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Friday, 9 March 1928


Senator CRAWFORD (QueenslandHonorary Minister) . - The duty on raw and kiln dried coffee will be the same as that on roasted or ground coffee in liquid form or mixed with milk or other substance if the House of Representatives agrees to our request to make the duty on the former, both British preferential and intermediate 3d. per lb. I, therefore, move -

That the House of Representatives be requested to make the duties in sub-item (b), paragraph 2, per lb. British, 6d.; intermediate 6d.

Request agreed to.

Requests (by Senator Crawford) agreed to -

That the House of Representatives be requested to make the duties in sub-item (b), paragraph 3, per lb. British,6d.; intermediate, 6d.

That the House of Representatives be requested to leave out the words "The articles specified in paragraph 1 of sub-item (b), being the produce of any part of the British Empire, shall be admitted under the British Preferential Tariff."

Item, subject to requests, agreed to. Items 83, 85 and 101 agreed to.

Division V. - Textiles, Felts and Furs, and Manufactures thereof, and ATTIRE

Item 105. (Piece Goods).







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