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EIVEE AND HARBOUR RATES.
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Description of Goods.
per Ton
per Ton
Description of Goods.
per Ton
per Ton
Foreign.
Coastwise.
Foreign.
Coastwise.
s. d.
s. d.
s. d.
s. d.
Wood Chips
4
3
Yellow Jleal
2
1 6
Wool
2
1 6
Zinc . . , . ,
2
1 6
Woollen Manufactures . .
2
1 6
Zinc Ore ....
4
3
Woollen Rags
2
1 6
Zinc Ashes ....
1
1 6
Yam
2
1 6
Other Goods not particularly
Yeast
2
1 6
enumerated
2
1 6
Rates to be Levied at Finniestox and Govan Fereies between Five o'Clock
A.M. AND Eleven o'Clock, p.m.
Empty.
For each Vehicle with, four wheels — s. d.
Loaded.
s. d.
Drawn by four horses, ,
Drawn by two horses, ,
Drawn by one horse, .
For each Vehicle with two wheels —
Drawn by two horses.
Drawn by one horse,
For each Porter's Hni-ley and per-
son in charge,
For each Wheel barrow and person
in charge, ....
For each Perambiilator and person
IJ 2
1 1-|
10 1
For each Horse, Mule, or Ass, and person in
charge, ......
Neat Cattle, each animal.
Sheep and Lambs, each animal, . ,
Calves, Swine, and Goats, each animal, .
Rates foe Planks, Stages, and Rhones,
1. — For Planks or Stages for loading or t
discharging vessels : —
For each Plank, or Stage, per week,
2. — For Rhones: for each Waggon of Coal
loaded therewith, .....
For each ton of goods loaded therewith,
One Shilling extra on each Cargo for
removing the Rhone to and from the
Vessels.
3. — For each Cart of Manui-e,

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Parcels or Articles above 56 lbs. in weight s. d.
carried by hand, each, . . . . OJ
(The foregoing rates to be doubled for
night service, that is to say, between
Midnight and Five o'clock a.m.)
For each Passenger, 0^
Or, if conveyed between Midnight and
Five o'clock in the morning, , 1
A Single Person landing from or embarking
on board of Steamers, . . . .02
If more than One, Each, . . , .01
Rates for Passengers conveyed across any of the
other Ferries of the Trustees,
For each Passenger, each time of crossing, . 0^
Or, if conveyed between Midnight and
Five o'clock in the morning, . .01
Rates for Season Tickets for Ferries and Harbour
passenger steamers.
For each Adult for sis months, . . . 20
For School Children for six months, each, '. 12 6
Rates for use of Watbk.
For the supply of Water to Vessels entering and
using the Harbour and Docks, 8d. per Puncheon.
If for the supply of boilers for steam in such vessels,
the following reduced charges will be made, viz : —
Trading Vessels to be charged 2s. 6d. per 1000 gallons,
and new Vessels and Vessels fitting-out to be charged
3s. 4d. per 1000 gallons, either for the supply of
boilers for steam, or for testing boilers, or for testing
water tanks or ballast tanks.
Rates fob the use of Cbanes capable of Lifting not more than Seven Tons.
For each ton or part of a ton
On Timber of all kinds,
On Castings and Light Machinery, .
On Cast Pipes and Railway Chairs, .
On Granite Freestone and other Stone,
On Pig-iron, Spigle iron, Blooms and Scraps
and Minerals, including Limestone, Lime.
On Bricks, Sand, Clay and, Manure,
s. d,
4
6
3
3
For each ton or part of a ton.
On Marble,
On all other articles if weighing less than
One Ton, each, .....
If weighing One Ton and less than Two
Tons, each
If weighing more than Two Tons but not more
than Seven Tons, each, ....
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Rates for the use of Cranes capable of Lifting moke than Seven Tons and
not more than fifteen tons.
For each Lift of not more than 1 ton,
Do above 1 and not exceed. 2 tons.
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£. s. d.
10
18
3 4
7 4
12
16
14
1 12
£. s. d.
For each above 10 and not exceed. 12 Tons, 2
Do do 12 do 15 2 12
When the Crane is used for loading or unloading
any of the articles specified in Part I. of this sched-
ule, weighing less than Three Tons, the same rates
may, in the option of the Trustees, be charged as are
therein specified.

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