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o'25 o'33 029
Dolls. Pistachio nuts
0'10 Beans (porotos)
o'ont Chesse of all kinds
020 Salt, coarse
o 20 Fine, in barrels or bags
o'Or In jars
o'02 English sauce
0915 Sardines in oil or sauce.
o'o2 Prepared soup
O'IO Tea in general..
...on nett weight,
o' 20 Bacon..
o'20 Compote of fruits
0 25 Refined and prepared “yerba'
o'04 In bags or in any casing whatever
o'03 Unrefined yerba ..
ooit Peas, in the bean
O 20 Truffles in natural state
0975 Liquids, &c. Note.-Alcoholic preparations will pay a surcharge on the duty, in proportion i alcoholic strength of 65 cents. per litre at 96 deg. Gay Lussic. But the following articles are exempt from the surcharge. Win s, vermouth, beers, &c., and other fermented beverages, druggists' specialities, perfumes and extracts of perfumery. Absinthe, not exceeding 68°, in asks or demijohns..
028 Aniseed, cognac, arrad, kirsch, rum, and other similar alcohols, if not exceeding 50°
0*28 Byrrh in casks or demljohns
0*30 In bottles Liqueurs, in bottles of 1 litre, not exceeding 50° In casks or demijohns...
. per litre Brandy, not exceeding 79', in casks or demijohns
o'06 In bottles, from 501 millilitres up to 1 litre...
0'25 Bottled absinthe, not exceeding 68°, ditto (from soi mm. to
In casks or demijohns not exceeding 68°
012 Bottled aromatic gin, * Old Tom or "Schnapps," not ceeding 50 per litre ..
0°33 In casks or demijohns of equal strength
0'23 Soda-water in bottles
040 Ginger ale in bottles.
0'50 Wines in general in bottles.
0'25 Fine, in casks or demijohns
025 Ordinary, in casks or demijohns containing not more than
15° of alcohol and 45 per cent, of dry extract, determined by the evaporation in a temperature of 100 centesimal degrees, including the sugar
o'o8 When the dry extract exceeds the above limit, the wine will sayı cent per 5 grms, or fraction of excess and per litre.
Note.--When the wines and other beverages arrive with a larger proportion of alcohol ihan that above established they will pay uno cent. per grade or fraction of excess and per litre. Ordinary sweet wines such as "garnacho" and other similar wines
0'12 Cider, in casks
o'10 In bottles
o'15 Vinegar in casks or demijohns
ooit In bottles..
o'02 Vermouth in casks or demijohns
015 In bottles ....
0'16 Concentrated must
1'00 Whisky in casks or demijohns, not exceeding 50 centesimal degrees...
0930 In bottle ..
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0 30 Cotton or linen, or mixed stuff shirt-collars for men and boys.. per dozen
1'25 Cuffs ditto
...per dozen pairs 2'00
... per bottle
o'34 9'54 027 027 029 o'09
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Dolls. Adherent waterproofs for hats
each 065 In pieces....
300 Woollen felt hats in general for men and boys....
each 0-40 Of otter, beaver, vicuna, or rabbit hair
1'00 Hats, varnished, for coachmen
.each 070 Ordinary tall silk...
2'00 Matches, wooden
1'60 In boxes, not exceeding 6 dozen
o'80 Stearine (for candies)
0'03 Playing cards in general
.. per gross 10'00 Coloured paper in general, sand paper, fine blotting paper, &c., and White paper for newspapers, writing, &c., of all sorts and quantities
o'03 Drawn-wire nails
020 Sperm candles, paraffine, and other mixtures
0.10 Jute and aloe fibre yarn...
.5 p.c. a.v.
Tobaccos. Havannah cigars in smail boxes
1'50 Loose or in packages
2'25 Cigars of ordinary tobacco (not Havannah), in small boxes..
o'60 Loose or in packets .
075 Cigarettes in general
175 Tobacco stems
0-40 Leaf tobacco or chopped up, excluding Paraguayan
012 Tobacco, in leaf or cut, Havuna
070 FREE LIST. [For 3 years, machinery for spinning cotton; combing wool, and spinning combed wool, etc., for those who have, or may establish, factories, free.]
Boilers imported by owners of river steamers ; cork in the bark or in strips ; animals in general, after examination by a veterinary surgeon ; sand and stone brought by vessels as necessary ballast and consigned to municipalities; ships, complete or not; sugar cane; coal or charcoal for use as fuel ; casks of wood or iron, put together or not; coke ; chairs, iron or steel rails, iron sleepers, and fish-plates, for use on railways, or steam, horse, or electric tramways, and plant for electric traction ; staves for casks; dynamite and special powder for mines; disinfecting ovens; special packages, cases. &c. (cases put together or not and tin-plate cut for receptacles), imporied directly by preserved meat establishments and for use in packing preserved meat ; specifics in general for curing sheep scab, &c.; vegetables and fruit, fresh, except grapes ; flour of wheat or maize ; old steel ; firewood of all kinds ; printed books in general, reviews, newspapers, and literary and scientific periodicals, whether illustrated or not, maps, geographical globes, and copy-books for schools ; locomotives and spare parts thereof; muze, in the husk or grain ; mowing, bin ting, and reaping machines, with or without motor, platform, covers, or tarpaulins, and spare parts thereof; steam thrashing machines, with or without motor, covers, or tarpaulins, and spare parts thereof; steam hulling or decorticating machines, with or without motor, covers, or tarpaulins, and spare parts thereof ; machinery for sugar refineries ; serum for the preventive or curative treatment of infectious diseases ; materials for the public health works and waterways of the provinces ; furniture and implements belonging to immigrants and forining their luggage ; munitions of war ; coins ; impure naphtha or petroleum and carburine ; articles destined exclusively for religious purposes, imported at the request of ecclesiastics ; iron (800 tons) for the Lasalle College, which is being built in the capital ; gold in nuggets, bullion or powder; water filters of the Pasteur and similar systems ; fresh fish; silver in bars or ingots ; living plants, in accordance with Law No. 2,384 ; seed for sowing in general, except such as is duiabie under the present law ; wheat; articles for use in schools, imported at the request of the provincial governments or the National Council of Education. Substances for denaturing alcohol.
Woollen yarn used as wicks in siphon-oiling apparatus for locomotives and machinery in railway workshops ; mining machinery and plant for lighting mines.
Note.--Sole leather, tanne 1 leather, and other native produce, which is not specially taxed in the present law, shall be exported duty free.
TARIFF OF AUSTRIA-HUNGARY.
£76,088,632 Population........ 48,141,961 | Exports......
80,304,2; 6 One florin (or gulden) = is. II d. Centimètre IMPORTANT NOTICE.-A new tariff has been formulated : it has not
(Jan. 1, 1905) receired legislative sanction, and it is known when it will become operative. When it does it will be published in the WEEKLY SHIPPING WORLD. Yarns and Threads-Cotton, Linen, Hemp, Jute, Woollen and Worsted.
Fls. ki. Single, unbleached : Up to No. 12, English.
From No. 12 to No. 29, English..
14 Above No. 60, English Double, unbleached : Up to No. 12, English.
From No. 12 to No. 29, English
14 From No. 29 to No. 50, English.
18 Above No. 50, English.. Twisted, of three or more threads, unbleached, bleached, or dyed.
24 Unbleached yarns of three or more threads, single twist, for embroidery (with certificate of permission, and under control)
18 Yarns prepared for retail...
35 Weavers' heald threads “ weberlitzen" of twisted yarn (yarns of cotton mixed with linen pay as cotton yarns).
35 Of linen or hemp, single : Unbleached.
Bleached, lye-washed, or dyed
35 Of jute : Single, unbleached.
50 Twisted, bleached, Iye-washed, or dyed.
5 Silk, reeled or spun, also twisted : Unbleached.
free Bleached or dyed, or combined with other textile materials.
35 Waste silk, twisted or not: Unbleached or bleached.
free Dyed, or combined with other textile matea ials.
35 Sewing silk, bleached or dyed; also silk thread of all kinds prepared for retail. 35 Yarns of coarse animal hair (horned cattle hair, &c.) up to No. 5, metrical, single or double, unbleached
8 Mohair, alpaca, and genappe yarns ; hard combed yarns (weft yarns) above No. 30,
metrical ; all these yarns single or double, unbleached, imported through specially authorised Custom Houses..
5C All other woollen, &c., yarns : Single, unbleached : Up to No. 45, metrical.
Above No. 45, metrical.
14 Twisted of two or more threads, bleached, dyed, or printed : Up to an above No.
45, metrical Single or double mixed yarns, dyed in the wool, or carpet warps, printed, with permits, under conditions and measures of control of the Government, pay
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Woven Manufactures --Cotton, Linen, Hemp, Jute, Silk, Woollen and Worsted. Tissues, &c., of cotton, pure or mixed with linen : (I) Common, i.e., tissues made
from yarns of and under No. 50: (a) Plain or simply twilled, containing 38 threads or less to the square of 5 millimetres : Unbleached.
40 Dyed Woven in colours or Printed.
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Fls. kr: (1) Common, i.e., tissues made from yarns of and under No. 50: (b) Figured, containing 38 threads or less to the square of 5 millimetres : Unbleached.
50 Dyed Woven in colours or Printed
70 (c) Close-woven, plain or figured, containing more than 38 threads to the square of 5 millimetres : Unbleached..
70 00 Woven in colours or Printed.
80 (2) Fine, i.e., tissues made from yarns over No. 50 and up to No. 100, inclusive, plain or figured : Unbleached..
70 Unbleached tissues of this class for embroidery, with certificate of permission and under control..
35 Bleached, dyed, woven in colours, or printed. (3) Extra fine, i.e., tissues made from yarns over No. 100, plain or figured ; tulle,
bobbinet, pettinet, curtain stuffs, and nets for furniture ; also tissues combined with metallic threads..
140 (a) Tulle, unbleached, not figured, for embroidery, with certificate of permission and under control..
35 (6) Tissues unbleached, and not figured, woven of yarns over No. 100, for embroidery, with certificate of permission and under control.
70 Stiff nets
50 Curtains, blinds, window hangings, or furniture covers, embroidered in chain-stitch, 150 Other embroidered tissues.. Lace
225 Velvets and velvety tissues, with or without cut pile.
85 00 Tapes and ribbons, or Haberdashery and buttons.
75 Woven wicks, girths, transmission belts, hose, coarse nets, &c.,
24 Ready-made clothing: as the material of which chiefly composed, plus 40 per cent. Coarse grey packing cloth of linen or hemp, plain or simply twilled, but not figured, containing not more than 5 warp threads per 5 millimetres; also sacks of such cloth 6 00
Used and marked sacks of grey packing-cloth, to be filled with cereals,
and exported within six months.. Linen tissues, unbleached and not figured, having up to 20 warp threads per 5
Having up to 10 warp threads her 5 millimetres..
40 Ditto, figured, having up to 20 warp threads per 5 millimetres : Unbleached
-40 Bleached, dyed, woven in colours, or printed; or Damask of all kinds, including
unbleached damasks; or fine, having more than 20 warp threads per 5 milli
metres ; unbleached, bleached, dved, woven in colours, printed, or figured 80 Batiste, gauze, lawn, and other open woven tissues.
20 Tissues, &c., mixed with metal threads.
60 Laces and edgings..
3100 Velvety tissues with cut or uncut pile.
180 Embroidered tissues Jute tissues : Sacking and packing cloth, raw, unbleached, not dyed nor figured,
plain or twilled, having not more than 5 warp threads per 5 millimetres; also sacks made of...
6 Used and marked sacks of jute, imported to be filled with cereals, and exported within six months..
free Tissues for furniture covers and wearing apparel ; hangings, and all tissues of jute in
combination with other vegetable textile materials (including cotton), provided that the jute predominates in the number of threads; plain, embroidered, or combined or not with metal threads...
40 Jute tissues not specially mentioned ; carpets and waggon covers of jute or other
vegetable textile materials, not otherwise specified, whether bleached, dyed,
printed, figured or not.... Hosiery, or haberdashery, trimmings, buttons, tapes, ribbons, &c...
80 Ready-made clothing and underlinen : as the material of which principally com
posed, plus 40 per cent. Oil or waxed cloth : Coarse unprinted packing cloth.
6 Tarpauline and floor-cloth.. Other kinds, including waxed muslin.
25 Silk manufactures, embroidered or intermingled with metallic threads ; or tulle,
gauze, lace, and blonde ; or trimmings made of silk or half-silk ribbons, chenille, &c.
Fls. kr. Silk bolting.cloth ; or manufactures of pure silk or floss silk : Plain tissues.
200 oo Tissues other than plain ; or hosiery.
400 00 Haberdashery and Button-makers' wares.
300 оо Other manufactures of pure silk or floss silk.
400 00 Half-silk manufactures (1.6., goods containing other textile materials in addition
to silk or floss silk), not above mentioned : Velvet and velvet ribbons..
00 Other manufactures of half.silk, including half silk hosiery
00 Very common tissues of coarse woven waste silk, having the appearance of grey
packing cloth, and serving for press-cloths, dusters, and the like ; also similar goods with a few dyed threads..
24 Stuffs woven of yarns of other textile materials but containing an admixture of silk not sufficient to cover the same, or stuffs containing an admixture of
silk not in continuous threads, are not considered as silk stuffs. Ready-made clothing and under-linen : As the material of which chiefly composed,
plus 40 per cent. Oiled silk
30 Woollen tissues, pure or mixed with other materials, except silk : Coarse coverlets
(kotzen); Halina cloth; press-cloths ; sieve bottoms; net-work and knotted nets, undved; cloth list'.
oo Carpets : Of animal hair (dogs, calves, oxen, &c.); also carpets of such materials
with a slight mixture of wool.. All others, including printed carpets.
50 Girths and bands.
40 Woollen tissues not otherwise mentioned, weighing to the square metre : more than 500 grammes (more than 0.93 lb. to the square yard).
50 500 grammes and less, bu not le than 200 grammes (from 0.93 lb. to 0.37 lb. to the square yard)
80 200 grammes and less (0.37 lb. and less to the square yard),printed or not.
The above tissues woven throughout with cotton warp, of one colour, not figured (dressed like cloth), weighing more than 300 grammes per square metre. 50 00 Tissues of wool, printed, other than those enumerated above.
80 Velvets and velvety tissues.
85 Haberdashery, tapes, ribbons, fringes, trimmings, &c.; or buttons ; or hosiery and knitted goods.
85 Lace and lace cloths ; or embroidered tissues ; or shawls and similar tissues; or
tissues combined with metallic threads.. Felt and felt wares, except carpets : Coarse felts of animal hair, also tarred or var
nished.... Other felts and felt wares, unprinted.
50 Printed felts and felt wares.
80 Ready-made clothing : Ladies' mantles and dresses of woollen tissues, with lining, ornaments, &c., of silk or half-silk, .
250 00 Other kinds : as the material of which chiefly composed, plus 40 per cent.
Metals, Unwrought and Wrought-Iron and Steel,
free I 50 2 50 200 3 00 2 50 4 00 4 75 5 25
Old, broken, and refuse iron and steel, or pig iron.
Iron filings and hammer slag
Bloom iron and ingots..
Billets of ingot iron, and billets of puddled iron.
From 0.4 millimetre up to 1 millimetre.
Less than 0.4 millimetre.
I millimetre and above...
Less than 0.4 millimetre ..
Having a thickness of 0.4 millimetre, and above.
Less than 0.4 millimetre in thickness.
Having a thickness of 0.4 millimetre. and above.
Rolled wire over 4 millimetres in thickness, for wire drawers' use, with certificate of permission...
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