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Wednesday, 3 December 1930

Senator CARROLL (WESTERN AUSTRALIA) asked the Minister representing the Minister for Trade and Customs, upon notice -

1.   Has his attention been drawn to an item in theSydneyMorningHerald of Tuesday, 25th November, under the heading of " Tariff Decisions ", relating to a list of goods, similar to those requiredin every State in the Commonwealth, alleged to have been brought under the operation ofItem No. 174 of the tariff, for one day only, in order that, they might be admitted free of duty?

2.   Under what circumstances were these goods brought under this item ?

3.   What were the grounds for the decision, and at what ports were the goods referred to admitted?

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