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river. (1) Every vessel clearing the river with cargo or passengers, or entering the river with cargo or passengers, and not chargeable under Class 1 or Class 2, ad per ton ; (2) Every vessel discharging or loading goods or merchandise, or embarking or disembarking passengers, at any quay on the river, and not otherwise chargeable, 2d per ton. The above dues are payable in respect of registered vessels on the certified tonnage in the register of such vessels, and in respect of vessels not registered, on the tonnage ascertained according to the rules of admeasurement for regulating the admeasurement of the tonnage and burden of the Merchant Shipping of the United Kingdom. Payment must be made to Mr. E. LI. Marriott, Collector of the Board, at the Customs Office, Connah's Quay. Pilotage : Foreign Pilotage Rates (INWARD) per foot

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Chester, or any place East of Myytyn, for

vessels 60 tons net register, and under .. Ditto, from 60 to 80 tons net register Mostyn

Vessels 60 tons net register, and under

Vessels from 60 to Bo tons net register ... Wild Roads

Vessels 60 tons net register, and under Vessels from 60 to 80 tons net register And as to vessels over 80 tons net register, 2d per foot extra for every additional 20 tons net register on each rate respectively. 5' per tide shifting; 5/ per day if detained on board within the district ; 716 per day if taken outside district, and travelling expenses.

Note.-Winter Season commences October 1, and ends March 31. No vessel to pay for less than 8ft dft., nor to pay for odd inches under or over half a foot.

The following sailing directions were approved Nov. 7, 1904 :The Chester pilot boat is ketch rigged, with her bow coloured white, marked on the black bulwarks, “C.P. No. 1,” in white letters, 2ft bin deep, and on the mainsail with the letter “ C,” in black, 6st deep. At night the Chester pilots signal by means of white flare-up lights. When wind and weather permit the pilot boat cruises within the space covered by the red sector of Great Orme lighi, or between the bearings of S.81° W. and S.89 W. of the light, but occasionally anchors during southerly gales westward of Chester bar, in about 6fms, near the point Ĉ” on Admiralty Chart No. 1170 B, from which position Rhyl Church is open a little westward of the house on Rhyl pier, S. 18° E. Vessels bound to Chester river may, from ofi Great Orme head, distant about one mile, steer into the space embraced by the red sector, and continue eastward in it until the north-west lightship bears NE. by N., which is about 13 miles from the Great Orme. At three hours flood this route is available for vessels of 25st draught, but at low water for vessels of 12st draught only. It must be remembered that this course leads over Constable bank, which may be subject to change. The best route for vessels other than of light draught is northward of Constable bank buoys: By telegraphing or writing to the pilot office at Connagh's quay a pilot may be engaged to attend at Holy. head llarbour at any time, and captains who do not know this coast are advised to put into Holyhead harbour, and telegraph or write for a pilot to come there, especially when strong winds are blowing from the north and north-west.

Towage.-Vessels trading to the G.W. Ry. Co.'s wharves at Saltney, free. For others apply to G.W. Ry. Co.'s Agent at Saltney, and Messrs. Coppack and Co., tug owners, Connah's Quay.

Officials.-Clerk to Dee Conservancy Board, S. Smith, of Chester ; Harb. Master, Connah's Quay, Mr. Miller; Customs Supi., E. LI. Marriott.

Hotel.-“ Hare and Hounds," Connah's Quay.
CHICHESTER, Sussex. Lat. 50° 46' N ; long. 0° 55' W.

Ry. L. B. & S.C. Harb. is 2m from the city, and is an inlet of the English Channel, containing Thorney Island and Emsworth. D. at E. HWST. 14ft ; LW. about 2st. THW. f. and c. th 30m. See Bosham Quay. CHRISTCHURCH, Hampshire. Lat. 50° 44' N ; long.

1° 45'. Situated between the Avon and the Stour. Harb. HWST. 6ft, dries at LW, D. at entrance 6ft, at quay loft. Only used for barges. There is a double tide in the bay. THW. f. and c. gh om.

Official.-Chief Officer, James Walker,
CHURCH BAY, Holyhead.-See Sutan.
CINQUE PORTS. Originally five in number, but afterwards

increased to eight, viz., Dover, Sandwich, Hythe, and Romney, in Kent, and Rye, Winchelsea, Hastings, and Seaford, in Sussex. These ports formerly had important privileges, and were bound to furnish à certain number of ships of war to the sovereign in return. The first Charter was granted by William I. in 1078. The Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports is also Constable of Dover Castle. CLACKMANNAN, Clackmannanshire. See Kennetpans. On

N. Bank of Firth of Forth, 27m. above Queensferry. Lat. 55° 5' N ; long. 3° 51' W. 7m E. of Stirling, at the junction of the rivers Devon and Forth. D. HWST. 1811, and HWNT. 14ft. THW. f. and c. ioh om. Ry. N.B. The port is a private one; not a shipping port.

Official.-J. A. Lange.
CLARE CASTLE, Co. Clare, Ennis, Ireland. Lat. 52° 49' N;

long. 8° 57' W. Situated on the river Fergus. Ry. L. & E. Auth. Trustees, under Act 9 and 10 Vict., c. 86. Accn. Quayage 700ft, sheltered from all winds. Dry at LW. D. in river 18st to 22ft ; at upper quay 12ft ; at lower quay 153ft OST.; neaps 8}ft and 12fc. Used by vessels up to 500 tons. One crane up to 2 tons. Quayage 3d per reg. ton coasters; 5d per reg. ton foreign and colonial. Discharging coal 6d to 8d per ton.

Pilotage.-For 100 ton vessel 30/ in and 30/ out.
Official.--Harb. Master, P. O. Kelly.
CLAY.-See Blakeney.
CLEVEDON, Somerset, near Avonmouth, Bristol Channel.

Auth. Clevedon Urban District Council. A pier 840ft long. D. at pier head at HWST. 45lt, and 7st LWST.

Charges.—20 per person landing or embarking. No cranes.
Officials.-Clerk, H. C. Fry, Clevedon; Pier Mas., J. G. Rowles.
Hotel.-"Walton Park."
CLIFDEN, Co. Galway: -See Ardbear. Lat. 53° 30' N ; long,

10° 0' W. A pier belonging to the Grand Jury of Co. Galway. D. HWST. 12ft, HWNT. 7ft. Dry at LW. Used by small coasters. Sometimes vessels of 100 to 200 tons load and discharge at pier, and vessels of 800 tons have discharged in bay. Vessels are being piloted from the anchorage to the quay for ti 5s. W. prev. SW. THW. f. and c. 4h 30m.

Official.-William Gorman, General Merchant.

CLIFDEN HARBOUR, Galway, Ireland. Accn. Security

inside for vessels drawing 11}ft at quay. There is 35ft. at moorings inside bar at LW. and good anchorage. bottom blue mud and sand. Charges. 3d per reg. ton.

Official.--John Darcy, Harbour Master.
CLONIKILTY, Co. Cork. Lat. 51° 35' N; long. 8° 50' W.

Pop. 3.600. D. WST. 12st, HWNT 8ft, alongside quay. No harb. dues.

Official.-Harb. Master, R. E. Ilonner.
CLONTARF, on N. side of Dablin Bay. D. HWST. gst,

IIWNT. 7st.
CLOVELLY, Devonshire. Lat. 51° O'N; long. 4° 23' W. A

small haib. dry at LW. Auth. Owner, Mrs. Christine Louisa Hamlyn. W. prev. W. to N. and NE.

Protected by a small break water. Dry till half flood. D. from 3ft to 8ft. D. at pierhead HWST. 12 to 16ft. THW. S. and c. 6h om. A lileboat station.

Officials.--T. J Pitts Tasker & Sons, Barnstaple; Harb. Master, J. Moss ; Lloyd's Agent, W. Jewell.

Hotels.--"Red Lion ” and “New Inn."
COCKENZIE, Haddingtonshire, Scotland. Lat. 55° 58' N:

long. 2° 55' W. Used by fishing boats and vessels carrying salt to neighbouring works. THW. f. and c. 2h 16m. Depth at HWST. 15ft to 16ft. Must dangerous winds, SE.

Officials. -Owners, Trustees of John Polson, Esq., Castle Leven, Gourock ; Harb. Master, W. Ross; Factor, James Stenhouse. COLCHESTER, Essex. Lat. 51° 52' N; long. 0° 49' E.

Pop. 38,351. Auth. Corporation of Colchester, under Act 55 Vici., 1892. P. NC. THW. (Colne Point) 12h ; Sp. rise 14ft ; N. rise volt. D. on bar, Sp. Toft ; N. 5st ; in channel HW. 18ft to zost. Bar dries at LW. Ry. G.E. Tr.-1. Grain, timber, &c. ; E. Oysters and local produce. LV, Yacht Varuna, 1,550 reg. ton. 160 reg ton. at the Mythe; 300 reg. ton. at the entrance to Wivenhoe. Vessels of 200 tons can enter channel at LW. One 8-ton crane, at Lock Quay. Diy Dock at Wivenhoe, 24oft long, 35ft wide, depth over sill 14ft OST. Quayage at Ilythe 1,4851t, with roft ST. and 6ft NT., and at Wivenhoe 43oft. Patent slipway at the latter place, taking vessels 12oft long, 2oft wide, and drawing 12ít. Cranage to 2 tons, 9d per ton ; 2 to 4 tons, 1/3 per ton ; 4 to 8 tons, 2/ per ton ; not to be used over 8 tons.

Charges.-Tcnnage Rates 2d to 8d ton, according to size. Cual uues 6d ton, payable by merchant ; vessels bringing coals only and departing in ballast, or bringing or taking away returned empties pay half. Ballast 1/4 ton put on board. Wharfage moderate.

Pilotage.--District. From a line drawn from the Naze Tower to the buoy of the Gunfleet, up the Colne river to Colchester, and vice versa. Rates (inward and outward). East buoy of Gunfleet to Eastness 2/6 foot ; Eastness to Pyefleet 1/3 ; Pyefleet to Wivenhoe 1/6; Wivenhoe to the Hythe, Colchester 1/6. A pilot taken on board, or discharged eastward of the Priory Spit Buoy, is entitled

to ku in addition to the above rates. London pilots are to be paid from Orfordness to Eastness 6 foot.

Towage.—As per agreement. Boarding Station at Brightlingsea.

Officials.--Town Clerk, H. C. Wanklyn ; Borough Surveyor, H. Goodyear; Harb. Master, J. C. Bates ; Coll. of Dues and Deputy Harbour Master, W. Crosby Hotels.—The “ Cups,” “Red Lion,” and “George." COLDINGHAM, near Berwick on Tweed. D. LW. at en. 20ft. COLERAINE, Londonderry. On the Bann, 5m from the

sea. Lat. 55° 10' N; long. 6° 43' W. Pop. 6,958. Auth. Harbour Commissioners, under Act, 1879. P. C. THW. 6h 24m ; Sp. rise 5 to 6ft ; N. rise 3 to 4ft. D. on bar io st LWOST. W. prev. from W. to SW., most dangerous from NW. to N. Ry, B. & N.C. Tr.-I. Coal and general goods, coasting trade; E. Cattle and local produce. LV. 687 reg. ton. of about 15ft dit. Accn. Good quays with about 350ft lin. and a depth at LWST. 12ft, NT. 14st.

Charges.-Port charges 5d reg. ton. Ballast as per agreement, usually 1/ ton. Two 2-ton steam cranes on wharf, Coals 3d ton.

Pilotage.--C. District. The river Bann. From the quays at town of Coleraine to an imaginary boundary line at sea running through a point N. of mouth of the river, Im from end of east pier at its mouth. Rates. 1/6 foot inwards, and 9d foot outwards.

Tonnage according to schedule.

Officials.-Sec. to Com., W. Henry; Harb. Mast., Thos. Martin ; Officer of H.M. Cust., J. Bennett ; Lloyd's Agents, D. Fall & Son. COLISTON, Aberdeenshire. Lat. 57° 22' N ; long. 1° 57' W.

A small harb. Dry at LW. CONNAH'S QUAY.-See Chester. CONWAY, Carnarvon, Wales. Lat. 53° 17' N ; long. 3° 50'W.

Ry. L. & N.W. Accn. D. on bar zit LW., and 2oft HWST., affording entrance to vessels drawing 6ft at halftide. W. prev. N.W. to N. Auth. Town Council, under Prov. Order, 1878. THW. f. and c. 1h 30m. Most of the trade is now done at Deganwy Quay (which see). Charges. - Ad per ton anchorage. Quay clues 2d per ton. Pilotage. -As may be agreed upon. Officials.-Town Clerk, T. E. Parry; Harb. Master, W. Roberts; Lloyd's sub-Agent, W. Roberts. Hotels. “Castle," “ Erskine Arms,” “Blue Bell,” and “Harp." COOMBE MARTIN, Devonshire. Lat. 51° 13' N ; long

4° 1' W. Auth. Owner, Trustees of the late Sir Chas. Watson-Copley, Bart. There is an anchorage in 8 to 9 fms. THW. f. and c. 5h 5om.

Official.-Reeve of Coombe Martin Manor, William Burgess. CORK (including Queenstown), Munster. On the Lee, 15m

from the sea. Lat. 51° 47' 33' N ; long. 8° 15' 14" W. Pop. 80,000. Auth. Harbour Commissioners, under Statute i Geo. IV., C. 52, and by recent enactments. P. NC. THW. f, and c. 4h 58m; Sp, rise 12jit; N. rise joft. D. in river, Sp.

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