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and a portable crane to 1,200 kgs, stationary crane Charges. Vessels loading or unloading pay the following commission dues, pilotage (C.) included, for each register ton :
Quay dues, river or dock, 20c per ton reg. net; trimming grain, 20/ per 1,000 qrs. ; unloading from 6oc to 1.20 fr. ; loading and discharging in dock, so fr to 100 fr per steamer ; general cargo, 1.20 fr; coal 165fr. Lighterage, grain to Sulina about £32 per 1,000 qrs.; min. 1,500 qrs. LV. 2,510 tons net reg. Officials. British Consul-Gen., Lieut.-Col. Henry Trotter, R.E., C.B. ; Vice Consul, Hon. H. Dundas; Harb. Master, Major Poemaru ; Port Auth., Capt. Ciudin; Lloyd's Agents, Watson & Youell. (See also Ibraila). GALLIPOLI, Italy. Lat. 40° 3' 25" N ; long. 17° 35' E.
Pop. About 11,755, and including the neighbouring surburbs 135,331. It is situated on an island united to the mainland by a bridge.Tr.--I. Wheat, rice, codfish, coffee, sugar, petroleum, sulphur, leather, coal, drugs, hardware, spirits, staves, iron, and silk ; E. Olive oil, wine, grapes, casks, dried figs, olivehusks, woolskins, and lupines. Accn. The port of Gallipoli is situated on the E. side of the Gulf of Taranto, and is perfectly safe except at the entrance, where there is a blind rock, “Raffo," towards the north, at about 400 metres from the lighthouse situated on the north of the new quay. A bell-buoy is placed on the rock. D. on the bar LWST 2.50 metres, and at En, 12 metres, for 122 metres of length is 13 metres, and for 182 metres is 7.50 metres, in the road is 14 metres. Vessels of 100 to 150 tons can come up close to the quay, larger vessels are loaded by lighters. Quays now dredging to 16ft water. Crane, 5c per cask, 20c per ton. Charges. Harbour dues : anchorage--sailing vessels, foreign, 50c per ton to 100 tons ; above, 8oc, good for 12 months ; steamers, $1.40 per ton, for 30 days, 12 months triple dues. Loading, 250 for every cask, other merchandise roc per quintal ; unloading, 300 per quintal, flour 250 per quintal. Pilotage. For vessels under 100 tons, 25 lire; 101 to 200 tons, 30 lire ; 201 to 300 tons, 35 lire ; 301 to 400 tons, 40 lire ; 401 to 500 tons, 45 lire ; 501 to 600 tons, 50 lire ; 601 to 700 tons, 55 lire; 701 to 800 tons, 60 lire; 801 to 900 tons, 65 lire ; 901 and above, 70 lire. Officials. Pilot, Achille Consiglio; Lloyd's Agent, L. Starace. GALLIPOLI, Turkey. Lat. 40° 24' 27” N; long. 26° 41' 25" E.
Pop. 10,574. Tr.-1. Sugar, coffee, rice, oil, petroleum, leather, iron, tobacco, calicoes, cloth, hardware, &c.; E, Cereals, canary seed, wine, aniseed, linseed, cheese, fish (salt and in tins), kid skins, goats' hair, onions, sponges, seeds, &c.
Accn. Vessels of any dst anchor in nisms, well sheltered, about 4 mile off shore. 12ft close to village. Loading safe except in souiherly wind. Salvage steamer (British) stationed. Coals from small lighters. Charges on loading and unloading merchandise. For bags (full) the lighters charge ad per bag ; for cases, 6d to iod each, according to size and weight. Pilotage. Not required. Officials. H B.M.'s Vice-Consul, and Lloyd's Agent, W. Grech ; Capt. of Port, Shakir Effendi. GALVESTON, U.S. Lat. 29° 16' 37" N ; long. 94° 49'41"
W. Pop. 40,000. Tr.-I. Coal, salt, coftee, ale, earthenware, iron, lumber, sisal grass, ciment, and general merchandise ; E. are almost entirely cotton, cotton seed, oil, and cake, oak and walnut ; timber, hides, wool, tallow, bones, wheat, maize Hour, staves, spelter, cattle, &c. Accn. Depth of water 28 to 29st on the bar, 25 to 3ost at berths. Jetties have been constructed. Charges. There are no port charges nor wharfage on vessel. Customs duty 1/3 per ton. Total expenses are about to 12s 6d per
Pilotage. 16/11 foot, in and out. Pilotage is usually paid inwards only, by vessels loading outside. Pilotage compulsory. Towage. £10 IIs 5d and £15 175 2 d. Officials. Harb. Master; H.B.M.'s Con ul, H. Nugent ; Lloyd's gent, B. Adoue. GAMLA CARLEBY, Finland. Lat. 63° 50' N ; long. 23° 9' E
Pop. About 4,000 Tr.-1. Coal, salt, E. Timber, deals, and tar. Accn. The harb. has D. 12 to 25st; and is safe from all winds. The Railway Mole has 10 to zost, and vessels load from and discharge into trucks. Charges. Light dues, 44 penni per ton inward ; same out ; in ballast, hall. Custom House 3 marks per day. Pilotage. According to distance, about 3 marks per ft dst. GARRUCHA, Spain. Lat. 37° 10' N; long. I 50' W. Any
depth anchorage in roads, but unsafe. Official. British Vice-Consul, F. F. Walker. GASPE, Canada. Lat. 48° 51' N ; long. 64° 12' W. Pop.
760. Tr.- 1. All kinds of general merchandise ; E. Lumber. fish, and oil. Accn. Vessels drawing 28ft can safely enter. An anchorage in 6 to 7 fms. One of the safest harbs, in the Dominion of Canada. Charges. Harb. master's fees about 2/ for 50 reg. tons.
Wharfage for vessel 300 tons 8,4 day. Pilotage. 4/2 foot, or according to agreement. Collector of Customs, J. J. Kavanagh ; Harb. Master, E. G. Eden ; Lloyd's Agents, J. & Ř. Lowndes. GEELONG, Victoria. Lat. 38° 8' 52"S; long. 144° 21' 47" E.
Pop. 26,500. Auth. Under direct Govt. control. Tr.-I. Manufactured goods of all descriptions, machinery, railway materials, liquors, wine and spirits, coal, iron, and lumber ; E. Potatoes, hides, tallow, grain, preserved meats, and wool. Accn. Entrance through Hopetoun Channel, width 13oft, will admit vessels to 23st at LW. ; Yarra St. Pier 810ft long, 24ft; Moorabool St. Pier, 300ft long, 20st ; Railway pier, 840ft long, 22}ft ; Custom jetty 150st long, 14ft ; freezing works 47oft long, 29st. Channel is now easily worked at night, being quite straight and well lighted. D. of W. in Hopetoun Channel at OLW is 23?ft. AST. 2lt 6in. IIW. 3 hours full and change ; NT. ist zin,
OT. ift noin (during easterly winds tides take off to 15in below zero). Three-ton crane on Yarra St. pier, two 2-ton cranes on Custom jetty for small craft only. LV. 9,000 gross tonnage. Charges. Light dues 6d per ton ; stevedoring 1/3 per ton. Pilotage. Č. on foreign vessels (see Melbourne). Officials. Engineer-in-Charge, C. W. Maclean ; Sub Collector of Customs, S. W. Judd ; Harb. Master, Geo. A. Molland.
GEESTEMUNDE. See Bremerhaven.
17° 7' E. Pop. 25,200. Tr.-I. Salt, grain, coal, &c. ; E. Planks, iron, and wood pulp. Accn. The outer harb. (4 English miles from the town) will admit vessels drawing 19 to 22ft., the inner harb. vessels of 13ft. Dredging operations in progress to deepen to 24st ; now 22 st. Vessels above most have to anchor at Bonan, about 8 miles from Gefle. Two patent slips nearly gooft in length are available. 40-ton shears. Charges. On a vessel of 250 tons £17. Pilotage. On a vessel of 250 reg. tons, from a foreign port in ballast, and bound to a foreign port with cargo, from sea, 12ft £i 4s 2 d; to sea, 15ft £i ICS 4d; on the river, mooring vessel 3/21. Official. H.B.M.'s Vice-Consul and Lloyd's Agent, Robert Carrick. GHEMLIK, Turkey. Pop. 10,000. Tr.-I. Coals, salt, &c. ;
E. Olive oil, olives, chromate ore, wheat, antimony, ore, barley, salted fish barrels, sardines, &c. Accn. Harb. has about 15ft water alongside wharf. Ghemlik is a safe port. GENOA, Italy. Lat. 44° 24' 18" N ; long. 8° 54' 24' E. Pop
resident, 234,244. Tr.-1. Cotton and woollen goods, chemicals, machinery, cochineal, indigo, grain, seeds, hides, sugar, coal and coke, wines, spirits, coffee, and iron ; E. Olive oil, hemp, flax, rice, fruits, wine, hats, vermicelli, cheese, steel, velvets, silk damask, gloves, flowers, paper, soap, marble, and jewellery in silver and coral. Accn. Genoa is the chief commercial seaport of Italy, and the largest vessel can enter harb., area 519 acres ; there are three piers and ten jetties, 34,oooft in all. D. alongside “Lucedio" quay from 49 to 72st, and D. at En. from 52 to 69st. There is a graving dock 285st long, and a floating dry dock 320st long; dry dock No. 1, 587st long, No. 2, 720ft long. Bonded ware. houses and cold storage. There are 12 jetties from quays. Cranes-4 steam, 51 hydraulic, and 14 hand-to lift 2 to 10 tons, foating pontoon with crane to 120 tons, floating crane to 30 tons, and sheers to 20 tons. Repairing establishment in port. Charges. Anchorage dues fr 1.40 per ton on steamers, 500 to 8oc on sailing vessels ; for a year, 4.20 lire per reg. ton, plus extra dues 0'05 lire per ton. Other disbursements light. Pilotage. Optional : 8c per ton net reg. on first 1,000 tons, 5c on second 1,000, over 2,000 tons 3 ctms. Minimum, 32 lire ; maximum, 160 lire. Italian measure. ment. Certificates of measurement (Italian) required ; no deductions allowed. Towage. As per agieement. Officials. The chief is now the Port Authority, Consorzio Autonomo; H.B.M.'s Consul. General, Wm. Keene ; Vice-Consul, R. G. Macbean; Lloyd's Agen:, G. Mingotti.
GEORGETOWN, Demerara. Lat. 6° 50' N ; long. 58° 12' W.
Pop. 53, 176. Tr.-I. Breadstuffs, provisions, lumber, shingles, shooks, slates, rice, tobacco, liquors, manufactured goods, and coal ; E. sugar, rum, molasses, hardwood, timber, greenheart, gold, iron and copper, Wallaba shingles, molascuit, charcoal, cocoa-nuts, balatta, gums, isinglass. diamonds. Accn. Only soft on the bar at LW., but vessels drawing 19ft can cross it at HWST.; steamers 20 to 21st. The river is navigable at HW. for vessels drawing 15ft as far as Christianburg, 70 miles from he entrance. Dry dock 23ost. Cranes listing up to 15 tons. Charges. Tonnage dues, &c. : Vessels above 70 tons 25c. per ton. Pilotage. £15 for post or under. For vessels shifting moorings in the river 12/6. Vessels arriving to try the market and not coming to an entry are exempterl, unless they take a pilot. Towage. Over the bar, from £5 to £100, according to tonnage and draught of water. Vessels over 1,700 and under 1,800 tons, on 17.3ft dst, £100. Hire of tug's hawser, ki Os. iod. Officials. Government Har. bour and Pilotage Staff. GEORGETOWN, P.E.I. Lat. 46° 8' 47' N ; long. 62° 27' 40"
W. Pop. 1,100. Tr.-I. All kinds of general merchan lise; E. Timber, barley, oats, potatoes, fish, &c. Accn. The harb. has 17st to 28ft about half a mile from town, 6ft at pier-end at LW. : Sp. rise 8ft, N. 5ft. ; well protected from winds and has safe anchorage for 500 ships. Pilotage. Inwards 2/6 foot, outwards 1'3 foot ; not compulsory. GEORGETOWN, U.S.A. Lat. 32° 22' N ; long: 79° 10' W;
land locked and safe harbour, 18st on bar ard at wharves. Pilotage. 11/3 per foot in, same out. Towage. £465 8d. GHENITCH or GHENITCHESK, Azof. Lat. 46° 45' N ;
long. 38° 39' E. Tr. Grain exports. Ancho'age in 16 to 2ost Pilotage. See Kertch. Charges. Customs, 4d tir. Anchorage 21 to 24 per ton. Official, Brit. Consular Agent, P. G. Costala. GHENT, Belgium. Lat. 51° 3' N ; long. 3° 44' E. Pop.
200,000. Tr.-I. Cotton, colonial produce, tin, machinery, manufactured goods, pig-iron, copper, rape seed, guano, coals, salt, timber, sleepers, Russian flax, tow, hemp, wool, yarns, chemicals, drugs, petroleum, chin 1-clay ; E. Flax, tow, fruit
, hops, marble, white lead, refined sugar, chicory, ragş, rape oil, linseed and rape seed cake, grain, shoddy, potatoes, bark, linen, flax-waste, iron girders, window glass, glassware, manufactured straw, phosphates, paper, strawboards, yarns, cement, &c. Accn. Canal i9 miles from Terneuzen. Bridges and sluices have a width of 4oft. A large new lock is to be made at entrance, and canal improved and bridges widened to 5ıft. Can now receive into its docks vessels up to 295ft in length and drawing 18st bin with 381t zin. beam. The navigation, pilotage, police, railways, and Customs offices, are all on the dock. The only compulsory taxes on vessels are dock-dues, wnich are moderate. The use of the sheds, bonding warehouses, and appliances for loading, unloading, or moving of goods is optional, and the charges are moderate. The canal which joins the port to the sea is 183ft broad at water-level, and offers every
security over its short extent of 30 kilometres. It is open both
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14'3st. Cranes, i to lift 25 tons, i to list 15 tons, 25 under construction to list 2. tons, 16 of 11 tons. Charges. Ghent dock and quay dues, 10 first voyages 35c per reg. ton, 15 following 30c, 15 following 24c, all others, 18c. Loading and discharging general goods 75€ per ton, rough goods, &c., 50 to 60c per ton. No light dues. Pilotage. On steamers of 16ft dft., sea to Terneusen (entrance to Ghent canal) about £7; Terneusen to sea, £4 16s. Brokers, John P. Best & Co., G. C. de Baerdemaecker, L. de Brabant, Holson & Co., Charles Mestdagh, Zeyen & de Ceunynck, Van Ysselstein & Co., British and Continental Shipping Co. Officials. Capt. of Port, A. Catoor ; Lieut. of Port, J. Fouquet ; British Vice-Consul, J. P. Bagge ; Lloyd's Agents, A. Bulcke & Co. GIBRALTAR. The new Mole Head is in lat. 36° 07' 17" N;
long. 5° 20' 49" W. Pop. About 28,000. THW. 1h 47m ; Sp. rise 4ft ; N. rise 2!st. Tr.-I. Cotton, linen, woollens, hardware, coal, iron, silk, tea, tobacco, staves, coffee, grain, flour, petroleum, timber, &c.; E. Wools, lead, copper. Accn. Vessels of any size can anchor in the bay in 3) to 25 fms. the only danger in entering being the Pearl Rock with soft water on it; minimum at quays 2oft. Dry docks, three in construction for Government, one to be opened scon; Commercial Mole nearly complete, and will shortly be opened, and all services reorganiseri. Since November last it is possible to dock the largest battleships in King Edward (No. 3) Dock. Hand cranes for 2 and 3 tons. Charges. Under 10 tons free ; over 10 tons, for every 100 tons or fraction thereof 2). No charge for loading or unloading merchandise, except when makin use of cranes, when a charge at the rate of 6/6 per 20 tons is made. Officials. Acting Captain of the Port and Superintendent, Commercial Mole, W. J. Chalk ; Lloyd's Agents, Smith, Imossi & Co. GIJON, Spain. Lat. 43° 35' N ; long. 5° 57' W. Pop. 35,000.
Tr.-I. Hardware, pig.iron, &c.; E. Nuts, coals, butter, and ores. Accn. Vessels drawing ust can lie alongside the quay o inner port. Vessels of 17ft bin dft. can discharge on quays at the outer harb. and alongside the Fomento quays. Tidal harb. dry at LW. Vessels drawing 15ft can enter (Iry dock at ST. Cranes of 15 and 8 tons, three of 6 tons. Charges. Harb. and port improvement dues :
Pesetas Coastwise, loading coal, coke, and iron ore ...
0'075 iron, pigs
0*275 discharging coal, coke, and iron ore
0'075 Enrope, loading coal, coke and iron ore other cargoes...
0*35 discharging pitch, bricks, sand, clay, and flint Africa and America, discharging all cargoes except minerals
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