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12/6 21/0 17/025'0 19/0 29 0 21/0 310 23/0 33/0 25/035/6 Rates for towing vessels above Newcastle Bridge: (Ist station) from Newcastle Bridge to Elswick Sheer Legs ; (2nd station) from Newcastle Bridge to Scotswood Suspension Bridge ; (3rd station) from Newcastle Bridge to Lemington and Blaydon. A tonnage rate for vessels above 200 tons register from Newcastle Bridge to the following stations :

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Vessels below 200 tons register. Newcastle to the following stations : 19t Station. 2nd Station.

3rd Station. Newcastle to Elswick. Newcastle to Scotswood Newcastle to Blaydon. Tons. Light. Loaded. Light. Loaded. Light. Loaded.

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Officials (Tyne Commissioners).-Sec., Robert Urwin; Engineer, P. J. Messent; Harb. Master, North Shields, J. Bruce; Harb. Master, Newcastle, C. Wilson ; Dock Master (Northumberland and Albert Edward Docks), T. Glover ; Supt. of River Police, R. Farmer ; Coll. of Dues on Goods, T. D. Hume; Dock Supt. W. B. Emmerson.

Hotels. — “ Central,” “ Alliance," "Douglas," “County," “ Turf," " Central Exchange," &c.

NEW GRIMSBY.-See Scilly.
NEW HOLLAND, on the Humber, opposite Hull.
NEWHAVEN, Edinburghshire. -See Leith.
NEWHAVEN, Sussex. On the NW. extremity of Seaford Bay,

at the mouth of the river Ouse. Lat. 50° 46' 55" N ; long 0° 3' 40" E. Pop.4,000. Auth. Newhaven Harb. Company, under Acts 10 Vict., c. 9, and 26 and 27 Vict., c. 184. P. NC. THW. uh 41m ; Sp. rise post; _N. rise 15ft. W. prev. from SW. and SSW. Ry. L. B. & S.C. Tr.-I. Silks, wines, spirits, coal, timber, corn, &c. E. General merchandise. LV. during the last 20 years was s.s. Martinique, 1,111 tons reg., steamers of 1,coo tons trading regularly ; vessels drawing roft can enter the harb. at any state of the tide, a channel 150ft wide having been dredged through the bar, roft below LWŠT. Accn. The harb. is formed by two piers, the East 1,300st long, and the West 75oft long ; W. of E. 250ft. The area inside the entrance piers is about 30 statute acres, or a total length below bridge of 1,40oyds, and an average width of 325ft. The lower half below the Mill Creek is roft deep at LW., and the upper half above the Mill Creek 6st deep at LW. There is considerable mooring space above bridge in addition to this acreage. The break water has been completed for about seven-eighths its length. The sea walls are completed, also the new entrance piers and lighthouses. The new quay is also completed and the dredging, to enable vessels drawing rost to enter and depart from the harb. at any state of the tide is completed, and further dredging is in active operation. The total length of quays inside the harb. is 1,400yds. The Harb. Company have purchased the lands on each side of the harb., and extending along the foreshore for 2,666yds. comprising about 228 statute acres, this large area being to a great extent available for future extension of docks, quays, &c. The dock works have not been commenced, but it is intended to construct a dock 24 acres in extent, with a depth of water on the sill of lock entrance of 26ft at HW. On the W. side of the harb, are a series of landing stages, used principally by sailing vessels in the local and coasting trade, where vessels are partly waterborne on soft mud. Shear-legs wist high, to lift 50 tons. Whole of quay supplied with steam cranes. Gridiron 220st long. Good accommodation for coaling, ballasting, repairing, &c. A lifeboat station.

Charges.-(1) All vessels entering, using, or departing from the harb. ; coasting vessels (of whatever tonnage, 3d ; other vessels of 1.50 tons and under 3d ; other vessels above 150 and not exceeding 250 tons 4d; other vessels above 250 tons 6d per reg. ton. (2) On all vessels entering, using, or departing from the dock 1/ per reg. ton. (3) All vessels to be permitted to enter the harb. for safety on payment of one-half of the rates, but if such vessels shall remain in the harb. or the dock beyond the space of twenty-one days, or shall take goods on board (stores for their own use excepted) or break bulk, they shall be liable in the full rates. (4) All vesse's remaining in the harb. in working berths to pay after one month ad per reg. ton per month in a ivance when they are lying in the harb., and 4d per ton when lying in the dock. (5) All vessels with fish of any kind for curing, per ton reg. or admeasurement, 2d each ton. (6) All fishing boats entering the harb. with fresh fish, 4d each. Exemptions from Rates on Vessels. (1) Vessels on which the rates in respect of the dock have been paid shall not be liable to any additional rates for entering, using, or departing from the harb. (2) All vessels leaving the harb. for the purpose of taking on board ballast in and returning to the harb. with ballast shall not be liable in rates for such return. (3) All vessels arriving in the harb. in ballast and departing again in ballast shall be subject only in half rates, but if such vessels alter arriving in ballast shall take in cargoes

or parts of cargoes before their departure they shall be liable in full rates.

Pilotage.-District. From Dungeness westward to Brighthelmstone (inclusive), and from Brighthelmstone (inclusive) to Dungeness. Rates (inwards and outwards). Coast pilotage from Dungeness to the West End of the Owers :£s. d.

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Harb. pilotage, 8ft dst and under, 1/6 ; above Sst and not ex. noft, 1/9 ; above soft and not ex. 12ft, 2/6 ; above 12ft and not ex. 14ft, 3/; above 14ft and not ex i6ft, 3/6 ; 16ft and upwards, 4/ foot. Pilotage for the beaches of Brighthelmstone, Hastings, or Bexhill : 8ft and under, 1/3; 8 to roft, 1/9 ; above joft 2/ foot. Ships in distress pay according to circumstances.

Towage.-Inwards and outwards, all vessels not less than 100 tons 4d; inwards only 2}; outwards only 2}d ton. By special arrangements, in and out 3d; all vessels under 60 reg. tons, in or out 12/6; all vessels under 100 tons at the rate of 12/6 keel.

Officials.-Gen. Man. and Sec. L.B. & S.C., Allen Sarle ; Engineer, F. D. Bannister, C.E. ; Supt. of Steamers and Hart. Master, Capt. R. G. White ; Coll. of H.M. Cust., J. Ritchie.

Hotels.— The “London and Paris," “Harbour Station," “Bridge,'

Ship,” &c. NEWLYN, Cornwall. Mount's Bay. Lat. 50° 5' N ; long. 5°

30' W. A small harb., dry at LW. NEWPORT, Pembrokeshire, a small creek about 6 miles ENE.

of Fishguard. NEWPORT, Fifeshire. Lat. 56° 26' N ; long. 2° 57' W. On

lhe Firth of Tay, within the limits of Dundee Harb. NEWPORT, I. of Wight. River Cowes. Vessels drawing up

to 6st get up to the quays. Official.-Town Clerk, R. Roach Pittis, sol. NEWPORT, Mayo. Lat. 53° 53' N; long. 9° 30' W. No

vessels can enter at LW. Used by craft up to 160 tons. W. prev. and most dang. Wand Sw. Owned by Sir C. O'Donell, Bart., of Newport. NEWPORT, Monmouthshire. Lat. 51° 30' N ; long. 3° 0' W.

Pop. 54,000. Auth. or the Dock, Alexandra (Newport and S. Wales) Docks & Ry. Co.; of the Harb., the Harbour Commissioners, under Acts 6 Will. IV., c. 46, and 32 and 33 Vict., c. 118. P. C. THW. f. and c. 7h rom ; Sp. rise 38ft ; N. rise 29ft. W. prev. SW. Rys. G.W., L. & N.W., M., Ponty. pridd C. & N., and B. & M. Tr.-I. Iron ore, pig iron, timber, pitwood, fibre, grain, &c. ; E. Coal, coke, bark, manufactured iron, tinplates, &c. LV. ss. Carmona, 3,714 tons. Accn. Alexandra Dock, length 2,500ft, breadth 5ooft, width of trumpet-mouthed

entrance 3oott, entrance lock length 350ft, entrance lock width 65st, depth of water over outer sills AST. 35ft, ANT. 25st, area 281 acres ; area of land appropriated for quays, warehouses, &c., 240 acres, for deposit of ballast free of charge for present works 93 acres. Old Dock: Length 1,753ft, width 300ft, entrance lock, length 220/t, width 6ıft, depth of water over outer sills AST. 31st, ANT. 2oft, area nit acres. Alexandra Graving Dock: This dock is entered from the main wet dock, thus effecting a large saving of time, charges, and labour. Dimensions are, length from gates to head 532ft, on blocks 515ft, width of entrance soft, of dock 74ft, average depth of water on sill 2oft. Timber float: Area of water for storage of timber in bulk 10 acres, average depth of water 8ft. The float is provided with ample siding accn. Twenty hydraulic and steam cranes in docks, two of 15 tons' power, and sheer legs for masting. Fitting shops and all conveniences for repairing vessels. A lifeboat station.

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