Rate Schedule: 0051.0870

 

Upper Columbia Navigation & Tramway Co.

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            Commencing April 18th, the Steamers DUCHESS or HYAK will leave Golden every

TUESDAY & FRIDAY AT 7 A.M.

for the head of Navigation.  Stage connection for Fort Steele by steamers leaving Apl. 18th, May 2nd, 16th and 30th.

 

Low water Tariff 1893 in force until May 15th.

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To Hog Ranche and Landings below       40 Cents per 100 lbs.

    Steamboat Landing                            70                 

    Little Warehouse                               1.00              

    Windermere                                        1.25              

    Points on Lake Tramway                      1.50              

    Landings on Upper Lake                      1.75              

Special rates on large lots of Grain, Flour, Beef, etc.

Express to all Landings.  Two cents per lb. and one per cent on marked value.  Lowest charge 15 cents.

 

0051.0870: Rate Schedule

Rates and schedules for Upper Columbia Navigation & Tramway Co.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  May 13, 1893
Pages:  4
Publisher:  Golden Era
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0051)

Keywords:

navigation tramway steamers stage tariff landings

Subjects:

Cities arrow Fort Steelearrow
Cities arrow Goldenarrow
Cities arrow Hog Ranchearrow
Cities arrow Windermerearrow
Transportation arrow Ratesarrow
Transportation arrow Stagelinesarrow
Transportation arrow Boats arrow SS Duchessarrow
Transportation arrow Boats arrow SS Hyakarrow
Transportation arrow Companies arrow Upper Columbia Navigation and Tramway Co.arrow

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