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Concrete
placed.


Hours
worked.


No. of
mixers


Concrete
placed.


Hours INo. of
worked, mixers


Large
stone.






Cu. Yds.
2.262
2.036
1.806
2.518
Holiday
2.098
2.198


26:00
27:00
23:00
28:67

25:34
25:34


4
4
4
4

4
4


Cu Yds.




Cu. Yds.


Cu. Yd!.
2.262




486 11:50


2
2

2


35
30
14

8


2.557




496
346

280


10:30
8:00






2,878








6:00






394 1 9:00 ] 2






12.918


155:35


4


2.002 44:80


2


87
3.498


15.007
369,285






I |




3.585


384.292



MIRAFLORES.

The total amount of concrete laid in the Miraflores Locks during the week ^ending
November 5—5,246 cubic yards— has been exceeded but once at that point. The f-cubic
yard mixer, No. 6. surpassed its performance of producing 190 cubic yards in one day
recently, by mixing 208 cubic yards on November 5. The time in the former instance, how-
ever, was 7^ mixer hours, and in the latter, 8| mixer hours, the output per mixer hour
being slightly larger on the 190-yard day.

The record of concrete placed during each day of last week, Sunday included, but
Thursday excepted, is shown in the following statement:











Auxiliary Plant










Date.


2-Cubic yard mixers.


}-Cubic yard mixers.


J-Cubic yard mixer.


Totai.




Concrete
placed.


Hours
worked.


No. of

mixers


Concrete Hours No. of Concrete
placed, worked, jmixers placed.


Hours
worked.


No. of
mixers


Large
stone.




Oct.... 30
Oct.... 31

Nov 1

Nov 2

Nov 3

Nov 4

Nov 5


Cu. Yds.

348

FT 444

• 420

452

Holiday

460

374


6:50
8:00
6:25
8:50

8:67
6:67


2
2
2
2

2
2


Cu. Yds.

463 24:58
511 33:00
390 25:50
324 21:00

380 24:50
320 22:50


3
4
4
3

4
4








Cu. Yds.
15

25
15
15

26
38


Cu. Yds.
826








980


65
92

49
20


5:00
8:33

5:00
7:00


1
1

1
1


890
883

915
752


Total

Previo'sly


2,498


44:59


2


2.388 151:00


3.67


226


25:33


1


134
1,170


5,246
49.625}


Grand


















1,304


54.871}



Ancon Dramatic Club.

The Ancon Dramatic Club is rehearsing
Bronson Howard's play, "Young Mrs. Win-
throp," which will be presented at the Na-
tional Theatre, Panama, on Friday evening,
November 18. There will be a special train
from Las Cascadas and return for the occa-
sion, and tickets will be on sale at the vil-
lages along ,:he line after November 7. Twen-
ty-five per cent of the net profits of this en-
tertainment will be donated to the Panama
Orphan Asylum. The club is an organization
composed of Canal employes, or members of
their families, residing in Ancon and vicinity.
Its purpose is to produce standard plays,
drama, comedy, and farce at intervals of two
months. The courtesy of use of :he National
Theatre in Panama has been extended to the
club for the performances. The money de-
rived from the entertainments will be devoted,
after the expense of the production is de-
ducted, to the purchase of equipment for the
staging of more elaborate plays, requiring



costumes and special scenery. All profits in
excess of a certain sum will be given to char-
ities, American and Panamanian.



Collapse of Part of Dock No. 4.

A part of Panama railroad dock, No. 4, in
Colon, covering a space about 20 by 70 feet.
collapsed at 9 o'clock on the morning of
November 8 with 3,500 bags of cement, most
of which was lost. The cement had been un-
loaded from the steamer Nordpol, one of the
ships chartered by the Munson Line to carry
cement for the Commission.



Missing Men.

Any one having information regarding the
present whereabouts of Henry' L. Jernigan,
who is supposed to be in the Canal Zone,
is requested to communicate with the Direc-
tor of Posts, Ancon, C. Z.

Information is wanted regarding the where-
abouts of "Tony" Macon who is supposed



to be in the Canal Zone. Address Evan J.
Owen, Gorgona, Canal Zone.

Any one possessing information regarding
the whereabouts of Abraham Hughes, who
is believed to have left Peru for Panama in
February, or March, 1907, is requested to
communicate with the British Vice Consul

at Colon.

PERSONAL.

Mr. Robert P. Porter, who is in charge of
the South American supplement of the Lon-
don Times, arrived on the Isthmus from Chile
on October 31, remaining here until Novem-
ber 8, when he sailed for London, via New
York. During his visit he made a thorough
study of Canal work with a view to writing
a series of articles for the Times.

Dr. Henry S. Drinker, president of Lehigh
University, Pennsylvania, and Mrs. Drinker,
were members of the party of mining en-
gineers who visited the Isthmus last week.

Commander W. J. Maxwell, U. S. N., and
Maj. W. C. Brown, U. S. A. were among the
passengers on the Allianca, which arrived at
Cristobal on November 3.

The Ven. Archdeacon Henry r }B. Bryan re-
turned from his leave in the States on the
Abangarez which arrived at Colon on Novem-
ber 3.

Order of Isthmian Conductors.

A regular meeting of the Order of Isthmian
Conductors will be held at Las Cascadas at
2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, November
13. All members arejrequested to be pres-
ent. By order of the Chief Conductor.
F. H. Anderson,
Secretary and Treasurer.

Pedro Miguel, C. Z., November 7, 1910.

Johnson Sentenced.
Julius R. Johnson, found guilty of man-
slaughter in the Circuit Court at Empire on
Wednesday November 2, was sentenced to
four years at hard labor in the Culebra pen-
itentiary', by Judge Wesley Owen, on Tues-
day, November 8.

Band Concerts.

A concert will be given by the Banda Republicana
of Panama at Hotel Tivoli, Ancon. on Sunday,
November 13. 1910. at 7.30 p. m. The program follows:

1 March— Outer H'affengefahrten Zeike

2 Waltz— Birds' Voices Vollstedt

3 Concerto for Clarinets Gatti

4 Grand Variations from Somnambula

Arranged by S. Jorge A.

5 Grand Potpourri — Musical Jokes Hamm

6 Grand Fantvsia— Dixit Langey

Santos Jorge Pi.., Director.

A concert will be given by the Isthmian Canal
Commission Band in Cathedral Plaza. Panama, on
Sunday, November 13, 1910. at 7.30 p. m. The pro-
g-ram follows:

1 March— Festal Day Roux

2 Selection - Bright Eyes Hoschna

3 Caprice— Goody Two Shoes Pry. r

4 Overture — Raymond Thomas

5 Waltz— Bad ner Mad In Komzak

6 Medley Selection— The Sunny South Lamp"

7 Selection— Bohemian Girt Balfe

8 March— The Sew Colonial Hall

Chas. E. Jennings, Musical Director.
The next concert will be given at Empire. Novem-
ber 20. at 6 p. m.

Proposals for Excavation In Canal Prism.

Office of Chief Quartermaster.
Culebra. C. Z.. November 2. 1910.
Sealed proposals for exravation of about 112,450:1-
bic yards of earth located at point 4-B. mile 29. on
the Chagres River, will be received here until Decem-
ber 1, 1910. and then opened. Full information will
be furnished by the division engineer. Empire. Canal
Zone. Envelopes containing proposals must be en-
dorsed "Proposals for -excavation in Canal prism", and
addressed C. A. Devol.

Chief Quartermaster.



84



THE CANAL RECORD



Vol. IV. , No. 11



STATEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION EXPENDITURES TO SEPTEMBER 30, 1910.



Table No. 1.

Includes administrative and general expenses, but does not include general items or expenditures for sanitation, hospitals, and civil government.





First Quarter, Fiscal Year 1911.


To June 30. 1910


Total To September 30. 1910.


Items.


Quantities.


Unit
Amount. Cost.


Quantities.


Amount.


Unit

Cost.


Quantities.


Amount.


Unit
Cost.


Atlantic Divisiojt — ■


Cubic Yards.


$1,775.05


Cubic Yards.
1.476,824


$1,002,250.14


$0.6787


Cubic Yards.
1,476,871


$1,004,025.19


$0.6799






2 Dredging excavation, prism


1,383,794


367,514.31


$0.2656


18.143,783


4.229.415.40

1,039,275.36

21,364.85

732,487.40

387.86

1,099.24


.2331


19,527,577


4,596,929.71


.2354


Gatun Spillway —


48,606
8,187
10,510


20.567.93

7.398.9H
82,086.31


.4232

.9037

7.8103


1.418,819

4,723

84,096


.7325
4.5236
8.7101


1,467,425
12,910
94.606


1,059,843.29

28.763.76

814,573.74

387.86

1.508.28


















7,156


409.04


.0572


1.781


.6172


8.937


.1688










$110,462.22




1 $1,794,614.71







$1,905,076.93




Gatun Dam —




1


38,425
4,799,819
3,653,222

22.037


$20,041.19

1.953.565.42

1,043,646.57

6.788.50


$0.5216
.4070
.2857
.3081


38,425
5,432.806
4.979,557

40,411


$20,041.19

2,198.180.67

1,319.028.99

12,515.24


$0.5216
.4046




632.987
1,326,335

18,374


$244,615.25 $0.3864




275.382.42
5,726.74


.2076
.3117


.2649




.3097










$525,724.41






$3,024,041.68






$3,549,766.09




Gatun Locks —


217,532


$170,115.74


$0.7820


4,079.520

488,533

33.843

17.883

513.803


$2,708,600.00

89.406.16

98.502.50

10.607.43

4.000,909.02

252,666.68

5.199.81


$0.6639
.1830

.2.9105

.5932

7.7S68


4,297,052

488,533

57,798

40,217

760.210


$2,878,715.74

89,406.16

151,133.23

14,696.75

5,731.751.51

409,104.01

50,704.01


$0.6699




1830




23,955

22.334

246.407


52,630.73

4,089.32

1,730.842.49

156.437.33

45.504.20


2.1971

.1839

7.0243


2.6149
.3654




7.5397








48,786


.9327


4,190


1.2410


52,976


.9571










$2,159,619.81






$7,165,891.60






$9,325,511.41






50,459
6,862


$10,554.46
$128,084.57


$0.2092
18.6658


126,002


$57,914.73
$56,120.86


$0.4596


176,461
6,862


$68,469.19
$184,205.43


$0.38S0




$26.8443








Total construction cost, Atlantic Division




$3,303,734.83






$17,330,249.12






$20,633,983.95




22 Plant and equipment to be absorbed in
















$5,117,500.90






















Total expenditures, Atlantic Division . . .


S2S. 751,484.85




Central Division —


4,506,272


$3,044,136.15 $0.6755


58,815,543
(Acres) 2. 098


$55,254,020.04

134,857.24

9,798.40


$0.9394
64.2789


63,321,815
(Acres)2,098


$58,298,156.19

134,857.24

9,798.40


$0.9207




64.2789
























Total construction cost, Central Division




$3,044,136.15 1




$55,398,675.68







$58,442,811.83


26 Plant and equipment to be absorbed in
















$2,364,963.49






















Total expenditures. Central Division..


$60,807,775.32




Pacific Division —


890


S2.470.53


$2.7758


239,173


$211,150.55


$0.8828


240,063


$213,621.08


$0.8899






28 Dredging excavation, prism


1,496,336


$490,256.60


.xo.327(,


$23,037,330


$5,512,096.04


$0.2393


$24,533,666


$6,002,352.64


$0.2447


Pedro Miguel Dam —










$925.47
$126,600.66






$925.47
$126,605.72








$5.06




$260,852


$0.4853


$260,852


$0.4854
































$5.06






$127,526.13






$127,531.19




Pedro Miguel Locks —




1,018,657
44.948
166.869


$987,900.41
141,639.15

1.102,812.40

264.360.67

3.016.58


$.9698
3.1512
6.6088


1.018,657

72,552

310,299


$987,900.41
226,647.46

1,803.222.67

321,609.47

7,803.10


$0.9698




27,604
143.430


85.008.31 3.0796
700.410.27 ] 4.8833


3.1239




5.8112




57.248.80
4.786.52








6.905


.6932


9.616


.3137


16.521


.4723








Total




$847,453.90 |




$2,499,729.21






$3,347,183.11




Miraftores Dams and Spillway —


26,408


$17,445.79
39.39


$0.6606


520.901


$313,S84.60

4.077.86

429.51

19.991.26


$0.6026


547.309


$331,330.39

4,117.25

429.51

19,991.26


$0.6054


























14,536


1.3753


14.536


1.3753












1 S17.485.18




. . . : $338,383.23




$355,868.41 1


Miraflores Locks — _








5,885

1,350,135

309,647


$2,028.98

1,422.325.30

142,379.66


S0.3448

1.0535

.4598


5.885

1,350,135

309,647


$2,028.98
1.422.325.30
142,379.66
3,613.07
228,694.77
183,142.47
148,453.72
108.619.87


$0.3448










1.0535










.4598






,,(,! 5.07
88,072.95
169,918.29

53.012.85
6.659.67








38,128

27.835


2.3099
6.1045


64.036
1,630


140.621.82
13.224.18
95,440.87

101,960.20


2.1960
8.1129


102,164
29.465


2.2385




6.2156








12,465


.5343


530,291


.1923


542.756


.2001












$321. .Mi :-' 1






$1,917,981.01






S2.239.257.S4




La Boca Lochs and Dams (abandoned) —








78,233


$158,343.29
315,350.07
159,306.40


$2.0240


78,233


$158,343.29
315,350.07
159,306.40


$2.0240






















































$632,999.76






$632,999.76








$319.10






$36,867.76






$37,186.86


















Total construction cost. Pacific Division .




$1.67"





$11,276,733.69


$12,956,000. 89


53 Plant and equipment to be absorbed in
construction costs after September 30
















$3,489,908.67


































$16,445,909.56
















Total expenditures, constr. and engr'n'g.










$103,005,169.73



Item 7 — Gatun Spillway Baik filling. Material obtained mainly from excavation in preparing foundations, expenses in connection therewith being charged to Item No. 4.



November 9, 1910.



THE CANAL RECORD



85



Item 21 — Colon Breakwater. Unit cost computed on basis of yardage placed in breakwater. Expenditures represent preliminary work, such as tracks, trestles, etc.
Filling was commenced only in September, 1910.

Item 25 — Dredging excavation, prism. Preliminary surveys.

Hem 38 — Miraflores Dams and Spillway, Hydraulic filling. Expenditures represent preliminary work, such as pipe lines, flumes, etc.

Item 44 — Miraflores Locks. Hydraulic excavation. Expenditures represent preliminary work.

Items 49, 50, 51 — La Boca Locks and Dams. These expenditures were incurred prior to adoption of Miraflores as site for the lower locks and dams at the Pacific entrance
to the Canal.

Item 52 — Naos Island Breakwater. Expenditures represent cost of trestling only. Filling is done by Central Division and the cost thereof charged to Item No. 23 — Cen-
tral Division dry excavation, prism.

Items 22, 26, and 53 — Plant. The expenditures for plant and equipment are absorbed into construction costs on the basis of estimated total cost of plant, and the esti-
mated quantities of work to be done. The amounts shown under these items represent the balance of the expenditures which are to be absorbed into construction costs after
September 30.

General — When excavated material is used in filling, such as dams, back filling, etc., the cost of dumping only is charged to the items benefited.



DAM CONSTRUCTION.



Tabulated cost per cubic yard for quarter ending September 30. 1910;



Table No. 2.



Items.



Gatun Dam.



July.



August.



Sept.



Total.



Gatun-Mindi Levee.



July.



August.



Sept.



Total.



Miraflores Dam.



July.



August.



Sept.



Total.



Dry Fill — Quantities — cubic yards



180,111 ; 229.774 223,102



632.987



19.619



17.591



4.290



10,898



26.408



Clearing site

Tracks

Trestle

Transportation

Filling

Maintenance of equipment.

Plant arbitrary

Division expense



$0.0056
.0940
.0028
.0142
.0909
.0083
.0770
.0251



Total division cost

Administrative and general expenses.



$0.3179
$0.0339



Total cost .



S0.3518



$0.0033
.0564
,01)42
.0618
.0965
.0074
.0770
.0222



$0.0068
.0583
.0078
.1406
.0869
.0147
.0770
.0192



$0.3288
$0.0284



$0.3572



$0.4113
$0.0329



$0.4442



$0.0053
.0678
.0051
.0760
.0915
.0102
.0770
.0220



$0,3549
$0.03 15



$0.3864



$0.0457



$0.1266



$0.1733



$0.1333



$0.1207



S0.OS13



$ 0.0985



$0.1011



.0770
.0170



.0770
.0110



.11770
.0117



.0770
.0135



.1442
.0703
.0524
.1600
.0201



.1537
.0301
.0443
.1600
.0156



.1712
.1264
.0460
.1600
.0309



.1597
.0775
.0463
.1600
.0228



$0.2147
$0.0208



$0.1693
$0.0151



$0.1872
$0.0159



$0.1916
$0.0176



$0.492 7
$0.0779



$0.5303
$0.0427



$0.7078
$0.0723



$0.5996
$0.0610



$0.2355



Sll 1844



$0.2031



$0.2092



$0.5706



$0.5730



$0.7801



$0.6606



Paving — Quantities — cubic yards



Clearing site

Filling

Plant arbitrary . . .
Division expenses.



Total division cost

Administrative and general expenses.



Total cost..



Gatun Dam.



July.



7.602



$0.0056
.2118
.0770
.0300



$0.3244
$0.0367



$0.3611



August. Sept,



5,236



$0.0033
.1031
.0770
.0140



5,536



S0.OOO.S
.2056
.0770
.0160



18,374



$0.0053
.1789
.0770
.0212



Items.



$0.1974 $0.3054
$0.0163 $0.0310



$0.2824
$0.0293



$0.2137 $0.3364 j $0.3117



Hydraulic Fill — Quantities — cubic yards..



Clearing site

Clearing for dredge

Dredging

Relay pumps

Pipe lines

Wood flumes

Power

Small boats

Maintenance of equipment.

Plant arbitrary

Division expense



Total division cost

Administrative and general expenses.



Total cost .



Gatun Dam.



July.



462,092



$0.0056
.0069
.0644
.0026
.0268



.0124
.0010
.0321
.0490
.0084



$0.2092
$0.0131



$0.2223



August



406.606



$0.0033
.0084
.0594
.0023
.0112



.0130
.0011
.0428
.0490
.0090



S0.199S
$0.0172



$0.2167



Sept.



457.637



$0.0068
.0054
.0729
.0008
.0179



.0014
.0108
.0490
.0057



$0.1707
$0.0141



$0.1848



Total.



1.326.335



$0.0053
.0069
.0658
.0019
.01S9



.0083
.0011
.0280
.0490
.0077



$0.1929
$0.0147



$0.2076



LOCKS AND SPILLWAYS CONSTRUCTION.



Table No. 3.



Detailed cost per cubic yard for quarter ending September 30,


1910.


























Gatun Spillway.


Gatun Locks.


Pedro Miguel Locks.


Miraflores Locks.




July.


August


Sept.


Total.


July.


August


Sept.


Total.


July.


August


Sept.


Total.


July.


August


Sept.


Total.


Dry excavation — Quantities — cu-


15.436


10.508


22.662. 4S.606


70.503


76,681


$70,348


217.532










































S0.0004 $0.0002
.0106 .0049
.07471 .0646
.06441 .0607
.0654 .0602
.0035' .0016


mi.o2.vs
.0486
.1002
.1644
.1536


S0.0234
.0322
.0546
.1416
. 1 445


$0.0215
.0392
.0779
.0969
.1351


$0.0245
.0398
.0769
.1345

.1444




























$0.0586
.0100
.0643


$0.0518
.1273
.0427
















































































.03 i 2 .0485
.0103 .0080


.0289 .0365

.0085 .0089
.0969 .0856
i i on i i no










































Maintenance of equipment


.0497
.1100
.0206


.0227
.1100


.0593 .04X4


.0966 .0650




















.1100 .lion .iino linn




















.0308! .0226 .02381 .0524| .0501 .0269 .0434




































Total division cost


$0.3132
$0.0627


$0.3853 S0.4109, $0.3744 $0.7961 $0.6779 $0.641S $0.7045
$0.0297 $0.0482 $0.0488 $0.0842 S0.0820 $0.0658 $0.0775


















Admin, and general expense . .








































t0 5759 $0.4150 $0.4591 S0.4232 $0.8803 $0.7599 $0.7076 $0.7820










Preparing foundations, excavation
— Quantities — cubic yards.


3,614


l,97.i 2,600 S.187


5.850


10,575 7,530


23.955


4.410


12.7S9


10.405


27.604


11,990


17,548


8,590


38,128












$0.6486
.1873
.1795
1.5536
.3206
.2508
.3799


$0.3308
.0874
.1959
.4239


$0.5323
.1176
.2828
.6275


S0.4576 S0.5S96
.1148 .1348
.2260 .1834
.6811 .5750
.2462 .1487


$0.3426
.0762
.1361
.3632
.1308
.1667


$0.3931
.1270
.2337
1.0872
.1906
.1747


$0.4316
.1060

.1730
.5929
.1499

.2272










.1712 .2692 .1267
.1366 .1253 .1717
1.1666| -5596 .XI 12
.2059 .1151 .0607
0196 .0259


.2005
.1427
.7870,
.1201,
.0168












$0.6086


$0.7439 $0.4556


$0.5926








.0240




.0058








.0613


.0537
.0342
.1198


.1093
















.0021

.1050 .1747


.0010
.1391

.1100

.1875








Maintenance of equipment


.0215 ,0023 .01112


.1549


!l937 .1361
.6300 .6300


!l392 *.0104 .0692


.0630 .042S




.0892 .100') .054$ .0811 .2749 .1415 .1S44


.1249 .1360 .0740 .1472 .1100








$0.8293 $0.9788 $0.6227 $0.7997 $2.5691 $1.5875 $1.8598 $1.9129
$0.1094 $0.1226 $0.0825 $0.1040 $0.4223 $0.2250 $0.2602


$4.6337 $2.4975 $2.1910 $2.7233 $2.3090 $1.4933 $2.5496 $1.9878
S0.9301 S0.2339 $0.2635 $0.3563 $0.5263 S0.1765 S0.3346 $0.3221


Admin, and general expense . .




$0.9387 $1.1014 S0.7052 $0.9037 $2.9914 $1.8125 S2.1200 $2.1971


$5.5638 $2.7514 $2.4545 S3. 0796 $2.8353 $1.6698 S2.8842 S2.3099



86



THE CANAL RECORD



Vol. IV., No. 11.



Table 3 — (Continued.)





Gatun Spillway.


Gatun Locks.


Pedro Miguel Locks.


MlRAFLORES LOCKS.


Items.


July.


August


Sept.


Total.


July.


August


Sept.


Total.


July. August Sept. Total.


July.


August


Sept.


Total.


Preparing foundations, filling —










20,296


1,938




22,234






















































$0.1757


$0.2695




$0.1839






















































$0.1757


SO. 2695




$0.1839


















Masonry.

Concrete — Quantities — cubic


2.232


3,237


4,250


9,719


77,470


77635


69.039


224,144


40,937 | 50,583


50,243


141,763


3,672


5.755


17,795


27,222




$1.9271
2.7538


$1.9014
2.7330


$1.7680

2.0280

.5376


$1.8490


$1.8961


$1.8947


$1.8359


$1.8771

2.3247

.9137


$ 1.5332 1 $1.9369
.9545 .9360
.2206, .3704


$1.4323
.8353
.3700
.1351


$1.6414
.9056


$1.5407
1.0978


$2.3902
.9677
.3827
.9979


$1.3999
.8434
.3736
.5839


$1.6282




2.4294J 2.3620
.6492! .7269


2.3486 2.2559
1.01521 1.0091
.1937 .2162


.9040




.7679 .7138


.3270'! .3671
.1437' 1.2084


.3747




.5566


.3264 .2413


.3420


.1325


.1790' .17601 .1263


.7557




$6.0054
284


$5.6746
336


$4.5749
171


$5.2696
791


$5.1175
6,531


$5.4522
8.051


$5.3171
7.681


$5.2945
22,263


$2.8843
527


$3.3696

681


$2.7727
459


$3.0177
1.667


$4.2140


$4.7385
275


$3.2008
338


$3.6626


Large Rock — Quantities — cubic


338




$1.0342
2,516


$1.8512
3,573


$2.1869
4,421


$1.6305
10.510


$1.4424
84,001


$1.3815
85.686


$1.2412
76,720


$1.3510
246,407


$2.0534
41.464


$1.5038
51.264


$0.6508
50,702


$1.4427
143.430






$0.4036
18,133


$0.4036


Masonry — Quantities — cubic


3.672


6,030


27,835




$5.3274
.1167
.5778


$5.1411
.1741
.6465


$4.3980
.0846
.5235


$4.8731


$4.7196


$4.9399
.1298


$4.7847
.1243


$4.8165


$2.8470


$3.3248
.0200
.2719
.0775


$2. 74751 $2.9826 $4.2140


$4.5224


$3,1411
.0075
.5637
.0880
.3591
.3815
.0531


$3.5819




.1227 .1121
.5783 .2975


.1220 .0261


.0059 .0168
.2619, .2907




.0049




.4154 .4204
.0915 .1114
.2526 .2813


.3767
.0974
.2830
.0287
.0344
.0597
.1991
.6850
.1130


.3491
.0931


.5658


.4433
.1791
.2117
.0029
.0545


.5379






.0906
.3155
.0209
.0262
.0517
.1312
.6850


.0614 .0763 .3549
.2492 .2523 .3156


.1429




.6831


.7612


.6207


.6834


.3119! .2070


.3214




.0284
.0483
.0633
.1847
.6850
.1145


.0374
.0278
.0645
.2895
.6850
.1243


.0035 .0569 .0684; .0455
.05771 .0336 .0342; .0408


.1149

.2407
.4500


.2492












.0616












.0637| .0642
.1008 .1294
.6646; .6658


.0398 .0554
.18381 .1403
.6658; .6655


.0132 .0116


.0104


Maintenance of equipment


.3616
.6160
.2631


.4351
.6160
.2546


.3393 .3772
.6160 .6160


.0935

.4500
.1315


.1774
.4500
.1080


.1676
.4500


Division expense


.1501! .21271 .1011


.0865


.0575


.0653 .06861; .1907


.1240


Total division cost

Admin, and general expense..


$7.9457
$0.3483


$8.0286
$0.3756


$6.7322j $7.4634li$6.5514l $6.9534
$0.3229 $0.3469|$0.1572| $0.2143


$6.9506l $6.8155
$0.2592 $0.2088


$4.6040
$0.2460


$4.90861 $4.38321 $4.6348
$0.2342 $0.2649 $0.2485


$6.44661 $6.1021 $5.3410
$0.7390 $0.4250 $0.4040


$5.6518
$0.4527


Total cost


$8.2940


$8.4042 $7.0551 $7.8103 1 $6.70861 $7. 16771 $7.2098 $7.0243


$4.8500


$5.1428' $4.6481 $4.8833


$7.18S6 $6.5271 $5.7450


$6. 104 5


Back filling — Quantities — cubic