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MISTLEY.-In Harbour, between Guard and Walton Ferry. MORECAMBE.-Morecambe Harb. MOSTYN. That part of Mostyn

Roads lying a little to the E. of Mostyn Gut, in the River Dee. NEATH.-Briton Ferry, near en

trance of Neath River. NEWCASTLE.*-Vessels proceeding

to Albert Edward Dock, Howdon Dock, or Tyne Dock: At entrance of Docks respectively. Vessels proceeding up River to Stations below Felling Buoys : In stream off Howdon Dock. Vessels proceeding to Stations above Felling Buoys: In stream off St. Lawrence.

NEWHAVEN.*-In stream between
Piers and Customs Watch-house.

Watch-house at Alexandra Dock, and Watch-house at entrance to Old Dock; also entrance to S. Dock (Alexandra Dock Extension). NEWQUAY.-The Harbour. NEYLAND. That part of Haven directly in front of town of Milford.

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PORTHCAWL.-In the Harbour. PORTINLLAEN.†-Portinllaen Bay. PORT ISAAC.t-The Harbour. PORTSMOUTH,* FAREHAM.T - In case of vessels deemed to be "infected," as defined in Art. 1, Part I. of Order of Local Gov. Board issued in General Order, and Vessels from infected places or districts: That part of Spithead bounded by lines connecting Spit Fort and outer Spit Buoy, the latter Buoy and W. Sturbridge Buoy, latter Buoy and Easternmost Buoy of measured mile, and that Buoy and Spit Fort. All other Vessels: That portion of Portsmouth Harbour in which Merchant Vessels are permitted to anchor.

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Isle of Sheppey. ROCHFORD. Opposite Coastguard ship in Quay Reach, River Roach. RUNCORN.-That part of River Mersey opposite shore which lies between Tranmere Ferry and Bromborough Pool. RYE.-Abreast of old Watch-house at Harbour in Inner Channel. SALCOMBE.-Between mouth of Harbour and Snap's Point. SANDWICH. Inside entrance of Harbour, or Haven, between Sandwich and N. Shore (or St. Augustine's) Coast Guard Stations. SAUNDERSFOOrt-Entrance of Harb. SCARBOROUGH.-Entrance of Har

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SHOREHAM.-Near entrance of Harbour, on Branch opposite Customs Watch-house and Kingston Wharf. SILLOTH.-Silloth Dock.

SOUTHAMPTON.*-Between Hamble Spit Buoy and Itchen Buoy. SOUTHEND.-On W. side of Southend Pierhead. SOUTHWOLD.T-Opposite Jetty, near entrance of Harbour.

ST. IVES.-That part of St. Ives Bay which is within half-mile of Pier-head.

STOCKTON. Cleveland Port or Cargo Fleet Reach, River Tees, within Port of Middlesbrough. SUNDERLAND.*-Entrance of Harbour near Hailing House, in River Wear, and at S. outlet of S. Docks. SUTTON WASH.-Entrance to River

Nene Outfall Cut, opposite Lighthouses. SWANSEA.-For S. Dock-half-tide basin of S. Dock. For N. Dock -half-tide basin of N. Dock. For River-New Cut, between trance thereof and first Bridge. For Prince of Wales' DockOuter basin of Prince of Wales' Dock.


TEIGNMOUTH.--Inside the Bar. TENBY.t-Entrance of Harbour. TOPSHAM.t-At Passage Way, Exmouth.

TORQUAY.-Entrance of Outer Harb. TRURO.-Falmouth Harbour. ULVERSTON.† Ramsden Dock Basin.

WATCHET.-The entrance of Harbour.


WELLS.-Between entrance of Har-
bour and Wells Quay.
WEYMOUTH.* - Weymouth
and Portland Roads.
WHITBY.-Whitby Harbour.
Tongue and Bulwark.
WHITSTABLE.-Whitstable Bay.
WISBEACH.-Entrance to River Nene
Outfall Cut, opposite Lighthouses.
WIVENHOE.t-In River Colne, off

Mersea Stone, Mersea Island on
one side and Brightlingsea on


WOODBRIDGE.t-Bawdsey Ferry, at entrance of River Deben.

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LEVEN.-Largo Bay.

LIMEKILNS.-The Harbour.
LITTLE FERRY.-The Harbour.
LOSSIEMOUTH.t-Mouth of Harbour.
MACDUFF. Banff Bay.
METHIL-Largo Bay.
MONTROSE.Within Bar at entrance
of River S. Esk, which is called the



bour. NAIRN.-Mouth of Harbour. NEWBURGH.-Within River Ythan, opposite village of Newburgh. NEWBURGH.†-Dundee Roads. NORTH BERWICK.†-In the Harbour. OBAN.-North Pier.


Gibbs Hole, or the Haroour

PERTH.T-Dundee Roads
PETERHEAD.-Bay or Harbour of
Peterhead, within Outer Piers.
PITTENWEEM.-Entrance of Pitten-

weem Harbour.


PORT GLASGOW.t-Tail of Bank off town of Greenock. PORTMAHOMACK.†-Mouth of Har


SCALLOWAY.-In the Harbour.
SCRABSTER.-Scrabster Roads.
ST. DAVIDS.-The Harbour.

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BALLINA.†-Inniscrone, in Co. of
Sligo, in Bay of Killala, outside
the entrance of River Moy.
-Moville in Lough Foyle.
BELFAST.*-Lower end of Thomson's
Bank, opposite Customs Watch-
house, and N.E. point of Queen's Is.
CARLINGFORD.†-Warrenpoint Roads
COLERAINE. At mouth of Bann,
near Coastguard Station.

CORK.- Between Spit Broy and
Town of Queenstown.
DONEGAL.t-Hassens in River.
DROGHEDA.-N. Crook, at entrance
of River Boyne.
DUBLIN.*—Halpin's Pond, at end of

North Wall.

DUNDALK.-Giles' Quay.
GALWAY.-Eastward, or under shel-

to be "infected," as defined by Art. 1, Part I. of the Order of the Local Gov. Board for Ireland, and vessels from infected places and districts, which shall bring-to in the Scattery Roads as heretofore. LISAHALLY.† Moville in Lough


LONDONDERRY.*-Moville in Lough


NEW ROSS.-Passage in Port o Waterford.

NEWRY.-Warrenpoint Roads. PORTRUSH.-At mouth of Bann, near Coastguard Station. QUOILE.+-Ballyhenry Bay, or Aud. ley's Bay.

ter of Mutton Island. GREENORE.t-Warrenpoint Roads. KILKEEL.-Warrenpoint Roads. KINGSTOWN.t-Red Buoy, known a3 No. 1 Buoy, opposite entrance to Kingstown Harbour and about 300 yards inside it. KINSALE.-Upper Cove, on E. side

of Harbour. LARNE.-Opposite Curran of Larne,

at entrance of Larne Lough. LIMERICK.-Vessels may proceed direct to their places of discharge, with the exception of vessels deemed

SLIGO. Rosses Point, opposite
Oyster Island.

TRALEE.-Samphire Roads. WARRENPOINT.-Warrenpoint Roads WATERFORD.*-In the case of vessels deemed to be "infected," as defined in Art. 1, Part I, of the Order of Local Government Board for Ireland, issued in General Order, and vessels from "infected" places or districts. [That part of Harbour opposite village of Passage East.]

For all vessels bound to New Ross. [That part of Harbour opposite village of Passage East.]

For all other vessels. [The intermediate space of River Suir, which lies between a line drawn from Cromwell's Rock on N. side to Graves' Wharf on the S. side, and Waterford Bridge.] WESTPORT AND NEWPORT.-Innisgort Harbour. WEXFORD.-South Bay Anchorage, in S. Bay, for vessels lightening or awaiting tides; Island side in Wexford Harbour for infected vessels ; and inside a line from Southern end of North Breakwater to Dockyard for all other vessels. WICKLOW.†- Wicklow Bay, between and mile from land, Black Castle bearing S.W., and Wicklow Head Lighthouse open. YOUGHAL.-Within entrance of Harbour of Youghal, between Blackball Head to Eastward and Ferry Point.

THE NEW INTERNATIONAL CODE OF SIGNALS, The use of which has been compulsory since January 1, 1902, consists of twenty-six flags and the pennant, the additional flags being for the letters A, E, I, O, U, X, Y, and Z. In the new code flag C is " yes," as before, flag D is "no," as before. Burgee flag B is now powder flag, and flag L


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CODE FLAC"AND ANSWERING PENNANT. When used as the "Code Flag, it is to be hoisted under the Ensign,

When used as the Answering Pennant, it is to be hoisted at the masthead or where best seen."

Flag P denotes, as

indicates cholera, yellow fever, or plague aboard. before, "About to proceed to sea," and flag Q is still "Quarantine" flag. Since January 1, 1902, the code pennant has been hoisted in the ordinary way, without the black ball.

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