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Aghada, or Crosshaven, the same rates as Queenstown to Passage; East Ferry, Aghada, or Crosshaven, to Queenstown, the same rates as Passage to Queenstown. Rates for shifting vessels within the pilotage district :-In respect of every vessel of 500 tons or under, 10/-; between 500 tons and 1,000 tons, 15/-; 1,000 tons and over, 20- For mooring each vessel 5, except in the case of vessels under 300 tons being moored alongside any quay or wharf, when the charge shall be only 2/6. Charges for detention :--For each day or part of a day, during which pilot is detained, 5/. N. B.-All pilotage rates and charges are payable to the Cork Harbour Commissioners. They may be paid either into the harbour office at Cork, or Queenstown, or to the pilot who rendered service, on his producing a certificate from the harbour office of amount of rates due. In the foregoing tables the register tonnage of vessels is referred to in each instance, except in the case of steam vessels not using their steam propelling power, in which case the gross tonnage is referred to. The expression "Queenstown" means the anchorage for vessels in Cork Harbour, east of a straight line drawn from White Point to the eastern shore of Fort Camden, west of a straight line drawn from the Priory to Cork beg House, and north of a straight line joining the northern shores of Forts Camden and Carlisle.

Towage.-Tariff of rates for Cork Harbour:-From Sea to Queenstown, and vice versa.-Under 200 tons, £2; 300, £2 10s; 400, £3; 500, £3 10; 600, £4; 700, £4 10; 800, £5; 900, £5 10s; 1,000, £6; adding 10 for every 100 tons, or part of same. From Sea or Queenstown to Cork, 6d per reg. ton, down towage free. From Sea or Queenstown to Passage, 4d. per reg. ton, down towage free. From Passage to Cork, 3d. per reg. ton, down towage free. Steamers :-Attendance, Queenstown or Passage to Cork, or vice verså, £7 per tug per tide.

Officials.-Sec. to Com., W. Donegan; Engineer, Jas. Price, M.I.C.E., M.İ.M.E.; Coll. of Harb. and Tonnage Dues, James Drummy; Chief Clerk, James Riordan; Harb. Master, Captain N. Sutton; Harb. Master at Queenstown, Captain G. Usborne, R.N.; Lloyd's Agent, J. W. Scott, J.P. "Metro

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Hotels. The "Imperial,' "Central," "Windsor," pole," &c.

COURTOWN, Wexford, Ireland. Lat. 52° 39' N; long. 6° 14' W. Auth. Commissioners under Act 5 Geo. IV., 1824. Accn. A small fishing place. AST. Between 4 and 5ft W of E 40ft, between two pier heads. Tr.-I. Coal, salt, &c.; E. Bricks. D. 2ft on bar at LWST. W. prev. SW., most dang. SE. A lifeboat station.

Charges. Harbour dues: Coal 6d ton; salt 7d ton; all other articles 1 ton; lightermen 8d ton for coal and salt; fishing boats, wholly decked. I per year; half decked, 10 per year; yawls, 5 per year; being laid up on bank, 5/ for first year, and 1/ per month afterwards.

Official-Harb. Master, G. Mordaunt.

COVE, Berwickshire, Scot. Lat. 55° 58' N; long. 2° 18′ W. Auth. Owner, B. F. Hall, of Cockburaspath. Accn. Stone piers. D. at HW. 20ft. W. prev. E and NE. LV. 300 tons. COWES, Isle of Wight, Hampshire. On the Solent and river Medina. Lat. 50° 46′ N.; long. 1° 18' W. Pop. 7,000.

Auth. Cowes Harb. Commrs. under Act of 1897. P. NC. THW. f. and c. 10h 45m, and 11h 45m.; Sp. rise 12ft; N. rise 9ft. D. on bar at LW. 10ft; ST. 22ft to 23ft; N. 18ft to 19ft. W. prev. SW by W.; most dangerous are N. and NE. Rys. Ryde, Newport, and Cowes. Tr.-I. Timber, grain, coals, &c.; E. Cement, stone, bark, &c. LV. The roadstead of Cowes affords a safe and sheltered anchorage for vessels of any tonnage. Vessels discharge at railway jetty about 300ft in length. There are several patent heaving up slipways for vessels up to 1,500 tons. Dry Docks, &c.:

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Charges. Harb. dues: Merchant shipping, exclusive of passenger vessels, tug-boats (except when carrying goods or passengers) and yachts for every vessel coming into, anchoring, or making fast in the harbour, per voyage only-ton reg, 15 to 25, 1/6; 25 to 50, 2/6; 50 to 75, 3; 75 to 100, 5; for every additional 100 or part thereof, 5. Any vessel entering the harbour and discharging not exceeding one half of her cargo, one half only of above dues will be payable, but if more than half be discharged, full dues are payable. These dues are payable only once for each voyage. Every ship. owner whose vessel calls at Cowes at least once daily (Sunday, Good Friday, Christmas Day, or any Bank or other public holiday excepted) throughout the year may compound by payment of two-thirds of above dues, in advance, unless otherwise agreed with the Commis sioner. Every shipowner whose vessel calls at least once weekly throughout the year may compound by payment of three-fourths of above dues, in advance, unless otherwise agreed. Passenger vessels Id per reg. ton per voyage, or at the option of the owner a composition payable in advance of 1 per reg. ton per annum. Merchant vessels using buoys, posts, and moorings, per day-Under 200 reg. tons, 1; 200 to 400, 2/; 400 to 600, 3; 600 to 800, 4; 800 to 1,000, 5; above 1,0co, 7/6. Yachts using the works provided pay per day-Under 50 reg. tons, 1, 50 to 100, 2; 100 to 200, 3; 200 to 300, 4; 300 to 400, 5; 400 to 500 6/; 500 to 600, 7/; 600 to 700, 8; 700 to 800, 9/; 800 to 900, 10/; 900 to 1,000, 11/; 1,000, 12/; when laid up for four months, or more, by scale.

Pilotage.-2 per ft, subject to a reduction of one-fourth in respect of vessels propelled by steam, or towed by a steam vessel. Officials. Clerk to Commrs, and Lloyd's Agent, H. C. Damant ; Harb. Master, H. Dowling; Coll. of H.M. Cust., A. H. Dromgoole.

CRAIL, Fifeshire. At N. entrance to Firth of Forth. Lat. 56° 16' N; long. 2° 37′ W. Pop. 1,740. Auth. The Burgh of Crail. Accn. Three loading berths. AST, from 11 to 12ft. W. of En. about 24ft. THW. f. and c. 2h. P. NC. W. prev. SE. to NE. A lifeboat station.

CRAMOND, a creek of Leith, at the mouth of the Almond. D. HWST. 12ft, HWNT. 5ft.

CREETOWN, a sub-port of Kirkcudbrightshire.

CRINAN, at N. end of Crinan Canal, which extends from Ardrishaig to Crinan, 9 miles (see Ardrishaig). D. on sill of lock 9ft 6in, length of lock 94ft by 24 wide. The distance from Ardrishaig to Crinan round the Mull of Cantire is upwards of 132 miles. Vessels to Glasgow using the canal save about 85 miles of exposed sea passage.

Official.-Resident Engineer and Manager, L. John Groves, C.E. (See Ardrishaig).

CROICH.-See Lochmaddy.

CROMARTY, Cromarty, Moray Frith, a small harbour having a depth of 14ft at HWST., and 1oft at HWNT. inside, and outside jetty in 22ft ST., and 18ft NT. Area, 70yds by 40yds; 2 wharves; crane 3 tons. Harb. Auth.-Trustees.

Charges. -Ballast 6d per ton, fishing boats 1/, wind bound 6d; vessels, 2d ton reg, fresh water, 1/6 ton.

Official.-Harb. Master, Gilbert Fraser.

CROMBIE POINT, N. side of Forth 2 miles from Charlestown D. HWST. 12ft, HWNT. 8ft.

Charges.-Harb. dues, 2d per ton.

Official.-Harb. Master, T. Ford.

CROMER, Norfolk. Lat. 52° 46′ N; long. 1° 19′ E. A fishing town and lifeboat station.

CROOKHAVEN, Co. Cork. Lat. 51° 30' N ; long. 9° 40′ W.
D. from 3 to 5 fms at LWST.
Official.-Chief Officer, Coast Guard, W. Mahoney.

CULLEN, Banffshire, Scotland. Moray Frith. Lat. 57° 41' 30" N; long. 2° 49′ 30′′ W. Auth. Harbour Board. A small tidal harb, with pier, from sunset to sunrise. En. dry at LW. W of E 424ft Used by vessels of 8 to 10ft draught. W. prev. NW to EME. THW. f. and c. 12h 26m.

Charges.-Shipping per ton reg. 4d; light dues, ad; pilotage, 34d; bailast, 2d. Cartage by agreement. Laying out kedge, 5/. Tr.-I. Coals, salt, cement and slates. E. Herrings.

Officials. Clerk and Treasurer, Alexander Sim; Harb. Master, James Kuncie.

CULMORE, Lough Foyle, Ireland. Londonderry.

Official,-Harb. Master, W. Hamilton.

Charges.-Same as

CUMBWICH, a creek under Bridgwater. D. IIWST. 19 to 24ft, IIWNT. 14 to 17ft.

DALBEATTIE, Kirkcudbright, Scotland. Lat. 54° 53′ N ; long. 3° 48′ W. Auth. Urr Nav. Trustees under order of 1901. THW. f. and c. 11h 30m. W. prev. SW. Accn. Can hold ten vessels. Harb. dries at low water; 9ft at HWST, with 10ft at the Low Quay, which is about 500 yds below the harb. Large quantities of granite shipped by Messrs. D. H. & J. Newall. Crane for 10 tons. Tr.-I. Manures and feeding stuffs; E. Granite, setts, crushed granite.

Charges.-Harb. dues, 14d, steamer 3d per reg. ton. Truckage, 6/ per horse. Stone cargoes loaded free; discharging, 2d per

ton per man.

Pilotage. From sea to sea, 30/; hobblers, 3/6 per tide. Officials. Clerk, J. E. Milligan, solicitor; Harb. Master, John Neilson; Assistant ditto, W. Halliday.

Hotels. "Donaldson's," "Taylor's,'
""White's."

DARTMOUTH, Devon. Seaport. Lat. 50° 20' 20" N; long. 3° 33' 10" W. Pop. 6,579. Auth. Harbour Commissioners. P. NC. THW. f. and c. 6h 16m; Sp. rise 15ft; N. rise 10ft. Ry, G.W. Tr.-I. Coal, salt, timber, fruit; E. Timber, coaling vessels, cider, &c. Accn. En. to harb. 220yds wide, opening into a safe and commodious harbour of considerable capacity for vessels of any dft. A pier with a depth of 20ft at LW.

Charges.-Harb. dues 3d reg. ton. for vessels discharging, and d reg. ton per week for windbound vessels and on vessels coaling, with rebate to the latter.

Pilotage.-District. From Bobs Nose to the Start and vice versa. Rates. It is probable that a revised scale of rates will be issued in the course of the year 1905. At the end of 1904 rates are -For ships boarded without the Run of the Mewstone East, or the Blackstone West, to Dartmouth (inwards), under 1oft dft. 2/6 per foot, 10ft to 12ft 3/ per foot, 12ft to 14ft 3/6 per foot, 14ft to 16ft 4/ per foot, 16ft and upwards 5/ per foot, (outwards) two-thirds of these rates. Steamships putting into Dartmouth harb. for coal pay for pilotage in and out, the rate charged for inwards only. If boarded within the above-named line they pay one-half these rates; if boarded within the Castle they pay one-quarter these rates, subject to the circumstances of weather, &c. Steamships (passenger) engaged in the coasting trade pay both in and out of Dartmouth Harbour one rate only, as follows:-Steamships drawing 16ft and under 2/ per foot, above 16ft to 18ft 2/3 per foct, above 18ft to 20ft 2/9, above 20ft 3/0. Ships boarded without the Run of Bob's Nose, or Berry Head, to Brixham or Torquay (inwards), 10ft dft. and under 1/6, 1oft to 12ft 2/, 12ft to 14ft 2/6, 14ft to 16ft 3/, 16ft and upwards 3/6 foot, (outwards) two-thirds of these rates; if boarded within the above-named line one-quarter part less; if boarded half a mile only from the outer piers, vessels of all sizes pay 1/foot dft. The pilotage to Tor Bay is not compulsory, but should the master of any vessel choose to employ a pilot, the charge is two-thirds less than for Brixham and Torquay. There are also two lines of steamers to W. Indies and S. America. Vessels of any tonnage coaled from hulks in centre of harb. Towage.-In 2d reg. ton, out id per ton, or by arrangement.

Officials. Clerk to Commrs., H. Smith; Ry. Man., J. Abrahams; Harb. Master, H. Williams; Coll. of H.M. Cust., G Moffat; Lloyd's Agents, E. M. Turner & Son.

Hotels. Castle," "Royal Yacht," "Queen's," and “King's Arms,' Raleigh," &c.

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DEAL, Kent. Lat. 51° 13′ 30′′ N; long. I 24′ 40′′ E. A maritime town of 9,050 inhabitants, and an increasingly popular seaside resort for summer visitors, situated between the N. and S. Forelands, opposite to and sheltered by the Goodwin Sands. An open beach with an iron pleasure pier. It is in contemplation to construct a harb. at this place, in front of land belonging to H. S. Chapman, Esq., for shelter to fishing vessels and for local trade. Sheltered from all but NE. and SE. winds. A lifeboat station. THW. f. and c. 11h 35m.

Officials. Lloyd's Agents, G. Hammond & Co.

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DEGANWY QUAY. Situated on the NW. Coast, SW. side of Great Ormes Head, at mouth of River Conway. Accn. Length of quay, 663ft. This is owned by the L. & N.W. Ry. D. uncertain. Capstans on quays for warping vessels alongside. 25 cwt. and 5 ton cranes for discharging from vessels. Patent machines for weighing cargoes in railway waggons. Timber slip for dealing with timber traffic. Narrow gauge tramways on quay, and raised landing, for unloading tram trucks from waggons if necessary. The quay has been constructed by the London and North Western Railway Company, with special regard to the shipment direct from the railway trucks to the vessel, and vice versa. Slates seat down from Festiniog to the Deganwy Quay, and subsequently reconsigned to other places by rail, will only be charged the same rate of carriage as if forwarded direct from the quarries to the place of destination.

Charges. Harbour dues, 2d. per net reg. ton.

Pilotage.-NC., but when incurred averages 10/- to 15/- vessel. Officials.-Quay Superintendent, R. H. Edwards; District Goods Man., L. and N.W. Railway, A. Entwistle, Chesier.

DERBYHAVEN:-See Isle of Man.

DEVONPORT.-See Plymouth.

DINGLE, Co. Kerry, Ireland. Lat. 52° 8' N; long. 10° 15.
W. About 20m SW. of Tralee.
THW. 3'51.

Auth. Dingle Harbour Commissioners.

Charges. Entering harbour 2d per ton, but if not breaking bulk or taking in cargo id, no vessel to pay more than once in one calendar month. Fishing smacks or vessels of 15 tons using harbour for purpose of fishing, a composition of 75 6d per year in advance; not paying the composition, 2s 6d each entry. Windbound, id per ton. The rates for a vessel trading foreign in and out on draught, 5s per ft; coaster or cross-channel trader, 2s 6d per ft. Distance money: Eastward of a line from Bull Head to Counnanna, £2; westward, from Parkmoor Point to Counnanna, 4. Light dues, 2s 6d per vessel. **

Officials.-Sec., R. Mason; Harb. Master, M. Long.

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