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yards of earth and rock on July 21.

Month's records are place measurements,
and day's records are car measurement. All
material was loaded in 10-yard Western
dump cars.

BEST RECORDS FOR THE MONTH.



SOCIAL LIFE OF THE ZONE.



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Location.


Cubic Yards by Cross Section.


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Days
worked.


Earth


1
Rock. , Total.


262
257
105

123


M. Lirio..
Gatun ....
M. Lirio.. .
Empire... .


25
25
25
24


10,000
16,550


50,790
57,270
24,200
37.000


60,790
57.270
40,750
37,000





BEST RECORDS


FOR ONE DAY.




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Location.


Date.


Character of

material
excavated.


Cibic
yards.


257
262
123


Gatun

Monte Lirio .
Gold Hill L...

(Empire)
Near Monte.

Lirio.
Near Gatun..


July 31
July 6
July 21

July 10

July 26


Earth and rock. . .


3,310
3.070
2,210

1,970


128




1,920



Total steam shovel output during the month of
July, 338,760 cubic yards.

Total number of steam shovel working days, 218.
Average output per working day, 1,554 cubic yards.



Civil Service Examinations.

Examinations will be held, probably on Sep-
tember 17, for the following positions: Topo-
graphic draftsman, departmental service;
copyist topographic draftsman, departmental
service; junior engineer draftsman, engineer
department at large; physician, Isthmian
Canal, and other services.

The first two examinations will each require
two consecutive days.

Applications will not be received after
August 22 for the above examinations. The
kind of examination desired should be stated
in requesting information in regard to any
of the above.

In answer to the question in application
forms as to bona fide residence, applicants are
required to show such residence up to tin-
date of application. It is to be noted that
bona fide residence does not require continuous
bodily presence, but refers to the place at
which an applicant, if a voter, is legally
entitled to vote.

N. B. — Examination for the position of
clerk in the Isthmian Canal Service has not
been scheduled to be held during the fall of
1911, and it will probably not be held before
the spring of 1912.

John K. Baxter,
Secretary, Isthmian Civil Service Board.

Culebra, C. Z., August 4, 1911.



Church Work.

The dedication of the newly completed
Baptist church building at Empire will take
place on Sunday, August 13. At 11 a. m., the
doors of the building will be formally opened
by the Hon. W. W. Andrews, United States
charge d'affaires at Panama; the preacher at
the service will be the Rev R. Graham of
Baberton, Ohio. At 3 p. m. an address will
be made by W. W. Carrington, and at 7 p.m.,
the Rev. R. H. Thorbourne, superintendent
of the National Baptist Convention, and
pastor of the First Baptist Church at Panama,
will preach. There will be an entertainment
in the church on Sunday, August 20, at 3
p. m., when there will be a program, consisting
of a lecture, and music by the choir of the
Panama church. A small admission fee will
be charged, and the proceeds will go toward
the fund for the purchase of an organ for
the Empire church.

The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society
of the Methodist Episcopal church will hold
a meeting, with election of officers, at the
home of Mrs. E. M. Keyser, Ancon, on Thurs-
day, September 7. At this meeting, it is
expected that the society will welcome Mrs.
Harry Compton, wife of the pastor of the
church, who will arrive on the Isthmus with
her daughter the first week in September.
The missionary society was organized on
January 7, 1909, and has completed two and
one-half years of work with few changes in
organization and in its official staff. The first
president was Mrs. J. Leon Webster, the
official organizer in the Canal Zone. There
are 31 members, and 10 honorary members.
Two life memberships, valued at $25 each,
have been paid to the society. The last
election of officers was held in October, 1910.
Since that time, there have been public meet-
ings in Balboa, Ancon, Panama, and Corozal.
One meeting was held in Culebra, at the
request of the women of the Union church,
and, in January, a public meeting was held
in the parish house in the church on the sea
wall, which was attended by men and women
of the congregation. Two scholarships are
maintained by the society, one in China, and
one in the Methodist College in Panama.

Meetings are devoted to the study of
missionary literature and the discussion of
church work in the different mission fields.
Church activities are promoted by the mem-
bers, sales and social entertainments are
given, and the women of the society provide
for the special exercises for the children held
at Christmas and Easter. On January 5, 1911,
a Spanish section of the woman's work was
organized, under the title of the Ladies' Aid
and Home Missionary Society, with the wife
of the pastor of the Spanish department as
superintendent. Its members are native
Panamanian women, and its object is to
propagate the spirit of missionary work
among them. Meetings are held monthly in
the homes of the members. The treasury of
the section is maintained by the sale of aprons
and fancy articles, made by the members to
order. Since the organization, the member-
ship of the branch has been doubled.

The Ladies' Aid Society at Gatun will hold
a public supper at the chapel on Thursday
evening, August 17. Since the organization
of the society, two suppers have been held,
and more than §200 has been raised. The
money is devoted to chapel improvements;



August 9, 1911.



THE CANAL RECORD



399



the final payment on the piano has been
made; the chapel has been carpeted and
painted, and a new communion set has been
purchased.

The monthly business meeting of the
Gatun Christian League was held at the
Commission chapel on Thursday evening,
August 3. An informal reception followed the
business meeting, refreshments being served
by the Ladies' Aid Society.



Departures — July 29, Cuzco, to the south; July*31.
Guatemala, to Valparaiso; Chile, to Guayaquil; August
5. City of Para, to San Francisco; Ucayali, to Callao.



Installation of Officers.

There was an installation of officers in
Isthmian Canal Rebekah Lodge, No. 1,
Gorgona, on Friday evening, July 28, the
district deputy grand sire and suite offici-
ating. The elective officers installed were:
Noble grand, Miriam Beetham; vice-grand,
Janet Martin; recording secretary, Charles
H. Beetham; financial secretary, Henry Lotz;
treasurer, Annie Calvit. The appointive
officers are: Stephen Calvit, Marie Gaerste,
Emma Varenkamp, Florence Evans, Samuel
Boyd, Marie Jansen, Richard Stoddard,
Robert Varenkamp, and Eleanor Babbitt.
These officers will serve until December 31.
Meetings are held in the lodge hall at Gor-
gona on the second and fourth Friday
evenings in each month.



Humane Society Meeting.

Members, and those who wish to become
members of the Canal Zone Humane Society,
are invited to attend the annual meeting at
the Hotel Tivoli on Sunday afternoon,
August 13, at 3 o'clock. Officers for the en-
suing year will be elected. The annual dues
of $1 arc payable at this meeting.



Married.
BOYER-ORTON— At New Orleans, on July 26,
Lotta B., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Orton.
to Charles S. Boyer. Canal Zone residence, Gorgona.



OFFICIAL CIRCULARS.



Junior Traveling Engineer.

CULEBRA. C. Z.. August I, 1911.

Circular No. 266-G:

Effective to-day, Mr. Don E. Irwin is appointed
junior traveling engineer, vice Mr. Arthur C. Stone,
resigned.

He will perform his duties in accordance with the
provisions of Circular No. 266-B.

Geo. W. Goethals.
Chairman and Chief Engineer.



Profane Language.

Culebra, C. Z., August 4. 1911.
Circular No. 400:

The use of profane or abusive language by foremen
or others in authority, when addressing subordinates,
will not be tolerated. Geo. W. Goethals,

Chairman and Chief Engineer.



Band Concert.

A concert will be given by the Isthmian Canal Com-
mission Band at the Hotel Tivoli. on Sunday, August
13, at 7.30 p. m. The program follows:

1. March — The Arbitrator Bagley

2. Nautical Fantasia Tobani

3. Waltz— Gaite Waldteufel

4 Characteristic — Muttering Fritz Loscy

5. Overture Selected

6. Request Number — La Paloma Xradier

7. Sextet from Lucia Donizetti

8. Medley — Headlights Schulz

9. Popular Number — Kiss Me, My Honey,

Kiss Me Snydei

Charles E. Jennings. Musical Director,
The next concert will be given at Culebra, C Z.. on
Sunday, August 20.

The following vessels arrived at, or departed from,
the port of Balboa during the week ending August 5:

Arrivals — July 31. Ucayali, from Callao; Navajo,
from San Francisco; Ecuador, from Guayaquil; August
2. Peru, from Guayaquil; Huasco. from Valparaiso;
Acapulco. from San Francisco; August 3, Manavi, from
Buenaventura.



Supplies for Canal Work.

Thefollowing steamers, with supplies for the Isthmian
Canal Commission, arrived at the ports of Cristobal.
Colon, and Balboa, during the week ending August 5:

City of Para, July 31, from San Francisco, with 379
pieces white pine lumber for stock.

Atrato, July 31, from New York, with 125 packages
switches for stock.

Navajo, August 1. from Hoquiam, Washington, with
9,225 pieces Douglas fir lumber. 13 cases blasting caps,
for stock.

Advance, August 1, from New York, with 188 crates
sledge handles, 100 bundles steel bars. 8 cases kitchen-
ware. 13 cases stationery, for stock; 15 cases copper
wire and 22 cases carbons for Mechanical Division;

75 bundles steel bars for Pacific Division; 23 cases
drugs for Sanitary Department; and a miscellaneous
cargo, the whole consisting of 484 packages, weighing

76 tons.

Lewis Luckenbach, August 1, from Philadelphia, with
45 drums gasoline for stock; 46 packages filter plant
material for Atlantic Division.

Ahangarez, August 3, from New Orleans, with 171
bundles washers for Atlantic and Pacific Divisions;
1,167 pieces white oak lumber and 14 packages chap-
lets for Mechanical Division; 412 pieces white oak
lumber and 1,249 bales hay for stock.

Almirante, August 3. from New York, with 74 pieces
steel beams for stock.

Cristobal, August 4, from New York, with 170 cases
book paper. 894 drums oil, 39 barrels oil and greases,
800 pails black grease, for stock; 50.000 barrels cement
for Atlantic and Pacific Divisions.

Antillian. August 4, from Liverpool, with 16 pieces
chain for Pacific Division.

Nancy Lee, August 5, from Baltimore, with 1,050
kegs wire nails, 312 tons coke, 17 barrels paint, for
stock; 273 pieces couplers, 100 car wheels, 7 cases
electrical material, for Mechanical Division; 24 pack-
ages lock material for Atlantic Division; 80 bundles
valve material. 8 cases valve material, 17 pieces valve
material. 14 packages lock material, for Pacific Division.



Misdirected Letters.

Ancon. C. Z.. August 9. 1911.
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:



Bourt. William
Boyere, Emery
Butt, Cameron A.
Cate, Chas. I.
Coit, Mrs. Evelyn ) .
Davidson, E. W.
Diclerson. William E.
Fuentey. Thos.
Hanson, Miss Bernice E.
Harvey. James T.
Haven. Rutherford C.



Hoggins. Joe
lohnstone. Mrs. F. L.
Langford. W. H.
Lepezynski, J. S.
Mills, Roscoe L.
Murray, Samuel G.
Puro, B.
Seale, Fitz S.
Smith. Wilford (pkg.)
Tracey, James
Wilson. William



Auction Sale of Dairy Cows and Bull Calf.

Ancon. C. Z.. July 18, 1911.
On Saturday. August 19. at 10 a. m., there will be
sold at public sale to the highest bidder at the Ancon
Hospital dairy, two dairy cows, ranging in age from
seven to ten years, and one bull (calf) aged two and
one-half years. The dairy is located near the insane
asylum buildings in the rear of the hospital grounds.
The terms of the sale will be cash.

Chas. F. Mason. Superintendent.



leasing of Government Building.

Ancon. C. Z., July 13. 1911.
Bids will be received by the Collector of Revenues
up to and including August 10, 191 1, for the leasing to
the highest bidder, from August 16, 1911. for a period



of not more than three years, of building No. 17 at
Empire, owned by the Canal Zone Government. Rent
to be payable monthly. The building is of French
construction, two stories, and contains, in all, fifteen
rooms, with a small outhouse. Bids should be in an
envelope marked, "Bids for a lease to building No. 17
at Empire."

Tom M. Cooke. Collector of Revenues.



July Rainfall for Three Years.



Station.




Pacific Section

Ancon

Balboa

Miraflores
Pedro Miguel .
Rio Grande. . .
Central Section-

Culebra

Camacho

Empire

Gamboa

Alhajuela

El Yigia

Gorgona

San Pablo
Tabernilla. . . .

Bohio

Trinidad

Monte Lirio . .
Atlantic Sec-

Gatun

Brazos Brook .

Cristobal

Porto Bello. . .
Nombre de D.



9.01
14.92
10.27
9.19
8. 13

7.95
8.68
8.27
11.59
13.64
14.09
11.16
10.63
10.78
11.07
10.78
15.63

11.46
12.23
12.83
26.33
16 94



9.26
8.99

11.31
8.95

15.78

16.38
16 17
12.60

17.00
16 99
15.17
13.48
18.30
15.44
10.82
14,91
19.87

19,04
22.01
21.07
22.80
17.10

















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aj




1911


>
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>


5.78


8 02


1.5


7,12


9.88


13


6.83


9.47


3


6.36


S.51


4


7.00


11.31


7


5.95


9.50


20


6 62


10.87


5


4.00


9.35


7


7.26


10.32


31


8.84


13.47


13


8.76


12.67


3


6.45


11.30


8


5.35


10.84


5


4.37


9.22


3


7.29


13.01


17


i 63


8.94


4


10.58


14.76


4


6.66


12.51


6


14.04


16.88


6


14.58


16.46


41


4.48


18.40


4


<) 10


14.38


3



17
17
22
17
19

18
18
18
17
15
17
16
18
19
19
14
25

20
25
22
23
21



Rainfall from July 1 to July 31, 1911, Inclusive.



Stations.



Pat ific Section —

*Chorrera .

Ancon

Balboa

*Miraflores .

Pedro Miguel

Rio Grande
Central Section —

Culebra

*Camacho

Empire

Gamboa

*Juan Mina ....

Alhajuela

*E1 Vigia..

-■"Gorgona

San Pablo

Tabernilla

Bohio

*Trinidad

■■Monte Lirio
Atlantic Section —

Gatun

*Brazos Brook .

Cristobal

Porto Bello

: Xombre de Dios

*Bocas del Toro. .



Ins.
90
2.06
.i 33
1.70
1 50

1 45

1.29

1.11

.77

1.95

2 in

3.92
4.20
1.64
1.68
1.01
2.2X
1.10
2.93

1.60

3.97
3.88
3.85
3 . 36
2.68



•si



Ins.

5 45
5.78
7.12
6.83
6.36
7.00

5.95
6.62

4.00
7.26
8.47
8.84
8.76
6.45
5 . 35
4.37
7.29
3 63
10.58

6.66
14.04
14.58
14.4.K

9. 10
18.63



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



WEATHER CONDITIONS, CANAL ZONE, JULY, 1911.



Except for the first 10 days of the month, during which heavy rains occurred. July weather on the Isthmus
was very similar to ordinary dry season weather. The rainfall shows a marked deficiency in all sections of the
Canal Zone, but wasnot the lowest of record forthe month. The accumulated fallsincc January 1 also has been
below normal. Temperatures and wind movement were the highest of record for the month of July, while the
atmospheric pressure and relative humidity were well below normal. There was also a general deficiency in cloud-
iness. A tabular statement of weather conditions for July, follows:





Press're (reduc'd
to mean of 24
hours.)


Temperature.




Precipitation




Wind.


Stations.


1

31.1

»0.8

82.2


B

3

e

H

CO

s

86
92
94


V

%

a

25
20
20


S
a
8
s
3

73
70
71


"3
a

2
30
30


% .

Si


m

V

JZ

o

s

o


>

.2 *

a «
•x


to

a -5
z


Total move-
ment (in
miles.)


= .£

7Z. O

as
-


•r. <r.
> c




o

V

3


Q




29.S42
29.S29
29.819


S6
90


14.58
5.95

5.7S


16.46
9 50


22
18

17


7.233

5,912
5 692


N.
N.W.
N.W


27
25
25


N.

N.W

E.


5




?3


Ancon..


23



400



THE CANAL RECORD



Vol. IV., No. 50.



COMMISSION CLUBHOUSES.



Activities of the Young Men's Christian Associ-
ation.

Mr. F. C. Freeman, superintendent of clubhouses
since December, 1909, and connected with the club-
house and Y. M. C. A. work on the Isthmus since
September, 1907, leaves on August 12, for the States,
and his resignation will become effective upon the
expiration of six weeks' leave. He will be succeeded as
superintendent by Mr. A. B. Dickson, at presentsecre-
tary of the Empire clubhouse.

EMPIRE.

The following high scores were rolled during the week :
Bigpins — Parkis, 200; Pearson, 202; Pearce, 203;
Luttrell, 201 ; Gorham, 211; Gustavson, 202. Duckpins
— Rodeghiero. 113; Scull, 105, 107; Pinney, 101.

There will be an informal song service on Sunday
evening, August 13, at 9 o'clock. The public is invited
to attend. Familiar songs, both sacred and secular,
will be sung.

The ladies' club will hold a musicale in the hall of
the clubhouse on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock.

The topic for discussion in the literary and debating
society on August 11. will be "Recent events among
the lawmakers at Washington." All men of Empire
are invited to attend, and to join the society.

Gymnasium classes are now meeting on Mondays
and Thursdays. These classes are the largest in the
history of the clubhouse.

GORGONA.

At a dinner and conference at the I. C. C. hotel on
Monday night, July 31, the membership committee
mide plans for a membership campaign, and divided
its members into four competing teams, headed by
F. G. Swanson, R. C. Shady, Tom Ryan, and C. S.
Perry. The team securing the largest number of new
members is to be tendered a dinner and "smoker."

On Thursday night, August 3, after the regular
gymnasium class, an informal social was given the
members, refreshments being served. An organization
was formed, with C. Patterson, as president, to con-
duct informal social affairs of a similar nature, to be
held after gymnasium class at intervals of every two
weeks. A committee of two was appointed to
arrange for the next one.

Mr. N. L. Robinson has contributed a year's sub-
scription to the Geographic Magazine to the Y. M. C A.
reading room.

The high bowling scores for the week ending August
5, are. as follows: Duckpins — Haggarty, 117; Bornefeld,
103; Berglund, 103; Duensing, 113. 106. Bigpins —
Humphrey, 208, 206.

GATUN.

During the month of July, 52 different men rolled
duckpins, 29 rolled tenpins. 19 rolled over 100 in duck-
pins, 5 rolled 200, or over, in tenpins. There were 72
games of 100, or over, in duckpins. L. Durand won a
pennant for the single high score of 231 in tenpins.
Luckey and Barte won pennants for 419 points scored
in the two-man contest. DePoorter and Bailey tied
in duckpins, with 115 points. DePoorter was winner
when the tie was played off.

Gymnasium work was started on Tuesday night.
Class work will be given twice a week in marching,
calisthenics, and recreative games.

The chess and checker club will meet on Friday
night. The games of the preliminary tournament will
close on Saturday night.

CRISTOBAL.

The literary and debating club has a debate on
August 2, "Resolved, that the labor union should be
encouraged." The subject for August 9 is "Resolved,



thatvivisectionbecontinuedforthegoodof humanity."

The regular gymnasium classes meet Tuesday and
Thursday nights at 8 p. m., since the close of the league
basketball series.

A boys' department tournament in tenpins opened
on Friday night. August 4.

The following is the standing of men who completed
the "Strawberry" bowling tournament on July 31:
Won.

Collins 31

Louch 30

Barrett 28

Blackburn 28

Rigney 27

Rosteck 27

Grover 27

Wheeler 24

Howard 20

Gibson 14

Collins and Louch will be awarded mineralite bowling
balls.

Last Saturday night, the C and E A team defeated
the "all stars." two out of three games in tenpins.

High scores for the week ending August 5 were, as
follows:

Duckpins— J. Burgoon, 100; Smith, 104; Wood, 100;
Hess, 102, 100, 109; Wheeler, 108. 105, 104, 109-
Louch. 100; Jacques, 103; Claherty, 108.

Tenpins— Gibson. 220, 220. 210. 235; Collins, 212,
211; Louch, 204, 204, 219; Furlong, 200, 211; Bullard.
215; Blackburn, 209.

The local tenpin handicap tournament will start
this week.



MOVEMENT OF OCEAN VESSELS.



St.


P. C.


11


.738


12


.714


14


.667


14


.667


15


.642


15


.642


15


.642


18


.571


22


.476


28


.333



Stages of the Chagres.

Maximum heights of the Chagres River for the week
ending midnight, Saturday, August 5, 1911. All heights
are in feet above mean sea level.







Station.






Day and Date.


Vigia.


2

a

3
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<


a
o

XI

5

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O


6

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ca


O-J


Sun.. July 30.. .
Mon., July 31. .
Tues., Aug. 1.. .
Wed., Aug. 2.. .
Thurs., Aug. 3.
Fri., Aug. 4. . . .
Sat., Aug. 5.. . .


126.0 , 92.6
126.0 ! 92.6
128.3 94.0
128.3 94.3
126.7 ! 93.2
126.3 1 92.8
128.5 94 4


45.3
45.2
46.6
47.0
45.9
45.6
46.7


13.6
13.5
13.4
13.6
13.6
13.7
13.6


13.6
13.5
13.4
13.6
13.6
13.6
13.6


Height of low
water


125.0 92.0


1
44.0 1



Tide Table.

The following table shows the time of high and low
tides at Panama for the week ending August 16, 1911,
(75th meridian time):



Date.


Low.


High.


Low.


High.


Low.


August 10 ... .


A.M.


A.M.
4.04
4.36
5. 10

5.44


A.M.
10.13
10.50
11.25

P.M.
1? 0?


P.M.
4.12
4.48
5.22

5 . 58
6.37
7.15
8 00


P.M.
10.30
















12.17

12.55

1.35


6.20 ,12.40
6.58 ! 1.21
7.38 2.03






Cold Storage Prices Unchanged.

The prices of cold storage articles, published in The
Canal Record of August 2, remain unchanged.



Lost. — Child's silver ring, green stone, on July 25,
between Gorgona and Empire stations. Finder please
communicate with Edward W. Rudd, Gorgona, C. Z.



CLASSIFIED EXPENDITURES.



A statement of classified expenditures of the Isthmian Canal Commission to June 30, 1911,
follows:



Periods.



Total to June 30, 1909
Total, fiscal year, 1910

Julv. 1910

August. 1910

September, 1910

October, 1910

November, 1910

December, 1910

January, 1911

February, 1911

March, 1911

April, 1911

May, 1911

June, 1911

Total



Department

of Civil

Administration



3.427.090.29
709,351.37
58,474.88
63,887.05
60.586.46
37,250.26
71.981.80
69,424.73
71,426.87
69.886.61
74.670.20
74,198.25
71.266.08
32,0 6.25



Department f Department of

of | Construction General Items.

Sanitation. and Engineering



9,673
1 ,803
156
164
153
146
137
144
137
127
130
126
134
157



,539.28
040.95
,006.64
,220.65
.433.27
587.47
912.89
754.71
.665.14
,198.56
,694.38
588.34
786 71
,943.86



69,622,561
26,300.167
2.216.849
2,348,777
2,516,814
2.565,042
2,356,292.
2,480,221
2,202,370
2.172.805
2,641,274.
2,129.806,
1,875.080.
1.958,067.



42
05

7S
07
II
28
01 i
14
20
21
42
54
72
23



78,022
2.863
280
336
2 36
295.
233,
179,
235,
173
460
115,
200,
365



,606.10
,088.83
,015.85
961.35
170.76
537.33
587.25
047.95
678.30
109.54
607.91
705.55
748.85
163.96



4.891,521 10 ' 13,194,372.85 123,386,129.78 ' 83,998.029.53



Total.



160.745
31,675
2,711
2,913
2.967
3,044
2,799
2.873
2,647
2.542
3,307
2,446
2,281
2,513,



797.09
,618.20
317.15
.846.12
,004.90
417.34
,773.05
448.83
140.51
999.92
246.91
298.68
882.16
201.30



The following is 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
changes

NEW YORK TO CRISTOBAL.



Allianca. . .
Ancon
Panama. . .
Advance . .

Colon

Allianca. . .
Panama. . .
Advance . .

Colon

Allianca. . .
Panama. .
Advance . .
Colon



Cilon

Cristobal. . .
Allianca. . . .
Panama. . . .
Advance . . .

Colon

Allianca. . . .
Panama. . . .
Advance . . .

Colon

Allianca. . . .
Panama. . . .
Advance . . .



.P. R. R..
.P. R. R..
.P. R. R..

P. R. R..

P. R. R...
.P. R. R..

P. R. R..
.P. R. R..
.P. R. R..

P. R. R..
.P. R. R..

P. R. R..
.P. R. R..



Saturday . . .
Thursday.. ,
Saturday. .

Friday

Thursday. . ,
Wednesday.
Tuesday.. . .
Monday. . . .
Monday. . . ,
Saturday. .
Friday
Thursday. .
Thursday..



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