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Cement and general merchandise. Accn. River can be navigater at any time, and when the wind is from any quarter. Gill's Patent Slip 130 x 28st. The Acorn Barge Building Co. have the gridirons formerly belonging to Mr. Sollitt. H. of T. ST. 7ft itin; N. 4ft Sin. S. rise 18ft ; N. rise 14ft 6in. Dredging is finished, and berths admit vessels drawing 23ft LW. For harbour work, Strood, Rochester, and Chatham are all considered by the authority one and the same place.
Charges. - Harb. and port dues. Coal 5d reg. ton, oats tod, grain or seeds other than oats 7d. Anchorage 2each vessel; moorage 21.
Towage.-The Kaiser Steam Tug Co. have powersul fleet of tugs plying between the Nore, Rochester an 1 Maidstone ; rate from their agents, George Watson & Gill (teley. Tug), Rochester.
Officials.--Sec. to Conservancy Board, F. F. Smith ; Hart Master, Capt. G. T. Richards ; Dep. Harb. Master, A. T. Hill; Coll. of Tolls, John Whitmore ; Coll. at Sheerness, E. W. Brightman ; Coll. ot H.M. Cust., A. S. Williams.
Hotels.--"Bull," Royal Crown,"? "King's Head.” ROCHFORD, Essex. A port attached to Leigh, under the
Port of London. Situated on the Roche, 4 miles N. of Southend. D. HWST. gft, HWNT. 6ft.
Official.-Cust. Officer, T. H. Barbrook.
River Rogerstown, 9 miles N. of Howth. Auth. Owner, T. Carey, of Rush. Accn. Schooners from 100 to 150 tons can cross the bar at ST. and discharge their cargoes at the pier. D. ST. 11 to 12st; NT. about 9 ft. D. at discharging berth ST about ist; NT. about gft. Vessels are safe from all winds as soon as they reach the pier.
Charges.--Dues id per ton.
Auth. Th: Ronez Granite Quarries, Limited. H.W. f. and c. 6 h. 29m. Nean spring rise, 314 ft, neaps 23 ft. Granite shipping port. Pier with ciane. l'essels up 500 tons cin load ; plenty of water alongside pier. Ship always afloat. ROSEHEARTY, Aberdeenshire. Lat. 57° 42' N ; long. 2° 6'
30" W. THW. f. and c. 12h om. Auth. Commrs. under Act 38 and 39 Vict. 1875. There are two harbs., the Western and the Eastern, or Port Rae Harb. The W. pier is 285ft long, carried into 13st ST. ; area of harb. is about 2
Port Rae pier is boost long, carried into host at HW. Boats are drawn up by a steam engine. W. prev. from NW. round to E. northerly.
Charges.-4d per ton reg. on all vessels outwards and inward; inclusive ; ad per ton on vessels wind bound.
Pilotage.--Up 3l per ton, niih extra for men on piers,
Grand Jury. Official.- Harb, Const., J. Smyth. ROSSCARBERY, Co. Cork. Rosscarbery Bay. Accn. for
coasting vessels at pier and quay. Berths for 2 schooners at pier, and 3 or 4 at quny. D. at En. HWST. 14st and 93ft alongside pier and quay respectively. Harb. dues 3d per reg. ton Tr.-I. Coal, corn, tin ber, bricks.
Official.---Harb. Const., John Smyth.
ROSSLARE HARBOUR, South Bay, Wexford, Ireland. In
connection, by railway, with Wex. ford and the railway system of Ireland. Auth. Fishguard ard Rosslare Railways and Harbours Company. Accn. Not now available, owing to extension work. D. at entrance post LWST., and 26st at HWST. W. prev. S. and SW., from which harb. is well sheltered. Cranes, one 3 ton steam crane. A coastguard and lifeboat station. Pilotage (NC.). Sailing vessels with cargo, in and out, 2}d per reg. ton; sailing vessels, cargo in and ballast out, 2d per reg. ton ; steamers, three-fourths of above.
Towage. Tó or from roadstead to harb., 6d per reg. ton. Official. G. J. Whitelaw, Sec., Paddington Station, London, W. ROSTREVOR, Co. Down, Ireland. Carlingford Bay. Auth.
Owner, The Hon. A. S. G. Canning. Accn. A pier 12ost long ; width 9 to 12ft at HW.; dry at LW. ROTHESAY, Island of Bute. On NE. coast of island, and
affording a good anchorage. Auth. Harb. Trustees. Quay 850ft. D. 9 to 14ft LW., and 17 to 22st HW. Used by vessels drawing ift. There is a 5 ton crane.
Officials.-Harb. Master, D. Macnair; Coll., J. C. Sinclair. RUNCORN. On the Mersey. 17 miles ESE. of Liverpool.
Pop. 20,000. Auth. Bridgewater Trustees; L. & N.W. Ry. Co.; Shropshire Union Ry. Tr.-I. Pottery materials, pig-iron, slates, road-stone, etc. E. Coal, salt, earthenware. Access via Tidal River and Bridgewater Lock, also via Eastham and the Manchester Ship Canal. Terminus of Bridgewater Canal, which extends to Manchester and surrounding district, also joins the Trent and Mersey Canal, forming a direct route to the Staffordshire Potteries and the Midlands. Dock sidings join L. & N.W. main line. Dat E. Tidal dock entrance, width soft, depth 12ft bin and up. Level of Alfred and Fenton Docks maintained at a depth of from 16 to 181t; other docks out of these have a less depth. Accn. Total water space 15 acres. Quayage 2,500 lineal yards. Convenient for transferring cargo from sea-going ve:s Is to canal boats and railway. Warehouses and open storage lor pottery materials, etc. Hydraulic and floating derricks. Dry dock for small craft. Lay-bye on the Manchester Ship Canal below bridges, with access v'a Eastham and the Manchester Ship Canal. Length of quay berth 1,500ft; depth of water 24st; tip for coal and salt; steam cranes and floating derricks.
Charges.--Harbour dues same as Liverpool and Upper Mersey. Towage.-Free for Vessels loaded with cargoes for docks. Pilotage.- Upp: r Mersey conditions.
Officials.-Bridgewater, Agent, John Meadowcroft ; Wiines, General Manager L. & N.W. Ry. ; Ellesmere Port, Collector of H.M. Customs; Lloyd's Agent, F. A. Smith.
for Docks and Lay-bye : Resident Agent, James Evans; Dock Master, William Johnson; Berthing Master (lay-bye), William Hough; H.M. Customs, Clerk in charge : J. Connell, RUSH, Co. Dublin. A tidal harb., with a pier with return end
Lloyds long Auth. Owner, Sir R. Palmer. D. 10 to 14st HW. LV. 120 tons coal laden. RYDE, Isle of Wight. Lat. 50° 44' 25" N ; long. 1° 9' 20" W.
A railway pier, 768yds long, carried out to joft LWST. Auth. The Rylie Pier Co. W. prev. SE. Pier Toll 2d.
Officials.-Man., Walter Donald Stanney; Sec., Leonard Tayler. RYE, Sussex. Situate on the Rother. Lat. 50° 8' N ; long.
0° 7' 44" E. THW. f. and c. uh 2om. D. at LWST. is about ift, and 13st at HWST. Nearly all the works connected with the port are in fair condition ; the entrance, formerly blocked up by sand, is now decidedly better. There is a patent slip for vessels up to 400 tons. Tr.-I. Coals, timber, corn, manure, stone, slates, soda ; E. Timber (oak), burk, chemicals, Aints. W. prev. and most dangerous S. to W. The largest vessels entering have been 13st dft. Auth. Harb. Commrs., under Statutes I Wm. IV., c. 135, and 3 Wm. IV., c. 67. A liseboat station. Charges. 8d reg. ton; ships seeking resuge 2/6 per mooring post. Officials. Clerk, Cuthbert Hayles; Harb. Master, Albert Hedgler.
ST. AGNES.-See Scilly.
39 miles NE. of Edinburgh. Ry. N.B. THW. f. and c. 2h 20m. Auth. Harb. Trustees. Tr. I. Coal, manures; E. Potatoes, grain. Accn. Outer harb. 228st 300ft has an entrance 6olt wide, and the inner harb. 560 X 134 has an entrance 29.) wide. En. 12ft OST. 8ft to gft neaps, dries at LW. and D. at HW, is about 13st in the Lower Harb. andi ust in the Upper Harb. Vessels of 204 tons enter at HWST. W. most dang. NE. to SE. Charges. 2d per ton reg. ; d. per ton ex. for water rate; 3d per ton covers lights and water. Harb. dues 3d per reg: ton, ballast ad per ton loading and discharging. Labour on general cargo ad per ton each man. Pilotage. Coastwise 3d per ton reg. in and out. Foreign 50 per ton in and out.
Officials.--Chairman of St. Andrews Harb. Trust, Colonel W. M. Playfair ; Clerk and Treasurer, Hugh Thomson ; Harb. Master and Collector, James Deas.
ST. AUBINS.-See Channel Islands.
the late G. W. Henderson. Tr.-I. Pit props; E. Coals. Accn. A small harb. Two steam hoists for loading. LV. 1,300 tons. HWST. 18 to 20st, NT. 14 to 14 st. W. prev. W.
Charges.- Private harb yur. Dues id per ton. Free to vessels loading coals. Ballast discharging 9d per ton. Water free on deck
Pilotage N.C.-1/ per feet draught when required. Shipping and trimming cargo coal 2}d per ton
Officials.-Supt., J. Cairns ; Harb. Master, Capt. Tommereg. ST. HELEN'S HARBOUR, Isle of Wight. Lat. 50° 44' N ;
long. 1° 8' W. THW. uh 4m. D. at En. Nr. 10jft, ST. 15ft ; NT. 13st, ST. 17 ft at quays Rly. Isle of Wight. A yachting and coastguard station. Sidings from quays connect with 1. of W. Ry., forming through communication with all stations in I. of W'. There is a yood trade in coal, timber, slate, &c. Accn. A 10 ton hand power crane, and three i ton steam whipping cranes.
Official.-Manager, H. K. Day.
Corporation, under Acts 1853, 1862, and 1885, an order of 1888. THW. f. and c. 4h 440. Accn. Harb. protected bil a breakwater 5ooft long. The stone pier is extended 280lt true sonthh from the seaward end. Area sheltered is about 54 acres. Dry at LWST. Vessels of 400 tons enter at HW. D. at HWST 17ft at pierhead. HWNT. ust. W. prev. S to W. and most slang. NNE. to E. P. Foreign C, coasting NC. One small crane W. pier.
Charges.-Harb. dues on vessels 2d per reg. ton, d per ton ballast, and labour 6/6 per ten tons. Plank 1/. Drift fishing boats not compounding by the year, 2/6 each time of entering or using the harb. and 6d in the £ value of all fish landed.
Pilotage.-Foreign, under rost, 2/ per foot, 10 and under 12, 216. 12 and under 14, 3), 14 and under 16, 3/6, 16 and upwards, 4/; coasting, id per ton reg., or as per agreement.
Officials.-Harb. Master, William Cogar; Harb. Dues Cul'., Henry S. Warren ; Lloyd's Agent, P. K. W. Hawke. Hotels.--" Tregenna Castle," “Western,"
Queen's," and “ White Hart,” “Porthminster.”
ST. JUST POOL. A creek under Port of Falmouth.
wall in the I. of S. Ronaldsha. ST. MARTIN'S.-See Scilly. ST. MARY'S.-Auth. T. A. S. Dorien Smith, under the St.
Mary's (Scilly) Harb. Order, 1890. (See Scilly.) ST. MAWES, Cornwall. Lat. 50° 9' N ; long. 5° o' W.
Auth. Pier and Harb. Co., under Act 17 and 18 Vic. Accn. 9 to 141t LWST, but there is only ift at LW 6. pier head. LV. 300 tons. THW. 5h 7m. One crane carrying a tons. P. same as Falmouth.
Official.-E. Andrew, V.C. ; Sec., L. C. Cock.
Mount's Bay. Harb. dries at
Lat. 56° 12' 30" N ; long. 3° 46' 15" W. Auth. Harb. Commrs.' Order, 1885. A small harb. used principally by fishing boats, dry at LW. Has two loading berths, with stream tides. Loading B. NT., 7 ft. W. prev. and from S. causes less depth of water overall. D. E pier head ST 18st gin; NT. 121t. Tr.-E. potatoes and grain. Boats get in about halftide
Charges.- For vessels from 2}d under 15 tons to 4d 150 tons and over.
Toonage, potatoes 4d per ton, grain id per quarter. Pilotage as per agreement. Weekly payment 60 per man, 6d per boat and 3d per steamer ; stranger boats charged for entry according to length, over 30ft 1/, under 6d.
Officials.- Joiot Clerks to Corporation, A. C. Mackintosh and H. Watson, Solicitors, Anstruther; llarb. Master and Coll. of Rates, John Reekie.
ST, PETER'S PORT.-See Channel Islands.
Ry. G.W. recently opened. Auth. Commis. sioners, by lease from Duchy of Cornwall for 21 years from June 1903.
Accn. Tist on bar LWNT and 6st at LWST, 19ft at HWNT, and 24ft at HWST. W. most dang. SE., S. and SW. THW. f. and c. 5h 41m. Ample quayage both at Salcombe and at Kingsbridge, 4 miles up the estuary. D. at quay berths ST. 11 to 12ít, NT. 7 to 8ft. A lifeboat station. Steamers carrying passengers and cargo twice a week to Plymouth. A deep water channel mark has been placed on the hill which is to be kept in line with the Moult Point and white panel with b'ack uprights at North Sands seawall, and vessels should take the bar about one-third the distance from the entrance. Steamer runs twice and three times a day to meet trains at Kingsbridge, according to lides.
Official.-Harb. Master, Wm. Cook.
Tr. Export trade in coals and salt. SALTERNS WHARF, Dorsetshire. A private whars in Poole
Harb). SALTFLEET, Lincolnshire. 33 miles NE. of Lincoln. A place
much decayed. Dry at LW.; H.W. 7ft. W. prev. NNW. to SE. THW. f. and c. 5h 45m. Used only for sloops bringing up coal There is a coastguard station. A lifeboat station is situated 4 miles N. at Donna Nook, of wbich Mr. Gilbert Houlden is Hon. Sec. SALTNEY (see also Chester). The quay is situated on the main
line of the G.W. Ry. Co. Steam and hand cranes are provided, and there is every convenience for shipping bricks timber, ore, pig iron, grain, &c. The Company have a powerfu steam tug Manxman--by which vessels loading or discharging at their quay retowed to or from the Wild Roads free. The tug is also available for to wing vessels to or from o her points on the Dee at fixed charges.
Official.-Harb. Master and G. W. R. Co.'s Agent, W. E. James. SANDAY, Orkneys, in Sanday Island. Auth. Orkney Ilarb.
Commrs., under Orkney Harbs. Act, 1886. Tr.--I. Coal and merchandise ; E. Kelp, grain, and cattle. Accn. A stone pier 25ost long, carried out to oft LWST. ; also boat.slip. W. prev. SE., most dang. SSE. and SF.
Charges.--Harh., 15 10 30 tons, 2d reg. ton, 30 to 100 311, 100 to 150 4d, 150 and up 6d. Loading and unloading light goods 2d per BB, heavy 1/4 per ton, cools 6d, kelp 8d.
Official.--Harb. Master, Henry Burgher.
Auth. The Hon. C. Forbes Trefusis, under Prov. Orders of 1873 and 1881. Accn. Area 14 acres. D. ialt at Beacon LW., 6lt at Purhead LW., 16ft HW.
Charges.-4d per reg ton harbour dues ; loading and discharg. ing salt and coals 6d per to). Official.--Harb. a Mster, Capt. Trail. SANDSEND. A beck near the Port of Whitby. SANDSIDE HARBOUR, W. of Thurso, Caithness. A small
larb. with two good piers. Dry at LW,