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Obituary.

Daniel Holland, son of Jeremiah Holland,
living at Empire, died at Ancon Hospital on
May 3. He was 12 years of age, and had been
on the Isthmus nearly a month.



Band Concert.

A concert will be given by the'Isthmian Canal Com-
mission Band at Hotel Tivoli, Ancon. C. Z., on Sunday,
May 14, 1911, at 7.30 p. m. The program follows:

1 March — Jolly Pals Kohn

1 Selection — The Prince of Pilsen Luders

3 Reverie — Traumerei (By request) Shuman

4 Overture — Zampa Herold

5 Valse tres lente — Amoreuse Berger

6 Medley Selection — Southern Plantation

Songs Conterno

7 Two Step — Wild Cherries Snyder

8 Serenade — La Paloma (By request) Xradier

9 Intermezzo — Elegante from Les Contes

d' Hoffman (By request) Offenbach

10 March — Independentia Hall

Chas. E. Jennings, Musical Director.
The next concert will be given at Empire on Sunday,
May 21, 1911. at 6 p. m.



Stages of the Chagres.

Maximum heights of the Chagres River for the week
ending midnight. Saturday, May 6, 1911. All heights
are in feet above mean sea level.





Station.






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Day and Date.


Vigia.


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63


Sun. April 30...


130.7


95.8


48.0


13.8


13.8


Mon. May 1 . . .


128.4


94.1


48.3


14.1


14.0


Tues. May 2. . .


127.9


94.2


46.9


14.n


14.0


Wed. May 3. . .


127.6


94.0


46.8


)■• "


14.0


Thurs. May 4. .


129.7


95.3


48.0


14..)


14.0


Fri. May 5


128.3


94.9


48.0


14.4


14.2


Sat. May 6. . . .


130.0


95.4


46.8


14.4


14.3


Height of low














125.0


92.0


44.0







May 10, 1911.



THE CANAL RECORD



295



COMMISSION CLUBHOUSES.



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

COROZAL.

A "social" was held at the clubhouse on Thursday
evening. The program consisted of piano duets, vocal
solos, singing by a male quartet, Indian club swinging,
and the Corozal chorus appeard for the first time in
concert. The refreshments were home made cake and
lemonade.

A sacred concert will be given on Sunday evening,
May 14, in the clubhouse. The chorus is composed of
17 voices. Programs are now being printed and will
be distributed later. The Rev. A. A. Nellis will give
a short address.

CULEBRA.

The Gorgona indoor baseball team defeated the Cule-
bra team on the local floor on Saturday by a score of
14 to 8. Batteries: Gorgona — Weiser and Christenson;
Culebra — Koperski and Cushing.

On Tuesday, May 2, C. H. Wilson engaged in a
simultaneous chess match with seven Culebra players
and succeeded in winning all.

The latest moves in the chess game "by wireless,"
between Porto Bello and Culebra are, as follows:



White.




Black.


Porto Bello.




Culebra.


12. K R— K Sq


12.


P— Q B3


13. P— Q R4


13.


Q— B3


14. Kt— K4


14.


P— K R3



The Boy Scouts went to Cruces on Sunday afternoon.

Arrangements are being made for a pool tournament.

All interested should hand their names to J. T. Silver.

EMPIRE.

Cristobal took two out of three duckpin games from
the Empire team on Saturday. May 6. Following was
the score:



Empire.

Gustavson... 91 88 98

Potter 112 87 86

Gorham 99 80 78

Pearson 80 93 94

Huson 70 87 88



Cristobal.

Smith 86 90 91

Jacques. . . 79 84 90

DeCora ... 80 89 86

Sullivan... 101 82 88

Herring... 82 99 90



Total 452 435 444 ' Total. . 428 444 445

The following high scores were bowled during the
past week: Duckpins — Reiman, 103; Gustavson, 107;
Pinney. 109; Rodeghiero. 102, 105; Green, 101; Clark,
106; Gorham, 122, 100, 109, 102, 101; Huson, 102;
Deakin, 104; Scheets, 109; Pearson, 100; Davis, 101;
Bigpins — Myers, 215; Peterson. 212; King, 208;
Parkis. 244, 227, 216, 203, 202, 201. 200.

Empire and Gatun will play indoor baseball on Sat-
urday evening. May 13.

Residents of Empiie who wish to become members
of a conversational class in Spanish are invited to hand
their names to the secretary-

GORGONA.

On Wednesday night at 7.30, E. A. Howe will lead
the discussion club; his topic will be "It is easier to do
right than wrong." All men are invited.

The following men lead in duckpins for the week
ending May 6: Dunlop, 89; Haggerty, 86; Seebt, 85;
Schofield, 84. The following men lead in high aver-
ages for bigpins during the same period: Arnold, 161;
Haggerty, 161; Bordt, 157; Stoehr, 151; R. Varen-
kamp, 151.

CRISTOBAL.

The standing of the duckpin league at present is, as
ollows:

Team.

Cristobal 14

Culebra

Gorgona

Empire

Gatun

Cristobal won three straight games in the duckpin
league series at Cristobal on Saturday night, by the
following scores:



on.


Lost.


Per cent


4


4


.777


9


9


.500


9


9


.500


8


10


.444


8


16


.333



Empire.

Davis 89 89

Pinney 85 80 88

Shaughnessy. 82 89 78

Giavelli 82 87 70

Rodeghiero.. 81 90 109



98



Cristobal.

Barrett 97 103

Howard. .100 89
Herrington. 106 98
Furlong ... 89 96
Rosteck ... 80 86



98
80
96

S(>
85



Total 419 435 443 Total.. 472 472 445

Empire won the indoor baseba'I game in the league
series at Cristobal on Saturday night, by the score of
27 to 10. Young and Mullane were the battery for
Empire; Russell and McSparren for Cristobal.

Moving pictures will be shown on Friday night,
May 12.

The subject for debate on Wednesday night was
"Reso-ved that the resignation of President Diaz of
Mexico would be for the best interests of that country."
Ware and Yeiser debated for the negative, and Weaver
Goodman for the affirmative; the affirmative won.
The subject for May 10 will be "Resolved that the
Panama Canal should not be fortified." The program



committee, with Mr. Weatherbee, as chairman, has
planned interesting meetings for June.

A new type of Cristobal pennant has been put on
sale.

A new Columbia graphanola has been ordered for
Cristobal, and until it arrives a temporary machine is
in use.

On Monday night. May 8, a match game of indoor
baseball was played between the regular team and a
team of ex-stars of the diamond.

A local basketball league will be started next week.
Five teams, captained by Weller, Sartor, Luce. Prather
and Vifquain, numbering about 40 men, will play.
Regular scheduled games will be played on Tuesday and
Thursday nights.

Forty new library books will be placed on the shelves
this week.

GATUN.

At the "smoker" on May 3, Franklin Matthews told
of several incidents in his work as a news correspondent.
Others who participated were: Alfred B. Dickson, piano
selections; E. Emery Black, face sketches; J. William-
son, humorous monologue and song; R. E. Chatfield,
slack wire and fancy balancing acts; W. C. Ross, tenor
solos; Alonzo Stevenson, original poetry; M. Meeks,
burnt-cork jokes; Huber and Wilson, wrestling match.
During intermission, lunch and cigars were served. Two
hundred men were present.

Gatun lost two out of three games of duckpins in
the game with Gorgona on Saturday night. May 6.

The score of the indoor baseball game played at
Gatun on May 6 was: Gatun, 30; Corozal, 15.

On account of the band concert, the "Life problem"
club did not meet on May 7. Tne subject "The Church
and the Y. M. C. A." will be discussed on May 14.

Among the events foi tne latter part of May are
Prof. Hellerman in "A night of magic and mirth," and
the Gatun high school entertainment.

A "smoker" and reception will be given in the near
future in honor of the employes of the McClintic-
Marshall Company.

Louis DePoorter made a run of 90 balls in a pool game
on Wednesday evening, May 3.

Gatun pennants will be given to the bowlers who
secure the highest scores for a single game in duckpins
and tenpins during the month of May.

PORTO BELLO.

The local chess tournament for the period, April 6
to May 4, closed with the following standing:

Name. Played Won Per cent

Morgan 15 13 J .900

Hanbury 12 10| .875

Tuttle 13 11 .846

Capt. Stickle 7 5 .714

Honer 8 5 .625

Nemec 12 7 .583

Arden 11 5£ .500

Cornelison 5$ 2£ .500

Hill 12 6 .500

Mackintosh 15 1\ .500

Mitchell 12 5 .385

Colberg 14 4$ .321

Everett 14 4 .286

McDevitt 13 3 .231

Corrigan 12 1 .083

Rogers 14 1 .071

The members having the four highest standings will
play simultaneous games with the club during the
month of May. Mr. Morgan played his games on
May 4, and won 1\ from nis 13 opponents.



OFFICIAL CIRCULARS.



April Rainfall for Three Years.



Station.



Pacific Seclion-

Ancon

Balboa

Miraflores. . .

Pedro Miguel

Rio Grande..
Central Section-

Culebra

Camacho. . . .

Empire

Gamboa ....

Alhajuela. . .

El Vigia

Go i gona ....

San Pablo.. .

Tabernilla. . .

Bohio

Trinidad ....

Monte Lirio.
AtlanlicSection-

Gatun

Brazos Brook

Cristobal ....

Porto Bello. .

NombredeD



Ins.
2.92
2.83
2.30
2.32
2.63

2.56
2.64
3.33
5.55
3.54
2.32



5.50
6.30
7.23
6.96
7.18

4.03

6.23

3.56

12.56

12.58























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Ins.


Ins.




3.71


6.34


2.77


13


3.63


7.39


4.19


13


5.15


2.86


3.44


3


5.16


5.24


3.47


4


5.36


6.86


3.59


7


5.35


4.89


3.83


21


6.92


6.98


3.74


5


4.24


3.93


3.69


7


3.85


4.01


3.63


30


2.99


4.88


347


12


2.33


3.40


2.68


3


5.79


3.16


3.18


7


6.52


3.82


4.81


4


6.29


4.66


4.90


4


6.46


4.87


5.78


17


9.28


3.33


5.74


4


7.01


S.27


5.77


4


4.97


6.38


3.83


7


5.59


3.90


3.62


5


3.30


3.06


4.16


41


7.14


6.60


8.07


4




5.87


9.22


2



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Charges for Electric Current.

Culebra, C. Z., April 28, 1911.
Circular No. 336-B Corrected: •

Effective May 1 , and until further notice, the charges
for electric light and current furnished by the Mechan-
ical Division to all departments and divisions, including
the Panama Railroad Company, will be as follows:

Per month for each 16 c. p. lamp $.40

Per kilowatt hour for power and lights on
meter basis, where the Mechanical Divi-
sion does not furnish lamp renewals $.02 1

Other rates fixed by Circular No. 336-A of December
30, 1910, or as specially authorized as an exception
thereto since that date, will remain in effect.

Geo. W. Goethals,
Chairman and Chief Engineer .

Shop Expense Percentage.

Culebra, C. Z., May 5, 1911.
Heads of Departments and Divisions.

In accordance with the provisions of Circular No,
169-E, the following shop expense percentage for each
shop is hereby fixed effective May 1, 1911, and will be
applied, until further orders, to the distributed labor
used in all shop work, in accordance with the provisions
of Circular No. 264-A, viz:

Shop
Division or Shop. expense

percentum.

Mechanical Division 37.5

Empire shop 40

Dry Dock shop 45

Balboa shop . 30

Porto Bello shop 25

Circularletter from this office dated January 6, 1911,
is revoked. Geo. W. Goethals,

Chairman and Chief Engineer .

Cost of Patterns.

Culebra, C. Z.. May 6. 1911.
Heads of Departments and Divisions:

Effective July 1, 1911, the cost of patterns will be
charged directly to the job, instead of to the foundry
account.

All iron castings, except counterweights for spillway
and locks, will be billed at the flat rate of three cents
per pound. Geo. W. Goethals,

Chairman, Isthmian Canal Commission.
President, Panama Railroad Company.

Requests for Telephone Work.

Culebra, C. Z., May I, 1911.
Heads of Departments and Divisions:

Referring to my circular letter of March 23, 1911,
concerning work requests on Form 159 C. E. -Revised.
It will be necessary infutureto furnishonlyseven copies
of requests for the installation, removal, or repair of
telephones, instead of nine copies, as heretofore.

C. A. McIlvaine, Chief Clerk,



Rainfall from May 1 to 6, 1911, Inclusive.



Stations.



Pacific Section —

Ancon

Balboa

*Miraflores

Pedro Miguel. . .

Rio Grande ....
Central Section —

Culebra

*Camacho

Empire

Gamboa

*Juan Mina. . . .

Alhajuela

*E1 Vigia

*Gorgona

San Pablo

Tabernilla

Bohio

*Monte Lirio. . .
Atlantic Section —

Gatun

*Brazos Brook. .

Cristobal

Porto Bello. . . .



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.12


2


.22


2


1.04


4


.08


4


1.08


3


1.19


3


.52


3


.54


3


.98


5


1.26


3


1.71


5


1.39


2


2.98


5


2.08


5


2.84


5


.74


5


3.05


5


.97


2


1.69


1


2.44


6


5.14


2






Ins.
.18
.29

1.70
.19

2.24

1.91
1.58
1.08
2.03
3.46
4.83
4.60
3.24
2.3 5
3.89
1.78
4.06

2.48

5.23

4.58

t5.85



♦Standard rain gage — readings at 5 p. m. daily.
Automatic rain gageat unstarred stations — values raid-
night to midnight.

tTo 5 p. m.. May 5.



Married.

WATSON-DOWNES— At Pedro Miguel, on May 6.
Miss Olive Clark Downes to Roy Russell Watson, the
Rev. Carl H. Elliott officiating. Canal Zone residence,
Cristobal



296



THE CANAL RECORD



Vol. IV. t No. 37.



COMMISSARY DEPARTMENT.



The hours during which commissaries are open are
as follows:

Cristobal and fculebra, 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 May 11.

FRESH MEATS.

Price.

Mutton — Stewing, per pound 6

Shoulder, neck trimmed off, (4 pounds

and over) , per pound 9

Entire forequarter (not trimmed) 10

pounds and over, per pound 8

Leg, (8 to 10 pounds), per pound. ... 17

Cutlets, per pound 18

Short cut chops, per pound 20

Lamb — Stewing, per pound 6

Entire forequarter, neck trimmed off,

per pound 9

Leg (5 to 8 pounds) , per pound 20

Chops, per pound 24

Cutlets, per pound 24

Veal — Stewing, per pound 10

Shoulder, for roasting (not under 4

pounds) , per pound 12 J

Chops — Shoulder, per pound 16

Chops, per pound 24

Loin for roasting, per pound 24

Cutlets, per pound 28

Pork — Loin chops or roist, per pound 14

Beef — Suet, per pound 2

Soup, per pound 5

Stew, per pound 8

Corned, per pound 12, 14, 16

Chuck roast (3 pounds and dver), per

pound 12

Pot roast, per pound 12i

Rib roast, second cut (not under 3 J

pounds) , per pound 16

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

per pound 18

Sirloin roast, per pound 19

Rump roast, per pound 19

Porterhouse roast, per pound 20

Steak, chuck, per pound 12i

Round, per pound 13

Rib, per pound 18

Sir. Mn , per pound 19

Rump, per pound 19

Portei house (not less than 1J

pounds) , per pound 20

Tenderloin (Western) per pound . . 24

MISCELLANEOUS.

Caviare, Russian, per tin 47, 89

Livers — Beef, per pound 7

Calf, each 60

Half, each 30

Sausage — Pork, per pound fl 7

Bologna, per pound 10

Frankfurter, per pound 12

Lieberwurst, per pound 10

Fancy Devonshire Farm, per pound. 18

Sweetbread — Veal, per pound 1.20

Beef, per pound 25

Eggs, fresh, dozen 23

J-dozen, only 12

Bluefhh, fresh, per pound 14

Halibut, fresh, per pound IS

POULTRY AND GAME.

Chickens— Fancy roasting, milk fed. large, each 1.25

Fancy roasting, milk fed, med., each 1.00
Fancy roasting, corn fed, about 4 J

pounds, each 90

Fowls, each 60. 70, 80,90. 1.00

Ducks, Western, about 4 J pounds, each 1 .00

Long Island, each 1.30

Ducks, Long Island, each 1.10

Broilers,, milk fed, each 60

corn fed, each 55

Turkeys, per pound 26

Squabs, each 35

Capons 2. 10

Rabbits, dressed, each 40

Pheasants, each 50

Partridges, each 50

Grouse, each 50

CURED AND PICKLED MEATS.

Ham — German. Westphalia, per pound 36

Sugar cured, per pound 18

Sliced, per pound 20

Half, for boiling, per pound 19

Boiled, per pound *2 2

Hocks, per pound 18

Picnic, Winchester, per pound 15

Bacon — Breakfast, whole piece, per pound *22

Breakfast, sliced, per pound *23

Beef, salt, family, per pound 9i

Pork, salt family, per pound 14

Ox Tongues each 75

Pigs' feet, per pound 9

Tongues, per pound 14

Sliced bacon In 1-pound tins, per tin 30

In 1-pound jars, per jar 30

DAIRY PRODUCTS.

Butter — Creamery special, per pound S2

Cheese — Roquefort, per pound 38

Philadelphia cream, small cake 10

Urge cake 18

Young America, per pound 18



Price.

Cheese — Swiss, per pound 26

Edam, each 1-00

Camembert, in small tins, tin 14

Neufchatel. cake 6

Gouda. per pound 34

Milk (Inspected or certified), per bottle **25

(Pasteurized), bottle **18

Buttermilk, bottle **15

Ice cream, quart 125

i-gallon 150

VEGETABLES AND FRUITS.

Beets, per pound 3

Celery, per head 8

Carrots, per pound 3

Cabbage, per pound 2

Cucumbers, per pound 1 fl

Egg plant, per pound tlO

Lettuce, per pound 10

Onions, per pound 5

Potatoes, white, per pound 2J

sweet, per pound 2

Parsnips per pound 3

Peppers green, per pound 10

Rhubarb, per pound 5

Spinach, per pound 6

Squash, per pound 6

Tomatoes, per pound 6

Turnips, per pound 3

Yams, per pound 3

Apples, fancy table, per pound 10

Grapefruit . each 4

Lemons, dozen 24

Limes, per 100 80

Oranges, per dozen 12

Pineapples, each 20

Pears, per pound 10

♦Indicates reduction from last list.

♦♦Indicates 5 cents allowed for return of bottle.

tlndicates advance on last list.

tSold only from commissaries; no orders taken for

delivery.

Tide Table.

The following table shows the time of high and low

tides at Panama for the week endingMay 17, 1911 (75th
meridian time):



MOVEMENT OF OCEAN VESSELS.



Date.


Low.


High.


Low.


High.


Low.




A. M.


A.M .
2.45
3.27
4.05
4.40
5.12
5.45

6.18


A. M.
8.45
9.29
10.10
10.45
11.22
11.58
P. M.
12.32


P. M.
2.55
3.33
4.10
4.44
5.17
5.50

6.22


P M.
9.10






9.50


May 13

May 14 .




10.28
11.05


May 15




11.40








May 17


12.14





Sale of Public Buildings.

Office of Chief Quartermaster.
Isthmian Canal Commission.

Culebra, C. Z..May 1, 1911.
Sealed proposals for the purchase of any or all of
one hundred and forty-three (143) buildings located
along in? line of the Panama Railroad Company, be-
tween Bohio and Cartagenita, will be received here
until 3 p. m., Monday. May 15. 1911, and thenojeied.
Information furnished on application to district quarter-
masters, or to this office. Envelopes containing pro-
posals should be endorsed "Proposals for the purchase
of buildings," and addressed to Lieut. -Col. C. A. Devol,
Chief Quartermaster, Culebra, C. Z.

Lease of Lots in Colon.

Sealed bids will be received up to 5.30 p. m.. Wednes-
day, May 31, 1911 for lease to the highest bidder of
lots in the newly filled section of Colon as shown on
plans which may be seen at the Land Office in Colon and
at the Land Office in Panama.

These sealed bids must be addressed to the General
Superintendent of the Panama Railroad Company,
Colon, and must be plainly marked on the outside of the

envelope "Proposal for lot No. , block No. — ,

Colon." Bids not marked in this manner will not be
considered.

The minimum rental to be accepted for these lots
may be ascertained by applying to either one of the
above mentioned Land Otfices.

Persons holding options on any lots in this district
and having paid rental up to June 30, 1910. will have
the privilege of taking the lot at the highest rate offered.

The lots to be leased are those on the west side ofE
street between 2d street and 14th street, and that dis-
trict on the east side of E street bounded by 2d street
on the north. 9th street on the south, E street on the
west and G street on the east.

Those lots on the west side of E street will be avail-
able for building on or about June 1. 1911; the balance
of the lots will not be available for building before Octo-
ber 1, 1911.

Parties submitting bids must state character and
purpose of building they intend to erect, and must
indicate period of time in which they expect to commence
construction after assignment.

Application blanks may be obtained at the Land
Office in Colon and Panama.

All rental is to be paid quarterly in advance.

The Panama Railroad Company reserves the right to
reject any or all bids. J- A. Smith,

General Superintendent.

Colon-, R. P.. April 22, 1911.



The following la a list of the sailings of the Panama
Railroad Steamship Company; of the Royal Mail
Steam Packet Company; of the Hamburg-American
Line, and of the United Fruit Company's Line; the
Panama Railroad Company's dates being subject to
change:

NEW YORK TO CRISTOBAL.

Panama P. R. R. . .Saturday. . .May 6

Advance P. R. R. . .Friday May 12

Colon P. R. R. ..Thursday... May 18

AHianca P. R. R. . .Wednesday. May 24

Panama P. R. R. . .Wednesday. May 31

Advance P. R. R. . .Tuesday... .June 6

Colon P. R. R. ..Monday June 12

Allianca P. R. R. . .Saturday. . .June 17

Panama P. R. R . . . Saturday . . . June 24

Advance P. R. R. ..Friday June 30

Colon P. R. R. ..Friday July 7

CRISTOBAL TO NEW YORK.

Ancon P. R. R. . .Wednesday. May 10

Allianca P. R. R. . .Friday May 12

Panama P. R. R. . .Thursday ... May 18

Advance P. R. R. . .Wednesday .May 24

Colon P. R. R. ..Wednesday. May 31

Allianca P. R. R. . .Tuesday. . . .June 6

Panama P. R. R. ..Tuesday June 13

Advance P. R. R. . .Sunday. . . .June 18

Colon P. R. R. ..Saturday. ..June 24

Allianca P. R. R. . .Friday June 30

Panama P. R. R . . . Thursday . . .July 6

Advance P. R. R. . .Wednesday. July 12

Colon P. R. R. . .Wednesday. July 19

NEW YORK TO COLON.

Almirante U. F. C . . .Thursday . . . May 4

Prinz Aug. Wilhelm. . .H.-A Saturday. . .May 6

Santa Marta U. F. C . . .Thursday... May 11

Prinz Sigismund H.-A Saturday. . .May 13

Thames R. M Saturday. . .May 13

Metapan U. F. C. . .Thursday... May 18

Prinz Joachim H.-A Saturday . . . Mav 20

Zacapa U. F. C. . .Thursday... May 25

Prinz Eitel Friedrich. .H.-A Saturday. ..May 'I

Trent R. M Saturday. .. May . /

Almirante U. F. C. . .Thursday ...June 1

Prinz Aug. Wilhelm. ..H.-A Saturday. . .June 3

COLON TO NEW YORK.

Zacapa U. F. C. . . .Thursday . . . May 1 1

Prinz Eitel Friedrich. .H.-A Monday May 15

Trent R. M Tuesday May 16

Almirante U. F. C . . . Thursday . . . May 18

Prinz Aug. Wilhelm.. H.-A Tuesday. . . .May 23

Santa Marta U. F. C. . . Thursday... May 25

Prinz Sigismund H.-A Monday. . .May 29

Oruba R. M Tuesday. ..May 30

Metapan U. F. C . . .Thursday . . . June 1

Prinz Sigismund H.-A Monday. . . .June 5

Zacapa U. F. C . . . Thursday ... June 8

Prinz Joachim H.-A Monday June 12

NEW ORLEANS TO COLON.

Abangarez U. F. C. . .Saturday. . .May 6

Heredia U. F. C. .Wednesday.. May 10

Atenas U. F. C. ..Saturday .... May 13

Cartago U. F. C . . . Wednesday .May 17

Turrialba U. F. C . . .Saturday. ..May 20

Parismina U. F. C. . .Wednesday . May 24

Abangarez U. F. C . . . Saturday . . . May 27

Heredia U. F. C. . .Wednesday. .May 31

Atenas U. F. C. . .Saturday. . June 3

COLON TO NEW ORLEANS.

Turrialba U. F. C. . . Thursday ... May 11

Parisminaf U. F. C . . .Thursday... May 11

Abangarez U. F. C. ..Thursday. . .May 18

Herediat U. F. C. ..Thursday. . .May 18

Atenas U. F. C. . .Thursday. ..May 25

Cartagot U. F. C. . .Thursday... May 25

Turrialba U. F. C . . .Thursday. .June 1

Parisminaf U. F. C . . .Thursday. .June 1

Abangarez U. F. C. . .Thursday. .June 8

Herediat U. F. C. . .Thursday. .June 8

Hamburg-American steamers leave Colon for New
York via Kingston and Santiago. Cuba at 10 a. m.

A local run from Colon to Bocas del Toro and Port
Limonwill be made on Wednesday May 17 and 31;
June Hand 28.

Royal Mail steamers leave for New York on alternate
Tuesdays, at 12 noon; for Southampton on alternate
Tuesdays at 10 a. m.

United Fruit Company's ships for New Orleans direct
leave on Thursdays at 3 p.m.; ships designated (t) for
New Orleans via Port Limon and Puerto Barrios on
Thursday at 4 p. m.; ships for New York via Kingston
on Thursday at 1 1 a. m. ; for Bocas del Toro on Monday
at 6 p. m.

The Leyland line steamer Jamaican sails for New
Orleans, via Port Limon. Costa Rica, on or about
May 22.



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