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SHIPPING WORLD

THE

'Australian Trading World.'

Established 1886.

Weekly-3d.-Thursday.

Edited by HERBERT STEPHENS.

The "Australian Trading World" is the leading London authority upon Australasian subjects. BY REASON OF ITS CIRCULATION, throughout Anglo-Colonial Circles and the Colonies, the "Australian Trading World" is admittedly The Very Best Advertising Medium

For all those desiring Business with Australasia.

All those interested in AUSTRALASIAN SHIPPING should become Annual Subscribers. Trade Reports are regularly published and General Business matters carefully reviewed. Subscription: United Kingdom, 13/-; Colonies & Abroad, 15/- per annum, including postage.

Editorial and Publishing Offices38, KING WILLIAM STREET, LONDON, E.C.

THE SHIPPING WORLD SERIES.

No. III. Navigation: Ancient and Modern.
Illustrated.
No. IV. Fifty Years of Shipbuilding: A
Architecture. Ilustrated.
No. V. The Mariner's Compass. Illustrated.
No. VI. Salvage & Wreck Raising Illustrated.
No. VIII. Marine Paints and Compositions
Illustrated. Price 3d., by Post 4d.

No. IX. The Latest Tariff of the United States.
(PUBLISHED AS A SUPPLEMENT TO THE AUGUST 4th ISSUE OF THE
WEEKLY "SHIPPING WORLD," 1897.,
No. X. Design, Construction, and Maintenance of a Marine Boiler.
Illustrated. Price 3d.. by Post 4d.
"Sanitation in the British Mercantile Marine." Illustrated.
Price 3s. 6d. By Post, 3s. 9d.

Price 3d., by Post 4d. Review of Naval Price 3d., by Post 4d. Price 3d., by Post, 4d. Price 6d., by Post 7d.

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Commercial & Shipping
Questions of the Day,

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"The Mariner."

Price THREEPENCE per copy.

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everywhere 4/6 post free.

The Most Copiously Illustrated and
Up-To-Date Shipping and Engineering Monthly.

"THE MARINER," LTD.,

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"THE SHIPPING WORLD,"

Written by Experts.

Illustrated by Artists.

Devoted to the Interests of a Ship and her Cargo.

Contains Articles on :

NAVAL ARCHITECTURE

MARINE ENGINEERING,

NAVIGATION,

COMPASS DEVIATION,
STABILITY, STOWAGE,

LIGHTS, SIGNALS,

MANNING, LOADING,

VICTUALLING,

HARBOURS, CANALS,

DOCKS, TRADE,
COMMERCE, TARIFFS
SUBVENTIONS.

Special Features:

Neptune's Mail, with exclusive News and Notes.

Notes by a Naval Architect, written by Practical Scholars. Board of Trade Notes.

Reports on Freight and Marine Insurance.
Trade and Finance.

Current Events by the Editor.

THE LARGEST FOREIGN CIRCULATION OF ITS CLASS.
THE LARGEST HOME CIRCULATION OF ITS CLASS.

Annual Subscription:
United Kingdom, 218.; in Foreign Countries, 28s.

THE "SHIPPING WORLD" YEAR BOOK

SOME OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.

(Selected from a very large number.)

The Times.-"The information given is wide in scope, and varied in matter dealing with almost every subject of interest connected with trade, commerce and navigation. Thus we find the Board of Trade rules and regulations, engineering notes and formule, with much about freights, ligthhouses, loadline tables, the measurement of ships, pilotage laws, and trade statistics, a complete port and harbour directory of the British Isles, and a digest of the Shipping Acts. About one-third of the volume is devoted to the tariffs of all nations, which are given in full. Much labour and research must have been necessary to compile a manual of this nature, and it appears to be accurate and trustworthy. A copious index and a map, specially designed and prepared for the work, adds largely to its value. In its way, The Shipping World Year Book' may be called the Whitaker' of the mercantile marine."

Daily Telegraph.-"A more comprehensive handbook in its special line for the merchant's desk there could scarcely be."

New York Tribune.-"This compact book of upwards of twelve hundred pages, published by The Shipping World, of London, contains an immense amount of information of value to the mariner and shipper."

Pall Mall Gazette. -"The Shipping World Year Book' would be very much missed if it failed to put in a regular appearance, but fortunately there is no danger of that. The comprehensive retrospect of shipping affairs in 1902 deserves special attention and will repay careful study." Westminster Gazette.-"It comprises within its thousand pages a mass of facts obtained from the most reliable sources available, and for comprehensiveness and accuracy the Year Book' may fairly claim to be without a rival.” Daily News.-"One of the special features is the beautifully drawn and coloured map of the world, which is brought up to date by Messrs. Bartholomew."

Engineering.-" Includes a wealth of data on legislation, navigation, and sea commerce, which makes the volume indispensable to all engaged in maritime affairs."

Liverpool Journal of Commerce.-"Filled from cover to cover with information absolutely indispensable to all engaged in the over-sea commerce of this country, the way in which the vast amount of data are year after year kept fresh and accurate, makes the book one of the very best works of reference in the country."

Liverpool Mercury.-"One cannot possibly exaggerate its value to all connected with trade, commerce and navigation. Within its upwards of 1,200 pages there is a marvellous amount of information, bearing on every manner of subject connected with the mercantile marine. A new feature incorporated is a retrospective view of the past year, covering highly important matters."

Manchester Guardian.-"The book is simply invaluable to all interested in shipping, and is a masterpiece of compilation."

South Wales Daily News.-"Major Jones, the capable editor, has anticipated the public attention now being devoted to tariffs, and those of all nations and of the Colonies have been included and revised up to the last hour of publication."

Law Magazine.-“A shipowner's library would not be complete without a copy of this Year Book,' and we should think that both barristers and solicitors with a shipping practice would find it a handy book of reference."

New York Maritime Register.-"The present edition of this truly valuable work excels, in variety of matter dealt with and breadth of scope any previous issue."

New York Journal of Commerce.-"Has long since established itself as one of the most compact and useful sources of information as to all matters in which shipping men are most vitally interested."

HOTELS.

Abingdon-Crown and Thistle Hotel. Family and Com

mercial, and Railway Posting House, Moderate Tariff. This well-known Old-established House is replete with every comfort for Boating Parties, Cyclists, and Tourists. Lock-up Cycle House.-DAVID MARDELL, Proprietor,

Arbroath :-White Hart Hotel. This fine, old-established Hotel, situate in the most central business part of the town, adjacent to all bank and public buildings. Omnibus awaits all trains." Posting in all its branches.-ALEX, SMITH, Proprietor.

Brussels: The Grand Hotel. Restaurant, Large Café, splendid American bar and grill room attached to the Hotel. Hotel entirely heated by steam. Railway Office in the Hotel, where Tickets can be taken and Luggage registered to all parts. Post and Telegraph Office. Omnibus to every train. S. CURTET HUGON, Manager.

Cardiff :-Central Hotel, near G. W. Station.

Restaurant

a tached,

14 Billiard tables. Bedrooms, 28, No extras. Also Mackworth Hotel Swansea; Marine Hotel, Porthcawl. National Telephone, 843.-R. E. JONES, Ltd. Proprietors.

Cheltenham :-Queen's Hotel. Patronised by Royalty,

The only first-class Hotel in town. Electric light, lift, lounge. Unrivalled for cuisine and comfort. Extensive stabling. Garage. Telephone, No. 13.-D. ARNOLD LOCKWOOD, Manager.

Clevedon-on-Sea, Somerset :-The Walton Park Hotel.

The most luxuriously furnished and comfortable Hotel in the west. Magnificently situated on Walton Cliffs. Seven acres of Pleasure Grounds, containing four Tennis Courts and two Croquet Lawns, Telegrams: "Seaside, Clevedon." Nat. Tele., 0150. -STANLEY D. GORDON, Manager.

Dover-Hotel de Paris.

Close to both Railway Stations,

Harbour, Granville Dock, Custom House, &c. Replete with every comfort. Apartments and Breakfast, 4s. No attendance charged. On Parle Francais.-G. MADGETT, Proprietor.

Glasgow:-Hotel Balmoral, 222, Sauchiehall Street. Family

and Commercial, Occupies one of the finest sites in the city. Trams from the door every few minutes to all stations and steamers. Electric light. Perfect sanitation, Tariff: Breakfasts from Is. 6d.; Dinner, 2s, ód.; Bedroom, 3s.; no charge for attendance. Telephones, 483 and 80.

Horsham-Anchor Hotel. First-class Family and Com

mercial Accommodation. Good Cuisine. Moderate Tariff. Large Stock Room, Electric Light. Thoroughly Up-to-date, with every Modern Convenience, Two Billiard Rooms, Horses, Carriages. Telegrams: "Anchor, Horsham," Telephone, 032 National.-F. A. HOOPER, Proprietor.

Hull :-Grosvenor Hotel. The most modern Hotel in the

city. Central for railways and docks. Near Paragon Station. Electric light throughout. 70 well-furnished rooms. First-class Cuisine. Commercial and Family.-Telephone, No. 223.-J. E. FOSTER, Manager.

Jamaica:-Constant Spring Hotel, 6 miles from Kingston.

Luxuriously furnished. Magnificent scenery. Golf, tennis, croquet, carriages, saddle horses, private swimming bath. Sanitation perfect. Telegraphic Address: "Conspring, Jamaica." ELDER, DEMPSTER & CO., Managers, Jamaica Hotels, Ltd.

Jamaica-Myrtle Bank Hotel, situated in Kingston.

Every modern convenience for commercial visitors. Billiards, boats, horses, carriages, fishing. Telegraphic Address: Myrbank, Jamaica." ELDER, DEMPSTER & Co., Managers, Jamaica Hotels, Ltd.

Liverpool :-Adelphi Hotel. The Hôtel de Luxe of the North. Electric light and passenger lift. Louis XV. Restaurant just opened. American bar and lounge.

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