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from Newcome Buoy. When more than two tugs are necessary, the charge shall be as above for the first two tugs, and the rest shall be paid by the vessel, each one-third towage rates from Newcome Buoy. Rate Inwards (by two or more tugs, including docking with same) first tug 3d; each additional tug 2d reg. ton. All tugs to be paid by vessel. Outward Rates. For loaded vessels, half of inward rates. For vessels in ballast, one-third of inward rates. Towage to Tayport not ex. 150 tons £1; ex. 150 and not ex. 200 tons £158; ex. 200 and not ex. 300 1 10s.; ex. 300 tons £2. Shifting docks, not ex. 200 tons £1; ex. 200 and not ex. 300 tons LI 10s; ex. 300 and not ex. 400 tons £2; ex. 400 and not ex. 600 tons £2 10s; ex. 600 and not ex. Soo tons £3; ex. Soo and not ex. 1,000 tons £310s.; ex. 1,000 £4. Attending launches, same rates as shifting docks. Rate for hawsers, not ex. 500 tons, river £1, sea I 10s. ; ex. 500 and not ex. 1,000 tons, river £1 105, sea £2; ex. 1,000, river £2, sea £2 10.
Officials.--Clerk to Harb. Trust., John Malloch; Harb. Master, Capt. C. Yule; Treas., J. Watson; Engineer, John Thompson, M. Inst. C.E.; Coll. and Surv. H. M. Cust., Wm. Durie; Board of Trade Sury,, Adam Watt; Lloyd's Agents, W. O. Taylor & Co. DUNFANAGHY, Co. Donegal. Lat. 55° 10' N; long. 8° W. Quay dries at LW. Entrance 12 to 14ft ; quay
or berth 8 to 9ft. Charges.-Harb. dues, Id per reg. ton, loading and unloading ahout 60 per ton.
Official.-Harb. Master, Chas. A. Ramsay.
DUNGARVAN, Co. Waterford. Lat. 52° 4' 27" N; long. 7° 35' W. THW. f. and c. 5h 12m. D. HWST. 12ft, HWNT. 9ft. Tr.-I. Maize, salt, coals, guano, bricks, and tiles; E. Pitwood, oats, and limestone. Black Can Buoys to be left on port side entering channel; Red Conical on starboard side. The two leading lights at Ballinacourty Coastguard Station (kept in one) lead up the channel from Poole to Crawns Rocks, and in addition two leading lights (red) have been placed at the esplanade to lead up channel from Crowns Rocks buoy to opposite esplanade. Channel is well buoyed. Wreck of the Moresby in the middle of the channel shown by bright light. Ships land cargoes to quay or carts.
Charges.-Pilotage, 15/ to 40 in and out, as agreed. Plankage, 2/6. Harb. dues, 2d per ton, foreign 3d; Ballast, 1/ per ton f.o.b. Limestone 2/.
Official.-Harb. Master, P. Curran. DUNMANUS HARBOUR, Co. Cork. 9° 50′ W.
harb., but dangerous during N. W. gales District Councillor.
DUNMORE (East Harbour).
Lat. 52° 9′ N; 6° 59′ W. W. side of entrance to river Suir. THW.. and c. 5h 29m. D. inside pier head 8 to 14ft. The pier affords a secure anchorage with westerly gales, as well as from the prodigious sea which rolls along the southern coast, but is not adapted for an asylum harb. 890ft; deep water quay 230ft, dry at LW. Anchorage in the roadstead in 14 to 20ft LW., secure from all but southerly winds. HW. f. and c. 5h 29m. Sp. rise 12ft; Np. 1oft; Np. ranges 74ft. Limits of harb. from Shannoon Point to
Lat. 51° 30' N; long. D. 13ft in centre of only. M. Hegarty,
Ardnamult Point about 2,775 ft; from pier-head to Ardnamult about 1,830ft. Quayage 820ft of deep water quays and 300ft of quays. Dry at LW. Waterford Harb. Commissioners pilot cutter stationed here; rate of pilotage to Dunmore 1d per ton on reg. Lifeboat and rocket apparatus stations. Auth. Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland under Act 58 Geo. III. chap. 72.
Charges. Dues on vessels mooring inside pier-head 2d per ton on reg. and 3d per ton on coal, salt, lime, stone, &c., with special charges on cattle and other goods landed or shipped.
Officials.-Sec. to Commissioners of Public Works, Dublin, H. Williams, Esq.; Harb. Mast., Thomas Sutcliffe; Pilot Mast., Capt. Kennedy, of Passage East.
DUNURE, Ayrshire. Lat. 55° 25' N; long. 4° 46′ W. En. 8ft. Two dilapidated piers dry at LW. at HW. THW. f. and c. 11h 48m. DUNVEGAN, Isle of Skye, Hebrides. Lat. 57° 28' N ; long. 6° 32′ W. A sheltered and commodious harb. Dat En. 7 fath. I quay and I crane. Flashing white light at W. side of harb. entrance, which can be seen from the Minch, and forms a leading light until the ship comes abreast. Shows a red disc to the W. to clear shoals on that side. Red Buoy E of rock at entrance. The pier shows a red light on N. (or outer) corner of pier head, and a white light on S. end, placed 16ft inwards from line of pier head. THW. f. and c. 6h 7m. At quay 15ft at LW., 33ft HWST. Tr.-I. General merchandise; E. Wool, sheep, cattle, fish, shell fish, and eggs. Harb. dues, 8d per ton on heavy goods, and id per barrel bulk, or less quantity.
Charges-Ship dues 3d per reg. ton; 3d per _ton_on_bulk cargoes, 2d each for cattle and horses, 6d per score or less for sheep. Official. Factor, John T. Mackenzie.
DYSART, Fifeshire. N. side of Firth of Forth. Lat. 56° 7' 15" N; long. 3° 7' 15" W. Ry. N. B. THW. f. and c. 2h 30m. Tr.-I. Clay and flax; E. Coals. Auth. Town Council. Accn. En. to harb. 60ft wide. D. 1oft at HWNT., and 14ft HWST. Dry at LW. Dock 200ft by 180ft, with quayage 600ft. En. 37ft wide. Used by vessels 200 tons reg. There are three shoots for shipping coals and a slipway 29ft wide.
Pilotage.-1/ per foot.
Towage. As per agreement with Leith tugs.
Charges.-Dock charges 3d per ton on vessels to or from foreign ports, and 3d per ton on coasters; harb. dues 13d per ton; loading and discharging 2d.
Officials. Provost, Thomas Harrow; Harb. Master, Wm. Coatsworth; Collector of Customs, G. Jenkins; Collector, J. Herd. Hotel.-") "Royal," Townhead.
EARNMOUTH, a creek of Perth. D. HWST. 14ft, HWNT. I ft.
EASDALE. One of the Hebrides.
A small harb. for vessels
engaged in the slate trade. Large wooden pier, 12ft at LW. on entrance at LW., rise 18ft. Steamers call daily in summer, twice a week in winter. D. at En. 11ft. No dues on vessels.
EASTBOURNE, Sussex. An open beach and fashionable watering place.
EASTHAM. Entrance to the Manchester Ship Canal.--See Manchester Canal.
EDAY, Orkney Islands. Lat. 59° 10' N; long. 3° 5' W. Stone pier. HWST. 14ft, LWST. 5ft. Charges. Same as Kirkwall.
EDEN WATER.-See Guardsbridge.
ELGIN. See Lossiemouth.
ELIE, Fifeshire. Lat. 56° 11' N; long. 2° 50' W. A small tidal harb. protected by a sea wall, and a pier 845ft in length. D. HWST. 15ft, HWNT. 1oft. THW. f. and c. 1h 59m. Auth. Owner, W. Baird, Esq., of Elie, under provisions of statute 20 and 21 Vict., 1857. Tr.-E. Potatoes.
Charges. Dues of vessels under 15 tons 14d. per ton, under 50 tons 24d, under 100 tons 3d, over 150 tons 34d. Vessels windbound half the above.
Pilotage.-2d per ton reg.
Official.-Harb. Master, W. Macintosh.
ELLESMERE PORT, Manchester Ship Canal (which see). Used by vessels of all sizes trading on the Manchester Ship Canal, which has 26ft of water. Larger wharfage Accn. has now been made alongside this canal, where vessels of considerable size can be discharged. There will always be from 20ft to 24 It water alongside. P. N.C. and dismasting unnecessary. Auth. Shropshire Union Railway and Canal Co., under their Act of Parliament. THW. f. and c. 12 o'clock. D. at HW. 26ft. Area 5 acres. LV. 3,000 tons, and 680 in dock. Cranes: A high level coal tip to 400 tons per hour; 34 hydraulic and 31 hand cranes or various powers up to 10 tons. There is a patent slip 300ft long, 19ft dft.
Officials.-James Bishop, Sec. L. & N. W., Euston Station, London. Harb. Mast., C. Whitridge. Man., T. Hales, Chester. Head,' 'Railway," and
Hotels. The "Dock," "Bull's "Grosvenor."
ELY, Glamorganshire.-See Penarth.
EMSWORTH, Portsmouth. D. HWS. 14ft, HWN. 9ft. D. at En. 15ft; NT. 10ft. Tr.-Coal and grain, oysters and escallops. Accn. I crane and I steam tug. There is a small slipway.
Pilotage.-2/6 per foot. Auth. Warblington Urban District Council under Harbour Order of 1896.
ERIN PORT.-See Isle of Man. ERISKA PORT, I. of South Uist. 15' W. Situated in A natural harb. for small vessels, with THW. f. and c. 2h om.
Lat. 57° 5' N; long. 7° a loch of the same name. depth at En. of 6 fms.
ESSIE, Banffshire.-See Port Essie. EXETER, Devonshire. On the Exe. Nine miles from the sea. Lat. 50° 40′ N; long. 3° 27′ W. Pop. 47,150. Auth. Mayor, aldermen, and citizens. P. NC. THW. at Exmouth 6h 21m; Sp. rise 124ft; N. rise 8ft. D. Exmouth Bar and Bight, ST. 20ft, NT. 14ft; Topsham Quay, ST. 12ft, NT. 8ft: Turf, ST. 14ft, NT. 1oft; Exeter Bar, ST. 13ft; Basin, ST. 18ft; Town Quay, ST. 10ft. Rys. G. W. and L. & S. W. Tr.-I. General;
E. Ground barytes, timber, &c. LV. Vessels of 350 tons can reach the city of Exeter, where there is a large floating basin connected with Exmouth by a canal five miles long, but at certain times of year they have to lighten to 12ft. The canal cannot pass a vessel of larger dimensions than : length over all, 125ft; beam, 26ft draught, 12ft. Measurement of bridges and locks:Turf Lock, 132ft 2in in length, outside lock (higher gates), 28ft 4in, inside, 29ft 4in; Topsham Bridge, 28ft 9in. wide; Topsham Lock (side entrance to canal from Topsham), 91ft in length, inside lock, 25ft 6in wide, outside lower gate, 24ft 3in; Countess Weir, 26ft 3in wide; Double Locks (lower gates), inside lock by gates, 26ft 4in, outside lock by gates, 26ft 3in, length of lock, 319ft. Double Locks (higher gates), outside higher gates, 27ft 11 in, inside higher gates at Hollow Quoin HW. 26ft 7in, inside higher gates, by entrance to pier, 26ft 3in wide at HW., 26ft at LW.; Salmon Pool Bridge, 27ft 6in wide; Entrance to Canal Basin at Exeter, 29ft 4in wide; King's Arms Sluice, entrance to Exeter Quay, 26ft 3in wide. Cranes to lift from 1 to 20 tons.
Charges.-Harb. dues 1/2 vessel. The toll payable on vessels entering into or using the canal locks or basins is 4d per ton. reg. with a minimum charge of 5/; 3d. reg. ton in addition for horse trackage. No buoyage. Town dues on cargo: ballast, 1/- per ton f.o.b.
Pilotage.-NC., except from foreign ports. District. From Lyme to Bob's Nose, and vice versa. Rates. Coasters.-For ships in and over Exmouth Bar, to the moorings in the Bight at Exmouth, and out again over the bar.
Not ex. 60 reg. tons......... 1 9 foot dft.
again over the
Ships from foreign parts. For ships in and over Exmouth Bar, to the moorings in the Bight at Exmouth, and out bar. Inwards :s. d. Not ex. 80 reg tons......... 3 o foot dft. Ex. 80 and not ex roo tons 39 1, 100
Ex. 150 and not ex. 175 tons 4 3 foot dft
59 250 11 300
150 1 50
And 1/ foot for every 100 tons additional. Outwards, one-half these rates. All ships carried up from the Bight at Exmouth to the Sands 3/6; back 3/6. All ships under 100 tons, carried up to Topsham Quay 13/; back 13/. All ships under 100 tons carried up to Turf 9/; back 9/. All ships upwards of 100 tons carried up to Topsham Quay ton 13d; back 1ąd. All ships upwards of 100 tons carried up to Turf, ton 14d; back 11d.
Towage.-Sea to Bight, in 3d, out 3d, return 6d; sea to Turf 4d, out 4d, return 74d; sea to Topsham 5d, out 44d, return 84d; Bight to Turf 3d, out 24d, return 5d; Bight to Topsham 4d, out 34d, return 7d.; by Corporation tug, Queen of the Exe. Apply to A. Clements, Exeter, and Elliot & Matthew, Exemouth.
Officials.-Town Clerk, G. R. Shorto; Harb. Master and Wharfinger at Exeter, A. Clements; Harb. Master at Exmouth, Capt. Breading.
Hotels. "Rougemont," "London," Clarence," "Half Moon," "White Lion," Globe," and "Queen's."
EXMOUTH (see Exeter), Devon. A lifeboat station. Tr.— I. Coal, timber, grain, salt, slate, oilcake, manure, &c.; E. Bricks, clay, timber. Accn. A dock 530ft long, by 270ft broad. Auth. Dock Co., under Exmouth Docks Act, 1864. W. prev. W., most dangerous SE. to SW. THW. f. and c. 6h 2m. Rys. Narrow gauge fine alongside dock and stores, direct to Exeter and all parts.
Officials.Manager, Dock Co., G. Ellett; Sec., G. Matthew; Customs Officer, T. W. Hawke; Harb. Master, Capt. Breading; Lloyd's Agents, Ellett and Matthew.
EYEMOUTH, Berwickshire. Lat. 55° 52′ 25′′ N; long 2° 5' W. Situated at the mouth of the Eye, 7 miles from Berwick. Auth. Harb. Trustees, under statute 2 Vict., c. 36, and Harbour Order, 1882. THW. f. and c. 2h 15m. D. 11ft NT., and 17ft ST. As much water in harb. as on bar. Good quayage. A lifeboat station. Railway adjoins harb.
Charges. Harbour Dues-Vessels from or to E. C. of Scotland or England 4d, windbound 2d per ton; from or to other ports in Great Britain or Ireland 6d, windbound 3d per ton; over the sea 8d per ton, windbound 4d per ton. Dues on coals reduced to 34, and salt 6d per ton. Cured herrings exported id per barrel. Other goods or produce as per schedule, for which apply to Clerk.
Winter rates. s. d.
20 to 30 tons
100 tons and upwards
Tide work within harb., 7/6.
Officials.-Clerk to Trust and Pilotage Authority, John Wood, Solicitor and Notary; Harb. Master, Thos. Collin; Treasurer, James C. Crawford.
Hotels."Ship," "Yawl," and "Royal" on quays, "Cross Keys," "Home Arms."
FALLIN, Creek of Alloa. D. HWST. 11ft, and HWNT. 6ft. Charges.-Harb. dues 1/ per mast.
FALMOUTH, Cornwall. Seaport. Lat. 50° 9' N ; long. 5° 4' W. Pop. 12, 131. Auth. Harbour Commissioners, under a Provisional Order of 1870, and Docks Company, the latter having jurisdiction over the tidal harb. within the breakwater, and the graving docks. P. C. THW. f. and c. 4h 57m; Sp. rise 16ft 6in; N. rise 9ft 6in. W. prev. SW. to W.; most dangerous SE. to E. Ry. G. W. Tr.-I. Wheat, barley, maize, guano, nitrate of soda, manures, coals, timber, grain, flour, bricks, slates, &c.; E. Granite, paper, hemp and wire rope, copper ore, china-clay and stone, timber, pilchards, fire-bricks, &c. LV. s.s. Potsdam, 12,522 gross, 7.975 net reg. tons. The outer harbi. is a capacious and secure anchorage. Vessels of the heaviest draft can enter at all times of tide. The tidal harb. is formed by two piers or breakwaters, the entrance is 1,000ft wide between the pier heads. The E. breakwater is 900ft long, and has 23ft at LWST. along its wharves, and 18ft on the W. side of the tidal harb. Area of tidal harb. 42 acres, with 2,000ft lin. of quayage space. Falmouth