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Collins. Michael J June 14



254



THE CANAL RECORD



Vol. IV., No. 32.



OFFICIAL CIRCULARS.



Changes in Organization and Increases in Pay.

Culebra, C. Z., March 28, 1911.
Circular No. 380:

The following excerpt from an act of Congress
approved March 4, 1911, is quoted for your information
and guidance:

"E-ccapt in cases of emergency, or conditions arising
subsequent to and unforseen at the time of the passage
or" this Act, there shall not be employed at any time
during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and twelve,
under any of the foregoing appropriations for the Isth-
mian Canal, any greater number of persons than are
sp^ified in the notes submitted respectively in con-
nection with the estimates for each of said appropri-
atians iu the annual book of estimates for said year,
nor shall there be paid to any of such persons during
that fiscal year any greater rate of compensation than
wis luthxued to be paid to persons occupying the
aim* or lite positions on the first day of July, nineteen
hundred and ten, and all employments made or com-
pensation increased because of emergencies so arising
sh til bi specifically set forth, with the reasons therefor,
by the Chairman of the Commission in his report for
the fiscal year nineteen hundred and twelve."

While this limitation on expenditures applies only
to the fiscal year 1912, any application for increase in
force or increase in pay received during the balance of
the present fiscal year will have to be passed upon just
as though the above quoted Act of Congress applied to
the present fiscal year.

Hereafter, therefore, every application for increase
in force or increase in pay, as compared with the ap-
proved organization as of July 1, 1910, as printed in the
book of estimates for 1912, must be accompanied by a
detailed statement of the emergency or conditions
which have arisen to render same necessary, which can
be submitted to Congress in accordance with the fore-
going Act, if the application is approved by me.

In order that a complete record can be obtained and
prepared in shape for submission to Congress as re-
quired, it is directed that all changes in the approved
organization of July 1, 1910, which have been approved
to date, be tabulated, and the specific reasons therefor
stated, which statements should be forwarded to me
not later than April 15, 1911. It will be noted that
silver employes as well as gold employes are included
in the provisions of this Act.

Geo. W. Goethals,
Chairman and Chief Engineer.

Curtailment of Special Trains.

Culebra, C. Z., March 29, 1911.
Circular No, 286-a:

The Panama Railroad Company now operates
regular trains on Saturday nights for the convenience
especially of employes who wish to attend entertain-
ments of various kinds along the line, as it is desired
to curtail the operation of Commission equipment
specials over the Panama railroad tracks, this practice
having grown to such proportions that it is deemed
unsafe.

Hereafter, no permission will be granted to operate
Commission equipment specials on Saturday nights,
and will not be granted for other nights unless con-
vincing reasons are given showing why the entertain-
ment or function which they are to serve cannot be
given on a Saturday night.

Geo. W. Goethals, Chairman.

Special Designations, Central Division.

Culebra, C. Z., March 29, 1911.
Circular, No. 229-p:

The following additional designations and rates of
pay are hereby authorized for night repair gangs
Central Division only:

Designation. Unit. Rate of Pay.

Boilermaker Mo. $30.00

Boilermaker Mo. 40.00

Boilermaker Mo. 50.00

Geo. W. Goethals,
Chairman and Chief Engineer.

Issue of Commissary and Hotel Books.

Culebra, C. Z., March 31, 1911.
Circular No. 256c-:

The following amendments to Circular No. 256, dated
May 28, 1909, are hereby made:

Paragraph 4 is changed to read as follows:

Employes are required to obtain, as far as practicable,
all hotel and commissary books required by them for
the month at one time.

Paragraph 8 is cancelled and in lieu thereof the fol-
lowing is substituted:

The issue of commissary books to gold employes will
be limited to three-fourths of the amount of their
monthly pay. Silver employes may draw commissary
books up to the full amount of their pay, with the under-
standing that silver employes whose pay is over $50



U. S. currency per month will not be permitted to
draw commissary books in an amount exceeding $50
in any one month. Geo. W. Goethals,

Chairman and Chief Engineer.

Culebra, C. Z., March 29, 1911.
Heads of Departments and Divisions:

Your attention is invited to the fact that it is the
intention of Paragraph 3 of Circular No. 256, dated
May 28. 1909, that coupon books can be obtained at
any time during a month except on the last two and
the first four days of each month by both gold and silver
employes. I have been informed that this intention is
not being carried out and that at the present time gold
employes are in general not able to obtain coupon
books during more than 70 per cent of the time — instead
of the 80 per cent allowed by Circular No. 256 — and
silver employes during not more than 50 per cent of the
time.

It is directed that you make such changes in the
present methods in your respective departments and
divisions as are practicable and necessary to secure
compliance with the intention of this Circular without
increase in force. Geo. W. Goethals,

Chairman and Chief Engineer.



commission clubhouses.



Good Friday, a Holiday.

Culebra. C. Z., March 30, 1911.
Circular No. 381:

So far as consistent with the transaction of public
business, Friday. April 14 (Good Friday), will be ob-
served as a holiday in the Canal Zone.

Good Friday is not included in the list of holidays
for which gratuity pay is allowed, and pay for services
performed on that day will be calculated the same as
for Sundays.

Holy Thursday will be considered an ordinary work-
ing day and payment made accordingly.

Geo. W. Goethals,
Chairman and Chief Engineer.



Designation Engineer (Crane).

Culebra, C. Z., April 3, 1911.
Circular No. 229-q:

The designation Engineer (Crane) at the rates of
$50 and $60 a month is hereby authorized.

Geo. W. Goethals,
Chairman and Chief Engineer.



Leasing of a Building at Empire.

Ancon, C. Z., March 29, 1911.
Bids will be received by the Collector of Revenues,
up to and including April 20, 1911, for the leasing to the
highest bidder, from May 1, 1911, for a period of not
more than three years, of building No. 16 at Empire
owned by the Canal Zone Government The building
is of French construction, two stories, and contains,
in all, 12 rooms. Bids should be in envelopes marked,
"Bids for a lease to Building No. 16 at Empire."

Tom M. Cooke, Collector of Revenues.



LOST — Watch fob with a Masonic and Kangaroo
pin attached, between the Cristobal commissary and
P. R. R. station, Colon, on Saturday, April 1, between
5.45 and 6 p. m. Finder kindly return to L. E. Burdge,
care Depot Quartermaster, Mount Hope.



Rainfall from March 1 to 31, Inclusive.



Stations.


s

I*

a o

s


Q


si

IS


Pacific Section —


Ins.



.25





.03

.06

.06
.11
.20
.18
.10
.01
.03
.24
.33
.44
.38
.77
.38

.61
.31
.38
.39


"is
'23'

23

23
23
23

2
14

1
21
23
23
23
23
21
21

2
25
25

2


1ns.





.26














.03




.06


Central Section —






.13




.20




.38




.22




.01




.04




.36




55




.66




.97




2.33




1.41


Atlantic Section —


1.80




1.30




1.41




2.38







♦Standard rain gage — readings at 5 p. m. daily.
Automatic rain gage at unstarred stations — value
midnight to midnight.



Activities of the Young Men's Christian Asso-
ciation.

An entertainment company from the States known as
the Yost Concert Party will give entertainments at
the clubhouses during the present month. The com-
pany consists of Gaylord Yost, violinist; Ella Schroeder-
Yost. violinist and pianist; Harietta Purcell Rowlen.
soprano; Charles D. Rowlen, baritone, and Molly Jane
Reed, reader. The dates so far arranged are as fol-
lows; Empire, April 8; Gatun, April 10; Corozal,
April 11, Culebra, April 12; Cristobal, April 13; Gor-
gona, April 14; Porto Bello, April 21.

CULEBRA.

A chess match by wireless telegraph and telephone
is in progress between the Culebra and Porto Bello
chess clubs. The first move was made by Porto Bello
on Saturday night and was the pawn to the king's
fourth. Culebra answered with the black's pawn to
the king's fourtn. The plan of play is for each member
of the club to study out what he thinks would be the
best move, and that suggested by the majority is
adopted. In this way the match is made a test of
club strength rathei than of the ability of individuals.
The moves are transmitted fiom Porto Bello to Colon
by aerogram, and from Colon to Culebra by telephone,
and the replies of Culebra arc sent back by reversing
this process.

During the week ending Ap;il 1, Fox made a bigpin
scoie of 205, tne only one over 200. The 100. or over,
scores for duckpins were made by the following: Case,
103, 101, 101; Fox, 103; Huttlemaier, 101; Kersey,
100, Hurst, 100.

The opening game of the Y. M. C. A. indoor baseball
league will be played between Culebra and Gatun at
Culebra on April 8, at 8.15 p. m.

The topic for discussion at the session of the topic
club to be held on Monday evening, April 10. at 7.45,
will be "Social and political service."

EMPIRE.

The following high scores were bowled on the alleys
this week in duckpins: Henry, 101, 104, 102; Parkis,
111. 108, 112; McLeod, 107; Scull, 100, 104, 105;
Goolsby, 101; Koperski, 106.

In the opening game of the indoor baseball league.
Empire will play Gorgona at Gorgona on Saturday,
April 8.

Baseball from all angles was dicussed under the
direction of Umpire Irwin last Friday evening, March
31. There was a good attendance.

Sixty new books for the library have been received
and fifty more are being ordered for delivery about May
1.

GORGONA.

The discussion club on Wednesday ^night. March 29,
was led by S.J. Boyd; the topic was, "Who should own
the land, the individual or the nation?" C. M. Benson
will lead the discussion on Wednesday, April 5; the
topic will be "Should immigration be restricted?"

GATUN.

At the moving picture entertainment on Thursday,
March 30, Fred W. Clause of Cristobal assisted at the
piano and G. Karl Weston sang several popular songs
and recited an original poem. The next moving
picture show will be given on Saturday, April 8.

The vaudeville show by the Cristobal Y. M. C. A.
troupe at the Gatun clubhouse on Monday, April 3,
was enjoyed by a large audience.

Mr. Ludwig announces that the physical classes will
continue to be held on Tuesday and Friday nights, and
that at 9 o'clock practice for indoor baseball will be
held.

"Gambling" was the subject for discussion by the
"Life problem's club" on Sunday night, April 2. The
attendance of the club is increasing.

The literary club held a successful meeting on Wed-
nesday night, March 28. The musical numbers were:
Soprano solo, Mrs. A. O. Ludwig; bass solo, Mr. Hull;
piano solo, Mrs, Johnson; baritone solo, Mr. Ourand;
Mr. Young, the president, presided. The subject for
discussion and debate was "Should foreign immigration
be restricted," in which the following participated:
Messrs. Whiting. Gilkie, Ludwig, Guarine and Jones.
Mr. Young gave a recitation.

The results of the pool and billiard match held at
Gatun on Saturday, April 1, are as follows: Pool —
DePoorter (Gatun), 125; Hirsh (Empire). 80. Wilson
(Gatun), 74; Pierson (Empire) 185. Billiards —
Tounsley (Gatun), 100; Smith (Empire), 83. Mr.
Hirsh and Mr. DePoorter will play a match game of
300 balls for the championship and gold medal; the
first half to be played at Empire on Saturday, April 8,
the second at Gatun on April 15.

Capt. Hodges' team defeated Capt. Duran's team in
a match game of duckpins held on the night of March
28. Cristobal took all three games of duckpins at
Gatun on April 1.



April 5, 1911.



THE CANAL RECORD



255



BASEBALL.



League Games Discontinued.

The free transportation granted to the Panama Canal
Baseball League teams at the beginning of the season
was withdrawn on April 1. The league finds it impos-
sible to pay expenses under these conditions and the
games scheduled for dates following April 1 have been
cancelled. The schedule provided for games on
April 2. 9. 14. 16. 23. 30. and May 7.

The team representing the Commissary and Sub-
sistence Departments was in the lead at the close of
the season, and the standing was as follows:

P. W. L. P.C. I P. W. L. P.C.

Com-Sub. 5 5 1.000 Empire ..523 .400
Atlantics.. 5 2 3 .400 | Ancon ... 5 1 4 .200

GAME PLAYED MARCH 26.



Ancon. AB.H.PO.A.E.


C.-S. AB.H.PO.A.E.


RDren'n.cf. 4


1 3





Buchanan. cf 5 2 10


LDren'n.rf. 4


0(0


1


Brievogle.lf. 5 2


Pearman,3b 4


1 3


2


Curtis,2b. . .53060


Potter ,ss ... 4


2


1


Meegan.c. .. 5 8 11


Nygren.lb. 3


10


1


Rutherf'd.ss 5 2 13 1


Hunter2b.. 3


2


2


Lacey,3b... 5 1 2 1 P


Caldwell.c. 3


1 8 2





Ryan.rf 5 1 U


Russell. p. . 3


2 4





Guptil.lb. .5 1 15


Hull.p 1





1


Mosher.p. .. 4 10 3


Murray ,lf.. 2


1


1




Totals... 31


3 27 10


9





Ancon 10000000 0—1

Com.-Subsistence. .53100010 1—1 1



Runs — Ancon: R. Drennan; C.-S.: Buchanan,
Brievogle (2), Curtis (2), Meegan, Rutherford, Lacey
(2), Ryan, Guptil. Runs earned — C.-S., 4. Two base
hi t — Ryan. Home run — Lacey. Stolen bases —
Rutherford (2). Struck out— By Hull, 2; by, Russell.
3; by Mosher, 8. Left on bases — Ancon, 3; C.-S., 6.
Umpire — Lawler. Time of game — 2.00. Scorer — B.
W. Payne.



A baseball game between the Second Atlantic team
and a team from Gorgona at Colon on April 2, resulted
7 to 2 in favor of Gorgona.

At Ancon, on April 2, a picked team defeated a team
from the U. S. S. Yorklown by a score of 10 to 5.



Benefit Game at Colon.
The Empire and Commissary-Subsistence teams
played a benefit game of baseball for the Colon fire
relief fund on Sunday afternoon. April 2. The score
follows:



Empire. AB.H.PO.A.E.


Bryan. 3b . . 4


2





3


1


Markley ,c. 4


2


6


3


3


Murphy, cf. 4











1


VanZandt.lf 4


2











Doughy, 2b. 4


2


2


2





Toone.ss. . . 4





6


3





Bell, lb 4


1


9


1


2


Lyon.rf . ... 3














Marshall, p. 3





1


3






C.-S.



Buchanan. cf 4
Brievogle.lf. 4 1
Curtis, ss. ..32
Meegan.c. . 3
Lacey,3b.. . 2 1
Kellogg.lb. 4
Ryan. 2b. ..43
Guptil.rf.. . 4
Mosher.p... 4 1



AB.H.PO.A.E.



Totals... 34 9 24 15 7 Totals. . .32 8 *26 11
"Lyon out for foul bunt on 3rd strike.



Empire 10 10 1 — 3

Com.-Subsistence.. 2 4 10 2 1 x — 10
Runs — Empire: Bryan (2), Markley: C.-S.: Bu-
chanan, Curtis (2), Kellogg (2), Ryan (3). Guptil.
Mosher. Runs earned — Empire, 2; C.-S., 6. Two
base hits — Markley, VanZandt, Ryan. Home runs —
Ryan, Mosher, Bryan. Sacrifice hit — Lacey. Stolen
bases — Meegan, Kellogg, Ryan. First base on errois
— By Empire, 3; by C.-S., 2. Bases on balls — Off
Marshall, 3. Struck out — By Mosher, 10; by Mar-
shall, 6. Hit by pitcher — By Marshall, 1 (Curtis).
Wild pitch — Marshall. 3. Left on bases — Empire, 4;
C.-S., 2. Double play — Curtis to Guptil. Umpire —
Irwin. Time of game — 2.10. Scorer — J. P. Mead.



Tide Table.

The following table shows the time of high and low
tides at Panama for the week ending April 12. 1911
(75th meridian time) :



Date.


High.


Low.


High.


Low.


High.




A.M.


A. M.
2.38
3.40
4.57

6.17
7.27
8.22
9.12


A. M.
8.42
9.52

11.17

P. M.

12.40
1.45
2.40
3.23


P. M.
3.08
4.22
5.45

7.00
800
8.52
9.37


P. M.
9.08
10.23
11.50


April 7




April 8








April 10

April 11

April 12


1.12
2.15
3.07





PANAMA RAILROAD COMPANY.













PASSENGER TRAIN


TIME TABLE IS


o. 9


-IN EFFECT APRIL 1, 1911.












SOUTHWARD.


J .

go

" o
SO


STATIONS.


NORTHWARD.


SATURDAY
ONLY.


SUNDAY ONLY.


DAILY EXCEPT SUI*
DAY,


DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY'.


SUNDAY ONLY.


SAT.
ONLY


SUN.
ONLY


73


71


89


37


25


23


21


7


5


3


2


4


6


8

P. M.
7.35

7.30

724

3 7.17
5 6.56
= 6.50
5 6.44

. 6 10
f 6.34
3 6.28
16.23
?6.19

5 6.13

= 6. OS

5 6.01

5.50

= 5.49

5 5 44
5 5.33
f 5.35
5.30
P. M.


20


2


24

P. M.

3.00

3 2.56

2 50

4 2.44
4 2.25
4 2.19

*2 13

4 2.08
'" 2.02
i 1 .57
4 1.52
4 1.47

3 1.42

3 1.37

4 1.32
f 1.22

4 1.19

5 1.14
3 1.07
f 1.04

1.00

P. M.


26

P. M.

6.00

5 5.56

5.50

s 5 41
s 5.25
s 5.19
5 5 13

s 5 08
f 5 02
= 4 57
5 4.52
s 4.47

5 4.42
5 4.37

5 4.32
f 4.22
5 4.19
5 4.14
5 4.07
f 4.04
4.00
P. M.


28

P. M

9.00

4 8.56

B.50

4 8.14
4 8.25
4 8.19
4 8.13

f s.n

4 7.57
4 7.52

4 7.47

5 7.42
4 7.37

4 7.32
f 7.22

5 7.19
5 7.14
4 7.n7
f 7.04

7.00

P. M.


30


72


74


P.M.

10.45

si ". 5'
111.55

f 11. on

s 11.03
f 11.2
f 11 27


P. M.

6,00
s 6.05

6.10
f 6.15
shlS
f 6.36

f 6 4:

s 6.48

f 6 53
s 6.59

s 7 04
9 7.09
S 7,14

s 7.21
s 7.27

g : (2
5 7.42
s 7.45
9 7.49

9 y.<s

f 7 57
8.00

P. M.


P. M

7.00
s 7.05
f 7.10
f 7.15
S7.18
s 7.36
s7 42
s 7.4S

s 7.53

f 7.5 ! J
.■ J.04
S8.09
sS.14

s 8.20
SS.25

9 8.30

f 8.39
sS.41
=.8.46
sS.53
f S.55
9.00
P. M.


P. 51

4.00

4 4.05
4.10

i 4 IS
t" 4.36

3 4 42
= 4.48

5 4.53
f 4.59

4 5JI1

5 5.09
55.14

5 5.20
S5.25

^5.30
f 5.39

3 5 11

s 5.46

s 5.53

f 5.55

6.00

P. M.


P. M.

1.00

s 1.05

1.10

s 1.18
f 1.36
s 1.42
s 1.48

s 1.53
f 1.59
s 2.04
s 2.09
s 2.14

S2.20
S2.25

3 2.30
f 2.39
s 2.41
s 2.46
s2.53
f 2.55
3.00
P. M.


A. M.
10.00
s 10.05
f 10.10
f 10.15
s 10.18
f 10.36
s 10.42
s 10.48

s 10 53
f 10.59
s 11.04
s 1 1 119
s 11.14

s 11.20
s 11.25

s 11 30
f 11.39
s 11.41
s 11.46
s 11.53
f 11 55
12.00
P. M.


A. M.

6.45

S6.50

6.55

5 7.01
f 7.19
f 7.25
s 7.31

5 7.36
f 7.4.'
S 7.48

5 7.53
5 7.58

S8.04
3S.09

= 8 14
f 5 23
sR.25
s 8.30
ss 37
f 8.39
8.45

A. M.


P. M.
4.35
4.39
4.45

s 4.51
s5.ll
s 5.17
s 5.23

5 5.27
f 5.33
s 5.40
s 5.4.5
s5.49

3 5.55

s 6.00

S 6.05
6.16
5 6 IS
s 6.2*
s 6.31
f 6 33
6.40

P. M.


A. M.
10.30
10.33
19.38

s"10.44
s 11.03
f 11.09
s'.11.15

s 11.19
f 11.25

s 11.33
s 11.38
s 11.42

s 11.48
s 11.55

Y. M.

s 12.01

12 11
s 12.13

s 12.10

s 12.26

f 12.28

12.35

P. M.


A. M.
5 25
i 5.31
5 5.36
= 5.41

4 5.44
.6.03
-6.05

5 6.15

5 6.19

f 6.25
5 6 32
5 6 37
3 6.42

= 6.49

3 6.54

. 6 59
7.0<4

5 7.11

s 7.16
s 7 22
f 7.21
7.30
A. M


O.on
1.77
4.37
5 94
6.79
15.26
18 51
21.37

23.30
25 74;'

■:> fis
u hi'

32.62
34.91

35.90
39.77
10.15
41 66
41.16
44.84
47.07


Leave. Arr.

IColon

rMt. Hope .. .

New Gatun...

•■Gatun

fBohio


A. M.
8.35
sS.30
sS.24
S8.19
s 8.17
5 7 58
5 7.5:
s.7.46

S7.42
f 7.36
= 7.29
S7.24
S7.20

s 7.1 4
S7.09

s7.ni

6.52
5 6.50
5 6.45
S6.38
3 6,35

6.30
A.M.


P. M.

12.50
12.47
12.42

s 12.38
f 12.16
s 12.10
s 12.04

P, M

s 11.59
f 11.53
s 11.46
= 1! 41
s 11.37

9 11.30
s 11.25

sll.20

11.09

s 11.05

3 11.011

5 10.53

f 10 50

10.45

A. M.


P. M.
3.35
3.30
3.24

= 3.19
f 2.59
f 2.53
5 2.47

3 2.43'
F 2.37
S2.30
s 2.25
S2.21

s 2.15
S2.10

3 2.04
1.52
s 1.50
s 1.45
si 38
f 1.35
1.30
P. M.


A. M.

S.45

sR.41
f K. J5
s 8.30
5 8.27
sS.OS

5 S I..'

S7.56

s 7.51

f 7.46
5 7.41
S7.36

5 7.31

3 7.26
s7.21

5 7.16
f 7.05
= 7 m
s6.58
s 6.52
f 6.49
6.45
A. M.


P. M.

I2.no

s 11.56

11.5

5 11.44
s 11.25
s 11.19
s 11.13

5 U.OS
f 11.02
s 10.57
s 10.52
s 10.47

s 10.42
s 10.37

s 10.32
f 10.22

s 10.19
s 10.14
s 10.07
f 10.04
10.00
A. M.


P. M.
11.40
5 11 57
f 11.31
f 11.26
s 11.24
f 11.05
s 1".59
s 10.53

s 10.48
f 10.42
s 10.37
5 10.32
f 10.27

s 10.22
5 10.17

s 10.12
f 10.02
s 9.59
f 9.54
s 9.47
f 944
940
P. M.


P. M.
9.30

S9.26
9.2'
f 9 16
5 9.14
F8.55
f 8.49
5 8.43

- 8.3S
! s 32
3 8.27
58 21
8.16

3 8.11
3 8.05

5 7.59
,7.48
5 7.45
s 7.41
f 7.35
f 7.33
7.30
P. M.


A. M.

2.00

s 1.56

1.51

1.46

s 1.44

f 1.25

f 1.19

s 1.13

S 1.08
f 1 03
s 12.5S
s 12.53
s 12.48

s 12.43
s 12.38

f 12.33

f 12.24

s 12.21

s 12 15

f 12.08

12.05

12 01

A. M.


s 11.33

sll.38
sll.44
Sll.44
ill.M
sll 59
A. M.
S12 05
S12.10

s 12.15

S 12.24

S 1 :-
s 12.31

si. '.3S

f 1 2 40

12.45

A. M.


ITabemilla... .

tSan Pablo....

FGorgona

rMatachin ....
iBas Obispo.. .

Las Cascadas.
tEmpire

tCulebra
^Paraiso Jet. . .
tPedro Miguel

Miraflnies. . .
tCorozal

Camp Diablo
tPanama
Arr. Leave.


73


71


29


87


25


23


81


7


5


3




tTel. station,
f Flag station.

5 ston.


8


4


6


8


80


22


34


26


28


30


72


74













GATUN SHUTTLE TRAIN.










DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.




STATIONS.




DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.


37


35


33


31


32


34


36


38


P M.

5.30


P. M.

4.00


P. M.

12.20
s 12.25
s 12.30
s 12.35

12.38


A. M.

10.00
s 10 05
s 10.10
s 10.15

10.18


Leave.




Arrive.


A. M.

11.25
sll.20


P. M.
3.20

s 3 15


P. M.

5 20
s 5.15
s 5.10
S 5.05

5.02


P. M.

6.50
s 6.45
s 5.40
S 6.35


s 5.35 s 4.05








s 5.40


s 4.10

s 4.15

4.18






S 5.45




s 11.10 s 3.05


5.48






Arrive.




Leave.









BALBOA TRAIN



SOUTHWARD.


STATIONS.


NORTHWARD.


Sun-
days
only.


Work-
nights
only.






DAILY.








50




DAILY.




Work-
nights
only .


Sun-
days
only.


69


67


65


63


61


59


57


55


53


51


52


54


56 58


60


62


64


66


68


P. M.

9.30
9.45


P. M.

10.50
11.00


P. M.

6.45
6.55


P. M.

5.35
5.50


P. M.

1.50
2.00


P. M.

12.30

12.45


A. M.

10.40
10.50


A.M.

7.45
8.00


A.M.

6.35
6.50


A. M.

5.30
5.45


Leave Arrive

Panama
Balboa
Arrive Leave


A.M.

6.20
6.05


A.M.

7.40

7.25


A. M. 1 A. M.

10.30 11.25
10.20 11.10


P. M.

1.25
1.15


P. M.

5.25
5.10


P. M.

6.15
6.00


P. M.

7.35
7.25


P.M.

11.25
11.10


P. M.

10.00
9.50



256



THE CANAL RECORD



Vol. IV., No. 32.



COMMISSARY DEPARTMENT.



The hours during which commissaries are open are
as follows:

Cristobal and Culebra, 8 a. m. to 12.30 p. m.; 2 p. m.
to 7 p. m.

All other commissaries, 8 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 3 p. m. to
7 p. m.



Retail prices of cold storage provisions for the week
beginning April 2.

FRESH MEATS.

Price.

Mutton — Stewing, per pound 6

Shoulder, neck trimmed off, (4 pounds

and over) , per pound

Entire forequarter (not trimmed) 10

pounds and over, per pound

Leg, (8 to 10 pounds), per pound. . . .

Cutlets, per pound

Short cut chops, per pound

Lamb — Stewing, per pound

Entire forequarter, neck trimmed off,

per pound ■

Leg (5 to 8 pounds), per pound

Chops, per pound

Cutlets, per pound

Veal — Stewing, per pouud

• Shoulder, for roasting (not under 4

pounds) , per pound

Chops — Shoulder, per pound

Chops, per pound

Loin for roasting, per pound

Cutlets, per pound

Pork, loin chops or ro \st, per pound

Beef — Suet, per pound

Soup, per pound

Stew, per pound

Corned, per pound 12, 14

Chuck roast (3 pounds and over), per

pound

Pot roast, per pound

Rib roast, second cut (not under 3$

pounds) , per pound

Rib roast, first cut (not under 3 pounds),

per pound

Sirloin roast, per pound

Rump roast, per pound

Porterhouse roast, per pound

Steak, chuck, per pound

Round , per pound

Rib, per pound

Sir.Mn, per pound

Rump, per pound

Porterhouse (not less than lj

pounds), per pound

Tenderloin (Western) per pound . .
Tenderloin (Native) , per pound . . .

MISCELLANEOUS.

Caviare, Russian in i-lb. jars, per jar 85

Livers — Beef, per pound 7

Calf, each 60

Half, each 30

Sausage — Pork, per pound IS

Bologna, per pound 10

Frankfurter, per pound 12

Lieberwurst, per pound 10