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Charges. -Dock rates vary from id to 1/4 ton. Wharfage rates on all goods passing over quays. Trimming charges (coal). Buoyage, 100 tons 6/6 less 10°, every additional 10 tons, 6d less 10%. Anchorage 1/ to 2/6 vessel, according to size. Jettage 1/6 to 7 vessel. Rates on goods.
Pilotage.--District. Into and out of the port of Kingston-uponHull and of the port of Great Grimsby, and upon any part of the river Humber below Kingston-upon-Hull, and so far out at sea as to bring the Northness of Dimlington to bear or be seen a sufficient dista .ce clear or open of the land to the southward thereof, so as to pass clear of the New Sand; and also along the coast northward to the Northness of Dimlington, and southward to Donna Nook. Rates per foot. From or to the distance at sea where the Northness of Dimlington bears west-south-west to the northward of Kilnsea North Cliff, to or from Hawke Roads or Grimsby Roads 2/6, Whitebooth Roads 3/6, the port of Kingston-upon-Hull 5/; from or to the distance at sea where Kilnsea North Cliff bears westnorth-west to the north of the New Sand buoy, or the floating light vessel, at the entrance of the river Humber, to or from Hawke Roads or Grimsby Roads 1/6, Whitebooth Roads 2/6, the port of Kingston-upon-Hull 4/; from or to the said New Sand buoy or the floating light vessel at the entrance of the river Humber, to the eastward of the point where the Spurn High Lighthouse bears north-east to or from Hawke Roads or Grimsby Roads 1/, Whitebooth Roads 2/, the port of Kingston-upon-Hull 3/6; from or to the Spurn High Lighthouse, bearing north-east to or from Hawke Roads or Grimsby Roads 1/, Whitebooth Roads 2/, the port of Kingston-upon-Hull 3/6; from or to the Hawke Roads, the buoy of the Burcome or Grimsby Roads to or from Whitebooth Roads 1/6, the port of Kingston-upon-Hull 2/6; from or to Whitebooth Roads to or from the port of Kingston-upon-Hull 1/6. For a fractional part of a foot, not less than half a foot, a proportionate rate. For intermediate distances a proportionate rate. Ships and vessels in ballast pay only two-thirds of the above rates. Ships and vessels employed in the coasting trade, whether laden or in ballast, pay one-half of the above rates. Ships and vessels drawing less than 6ft pay for 6ft.
Officials.-Old Dock Co., Gen. Man. and Sec., E. H. Garbett; Principal Dock Master, Capt. H. Robinson; Supt. Wharfinger, H. Best. Hull & Barnsley Railway & Dock Co., Gen. Man., V. W. Hill; Sec., I. Daniell; Coll. of H.M. Cust., E. P. Bishopp Smith; Lloyd's Surv., J. McNeil; Lloyd's Engineer, Jas. Trines. The River Humber is under the jurisdiction of the Humber Conservancy. E. Wilson, Sol. Clerk.
Hotels." Royal Station," "Vittoria," "Imperial," and "George."
HYTHE, Kent. One of the Cinque Ports. The harb. is choked up. A lifeboat station.
HYTHE, Essex. River Colne. Auth. Commrs., under the Colchester Navigation Act, 10 and 11 Vict., c. 181. Accn. A quay 1,485ft with D. 2ft LW. Used by vessels up to
Official.-Clerk, H. S. Goody, Colchester.
ILFRACOMBE, Devonshire. Lat. 51° 13' N ; long. 4° 7′ 30" W. Rys. Barnstable & North Devon, L. S. W., and G.W. THW. f. and c. 6h om. Auth. Receiver of Court of Chancery, under Acts of Parliament and Prov. Order, and the Pier and Harb. Confirmation Act, 1870, No. 1. Accn. Inner harb. has area of about 6 acres, and the outer harb. an area of 4 acres. Dry at LWST. Vessels drawing 20ft enter at HWST., and drawing 14ft HWNT. Quayage 600ft. Also a low water jetty, 5ft LWST., much used by excursion steamers. Crane power to 3 tons. Entrance dries at LW. W. prev. SE. to SW.
Charges.-Windbound Id per ton, coasting 2d, foreign ports 4d.
Official.-Harb. Master, J. C. Dennis.
Lat. 58° 27' N; long.
INCHARD LOCH, Sutherlandshire.
5° 7' W. A small land-locked basin, used
as an anchorage by fishing boats.
INCHYRA, a creek of Perth. D. HWST. 14ft, HWNT. 8ft. Official.-Harb. Master, J. Manby.
INNISLYRE, Co. Mayo. A deep and spacious anchorage in Westport Harb., Clew Bay. Vessels are discharged afloat in 20ft to 22ft water. THW. f. and c. 5h 2m. Official.-J. Read, Sec. to Westport Harb. Commrs.
INVERARY, Argyllshire. Loch Fyne. Lat. 56° 40′ N; long. 5° o' W. Nearest railway station, Dalmaly, 16 miles off. Auth. Town Council, under the Royal Charter of the Burgh. Accn. An anchorage, with a pier, used by steamers and vessels of about 70 tons. D. 16ft LW. and 24ft HWST. THW. f. and c. 12h om.
Charges. According to tonnage.
Officials.-Town Clerk, A. Henderson; Harb. Master, J.
INVERGORDON, Ross-shire, Scotland. Lat. 57° 43' N ; long. 4° 15' W. THW. f. and c. 11h 30m. Auth. Owner, Capt. Macleod, of Cadboll, under Act 7 Geo. IV., c 43. Accn. Tidal harb, dry at LW., formed by a pier 700ft. long, carried out into 1oft at LW, and 23ft at HWST. Crane power to 3 tons. Used by vessels of up to 1,400 tons.
Charges-Various, from 100 to 300 tons 4d per ton.
Officials. Factor, J. Young; Harb. Master, A. Annandale. Hotel. The "Commercial."
INVERKEITHING, Fife. Lat. 56° 2' N; long. 3° 26' W. Auth. Town Council, under Crown Charter. Ry. N. B. Accn. 90 acres; dries at LW., with about 9 to 1oft at HWST. Quayage about 1,000ft, land-locked. Used by sailing vessels and steamers of light draught. THW. f. and c. 2h 37m. Patent slipway. LV. Steamers of 1,000 tons built here have left the harbour light.
Charges-According to table in charge of the harb. master. Official.-Town Clerk, H. Grigor; Harb. Master, John Clark. INVERNESS, Inverness-shire. On the Ness, about 1 mile above its confluence with the Moray Firth and at the NE. end of the Caledonian Canal. Lat. 57° 28′ N; long. 4° 13
W. Pop. 17,366. Auth. Harbour Trust, under statute 9 July, 1847, and Provisional Order 27 June, 1883. P. NC. THW.. and c. at Kessock Pier, oh 18m; Sp. rise 12ft; N. rise 9ft; R. of N. 7ft. D. on bar about 6ft at LWST. W. The harb. is so situated that no wind is dangerous. Ry. H. Tr.-I. Grain, guano, timber, tar, bones, coal, lime, iron, slates; E. Herrings, pitprops, sleepers, staves, timber, turnips, potatoes, and grain. LV. 688 tons, at LWST. 30 tons. Accn. The area of the harb., formed by the lower reach of the river Ness, is about 3 acres, and there are about 800 yards of quayage space. Depth at Old Harb. ST. rise 13ft to 14ft; NT. 1oft to 11ft; at New Quay (Thornbush) ST. 17ft to 18:1; NT. rise 13ft to 14ft.
Charges. Dues 14d ton; dues on ballast 21 ton.
Pilotage. District. One section is licensed for the extent of the jurisdiction of the port authorities. Rates. Vessels under 50 tons 4/ in, and the same out, and id ton additional for every ton over 50 tons.
Towage.-2/6 per horse from sea to Thornbush; and if stopped at Thornbush for one tide, then from Thornbush to Old Harbour 2/6 per horse. Direct from sea to Old Harbour 3 per horse.
Officials. Clerks to Trust, A. P. and R. Hay, Solicitors; Ry. Man., A. Dougall; Harb. Mast., Capt. W. Morrison; Coll. of Harb. Dues, G. Munro; Coll. of H. M. Cust., S. Massy.
IPSWICH, Suffolk. On the Orwell, about 11 miles from the sea. Lat. 53° 35' N ; long. 0° 4' E. Pop. 57,000. Auth. Dock Commission, under Statutes 45 Geo. III., c. 101, I Vic.. c. 74, 15 Vic., c. 116, and 40 and 41 Vic., c. 216, P. N.C. THW. f. and c. ch 35m; Sp. rise 13ft at Ipswich Dock. D. Between the entrance lock and Pin Mill Reach there is a depth of water in the river channel of 213ft at OST and 184ft at ONT. In Pin Mill Reach there are iron screw moorings and buoys for lightening with 22ft at LWST. W. prev. SW. to W.; no wind can be considered actually dangerous within the port limits. Ry. G.E. Tr.-I. Grain, cheese, timber, seeds, coal, wines and spirits; E. Iron, machinery, phosphates, agricultural implements, grain, patent manures, bricks, oil, roots, &c. LV. Harvestoe, 1,372 reg. ton. Accn. The area of the port is the whole of the estuary of the river Orwell above an imaginary line drawn between Shotley Point and Fagborough Cliff (the limits of the jurisdiction of the Harwich Harb. Conservancy Board), including therein a large floating dock. The area of the dock, which is approached by an entrance lock 300ft long, 50ft wide, is about 29 acres. Depth on sill at mean HWST. 23ft, NT. 201st. Warehouse accn. and every facility. The dock takes vessels of 17ft dft. Within the floating dock there are 1,150yds of walled public quay, 300yds of the same unwalled, and with earth slope, 400yds' of the Commissioners' and private quays, and 300yds of the Commissioners' ballast quay. On the E. bank of the river there is a timber quay. Outside the dock there are 1,000yds of walled tidal quay, used by vessels up to about 200 tons burthen, and 1,500yds of dwarf tidal quay on the frontages of roadways not used for trade. There are also tidal quays at Bournebridge Creek, at Pin Mill, Chelmondiston, and at Levington Creek. For ships and boats the present depth of the channel at Mulberry Middle, Downham Reach, is 22ft and in Cliff Reach 21ft at HWST. The depth of the dock over 15 acres at HWST.
level varies from 17ft to 21ft. Crane power to 25 tons. Slips,
(Carriage can be lengthened to 140ft.) Charges. Import and export rates on goods. Wharfage 2d ton on customary dead weight.
Pilotage. District. From Ipswich quays to Harwich Harb. and vice versa. Rates per foot. From the dock entrance to Downham Reach, or vice versa, for every sloop or vessel with one mast 1/; for every other vessel with two or more masts 1/3; from Downham Reach to Levington Creek, or vice versa, for every ship or vessel 6d; from Levington Creek to Harwich Harb., or vice versa, for every ship or vessel 6d; for every vessel coming inwards from Harwich Harb. to Downham Reach 1/; for every vessel outward bound from Downham Reach to Harwich Harb. 1/. Towage.-Small vessels :
Officials.-Clerks to the Dock Com., Messrs. Long & Casley; Engineer, Thos. Miller; Harb. and Dock Master, E. Garwood; Coll. of Rates, E. H. Drummond; Assist. Coll., F. Page; Dock Traffic Supt., E. Hughes; Supt. of H. M. Cust., J. Hedges; Lloyd's Surv., E. Robertson.
Hotels. "Great White Horse," "Golden Lion," "Crown and Anchor," &c.
IRVINE, Ayrshire. On the coast, between Troon and Ardrossan. Lat. 53° 37′ N; long. 4° 41′ W. Pop. 8 520. P. NC.
Auth. Harbour Trust, under Irvine Harb. Act, 1873.
bar at LW. about 4ft; at HWST. 13ft to 14ft; N. 11t W. prev. SW. The harb. is safe for vessels in any wind. Ry. G. & S. W. Tr.-I. Limestone, salt, grain, timber; E. Coal, pig iron, and chemical products. LV. 830 reg. tons. Accn. The area of the harb. is about 43,444 yards; of this area 31,752 yards have a depth from about 3ft to an average of about 7ft at LW. There are no docks. The length of the quay space is 1,665ft, having a depth alongside of from 7ft to 11ft. LWST. There are steam hoists, cranes, &c.
Charges.-Harb. dues, 3d per reg. ton; ballast 4d and 8d per ton; goods 2d to 6d per ton.
Pilotage. Id per reg. ton.
Towage. (Compulsory.) 2d reg. ton.
Officials. Sec., J. Dickie; Harb. Mast., M. Boyd; Dep. Harb. Mast., D. McCallum; Coll., J. Maclean; Ry. Supt., J. McKend. IRELETH, a creek under port of Lancaster. An open beach. D. 10ft HWST., 4ft HWNT.
ISLAY, a creek under port of Greenock.
ISLE OF MAN. In the Irish Sea, 26 miles W. of England between St. Bee's Head and the Point of Ayre, 15 miles S. of Scotland between Burrow Head and the same Point, 271⁄2 miles E. of Ireland between the point W. of South Rock and Contrary Head, and 39 miles N. of Wales between Llanhana Head, Anglesea, and the Calf. Extreme length 32 statute miles, breadth about 11 statute miles. Contains about 180,000 statute acres. Lat. 54° 18′ N; long. 4° 32′ W. Auth. Harbour Commissioners. Tr.-I. Spirits, wines, colonial produce and manufactured goods; E. Fish, agricultural produce, lead ore, paper, linen, sailcloth, &c. Accn. The principal ports of the island are:-(a) Douglas. Pop. 19,000. Formed by the outlet of Douglas river. The inner harb. is covered in and defended by a north-eastern pier 1733 yards long and 13 to 30 yards broad. Is well quayed for about mile. There is also a transverse jetty. Area of harb. about 11 acres, nearly all dry at LW. The bottom is principally gravel over marl. As a rule, vessels drawing 13ft can enter at ST., and those drawing 9ft at N. In the outer harb, are two deep-water landing piers, one extending ESE. 1,300ft., the other NNE. 700ft. Depth of water alongside at LWOST. 12ft. Depth of water at entrance at OST. about 30ft. No bar. The Harb. Commissioners are at present lengthening the Victoria Pier to 450ft, a red buoy being placed 100ft ahead of the works whilst in progress. W. prev. S. and W., but they do not affect the harb., which is open to winds from E. to SE. only. LV. which has ever entered harb. was of about 1,500 tons burthen. THW. f. and c. Douglas Bar 11h 12m; OST. rise 20ft; N. rise 16ft. Charges: Harb. dues 3d per ton on all goods landed; windbound d per ton; vessels not landing cargo and not landing or embarking passengers 2d per ton. (b) Peel. A tidal harb. formed by the outlet of the river Neb; is defended eastward by a pier extending in a NNE. E. direction for 100 yards, continued inwards for 300 yards, and northward by a pier extending NE. 200ft. Area 5 acres. Vessels drawing 12ft to 14ft can enter on ST., and those drawing 8ft to 1oft on N. W. S. and W. most prev.; harb. open to NE. LV. which has entered the port, a steamer of 663 tons reg. THW. f. and c. 11h 8m; equi. Sp. rise 20ft; ord. Sp. rise 18ft; N. rise 14ft Charges same as Douglas. (c)