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RIVER AND HARBOUR RATES.
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Rates for Quay Rents on Goods remaining on Quays beyond the Authorised Time
OF 48 Hours after Discharge.
For the first twenty- four hoars after the time
for removal has aspired, . . per hour,
For every hour thereafter so long as the goods s.
or any portion thereof shall remain, per hour 5
Rates for Tramways.
1. — In respect of all Dung, Compost, all sorts of
r Manure (including Guano and Artificial Man-
ures), Undressed Materials for the repair of public
roads or highways. Coal, Coke, Culm, Charcoal,
Lime, Limestone, Cinders, Stones for Building,
Pitching and Paving, Bricks, Tiles, Slates, Clay,
Sand, Ironstone, Iron Ore, and Pig-iron, Two-
pence per ton per mile or part of a mile.
And in respect of all other Articles of whatever
description (excepting single articles, the weight
of which, including the carriage, shall exceed four
tons), Twopence per ton per mile or part of
a mile.
2. — In rebpect of any single piece of Machinery, Tim-
ber, or stone, or other single Article, the weight
of which, including the carriage, shall exceed four
I tons, but shall not exceed eight tons. Threepence
per ton per mile or part of a mile.
3. — In respect of any single piece of Machinery, Tim-
ber, or Stone, or other single Article, the weight
of which, including the carriage, shall exceed eight
tons, such sum as the Trustees shall think fit.
4. — In respact of every Horse, Mule, Ass, or other
beast of draught or burden, and every Ox, Cow,
Bull, or Neat Cattle, Twopence per mile or part
of a mile.
5. — In respect of every Calf, Pig, Sheep, Lamb, or
other small animal, One Penny per mile or part
of a mile.
6. — In respect of every Passenger, Twopence per
mile or part of a mile.
I Note. — In addition to the above, there will be made
" a reasonable charge for loading and unloading such
traffic, and for the delivery and collection thereof, and
other service incidental to the business or duty of a
carrier when such services or any of them are or is
required to be nerformed bv the Trustees."
Terms for Storage of Wood Goods at the Yorkhill yards, and at any other Place set
apart for the Purpose.
On all Wood Goods stored in accordance with the
Terms dated 4th December, 1894, and not under
Cover provided by the Trustees, Rent will begin to
accrue from the last day of the month next after that
in which the Vessel whence it was discharged was
placed in a discharging berth. Thereafter, for any
period not longer than One Year, Rent shall be charged
at the following Rates, viz. : —
On Deals, Battens, Staves, and Lathwood, s. d.
stored in the South Yard, Yorkhill, per ton
per month or part of a month, . ,04
On Deals, Battens, Staves, and Lathwood,
stored in North Yard, Yorkhill, or at any
other place appointed for such purpose, per
ton per month or part of a month, . .02
On Mahogany, Birch, and other square and
round Timber, per ton per month or part
of a month, . . . . , ,04
Fifty cubic feet of Fir Timber and forty cubic feet
of anv other kind of Timber to be respectively com-
puted one ton.
On all Wood Goods stored as above, and under
Cover provided by the Trustees, Rent will begin to
accrue on completion of the Piling. Thereafter for
any period not longer than One Year, Rent shall be
charged at the following Rate, viz. : —
On Deals, Planks, Battens, or other Wood
Goods, per month or part of a month, per
ton, 6
Any Wool Goods which shall have remained on
the Storage Ground for a longer period than One
Year, and for a shorter period than Two Years, shall
be charged double the foregoing Rates. If for a longer
period than Two Years, and for a shorter period than
Three Years, the charge will be three times the fore-
going Rates ; and if for a longer period than Three
Years the charge will be four times the foregoing
Rates. At the end of each Year of Storage, Rent
previously incurred must be paid.
The Maximum Rent payable on any lot of Timber
when stored shall continue to be charged until the
' whole of such lot shall have been removed.
All Rent and Expenses to be paid before the Goods
j are removed from the Yard.
1 The Trustees will let, by the Year, at the Rent of
I One Shilling and Sixpence per Square Yard, such
I portions of space in the North Yard, Yorkhill, as they
may find can be so appropriated, but to be used only
I for the Storing of Wood Goods imported by the Lessee.
I T. R. MACKENZIE,
Secretary to the Trustees of the Clyde Navigation.

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