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PORTERS' FARES.
TABLE OF FARES FOR CITY PORTERS.
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For attending the Police Court as a Witness, for the first hour, 10
For every other hour, .............OH
For carrying a letter or parcel, not exceeding 14 lbs., any distance not more than J of a mile, . 2
And for every additional J of a mile, ........... 1
A parcel, or parcels, exceeding 14 lbs., and not exceeding 56 lbs., any distance not more than
5 of a mile, .............. 3
And for every additional \ of a mile, ........... 2
A parcel, or parcels, exceeding 56 lbs., and not exceeding 112 lbs., any distance not more than
\ of a mile, .............. 4
And for every additional \ of a mile, ........... 3
Any load on a harrow or hurley, exceeding 112 lbs., not more than \ of a mile, . . . 6
For every additional \ of a mile, . . . . . . . . . . .04
And when detained more than \ of an hour at loading or unloading, for every additional \ of
an hour, ............... 2
One-half more to be charged after eight o'clock evening, in the winter season, and
ten o'clock in the summer.
A back load to or from any shop or warehouse on the ground floor, to or from any cart on the
street, not exceeding 20 yards, . . . . . . . . . • 2
If more than one, for each additional load, .......... 1
A back load up any close more than 20 yards, ......... 3
A back load up or down stairs, for every stair, or two half stairs, ...... O 2
If more than one, for every additional stair, ......... 1
Assisting at removings, v:ken a considerable time is consumed: —
For the first hour, 10
For every other hour, ............. 8
For every hurley load of furniture, not exceeding \ of a mile, ...... 6
Every other J of a mile, ............. 4
Beating carpets, for each \ of an hour, or part thereof, each Porter, ..... 3
Assisting at loading or unloading carts, weighing goods, #c, not included in the
above fares ; —
For the first hour, . ............. 8
For every other hour, . . . . . . . . . . . • ■• .06
Watching during the night — for the first two hours or part thereof, . . . . .10
For every other hour, say, . . . . . . . • • • • - • 3
Acting generally as a Porter — for a whole day of 10 hour?, ........ 4 6
And for a week, . . . . . . . . . - • • : ,210
GLA6GOW, 18th January, 1864.
ame distance as above, for the first stair.
REGULATIONS FOR COAL PORTERS.
Fixed by the Magistrates, 15th Jatwary, 1807.
Tor carrying a cart of coals up stairs, where the distance from the stair to where the coals lay is
not more than 60 feet, for the first stair,
For every other stair,
For carrying a waggon of coals up stairs, the
For every other stair,
For carrying a cart of coals from any street or lane to a cellar within 20 feet from where th
coals lay, if not down a stair,
If down a stair, an additional,
If above 20, and r.ot exceeding CO feet,
For every additional stair,
For half the distance, and so on in proportion,
For carrying a waggon of cuals from any stree
if not down a stair,
If down a stair,
If above 20, and not exceeding 60 feet,
If down a stair,
For every additional 60 feet, for each part,
.For each waggon,
or lane the same distance as above, into a cella
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