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Monday, 18 December 1911

The TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN (Senator McColl - The item before the Committee does not deal with incandescent mantles. I do not think, therefore, that the honorable senator's request canbe received.

Senator VARDON - -Do I understand that what I desire to move would be out of order ?


Item agreed to.

Items 147 (Grain Shelters, &c), 148 (Refrigerators), and 152 (Cultivators), agreed to.

Item 153-

By omitting, the whole item and inserting in its stead the following item : - "153 Cutlery, n.e.i., Forks, Spoons, and Knife Sharpeners, including silver ferruled or plated articles, but not including any article otherwise partly or wholly made of gold or silver, ad valorem (General Tariff), 15 per cent.; (United Kingdom), 10 per cent."

Senator. MILLEN(New South Wales) word " spoons " covers spoons of all kinds-, and of all materials? Item 170 deals with kettles and kitchen cooking utensils, aluminium or nickel, which are admitted free. Would aluminium spoons comeunder item 153 or item 170?

Senator Pearce - This item covers all spoons.

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