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the operation of the Hotel Tivoli showed a net
loss of $1,188.03, and there was a net profit on
restaurants and penitentiary of $172.30. The
net profit on subsistence operations was
$1,360.33.

Department of Civil Administration.
COURTS.

Twenty-three civil and 36 criminal cases
were disposed of in the Circuit Courts of the
Canal Zone, and 168 civil and 626 criminal
cases in the District Courts.

DIVISION OF POSTS, CUSTOMS AND REVENUES.

Money order sales for August amounted to
$424,465.86, and the fees to $1,836.25. Re-
ceipts from stamp and card sales and news-
paper postage aggregated $6,399.25. The
total collections of the division were $15,857.-
79, and the collections on account of court
fines, costs and fees, $3,593.89.

During the month, 21 vessels entered at and
21 vessels cleared from the port of Ancon, and
24 vessels entered at and 23 vessels cleared
from the port of Cristobal.

DIVISION OF POLICE AND PRISONS.

The number of arrests during the month
was 618, of whom 579 were men and 39 women,
47 nationalities being represented.

Eleven convicts were committed to the
penitentiary, and 8 were discharged, and on
August 31st, 143 convicts were confined in the
penitentiary. The cost of guarding and sub-
sisting the convicts was $2,618.41, and the
value of the work performed by them was
$2,231.45. Their services were utilized in the
construction of the Corozal-Pedro Miguel
road.

DIVISION OF FIRE PROTECTION.

Nine fires were reported in the Canal Zone
during the month. The estimated value of
property involved in the Zone was $45,000,
and the damage was $5 to Government prop-
erty, and $15 to private property.

DIVISION OF PUBLIC WORKS.

In the city of Panama the average daily
consumption of water was 1,157,795 gallons,
and in Colon 857,857 gallons.

The usual inspection and maintenance work

of this division was performed during the

month.

Department of Sanitation.

The total number of deaths from all causes
among employes during August was 55, thirty-
one being from disease and 24 from external
causes. The annual average per thousand
from all causes was 13.04; from diseases 7.35;
external causes 5.69. The death rate among
employes for the month of August of previous
years since American occupation was as
follows:

1904 13.93

1905 19.97

1906 62.12

1907 27.59

1908 11.39

1909 10.28

The annual average per thousand of deaths
in the cities of Panama and Colon, and in the
Canal Zone, was 19.85, as compared with
16.20 for August, 1909; 26.65 for August,



1908; 33.75 for August, 1907; and 64.12 for
August, 1906.

For diseases, the annual average per thou-
sand of employes for the month was as follows:
White, 5.28; colored, 8.11. For August, 1909,
the average was: White, 6.19; colored, 6.10.

Among employes there were 4 deaths from
malarial fever; 7 from lobar pneumonia; 2
from tuberculosis of the lungs; 2 from other
forms of tuberculosis; 1 from tetanus, and 15
from other diseases.

No cases of yellow fever, smallpox or
plague originated on or were brought to the
Isthmus during the month.

Respectfully,
Geo. W. Goethals, Chairman.

PERSONAL.



COMMISSION CLUBHOUSES.



Mr . J. A. Smith sailed for the States on his
annual leave of absence, on the Panama from
Cristobal, on September 16.

Chief Justice H. A. Gudger sailed on the
Panama from Cristobal on Friday, September
16, on his annual leave of absence in the States.

Mr. C. M. Saville left for the States on the
Panama on September 16, on his annual

leave.

Order of Isthmian Conductors.

The next meeting of the O. I. C. will be held
at Paraiso lodge hall, on Sunday, September
25, at 1.30 p. m. F. H. Anderson,

Secretary and Treasurer.

Pedro Miguel, September 20, 1910.



Rainfall from September 1 to 17, Inclusive.

MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT.






Pacific Section —

Ancon

Balboa

Miraflores

Pedro Miguel

Rio Grande

Central Section —

Culebra

Camacho

Empire

Gamboa

Alhajuela

El Vigia

Gorgona

San Pablo

Tabernilla

Bohio

Monte Lirio

Atlantic Section —

Gatun

Brazos Brook

Cristobal

*Porto Bello ....

Nombre de Dios.



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3.39
6.56
4.98
3.36

3.65
4.00
3.56
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10.47
10.16
6.65
10.25
12.54
12.39
14.99

7.61
6.15
5.21

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*To 5 p. ra., September 16.



Band Concert.



Activities of the You ng Men's! C hrlsti an^Asso-
iclatlon.

CULEBRA.

The meeting of the discussion club on Wednesday
evening, September 14, was led by F. C. Freeman;
subject, "Our Thoughts." The meeting of the club
held on Wednesday evening, September 21, was led by
Geo. R. D. Kramer; subject, "Exercise."

An informal "social" will be held in the clubhouse on
Friday evening, September 23. A cordial invitation
is extended to every man and woman in Culebra.
whether members or not, to be present. A special
program will be given.

Cristobal's second team bowled a tournament match
at Culebra on Saturday evening. September 17. The
Cristobal team won by the following score:



The Isthmian Canal Commission Band will give a
concert at Empire, C. Z.. on Sunday, September 25,
1910, at 6 p. m. The program follows:

1 March — Arcade Girl Pryor

2 Overture — A mazon Kiesler

3 Intermezzo — Silver Bell Wenrich

4 Selection — The Dollar Princess (By request). .Fall

5 Concert Piece — Chimes Of Love d'Albret

6 Medley Selection— Mills' 1910 Schulz

Introducing "Lily of the Prairie," "I'd Like to be the
Fellow That Girl is Waiting For." "Highland Mary,"
"Everybody's Happy When the Moon Shines," "You
For Me When You're Sweet Sixteen," "Comical Eyes,"
"Sicilian Chimes," "My Friend Jim-a-da-Jeff," and
"Margarita."

7 Waltz— Cupid Astray Rolfe

8 a Barn Dance — By the Light of the Silvery

Moon Edwards

b Medley March — Put on Your Old Gray
Bonnet Wenrich

9 EI Gitanillo — Tango France

10 March — Calvary Commandery Clarke

Chas. E. Jennings. Musical Director.
The next concert will be given at Balboa on Sunday,
October 2.



Cristobal.

Barrett 156 199,163

Grove 159 133 119

Weston 171 141 ;118

DeCora 148 165 122

Blackburn... 150 173 171



Total 784 811 693



Culebra.
Mengel.... 157 176 160
Fleischman 184 158 162

R. Kop'ski 145 117

Huttleme'r 125 158 180

Cornthwa'e 145..119

Hayes 176

Fox 139



Total. .. 756 728 817



Empire's first team will bowl Culebra's first team at
Culebra on Saturday evening, September 24.

The pool tournament began Monday evening, Sep-
tember 19. Seventeen men have enrolled.

About 30 men have enrolled in the local big pin
handicap. The following was the standing on Septem-
ber 17:

Won Lost Per cent

1 Dougherty 3 1000

2 Hostetter 2 1000

3 Mason 1 1000

4 Hayes 7 2 777

5 Herrington 3 1 750

6 Kramer 5 2 714

7 Hurst 4 2 666

8 Huttlemeyer 13 7 650

9 Cornthwaite 9 5 643

10 Brown 5 3 625

11 Mengel 13 8 619

12 Dunham 6 4 600

13 McCann 3 2 600

14 Leibundguth 7 6 545

15 Palmer 1 1 500

16 Lee 2 2 500

17 Cohen I 1 500

18 Koperski, R 9 10 477

19 Fleischman 5 6 454

20 Sickler 3 4 428

21 Fox 8 12 400

22 Koperski, E 6 10 375

23 Coppin 2 5 285

24 Hill 2 5 285

25 Warner 2 5 285

26 Case 3 9 250

27 Lawler 1 4 200

28 Leonard 2 000

29 Baumer 7 000

30 Mcllvaine 1 000

EMPIRE.
Empire's first team took two out of three games from
Gatun's first team on the Empire alleys on Saturday
evening, September 17. Following are the scores:
Gatun.

Barte 139 188 189

Harrington.. 162 150 147

Severn 142 135. . . .

DeMoll 182 178 165

Ponton 131 170 147

Wolf 19 °

Total 756 821 838 Total... 857 786 841

The discussion club held a meeting on the evening
of September 14, under the leadership of W. W. War-
wick; subject, "The Benefit of a Hard Task."

Large crowds attended the moving picture enter-
tainments on September 13 and 20. These entertain-
ments will be continued on Tuesday nights as often as
films can be secured.

The literary and debating society has prepared a
literary and musical program for its monthly public
meeting to be held on Friday evening, September 23.

On Saturday night. September 24, Culebra's second
team will bowl Empire's second team on the Empire

alleyS - GORGONA.

The moving picture entertainment on Friday evening,
September 16, was well attended. Therewill be another
entertainment of the same kind on Friday night, Sep-
tember 23, with a complete change of films.

On Sunday night, September 25, Miss MacLaren
will read Wilson Barrett's play "The Sign of the Cross."
Admission is free to all. A. B. Dickson of Empire will
sing.

The discussion club was led by E. A. Putnam of
Culebra on Tuesday evening, September 20; subject,
"What Is Failure?"

There will be a match game of basketball on Wednes-
day evening, September 28, between the "Nut-Splitters",



Empire.






Brown. . . . 147


133


148


Potter. ... 207


156*223


Shaughn'y. 156


160


181


Pearson. . . 168


147


111


Huson. ... 179


190


178



September 21, 1910.



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31



and a miscellaneous team. Every one is invited to
attend.

CRISTOBAL.
On Wednesday night, September 14, the first and
second teams bowled a match on the local alleys, with
the following results:



First Team.

Louch 147 136 180

Collins 158 155 161

Rabbitt 148 169 169

Thomas 236 187 195

BuUard 172 213 178



Total....: 861 860 883



Second Team.
Barrett.... 172 150 175



Blackburn
Weston . . .
Bums. T...
Grover.



166 122 148

182 154 166

136 94 161
132.



O'Meara 183 162



Total. .. 788 703 812



The basketball team from the U. S.S. Tacoma played
the Y. M. C. A. "Picks" on Wednesday night, Septem-
ber 14, the "Picks" winning by a score of 20 to 14.

On Thursday night, September 15. the discussion
club was led by Geo. R. D. Kramer; subject. "Exercise."

On Saturday night, September 17, the first team from
Culebra took three games from the first team of Cristo-
bal on the local alleys. Following are the scores:



Culebra.

Cohen 162 158 174

Hostetter. .. 161 180 144

Herrington.. 172 130 183

Case 206 178 176

Dougherty.. 221 178 192



Cristobal.

Louch 147 177 122

Rabbitt. .. 126 136

Burns, T 183

Collins 169 160 159

Thomas. .. 157 163 147

Bullard. . . 174; 175 182



Total 922 824 869 Total... 773 811 793

The 200 bowling scores for the week ending Septem-
ber 17 were made by the following men: Grover, 205;
Adams, 211; BuUard, 213; Blackburn. 214; Thomas,
236. 233.

On Thursday night, September 22, the discussion
club will be led by T. S. Booz of Gorgona; subject,
"Fellowship."

On Saturday night, September 24, the first basketball
team will go to Empire to play a return game.

The membership clock stands at 410, and more mem-
bers are coming.

GAT UN.

The next meeting of the discussion club will be held
on Friday night, September 23, under the leadership of



Mr. Dickson of Empire. The subject will be "Respon-
sibility."

Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren will return on Wednes-
day, September 28, when she will read "The Sign of the
Cross."

The Gatun second team took three games from the
Empire second team on the Gatun alleys on Saturday
evening, September 17. Following are the scores:



Gatun.

Myers 156 152 171

C.R.H'r'g'n. 168 165 138

Dalton 149 163 126

Wilson 164 130;155

Hodges 137 162 173



Empire.
Nicodemus 133 114 145



Goolsby.
Sawtelle. . .

Giavelli . . .
Gustavson.



151 119 165
128 153 138
145 168 141
213 191 155



Total 774 772 763 Total... 770 745 744

PORTO BELLO.

The meeting of the discussion club on Sunday evening,
September 1 1 , was led by E. R. Hall of Culebra ; subject,
"What Is Happiness?" About 25 men were present
and much interest was shown in the discussion.

Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren of New York gave an
imitative recital of the play "The Music Master", on
Saturday night, September 17. The entertainment
was enjoyed by a large crowd.



Sale of Nine Dump Carts.

There will be sold at public auction by the District
Quartermaster at Ancon, C. Z., at the old corral, at
3 p. m.. Saturday, September 24. 1910, to the highest
bidder for cash, the following Isthmian Canal Com-
mission property:

Nine (9) dump carts.

The Government reserves the right to accept or
reject any or all bids. For further information apply
to the District Quartermaster, Ancon, C. Z.

R. E. Wood, Acting Chief Quartermaster.



The following vessels arrived at and departed from
the port of Balboa during the week ending September 17:

Arrivals — September 10, Yorktoun, from San Juan
del Sur; September 13, City of Panama, from San Fran-
cisco; September 15, Ckiriqui, from Buenaventura;
September 16, Loa, from south ports.

Departures — September 1 1 . Guatemala, to south
ports; September 14, Sydney, to San Francisco, Manavi,
to intermediate ports; September 15, Arica, to Guay-
aquil.



OFFICIAL CIRCULARS.



Acting General Superintendent, P. R. R.

Colon, R. P., September 14, 1910.
Circular No. 196:

To All Concerned: Effective September 16, 1910.
Lieut. F. Mears will act as General Superintendent,
during the absence of Mr. J. A. Smith, on leave.

Geo. W. Goethals, President.



In Charge of Third Division.

Culebra. C. Z.. September 15. 1910
Circular No. 351:

Effective September 16, 1910. Mr. R. R. Wiggins,
Assistant Engineer, will be in charge of the work of the
Third Division of the office of the Chief Engineer during
the absence of Mr. C. M. Saville, Assistant Engineer,
on leave. Geo. W. Goethals,

Chairman and Chief Engineer.



Misdirected Letters.
Ancon, C. Z.. September 21. 1910.
The following insufficiently addressed letters origi-
nating in the United States and its possessions have been
received in the office of the Director of Posts, and may
be secured upon request of the addressee:



Allman, F. F. A.
Baylor, Stewart
Boggs, Mr.
Brassard. Joseph
Campbell, Mrs. Agnes
Campbell, Bert
Coger. M.
Dickson, Alfred B.
Doran, Thos. F.
Fantz, W.
Foot, Mrs. O.
Frank. Gus
Geddes, C. J.
Hanna, John
Hinkson. Mrs. Henry M.
Holmes, John
Hughes, Tom P.
Jenkins, Benjamin
Kostor, Josef
McCoy, Wm.



McCray. H. L.
Murphy, Eugene I.
Nickolson, Ira V.
Niven, C. L.
Phillips, Reginald
Rogers, William
Rush, E.

Sewell, Miss Grace
Simpson. F. Saville
Skinner, F.
Smith, J. W.
Starks, James
Stuart, Frank S.
Stuntz, Willard Glenn
Tottingham. Fred M.
Wadson, I. I.
Willman, Mrs. Arthur
Willson, L. E.
Yammie. Margaret



PANAMA RAILROAD COMPANY.















PASSENGER TRAIN TIME TABLE No. 7-IN EFFECT SEPTEMBER


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SUNDAY ONLY.


DAILY EXCEPT SUN-
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DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.


SUNDAY ONLY.




29


27


25


23


21


7


5


3


2


4


6


8


20


3 3


34


26


28


30




P. M.
7.00

S7.0S
f 7.10

f 7.15
S7.18

S7.40
57 47

£7.55

S8.00

f s.os

sS.13
SS.1S
s B.22
sS.29


P. M.

4.00

S4.05

4.10

S4.1S
f 4.40
S4.47
s 4.55

S5.00
f 5.0S
S5.13
S5.18
S5.22
S5.29

S5.34
S5.39
5.41
5.47
S5.51
S5.56

6.02
s 6.04
f 6.06

6.15

P. M.


P. M.
1.00

s 1.05
1.10

sl.18
f 1.40
sl.47
S 1.55

S2.00
f 2.0S
s 2.13
S2.1S
S2.22
S2.29

S2.34
s 2.39
2.41
2.47
S2.51
S2.56

3.02
S3.04
f 3.06

3.15
P. M.


A. M.

10.00
s 10.05
f 10.10

f 10.15
s 10.18
f 10.40
s 10.47
s 10.55

s 11 00
f 11.0S
s 11.13
s 11.18
s 11.22
s 11.29

s 11.34
s 1139

11.41

11.47
s 11.51
s 11.56
P. M.

12.02
s 12.04
f 12.06

12.15

P. M.


A. M.

6.45

S6.50

6.55

S7.03
f 7.25
f 7.32
S7.40

S7.45
f 7.51
S7.5S
SS.03

sS.16

S8.21

8.26

8.28

8.35

SS.40

sS.45

8.50
sS.51
f 8.53

9.011
A. M.


P. M.

4.35
4.40
4.45

s 4.53
s5.ll
5 5.18
5 5.25
5.26

5.28
5 5.30
f 5.36
5 5.42
s 5.47
5 5.51
5 5.58

5 6. "3
5 6.0S
6.12
6.22
5 6.24
5 6.29

6.35
5 6 37
' 6 41

6.50
p. If.


A. M.

10.30
10.35

10.40

s 10.48
f 11.10
f 11.17
s 11.25
11.26

11.28
s 11.30
f 11.38
s 11.44
s 11.49
s 11.53
s 12.00
P. M.
s 12.05
s 12.10
s 12 12

12 20
s 12.22
s 12.27

12.33
s 12.34
f 12.36

12.45
P. M.


A. M.

5.15

5.20
5.25

sS.33

^ 5.55

S6.02

6.10

6.12

6.14
S6.15
f 6.22
S6.29
S6.34
S6.39
S6.48

S6.54
s 7.01

7 05

7.11

s 7.14

s 7.17

7.20
s7.2l
F7.23

7.30

A. M.


0.00
1.77(
4.37

5.94
6.79
15.26
18 51
21.37
21.61

22.87
23.30
25.74
2S.27
29 68
31.01
32.62

34.91
35.90
36.52
39.77
40.15
41.66

43.86
44.16

44.84
47.07


Leave. fColon. Arrive.


A. M.
8.45
8.41

8.32

S8.24
S8 01
S7.54
S7.48
7.47

7.44
s 7.43
f 7.37
S7.32
S7.27
S7.23
S7.17

S7.12
S7.0S
7.05
6.53
S6.50
S6.46

6 40
S6.39
S6.35

6.30

A.M.


P. M.

1.00
12.55
12.51

s 12.40
f 12.18
s 12.10
s 12.04

12.01
P. M.

11.58
s 11.57
Ml. 49
s 11.42
s 11.37
s 11.33
s 11.25

s 11.21
s 11.15
11.13
11.06
s 11.03
s 11.00

10.55
s 10.53
f 10 49

10.45

A. M.


P. M.

3.45
3.41
3.31

S3.22
f 3.01

2.54
S2.48

2.47

2.44
S2.43
f 2.37
S2.32
s 2.27
S2.23
S2.17

S2.12
S2.0S
2.05
1.54
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s 1.46

1.40

s 1.3S

f 1.35

1.30

P. M.


P. M.
7.45
7.41
7.31

S7.22
S7.01
S6.54
S6.48
6.47

6.44
S6.43
f 6.37
S6.32
S6.27
S6.23
S6.17

S6.12
S6.07
6.05
5 54
s 5.50
S5.46

5.40
S5.38
f 5.35

5.30
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A. M.

9.00
s R.55
f 8.51

S8.46
S8.40
S8.18
s 8 10
SS.04

S7.57
f 7.49
S7.42
S7 37
S7.33
S7.25

s :.:i

S7.15
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P. M.

12.15

s 12.08

12.02

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s 11.55
s 11.33
s 11.25
s 11.19

s 11.12
f 11.04
s 10.57
s 10.52
s 10.48
s 10.40

s 10.36

s 10.30

10 28

10.21

s 10.18


P. M.

3.15

S3.0S

3.02

s 2.55
S2.33
S2.25
S2.19

s 2.12
f 2.04
s 1.57
s 1.52
sl.48
sl.40

s 1.36

s 1.30

1.28

1.21
sl.18

s 1.15

1.10


P. M.

6.15

S6.0S
6.02

S5.55
S5.33
s 5.25
S5.19

S5.12
f 5.04
S4.57
S 4.52
S4.48
S4.40

S4.36
S4.30
4.28
4.21
S4.18
S4.15

4.10
S4.08
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4.00
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9.15

S9.08

9.02

S8.55
S8.33
S8.25
S8.19

S8.12
f 8.04
S7.57
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S7.4S
S7.40

S7.36

S7.30

7.28

7.21
S7.18
S7.15

7.10
s7.08
f 7.04

7.00

F. M.


P. M.

11.55
s 11.50
f 11.45

f 11.40
s 11.35
f 11.13
s 11.05
s 10.59

s 10.52
f 10.44
s 10.37
s 10.32
s 10.28
s 10.20

s 10.16
s 10.10
10.08
10.01
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f 9.55

9.50
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39


37


35


33


31


33


34


36


38


40




P. M.

5.30
s 5.35
s 5.40
s 5.45


P. M.

4.00
s 4.05


r. M. a
12.20

s 12.25 s


. M.

io.no

10 05
10.10

in. 15
10.20


A. M.

6.20
s 6.25
s 6.30
s 6.35

6.40


I*e


ave.






A rri ve.


A. M.

8.20
s S 15


A. M.

11.25
s 11.20
s 11.15
s 11.10

11.05


P. M.

3.20
s 3.15
S 3.10
s 3.05

3.00


P. M.

5.20
s 5.15


6.50
s 6.45
















s 4.10 s 12.30 s
s 4.15 s 12.35 s










s 5.10 . s 6.40

s 5.05 s 6.35

5.00 1 6.30












s 8-05
son




5.50 1 12.40












1
















































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32



THE CANAL RECORD



Vol. IV., No. 4.



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 oi cold storage prov.sions for the week
beginning September 20 r

FRESH MEATS.

Price.

Mutton — Stewing, per pound ■ 7

Shoulder, neck trimmed off. (4 lbs. and

over) , per pound

Entire forequarters (not trimmed) 10

pounds and over, per pound

Legs, (S to 10 pounds), per pound . . .

Cutlets, per pound

Short cut chops, per pound

Lamb — Stev. ;, p - pound . . . .

Entire loi _ irters, neck trimmed off,

per pound

Legs (5 to 8 pounds), per pound

Chops, per pound

Cutiets per pound

Veal — Stewing, per pounf>

Shoulder for roasting (not under 4

pounds) , per pound

Loin for roasting, per pound

^hops, per pound

Cutlets, per pound

Pork cuts, per pound

Beef — Suet, per pound

Soup, per pound

Stew, per pound

Corned, per pound 12, 14.

Chuck roast, (3 pounds and ovet), per

pound

Pot roast, per pound

Rib roast, second cut (not under 3J£

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

Sirloin, per pound

Porterhouse, per pound

Rump, per pound

Tenderloin, per pound

MISCELLANEOUS.

Livers — Beef, per pound

Calf, each

Half, each

Sausage — Pork, per pound

Bologna, per pound ....
Frankfurter, per pound .
Leberwurst. per pound .



9
19

20

22

7

10 ,

24

26

26

10

IS
19
22
26
22

2

S

9
16

13

15



20
21
21

21
14
IS
20
21
21
21
24



Price.

Buttermilk, bottle **15

VEGETABLES AND FRUITS.

Beets, per pound 3J4

Celery, per head 6

Carrots, per pound 3K

Cabbage, per pound 3&

Cucumbers, per pouud 5

Lettuce, per head 5.7,10

Onions, per pound 354

Potatoes, white, per pound 3%

sweet, per pound 254

Rhubarb, pei pound 6

Squash, per pound |

Tomatoes, per pound °

Turnips, per pound 3

Yams, per pound 3%

Apples, per pound 5

Canteloupes, each '

Grapes, per pound ®

Lemons, dozen 24

Limes, per 100 80

Oranges, per dozen 1-

Peaches, per pound io

Pears, per pound °

Plums, per pound ^

Watermelons, each 40



MOVEMENT OF OCEAN VESSELS.



10

60

30

17

14

14

14

Sweet bread — Veal, per pound 1 .20

25

31

17

16

10

13



Beef, per pound .

Eggs, fresh, dozen

Eggs, fresh, H dozen only

Bluefish. fresh, per pound

Cod. fresh, per pound

Halibut, fresh, per pound

POULTRY AND GAME.

Chickens — Fancy Roasting, large, each

medium each

Fowls, each 70, 82,93, 1.04,

Ducks, large, each

medium, each

Broilers, each

Turkeys, per pound

Squabs, each

Capons, each

Geese, fatted, each

Pheasants, each 70,

Partridges, each

Grouse, each

CURED AND PICKLED MEATS.

Ham — English York Cut. per pound

German. Westphalia, per pound

Sugar cured, per pound

Sugar cured, sliced, per pound

Half, for boiling, per pound

Boiled, per pound

Hocks, per pound

Bacon — Breakfast, whole piece, per pound

Breakfast, sliced, per pound

Beef, salt, family, per pound

Pork, salt, family, per pound

Ox tongues, each

Pigs' feet, per pound

tongues, per pound

Mutton, mess, per pound

DAIRY PRODUCTS.



1.50
1.30



15
50
30
75
30
35
.50
.60
.00
50
85



30
36
24
27
25
32
18
30
31
12
16
80
10
16
7



Butter — Creamery special, per pound

Cheese — Roquefort, per pound

Philadelphia Cream, cake

Young America, per pound

Swiss, per pound

Edam, each

Camrmbert, in 2-pound tins. tin.

Camembert. in %-pound tins, tin.

Neufchatel. each

Guuda. per pound

Parmesan, per pound

Milk, Briarcliff, bottle



40
38
10
22
26

1.00
38
14
6
34
35

»*25



♦Indicates reduction from last list.
♦♦Indicates 5 cents allowed for return of bottle,
tlndicates advance on last list.

JSold only fiom Commissaries; no orders taken for
delivery.

Supplies for Canal Work.

The following steamers with supplies for the Isthmian
Canal Commission arrived at the ports of Cristobal and
Colon during the week ending September 17, 1910:

Massachusetts, September 11, from New York, with
27,346 barrels cement for Atlantic Division; 114,610
bags cement for Pacific Division.

Sarnia. September 15, from New York, with one 75-ton
wrecking crane for Atlantic Division; 200 barrels crude
carbolic acid for manufacture of larvacide.