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1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33

1933-34

1934-35

£ £ £ £ £ 143,281,449 366,432 143,647,881 3,091,728 140,556,153 130,758,534 322,786 131,081,320 2,510,264 128,571,056 60,560,787 398,846 60,959,633 1,916,000 59,043,633 44,042,662 670,206 44,712,868 1,677,814 43,035,054 56,842,701 1,171,159 58,013,860 2,024,839 55,989,021 59,434,809 1,278,117 60,712,926 2,229,339 72,421,007 1,698,489 74,119,496 2,456,219 71,663,277 1935-36 83,521,331 1,731,127 85,252,458 2,750,029 82,502,429 1936-37 90,591,580 2,048,882 92,640,462 3,162,784 89,477,678 1937-38 111,733,254 2,241,806 113,975,060 3,161,934 110,813,126

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(b) Includes value of Outside Packages not distributed according to countries.

State or Territory.

New South Wales
Victoria
Queensland

South Australia

Western Australia

Tasmania

Northern Territory

Total

Class.

OVERSEA TRADE-1937-38.

Imports.

(British Currency Values.)

Total.

£stg. 51,062,364

39,222,998

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From United
Kingdom.

£t.
20,068,213
16,281,394

3,540,582

2,653,398

2,765,172
912,087

7,828

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machinery XIII. Rubber and leather and manufactures thereof, and substitutes therefor XIV. Wood and wicker, raw and manufactured

XV. Earthenware, cements, china, glass and stoneware XVI. Paper and stationery

XVII. Jewellery, timepieces, and fancy goods XVIII. Optical, surgical, and scientific

instruments

XIX. Drugs, chemicals, and fertilisers
XX. Miscellaneous

XXI. Gold and silver; and bronze specie

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IMPORTS AND EXPORTS DURING THE YEAR 1937-38, ARRANGED IN CATEGORIES ACCORDING TO THE NATURE OF THE GOODS.

8,237,506

7,473,802

6,394,342

1,539 345
44,703

113,975,060

Imports
(British
Currency
Values).

£atg. 1,565,765

3,768,619

727,220 2,011,004 193,500

2,260,898
3,194,512

21,016,945

9,429,257

590,454

806,815

37,280,008

1,915,442

2,759,081

2,047,362

6,609,609

1,581,455

1,558,483

5,304,092

7,112,733

2,241,806

113,975,060

£ A 25,575,979

39,098,847
1,152,619

206,528

217,373

53,741,716

328,675

Exports (Australian Currency Values).

Domestic
Produce.

582,009

784,601

187,043

Exports. (Australian Currency Values.)

3,305,551

8,974,585

834,847

1,363,766

191,816

300,098

133,625

To United
Kingdom.

151,834

760,777

800,749 14,930,762

£ A 17,454,171 21,346, 155 18,446,665

13,600,260

13,815,301
1,629,424

3,498

86,295,474

Re-exports.

£ A

20,813

75,378

31,927

74,399

31,040

32,458

11,292

203, 104
164,253

4,844

3,938

547,326

7,695

47,543

9,502

75,548

81,360

153,623,800

(a) The estimated value in British Currency is £stg. 125,897,879.

Total.

231,123

47,397

238,822 2,016,558

£ A 48,411,644 41,243,667

26,558,516

19,057,243

19,471,792 2,831,205 6,053

157,580,120

Total.

£ A 25,596,792

39,174,225

1,184,546

280,927

248,413

53,774,174

339,967

785,113

948,854

191,887

3,309,489

9,521,911

842,542

1,411,309

201,318

375,646

214,985

382,957

808,174 1,039,571 16,947,320

3,956,320 157,580,120(a)

EXPENDITURE.

Departments and Services :-
War and Repatriation Services
Defence Department
Special Defence Provisions

THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA.

1936-37

£

18,723,953
5,851,408
2,000,000

26,575,361

Total War, Repatriation and Defence

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Special Post Office Works Provision Reduction of accumulated deficit Excess receipts of previous years Balance (c)

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1935-36
£
18,241,399
4,525,519

22,766,918

12,797,726

335,552

249,722
3,505,281

16,888,281

17,905,973

2,932,089 3,129,443

1,167,866
1,302,640

1,051,194
1,641,610

5,402,595 5,822,247 45,057,794

50,303,581

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13,998,793 370,150

278,444 3.258,586

2,750,000 500,000

262,113 585,869 55,821

213,474

3,567,720 107,703,461

4,409

13,431

367,066

1,288,709

2,430,000 500,000

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1937-38

£
18,948,300
6,069,089

25,017,389

15,798,687

400,004

276,385
3,802,588

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1,000,000

276,558

REVENUE.

Excess Receipts brought forward from previous years

3,494,733 116,315,086

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TOTAL

1,276,558
111,457,302

107,703,461 111,457,302

(a) Recoverable from States. (b) Payable by States. (c) Balance of Receipts over ordinary expenditure appropriated for the payment of Invalid and Old Age Pensions.

16,753,139 435,742 17,188,881

60,023 270,952

330,975

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Postal and Telegraph Rates. Principal Postage and Telegraph Rates. Within the Commonwealth and to Lord Howe Island, Norfolk Island, Papua, the Territory of New Guinea [including Bismarck Archipelago (New Britain, New Ireland, New Hanover, Admiralty Island, &c.), Bougainville and Buka (Solomon Islands)] and Nauru. Letters and Lettercards.-2d. per oz. 1d. each. Second Class Mail Matter (a) CommerPostcards. cial Papers, Patterns, Samples, and Merchandise -ld. per 2 oz. (b) Printed Matter (comprising Printed Papers, Circulars and Catalogues, and Books, Periodicals and Newspapers not registered at a General Post Office)-ld. per 4 oz. Class Mail Matter (comprising Books, Periodicals Third and Newspapers registered at a General Post Office for transmission as such).-1d. per 6 oz. Parcels (up to 11 lb.)-Within 30 miles of office of posting1 lb. 6d., 2lb. 9d., 3lb. 18., 5lb. 18. 3d., 8 lb. ls. 6d., 11 lb. 18. 9d., elsewhere within State of posting1 lb. 9d., 2 lb. 18., 3 lb. 18. 3d., 5 lb. ls. 6d., 8 lb. 28., 11 lb. 28. 9d.; for places in other States seo Post Office Guide. Telegrams (of 16 words) (within the Commonwealth only)-In the State within 15 miles of Sending Station-9d. ; other places within the State-1s.; Interstate18. 4d.; each additional word to all places-ld.

Beyond the Commonwealth.

Letters and Lettercards.-To places within the British Empire, and to New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands-2d. per oz.; to all other places3d. first oz., 2d. each additional oz. PostcardsTo places within the British Empire and to New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands-1d. each; to all other places-2d. each. Commercial Papers. -To New Zealand and the Islands annexed thereto, and Fiji-ld. per 2 oz. ; to all other places-Id. per 2 oz., with a minimum of 3d. Printed MatterTo places within the British Empire, and to New Hebrides, Banks and Torres Islands-ld. per 4 oz. ; to all other places-1d. per 2 oz. Newspapers.To New Zealand and the Islands annexed thereto, and Fiji-ld. per 6 oz. ; to the United Kingdom and Eire (Ireland) -via France or America-ld. per 4 oz.; via All Sea Route-ld. per 6 oz.; to all other places, Printed Matter Samples. To places within the British Empire, rate applies. and to New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands1d. per 2 oz. ; to all other places-1d. per 2 oz., with a minimum of 2d. Merchandise.-To New Zealand and the Islands annexed and Fiji-ld. per 2 oz.; to other places, Small thereto, Packet or Parcel rates apply. Small Packets (transmissible to certain countries only)-24d. per 2oz., with a minimum of 6d. Parcels (up to 11 lb.), see Post Office Guide.

The rate for telegrams to Great Britain by either cable or beam wireless is 18. 3d per word; Deferred 74d.; Daily Letter Telegrams (25 words minimum) 106. 5d., each additional word 5d.

AUSTRALIA.

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Watson Ministry, 27th April to 17th August, 1904.
July, 1905.
Reid-McLean Ministry, 17th Aug., 1904, to 5th

Deakin Ministry, 5th July, 1905, to 13th Nov., 1908. Fisher Ministry, 13th Nov. 1908, to 2nd June, 1909. Deakin Ministry, 2nd June, 1909, to 29th April, 1910. Fisher Ministry, 29th April, 1910, to 24th June, 1913.

Cook Ministry, 24th June, 1913, to 17th Sept., 1914. Fisher Ministry, 17th Sept., 1914, to 27th Oct., 1915.

Hughes Ministry, 27th Oct., 1915, to 14th Nov., 1916.

Hughes Ministry, 14th Nov., 1916, to 17th Feb., 1917.

Hughes Ministry, 17th Feb., 1917, to 10th Jan., 1918.

Hughes Ministry, 10th Jan., 1918, to 9th Feb., 1923.
Bruce-Page Ministry, 9th Feb., 1923, to 22nd Oct.,

1929.

Scullin Ministry, 22nd Oct., 1929, to 6th Jan., 1932.
Lyons Ministry, 6th Jan., 1932.

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Treasurer and Minister in charge of Development and Scientific and Industrial Research, The Hon. R. G. S. Casey, D.S.O., M.C.

Hon. H. V. C. Thorby.
Minister for Works and Minister for Civil Aviation,

Minister for Trade and Customs, Hon. J. A. Perkins.
Minister for Defence, Brigadier The Hon. G. A.
Street, M.C.

Minister for the Interior, Hon. J. McEwen.
Vice-President of the Executive Council, Senator The
Hon. G. McLeay.

Minister for Repatriation and Minister for Health,
Senator the Hon. H. S. Foll.

Postmaster-General, Hon. A. G. Cameron.

Senator the Hon. Allan N. MacDonald.
Minister without Portfolio assisting the Treasurer,

Minister without Portfolio assisting the Minister for
Commerce, Hon. V. C. Thompson.

Minister without Portfolio assisting the Prime-
E. J. Harrison.
Minister and administering External Territories, Hon.

distribution of this sum is a matter of Cabinet arrange18,600l. is provided for salaries of Ministers. The

ment.

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