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in. The bank had been caving slowly all the
afternoon, but about 4.40 o'clock the move-
ment became rapid. The workmen were
warned, but in running to escape, Mateo
Rodriguez stumbled, fell, and was covered with
earth. He was smothered before he could be



dug out. The moving earth crushed some
concrete forms and two negro laborers were
caught in the falling timber, but were not
seriously injured.

Mateo Rodriguez was 42 years of age and
came to the Isthmus about eight months ago
from Alberca, in the province of Salamanca,
Spain. A wife, living in that village, survives

him.

Band Concert.

The Isthmian Canal Commission Band will give a
concert at Empire, C. Z., on Sunday. November 20.
1910. at 6 p. m. The program follows:

1 March — Columbia Phonograph Co Burton

2 Selection — Chocolate Soldier Straus

3 Intermezzo — Bitter Sweets Engleman

4 Overtuie — Raymond Thomas

5 Waltz — Tres Jolie Waldteufel

6 Medley Selection — The Cristobal Minstrels Jennings
Introducing "Prairie Song Bird." "How Do You Do.
Miss Josephine?" "Won't You Change Your Name?"
"I'm Awful Glad I Met You." "Could You Learn to
Love Me?" "Can't You See?" "Pony Boy." "Straw-
berries." "Schoolmates," "Molly Lee," and "When
We're Out On Dress Parade."

7 Duet for Cornet and Baritone — Angels'

Serenade Braga

Messrs. Smith and Sanmartin.

8 Humoresque — What's the Hatter With

Father} Lampe

9 March — Any Little Girl That's a Nice Little

Girl Fischer

Chas. E. Jennings, Musical Director.
The next concert will be given at Corozal on Novem-
ber 27, at 7.30 p. m.

Rainfall from November 1 to 12, Inclusive.

MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT.



Pacific Division —

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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Ins.
.67
.54
1.04
1.94
3.25

1.62
1.96
1.44
3.02
1.21
1.21
1.48
2.98
2.79
3.13
2.50

3.69
4.02
2.85
3.89
4.58



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Ins.
1.26
.87
3.21
4.33
5.49

4.09
4.44
2.95
6.70
4.92
4.68
5.38
6.78
6.99
11.74
14.51

12.90

13.93

13.71

*12.97

8.72



*To 5 p. m., November 11.



CONCRETE WORK IN GATUN LOCKS.



Concrete work in Gatun Locks is about 42 per cent completed, 879,297 cubic yards out of a
total of 2,085,000 having been placed at the close of work on November 12. The record of
concrete placed each day last week, and the total up to and including November 12, is shown in
the statement below.



Suicide of I. C. C. Employe in Colon.

Dexter Tate, an American, employed in the
Depot Quartermaster's storehouse at Mount
Hope, committed suicide by shooting himself
in the head with a rifle in a room, near the
corner of Fifth and Bolivar streets in Colon,
on the morning of November 14. He was 43
years of age and arrived on the Isthmus
July 12, 1905. His legal residence was in
Escambia County, Florida. A brother, Ster-
ret Tate of 17-21 William street, New York
City, survives him.

Kangaroo Ball.
Cristobal Court, No. 8, I. O. P. K. will hold
their second annual ball at the Imperial



November 7

November 8

November 9

November 10

November 11

November 12

Portable j-yard mixer.

Total

Previously reported



Construction Plant.
2-Cubic yard mixers.



Concrete
placed.



Hours
worked.



Cu. Yds.

1,730
1.762
2.114
2.244
2.012
1.610



Grand total.



No. of
mixers



28:48
31:17
35:08
37:58
33:46
28:21



Auxiliary Plant.
2-Cubic yard mixers.



Concrete
placed



Cu.



Yds.
734
886
786
680
578
710
21



4.395



Hours
worked.



12:40
12:40
12:40
12:10
11:40
10:40



72:30



No. of
mixers



Large
stone.



Cu. Yds.
195}
282}
309}
279J
317}
196}



1.581}



Total.



Cu. Yds.
2.659J
2.930}
3.209}
3.203}
2.907}
2.516}
21



17.448}
861.849

879.297}



The operation of plant No. 2 was interfered with on the afternoon of November 9, by a slide at the south end
of Gatun Locks.



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THE CANAL RECORD



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THE CANAL RECORD



93



DRY EXCAVATION— PRISM.

Detailed cost per cubic yard for quarter ending September 30, 1910.



Table No. 4.



Items.


Atlantic Division.


Central Division.


Pacific Division.


July.


August.


Sept. 1 Total.


July.


August.


Sept.


Total.


July.


August.


Sept.


Total.










1,310.620


1,607,582


1,574,238


4,492,440


890






890























S0.0001
.0629
.0751
.0629
.1152
.1262
.0625
.0067
.0936
.1000
.0165






$0.0000
.0518
.0568
.0528
.1092
.0898
.0600
.0031
.0895
.1000
.0142




















.0484
.0500
.0490
.1139
.0706
.0599
.0025
.0839
.1000
.0128


.0460
.0485
.0482
.0994
.0792
.0582
.0007
.0918
.1000
.0136






































$1.0981
.4908
1.0133
*6633
.0570
.0140
.1100






$1.0981
















1 .4908














1.0133














„ *.6630














.0570














.0140


Plant












.1100








.1923






.1923






















$0.7217
$0.0446


$0.5910
$0.0497


$0.5856
$0.0519


$0.62 72
$0.0490


Si. 3122
$0.4633






$2.3125












$0.4633



















i i




$0.7663


S0.6407


S0.637S


S0.6762


$2.7755 |




$2.7758


Dry excavation — Prism, by contract —


t


9,296


4.636




13,832




















$0.3500
.1000


$0.3500
.1000




$0.3500
.1000







































1


$0.4500


$0.4500 1


SO 4500








Total dry excavation, quantities, cubic


1 |


1.319.916


1.612,118




4,506.272






























$0.7641


$0.6402




$0.6755



























"•Credit.



DREDGING EXCAVATION— PRISM.



Table No. 5.



Detailed cost per cubic yard for quarter ending September 30. 1910.





Atlantic Division.


Pacific Division.


Items.


July.


August.


September.


Total.


Ju


y.


August. } September.


Total.




Quan-
tities,
cu. yds.


Unit
cost.


Quan-
i tities.
cu. yds.


Unit
cost.


Quan-
tities,
cu. yds.


Unit
cost.


Quan-
tities,
cu. yds.


Unit
cost.


Quan-
tities,
cu. yds.


Unit
cost.


Quan-
tities,
cu. yds.


; Quan-
Unit | tities,
cost. cu. yds.


Unit
cost.


Quan-
tities.
cu. yds.


Unit
cost.


Dikes

Op'n seagoing suction dredge
R'p'rs seagoing suction dredge
Operation ladder dredges
Repairs ladder dredges


423,092
423,092
292,272
292,272
130.820
130,820




$0.0094 451.873
.0006 451.873
.0323 273,702
.0090 273,702
.0569 129.823
.0992 129,823
.0618 48,348
.0915 48.348


$0.0107
.0006
.0306
.0276
.0664
.0641
.0744
.0984


1.383.794

1,383.794

851.484

851,484

391.733

391,733

128.946

128,946

11,631

11.631

520.679

520,679

103,506

103,506


$0.0135
.0006
.0326
.0159
.0621
.0632
.0665










.0006
.0349
.0116
.0630

.0259


508,829
285,510

285.510

131.090

131.090

80,598

80.598

11,631

11,631

211.688

211.688

44.564

44,564


515,782
240,645
240,645
213.194
213,194
61,943


.0019
$0.0417
.0211
.0636
.0095
.0853
.0427


506.969
245.741
245,741
190,941
190,941
70,287
70,287


$0.0027
.0410
.0176
.0544
.0446
.0602
.0623


473,585
226.650
226,650
172.335
172,335
74.600
74,600


SO.OOOS
.0441
.0102
.0552
.0673
.0547
.0355


1,496,336
713.036
.713,036
576,470
576,470
206.830
206,830


$0.0017
.0422
.0164
.0580
.0384
.0657








.0941 61.943


.0468








.1761




.1761
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*Op'n tugs, clapets and scows
*R'p's tugs, clapets and scows


i s'o.aSio

130,820
27,938
27,938


.0845
.0607
.1068
.2694


.0530
.0505
.0922
.0812


178,171
178.171
31.004
31,004


.0739
.0525
.1034
.1685


.0681
.0538
.0995
.1582


275,137

275,137

22.024

22.024

| 22.024

22.024

515,782

515,782

515.782


.0577
.0471
.2193
.1580
.1117


261.228

261,228

12,620

12,620

12.620


.0595
.0429
.4253
.5742
.3134


246,935

246,935

32,963

32,963

32.963


.0642
.0496
.1648
.1363
.1129
.0662
.0033
.0124
.1100
.0090


783,300

783,300

67,607

67,607

67.607

67.607

1,496,336

1,496,336

1,496,336

1,496,336


.0604
.0465
.2312




.2251




.1500




















.0791i 12,620
.0028' 506.969
.0033 506,969
.1100 506.969
.0093; 506,969


.1435 32,963
.0037 473,585
.0032 473,585
.1100 473,585
.0068 473,585


.0849




423,092
423.092
423.092
423.092


.0017


508 8?9


.0019
.0019
.0580


451,873
451,873
451. S73


.0024
.0013
.0580
.0162


1.383,794
1.383,794
1.383.794

1.3S3.794


.0020
.0015
.0580


.0033


Repairs misc. equipment. . . .


.0013 508.829
.0580 508,829
.0136 508.829


.0061
.1100




.0173 451,873


.0158 515.782


.0082






Total division cost

Admin, and general expense. .


423,092
423,092


80.2261 508,829
S0.0177 508.829


451.873
$0.0278 451.S73


$0.2491
$0.0300


1.3S3.794
1,383,794


S0.24O2 515,782
S0.0254 515.782


$0.2823' 506,969
$0.0422^ 506,969


S0.2977 473,585
$0.0225 473. 5S5


$0.3127
$0.0262


1.496.336
1,496.336


$0.2971
$0.0305


Total cost


423,092


SO. 2438 508,829


S0.2716 451,873


$0.2791


1,383,794


S0.2656 515.7.S2


SO. 3245 506.969


$0.3202 473.585


$0.3389


1.496.336


$0.3276


Earth excavation — percent. .
Rock excavation — per cent . .


395,154
27,938


93.40 464,265
6.60 44,564


91,24
8.76


420,869

31,004


93.14
6.86


1.280,288
103,506


92.52 493,758
7.48 22,024


95.73 494.349
4.27 12,620


97.51 440.622
2.49 32.963


93.04
6.96


1,428.729
67.607


95.48
4.52



*Based on- yardage handled.



STONE PRODUCTION.



Table No. 6.



Detailed cost per cubic yard for quarter ending September 30. 1910.





Porto Bello Quarry.


Ancon Quarky.




July.


August. September.


Total.


July.


August. September.


Total.




62.996


74,925 | 69,733


207.654


43,230


61 .092


58,244


162,566








$0.0317
.0714
.3652
.1344
.1031
.0562
.0386
.1258
.3401


$0.0355
.0568
.2915
.1221
.0875
.0423
.0382
.1399
.3401


$0.0264
.0554
.2262
.1218
.0886
.0811
.0393
.1088
.3401


$0.0313
.0608
.2919
.1257
.0926
.0596
.0387
.1251
.3401


$0.0517
.0904
.0837
.0542
.1026
.0310


$0.0130
.0550
.0425
.0416
.0573
.0204


S0.0105
.0464
.0288
.0476
.0601
.0277


$0.0224




.0613




.0486




.0471




.0704




.0259




*.0307

.2500


.0248
.2500


.0377
.2500


.0146




.2500








Total


$1.2665


$1.1539 1 $1.0877


$1.1658


$0.6329


$0.5046


$0.5088


$0.5403



04



THE CANAL RECORD



Vol. IV., No. 12



Table 6 — (.Continued.)
















Porto Eello Quarry.


Ancon Quarry.




July. | August.


September.


Total.


July.


August.


September.


Total.




62.996 1 74.925


69,733


207,654


43.230


61,092


58,244


162.566




$0.0490 1 .$0.0469
.0375 | .0308 1
.0361 .0404
.0918 , .1010
.1751 J .1751


Sll.llld ■
.0423
.0416
.1253
.1751


$0.0473
.0367
.0395
.1064
.1751


$0.0225
.0077
.0382
.0027
.0797


$0.0184
.0059
.0359
.0053
.0795


$0.0174
.0056
.0173
.0011
.0787


$0.0192




.0063




.0298




.0031




.0792




S0.3895 ! $0.3942


$0.4305


$0.4050


SO. 1508


$0.1450


$0.1201


$0.1376




$1.6560 1 $1.5481


SI. 5182


$1.5708


$0.7837


S0.6496


$0.6289


$0.6779




62,996 74.925


69,733


207.654












$0.1437 : $0.1276
.0358 .0476


$0.1214
.0455
.2239


$0.1304
.0433
.2240






















.2240


.2240












$0.4035


$0.3992


$0.3908


$0.3977




L






62,996


74,925


69,733


207,654










Operation, cableways ai '


$0.1347
.0218
.0002
.0668
.0960
.2030


$0.0973
.0185


Ml. 11 !X
.0206


$0.1142
.0202














































.1162
.2030


.0145
.2029


.0759
.2030






















$0.5225 1 $0.4350


$0.3518


$0.4133


1










31,268


27,191


58,459


43,230


61,092


58,244


162,566












$0.0669


.0050
.0005
.0652


$0.0821
.0025
.0724
.0436


$0.0550
.0184
.0090
.0179
.0500


$0.0502
.0120
.0095
.0134
.0500


$0.0528
.0119
.0119
.0136
.0500


$0.0524






.0137






.0004
.0248


.0102






.0147






.0500






$0.0921


$0.1702


$0.2006


$0.1503


$0.1351


SO. 1402


$0.1410




$0.1134


$0.1145


$0.0993


$0.1090


$0.0364


$0.0201


$0.0209


$0.0247




$2.6954


$2.5(52


$2.4265


$2.5473


$0.9704


$0.8048


$0.7900


SO. 8436



♦Credit.



SAND PRODUCTION.



Table No. 7.





Nombre de Dios.


CHAM£.


Items.


July.


August.


September.


Total.


July.


August.


September.


Total.




10,818


12.955


5,730


29.503












$0.0513
.1790
.1445
.1110
.0178
.0114


S0.0015
.1998
.1279
.0805
.0021
.0130




$0.0195
.1978
.1182
.0921
.0100
.0099
.0322












$0.2290
.0466
.0825
.0128

0779

































.1393
$0.6831


.2070
$0.6466


.1286

$0.5774


.1669
$0.6466


1
I








14,208


16.067


27,652


57,927


36.299


40.277


42,500


119.076




$0.3327
.2776


$0.4713
.4744


$0.3277
.2597


$0.3688
.3236


$0.0981
.0185


$0.0862
.0446


$0.0776
.0495


$0.0868




.0384




$0.6103


$0.9457


$0.5874


$0.6924


$0.1166


$0.1308


S0.1271


$0.1252




$0.4670


$0.4680


$0.4680


$0.4677


$0.0300


S0.0300


S0.0300


S0.0300




25.026
$1.1088


29.022
$1.2802


33.382

SI. 0537


87.430
$1.1 146


36.299
S0.1466


40.277

SO. 161 IX


42,500

$0.1571


119.076




$0.1552




25.026


29.022


33,382


87,430


36,299


40,277


42,500


119.076




S0.2673
.0802
.2310


$0.2481
.0849
.2309


$0.1817
.0867
.2310


$0.2282
.0843
.2310


$0.0060
.0302
.0600


.1012
0232
.0600


.1183
.0107
.0600


.1057




.0209




.0600




S0.5785


Mi 5639


XII 1'i'U


$0.5435


$0.1862


$0.1844


SO. 1X90


$0.1866




25.026


29.022


■ 33,382


87,430


36.299


40.277


42,500


119,076




$0.1350
.0358
.0854
.1370


SO. 1009
.0195
.0667
.1370


$0.1186
.0185
.0220
.1370


$0.1174
.0238
.0550
.1370


$0.0437

.0392
.0581
.1100


$0.0549
.0427
.0536
.1113


$0.0412
.0017
.0898
.1089


$0.0466




.0270








.1100




$0.3932


$0.3241


$0.2961


$0.3332


S0.2510


SO. 2625


$0.2416


$0.2515






11,819


13.040


24.859


21.316


37,524


41,647


100,487






$0.1906


$0.1022
.0051
.0005
.0669


$0.1442
.0027
.0006
.0688


$0.0473
.0132
.0130
.0154
.0900


$0.0478
.0114
.0203
.0129
.0900


$0.0520
.0112
.0158
.0144
.0900


$0.0494






.0117






.0006
.0708


.0169






.0141






.0900






$0.2620


$0.1747


$0.2163


$0.1789


SO. 1824


$0.1834


$0.1821




$0.0846


$0.1232


$0.0670


$0.0907


$0.0214


$0.0306


$0.0237


$0.0253




$2.1651


$2.3981


$1.9844


$2.1735


! $0.7841


$0.8207


$0.7948


$0.8007



November 16, 1910.



THE CANAL RECORD



95



OFFICIAL CIRCULARS.



Accumulative Leave.

Culebra, C. Z.. November 8, 1910.
Circular No. 132-h:

The following extract from the minutes of the one
hundred and fifty-eighth meeting of the Commission is
published for the information of all concerned :

To facilitate the reduction of force that will be neces-
sary' as the construction of the Canal nears completion,
and for the benefit of those employes who are unable to
meet the expense of an annual vacation in the United
States without encroaching on the savings which they
may require to tide them over a period of enforced idle-
ness when their employment on the Isthmus is finally
terminated, it is

Resolved, That any employe whose forty-two days'
leave of absence with pay shall become due on or after
January 1, 1911. may defer such leave until his service
is terminated, and if an employe serves twenty-two
months continuously he may be granted not to exceed
eighty-four days' leave with pay, provided that his
resignation is accepted to take effect at the expiration
of such leave, or that he be discharged on account of
reduction of force.

Resolved further. That an employe who has deferred
his leave and who is discharged on account of reduction
of force may be granted, in addition to forty-two days'
leave of absence with pay, three and one-half days'