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136 EIVER AND HARBOUR RATES.
No. 5. — Extra Woek. s. d.
For the first hour, 16
Each hour thereafter, . . . .10
In order to prevent, as much as possible, chimneys
taking fire, the Miigistrates recommend to the in-
habitants to get their chimneys swept every sis vreeks,
and not to employ or admit to their houses, or to the
roof thereof, any chimney-sweeper not having a badge,
or who refuses to produce the same when demanded.
The Magistrates also recommend to the inhabitants
to keep the hatchway, or other access to the roof of
their houses, properly secured, and not to intrust the
key to any chimney-sweeper who has not a badge, in
order to prevent theft and destruction to property.
TABLE OF FARES FOE COAL PORTERS.
FOE CAEEYING COAL, DEOSS, OE TEIPPING.
"Waggon of Waggon of
Where the distance from the Stair to where the Coals lay is not more than 60 feet, ^* ^'^^^- -^^ *^^^*^-
for the first stair, 1 ... 7
For every other stair, ..... ...... 4 ... 02
From any Street, Lane, or Court to a Cellar within 60 feet from where the Coals
lay, if not down a stair, . . . . . . . . . .08 ... 05
For each additional 60 feet, or portion thereof, 4 ... 2
If down a stair, 1 ... 7
For Shovelling through a Hatch into a Cellar under the pavement, . . .05 ... 03
Foe Carrying Ghaecoai, oe Coke.
Where the distance from the Stair to where it lay is not more than 60 feet,
for the first stair, ........... 1 1 ... 8
For every other stair, . . . . . . . . . . .04 ... 02
From any Street, Lane, or Court to a Cellar within 60 feet from where it lay, if
not down a stair, . . . . . . . . . . .10 ... 8.
For each additional 60 feet, or portion thereof, . . . . . , .06 ... O3
If down a stair, 12 ... g
For Shovelling through a Hatch into a Cellar under the pavement, . . .05 ... 3
Cleaning Coal Bunkers oe Cellars.
For each half-hour or portion thereof engaged, ....... 6 ... —
Quantities not Enumerated in the above Table.
Any quantity between 12 Cwt. and 24 Cwt. to be charged in proportion to the above rates for 24 Cwt.
Any quantity between 1 Cwt. and 12 Cwt. to be charged in proportion to the above rates for 12 Cwt.
EIVER AND HAKBOUK SATES.
Authorized to be levied by the Trustees of the Clj'de Navigation, under the Acts 21 & 22 Vict., cap. 149 ;
27 & 28 Vict., cap. 248 ; and 31 & S2 Vict., cap. 124.
Schedule G. — Rates on Vessels at each time of Entering, or Using, or Departing from the River
or Harbour: —
On all Vessels, except as after-mentioned, arriving at or departing from the Harbour,
from or to any place in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, per
Register Ton, . . . . . . . . .In. l^d.. Out. l^d.
On all Steam Vessels arriving at or departing from the Harbour, from or to any place
within a line drawn from East to West across the Channel at Pladda, per Register
Ton, . . . . . . . . . .In. |d., Out. fd.
On all Vessels arriving at or departing from the Harbour, from or to any place out of
the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, per Register Ton, . . In. 4d., Out. 4d.
On all Vessels that shall remain in the Harbour over and above the first Twenty-four
lawful Days, per Register Ton, per Week, ..... One Penny.
On all Vessels entering; or departing from any of the Wet Docks or Tidal Basins, when
constructed, in addition to the Harbour rates, per Register Ton, . . .In. 6d., Out. Cd.
On all Vessels that shall remain in any of the Wet Docks or Basins over and above the
first Twenty-four lawful Days, per Register Ton, per Week, . . . Twopence.
On all Vessels entering or using the River, not liable for the above rates, and not trad-
ing with Cargo liable for Rates under Schedule H, per Register Ton, . . Sixpence.
Provided that the last-mentioned charge shall not extend to any Vessels the goods in
vhich are exempted from rates by this Act.
On all Vessels entering or using the Trustees' Basin at Bowling, having previously been
regularly trading on the River, per Register Ton, per Week, . . . One Halfpenny.
On all other Vessels entering or using the said Basin, per Register Ton, per Week, . Twopence.
Vessels proceeding empty for a cargo, or returning empty, having discharged a cargo to or from any
place beyond the limits of the Harbour, shall not be liable to pay any rates for the empty trip.
Vessels passing to or from any place on the River Clyde above Hutchesontown Bridge, through that
portion of the River which is embraced within the limits of the Harbour, shall not be liable for any of tha

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