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Bassein to Dalhousie, two-thirdi outwaril rates. Schedule of pilotage rates on and after 13th May, 1951, for all vessels from Diamond Island to town and vice versa :
rs. a. p.
rs. 2. p. rs. 2. P. To 7 feet 59
79 5 4 7 to 8,, 63
8 8 9, 76 8 0 76 8 O
19 2 0
O 95 10 O 103 O 10 85 0 O 85 o 21 4 o 28
5 4 106
4 O 113 5 4 ..21 0 121 0 30 4 0 40 5 4 151 4
5 11 I 2 132
o 170 0 O 12 13 143 O 143 0 35 12 47 10 8 178 12
190 10 8 14, 144
5 4 15 202 8 O 202 8 0 50 10 67 8
0 270 0 15 16 216 O O 216
0 0 288
00 12 87 12 O 303 12 351 18 19 » 304 0327 12 76
0109 4 0380 0
o o 460 20, 21
0 0 21 22 o 484 O I10
5 4 530 0 645 5 4 22 23 )
0 674 10 8 480 0 o 528 O O 120
600 24 25 )
0 o 190 10 8.650 O o 762 10 8
OOOO OOO OOO OOO O OOO 00
o 286 14
Towage. The Port authorities have purchased a powerful tug, which has been available from January, 1903. Rates according to the scale laid down. Official, Port Officer, Collector of Customs, and Superintendent of Mercantile Marine, C. R. Ford, Commander, R.I.M.; Inspector Preventive Service, P. P. Sartorius. BASTIA, Corsica. Lat. 42° 43' N ; long. 9° 26' E. Pop.
30,000. Tr.-E. Oil, wine, goatskins, citrons. Accn. In new port vessels berth alongside quays. D. at quays 20 to 25ft. Old port for small vessels. Charges. Quay dues as for all French ports, sanitary 15c per reg. ton ; loading or discharging ifr. 25c. per ton. Pilotage. C, 8c to 10c per reg. ton. Chief commercial port of Corsica. Broker, H.B.M.'s Vice-Consul, Arthur C. Southwell. BATAVIA, Java. Lat. 6° 7' 40" S; leng. 106° 48' 75" E. Pop.
Tr.-I. Opium, petroleum, coals, iron, piece-goods, and provisions of various kinds, &c.; E. Sugar, rice, coffee, spices, hides, arrack, tea, &c. Accn. Usual anchorage for large ships about a mile from pier-head in 5 or 6 fms. No harb., only roads. Vessels discharged and loaded by lighters. See also Tanjong Priok. Official. H.B. M.'s Consul, D, D. Fraser. BATHURST, Africa. Lat. 13° 28' N ; long. 16° 34' W. Pop.
7,000. Tr.-1. Salt, gunpowder, &c.; E. Rice (native), ground nuts, cotton, teak, camwood, palm-oil, gum, beeswax, hides, ivory, gold, tortoiseshell, &c. Accn. D. at entrance 41 to gft, at quays 17ft' LW., in the channel at LW. is 25ft ; anchorage close to the town in 7 to 14f0s. There is a Government pier 170ft out, with T end 217ft. Tides rise 5 to 9ft according to
the season. No docks. Charges. Loading and unloading merchandise 1/ to 2/ per diem, according to paucity or otherwise of labourers. Pilotage. C. for vessels over 100 tons between Bathurst and MacCarthy's Island, in Gambia. Pilotage dues have been superseded by buoyage dues, as follows:-Vessels of and under 20 reg. tons gross, 10; on every entry ; over 20 ions and less than 50, 205.; over 50 tons 5s per ft., in and out ; mail steamers exempt. Officials. A Navigation and Pilotage Board has been constituted, July, 1894. Harb. Master and Collector of Customs, T. E. Peirce ; Tide Surveyor and Wharf Master, S. F. Leigh ; Customs Chief Clerk, S. T. Auber, Gambia, W.C.A. ; Lloyd's Agent, H. Goddard. BATHURST, New Brunswick. Lat 48° N. ; long. 66° W.
Bathurst is situated on the S. coast of Chaleur Bay, about 62 miles from the entrance. Tr.-E. Deals, timber, and fish. Accn. There are good wharves where yes els drawing 13ft can lie afloat. Vessels of 6ft dft can reach the town at low water, and up to 12't dst at high water. The bar is about 5 miles from the town. The anchorage outside bar is safe for vessels of any size in 51 to 6 1ms. Charges. Harbour Master's fee 5cc to $5 according to size of vessel. Sick Mariners' Fund 2c per ton. Pilotage. $1 200 per ton in to the forks of channel, and $I 40c forks to wharf, shifting $4, going out from wharf $1 per st. Steamers an additional ic per ton inward. Stevedores 900 to $1 per standard.
No harb. dues. Official. Harb. Master, Nazaire Ilockey. BATH, U.S. Lat. 43° 42' N ; long. 69° 46' W. Pop. About
7,875. Tr.-I. From abroad, iron, salt, coals, and shipbuilding materials ; E. Ice, lumber, hay, and felspar. Accn. The river front is lined with good wharves, and affords every facility for loading and unloading. The water is deep enough to admit the largest vessels. There is a patent slip railway for vessels up to 1,000 tons. Charges. On 1,094 ton vessels £222 155. Pilotage. Vessels drawing less than 1511 6/3 foot, 1510 to poft 8/4 foot, over 20ft 10/5 foot. Towage. According to agreement, generally from £ 3 to 2 10. BATOUM, Russia. Lat. 41° 39' 19" N ; long. 41° 37' 21" E.
Pop. 30,000. Tr.-1. Iron-tank plates, tin plates, ron pipes, fire-bricks, salt petre, and empty barrels ; E. Petroleum products and manganese. Mail steamers to Odessa. Accn. Harb. has deep water 5 to 1ofms close to shore. No docks. En. 300sms. There is a breakwater for the use of petroleum steamers with zolt water alongside, where five steamers can load at same time. Steam floating crane belonging to the Russian Steam Nav. and Trading Co. Two cranes, 25 and 50 tons lifting capacity. Ry. Transcaucasian, which connects with harb. LV. 10,000 tons gross. Charges. Tonnage dues 10 cop per ton iowards, and 10 outwards, per new tariff; mooring dues, rub. 20 per vessel, and 50 cop per st on draught, with rul). 10 to 15 for pilot boat's assistance; quarantine
cop per ton. Pilotage. 2 cop per ton reg: ; customs guard So cop per day, mooring in outer harb. Passenger steamers, rub. 10; cargo steamers, rub. 20; no charge for inner harb. ; loading and unloading i to cop per poud ; town dues, I cop per poud. Officials. 11.B. M.'s Consul, P. Stevens ; Capt. of the Commercial Port, Baron Fitinhoff-Schel; Lloyd's Agents, Fritz Burkhardt & Co.
BAYONNE, France. (Signal Tower.) Lat. 43° 29' N;
long. 1° 28' w. Pop. About 30,000. Tr.-I. Phosphate, pitch, salt fish, coal, grain, iron ore, creosote ; E. Props, resin, timber, salt, ores, flour, forged iron, and steel. Accn. Port Bayonne well protected, but at Le Boucau berths exposed to
range” from the bar. D. Varies according to winds and water in river. Vessels drawing from 18 to 25ft can enter according to tides,
ordinary high " to "equinoxial springs.” LW. level about 14ft. HW. ordinary springs, 19 to 22ft. W. NW.gales affect the passing the bar. No. 5 sea highest, safe ; can enter No. 7 according to water and draught and size of vessel. New steam crane to list 30 tons. Charges. Port dues : vessels from America with cargo, per reg. ton-Quay Ifr, sanitary 15c, tonnage 8oc, fixed 300 ; from Europe with cargo per reg. ton-Quay 50c, sanitary roc, tonnage Soc, fixed 300. În ballast, g'o5fc per reg. ton, in or out, with cargo O‘30fc per reg. ton out. Brokerage. 5oc per ton cargo, grain ; 100fc lump sum cargo, coals. Entering (clearing in ballast included): 250 per ton reg. ordinary cargo; 250 per ton reg., ballast. Clearing, 250 per ton cargo ; 250 per ton reg. in ballast. Chartering : 3 p.c. commission. Loading and discharging by agreement. Steamcranes available at Boucau and Bayonne. Dry dock. Pilotage from the Bar to Boucau or Bayonne.
Sailing. Steamers. Sailing. Steamers.
81 to 121 181
1 20 180 220 320 120 520 620
421 » 521 ) 621 1 721 1
10.50 15.40 18.80 25.70 32.60 40.25 43.75 49 53.50 57.75 61.25 64.90
11.30 14.70 19.12 24 25 27.75 31 34.50 37.75 39.75 42.65
1,000 1,001 ,, 1,200 1,201 » 1,500
From Sea to Bar, co to 300 t.r., sail 6ofcs, steam 3ofcs ; 301 to 500 t.r., sail goscs, steam 45ics; 501 to 1,000 t.r., sail 150fcs, steam 75fcs; 1,001 t: 1,500 tr., sail 200fcs, steam roofcs; pilotages between sunset and sunris, double. Officials.-Commissaire de l'Inscription Maritime, Dudrumel ; Capitaine de Port, F. Yribarren ; Pilote Major de la Barre, Goalard; H.B.M.'s Vice - Consul, Paul Schoedelin; Lloyd's Agents, Ader & Co. ; Ship Brokers, MM. Berho and Lagravere ; M. Duverdier. BAY VERTE, New Brunswick. Lat. 46° N. ; long. 64° W.
The bay is open to E. winds and is dangerous during the winter months. Tr.-E. Timber. Accn. Vessels can load up to 16ft about i} miles off Roach Head, and to 20ft about 3 miles off. Charges. Sick Mariners' Fund 2c a ton. No harbour dues ; but, if vessels load on the Nova Scotia side, clearance must be effected at Amhurst. Pilotage. In and out, for a vessel of 400 tons, $20. BEAUFORT, S. Carolina, U.S. Lat. 32° 26' N ; long;
80° 40' W. Pop. 7,890. Tr.-1. General merchandise, iron pyrites, and sulphur ; E. Lumber, phosphates, and Sea Island cotton. W. of E. 3 miles. Accn. Port can be entered either by St. Iielena or Port Royal. Vessels of 14ft dft can reach the town at LW., and load from 16ft to post at Sea Island Co.'s Docks, or to 27st at Port Royal Dock, and anchor near town. Vessels of 27st dít can cross the bar and ascend to within four miles of the town. Charges. $10 on foreign vessels, $5 on coast wise (American). Loading and unloading 20c per ton. Pilotage. See St. Helena Sound. Towage. About 4d to 5d reg. ton inwards, and 7d out wards, but ships usually sail in. Officials. U.S. Commisr., Thomas G. White ; Br. Vice-Consul, J. E. Kessler. BEIRA. Port of Manica, Moçambique Co.'s territories, and of
Mashonaland ; at mouths of Pungwe and Busi rivers, terininus of the Beira-Mashonaland Railway. Lat. 19° 50' ; long. 34° 50'. Auth. Portuguese. Tr:- 1. Mining machinery, provisions, native barter, and general goods; E. Small quantities indiarubber and beeswax. Accn. En. to harb. 9sms HWST., 6fms LWST. well buoyed. Small dock in course of construction to accommodate vessels of 700 tons. 200 tons per day by lighters ; four 4-ton, and one each 3, 5 and 15 ton steam cranes ; light iron pier with 22st at LW. for small vessels. Depth of water 13ft ; Rise of St. 2oft. THW. f. and c. 4h 22m. W. Prev. SE. and E. LV. Manchester Port (about 10,000 tons). Charges. Import and export duties according to general Moçambique tarift. Landing, 10/ per ton ; port charge for vessel of 1,000 tons, £18 135 1od ; 500 tons, 27 138 iod. Wharfage, cach passenger and animal 1/6, each ton of cargo, 43d. Pilotage. NC.Officials. Port Captain, João dos Santos Jardim ; Director of Customs, João Pery de Liod ; H.B.M.'s Consul, R. C. F. Greville ; Vice Consul, R. B. Miller. BEIRUT, Syria. Lat. 33° 54' 27" N ; long. 35° 29' 4". E.
Pop. 120,000. Tr.-I. Manchester goods, iron, rice coal, earthen ware, drugs, sugar, coffee, fancy articles, &c.; E. Silk, olive oil, grains, lemons and oranges, &c. Accn. Anchorage : there are three different anchorages at Beirut, viz. : ist, inside the harb., which has an area of 19 square hectares, depth of anchorage averaging from 25 to 45ft-vessels paying įd per reg. ton for each period of three days ; 2nd, outside the harb. but under cover of the breakwater, where half dues are levied-depth varying from 40 to 100 fms., entrance, 48st; 3rd, outside the harb. with depth of 100 sms. and upwards. Ships in the latter anchorage are exposed to NW. winds. Charges. jd on each reg. ton for each three days, and nis. for discharging alongside quay each day, and is per ton into lighters which contain only a few tons, and goods from which when landed on quay are subject to de lay. Officials. H.B.M.'s ConsulGeneral, R. Drummond Hay, C.M.G. ; Vice Consul, i a French Harb. Master, and a Turkish Captain of Port. BELIZE, British Honduras. Lat. 17° 29' 20" N; long.
88° 11' 53" W ; this is the lat, and long. of Fort George on the N. side of the entrance to the river. Pop. of colony about 37,479.
Auth. Coll, of Customs and Harb. Master. Tri1. Chiefly breadstuffs, cotton manufactures, and hard-wares ; E. Cedar, mahogany, rosewood, logwood, sarsaparilla, cocoanuts, deer skins, tortoiseshells, sugar, bananas, plantains, pranges, Avocado pears, pine-apples, limes, mangoes, and specie. Accn. The harb, has from 25 to 4 fms of water, with the exception of one patch of 3 fms in the middle of the basin. The town of Belize stands on both sides of the mouth of the river. Charges.
Light dues 12°c ton. Reg. maximum $125. Tariff as schedule.
Tr.-I. Cotton, woollen, silken, anci other manufactures, coal, iron, firearms, sugar, boards, spirits, wines, tobacco, oil, skins, petroleum, &c. E. Barley, wheat, cattle, wool, butter, eggs, skins, madder, salt, sheep, ivory, ostrich feathers, sponges. Accn. No vessel drawing over 6ft can enter. D. From 1 to 8ft. W. of E. from 400 to 605 yards. Charges. Sanitary dues id per ton ; lighthouse id per ton; labourage crew of barges iod to 1/8; landing stage dues id to 5d, according to size of parcels or bales,
Pilotage. 15/ to 301, according to size. Official. H.B.M.'s Consul, J. 11. Monahan. BENGUELA, Africa. Lat. 12° 33' 54" S; long. 13° 25' 9" E.
Pop. About 3,000. Tr.--Very little done here. E. Rubber, wax, and hides. Accn. The anchorage, about a mile from town, in 4 to 6sms, is exposed to all winds. Two Portuguese steamers per month. See also St. Paul de Loanda. BENICARLO, Spain. Lat. 40° 28' N ; long. 0° 25 E. Tr.
I. Hardware and manufacturea goods; E. Wine, fruit, &c. A fine roadstead of any depth of water. Charges. Light dues 24d per ton. Tonnage 18 to 2/. BENIN, Africa. Lat. 5° 46' 1" N ; long. 5° 3' 5” E. Tr.
I. Tobacco, spirits, cotton goods, and sundries; E. Palm-oil, palm kernels, rubber, and timber. Accn. D. On actual bar gft to izst, and in the channel 12st NT, and 17ft ST by creeks. Vessels drawing 17st. can ascend river to Sapele. Official. H.B.M.'s Vice-Consul, Ř. F. Locke, and Deputy-Commissioner for the Western Division of Niger Coast Protectorate. ; Lloyd's Agent, J. E. Dickinson. BENI SAF, Algeria. Lat. 35° 19' 8" N ; long. 1° 20' E.
Pop. 5,400. Tr.-E. Iron ore. Accn. A newly constructed commodions harbour of 45 acres. Workshop for repairing ships of all kinds, but on a small scale. D. at En. 28ft. Cnarges. None. Pilotage. £i, in and out. BERBICE, British Guiana. Lat. 6° 20' N ; long. 57o 30 W.
Pop. 8,903. Tr.-E. Iides, cotton, timber, sugar, rum, cocoa nuts, balatto, &c.. Accn. D. on bar at HW. 15ft, and 6ft LW.; the rise and fall of ST. are rost, and oft NT. No docks. Charges, &c., see Georgetown. BERDIANSK (Taganrog), Russia. Lat. 46° 38' 18" N;
long. 36° 47' 40" E. Pop. 30,000. Tr.-E. Wheat, barley, linseed, hemp, wool, and skins. Accn. Usual anchorage 2 miles S. W. of town. Breakwater constructed in 14f1 of water, extending 1,073yds from shore. D. in harbour from oft to roft, according to wind. A new port is finished, with 14st water. Charges. On a steamer of 1,000 tons loading from 12 to 15,000 chetwerts, including labourers, &c., about £65. BERGEN, Norway. Lat. 60° 24' N; long. 5° 17' E. Pop:
73,000. THW. f. and c 1h 30m ; 05. rise 4st. Tr.1. Grain, salt, iron and coal, hardware, coffee, sugar, wines, spirits ;