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Carriages, &c.-Continued.

Tilburys, dog carts, gigs, Boston chaises, and other two-wheeled vehicles on springs or thorough braces.

Express wagons and wagons for carrying goods, and single or double seated wagons, and four-wheeled buggies without tops, mounted on springs or thorough braces.

Hansom safety cabs, single and donble seated wagons, wagonettes, and four-wheeled buggies, with tops.

Omnibuses and coaches for carrying mails or passengers..

Barouches, Broughams, mail phaetons, drags, and other carriages not otherwise enumerated.

NOTE. Any separate parts of carriages not specially enumerated as dutiable or free are chargeable with such duty as the commissioner may determine under section 7 of Duties of Customs, Act 1879. Chinaware and porcelain (except photographic and telegraphic materials) Cigars..

Coffee, chicory, chocolate, cocoa....
Cordage, viz:

Coir rope.

Hempen and other cordage (except of galvanized and other iron and steel cordage), including all housing and seizing lines and spunyarn.

White lines and other descriptions of cordage not otherwise speci. fied (except coir yarn).

Corks, cut.....

Doors, wooden

Drugs:

Acid, carbolic

Acid, carbolic, pure.

Acid, oxalic

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Earthenware (except photographic and telegraphic materials).

Felt hoods, pullover hoods, and any article of felt prepared for the manufacture of hats.

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Glass or stone bottles containing a reputed quart or any less quantity of spirits (not perfumed), wine, ale, porter, or other beer, and bottles containing aërated or mineral waters.

Bottles containing pickles..

Glassware, except locket, brooch, and watch-glasses, and optical, surgi cal, and scientific instruments, and photographic and telegraphic materials:

Glass bottles for aërated waters and medicines.

Chimneys, shades, and globes, and all other glassware not being cut, engraved, etched, or ground.

Glass shades and globes, and other glassware, cut, engraved, etched, or ground.

Grain and pulse of every kind not otherwise enumerated

Barley.

Maize

Grain and pulse of every kind not otherwise enumerated, when prepared, ground, or in any way manufactured.

Gun-cotton or other material used for exploding purposes not otherwise
specified.

Hais (except those warehoused without payment of duty on the first
entry thereof before 4th September, 1879, which hats shall be still
liable to the duties then chargeable), as under, that is to say:
Hats (except straw, chip, willow, tape, and braid, untrimmed), not
otherwise enumerated (on and after 4th September, 1879).

£10 each.

£15 each.

£20 each.

£40 each.
£50 each.

28. 6d. per cubic foot.
58. per pound.
3d. per pound.

58. per cwt.
118. 3d. per cwt.

288. per cwt.

2d. per pound.
58. each.

6d. per gallon.
6d. per pound.
2d. per pound.
3d. per pound.
128. per cwt.
2d. per pound.

Do.

1d. per pound.
18. 4d. per pound.
18. 6d. per cwt.
Do.

6d. per pound.

3d. per pound.

1d. per pound.

28. per cwt.

18. 6d. per ounce.
6d. per ounce.
18. 6d. per cwt.
10d. per pound.
3d. per pond.
408. per ton.
18. per ounce.

4d. per pound.

18. 4d. per cubic foot.

58. per dozen.

9d. per bushel.

1d. per coil of 24 feet or less, and in proportion for any greater quantity.

6d. per dozen.

3d. per dozen.

6d. per cubic foot.
18. per cubic foot.

28. 6d. per cubic foot.

18. per 100 pounds.
28. per 100 pounds.
6d. per 100 pounds.
28. per 100 pounds.

5d. per pound.

25 per cent. ad valorem.

Imported by land or sea-Continued.

Articles.

Rate of duty.

Hats, &c.-Continued.

Boys', youths', and men's hats, with a calico or other foundation or
frame, and covered with felt, plush, silk, merino, velvet, or other
material (unless otherwise specified, on and after 4th September,
1879.)

Hats known as dress hats (on and after 4th September, 1879)
Boys' and youths' felt hats in sizes up to and including 67 (on and
after 4th September, 1879).

Men's felt hats and women's untrimmed felt hats of any size, and
pith hats (on and after 4th September, 1879).

Hops

Ink, printing, colored

Jewelry (except cameos and precious stones unset), viz:

Rings of gold, finished or unfinished, but without cameos or precious stones set therein.

All other jewelry of gold, unfinished, mounted, or in parts, but without cameos or precious stones set therein, not otherwise specified. Chains of gold, unfinished (except machine-made chains for fringes).. All other jewelry, whether manufactured wholly or in part, not otherwise enumerated.

Jute piece goods:

Not exceeding 3 feet in width

Exceeding 3 feet in width

Lead:

Sheet and piping.

Lithofracteur..

Live stock:

Cows, oxen, heifers, bulls, steers, calves over six months old (ex-
cept working bullocks in teams.)

Horses, mares, geldings, colts, and fillies not in saddle or harness...
Sheep, whether rams, ewes, wethers, or lambs...

Pigs

Malt..

Matches and vestas:

Wooden matches

For every gross of boxes containing in each box 100 matches or

30s. per dozen.

488. per dozen.

88. per dozen.
158. per dozen.

6d. per pound.
Do.

4s. per dwt. troy.

38. per dwt. troy.

18. per dwt. troy.
20 per cent. ad valorem.

id. per yard.
d. per yard.

28. 6d. per cwt.
4d. per pound.

58. each.

Do. 6d. each.

28. each.

38. per bushel.

6d.

under.

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And so on per gross of boxes for each additional 100 vestas or part 1s. additional.
thereof.

Iron (except for trunks and grindery)
Horseshoe

Oatmeal.

Oils:

Mineral, refined, of which the point of ignition is above 80° Fahr.,
Colza and olive, in bulk.

Including castor or cod liver when refined or for medicinal pur-
poses, in bottles of a quart or less than a quart.

Onions.

Opium, including all goods, wares, and merchandise mixed or saturated with opium, or with any preparation or solution thereof, or steeped therein, respectively.

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Note, letter, writing, fancy, and blotting, with cut edges..
Uncut-blotting, surface, drawing, and other papers (except print-
ing and writing, in original wrappers and uncut edges, as it leaves
the mill, paper hangings, cardboard and millboard).
Bags

Pearl and Scotch barley

Pickles.

38. per cwt.

128. per cwt.

38. per 100 pounds.

6d. per gallon.

Quarts, 28. per dozen; pints,
18. per dozen; half-pints
and smaller sizes, 6d. per
dozen.

208. per ton.
208. per pound.

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Carriages, &c.-Continued.

Tilburys, dog carts, gigs, Boston chaises, and other two-wheeled vehicles on springs or thorough braces.

Express wagons and wagons for carrying goods, and single or double seated wagons, and four-wheeled buggies without tops, mounted on springs or thorough braces.

Hansom safety cabs, single and double seated wagons, wagonettes, and four-wheeled buggies, with tops.

Omnibuses and coaches for carrying mails or passengers.......

Barouches, Broughams, mail phaetons, drags, and other carriages not otherwise enumerated.

NOTE. Any separate parts of carriages not specially enumerated as dutiable or free are chargeable with such duty as the commissioner may determine under section 7 of Duties of Customs, Act 1879.

China ware and porcelain (except photographic and telegraphic materials)
Cigars..

Coffee, chicory, chocolate, cocoa......
Cordage, viz:

Coir rope..

Hempen and other cordage (except of galvanized and other iron and steel cordage), including all housing and seizing lines and spunyarn.

White lines and other descriptions of cordage not otherwise speci. fied (except coir yarn).

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Quassia

Strychnine.

Dynamite

Earthenware (except photographic and telegraphic materials).

Felt hoods, pullover hoods, and any article of felt prepared for the manufacture of hats.

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Glass or stone bottles containing a reputed quart or any less quantity
of spirits (not perfumed), wine, ale, porter, or other beer, and bottles
containing aërated or mineral waters.
Bottles containing pickles....

Glassware, except locket, brooch, and watch-glasses, and optical, surgi-
cal, and scientific instruments, and photographic and telegraphic ma
terials:

Glass bottles for aërated waters and medicines.....

Chimneys, shades, and globes, and all other glassware not being cut, engraved, etched, or ground.

Glass shades and globes, and other glassware, cut, engraved, etched, or ground.

Grain and pulse of every kind not otherwise enumerated

Barley..

Maize

Grain and pulse of every kind not otherwise enumerated, when prepared, ground, or in any way manufactured.

Gun-cotton or other material used for exploding purposes not otherwise
specified.

Hais (except those warehoused without payment of duty on the first
entry thereof before 4th September, 1879, which hats shall be still
liable to the duties then chargeable), as under, that is to say:
Hats (except straw, chip, willow, tape, and braid, untrimmed), not
otherwise enumerated (on and after 4th September, 1879).

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1d. per pound.
18. 4d. per pound.
18. 6d. per cwt.
Do.

6d. per pound.

3d. per pound.

1d. per pound.

28. per cwt.

18. 6d. per ounce.

Gd. per ounce.
18. 6d. per cwt.
10d. per pound.
3d. per pond.
408. per ton.

18. per ounce.

4d. per pound.

18. 4d. per cubic foot.

58. per dozen.

9d. per bushel.

14d. per coil of 24 feet or less, and in proportion for any greater quantity.

6d. per dozen.

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Imported by land or sea-Continued.

Articles.

Rate of duty.

Hats, &c.-Continued.

Boys', youths', and men's hats, with a calico or other foundation or
frame, and covered with felt, plush, silk, merino, velvet, or other
material (unless otherwise specified, on and after 4th September,
1879.)

Hats known as dress hats (on and after 4th September, 1879)
Boys' and youths' felt hats in sizes up to and including 67 (on and
after 4th September, 1879).

Men's felt hats and women's untrimmed felt hats of any size, and
pith hats (on and after 4th September, 1879).

Hops

Ink, printing, colored.

Jewelry (except cameos and precious stones unset), viz:

Rings of gold, finished or unfinished, but without cameos or precious stones set therein.

All other jewelry of gold, unfinished, mounted, or in parts, but without cameos or precious stones set therein, not otherwise specified. Chains of gold, unfinished (except machine-made chains for fringes).. All other jewelry, whether manufactured wholly or in part, not otherwise enumerated.

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Sheet and piping.

Lithofracteur.

Live stock:

Cows, oxen, heifers, bulls, steers, calves over six months old (ex-
cept working bullocks in teams.)

Horses, mares, geldings, colts, and fillies not in saddle or harness.
Sheep, whether rams, ewes, wethers, or lambs...
Pigs

Malt.

Matches and vestas:

Wooden matches

For every gross of boxes containing in each box 100 matches or under.

30s. per dozen.

488. per dozen.
88. per dozen.

158. per dozen.

6d. per pound.
Do.

48. per dwt. troy.

38. per dwt. troy.

18. per dwt. troy.
20 per cent. ad valorem.

id. per yard.
d. per yard.

28. 6d. per cwt.
4d. per pound.

58. each.

Do.

6d. each.

28. each.
38. per bushel.

6d.

And so on per gross of boxes for each additional 100 matches or
part thereof.

For every gross of boxes containing in each box over 100 and not exceeding 200 matches.

18.

6d. additional.

Wax vestas

For every gross of metal boxes, not otherwise specified, containing in each box 100 vestas or under.

18. 3d.

For every gross of metal boxes, not otherwise specified, contain-
ing in each box over 100 and not exceeding 200 vestas.
And so on per gross of metal boxes for each additional 100 vestas
or part thereof,

2s. 6d.

18. 3d. additional.

For every gross of paper, small round tin, or other boxes containing in each box 100 vestas or under.

18.

For every gross of paper, small round tin, or other boxes contain. ing in each box over 100 and not exceeding 200 vestas.

28.

And so on per gross of boxes for each additional 100 vestas or part 18. additional.

thereof.

Nails:

Iron (except for trunks and grindery)
Horseshoe

Oatmeal

Oils:

Mineral, refined, of which the point of ignition is above 80° Fahr.,
Colza and olive, in bulk.

Including castor or cod liver when refined or for medicinal pur-
poses, in bottles of a quart or less than a quart.

Onions...

Opium, including all goods, wares, and merchandise mixed or saturated with opium, or with any preparation or solution thereof, or steeped therein, respectively.

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Note, letter, writing, fancy, and blotting, with cut edges...
Uncut-blotting, surface, drawing, and other papers (except print-
ing and writing, in original wrappers and uncut edges, as it leaves
the mill, paper hangings, cardboard and millboard).

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Carriages, &c. - Continued.

Tilburys, dog carts, gigs, Boston chaises, and other two-wheeled vehicles on springs or thorough braces.

Express wagons and wagons for carrying goods, and single or double seated wagons, and four-wheeled buggies without tops, mounted on springs or thorough braces.

Hansom safety cabs, single and double seated wagons, wagonettes, and four-wheeled buggies, with tops.

Omnibuses and coaches for carrying mails or passengers....

Barouches, Broughams, mail phaetons, drags, and other carriages not otherwise enumerated.

NOTE. Any separate parts of carriages not specially enumerated as
dutiable or free are chargeable with such duty as the commissioner may
determine under section 7 of Duties of Customs, Act 1879.
Chinaware and porcelain (except photographic and telegraphic materials)
Cigars...

Coffee, chicory, chocolate, cocoa........
Cordage, viz:

Coir rope.

Hempen and other cordage (except of galvanized and other iron and steel cordage), including all housing and seizing lines and spun

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Earthenware (except photographic and telegraphic materials)..

Felt hoods, pullover hoods, and any article of felt prepared for the manufacture of hats.

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Glass or stone bottles containing a reputed quart or any less quantity of spirits (not perfumed), wine, ale, porter, or other beer, and bottles containing aërated or mineral waters.

Bottles containing pickles..

Glassware, except locket, brooch, and watch-glasses, and optical, surgical, and scientific instruments, and photographic and telegraphic materials:

Glass bottles for aërated waters and medicines...

Chimneys, shades, and globes, and all other glassware not being cut, engraved, etched, or ground.

Glass shades and globes, and other glassware, cut, engraved, etched, or ground.

Grain and pulse of every kind not otherwise enumerated

Barley...

Maize

Grain and pulse of every kind not otherwise enumerated, when prepared, ground, or in any way manufactured.

Gun-cotton or other material used for exploding purposes not otherwise
specified.

Hats (except those warehoused without payment of duty on the first
entry thereof before 4th September, 1879, which hats shall be still
liable to the duties then chargeable), as under, that is to say:
Hats (except straw, chip, willow, tape, and braid, untrimmed), not
otherwise enumerated (on and after 4th September, 1879).

£10 each.

£15 each.

£20 each.

£40 each.
£50 each.

28. 6d. per cubic foot.
58. per pound.
3d. per pound.

58. per cwt.
118. 3d. per cwt.

288. per cwt.

2d. per pound.
58. each.

6d. per gallon.
6d. per pound.
2d. per pound.
3d. per pound.
128. per cwt.
2d. per pound.

Do.

1d. per pound.
18. 4d. per pound.
1s. 6d. per cwt.
Do.

6d. per pound.

3d. per pound.

Id. per pound.
28. per cwt.

18. 6d. per ounce.
6d. per ounce.
18. 6d. per cwt.
10d. per pound.
3d. per pond.
408. per ton.
18. per ounce.

4d. per pound.

1s. 4d. per cubic foot.

58. per dozen.

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