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45:75
51:50
53:50
31:00



328:45



Cu. Yds.



3,693



Total.



Cm.



Yds.
1,393
1.520
1,596
1.621
1.568
1,656



9,354
174,166



*This 404 yards was mixed by a }-yard mixer, the amounts for each day being:
1 10 yards; April 5th. 1 1 1 yards; April 6th, 67 yarda.



183.520
April 3d. 116 yards; April 4th



April 12, 1911.



THE CANAL RECORD



259



STEAM SHOVEL RECORDS.



Central Division Work in March.

During the month of March the total
amount of material excavated in the Central
Division was 2,032,523 cubic yards, of which
542,991 cubic yards were classified as earth,
and 1,489,532 cubic yards as rock.

Of this quantity, 1,961,204 cubic yards
were removed by steamshovels, 8,508 cubic
yards by scraper, 2S.185 cubic yards by
bucket cranes, and 9,170 cubic yards by hand.
Contractors removed 17,711 cubic yards by
sluicing and 7,745 cubic yards by hand.

The high record for the month W3s made
by shovel No. 223, working 27 days in the
Culebra district, which excavated 65,559
cubic yards of rock. The second best record
for the month was made by shovel No. 208,
working 27 days in the Culebra district, which
excavated 62,003 cubic yards of rock and
earth.

The best record for a shovel of the 70-ton
class was made by shovel No. 124, working
27 days in the Culebra district, which exca-
vated 37,420 cubic yards of rock and earth.

Shovel No. 253, working in the Empire
district, made a high record for one day by
excavating 3, 1 16 cubic yards of rock on March
28. Shovel No. 128, working in the Chagres
district, excavated 2,130 cubic yards of earth
on March 24, the high record for one day for
a shovel of the 70-ton class, during the month.

Except where noted, monthly reports are
computed by place measurement, while the
daily reports are based on car measurement.
The best records for the month and fo.' one
day are shown below:

BEST RECORDS FOR THE MONTH.

CHAGRES DISTRICT.







Cubic


Yards.




Shovel
No.


Earth.


Rock.


Total.


No. of

days at

work.


126*


35.030
32,296




35,030
32,296


26

27


115*







EMPIRE DISTRICI






226




51,160
50,992
46,984


51.160
50.992
46,984




263




27
27


253









CULEBRA DISTRICT.



223.
208.
212.



65.559 65,559
24.272 i 62,003
52,773 | 52,773



27
27
26



PEDRO MIGUEL.



231.



41,567 41,567





BEST RECORDS FOR ONE DAY.




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Location.


Date.


Character of

material
excavated.


Cubic
yards.


128


Chagres*. . .
Chagres*. . .
Chagres*. . .

Culebra
Culebra
Culebra
Culebra

Pedro Miguel
Pedro Miguel
Pedro Miguel.


Mar. 24
Mar. 10
Mar. 17
Mar. 28
Mar. 29
Mar. 7
Mar. 14
Mar. 3
Mar. 2

IMar. 7
Mar. 14
Mar. 29
Mar. 30

I Mar. 20


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2 130


1 11


Earth




115


Earth




253


Earth


3 116


25>
226


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Earth


2.850
2,793


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3 059


2S«


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3 021


256


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2,869


22;


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2.831


208


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2.730


231


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2,793


231


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2 356


231




2.166


*


?0-ton shovels.


Others


95 and 103-ton sho\


'els.



Steamshovels on P. R. R. Relocation.

For the month of March, the total excava-
tion on the relocation of the Panama railroad
was 408,180 cubic yards, of which 134,429
were earth and 273,751 cubic yards were
rock. On the Gatun-Monte Lirio section



273,475 cubic yards were taken out by steam-
shovels and 400 cubic yards by hand. On
the Gold Hill section, 51,820 cubic yards were
removed by steamshovels, 61.6S8 cubic yards
by pan car task work, 4,667 cubic yards by-
hand for culverts, and 16,130 cubic yards by
contract, a total of 134,305 cubic yards.

The best steamshovel record was made by
steamshovel No. 257, on the Gatun section,
which removed 5,400 cubic yards of earth
and 64,200 cubic yards of rock, a total of
69,600 cubic yards from main line cuts in
27 working days.

The best 70-ton record was made by steam-
shovel No. 117, working near Camp Totten,
which excavated 48,160 cubic yards of rock
in 27 working days.

The high record for one day for 5-yard
shovels was made by steamshovel No. 257
which excavated 3,240 cubic yards of rock on
March 24.

The higli record for a shovel with 3-yard
dipper was made by steamshovel No. 105,
which excavated 2,300 cubic yards of earth
and rock on March 27.

'BEST RECORDS FOR THE MONTH.





Cubic Yards by Cross Section.


Shovel No.


Days
worked.


Earth


Rock.


Total.


257


27
27
27


5,400
15,775


64.200
36,525
48,160


69.600


262


117


48.160









Total ouput during month of March, 1911, 325,295
cubic yards.

Total number of steamshovel working days. 190.
Average output per working day, 1,712 cubic yards.



Gatun Dam Spillway.

The concrete work in the spillway of Gatun
Dam is over 52 per cent completed, 131,624
cubic yards out of a total of 250,000 having
been placed up to the close of work on April 8.
A statement of the amount laid each day last
week and of the total in place, follows:



Date.



April 3

April 4

April 5

April 6

April 7

April 8

Total

Previously reported . . .

Grand total



Concrete
Laid.



Cu. Yds
288
214
234
240
220
244



1,440
130,184



131.624



Hours
worked.



15:00
14:00
16:00
15:00
16:00
15:30



91:30



No.
Mixers.



Porto Bello Crusher.

A statement of the work done at the Porto
Bello crusher, by days, for the week ended
April 8, follows:



Date.


Hours
worked.


Cubic
Yards.




6:30
7:10
7:15
6:55
7:20
6:48


2.928
3.487
3.726
3.331
3.529
2.996


April 4






April 7


April 8






Total. . .


41:58


19.997





Atlantic Division Sand and Rock Service.

The sand dredged from the beds at Nombre
de Dios and shipped to Gatun for use in the
locks and spillway concrete, amounted to
48,292 cubic yards in March. This is the
greatest output for one month from the Nom-
bre de Dios pits. The amount of rock



quarried and crushed at Porto Bello in March
was also the greatest monthly output, 87,109
cubic yards. The plant worked eight hours
a day throughout .the month, and the greatest
daily output was that of March 15 when
3,737 cubic yards were sent to Gatun.

Ancon Quarry.

A statement of the rock crushed at Ancon
quarry during the week ended April 8, 1911,
follows:



Date.


Hours
worked.


Cubic
Yards.




4:25
1:40
6:15
8:20
8:45
7:25


1.824
979

1.609
2,588
2,778
2,560




April 5




April 7....




April 8






Total . . .


36:50


12.356





Obituary.

A cable message from the States under date
of April 8, announces the death of William
B. Corse, resident engineer at Corozal in
the Pacific Division. He was granted leave
of absence on account of illness on March 23.
He was born in Alexandria, Va., 43 years
ago. and came to the Isthmus on January 4,
1910. He is survived by his wife, a daughter,
and a brother whose home is in Lexington, Va.

I. B. of S. S. and D. M.

The International Brotherhood of Steam
Shovel and Dredge Men will hold its regular
meeting on Sunday, April 16, at the I. C. C.
lodge hall, Empire, at 12.15 p. m. It is very
important that all brotherhood men attend
this meeting.

Walter P. Tudor, Secretary and Treasurer

Empire, April 7, 1911.



Work of the Chinese Red Cross.
Improvements to the Chinese section in
Mount Hope cemetery are being made by
the Chinese chapter of the Red Cross. The
section is situated directly east of the main
entrance adjoining the Jewish section, and
covers about one acre of ground. The lot
is being enclosed by a concrete wall three feet
high and about eight inches thick. The back
of thi: wall will be decorated with symbolic
designs and memorial inscriptions, and the
space along the top will be reserved for flow-
ers, urns, and other memorials. The entrance
will be an arched gateway nine feet six inches
high and six feet wide. The representatives
of the Red Cross have located the bodies of
several of their countrymen who were buried
in the old cemetery prior to American occu-
pation, and have removed them to the new
section. Under this society it has been
the custom of the Chinese to exhume the
bones of their dead who have families in
China and ship them home for reinterment.
This was done in 1908 and 1910, fifty bodies
having thus been shipped. About 80 will
remain in the cemetery. The improvements
will cost $2,500.

Among the 2,000 Chinese in the Republic
and in the Canal Zone, 150 are active members
of the Red Cross, and several hundred are
associate members, paying a subscription
every three years. The chapter recently
forwarded SS00 to the headquarters in Shang-
hai for the famine sufferers.



Murder at Bohlo.
At a dance near Bohio on the night of
April 10, Andres Oraso stabbed and killed
Doceibe Rodriguez. Oraso is in jail.



260



THE CANAL RECORD



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April 12, 1911.



THE CANAL RECORD



261



CANAL MEDAL LIST.



The following is a list of American employes of the Isthmian Canal Commission, who completed two years' service on the Isthmus
during the twelve months ending December 31, 1910, and for that reason are entitled to receive the Canal Medal. The date shown
opposite each name is that from which medal service is reckoned. The list is continued from the issue of April 5, 1911.

The list is now published in order that it may be carefully checked by those interested. Any omissions, errors in the spelling of
names or in the dates from which medal service is reckoned, should be reported to the Office of the Chairman at Culebra, for
correction.

In numbering the medals the relative standing of employes, whose medal service is reckoned from the same date, will be determined
by lot. The list will be continued in the issue of April 26, 1911.



Name. Dale.

1908. .

David. Joseph June 14

Gerlach. Frederic M. . .June 14

Lord, Charles G June 14

Mitchell. George W June 14

Naylor. .Michael J June 14

Penman, Charles W. . .June 14

Rosselot. Emma June 14

Severn, Christopher J.. June 14

Stanner. John T June 14

Sullivan. Bernard June 14

Vinton. Byron F J une 14

Hudtloff, Theador June IS

Linne, George A June 15

Macfcey, James F June 15

Doyle, Andrew June 16

Krampton. Charles M..June 17
Shearer, Samuel G. . . .June 17

Deavours, John C June 18

Perkins. James L.. Jr. .June 18
Mooney, Thomas B. . .June 18

Allen. Sydney G June 19

Byrnes. James N June 19

Corbett, Malachy J. . .June 19

Folcey, Arthur E June 19

Hoziea, Charles P June 19

Kalbreyer, William June 19

Mahony, Joseph June 19

McGeachy, Alexander.. June 19

Rosen, Morris June 19

Sasse, Harry O June 19

Story, Albert R June 19

Strobel, Louis June 19

Walter. John R June 19

Muldoon. Albert C June 20

Shoup, Vernon June 20

Graham, John H June 22

Kockler, Edwin June 23

Kelleher. Morris I June 24

Labat, John June 24

Simons. Hugh A June 24

Steuer. John C. Jr. . . .June 24

Budgick, Frank June 26

Kent. Lucien B June 27

Wallen, Earl S June 27

Abshire. David June 30

Bartholomew, Annie MJune 30

Cucuel, Leo M June 30

Devol. Carroll A June 30

Flood, James J June 30

Garvey. Joseph T June 30

Johnson, Charles F June 30

Pyne, David F June 30

Sanders. Bruce G June 30

Smith, Jesse T June 30

Wilson. Eugene T June 30

Fanger. Joseph July 1

Gowan, William R.. Jr. July 1

Mee. George H July 2

Otty. George July 2

Randolph. Joseph H . . . .July 2

Slattery. Richard July 2

Crary. Alexander P July 6

Golden. John A July 6

Groff. Albert D July 6

. Lego. Thomas E July 6

Martin. Joseph July 6

Pierce. Margaret July 6

Tuttle, Mearl J July 6

Walsh, Patrick F July 6

Weiser, William M July 6

Ansberry, James F July 7

Carroll. Michael J July 7

Francis, Judson W July 7

Goddum, William July 7

Motley. Thomas July 7

Casanova. Toulme V. . . .July 8

West. Charles S July 8

Wilkins. John H July 8

Behrends. Henry July 9

Gray, John July 9

Wagner. Jake July 9

Crichton. James B July 10

Coit, John J July 1 1

Harkins. Hugh J July 13



Name. Date.

McClelland. Joseph V. July 13

Severin. William July 14

Hodges. Harry F July IS

Knight, William O July IS

Valentine, Amelia J . . ■ July IS

Walker, John A July 15

Carson, Arthur July 16

Carter. H. R.. Jr July 16

Childs. William M Juy 16

Jaquish. George July 16

Johnson, James S July 16

Thatcher. Roland C .. . July 16

Webster. William July 16

Hannah. Maude July 17

Mullane. Dennis E. . .July 18

Bell. Ernest C July 20

Brow, George July 2

DeVerse. Byron T July 20

Hooper. Lulu E July 20

King, Campbell J July 20

Matthews. Charles H. .July 21

Mullane. Patrick July 22

Barth. George H July 23

Kotalik. John J July 23

Snyder, Robert M July 23

Hills. Fred C July 24

Jervey, James P July 24

Keller, Gustav W July - 4

Mann, C. H July 24

Bliss, George H July 2=

Zeier, Andrew July 28

Allen. George B July 29

Anderson. Grant July 29

Dugan, Mary J July 29

Ferguson. Blanche K...July 29

Hern. John F July 29

Johnston. Ida J July 29

Louis. William U July 29

McBride. Frank July 29

Mcllenry. Paul M July 29

McLean, I. William. .. .July 29

Murphy. John J July 29

Schofield. Benj. A July l l >

Shaffer, Melvin C July 29

Skinner. Frank July 29

Wilkins, John July 29

Wilson, George M July 29

Allen. Everett W July 31

Dundas. Harry Aug. 1

Lechler, Anthony J Aug. 1

Mattimore. Joseph A. . .Aug. 1

Miller. Harvey H Aug. 1

Poison. Thomas Aug. 1

McCalley, Thomas S. . .Aug. 3

Moore, John J. C Aug. 3

McCown, William H . . .Aug. 4

Morton. Brett A Aug. 4

Piper, Edward L Aug. 4

Pettit. John R Aug. 4

Darrow. Samuel P Aug. 5

Mitchell. Walter D Aug. 5

Randall. Charley B Aug. 7

Cuff. Martin R Aug. 8

Cammack. Mahlon W..Aug. 10

Conner, John Aug. 10

Fischer, Charles J Aug. 10

Hunt. IdaS Aug. 10

Kitchin, Andrew G. . . .Aug. 10

Lammers. Ada M Aug. 10

Peters. Claude Aug. 10

Roberts. Thomas Aug. 10

Sands. Fred W Aug. 10

Weyler, Adolf Aug. 10

Peters, Robert M Aug. 11

Theyken. Charles F. . .Aug. 11

Garrison. Jules D Aug. 12

Bealler, Archibald F. .Aug. 41

Bryan, John 1' Vug. 14

Greuling. John J Aug. 14

Mellon. Robert Aug. 14

Urch, Lillian M Aug. 14

Bianchi, Elvezio Aug. 15

Canfield, Floyd J Aug. IS

Coyle, Francis B Aug. IS

Potter. Charles Aug. IS



Name. Date.

Balling, Frank J Aug. 17

Gage, Genevieve Aug. 17

Hodges. Hugh F Aug. 17

Louner, Edward Aug. 17

Oman. Roy W Aug. 17

Svenson. Martin T . . . -Aug. 17

Brandt. Delvin W Aug. 18

Cassell, John S Aug. 18

Keppell, Marian J Aug. 18

Marshall, Fred B Aug. 18

McGrath. Fred S Aug. 18

McMillan. William P. .Aug. 18
Thompson, Robert C - .Aug. 18
Bernsee, Christian D...Aug. 19

Gill. Fred A Aug. 19

Modin, Harry Aug. 19

Cooper, Victor W Aug. 20

Dagley, Farrell H Aug. 20

Butler, Margaret C. . . .Aug. 21

Butler. Mary M Aug. 21

Moore, Judson K. . . . .Aug. 21

Macey, Robert C Aug. 22

Aitken. Samuel C Aug. 23

Casey. Austin B Aug. 23

Duncan. Arthur Aug. 23

Hersom, Charles A. . . .Aug. 23
Hutchins, Herbert A . . . Aug. 23
Mclntyre, James J . . . .Aug. 23

Carlson Charles Aug. 24

Speicher, Harry E Aug. 24

Waters, Thomas Aug. 24

Taylor, S. B Aug. 26

Hausser, Albert Aug. 28

Cline, Robert L Aug. 29

Massey, Parke D Aug. 29

Pender, Katharine D . . Aug. 29

Teall, Gilbert E Aug. 29

Casey. Robert L Sept. 1

Ferguson, Ranee Sept. 1

Grant. J. E Sept. 1

Steptoe, Edward Sept. 1

Falk. Leopold Sept. 2

McFarland, John Sept. 2

McHenry, William D...Sept. 2

Mellon, John J Sept. 2

Nolan. William Sept. 2

O'Neil, John J Sept. 2

Quam. Marshall Sept. 2

Wintler, Clarence H Sept. 2

Yingling, George A Sept. 2

Boyd, Allen S Sept. 3

Dickson. Thomas H . . . . Sept. 3

Hicks. Alvah Q Sept. 3

Hawkins, Fred C Sept. 4

Neville, Herbert C Sept. 4

Hull. Robert H Sept. 5

Wilke. James M Sept. 5

Bryan. Joe. . Sept. 8

Hammer. Hubert H. . . .Sept. 8

Kent, Wiley F Sept. 8

Lloyd, Howard M Sept. 8

Meirowitz. Jacob Sept. 8

Pincus. Alex. G.. Jr. . . .Sept. 8

Yeck. John H Sept. 8

Browne. James A Sept. 9

French, Robert V., Jr. ..Sept. 9