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TABLE OF RATES.
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j after, for any period not longer than One Year, Rent
shall be charged at the following Rates, viz. : —
On Deals, Planks, Battens, Staves, and Lath- s. d.
wood — In the open portions of the South
Yard, Yorlchill, between the Service Road
and the River, per month or part of a
month, per ton, 4
In the open portions of the South Yard,
Yorkhill, between the Service Road and
Pointhouse Road, per month or part of a
month, per ton, . . . . .03
In the North Yard, Yorkhill, or at sucli
other place as the Trustees may appoint,
per month or part of a month, per ton, .02
On all Square and Round Timber, stored at
any part of the Trustees' premises author-
ised for the purpose, per month or part of
a month, per ton, . . . . .04
VI. On all Wood Goods stored as above, and
under Cover provided by the Trustees, Rent will be-
gin to accrue on completion of the Pilins;. There-
after, for any period not longer than One Year, Rent
shall be charged at the followirig Rate, viz. : —
On Deals, Planks, Battens, or other Wood
Goods, per month or part of a month, per
ton, 6
VII. Any Wood Goods which shall have remained
Ion the Storage Ground for a longer period than One
lYear, and for a shorter period than Two Years, shall
Ibe 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.
VIII. Fifty cubic feet of Pine and White Wood
and Forty cubic feet of any other kind of Wood to
be respectively computed one ton.
IX. When Wood Goods lying in the Trustees'
premises are sold, the party on whose application
the Goods were Stored shall, notwithstanding, con-
tinue liable Dot only for the Rent incurred by him
previous to the date of sale, bat also for the Rent daring
tlie remainder of the then current month, and shall only
be relieved of liability for future Rent upon giving to
the Superintendent, or other person in charge of the
Yards, a list of the names of the Purchasers whose
Goods shall not then have been removed, together with
a note of the quantity belonging to each Purcliaser.
The Maximum Rent payable on any lot of Wood
Goods when stored shall continue to bo charged until
the whole of such lot shall have been removed.
X. All Rent and Expenses to be paid before the
Goods are removed from the Yard.
XI. The Trustees will let, by the Year, at the
Rent of One Shilling and Sixpence per Square Yard,
such portions of space in the North Yard, Yorkhill, as
they may find can be so appropriated, but to be used
only for the Storing of Wood Goods imported by the
Lessee.
XII. The Trustees undertake no responsibility
whatever for Goods Stored in the Yards or elsewhere.
T. R. MACKENZIE,
Secretary to the Trustees of the Clyde Navigation
TABLE OF RATES FOR CHIMNEY-SWEEPERS.
No. 1. — Kitchen Vents. s. d.
Sweeping Kitchen Vents on gi-ound floor, .13
Do. do. on first flat, . . 11
Do. do. on second flat and
upwards, . .08
^.dditional, if with Smoke-jack, Hot-plate,
and Oven, 13
Cleaning Vents and Flues of Washing-house
Boilers, 2 6
No. 2. — Room Vents.
Sweeping Room Vents, with Register or Kin-
naird Grates, on ground floor, . . .13
On first floor, . , . , .10
On second floor and upwards, . - . 8
Houses of one or two apai'tments in any part
of a building, .... .06
No. 3. — Shops, Banks, Warehouses, and
Public Offices.
Sweeping each Vent, on ground flat,
1 3
Sweeping each Vent on first flat . . .1
Do. do. on second flat and upwards,0
No. 4. — Foul Chimneys.
Extinguishing and Sweeping a Foul Chimney, 3
No. 5. — Extra Work.
For the first hour, . . . , ,1
Each hour thereafter, ..... 1
In order to prevent, as much as possible, chimneys
taking fire, the Magistrates recommend to the in-
habitants to get their chimneys swept every six weeks,
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.

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