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EIVER AND HARBOUR RATES.
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These rates to include both Embarking and Land-
ing, but not the use of Govan Ferry.
Passengers crossing from Govan to proceed from
the Partick Wharf by the river steamers, or crossing
to Govan from the steamers, will be charged the
Wharf Dues only on presenting Checks, t&;be had
on payment of these Dues from the Ferryman and
the Wharf Master respectively.
Rates for Pi.anks, Stages, akd Ehones.
— For Planks or Stages for loading or
discharging vessels : —
For each Plank, or Stage, per week, or
part of a week, ....
, — For Rhones : for each Waggon of Coal
loaded therewith, .....
For each ton of goods loaded therewith,
For each Cart of Manure, .
One Shilling extra on each Cargo for
removing the Rhone to and from the
Vessels.
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Rates for use of Water.
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 for Cranes.


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Class I.
For each ton or part of a ton,
Minerals, Limestone, Lime, Bricks, Sand,
Gravel, Clay, Common Manure, Pig-
iron, Spiegel-iron, and Blooms, .
Scrap-iron, small, lifted by bucket.
Cast-iron Pipes, and Cast Segments of
Pipes, ......
Granite, Freestone, and other Stones, .
Timber of all kinds, , . . i
Marble, ,
All other articles — Each Lift-
Under One Ton, . . • •
One Ton and under Two Tons, .
Two Tons and under Seven Tons, .
Notwithstanding the above specific Scale, when
any single Lift is Seven or more Tons, the following
Rates shall be charged — Each Lift —
For eacli ton or part of a ton.
Seven Tons and under Ten Tons, .
Ten Tons and under Fifteen Tons, .
Fifteen Tons and under Twenty Tons,
Twenty Tons and under Thirty Tons,
Thirty Tons and under Seventy Tons,
Seventy Tons and under One Hundred Tons,
One Hundred Tons and upwards,
Instead of charging by weight, the Trustees may
hire out by time any Crane capable of lifting not
more than Two Tons at the following Kates : —
£ s. d.
Not exceeding Three consecutive hours,
iOver Three but not exceeding Six coU'
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£ s. d.
Over Six but not exceeding Twelve con-
secutive hours, . . . . .10
Over Twelve but not exceeding Eighteen
consecutive hours, , . . . 1 10
Over Eighteen but not exceeding Twenty-
four consecutive hours, , , .200
Class II.
Masts, Machinery, Engines and Boilers, other than
Cargo, taken out of or put on board Vessels, including
fitting up — Each Lift —
For each ton or part of a ton. £ s. d.
Under Seventy Tons, . . . .046
Seventy TonsaudunderOneHundredTons, 6
One Hundred Tons and upwards, . .080
If the Rates under Class II. for any single day of
Ten Hours during the employment of the Crane do
not amount to £2 2s., the charge for such day shall
be £2 2s., and in proportion for a shorter period j
but no charge shall be less than for half a day.
In both Classes, all necessary use of a Crane, from
the lifting of au article off its Carriage or Lighter
until stowed or adjusted in the Vessel, or from the
lifting of an article from the Vessel until placed on
its Carriage or Lighter, shall be included in one
Lift ; but if steam is to be raised a second time in
the course of a Lift, an additional charge shall be
made of Five Shillings for a Crane capable of lifting
not more than Fifteen Tons ; of Ten Shillings for a
Crane capable of lifting more than Fifteen Tons and
not more than Seventy Tons ; and of Fifteen Shillings
for a Crane capable of lifting more than Seventy Tons,
jVessel of 50 tons, and not exceeding 100
tons, using the Dock for not more than
Two Tides,
lEach additional Tide above Two Tides,
up to Twenty-four Tides in all, .
Each Tide above Twenty-four Tides,
[Vessels above 100 Tons using the Dock
for not more than Two Tides : —
iFor the first 100 Tons, . . . .
For each additional 50 tons, or part of 50
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Rates for Graving Docks.
Each additional Tide above Two Tides,
the first 100 tons, .
Each additional 50 Tons, or part of 50
Tons,
Each Tide above Twenty-four Tides, the
first 100 tons, ....
Each additional 50 Tons, or part of 50
Tons,
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No charge to be less than for Two Tides.

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