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100 kilogs.

Fis kr. From Į millimetre up to iš millimetres...

5 00 Less than half millimetre...

5 00 Card-wire less than i) millimetres in thickness, for the manufacture of cards, with certificate of permission.

I 50 Varnished, or coated with copper, zinc, tin, lead, or nickel : Having a thickness of 14 millimetres, and above..

6 00 Less than 1 millimetres in thickness...

7. 00 Common cast iron wares : (a) Rough unfinished goods. (6) Scoured or coarsely painted; perforated or polished, turned, or planed in certain places; also coarse ornamental wares of cast iron.

4 (c) Tubes of common cast iron, unworked, coated with asphalt.. (d) Polished, turned, planed, coated with copper, tin, zinc, or lead, or enamelled or finely painted...,

8 (e) Enamelled cooking utensils of cast iron..

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50 The paragraphs marked (b), (c), (d), and (c), above, include similar goods

combined with necessary parts of wrought iron or wood. Wares of malleable cast iron, cast steel, wrought iron or steel : Rough or scoured; or coarsely painted...

4 Perforated, or polished, turned, or planed in certain places, or with incised

screw holes, or with screw bolts, or screw nuts, all these roughly painted or not 5 Polished, turned, planed, coated with copper, tin, zinc, or lead, or finely painted..

8 00 The above wares in combination with wood or cast iron pay the same duties. Wrought iron tubes and tube joints..

6 Scythes and sickles, in combination with wood or not.

5 Nails, except hoise-shoe nails and shoemakers' nails ; also wire nails.

6 50 Horse-shoe nails, shoemakers' nails...... Perforated or hollowed black plate or sheet iron..

5 50 Wares of black sheet iron not separately mentioned :

Of a thickness of 0.4 millimetre or more....
Of a thickness of less than 0.4 millimetre..

6 Wrought iron boilers ; also steam boilers.

7 50 Articles of sheet iron, not specially mentioned, coated with copper, tin, zinc, or lead,

or finely painted... Railway wheels, finished on axles or not.

5 50 Fastenings for doors and windows, such as hinges, bolts, &c. ; springs for vehicles ;

pitchforks weighing at least 2 kilogrammes each ; hoes and shovels; all these in the rough, scoured, or polished in certain places, or combined or not with

6 50 Wire rope, wire brushes, sieve-bottoms, and other coarse wares of iron wire; all these made of wire of a thickness of 1 millimetres and above.

8 Unpolished saws, files, and rasps having a length of 25 centimetres or more, gimlets,

hammers, axes, pincers, pliers, cutting pliers, pitchforks other than those mentioned above, scales and parts thereof, keys, locks, and parts thereof; all the foregoing, not otherwise mentioned, whether in combination with wood or not ;

or screws having a thickness of at least 5 millimetres.. Ditto, of a thickness of less than 5 millimetres..

15 00 Polished saws, files and rasps of a length of less than 25 centimetres, planes, chisels,

awls, common knives and shears for use in agriculture and industry (including common machine knives and shears), finished tools of all kinds weighing less than 500 grammes each ; all the foregoing, not otherwise mentioned, whether in combination with other materials or not...

15 Fine iron and steel wares : Art castings and light ornaments of cast iron, parts of

cutlery in the rough, articles of wire not specially mentioned, and articles of iron or steel in combination with other materials so far as not mentioned below,

and provided that they cannot be classed as small fancy wares..... Articles polished, lacquered, nickeled, or enamelled (other than enamelled wires of

cast iron, common), wire of iron or steel covered with textile materials, weavers' reeds and dents, cards for carding machines, children's toys, skates, and furniture

of iron or steel upholstered and covered or finely ornamented. Steel pens, springs (with the exception of watch springs, and springs for carriages or

for furniture), pins, crochet hooks, knitting needles, lace tags, hooks and eyes, buckles, buttons, fish-hooks, thimbles, and other similar small articles....

30 Sewing needles : Having a length of less than 5 centimetres.

50 Ditto, ditto, of 5 centimetres and above... Instruments, optical, mathematical, surgical, &c..

free Arms and ammunition. See page 864. Cutlery. See page 896. Machinery. See page 396.

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100 kilogs.

Fls, kr. Saws, unpolished; files and rasps of a length of 25 centimetres or more,

10 00 Polished saws, files and rasps of a length of less than 25 centimetres, planes, chisels,

common knives and shears for use in agriculture and industry (including com-
mon machine knives), and finished tools of all kinds weighing less than 500

grammes each; all the foregoing in combination with other materials or not.... 15
Cutlery, with handles of fine material..
Parts of cutlery, in the rough,

12 All other cutlery...

45 Side arms and parts thereof.

25 Surgical instruments

free Machinery. Locomotives and tenders.

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50 Locomobiles

8 Sewing and knitting machines : Stands and parts thereof.

6 Machines without stands, and finished parts thereof (except needles).

25 Detached parts of machines, not finished ; rough iron castings for the same ; also complete sewing and knitting machines with stands..

15 *Machines for the preparation and manufacture of spinning materials ; spinning

machines ; twisting machines : *For spinning waste or carded yarns of cotton or wool...

4 25 Other kinds of spinning machines..

3 *Looms and auxiliary machines for weaving, lace-making machines, knitting looms. 4 25 *Machines with rollers for printing textile fabrics, embroidery machines, and card setting machines.

3 *Steam ploughs..

4 *All these in complete machines, even when imported in pieces. Distilling and cooling apparatus for distilleries, breweries, &c...

ΤΟ Threshing machines.

7 00 Machinery for paper-making, with drying apparatus; brick-making machines

(machines for the reduction, compression, and other treatment of clay) ; dough
or paste working machines ; apparatus for drying fruits and vegetables ;
calenders of all sorts weighing 6.000 kilogrammes or more ; rolling and milling
machines ; machine tools weighing 10,000 kilogrammes or more ; steam
engines for ships; all these in complete machines, even when in pieces; or
machinery and apparatus not otherwise mentioned, composed wholly of wood,
or of which wood constitutes 75 per cent. or more of the whole..

5 Ditto, ditto, composed wholly of common metal, or of which common metal con

stitutes 50 per cent. or more of the whole Other machinery and apparatus

7 50
Brass and Copper.
Copper, brass, nickel, and packfong : raw, in blocks; also old broken copper, &c ... free
Drawn or rolled, in bars and plates; sheets and wire above } millinetre in thick-

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Sheets and wire of } millimetre and less in thickness
Hollowed or perforated plates and sheets..
Coarse castings (such as bells and tubes, provided each article weighs more than

5 kilogs., and other castings, provided each piece weighs more than 10 kilogs.)..
Sheets, tablets, and plates of copper or brass, plated or silvered.
Plated (silvered) wire of copper or brass, imitation “ leonischer * (cemented) wire;
also flattened, but not further worked..

30 Common, as boilers, cylinders, kettles, &c., combined or not with wood or icon. Sheets and plates, polished, varnished, lacquered, nickeled, or engraved

12 Fine (not otherwise specified) combined or not with other materials,

18 Finest, i.e., articles de luxe and other finely-wrought, ornamented, and varnished or nickeled wares of packfong, bronze, brass, &c...

40 Children's toys, buckles, clasps, buttons, thimbles, and other similar small articles 30 Wire gauze, fine, i.l., having 20 warp threads and above per 2 centimetres, with the exception of the under-mentioned.

50 Ditto, having from 20 up to and including 40 plain warp threads per 2 centimetres; or wire covered with textile material..

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Copper and brass cylinders and plates, engraved or not, for Austrian cloth-
printing factories, may, by special authorisation, be admitted free.

Lead.
Lead, in blocks, pigs, &c.; also old broken and refuse lead.
Ditto, cast as vessels, pipes, plates, bullets, and shot; or rolled or drawn, &c...
Lead wares, combined or not with other materials.

18 Printing type, stereotype plates..

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Tin.

100 kilogs:

Fls. kr. Blocks, ingots, and old broken tin..

free Bars, plates, sheets, wire, or tubes ; also coarse castings, plain or combined with wood, or sheet or bar iron.

4 00 Tin wares : Common, as kettles, household articles, &c., combined or not with

wood or iron.. Fine, combined or not with other materials; or tin foil..

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Zinc. Raw, and old broken refuse

free Bars, plates and sheets..

50 Wire and pipes : coarse castings, plain, or in combination with wood, or sheet or

bar iron ; also hollowed or perforated sheets or plates... Zinc wares : Common, as kettles, household articles, &c., combined or not with wood or iron

IO Fine, combined or not with other materials..

18 Gold and Silver Wares. Gold and silver wares, jewellery, and all wares not separately mentioned, entirely

or partly composed of precious metal, including manufactures of gold or silver wire

300 Gold and silver filigree work. Plated wares; or gold and silver wire. Gold leaf. Silver leaf..

50 Imitation gold or silver leaf.

Earthenware and Porcelain. Common bricks (wall and roofing bricks and tiles), earthen pipes, unglazed, and glazed bricks.

free Grooved roofing tiles

O 50 Bricks of ordinary shape, weighing up to 5 kilogrammes each.

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O 75 Paving materials and pipes of cominon stoneware, also pipes of glazed earthenware. O 50 Retorts, crucibles, and vessels for manufacturing purposes (of graphite, common

stoneware, or fire-clay)...
Common pottery : common stoneware ; graphite wares..

Wares of common clay...
Common pottery as in the foregoing paragraph, combined with wood or iron, but

not polished nor varnished,
Architectural ornaments (including those of terra-cotta), glazed or not; common

stoves and parts of stoves ; and unglazed tiles for walls and flooring, with the exception of those mentioned below...

50 Unglazed wall and flooring tiles, with patterns of different colours produced by

pressing together various coloured clays.,
Earthenware, not otherwise specified : of one colour, or white.

Of two or more colours, bordered, painted, printed, gilt, or silvered..
Porcelain, white...
Porcelain of all other kinds.
Earthenware in combination with other materials, so far as not subject to a higher
duty under the heads of india-rubber, leather, metal, or small wares.

Glass and Wares of Glass.
Hollow wares: not pressed, ground, polished, nor figured : wares of natural coloured
glass, but not white.

1 White (transparent) wares...

3 Wares of natural coloured or white (transparent) glass, with polished or ground stoppers, bottoms, or rims.

..gross weight

4 White (transparent) wares, polished, figured, pressed, ground, engraved, or cut; massive white glass not specially mentioned.

6 Sheet and plate glass : mirror glass, rough, unpolished; or cast sheets, rough and ribbed, and roofing glass..

50 Window glass, in natural tints (green, half-white, or wholly white), not polished nor figured

gross weight Sheet or plate glass of all kinds, polished figured, or silvered ; or framed mirrors.. Optical glass (fiint, crown, zinc, and borax glass), rough, not polished into lenses, in pieces, in tablets, or pressed in the form of lenses, ground or not...

1 Watch glasses, spectacle glasses, and other optical glasses, prepared or polished.. 50 *Small glass rods, plates, and tubes, without distinction of colour (such as are used in manufacturing beads, blown art wares, and buttons).

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Fls, ks. * Pendants (massive), for lustres, glass buttons, glass coral, glass pearls, enamel,

glass drops, and spun glass, coloured or not.. Glass tablets, glass buttons (with or without eyes), glass beads, enamel, or drops, painted, gilt, or silvered...

7 50 Coloured glass, with the exception of coloured window and sheet glass, and of the articles mentioned in the paragraphs marked * above

7 go Bull's eye glass .

..gross weight Painted, gilt, or silvered glass, not otherwise mentioned ; also imitation gems, Glass and enamel wares, not otherwise specified, combined or not with other

materials, so far as 'not subject to higher duties under the heads of india

rubber, metal, leather, or small ornamented wares Glass in rough masses; enamel and glazing in the lump.

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Hides, Skins and Leather.
Hides and skins: Raw (green or dried, also salted or limed, but not otherwise

worked)
Sheep or goat skins, tanned (not tawed nor chamois dressed), split or not, but

not dyed. Leather : common, not otherwise specified; cow and horseh ide, merely blacked,

stretched, or grained, in whole or half skins; or varnished leather ; Russia leather, crocodile, seal, and pig leather, real or imitation, dyed ; black dyed

glove leather Other fine leather, i.e., blackened leather, except that named above, glove leather, cordovan, morocco, saffian, and all dyed, lacquered, and bronzed

leather ; leather with impressed designs; also parchment. Sole leather and waste of sole leather. Leather wares : common, i.e., wares of common leather, not tawed nor chamois

dressed ; also wares of coarse oilcloth ; saddlers', strapmakers', and trunkmakers' wares of hairy skins, of unbleached jute tissues, sailcloths, twills, drills, grey packing cloth, or other coarse linen tissues; all these wares combined or not with other materials so far as not chargeable with higher duties under the heads

of india-rubber, metal, or small wares. Leather belting, for machinery. Weavers' picker bends and travelling cups (* transportbecher") of raw un

tanned hide (natural leather). Fine, ie., wares of tawed or chamois leather, rarchment, or the fine leathers

enumerated above, and wares of oil or waxed cloth and wared muslin not specially mentioned ; also saddlers', strapınakers', and trunkmakers' wares of con

non tissues, bleached or dved, or of carpet tissues; all these wares combined or not with other materials so far as not chargeable with higher duties under the heads of india-rubber, metal, or small wares; or shoemakers'

wares of all kinds, of leather or in combination with leather.. Gloves, made up or merely cut out, combined or not with woven or knitted wares.

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India-rubber and Gutta-percha,
India-rubber and gutta-percha, raw, or refined..
India-rubber, dissolved ; threads of india-rubber not covered with other materials..
Hardened india-rubber in sheets, bars, or tubes, polished or not, but not further

worked
Hose and machine bands of all kinds, combined or not with woven materials or

wire Shoemakers' wares, combined or not with

or knitted goods or other materials, so far as not subject to higher duty under the heads of leather or

small wares; or india-rubber toys.
Wares of soft india-rubber, not otherwise specified,
Sheets and bands of soft india-rubber, not vulcanised.
Artificial card leather, by special permission and under contro,
Tissues coated, impregnated or incorporated with india-rubber, or cemented

with layers of india-rubber..
Ready-made clothing, and other wares of tissues enumerated in the preceding

class
Hardened india-rubber wares,
Shoe fittings or insertions with elastic threads.,
Other elastic tissues; also hosiery ; trimmings and articles made therefrom; all

wares combined or not with other materials, so far as not chargeable with higher
duties under the heads of leather, metal, or small wares

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Paper, Stationery, and Books.

100 kilogs.

Fls. kr. Paper : Grey blotting and rough packing paper, undyed..

50 Straw pasteboard, carton pierre, and tarred pasteboard,

00 Common pasteboard, other kinds.

50 Pressboard, glazed cardboard, and leatherboard.

3 Packing paper, glazed or dyed, varnished, tarred.

I 50 Common unsized paper (coarse, grey, half-white, or dyed), and all unsized print

ing paper; or paper not otherwise specified, including glass, sand, and emery paper

3 Paper lithographed, printed, or lined, for labels, invoices, &c.; drawing paper,

albumenised paper, gelatine paper, parchment paper, paper for engravings, artists' cardboard

5 Gilt and silvered paper, and paper with gilt or silvered patterns (real or imitation,

also bronzed); embossed or perforated paper ; strips of these kinds of paper ;

paper and pasteboard with application of linen or cotton tissue.. Paper hangings.

18 Paper wares : Mouldings of carton pierre or of similar materials :

Not painted nor varnished, and combined or not with wood or iron.
Other kinds (combined or not with other materials), so far as they cannot be classed

as fine paper wares, or charged with higher duties under the heads of india-rubber,
leather, metal, or small wares..

15 Wares of paper, cardboard, papier maché, or wood pulp, combined or not with

other materials, so far as they cannot be classed as fine paper wares, or charged with higher duties under the heads of india-rubber, leather, metal, or small wares ; also hat linings of paper, whether covered or not with woven tissues.... Fine paper wares; fine cardboard and cardwares ; toys; paper linen ; book

binders' cardboard, combined wth linen or cotton tissues; all these wares combined or not with other materials so far as not chargeable with higher duties under the heads of leather or small wares..

18 Playing cards (and stamp duty).

60 Prints, engravings, photographs, lithographs, &c...

free Books (printed), newspapers, manuscripts, maps, music, &c..

free

30 Black or coloured pencils..

18 Ink and ink powder ; or sealing wax.. Rags for paper making; or paper pulp, bleached or unbleached ; of rags (half stuff) free Of wood, straw, esparto, and similar fibres...

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Painters' Colours and Materials.
Lamp black and charcoal black..
Prepared black...
Zinc white.....
White lead and red lead.
Litharge ; or white of baryta.
Indian ink
Colours of every kind, in bladders, capsules, shells, pastes, and sınall boxes..
Varnishes :
Oil varnish (including siccative boiled oils) without admixture of resin, turpentine

or mineral oils-in barrels,
In tin recipients. bottles, &c.
Lac varnish (with admixture of resin, turpentine, mineral oils, or alcohol)..

See also Arsenic, seed oils, tu. pentinc.

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Chemicals, &c.
Carbonate of soda, unrefined or crystallised.
Bicarbonate or caustic.
Soda ash
Alum, calcined, or in powder
Arsenic, white.
Chloride of lime.
Chromate of potash..
Sulphite and hyposulphite of soda.
Bleaching liquid.
Borax, refined.
Brimstone
Capperas (green).

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