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LAGOS, Portugal.

7,881. wines, and fruits. Accn. Lat. 37° 8' N.; long., 8° 37′ W. Pop. Tr.-E. Preserved tunnies and anchovies, to 10lms. Vessels of Sft dit, can enter river at HW. with pilot. Well-sheltered anchorage in bay in 7 LAGUNA de TERMINOS, Isla del Carmen, Mexico. Lat. 18° 38′ 44′′ N; long. 91.

51' 22" W. Pop. 8,000. Tr. (Isla del Carmen).-I. Cotton goods,
provisions, crockery wares, wine, maize, flour, coal, pinelumber,
Hoor and roof tiles; E. Logwood, cedar, hides, deer skins, alligator
skins, mahogany, indiarubber, chicle, cocoanuts, and fustic. Accn.
Wharves are run out from town to depth of from 13ft to 18ft, and
vessels load alongside them to 13ft.
(land breeze), Charges. Lighthouse dues $50 loaded; ballast
$25; hospital dues $39, and bill of health $13; wharfage $5 per reg.
W. NE. (sea breeze, SE.
ton; minor barges, about $25. Pilotage. $1.75 per foot. Tow.
age. There are tugboats for towing vessels over the bar, charges
$75 to $100. Official. H.B.M.'s Vice-Consul, G. Hahn.

LAMMOO, Zanzibar. Lat. 2° 43′ S; long. 40° 56′ 21′′ E,
Grain, ivory, rubber, rhinoceri horns, gum, wax, skins, maize,
Tr.-I. Cotton goods, gum, powder, iron; E.
Accn. Has a secure port, with anchorage deep enough for any
vessel when inside. Vessels of 18ft dft. can enter the harb. at
LW.; Sp. rise 11ft.
LANDERNEAU, France. Pop. About 7,000. Tr.-I. Salt,
Official. Sup. of Dist., D. Maclennan.
oats, cheese, butter, eggs. Accn. The harb. is formed by the
coal, iron, and steel; E. Grain, wheat, barley,
mouth of the river Elorn. There is 7ft at HWNT., and 13ft at ST.
The harb. can be entered by vessels of about 300 tons. Charges
Dues on a vessel of 66 tons, drawing 10ft, about £6. Pilotage.
On vessel of 66 reg. tons, 114 tons burthen, drawing 1oft, Brest to
Landerneau 11/1, and vice versa. If a pilot be detained after the first
day he is employed, his pay is 3/2 per day. Broker. C. Caill.
LANSKRONA, Sweden. Lat. 55° 52' N; long. 12° 50' E.
Tr.-I. Coals, coke, soda,


per reg. ton.

Pop. 15,000.

raw sugar, machinery, cattle food, &c.; E. Oats, barley, wheat, oxen, pigs, sheep, butter, deals, boards, timber, refined sugar, Accn. Has an excellent harb. with depth up to 35ft. Quays in inner harb. 15ft. A fine iron hand crane lifting 18 tons. Charges. Last money, inward, 10 ore; outward, 10 ore out, all with 10 per cent. reduction, but after January 1, 1895, the light Light dues in, loaded, 30 ore; ballasted, 15 ore; same dues are 25 ore per reg. ton in and out. Harb. dues, foreign, in, II ore; out, 11 ore; coasting, in, 8 ore; out, 8 ore per reg. ton. Seaman's house duty, foreign, 3 ore per reg. ton. On a vessel of 200 reg. tons, 10 ft in, summer, 20 ore; winter, 13 crowns 90 ore; 14ft out, summer, 16 crowns 70 ore; winter, 20 crowns 70 ore. Pilotage. Ships in tow without pilot on board pay half pilotage. Officials. Head Cust. House Officer, Johan Hilding; Harb. Master, L. A. Full pilotage for all vessels. Jacobson; H. B.M.'s Vice-Consul, F. E. Neess.

II crowns

LANZAROTE, Canary Islands. This island lies between Pop. 17,545. The port is "Puerto Arecife," southward of the town, 28 50' by 29 15′ N; and 13 26' by 13° 53' W. and is a small sheltered space protected by Quemado Islet, but is

only available for very small coasters. The only harb. in the island is Port Naos, with Arecife about half a mile to the W. of the anchorage. Accn. There are three moles, accessible only to lighters-one at any time, the others only at high water. Good and safe anchorage in roadstead, except in strong E., SE. and S. winds. One I ton hand crane. Official. Lloyd's Agent, John G. Topham. LARAICHE, Morocco. Vessels drawing not

more than

IIft, anchor in river about 1,000 yards inside bar, and load or unload by lighters at a small quay; other vessels anchor outside bar, and load and discharge by lighters. Inside the bar the anchorage is safe; outside it is exposed to winds from SW., W. and NW. The lighter service is a monopoly of the Moorish Government. One crane to 4 tons on the quay. Officials. H.B.M.'s ViceConsul and Lloyd's Agent, Lewis Forde.

LARNACA, Cyprus. Chief port and only port at which quar antine can be performed. Lat. 34° 55' N; long. 33° 28' E. Pop. 8,000. Tr.-I. Manufactured goods, sugar, hides, leather, petroleum, coffee, soap, timber, &c.; E. Barley, wheat, cotton, raisins, loranges, lemons, gypsum, locust beans, terra Umbra, &c. Accn. Iron pier (depth T end, 8ft), 450ft, with two cranes, one capable of lifting 5 tons and the other 1 tons for loading and discharging. Anchorage 4 to 8 fms in summer, 6 to 12 fms in winter. Jetty in quarantine station 150ft long, with crane tons, for landing goods for disinfection. Charges. Port charges are levied upon all goods imported or exported, with a few exceptions, as per special tariff. Sailing vessels may compound these charges by payment in advance of 1/- per reg. ton, which entitles them to enter any port in the island free of port charges for six months. Water is obtained from pipe at end of pier free of charge, and provisions are plentiful and cheap. Official. Collector of Customs and Superintendent of Port, W. J. Ansell.

LAS PALMAS, Grand Canary. Lat. 28° 7' N.; long. 5° 24' W. Spanish port of first category.

Third Dort of Spain and first in the matter of tonnage. Free port. Tr.-I. Manufactured cotton, woollen and iron goods, wheat, cement, manures, soap, tinned provisions, petroleum, beer and spirits, crockery drugs, candles, flour, straw, wood, matches, enamelled ironware, &c.; E. Bananas, tomatoes, oranges, potatoes, cochineal, a monds, sugar (to Spain), onions (to Cuba). Accn. Good anchorage; harb. of refuge; protected by breakwater, 1,257 yards long, alongside which ships can discharge; ample supply of lighters for ships which do not go alongside; another mole completed in 1902-inside port area 156 acres, depth 50 to 60ft, at quays 35 to 42ft, length of quays 4,700ft. Cranes: Three to 3 tons, one to 6 tons (steam), steam derrick to 35 tons, steam titan to 60 tons. Coaling: 4 staithes, day and night, each 20 to 25 tons per hour at each intake of ship; always large supplies of coal afloat and ashore. Repairing workshops: Messrs. Blandy Bros. & Co., with slipway up to 800tons d. w.; The Grand Canary Engineering Co. Water put on board from floating tanks at a cost of about 1/6 to 2/ per 100gals. Cranage accommodation, one to lift 33 tons, one 30 tons, several 7 tons and under. D. of water entrance, 10fms.; alongside quay, 4 to 1ofms. Average rise and fall of tide, 6ft. 6in. Charges.

Pilotage in and out, ptas. 33.76 (equiv. to about 1); health, ptas. 15.00 (equiv. to about 10/); coach and boat hire, usually, 10/; British Seamen's Hospital, contribution of 2/6; navigation tax, ptas. 1.25 per ton, on cargo loaded or unloaded, payable by ship; general cargo loaded p.1.25, ditcharged p.1.50 to 250; coal dis charged p.o 25 per ton. New trade dues (war tax), according to tariff, paid by shippers and receivers of cargo. Pilotage. A free port. Officials. Captain of the Port, Captain Cabezas, Spanish R.N.; British Vice-Consul (Grand Canary), Major P. Swanston ; Merchants, Miller & Co.

LAS PALMAS, River Paraña. 62 miles from Buenos Ayres, Tr.-E. Frozen meat, &c. From 17 to 20ft Wharves of Las Palmas Produce Co. Auth. Captain of

of water.

port. Pilotage. About £2.

LATAKIAH, Turkey. Lat. 35° 31′ 9′′ N; long. 35° 45′ 35′′ E. Pop. About 14,000. Tr.-E. Wool, sesame, barley, tobacco, cotton. Accn. Harb. formed by jetties, close to which vessels of 11ft dft can anchor. Charges. Light dues id ton, Official. Br. Vice-Consul, N. Vitale.

LAUNCESTON, Tasmania. Lat. 41° 26' 1" S; long. 147° 7' 49" E. Pop. 23,000. Auth. Marine Board of Launceston. Tr.-I. Manufactured goods, tea, sugar, wine, coal, deals, &c.; E. Wool, oats, wheat, fodder, gold, silver, tin, lead, copper, hard wood, potatoes, fruits, bark. Accn. There is no bar. Entrance to port available for ships of any dimension. Deep water to Rosevears (28 miles), thence decreas ing to 12ft LW. at wharves (rise and fall of tide about 10ft). Vessels of 2,000 tons reg. berth at wharf without lightering. Ships of large draught can lie afloat at Beauty Point Jetty and discharge cargo for Beaconsfield Gold Mines. Crane and steam winches available up to 12 tons. Floating dock, 200ft by 40ft. Charges. Light dues, 3d ton (maximum £25). Vessels bringing cargo for two ports, pay light dues at only one of them. Harb. dues id ton. Pilotage. Sailing vessels, 6d ton, steamers 4d, maximum £15, minimum £2. Towage. Vessels up to 100 tons 1/4 ton, additional up to 300 tons 17, additional up to 500 tons 8d ton, above 500 tons 4d. ton. A powerful tug is provided. Harb. dues, pilotage, and towage rates payable both in and out. Vessels of any size discharging in Kelso Bay, three miles up the river from the Heads, pay to maximum pilotage, the usual light dues, and are exempt from harb. dues. Government Rys. connected with wharves. Free port to vessels seeking freight or under stress of weather.and not breaking bulk, unless pilot employed. Officials. Master Warden, Alexander Evans; Secretary, A Evershed; Harb. Master, Capt. J. J. Bradley.

LAURVIG, Norway. Lat. 59° 4' N; long. 10° 3' E. Pop. 11,000. Tr.-I. Coals, grain, ships' stores, &c.; E. Timber, deals, fish, wood pulp, ice, granite, &c. Accn. The harb. is capable of receiving vessels of any size, steamers of 2,000 tons frequently discharging cargoes of grain here. At the quay there is 18 to 24ft of water. Crane to lift 15 tons. Direct lines of steamers weekly to Tyne Dock, Hamburg, Copenhagen, &c. Charges. Light and harb. dues, 11d. per reg. ton on all vessels with cargo, inwards, and 71⁄2d out ; quay dues, steamers, d, sailing

vessels d per reg. ton (net) per day. Discharging and loading cheap. Pilotage. On a vessel of 200 to 300 reg. tons, drawing 13ft 9in to 14ft 9in; £2 48 5d summer, £2 165 21 winter, in; LI 16s id summer, £2 5s 6d winter, out. Wharfage is included in the charge for quay dues. Towage. There are three small tugboats, which tow vessels at very reasonable rates. Officials. H.B.M. Vice-Consul, C. Neilsen; Harb. Master, L. Thommesen ; Lloyd's Agents, M. Oppen & Co.

LEER, Germany. Lat. 53° 13′ 8′′ N; long. 7° 27′ 50′′ E, Pop. About 12,000. Tr.-I. Corn, wood, iron, coals, &c.; E. Iron, coals, coke, strawboards, pitprops, &c. Accn. A dock harb. D. at E. 7m ; quays and berths, 5m. W. of D. E. 5oft. D. in river, 18ft; projected for 1905, 21ft. Quays or berths about 25,000ft. The Ry. has a quay for ships drawing 25ft. always afloat. Has an extensive shipping trade. A quay about I mile below Leer harb., named Leerort, 500 met. in length, can be reached all times at HW. with 18ft dft. LV. Vessels more than 3,000 tons loading have entered the port. Railway Dock. D. 5 mtr. En. through dock, 5 mtr. R. of N. 8ft. R. of ST. 9ft. Rvs. are connected with the docks. Steam cranes 16 tons. THW. f. and c. 2h pm. Charges. Harb. dues, id per reg. ton; 5 m. for every 100 reg. tons. Loading and unloading merchandise, 30 to 40pf per ton, Pilotage. From Emden Roads to Leer from April 1 to Sept. 30, from 15/ for vessels of 10ft to 42/ for vessels of 16ft dft. From Oct. to Mar. one-half additional, 3/ per man. In tow one-third less. Outward with coal or ballast half taxes. Towage. According to distance and agreement. Official. Termöhlen, Harb. Master.


LEGHORN, Italy. Lat. 43° 32′ 35′′ N; long. 10° 17′ 40′′ E. Pop. 104,000. Tr.-I. Colonial produce, raw and manufactured cotton, coal, wool, cutlery, hides, petroleum, earthenware, iron, raw jute, sugar, tobacco, salted fish, sulphate of copper, and wheat; E. Raw and manufactured silks, straw hats and straw plaiting, olive-oil, candied fruits, borax and boracic acid, cheese, anchovies, marble, coral, hides, mercury, eggs, alabaster, hemp, wines, rags, manure, soap, sienna-earths, timbers, wax, pumice stone, &c. Accn. Leghorn is one of the chief seaports in the Mediterranean; the harb. has from 22 to 26ft inside breakwater, and close to town 10 to 19ft. Pontoons to lift 70 tons. Dry dock, length, 443ft; breadth, 73ft; depth on sill, 23 ft. Charges. Harbour dues for the Italian ports have been raised from August 1, 1896, from 1 lire per ton per month to 140 lire, but payment of 3 months' harbour dues instead of 4 months' as under the old regu. lations, entitles a vessel to make use of all ports for a year. Pilotage. Optional for vessels of every nation, either inwards or outwards. Rate to be received by qualified pilots is fixed at IOC. per net reg. ton in only, 7c. out only, 13 c. in and out; tonnage taken according to Italian measurement. Pilots are bound to render assistance within the zone comprised between the Meloria Banks and the Medicean or inner harb. From outside the Meloria an additional fixed rate of 15/10} is due for every vessel of what. ever tonnage. If qualified pilots are required from the new harb. to the inner harb., the charge is 3c. per net reg. ton. From the new harb. to the dock from 10 to 300 tons 11/10; 301 to 500, 15/10; 501 tons and upwards 1. Officials. Captain of


the Port, Chevalier Carlo Chiaia; H. B.M.'s Vice-Consul, Montgomery Carmichael; Lloyd's Agent, Robert Henderson; Lloyd's Surveyor, Amerigo Gori.

LEIXOES, Portugal. Lat. 41° 9′ 10′′ N; long. 8° 40′ 35′′ W. Gr. Tr. I. General merchandise; E. Principally wine, &c., for the Brazils, also pitwood, &c. Auth. Portu guese Government. Accn. New harb. two miles north of the mouth of the Douro River, and in direct communication with Oporto. Vessels of any size can enter at any time. LV. Orita (s.), 5,786 tons, dft 30ft; Iberia (s.), 4.689 tons, dft 34ft 1in; Orcana (s.), 4,803 tons, 27ft 6in. Total water area, 907,325 sq. metres; water area within the rounding line of 8 metres, 410,565 square metres. D. at entrance, 15 metres. AST. Maxima. 380 m tres; minima, 2.20 metres. THW. 1h 49m. Charges. Moderate. Officials. H.B. M.'s Vice-Consul, Thos. M. Cover ey; Captain of the Port, Capt. Paes de Faria, R. V.; Harb. Master, J. Mina. Brokers. Charle, Coverley & Co., Oporto.

LEVUKA. See Fiji Islands.

LIBAU, Russia. Lat. 56° 32′ N; long. 20° 57′ E. Pop. About 80,000. Tr.-I. Coals, iron, salt, herrings, cotton and general merchandise; E. Rye, barley, oats, flax, wool, linseed, sleepers, deals, pitprops, wheat and eggs. Accn. There are 27ft on outer bar, and at commercial harb. inside breakwater 24ft, at quays 19ft. Steam crane 25 tons; hand crane 20 tons. Charges. 10 copecks per reg. ton, in and out, or 20 copecks in all. Vessels of nations with which Russia has not entered into tr aties of commerce and navigation, pay 4 roubles per ton, Disc' arging coal 25, Welsh do. 30, salt 30 cop. per ton. Pilotage. 70 copecks per ft. Towage. From harb. to sea or vice versa, 25 roubles for steamers, and 20 roubles for sailers. Vessels employing the steamtug inwards have only to pay half these rates outwards. Under extraordinary circumstances an agreement must be made. Officials (now an Admiralty port. Port Authority, Lieut-Col. Bucharia. H.B.M.'s ViceConsul, Chas. J. Hill.

LICATA, Sicily. Lat. 37° 5′ 57′′ N; long. 13° 56′ 0′′ E. Pop. 25,000. Tr.-I. Rice, drugs, metals, petroleum, marble, possolani, cement, coal, and wood; E. Brimstone, cereals, cotton, salt fish, and wood. Accn. Two jetties and a breakwater ; D. at entrance and berth, 21ft. Anchorage about 4-mile off town in 21ft. Charges. Harbour dues, sailers 1. 0.80 r.t.; steamers, 1. 1.40. On a vessel of 168 tons £8 16s 8d. Pilotage. Sailing vessels 301 to 400 tons, lire 70; 401 to 500, lire 78; 501 to 600, lire 87.50; and limit on scale to 1,001 tons and over, lire 131.25; one-fourth less for steamers. Official. British Vice-Consul,

LINGAH, Persia. Lat. 26° 33' 5" N; long. 54° 53′ 47′′ E. Pop. About 20,000. Tr.-I. Coffee, candles and oil, rope, cutlery, crockery, indigo, metals, piece goods, rice, sugar, timber, and tea; E. Carpets, drugs, cotton, tobacco from the interior, canvas or sail cloth, local manufactures, salt fish, also pearls, pearl shells, turtle or tortoise shells, and shark fins from the coast of Arabia. Accn. The anchorage is in 5 fms half a mile off shore.

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