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EIVEE AND HAEBOUR RATES.
Rate
Rate
Kate
Rate
Description of Goods.
per
Ton
per
Ton
Description of Goods.
per
Ton
per
Ton
For
Bign.
Coas
twise.
For
sign.
Coastwise,
s.
d.
s.
d.
s.
d.
s.
d.
Stones . . .

4

3
Umber .
1


Stones, Dressed .
1


9
Valonia ....
2

6
Stoneware . .
1
6

Vegetables not otherwise rated
2

6
Straw .
1


Vehicles, Four -Wheeled each
2
6
6
Stucco • . •
1
6

Do. Two-Wheeled "
1
6
6 i
Sugar . ■ • »
1
4
4
Vitriol ....
2

6 '[
Syrup ....
1


Waggons . . • .
2

6
Talc, or Mineral White .
2

6
Wands ....
2

6
Tallow
2

6
Waste Salts . .' .
1

9
Tapioca . • ■
1
4
4
Wheat — Inwards . . .
1
3
3 1
Do. Flour
1
4
4
Do. Outwards
1


Tar
1
6

Whelks ....
1


Tares — Inwards ,
1
S
3
Wliiting ....

4
3
Do. Outward ,
1


Wines of all kinds
2

6
Tea .
2

6
Wire and Wirework
2

6
Thread . . . .
2

6
Wood — Cedar, Ebony, Maple,
Tiles, Roofing
1


9
Rosewood, and Walnut
2

6
Do. Drain . .'

4

3
Wood — all other Furniture,
Timber — Teak, Oak, 'Elm
Fancy and Turnery Woods
2

6
Ash, Birch, or other hard-
Wood Chips . . ■ .

4
3
wood, per ton of 40 cubic
Wood Fibre.
1

1

feet . . . .
1
3
1
3
Wood Hoops . . i
2'

6
Timber — Fir, Pine, and Popla
r
Wood Pulp ....
1

9
or other similar soft wood,
Woodwork or Woodware
2

6
in deals, battens, scantlings,
Wool
2

6
or logs, per ton of 50 cubic
Woollen Slanufactures .
2

6
feet
1
3
3
Woollen Rags . . .
2

6
Tin
2

6
Yam .
2

6
Tin Plates and Canada Plates
Yeast .....
2

6
in Boxes . . . .
1
6
6
Yellow Metal ,
2

6
Tobacco . . . ■
2

6
Zinc . , J . .
2

6
Tobacco Pipes i
2

6
Zinc Ore ....

4
3
Tow ..•!>■
2

6
Zinc Ashes ....
1


Treacle . > . .
1


Zinc Manufactures
2

6
Tree Plants . . = .
2

6
Other Goods not particularly
Turnips . . <> •

4

3
enumerated ,
2

1
6
Turpentine . . . .
2

1
6
Rates for Ferries and Harbgur Passenger SiEAJiERSi
1. — Rates for Vehicular, &c., Traffic at Finnieston
and Govan Ferries.
Eacli Time of Crossing.
Each Vehicle, loaded or empty (including
Horses), ......
Each Barrow or Perambulator, Loaded or
Empty (including person in charge), .
Each unyoked Horse, Mule, or Ass, and person
in charge, .....
Neat Cattle, . ... . Each Animal,
Calves, Swine, and Goats, . do., .
Sheep and Lambs, ... . do., .
Parcels, or Ai'ticles, above 56 lbs., carried by
hand, . . . . . Each,
Each Passenger, ■ > • < •
Rates
d.
2
2. — Rates for Passengers at any of the other
Ferries of the Trustees.
For each Passenger, each time of crossing, . ^d.
No person to be allowed to take into a Ferry-boat,
carrying Passengers only, any Parcel or Article
weighing more than Fifty-six pounds.
3. — Rates for Passengers using the Trustees'
Harbom' Passenger Steamers.
For each Passenger each time of using, . Id.
4. — Rates for Season Tickets for Ferries and
Harbour Passenger Steamers.
For each Adult for sis months, . . 20s. Od.
For School Children for six months, each, 12s. 6d.
Rates for Govan and Partick Passenger Wharves.
For each Passenger going on board of, or
landing from any steamer calling at the
Wharves-, . . ,' ] . .
Rates for Excursion Parties.
For 40 persons and under 100,
« 100 " 150,
For 150 persons and under 200,
he
" 200
250,
. Id.
" 250
'300,
" 300
350,
" 350
400,
Id. Each.
" 400
500,
. 9s.
" 500 and
upwards,
.
12s.
14s.
15s.
16s.
18s.
20s,
25s.

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