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Officials.-Ciek to Harb. Trust., T. Hardy ; Coll. of Dues, D. Pilmore ; Harb. Master, J. Maynard ; Supt. H.M. Cust. W. H. Stewardson.
Hotel.-- The “Burrell Arms,” “Buckingham Arms." SIDMOUTH, Devonshire. Lat. 50° 40' 30" N ; long. 3° 14'
W. A small seaport situated at the mouth of the Sid, 13 miles SE. of Exeter. A liseboat station.
Hotels.—“Knowle," " Royal York."
about 22 miles from Carlisle. Pop. 3.000.' Auth. The North British Ry. Co. THW. f. and c. ith 40m ; Sp. rise 26ft. ; N. 2ost. Ry. N.B. Accn. consists of a tidal dock boost long by zooft wide, covering about 4 acres, with a jetty extending 1,000ft towards LW. En. goft wide. D. 4}ft LWST. The new dock has a water area of 6 acres ; length (W. side) 660ft (E. side) 630ft, width 400ft. Entrance to dock boft. Depth on sill 24ít HWOST. Ten hydraulic cranes, of powers up to 6 tons, and two staiths to load 100 tons per hour each. One 25 ton steam crane. Charges.-Buoy and light dues id to jd per ton.
Ballast 6d per ton inwards ; 1/6 per ton outwards. Dock rites 3d per ton coasting ; 5d per ton foreign.
Pilotage.- District. In the English Channel of the Solway Frith between the anchorage ground off the harb. of Maryport and the entrance of Port Silloth, and Annan Water Foot, from the Frith. Rates. From anchorage grounds off the harb. of Mayport to Silloth or vice versii. Vessels to and from foreign poris 4/o per ft ; Coasters, 8ft draught and under, 28/ per vessel ; Do. over 8ft, 3/6 per fc.
Towage.-Coasting vessels outwards or inwards between the end of jetty and Lee Scar Lighthouse, into out of dock :-Under 72 reg. tons 3/ each ; above 72 reg. tons jd ton ; vessels bound to or from foreign ports, any reg. tonnage id ton. Coasting vessels outwards and inwards, between Lee Scar Lighthouse and Striped Buoy (2} miles) into or out of dock :-- Under 72 reg. tons 6/ each ; above 72 reg. tons id ton. Vessels bound to or from foreign ports, any reg. tonnage 2d. Coasting vessels outwards from the dock to the lightship :-Vessels of 72 reg. tons and upwards 2d; or when there is more than one vessel of that tonnage on same tide each 11d; vessels under 72 reg. tons each 12/ ; or when more than one vessel under 72 tons same tide 9d. Distances beyond lightship, places not named and foreign-going vessels by agreement.
Officials.-Gen. Man. N.B. Ry., J. Walker; Engineer, C. Boyd ; Harb. & Dock Master, G. Mundell ; Cust. Officer, A. Parker.
Hotels.-"Queen's,” “Solway,” “Waverley," and “ Royal.” SKATEROW, near Berwick. D. HWST, 5st, dry at LW.
En. 35st wide. SKERRIES, co. Dublin, Ireland. Lat. 53° 35' 20" N ; long:
6° 6' 20" W. Ry. GN. of Ireland. THW. f. and c. ih om. Auth. The Dublin Port and Docks Board under a Provisional Order and Acts of 1861 and 1877. A small harb. dry at LW., used by vessels of up to 250 tons and drawing 12ft. Quayage 4ooft. A lifeboat station. Officials.-See Dublin. SKIBBEREEN, co. Cork, Ireland, situated on the Ilen. Lat.
51° 34' N ; long. 9° 15' W. No Harb. Auth.
Nearest station, Dunmanway, on the W. Cork Ry. (16m). A small harh. ; the best entrance is through Baltimore Harb. Channel. SKIPNESS, Cantire, Argyllshire. Auth. Owner R. C.
Graham of Skipness. Accn. An iron pier with D. ol 8ft at LWST. SKIPPOOL, Lancaster. Creek of Fleetwood. D. HWST. 151t.
HWNT. jolt. SLIGO, Sligo, on the Garvogue, 5 miles from the outer roads.
Lat. 54° 16' N ; long. 8° 28' W. Pop. 10,764. Auth. Harbour_Commissioners, under Statute 40 Vict. c. 35, 1877. P. C. THW. f. and c. 5h 45m ; Sp. riseu}ft ; N. rise Sft. D. on bar at LW. 15.st. W. prev. SW. Rys. Mid., G.W., & S.L. & N. Co. Tr.-General. LV. Vessels of 1,540 reg. tons and 21fit dít. have entered the harb. at HW., and vessels of 390 reg. tons and 16ft dst. at LWST. Accn. Good and safe channel up to quays. The ballast quay is about 2,00oft long, with a depih of water alongside at LWOST. of 8ft. Depth up to quays at ST. 16}ft; NT. 13 ft. Hand cranes.
Charges.- Harb. dues 6d ton. Ballast is 6d to 25 60 ton. Mooring buoys if used 3d per ton reg.
Pilotage.—District. From Wheaten Rock to Quays. Rates. Outwards : From any place to sea, April 1 to Sept. 30, 2/ ; Oct. I to Mar. 31, 2/6. From April i to Sept. 30, Wheaten Rock to Sligo, 2/6 foot inwards ; Sligo to sea, 2/ foot outwards. From Oct. I to Mar. 31, Wheaten Rock to Sligo, 3/ foot inwards ; Sligo to sea 2/6 foot outwards.
Towage.-50 per reg. ton in, and 3d out.
Officials.--Sec. and Coll. of Harb. dues, T J. Mercer ; Harb. Master, Capt. J. Keeble.
Hotels. — “ Victoria ” and “ Imperial.”
to the Cal. Ry. Co., used for landing coals and timber. SOUTH BASIN, North Uist. Lat. 57° 35' N; long. 7° 3'
W. A well-sheltered harb., with a pier having 7ft. at LW. alongside. SOUTHAMPTON, Hampshire. On Southampton Water. Lat.
50° 54' N ; long. 1° 24' W. Pop. 80,000. Southampton Water forms one of the finest harbours in the kingdom, being quite land-locked, and its approaches so protected that no sea of any consequence can rise. The largest ships arrive at and leave the harb. at all times of tide. The anchorage is remarkably good. There is a second high-water about two hours after the first, the knowledge of which is most important to the mariner. The first high-water at the full and change of the moon is at 10h 30m, the second high-water at 12h 45m, and low water at 4h. To ships using the graving ducks this double tide is very advantageous, as the water remains nearly stationary for nearly two hours ; thus, without risk, allowing vessels to come out of the dock, and others to enter, without losing a tide. Auth. The Docks are the property of the Southampton Dock Company; there are also Quays where vessels discharge which are under the jurisdiction of the Southampton Harbour Board, together with piers mostly used by passenger steamers to and from the Isle of Wight, &c. P. C. THW. 10h 30m, oh 45m ; Sp. rise 13 ft; N. rise 9 ft. D. at LWST.
of 10 acres, zost and 16 acres 18ft, 10 acres in close dock 28st. W. prev. SW. ; owing to the land-locked nature of the harb. no winds are specially dangerous. Ry. L. & S.W. Tr.-I. Coffee, wine, tobacco, and all kinds of foreign and colonial produce; E Machinery, hardware, and manufactured goods. LV. as follows:Tons.
4,339 Augusta Victoria.. 7,642 Werra
4,478 The property under the jurisdiction of the Southamplon Harb. Board is :-Quay space 101,000 super. ft. There are the following Docks :
Depth. W. of E. Open dock
16 acres 18st LWST. 150ft
31st HWST. Close
ft. 66 51 80 56 20
250 500 450 620
Northam Iron Works Patent Slip
* Height of Tides. Every accommodation-warehouses, cranes, &c. Total length of present quay exceeds 7.500ft, in addition to the extension quay 1,820 ft long, with most of water at LT., which forms the E. arm of the new Dock of 18 acres, having a depth of 26ft, in course of construction. Shears to lift 100 tons. Cranes to 20 tons. LV. using the Town Quay the Morglay, 1,525 tons, 2ift dft. Larger vessels go to the docks. Vessels using the Town Quay of 13}st dít. can berth at LW. Some steamers do not go into the docks but land their passengers, mails, and specie there by tender. The larger portion of the trade at the Quay of the Commissioners is carried on by vessels not exceeding 1,000 tons. The traffic at the Royal Pier is mainly Isle of Wight passenger traffic.
Charges.--Harb. dues id ton. Boomage 1/6 to 5/, according to size. Wharfage. The rates at this port have been recently revised, and copy of dues and charges can be had on application to Mr. W. Bowyer, Southampton Harb. Board, Southampton.
Pilotage.-District. From a line drawn from Lepe Buoy to Lee Point, to all ports and places within the Southampton Water, and from all ports and places within the Southampton Water to sea. Rates per foot. From any place within a line drawn from Lepe Buoy to Lee Point to Southampton, Hamble, or Bursledon :17ft dst. and under, 1/6, above 17ft and not ex. 2oft, 2/6, above 2oft, 3/6; from any place within a line drawn from Lepe Buoy to Lee Point to Eling, Redbridge, Northam, or Chapel, 1/ per foot more than the above rates. If a vessel, inward-bound, be not boarded until she is ENE. of Calshot Castle, the pilot is entitled to one-third only of the rate. From Southampton to sea :-17ft dft. and under, 6), above 17ft and not ex. 2ost, 7/, above 2oft, 9/ per foot. For removing vessels from one place to another within the Southampton Water, the following rates, viz. :-From Southampton to Redbridge, Eling, Northam, or Chapel, and vice versa, 1/; from Southampton to Hamble, Bursledon, Leap, or Buckler's Hard, or Beaulieu, and vice versa, 116 per foot ; and for any intermediate distance a proportionate part of the above rates. If a master choose to retain or employ a pilot while at anchor, the charge for the lay days is 7/6 per day.
All vessels light or in ballast, 5) less than the above charges. RULES. –The Rates are charged on the British Register tonnage, and include the use of one tug boat sor towing vessels. A further charge is made for an extra tug boat. Steamers and yachts towed by agreement. Vessels in the foreign trade id. per Customs' Register ton more than coasting vessels. Over 300 tons, ļd. If the tonnage is higher than specified in the tables, towage charged on the next higher rate.
All vessels to pay this tariff in full.
Light or in ballast, s/ less. Officials.-Southampton Dock Company, Sec. and Supt., P. Hedger ; Harh. Board, Clerk and Coll., A. H. Skelton ; Harb, Master, W. Burbidge ; Wharfinger, W. Bowyer ; Coll. of H.M. Cust., R. Henderson ; Lloyd's Agent, J. E. Le Feuvre; Lloyd's Survs., L. Sinnette and J. B. Stevens.
Hotels. — "South Western,” “ Radley's," "Dolphin," "Royal,"
D. 9ft HW.