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Thursday, 1 September 1921


Senator PEARCE (Western AustraliaMinister for Defence) . - The rubber portions of these articles are made in Australia by Barnet Glass and Company and the Dunlop Rubber Company. The duty affords partial protection to the rubber industry.

Item agreed to.

Item 376 (Bags and purses n.e.i) ; item 377 (Baskets); item 378 (Billiard balls); item 379 (Blankets, rubber or wool for printing machines) ; item 380 (Brooms, whisks, &c.) ; item 381 (Brushware and material therefor) ; item 382 (Cameras) ; item 383 (Photographic negatives) agreed to.

Item 384 -

(A)   Lantern slides; photographic dry plates; photographic sensitized films; photographic sensitized papers n.e.i., linen, or other material; photographic backgrounds (mounted or unmounted) ; photographs of Australian subjects ; postcards (sensitized with or without letterpress) ; stereoscopic Views, ad val., British, 25 per cent.; intermediate, 30 per cent.; general, 35 per cent.

(b)   Photographic materials, viz. : - Platino- type paper, autotype paper, ad val., British, free; intermediate, 5 per cent.; general, 10 per cent.







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