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Fish hooks, not including hooks or fly hooks for anglers
Forgings of iron or steel, of whatever shape, size, or stage of manufacture, weighing under 5 cwt. .......
When weighing over 5 cwt.
Freestone, flagstone, sandstone, and all building stone, not hammered or dressed, and marble and granite rough, not hammered or dressed Galvanised iron, in bolts, bars, strips, or sheets, n.e.s.
Hair, curled or dyed..
Heading, for coopers' use, dressed or partly dressed
Hoop iron and steel strips, for making hoops, n.e.s.
Iron of all kinds, in bolts, bars, sheets, plates and pieces, n.e.s..
and steel railway bars, or rails of any form, punched or not
or steel bridges, or parts thereof; iron or steel structural work, columns,
pipe or tubing, plain or galvanised, riveted, corrugated, or
fittings, for iron or steel pipe, of every description
Lamp black and ivory black
Leather, known as "sole leather
Glove, grain, boot grain, oil grain, buff, split, imitation goat, polished pebble, and waxed calf, when bark tanned
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Leather, rough, undressed, when imported by tanners for further dressing.. 10
Marble, granite and freestone, sawn only, n.e.s..
freestone and granite, n.es., and all manufactures of marble, free-
Marline for making lobster pots
Mast pieces and spars dressed, or partly dressed, 60 ft. or over in length,
undressed, including wharf shores, 60 ft. or over in length,
Nets. netting, traps and seines, for use in sea and salmon fisheries
Paints and colours dry and whiting and chalk.
under 60 ft. in length, n.e.s. 30
40 p.c., a.v
Plaster of Paris or gypsum, ground, manufactured or calcined
Saws, when used as a part of the original construction of mill and factories,
Scythe and other sharpening stones
Shoemakers' ink, harness and leather dressing, harness soap
Slate mntels and other manufactures of slate, n.e.s.
pencils and school writing slates
Staves of oak, undressed
of other woods, undressed.
manufactured and dressed or partly manufactured and dressed, per 1000
Steel, mild, in bolts, bars, sheets, plates and pieces, n.e.s...
"shafting, turned, compressed or polished, when measuring under 5 in. diameter, n.e.s
known as "blister steel," chrome steel, and hard or cast
when measuring over 5 in. diameter, n.e s.
Stoppers for bottles, when imported by brewers, distillers and manufacturers of ærated waters..
Tar, Stockholm, American and coal tar in barrels
15 pc., a.v..
and tar mixtures, in cans, for 1oofing, aspha't and asphaltum and like preparations
Tin, in sheets and blocks and solder, n.e.s.
Stamped tin, paper, locks, hinges and clamps, when imported by manufacturers of trunks
Turpentine, spirits of
Tweeds, cloths, doe-skins, felt cloth and fabrics, composed wholly or in part of wool, worsted, the hair of the Alpaca goat or other like animal,
Twines, hemp or cotton, for fishery purposes, and known as genging, herring, caplin, mackerel, salmon twine, salmon trawl, seal twine and seal trawl..
for sail making, viz., hemp roping and seaming, and cotton sail
Varnishes, lacquers, Japans, Japan driers, liquid driers, oil finish, British
Wrought iron or steel boiler tubes, including flues, and corrugated tubes for
Wrought iron or steel tubing, plain or galvernised, threaded and coupled or
Yarns, woollen and worsted
Boilers for locomotives..
Dating, ruling, cutting, paging or perforating machines
Electric light material of every description, n.e.s., and electric metres...... 30
Machines and machinery, viz.: Steam boilers, when to be used for
Ruling machines, bookbinders' tools and implements, leather, bookbinders
10 pc., a.v.
Railway cars of all descriptions..
30 p.c., a.v.
fish plates, switches, frogs, crossings and intersections for railways 30 Sewing and knitting machines
Steam boilers and engines, propellers and parts of machinery for use in ships, n.e.s.
when used for heating purposes, radiators and fan lowers.... 30 engines to be used in local industries, and steam boilers not to be used for heating purposes, n.e.s.
Steel propellers, p.e.s.
Turning lathes, fret saw machines, scroll saw machines, n.e.s., costing at place of shipment over $6, and to be driven by steam, water or electric power
When costing less than $6, and to be driven by hand or foot power, n.e.s. 30 Water wheels
Coal oil, naphtha, n.e. s., gasoline, benzine, and all illuminating oils, n.e.s.
Linseed or flaxseed oil, raw or boiled, n.e.s.
Neats foot oil, lard oil, sesame oil, n.e.s..
Olien beef oil, neutral lard stock, cotton seed o 1, sesame and other oils to be used in manufacturing, n.e.s., and butter colouring
Olive oil, n.e.s.
or salad oil in bottles..
Vaseline and all similar preparations of petroleum for toilet, medicinal or other purpos.S
Chemicals and Drugs.
Acid, muriatic and nitric, and all mixed or other acids, n.e.s...
All medicinal, chemical and pharmaceutical preparations, when composed of one or more than one substance, n.e.s.
Patent and proprietary preparations, tinctures, pills, powders, troches,
All medicinal preparations containing over 30% alcohol
Ceresene, chloro di nitro, bensole and nitro of ammonia
Cod liver oil and compounds of which cod liver cil forms a prominent part.. 30
Medicated beef fluids, such as beef, iron and wine..
Paraffine wax, bees' wax and Burgandy pitch.
Sulphuric ether, chloroform and solutions of peroxides of hydrogen
Coals (anthracite), when imported or brought into the port of St. John's per ton
Asbestos and all manufactures thereof
Coal, all other sorts, n.e.s., when brought into or imported into the port of
Salt in bulk, when imported for the use of the sea fisheries
Oils, spermaceti, whale and other fish oils, and all other articles, the produce of the fisheries, not specially provided for...
Salmon, and all other fish prepared or preserved, including oysters and clams, n.es...
All goods not enumerated in this act as subject to any other rate of duty, nor declared free of duty by this Act and not being goods, the impor tation whereof is by this Act or any other Act prohibited shall be subject to a duty of
Admiralty charts. Agricultural implements and machinery, imported by agricultural societies for the promotion of agriculture, under approval of Governor in Council. Animals, imported by agricultural societies, under approval of Governor in Council, for improvement in stock and Sable Island ponies. Apparel, wearing and other personal and household effects not merchandise, of British subjects dying abroad, but domiciled in Newfoundland; books, pictures, family plate or furniture, personal effects and heirlooms left by bequest. Articles for use of Governor. Articles when imported by and for the use of the Army and Navy; also articles consigned direct to officers and men on board vessels of His Majesty's Navy, for own personal use. Articles imported by or for the use of Government or any Department thereof. Articles imported for use of Mucicipal Council (excepting cast iron pipes). Articles for official use of Consuls. Articles imported for religious purposes, and used in worship of denomination requiring same, and schools. Artificial limbs.
Bait. Bags, barrels, boxes, casks and other vessels exported filled with Newfoundland products, or exported empty and returned filled with foreign products; and articles the growth, produce and manufacture of Newfoundland, when returned after having been exported; provided proof of identity of articles and goods be made, under regulations prescribed by Governor in Council, and that such articles and goods are returned within one year from time of exportation, without having been advanced in value or improved in condition by any process of manufacture or other means; provided further that this item shall not apply to any article or goods upon which an allowance or drawback has been made, the re-importation of which is hereby prohibited except upon payment of duties equal to the drawback allowed; nor shall this item apply to any article of goods which has paid an excise duty. Bark, extract of bark, cutch and logwood. Boiler and ships' plates. Books and supplements for periodicals, specially imported for the bona fide use of incorporated institutes, public libraries, libraries of colleges or schools, school books of all description, theological works, law books, medical works, books on the application of science to industries of all kinds, including books on agriculture, ho ticulture, forestry, fish and fishing, mining, metallurgy, architecture, electric and other engineering, carpentry, shipbuilding, mechanism, dyeing, bleaching, tanning, weaving and other mechanic arts; Bibles, prayer-books, psalm and hymn-books, religious tracts, supplements and Sunday-school library books and lesson pictures; also specimens, models, and wall diagrams, illustrative of natural history and the sciences, imported for colleges, schools and public libraries. Books printed by any Government, being official reports or printed by any Government or any association for the promotion of science or letters; official annual reports issued by religious, benevolent or other societies, and not for the purpose of sale or trade; newspapers, and quarterly, monthly, and semimonthly magazines, and weekly library papers, unbound; Christmas annuals, or publications commonly known as juvenile and toy books, tailors', milliners', and mantle makers' fashion plates. Books written by authors resident in Newfoundland and printed and bound outside the Colony.
Chair cane, or reeds of withrod, when imported in an unmanufactured state. Clothing and books, donations of, for charitable purposes, and photographs sent by friends and not intended for sale. Coals, when not imported or brought into the ports of St. John's, Harbor Grace, Carbonear or Placentia. Coin and bullion. Copper, bitumen, naphtha and iron oxide to be used by manufacturers in the manufacture of copper paint. Corn for the manufacture of brooms and whisks Cotton yarn, raw cotton and coke. Cotton seed oil, olive oil, boracic acid, acetic acid, preservaline when imported by manufacturers to be used in the preserving of fish or fish glue. Cranes, derricks, fire clay, fire brick, rock drills, rolling mills, crushing mills, separators, drill-steel, machinery of every description for mining and smelting purposes, fuse and dynamite when imported directly by persons engaged in mining, to be used in their mining operations and not for sale.
Dynamite, detonators, blasting powder and fuse.
Fish of British catch and cure, and oil the produce of such fish (not to include preparations of cod liver oil). Flour.
Globes, geographical, topographical and astronomical maps and charts, for the use of schools; pictorial illustrations of insects or similar studies, when imported for the use of colleges, schools and library associations; manuscripts and insurance naps.
Hemp, hemp yarn, coir yarn, sisal, manilla, flax and tow. Hides, or pieces of hides, not tanned, curried or dressed. Hoop iron or hoop steel, splayed, punched or nosed and cut in lengths not to exceed sixty-eight inches, to be used in making herring barrels.
Lignum vita. Lines and twines for fisheries (not sports).
Machinery, &c, for mining, free of duty, (a) to be itemised as follows:-Machinery of all kinds to be used in the actual breaking of coal or ore bodies underground, or in an open pit, viz:-Rock drills and coal cutters; pumping engines of all kinds, to be used in transferring water from the underground, or open workings, to the surface; hoisting engines or other machinery to be used as a motive power to lift ores or coal from underground, or from an open pit to the surface; crushers or other machinery to be used in the actual breaking of ores, so as to facilitate refining or transportation; special machinery of all kinds to be used for the washing, separation, concentration reduction, or the refining of any ore or coal, or for the manufacture of brick; prospecting drills of all kinds to be used for proving the extent or existence underground of coal oil, or ore bodies; cranes and derricks when used for the actual handling of coal or ore from the workings to the surface; compressors to be used for the operations of any of the above machines; fire-clay and fire-brick to be used in the construction of any ore production or smelting plant; dynamite, detonators, blasting powder, fuses of all kinds, blasting batteries, battery wire, and drill steel; wrought iron or other pipes to be used in transmitting steam, compressed air or water through the underground or open workings, and from the point of accumulation to the point of exit; hoisting and hauling cables to be used in the lifting and transportation of coal or ore from the workng face to the point of shipment.
Manures and fertilisers of all kinds. Material for sheathing the bottoms of vessels, such as zinc, copper and composition metal, together with nails and paper or felt, which may be used for or under such sheathing when used for sheathing vessels, under regulations to be made by the Governor in Council. Mol'sses. Music, written.
Oil cake, oil cake meal, cotton seed cake, cotton seed meal, pease meal, bran, unbolted Indian meal and other preparations for cattle feed. Ores to be used as flux.
Parchment or wax paper, when imported direct for wrapping boneless fish, or for lining tins used in the lobster packing industry in this Colony. Pig iron, nail strips of iron, steel, zinc or brass, to be used in the manufacture of cut nails in this Colony. Plants, trees and shrubs. Plates, engraved on wood, steel or other metal, and transfers taken from the same, including engravers' plates of steel polished, engraved or for engraving thereupon. Printing paper, printing presses, printing types and printing office furniture, when imported by printers for use in their business Photo-engraving machinery.
Rice, uncleaned or refuse rice.
Sand. Sausage skins or casings. Scrap iron and scrap steel, old, and fit only to be re-manufactured, being part of or recovered from any vessel wrecked in waters subject to the jurisdiction of Newfoundland. Steel shafting when imported for use in steam vessels not owned, in whole or in part by persons of this Colony, and here for repairs solely. Sulphuric acid when imported to be used in the manufacture of manures. Seed for agricultural purposes including florists' seeds. Settlers' effects, viz. :-Wearing apparel, household furniture, books, implements and tools of trade, occupation or employment, guns, musical instruments, domestic sewing machines, typewriters, live stock, bicycles, carts and other vehicles and agricultural implements in use by the settler for at least six months before his removal to this colony, not to include machinery, or articles imported for use in any manufacturing establishment, or for sale: Provided that any dutiab'e articles entered as settlers' effects may not be so entered unless brought with the settler on his first arrival, and shall not be sold or otherwise disposed of without payment of duty, until after twelve months' actual use in this Colony. Scientific instruments and apparatus, when imported for use in colleges, schools, and scientific or library societies. Stereotypes, electrotypes and celluloids for almanacs, calendars, illustrated pamphlets, newspaper advertisements or engravings, and all other like work for commercial trade or other purposes, and matrices or copper shells for the same. Surgical and dental instruments (not being furniture) and surgical needles. Specimens, illustrative of natural history.
Travellers' baggage, under regulations prescribed by the Governor in Council.
Wire, of brass, zinc, iron or steel, screwed or twisted or flattened or corrugated, when imported by manufacturers of boots and shoes, for use in connection with nailing machines for the manufacture of boots and shoes, to be used for such purposes only in their own factories. Wheat. Works of art, viz. :-Paintings in oil or water colours, by artists of well known merit, or copies of the old masters by such artists; and paintings in oil and water colours, the production of Newfoundland artists, under regulations prescribed by the Governor in Council.