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THE “SHIPPING WORLD” YEAR BOOK ALMANACK,

1890.

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High Water

JANUARY.

FEBRUARY.

High Waseri

Lond, Bdge

High Water

Lond. Bdge

MARCEL

Load. Bdge

mrn. aft.

mrn. aft.

aft.

W Circumcision.

10 IO IO

S

II 41 12 13

1 Sl. David.

9 31 30 17

Tha) 2

II 15 II 40

2 Septuagesima. 12 0 0 42 Apogee. F1

I 11 39

P 3

1 2 o 13

M

3 Apogee.

1 7 I 29

12 OOISI

S

12 39 1 2 TU

I 50 2 10

12 45 I 9

1 25

I 45

W

SO Full Moon, 2 27

43

1 30 149

M 6 Epiphany. O

2 6 2 231

Th 6

1.13 a.m.

3 1 3

O Full Moon, 2 8 2 24

TV 7

Full Moon, 2 39 2 57

3 31

6.47 p.m. 2 40' 2 54

W 8 5-36 a.m.

S

3 14 3 32

4 3

3 9 3 24

Apogee. 3 48, 4 5

4 36 4

340 355

FIO

4 22 4 39

10

5 TO

II

4 56

II

5 44

4 44 50

12

5 32 50

12 ( Last Qr.,

5 18 5 35

11 13 Hilary Bp. 611 6 32 13 6.51 p.m.

1146 Last Qr.,

5 55 6 76

6 56 7 22 F 14 St. Valentine, 8 5' 8

(Last Qr., 6 40 7 9

W 15 6.32 a.m. 747 17

9 1810

2

4.4 a.m.

7 39 8 16

Ta 16

8 49 9233 16 Quinquages. 10 46'11 30 5'10

8 59' 9 48

F17

10 110 37

M

17

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17 St. Patrick.

10 39 11 24

S 18

II 12 11 48 18 Perigee. 12 43 1 11 TT 18 Perigee. 12 OO

19

I 2 0 0 20

V

19 Ash Wed

1 392

6

19

12 37 1 3

20 New Moon, 12 50 I 18 TW 20 New Moon, 2 29 2 52 I 20 New Moon, 1 28 1 52

21

11.49 p.m. 1 46 2 12 F 21

10.27 a.m. 3 14 3 36

F

21

9.1 p.m. 2 13 2 34

W/22 Perigee. 2 37 3 3

S22

3 57 4 18 S 22

2 54 31

H 22

3 27 3 523 23 1st S. in Lent. 4 38 4 57

23

3 33 3 51

4 15 4 38 M 24

5 16 5 35

4 10 4 28

S 25 Conversion of 5 3 5 25

It

251

Annunciation

4 455

St. Paul. $ 46 6 7 W 26 ) First Qr., 6 33 6 W 26 - Lady Day 519 5

M 27 D First Qr., 16 30 6

52 27

7 16, 743 TN 27 19.32 a,m.5 55 6

T TU 28

8:16 p.m.

7 14 7.40 P 23

8 12 8

47

F 28 ) First Qr.,

W 29

8 7 8 35

S 29 Apogee.

7 30' 8

TU 30 King Charles 9 0 47

5 30 Palm Sunday. 8 42, 9 29

F

131

the Martyr. 10 25'115

10 17 II

APRIL.

High Water

MAY.

High Watei

Lond. Bdge

High Water

JUNE.

Lond. Bdge

Lond. Bdge

mrn. aft,

mrn. aft,

mrn. aft.

11 38

11 47

1 Trinity Sun. 12 812 28

12 10 O 36 F

12 12 O 34

M M

12 56 I 168

12 49 I

3

30 Full Moon, 1 33 1 53

12 52 111

Good Friday.

40 Full Moon, 1 29 1 47

1 34 I 51

W

6.34 a.m. 2 15 2 37

S SOF.M.,9.24 am 2 9

2 24

9.8 p.m. 2 5 2 21

Perigee. Corp. 3 0 3 22

Easter Sunday 238 2 54

2 39 2

Christi.

3 46 4 10

3 9 3 26

3 18 3

4 365

3 54 4

Perigee.

3 59 4 19

8

5 27 5 55

W 9

4 19 4 38

4 42 5 5

M

9 (Last Qr., 6 24 6 541

Ta 10

4 56

10

5 29

IO

9.49 p.m.

7 58

FI

(10 53 p.m. 537

511 Rog. Sun

625 6

II

( Last Qr.,

8 31 9 7

6 28 6 57

Last

12

Qr.,

7 30

8 Th12

"ib

942 10 16

Low Sunday.

13

7 311 8 10

131 4.21 p.m.

8 52 9 35

13

10 46 11 17

14 Perigee. 8 56 9 46

W

14

10 14 10 49

11 46

0115

10 32 II I2

th

15 Ascen Day. II 22 11 51

12 12 o 36

W 16

11 48 1 16

12 0 0 17 M16 Tot.Ec. of Sun.

117

12 18 0 43 17

12 40 13

To

17

New Moon, 1 44

4

F18

1 8 1 29 5 18

9.57 a.m.

2 23

M

New Moon, 1 49 29

M

19

8.18 p.in.

19

2 4 2 22 19

3 1 3 19

320 8.5 a,m.

2 28 2 46| It 20

2 41 2 59] F 20Ac. of Qn. Vic. 3 37 3 55

NI 21

3 5 3 24 W 21

3 18 3 35 9 21 Apogee.

4 13 4 31

TU 22

341 359

3 54

22

W 23 St, George,

4 50 5 8

4 17 4 341

F

23 (Birthday: 4 30 4 47 M 23

5 27 5 47

E 24

4 52 5 9 8 24 Apogee. Qun.'s 5 4 5 240 24 Midsmr. Day.

6 37 30

Pas

537 5 47 525 Whit Sunday. 5 45 6 8 W 25 First Qr., 6 53 7 18

$ 26, Apogee. 6 8 6 32 M 26 First Qr., 6 32 6 59 Th 26

1.53 P.m. 744

$27) First Qr., 6 59 7291 TU 22 IO 33 P.m. 7 27 7 58| F|27

841 914

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4.51 p.m.

W 28

45

8 32 910 S 28

9 48 10 18

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9 39 19 10

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10 47 11 17

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10 50 II 18 M 30

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JULY.

High Water
AUCUST.
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High Water
SEPTEMBER.
Lond. Bdge

Lond. Bdge mrn.) aft.

mrn. aft,

M TU 1 (2.23 p.m. 12 14 40 F 1 Lammas.

1 47 2 13

3 II 333 W O Full Moon, 1 5 1 371 S 2

2 381 3 4

3 54 4 16 ' Perigee. 1 56 2 22 3 3 3 28 3 51

4 371 4 57 2 46 3 12014 4 16 4 40

5 15 5 36 3 371 4 375 5 3 5 24

5 56 6 17 28 4 54W Transfigratn. 547

9

s' 6 (Last Qr., 6 39 7 2 M

5 21 5 473
( Last Qr., 6

33
6
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3.29 a.m.

7 29 7 58 6 13 6 38 F 8

7 20 7 45

31 9 Last Qr., 7 5 7 33 S 9

8 12 8 43 9

IO 410 48 Tu 10 4.43 a.in. 8 0 8 291 5 10

9 20 9 59
W 10 Apogee.

II 261
8
59 9 32 M 11

10 37 11 15
IN 11

12 2 0 31 S 12 10 510 39 12

F 12

12 54 1 14 13 II 11 11 42 W 12 241 O 51 13

1 341 I 51 12 0 0 12 14 Apogee.

1 13 1 35

New Moon, 2 7 2 22 Tb 15 St. Swithin.

12 39 1
46 151 New Moon, 1 56 2 14 M

7.53 a.m.

2 38 2 51 W 16 (12.49 a.m. 1 491 8 16 4.19 p.m, 2 30 2 47/TU 16

3 6 3 22 New Moon, 2 9 2 285 17

3 3 3 18 17

336 3 52 F18 Apogee. 2 47 3 4M 18 3 34 3 50

4 8 4 23 3 22 3 39 In 19 4 6 4 22 F 19

4 40 4 55 $20 3 55 4 13 W 20 4 37 4 531 S 20

5 12 529 M21 4 31 4 47 Th 21 5 9 5 26 5 21 ) First Qr.,

5 50 6 13 tb 22 St. Mary Mag. 5 4 521 F 22 .[1.19 p.m. 5 43 6 22 22 10.5 p.m. 6 40 7 8 W 23 5 39 5 58 S'23) First Qr., 6 22 6 45

St. Matthew 7 42 8 24

TU 231 Ti 24 (2.44 a.m. 6 17 6 38 24 St. Barth.

7 9 7 37 W 24

9 12 10 2 F 25 ) First Qr., 7 1 7 24 M 25

8
7
8 25

10 1811 31 s 26 St. Anne. 7 51 8 187 26

9 27 10 12 P 26 Perigee. I20 o 6 327 8 50 926 W 27

10 55 11 36 8 27

(12.59 p.m. 12 33 0 59 M 28

10 2 10 37 14 28 St. Augustine. 12 0 0 12 3 280 Full Moon, 124 145 1 lb 29

[Perigee. 11 14 11 49 F 29 Perigee. 12 43 1 10 M 29 Mich. Day. 2 6 2 28 W 301 [9.24 p.m. 12 0 o 22 S 30 O Full Moon, : 37 2 1/10 30 St. Jerome.

2 48 3 7 # 310 Full Moon, 12 51 119 31

4.35 a. mn.

2 25 2 49
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High Water
OCTOBER.
Lond. Bdge
NOVEMBER Lond. Bdge

DECEMBER

Lond. Bdge mrn. ast. mrn. aft.

mrn. aft. 328) 3

4 16, 4 34
M

4 341 4 52 IM 2 4 7 4 26 5 2

4 51 511
TU

5 12 5 32 F3

4 43 5 1
3
5 32 5 54 3' Apogee.

5 55) 6 18 S4 5 19 5 391

6 20 6 46 TH
(Last Qr.,

6

45 7 12 3 5 ( Last Qr.,

6 1 6 23
W ( Last Qr.,
7 17 7 541 P

741 813 6 8.23 p.m. 6 501 719

8.23 p.m.
8

8 48 9 26
7 54
8 F] 71
10 3 10 38

IO 010 31 W 8 Apogee. 9 27 10 14 8 Apogee. 11 9.11 37 M 8

10 5911 27 1. 9

10 54 11 29
P. of Wales'

o 2 TL 9
F10 St. Denis.
M10 Birthday. 12 22

12 14 0 35 SIT

12 25 0 45 T 11 St. Martin, 12 57, 1150/11 Total Ec. Sun. 12 55/ 1 16 12 12 I 20 W12

I 31' 1 48P 12

New Moon, 138 1 58 V13 New Moon, 1 37 152 * 13

New Moon, 26, 2 22 S 13 3.10 a.m. TU 14 11.5 p.m. 2 6 2 20 P 14 11.5 p.m. 2 39 2 57 $ 14 Perigee.

3 1 3 24 W15 2 35 2 51S 15 3 16 3 35 M 15

3 46 4 10 3 6 3 22 3 16 3 57 4 17 T 16

4 34 4 59 F 17 St. Etheldreda 3 39 3 56

4 38 5 W17

5 25 5 52 S18 4 13 4 30 18 5 25 5 52 TH 18 First Qr.,

6 21 6 50 $ 19 4 491 5 9W 19

56 F 19

8.36 p. m. 7 21 7 53 M 20 5 32 5 56 D 20 7 31 8 Us 20

8

25 8 58 Tt 21First Qr., 6 24 6 567 21First Qr., 8 52 9 35 S 21 St. Thomas.

9 34 10 W 22 5.36 a.m. 7 33 8 19 S 22 5-36 a.m. 10 14'10 48 M 22

10 41 11 13 23 9 6 9 55 $123

11 20 11 48 TU 23 P 24 Perigee. 10 39 11 16 M 24 Perigee.

O13W 24

12 18 o 37 S 25 St. Crispin.

To 25 Partial Eclipse 12 35 0 581 25 Christmas Day. 1 2 (11.41 p.m. 12 17 39 W 26 of Moon. 1 21 1 42 F 260 Full Moon, 1 48 2 3 M 27 0 Full Moon, 1 2 1 240 27 0 Full Moon, 2 1 2 21 S 27 5.57 a. mn.

2 28 2 48 1 28 St. Simon and 1 44 2

11.41 p.m. 2 41 3 0

28

3 5 3 27 W 29 St. Jude. 2 23 243 8 29

3 18 3 38 29

3 45 4 3 8.30 3 2 3 20 5 30 St. Andrew. 3 58

30

(Apogee. 4 20 4 38 F 31

3 39 3 58
Advent Sun.

31 St, Silvester.

45

W 1

3 48/5

1.26 p.in.

34 9 2018

II 52

041/W 10

2 18 2 39

16

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LORD SALISBURY'S SECOND MINISTRY.

ENTERED OFFICE AUGUST 3, 1886.

Office.

Minister.

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Prime Minister&Foreign Secretary Lord SALISBURY
Lord Chancellor..

Lord HALSBURY
Lord President of the Council Viscount CRANBROOK..
Lord Privy Seal

Earl CADOGAN..
First Lord of the Treasury

Rt. Hon. W. H. SMITH Chancellor of the Exchequer Mr. G. J. GOSCHEN... Home Secretary..

Mr. H. Matthews... Colonial Secretary.

Lord KNUTSFORD Indian Secretary..

Viscount Cross War Secretary::

Mr. E STANHOPE First Lord of the Admiralty Lord G. HAMILTON Chief Secretary for Ireland Mr. A. J. BALFOUR... Lord Chancellor of Ireland

Lord ASHBOURNE...... President of the Board of Trade.. Sir M. H. BEACH Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster Duke of RUTLAND. President Local Govt. Board Rt. Hon. C. T. RITCHIE President Board of Agriculture .. Rt. Hon. H. CHAPLIN..

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POSTAL INFORMATION. INLAND Postage Rates. - Letters to any part of the United Kingdom (the Channel Islands included), if not exceeding 1 oz., are charged id; exceeding 1 oz., but not exceeding 2 02., ifd; and Ad for every additional 2 oz. or fra tion of 2 oz. An inland letter must not exceed 18 in. in length, g in. in width, and 6 in. in depth, except Parliamentary petitions and addresses to the Queen. A letter addressed to a provincial post office to be called for is kept a month; if addressed to a person on board "ship expected to arrive there it is kept two months. Unstamped or unpaid letters are charged double postage on delivery. The Registration Fee for Inland and Foreign letters is ad.

Book OR NEWSPAPER Post.-Any book packet, open at both ends, may be sent to any part of the United Kingdom at a rate of- not exceeding 2 oz., Id; 4 oz. id, 6 oz. ifd, 8 oz. ad, 16 oz. 4d, and fd for every additional 2 oz. Newspaper and Supplement d ; on a Postal Card Id. No book packet may exceed 5 lbs, in weight, 18 in. in length, 9 in. in width, or 6 in. in depth, unless it be sent to or from a Government office. Newspapers going abroad must be posted within eight days of, and inclusive of day of publication, and must be prepaid.

INLAND PARCEL Post.-Foran Inland Postal Parcelofa weight of not exceed. ing 1 lb. zd, 2 lb. 41d, 3 lb. 60, 4 lb. 7/d, 5 lb. od, 6 lb. rofd, 7 ib. is, 8 lb. is itd, 91b. Is 3d, 10 lb. is 44d, 11 lb. is 6d, to be prepaid in ordinary postage stamps, The dimensions allowed are: Maximum length 3ft. 6 in., maximum length and girth combined 6ft.

TELEGRAPHIC AND CABLE Rates.-Throughout United Kingdom 6d for 12 words, including the address; Id for every additional word. Cables to Austria 4d per word, Belgium ad, France 2d, Germany ad, Holland 2d, Hungary 4fd, Italy 45d, Norway 4d, Portugal 5td, Russia in Europe 64d, Spain 44d, Sweden 5d, Switzerland 3d, Turkey in Europe 7d. To the United States, is to is 6d per word. Australia, gs ad to gs gd; India, 4s; by Submarine Co. (via Turkey), 38

8d

MONEY AND Postal ORDERS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM.-Sums not exceeding 610 can be remitted by Post Office Order as follows: Under 20s, 2d; 20s and under 62, 3d ; £2 and not exceeding 64, 4d; £4 and not exceeding £7.5d; above 27 and not exceeding £10, 6d. Such Orders must be presented for payment within 12 months. Postal Orders, payable within 3 months, are issued as follows: For is or is 6d, at Ad; 2s to los 6d, id; 155 and 20s, itd. They are payable not only at any place in the United Kingdom, but can be cashed at Malta, Gibraltar, and Constantinople. Foreign Postal Orders are procurable at moderate rates.

TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS (INLAND).-Money can be wired between London, Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Margate, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Portsmouth, Scarborough, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Belfast, Cork, and Dublin-in sums not exceeding £10, on payment of cost of Telegram (minimum od), and the following commission :-For sums not exceeding £1, 4d; 62, 6d ; £4, 8d ; £7, 10; and £10, is.

per word.

STAMP DUTIES AND REGULATIONS. INLAND BILLS OF EXCHANGE OR PROMISSORY Notes.-For any sum not exceeding £5, id; £10, 2d; £25, 3d; 650, 6d ; 675, 9d ; £100, is; £200, 2s ; and is for every 6100 or fractional part of £100.

FOREIGN B LLS.-Foreign Bills, drawn in, but payable out of the United Kingdom., If drawn singly, or otherwise than in a set of three or more, the same duty as Inland Bills. If drawn in sets of three or more, for every Bill of each set, not exceeding £25, id duty; 650, 2d; £75, 3d ; £100, 4d; £200, 8d; £300, is; £400, is 4d; 6500, is 8d ; 6750, 25 6d ; £1,000, 35 4d ; £1,500, 5s; £2,000, 6s 8d ; and for every $1,000 or fractional part of £1,000, 3s 4d. Receipt or Discharge for payment of L2 or upwards, id. 'Bills of Lading, 6d. Charter Party, 6d. Affidavit or Declaration, 2s 6d. Agreement, under hand only, of any matter of the value of £s or upwards, 6d. Bonds to secure any sum, commence at is 3d not exceeding Z50, and increase is 3d for every £50 and fractional part of £50 up to £300, then increase as 6d for every 6100 and fractional part of £100 and upwards.

FOREIGN MAILS. No Colonial or Foreign letter to exceed 2 feet in length, or I foot in width or depth.

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Africa, West Coast

Do. Native Possessions
Ascension
Austria-Hungary
Belgium
Argentine Republic, Brazil, Buenos

Ayres, Chili, and Peru
Canada, Vancouver, Nova Scotia..
Cape Colony, O. F. State, Natal...
China, Japan, Singapore
Denmark
Egypt
France
Germany and Heligoland
Greece
India.......
Madeira
Mauritius
Mexico
Newfoundland
New South Wales, New Zealand,

South and West Australia, Tas

mania, and Victoria
Norway and Sweden
Panama
Queensland
Russia
Spain
United States

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Every Monday. 2 Dates not fixed,

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2
Monthly

Monthly.
Twice daily.

Twice daily.
5

Three times daily. Three times daily
Weekly.

Weekly.
Wed., Thur., and Sat. Tuesday and Saturday,
id un. I oz. Thursday.

Every Thursday.
(and pat. Friday.

Every Monday.
Twice daily

Twice daily,
Tues., Thur., and Fri. Monday and Tuesday,
Morning and evening. Three times daily,
Five times daily.

Five times daily
Daily, except Saturday. Mon., Wed., Thur., Fri.
Every Friday.

Every Monday.

Weekly.
Monthly.

Monthly.
Nearly every day,

Nearly every day.
3 Every alternate Tuesday. Twice a month.
id un. I oz. Every Friday.

Every Monday.
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Morning and evening. Daily.
Every week.

Every week
Weekly.

Weekly
Morning and evening.

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Twice daily

Daily.
Wednesday, Thursday, and Sun., Wed., Fri., Sat.

Saturday
Every alternate Thursday. Every alternate

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