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£ s. d. Wax, viz., bleached .

• cwt. free - unbleached

• .cwt. - Myrtle ..

. cwt. - Sealing .

· value free - Vegetable . .

. cwt. WELD . .

• ton free WHALE FINS.

· ton WHIPCORD

· · · · .value free WINE, viz., Red (") . . . .

gallon

05 6# White . . . . . gallon ( 5 6* Lees of such Wine.

. gallon 0 5 6* - The growth and produce of any British

Possession, and imported direct from

thence, viz., Red . . . gallon 0 2 9* - .................. White .

. gallon 0 2 9* ......... Lees of such Wine ga

1 0 2 9* No abatement of the duty to be made for damage.-16 & 17 Vict., cap. 107, s. 76.

The duty to be charged on the quantity ascertained at the time of delivery.-16 & 17

Vict., cap. 107, s. 110. WIRE, viz., Gilt or Plated . . . value free - Silver .

. value - Copper or Brass. See Copper and Brass. - Platina. See Platina Wire. WOAD .

. . ton TIMBER or Wood (?), not being Deals, Battens,

Boards, Staves, Handspikes, Oars, Lath-
wood, or other Timberor Wood sawn, split,
orotherwise dressed (except hewn), and not
being otherwise charged with duty,

load of 50 cubic feet 0 7 6 ...... of and from British Possessions, do.0 1 0* - Deals, Battens, Boards, or other Timber or

Wood sawn or split, and not otherwise
charged with duty,

load of 50 cubic feet 0 10 0 - ...... of and from British Possessions,

load of 50 cubic feet | 0 2 0*

free

free

* Five per cent. additional duty to be charged.

M) Wine, if exceeding 40 per cent of strength when of foreign, or 33 per cent. when of British Possession produce may not be imported as such, but will be liable to the duty chargeable on “ Spirits sweetened.”—G. 0. 12th July, 1853, and 13th April, 1857.

(9) No duty entry for bonded Wood Goods to be received on a less quantity than 5 loads, or than 240 pieces if by tale, and no delivery to be made by virtue of such entry on less than one load, or 90 pieces, if delivered by tale.-S. 113.

TIMBER AND WOOD GOODS.

The Importer may have the option, at the time of passing

the first entry, in respect of Planks, Deals, and Battens, not the produice of British Possessions, of entering the same by tale according to the under-mentioned Scale, specifying in such entry the number and dimensions of the several pieces. (')

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and not above not above not above not above | not above 34 x 1lfin. 34 x 9f in. 34 x 74 in. 23 x 74 in. 29 x 6 in.

Cubic Feet. Cubic Feet. Cubic Feet, Cubic Feet Cubic Feet. Not above 4 feet in length..the 120

115

73 Above 4 and not above 5..the 120

118
91
77

71 Above 5 and not above 6..the 120

142 110

92 Above 6 and not above 7..the 120 202

165
128
107

100 Above 7 and not above 8..the 120 231

189
146
123

114 Above 8 and not above 9..the 120 260

213
165
138

128 Above 9 and not above 10..the 120 288

236
183

153 Above 10 and not above 11..the 120 317

260
201
169

157 Above 11 and not above 12..the 120 346

284 220

184 Above 12 and not above 13..the 120 375

307
238
200

185 Above 13 and not above 14..the 120 404 331 256

215

200 Above 14 and not above 15..the 120 433 354

214 Above 15 and not above 16..the 120 462 378

293
246

228 Above 16 and not above 17..the 120 490

402
311
261

242 Above 17 and not above 18..the 120 519

425
329

276 Above 18 and not above 19..the 120 548

449 3181 292

271 Above 19 and not above 20..the 120 577 473 366

307 Above 20 and not above 21. .the 120| 606

496 384 322

300

143

171

274

230

257

285

(1) In so taking the length of deals, battens, &c., the fractional parts of a foot less than 3 inches are to be rejected, and when entered to be warehoused the number of the pieces only is required on the entry, and the account of the actual dimensions to be taken by the officers. In cases where the deals, &c., are entered for duty, the number of pieces must be inserted in the entries, and particulars of the specific dimensions be endorsed upon or appended to the warrant, with the cubical content computed according to the scale-the importer being at liberty to pass a post entry for any excess arising from an error in the dimensions, and entitled to a return of duty upon any deficiency. Any excess of the taleable quantity as regards the Master's Report to be dealt with in conformity with the established regulations.-G.O. No. 2, 1862.

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TIMBER or Wood, continued :

£ s. d.
The duties upon Wood Goods from a
British Possession are to be paid on impor.
tation, and such goods maynot be warehoused.
-16 & 17 Vict., cap. 107, s. 41.
STAVES, exceeding 72 inches in length,

7 inches in breadth, or 31 inches in thick.
ness . . . load of 50 cubic feet 0 9 0
.. of and from British Possessions

load of 50 cubic feet 0 2 0*
....... not ex. 72 in. in length, nor 7in. in
_breadth, nor 31 in thickness load

free BIRCH and Fir, hewn, not exceeding 3 feet in length, nor exceeding 8 inches square, imported for the sole purpose of making herring barrels for the use of the fisheries

load FIREWOOD · fathom of 216 cubic feet 0 6 0 ...... of and from British Possessions, fathom free HANDSPIKES, not ex. 7 feet in length 120 0 6 0 ...... of and from British Possessions, 120 0 0 6* exceeding 7 feet in length . . 120) 0 12 0 ...... of and from British Possessions, 120 HOOPS . . . . . number KNEES, under 5 inches square . . 120 0 3 0 ....... of and from British Possessions, 120 0 0 3* 5 and under 8 inches square . . 120 0 12 ....., of and from British Possessions, 120 0 1 LATHWOOD) :

0 12 ..... of and from British Possessions, fathom 0 1 0* OARS

.;.,; . . 120 ..... of and from British Possessions, 120 SPARS or POLES, under 22 feet in length

and under 4 inches in diameter : 120 ... of and from British Possessions. 120 0 0 6* 22 feet in length and upwards, and under 4 inches in diameter

, 120 0 12 0 ...... of and from British Possessions, 120 0 1 0* of all lengths, 4 and under 6 inches in diameter

. . 120 1 4 0 ... of and from British Possessions 120 0 2 0* - SPOKES for WHEELS, not exceeding 2 feet

in length . . . 1000 1 4

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* Five per cent. additional duty to be charged.
(1) Laths to pay duty as wood sawn or split. G.0. 15th April, 1843.

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Wood, viz., SPOKES FOR WHEELS, continued:

...... of and from British Possessions . 1000 0 1 0*
exceeding 2 feet in length . . 1000| 2 8
...... of and from British Possessions, 1000! 0 2
TEAK .

. .load free
WASTE WOOD, viz., Billet-wood or Brush-
wood, used for the purpose of Stowage,

value
for Ship-building, viz., Stringy Bark, Red
and Blue Gum, Green Hart, Mora and
Locust Woods, and Woods formerly ad-
mitted at the same duty as Teak . load free
.. ... Treenails of Stringy Bark, Red and
Blue Gum, and Locust Woods and all
Treenails of and from British Possessions,

load free
for furniture. See “ Furniture Woods."
— Shovel Hilts . . . . value free
Planed, or otherwise dressed or prepared
for use, (') and not particularly enumerated
or otherwise charged with duty, cubic foot 0 0 2
...... and further for every 1001. value 10 0 0
...... of and from British Possessions, for

every 1001. value 5 00* Wool, viz., Alpaca and Llama tribe lb. - Beaver . .

Ib.
=... cut and combed : : : lb. free
- Coney . . . . . . lb. i free

Cotton Wooland Wasteof Cotton Woo cwt. free
Goats' Wool or Hair
Hares' . . . . .

lb. free
Sheep and Lambs. :
WOOLLENS, viz., Manufactures of Wool, (not

being Goats' Wool), or of Wool mixed
with Cotton, not particularly enumerated,
and not otherwise charged with duty,

value free

free free

free

lb.

free

* Five per cent, additional duty to be charged.

(1) Fibre of the Pine Tree. called Pine Wool, to be adınitted free of duty. B.O. 23rd Feb., 1854. No. 297.

Broom handles to be charged with duty as “ Wood dressed.”—B. 0. Oct. 1854, No. 649. (Carey.)

Inlaid Wood-work (Swiss Parqueterie) to be charged with duty as “Goods manufactured.”_B. 0. 2nd Nov., 1855, No. 752. (C. Day)

Charcoal is to be charged with duty as Goods manufactured.-B. 0. lst Sep. 1855.

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WOOLLENS, continued:
- Articles or Manufactures of Wool(not being

Goats' Wool), or of Wool mixed with Cot

ton, viz.,
Carpets and Rugs . square yard
Shawls, Scarfs and Handkerchiefs plain lb.

.............. printed . . lb.! -Gloves . . . . dozen pairs

Wholly or in part made up, not otherwise

charged with duty(') for every 100l. value YARN, viz., Cable Yarn . . . . lb.

Camel or Mohair . . . . lb.
Linen, raw

. . . .cwt.
of Silk and Worsted, spun together and
not dyed .

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Zephyr Yarn, and Woollen and Wor- 1
sted Yarn of two or more threads :-
....... scoured, bleached, or coloured

lb.
....... not scoured, bleached, or coloured |

lb. - ....., raw, for weaving, not dyed or only

partially dyed. • YEAST, dried . . . . . . cwt. | ZAFFBE .

. . ZEBRA Woon

. . . . cwt.

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Goods, being either in part or wholly manufac

tured, and not being enumerated or de.
scribed, or otherwise charged with duty,
and not prohibited to be imported into or
used in Great Britain or Ireland

for every 1001. value 10 00 - not being either in part or wholly manufac

tured, nor enumerated or described, nor
otherwise charged with duty, and not
prohibited to be imported into or used in
Great Britain or Ireland · value free

* Five per cent, additional duty to be charged.

M) Woollen Fringes, of which the warp is silk, are admitted as “ Goods manufactured.”—B. 0. 27th May, 1856, No. 118.

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