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Machinery or appliances, electrical, viz. :-
Ex (2)(a) Machinery or appliances noe. i. peculiar

to the generation of electricity, to
the transformation of pressures of
electric currents, or to the con-
version of one type of electric current
to another excluding transt'ormers for
wireless receiving sets, also one
phase and three phase transformers up
to and including 500 K.V.a. operating
at pressures not exceeding 15,000
volts); electric motors (excluding
electric motors up to and including
25 B. H.P.); slide rails for electric
generators or electric motors ....

(3) Carbons or electrodes for arc lampe, for

electric furnaces, or for electric
welding ................

Ex (4) Electric appliances n.e. i. peculiar to

electro-plating, electro-chemistry,

electro-metallurgy, surgery ........... Ex (4) Electrical vacuum tubes not suitable for

purposes of illumination .....

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SOTISDUTE MINI TRATAND.

PART I feontinued)

New Zealand
Tarist Item

Number

Desoription of Products

Rato of Duty

352 Machinery, machines, machine tools, and appliances,

Vi :-
(1) Anila, forges, and hearths, viwi.

blacksmiths', and similar .......n.......
(2) Blacksmiths', braziers', assay, and

treadlepower bellows .....................

(3) Boring and well-drilling machinery; rook

drilla, and diamond drills; coal outters..

Es (4) Blowers, and fans, rie:- exhaust, blast,

and ventilating ..............

(5) Card clothing suitable for use in woollen

malls and paper mills ............... ..

(6) Grinding machines, emery, and sinlar;

emery and similar wheels .................

(8) Sewing machines .........................

(9) Knitting and diting machines .....
Ex(10) Peculiar to metal-working, or wood-

worlding, Vizi-
(a) As may be approved by the Minister ...
Note. The minister may refuse to

approve the entry of any article
under this item i he is
satisfied that the same could
have been made aconomically in
New Zealand

Note. The above-mentioned rate applies

only to such machinery, machines,
machine tools, and appliances,
as are for the time being
approved for entry under Tarifi

Item 351 Bx (10)(a).
Ex(10) Peculiar to stone-worldng, or glass-

worldng ...................

20%

(13) Printing machines ........

15%

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353

Machinery, machines, engines, and other

appliances, D. e. i., viz:-
Eco (6) (b) Refrigerating wits having a heat

removing capacity of less than
6,000 B.T.U. per hour for use in
domestic type cabinets of
capacities not exceeding 25 cubic
feet, but not including such units

whon imported in or with cabinets.
Note, Refrigerating units as described

above, provided for under Tariff
Item 353 Ec (6)(b) shall be
exempt from most-favoured-nation
customs duties which exceed the
duties on such products under
the British Preferential Tarifr.

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Ex 354

Artificers' tools, n. e. i. (not including

brushes or brushware, vices, and Joiners'
olamps); and the following tools - viz.,
axes, hatchets, forks, picks, mattocks,
hammers, soythes, sheep-shears, reaping-
hooks, scissors (not less than 10 inches in
length), butohers' and other cleavers and
choppers, hand-saws, saw-blades machine or
hand, bull-hooks, bush-hooks, and hedge-

knives

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SCHEDULE TI - NEW ZEALAND.

PART I (continued)

New Zealand
Tariff Item

Number

Description of Products

Rate of Duty

356 |(1) (b) Hardware, hollowware, and ironmongery,

n. e. i. ; manufactured or partly manu-
factured articles of metal, and manu-
factured or partly manufactured articlos
of metal in combination with any other
material, ne, 1............................

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557

Motal, viz. :-
(1) Copper, iron, lead, tin, and other metal,

in billets, blooms, ingots, or pigs ......
(2) Muminium, brass, copper, lead, tin, and

other metal, noe. i., in bars or rode
(except oast bars or mode of copper

alloy) .....
(4) Iron, galvanized or plain black, viz.,

angle, tee, bar, bolt, chamel, rod, and
rolled girders; iron girders expanded, but
otherise unworked ......

(5) Iron, vis. :-
(a) Sheet, plate (including rolled

chequered plates), or hoop (except
hoop 6 inches in width or over),
plain, whether black, polished,
galvanized, plated, tinned, or other-

wise coated with metal, n. e. i.........
(b) Corrugated sheet iron .............
(6) Metal n. e. i., vir:- foil, leaf; hoop,

plate or sheet, plain, whether in the
rough, polished, enamelled, galvanized,
plated, tinned, or otherwise coated with
meta

(7) Sharting, plain rolled, or plain turned,

but otherwise urwrought

(8) Sheet, perforated or cellular ..
B(10) Wire, metal, plain, noe. i. ; wire cut to

lengths, looped, twisted, or plain, suited

for baling and similar purposes .......... (11) Metal cordage, not being gold or silver ..

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