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To the Ballast
Officials.-Pier Master, Jas. Kelly; Cust., F. Harris.
All vessels to pay this tariff in full. 1
Light or in ballast, 5/ less.
Point to Eling, Redbridge, Northam, or Chapel, I 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. 20ft, 7/, above 20ft, 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, 1/6 per foot; and for any intermediate distance a proportionate part of the above rates. These rates are reduced one-fourth in respect to vessels propelled or towed by steam. If a master choose to retain or employ a pilot while at anchor, the charge for the lay days is 7/6 per day.
Officials.-L. & S.W.R. Co. Docks and Marine Superintendent, T. M. Williams; Assist. Supt. and Dock Master, Capt. G. H. Lewis; Clerk to the Harb. Board, J. E. Pailthorpe; Harbour Master, Capt. C. Cottrell; Lloyd's Agent, J. E. LeFeuvre; Lloyd's Survs., Messrs. Coomber and Edwards.
Brokers.-Haddon & Beavis and Sandell Bros.
Hotels."Dolphin," "South Western," " 'Radley's," "Royal," "Star," "Dolphin," &c.
SOUTH BASIN, North Uist. Lat. 57° 35' N; long. 7° 3 W. A well-sheltered harb., with a pier having 7ft. at LW. alongside. Harbour Master, A M.cDonald. SOUTHEND, Essex. River Thames. Pier 1 miles long, for passengers only, with electric railway in summer. D. at head of the pier, HWST. 27ft; LWST. 9ft; HWNT. 24ft; LWNT. 10ft. A pier for discharging and loading goods, with ST. 10ft, NT. 6ft. No harb. dues. Yachting station. Rys. L.T. & S., G. E.
PORT DIRECTORY-BRITISH PORTS.
Lat. 52° 20' N; long. I 39' E.
Situate on the River Welland,
15m SW. from Clayhole in Boston Deeps. THW. f. and c. 7h 30m. Auth. The River Welland Outfall Trustees. D. of water at Sp., 7ft to 9ft. Vessels up to 60ft in length can swing. Accn. Two ship carpenters and slipways.
Charges.-River Welland dues, 9d per ton, on the reg. of the vessel. Coals and road materials 6d per ton; cake manure and other merchandise, Is per ton.
Pilotage. Clayhole to Fosdyke Bridge, under 8ft, 1/9 per ft; over 8ft, 2/ per ft; Fosdyke Bridge to Spalding, 1/ per ft.
Officials. Clerks, Calthrop and Leopold Harvey, solicitors, Spalding; Supt., J. K. Fosdyke; Harb. Master, Joseph Atkin. Hotels.-"White Hart," "Red Lion."
SPITHEAD. A roadstead of the English Channel, between Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight, facing Portsmouth Harb. About 10m in length and 4 in breadth, and could hold 1,000 vessels in safety; principal rendezvous of the British Navy. D. Sufficient for largest vessels afloat. THW. at f. and c. 11h 20m. STAIRHAVEN, Wigtownshire, Scotland. Auth. Owner, Earl of Stair. A small harb. dry at LW., with 14ft Used by coasters. HWST and 8ft at HWNT. STAXIGOL, Caithness, near Wick. There is a stone pier, dry at LW., at this place.
STIRLING, Stirlingshire, Scotland. Lat. 56° 6' N ; long. 3° 59 W., situated at the head of the Frith of Fort. Rys. Cal. and N. B. Auth. Forth Navigation Commissioners. Tr. -I. General, barley, oilcake, salt, timber, staves. THW. f. and c. 3h 52m. Berths, four. Cranes, one to lift about five tons. dues, &c., foreign vessels Id, and British Id per ton reg.
Official.-Harb. Master, John Stevenson.
Charges.-Port charges on ships vary from 44d to 7d per ton,
Towage.-To or from sea, light, 6d per ton; loaded 7d per ton. Officials.-Sec. to Commrs., J. H. Amos; Engineer, G. J. Clarke; Harb. Master, H. W. Livett; Coll. of H. M. Cust., J. Macrae.
STOCKWITH Canal Port, Nottinghamshire, under Port of
Auth. G.C.Ry. Co.
Charges.-2d per ton inwards and outwards with cargo; in-
120 to 150 tons, 11/;
Pilotage.-30 to 50 tons, 5/; 50 to 60 tons, 6; 60 to 80 tons, 7/; 80 to 100 tons, 9/; 100 to 120 tons, 10 150 to 200 tons, 12/; over 200 tons, 14/. Officials. Harb. Master, Capt. J. Moir; Berthing Master, John Duncan.
STORNOWAY, Island of Lewis. Lat. 58° 11' 28" N; long. 6° 22' 10" W. Commissioners, incorporated by Act 28 and 29 Vic. c. 76. P. Pop. 3,711. Auth. Harbour NC. THW. 6h 46m; Sp. rise 13ft; N. rise 9ft. D. There is no bar. En. to harb. 8 fathoms. W. prev. SW. Ry. H. (D. & S.) Tr.-I. Timber, salt, tar, coal, cement, bricks, flour, &c.; E. Herrings, cured cod and ling, fish, eggs, cattle, &c. LV. 2,722 reg. ton. ; largest dft. 25ft. Vessels of 3,800 tons have anchored in the harb. Accn. Stornoway lies in a deep loch or bay on E. coast of Island of Lewis, and has an area of 150 acres of anchorage, sheltered from all winds. General depth of water 18 to 36ft; a bottom of sand and mud. There are about 900yds of quay wall, 580yds wharfage, and a LW. pier. There is also a patent slip, 140ft long, 24ft wide. are several warehouses. H. of T., ST. 9ft; NT. 5ft. There Coal hulks moored in outer harbour. Lloyd's Signal Station at Butt of Lewis, with telegraph communication.
Charges. Harb. dues coastwise 3d per ton; foreign 6d per ton; in ballast and not loading cargo 1d per ton. charged on steamers coaling or windbound. No dues
Pilotage. District not defined. Rates by agreement.
Officials.-Sec., Arch. Munro; Harb. Master, Thomas Morrison; Coll., A. Campbell; Clerk in Charge, W. C. Thomson; Lloyd's Agent, John McKenzie.
STRANGFORD, Co. Down, Ireland, seven miles from Down-
Pilotage. Per agreement.
STRANRAER, Wigtown. Lat. 54° 54′ 40′′ N; long. 5° 1' 40" W. Pop. 6,342. Auth. Town Council, as Harbour Commissioners, acting under Harbour Act, 1847, and Burgh Harbours Act (Scot.), 1853. THW. (Loch Ryan) 11h 12m; Sp. rise 12ft; N. rise 9ft. D. on bar or entrance and in channel, 5tt at LW. W. most dangerous N. and NW. Ry. Cal. (Port Patrick), and Ayrshire and Wigtownshire. Tr.--I. Timber, coal, provisions, manure, &c.; E. Agricultural produce. LV. about 300 tons. Accn. Being a tidal harb. no vessels can enter at LW. Stranraer at the head of a loch has two piers extending into the sea, of which the eastern is 80oyds long, with a depth of 9ft at LW. Extensive and secure anchorage in roadstead.
Charges. Harbour dues, 50 to 100 tons reg., 34d ton; 100 to 150 tons, 4d; 150 to 200 tons, 5d; 200 tons and upwards, 6d. Same outward. Vessels in ballast id ton.
Pilotage.-District not defined.
Rates. Roadstead to harb.
and vice versa, 5/ per vessel. Towage.- None.
Officials.-Town Clerk and Clerk to Comrs.. W. Black; Coll. of Cust., J. Terry; Harb. Mast, J.Walls; Lloyd's Agent, G. Langlands. STRANTÓN, Durham. Small port 2m. SW. from W. Hartlepool. STROMNESS, Hoy Sound, Pomona, Orkneys. On SW. coast of the island. A safe harb. with 2 piers, having 1oft at LWST. alongside. Auth. Harbour Commissioners under the Stromness Harbour Act, 1897. Used by steamers up to 1,500 tons. There are two patent slipways. A lifeboat station. THW. at t. and c. 9h om.
Charges-Harb. dues, 2d coastwise, 5d foreign.
visited by coasting vessels.
STROOD, Kent, on the Medway, a suburb of Rochester, which see. SUNDERLAND, Durham. On both sides of the river Wear. Lat. 54° 54' N; long. 1° 22' W. Pop. 147,000. Auth. The River Wear Commissioners are Conservators of Port and are the owners of the South docks. The N. E. Ry. Co. own the North dock. Graving docks as below. THW. 3h 22m; Sp. rise 141ft; N. rise 11ft; Ř. of N. 7 ft. D. in channel between the docks and the sea, generally, HWST. 25ft; NT. 22ft. Ry. N. E. Tr.I. Timber, grain, iron ore, esparto, &c.; E. Coals and coke, iron, bottles, glass, &c. There are the following Docks :—
Total Dock Area...
A small harbour
There are numerous coal staiths; many iron shipbuilding yards, and marine engineering works. Warehouse accommodation. Timber yards. All connected with railway (N. E. Co.). Steam, hydraulic, and electric cranes. Steam sheers. Extensive wharfage and quayage space. Graving Docks, &c. :
Charges.-Port tonnage dues id to 3d ton. Lighthouse dues d ton. Refuge dues I'd ton. Port duty on coal 1d ton. Anchorage 1/2 ship. River watch ad ton. Port dues on goods.South Dock rates: Tonnage dues 2d to 1/ per ton; bunkering rate 2d per ton; 1d per ton port dues, in dock, irrespective of destination. North dock tonnage rates, 2d to 6d inwards, d, id, and 2d outwards. Dock watermen ad per ton. These charges include all mooring.-North Dock. Tonnage rates from 2d to 6d ton inwards, and d, Id, and 2d ton outwards.
Pilotage. District. From Souter Point to Ryhope Dene, and the whole port and harb. of Sunderland. Rates. For all vessels into or out of Sunderland 1/6 foot. In addition to these pilotage dues, vessels above 350 tons reg. pay d ton on the excess of reg. tonnage over and above that number of tons.
Towage.--Inwards.-Sailing vessels from within the ballast buoys to any part of the docks or river below the bridge Id; when a second tug is employed, Id additional; sailing vessels from within the piers either to the docks or river Id; steam vessels from sea either to docks or river Id reg. ton. All vessels under 80 reg. tons, either to docks or river 10s each. Outwards. Sailing vessels from any part of the South Docks to sea, or from the North Dock to sea by the river Id (when two tugs are employed, 50 per cent. additional for the whole towage service); sailing vessels from any tier or berth in or below the rack to sea, either by river or through the dock 14d (should the vessel remain in the dock over the tide, then id per reg. ton; and when towed to sea, the outward rate of 1d); steam vessels to sea, either from the docks or river or through the docks Id reg. ton. All vessels under 80 reg. tons, either from the docks or river 10 each. Harbour Towage, &c. All vessels from any ballast wharf to any tier or berth in or below the rack, up to 240 tons d; for each ton above 240 tons d (no less charge than 5/ per vessel); all vessels from any part of the North or South Docks, to, in, or below the rack, up or down id (no less charge than 7/6 per vessel); all vessels from the North Docks to the Commissioners' Graving Docks, or any part of the South Docks each way id; all vessels from any tier or