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Thursday, 14 May 1936


Senator A J McLACHLAN (SOUTH AUSTRALIA) (Postmaster-General) . - This provision is complementary to the admission, duty free, of educational films. Under a convention drawn up in October, 1933, by a special committee of the League of Nations, appointed for the purpose of facilitating the international circulation of films of an educational character, the High Contracting Parties undertook that educational films of any one contracting party would be admitted free of duty into the country of the other contracting party, if accompanied by a certificate issued by the International Educational Cinematograph Institute. Similarly, it was agreed that talking machine records and advertising posters connected with such films, should be admitted free of duty. The item seeks to carry out Australia's part of the bargain with regard to the posters.

Item agreed to.

Item 340 agreed to.

Division 14 - Vehicles.

Items 352 and 355 agreed to.

Item 357 (Perambulators and go- carts) .







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