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The keyboard which is independent of the
casting machine, has 276 keys, so arranged
that they will punch holes, at the touth of the
operator, in a paper roll, each hole represent-
ing a letter, figure or other character in the
type it is desired to use. When a job has been
completed, the paper roll is removed and put
on the casting machine. As the roll revolves
in its new position, the characters thereon are
cast into type from molten metal, by means of
an intricate but nicely adjusted automatically
operated mechanism. Each type is cast



separately and carried automatically into a
line, thence to its proper position on a "gal-
ley." Extra fonts of type, or "sorts" of the
styles adapted to the machine can be manu-
factured at any time. The Canal Record
and most of the job work in the Commission
printing plant are set on this machine.

Balboa Sand Shipments.
A total of 32,506 cubic yards of sand was
was shipped from Balboa during the month of
August, which is a little less than the total
for July. Most of the sand was delivered to
the storage trestles at Pedro Miguel and
Miraflores Locks, only a small amount going
to Gatun. The distribution in detail follows:



Destination.


Number
of Cars.


Cubic
Yards.




2,565

42

26

1

1

2

5

18


30.829








Department of Sanitation

Quartermaster's Department

Panama railroad


25

6

50

59




425






Total


2,660


32,506





Fatal Accident at Porto Bello Quarry.

Joseph Hobart, alias Joseph Rodgers, alias
John J. Moran, an American employed at the
Porto Bello quarry, was struck by a 500-
pound boulder as it rolled from the top of a
loaded car about 7.30 o'clock on Wednesday
morning, August 31, causing injuries from
which he died while enroute to Colon Hos-
pital on the tug Empire. He was 42 years of
age, unmarried, and came to the Isthmus
in 1905. He had served in the United States
Army, and entered the service of the Isth-
mian Canal Commission under the name of
Joseph Rodgers, although information re-
ceived from his cousin, Anna Clark of Scran-
ton, Pa., gives his right name as John J. Mo-
ran. At Porto Bello, he went by the name
of Joseph Hobart.



A launch of the Atlantic Division fleet has
been placed at the disposal of the police for
patrolling Gatun Lake with special reference
to warning people on the lower levels of the
watershed of the approach of floods, and for
rescue work, should occasion arise.



Resolutions of sympathy for Henry Jack-
son, on the death of his son John Jackson,
were passed by Empire Court of the Inde-
pendent Order of Panamanian Kangaroos at
a meeting held on August 27.



The steamship Massachusetts has been
chartered to carry two loads of cement to the
Isthmus during September and October.

Tide Table.

The following table shows the time of low and high
tides at Panama for the week ending September 14,
1910 (75th meridian time) :



Date.



September 8.
September 9.
September 10
September 1 1
September 12
September 13
September 14



Low.


High.


Low.


A. M.


A. M.


P. M.


12.29


6.33


12.52


1.01


7.03


1.29


1.40


7.36


2.10


2.18


8.10


2.50


3.02


8.52


3.42


4.02


9.52


4.47


5.18


11.10


5.57



High.



P. M.
6.51
7.23
7.57
8.38
9.32
10.45



Launch Service to Taboga.

The steamer Sanidad leaves the dredge landing at
Balboa at 9 o'clock Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
mornings. On the return trip it arrives at Balboa
about 4.30 p. m. in time to make connections for the
5 30 train al Panama.



September 7, 1910 .



THE CANAL RECORD



15



COMMISSION CLUBHOUSES.



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

CULEBRA.
The local bowling tournaments have closed and the
following are the final standings:
Tenpins.
Teams.

Lock and Dam

Quartermaster's

Chairman's Office

Miscellaneous

Duckpins.

Miscellaneous

Lock and Dam

Quartermaster's

Chairman's Office

Culebra took three games from the Empire bowling
team on September 2, 1910, by the following scores:



Won.


Lost.


Per cent


6


3


666


4


4


500


3


4


428


3


5


375


7


2


777


3


3


500


2


4


333


3


6


333



Empire.

Gustavson... 151 152 169

Shaughnessy. 162 202 166

Giavelli 152 194 118

Reed 142 113 174

Nicodemus. . 141 148 146



Culebra.

Hall 150 168 163

Herrington 211 145 189

Case 124 148 153

Cohen. ... 165 169 160
Dougherty. 121 199 171



imes


Average


11


164


10


156'.


12


144'.


15


139


35


140'.


24


152- ,


29


148


16


142K


22


140J<



Total 748 809 773 Total... 771 829 836

The entertainment given by Miss Gay Zenola Mac-
Laren on Thursday night, September 1, was enjoyed by
a large audience and was one of the best entertainments
ever given here. Miss MacLaren will give a return
engagement reciting "The Man from Home," on Tues-
day evening, September 20. On Sunday evening,
September 11, she will recite "The Sign of the Cross."
There will be no charge for this recital and everyone is
cordially invited to attend.

The meeting of the discussion club on Wednesday
evening, August 31, was led by J. D. Safford of Camp
Elliott, the subject being "Leadership."

The bowling averages for July for ten games or more
are as follows:

No.

Cohen

Coppin

Cornthwaite

Fleischman

Fox

Hall

Herrington

Hostetter

Mengel

High score for the month was made by Cushing with
212. The men rolling 200 or over for the week ending
September 3, are: Hall, 216; and Herrington, 211.
EMPIRE.

The literary and debating society will hold a "County
Convention" at its next meeting.

The leader of the discussion club meeting held on
Wednesday night, September 7, was Geo. R. D. Kramer
of Culebra. The subject was "Exercise."

A large audience attended Miss MacLaren's recital
of "The Music Master" on September 2. She will give
"The Man from Home" as a return engagement at
the clubhouse on Friday night, September 16.

The final scores for the "Rag Time" tournament were
as follows: Potter-Huson, 1,215; Huson-Gorham, 1,096;
Edwards-Potter, 1,092; the teams mentioned winning
first, second and third prizes, respectively.

The "Boys' Gymnasium Club" for boys from 10 to
15 years of age, held a track meet on Saturday, Septem-
ber 3, with the following results:

Running high jump — 1st, Leon Hartman, 3 feet 10
inches; 2nd, Samuel West, 3 feet 9 inches; 3rd, Perry
Payne, 3 feet 4 inches.

100-yard dash — 1st, William Skinner, 2nd, Samuel
West, 3rd, Wallace Catto. Time, 13 seconds.

220-yard dash — 1st, Wm. Skinner, 2nd, John King,
3rd, Babe Payne. Time, 32 seconds.

Running broad jump — 1st, Clifford Hartman. 1 4
feet; 2nd, Wm. Skinner, 13 feet 4 inches; 3rd, Geo.
Cochez, 12 feet 2 inches.

12-lb. shot — 1st. C. Hartman, 26 feet; 2nd, John
King, 25 feet 8 inches; 3rd, Wm. Skinner, 23 feet 8
inches.

One mile run — 1st, Joe Fein, 6 minutes 30 seconds;
2nd, Wm. Skinner, 6 minutes 45 seconds; 3rd, Wallace
Catto. 7 minutes.

GORGONA.

The pennant which was the prize for the high bowling
score in August was won by Fred King with 230. Other
200 scores were made as follows: Stoehr, 211; Wright,
201; King, 211; 230.200,201, 211, 204, 230, 205; White,
203,201; Stewart, 200; R. Varenkamp, 203; Roper, 213;
Otis, 218, and Hopkins, 206.

The second meeting of the discussion club was held
on Tuesday evening, August 30, with F. C. Freeman as
leader. The subject was "Our Thoughts." These
meetings will be held every Tuesday night at 7.15 o'clock



for the next eight weeks. They are held informally in
the game room. Every one is urged to come and par-
ticipate in the discussions.

The second series of moving pictures from the States
was exhibited to a large audience on Thursday night,
September 1. There will be two moving picture enter-
tainments during the month of September at dates to
be announced later.

Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren will give an imitative
recital of "The Music Master" on Thursday night,
September 8, at the clubhouse.

The Isthmian bowling tournament opens on Saturday
night, September 10, with Culebra second team playing
at Gorgona and the Gorgona first team playing at
Culebra. Admission free for the game.
GATUN.

The next meeting of the discussion club will be held
on Friday night, September 9, the subject being "Our
Thoughts."

The recital of "The Music Master" by Miss Gay
Zenola MacLaren on Wednesday evening, August 31,
was well attended. A return engagement has been
arranged for Thursday evening, September 15, when she
will give "The Man from Home." %

On Saturday evening. September 10, the Empire and
Gatun basketball teams will meet on the Gatun floor.

The interassociation bowling league games start
on Saturday night, September 10, when Cristobal's
first team will play Gatun's first team at Gatun. and
the Gatun second team will play the Cristobal second
team at Cristobal.

The match game rolled on Monday evening, August
29, between the "Myrtars" and the "Y. M. C. A.
Pickers," resulted in the Pickers winning three games,
the following being the scores:



Pickers.

DeMoll 168 150 138

Hodges 159 146 163

C.R.H'r'g'n. 132 181 163

Warr 176 125 158

C.A.HVg'n. 190 151 155



Myrtars.

Soule 159 131 122

Kiernan. . . 139 135 157

Mever. ... 152 121 119

Myers. ... 195 108 136

Durand. . . 155 164 183



Total 825 753 777 Total... 800 659 717

On Thursday evening, September 8, the first team
will play the second team.

The prizes given for the high score in duck and tenpins
for the month of August were won by W. L. Dalton in
duckpins with 123, and H. Hodge in tenpins with 225.
CRISTOBAL.

Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren read "The Music Mas-
ter" before a large and enthusiastic audience, Tuesday
night, August 30. Friday night. September 9, Miss
MacLaren will read "The Man from Home" and on
Wednesday, Sept 21, she will give "The Man of the
Hour."

The local membership campaign is going on and indi-
cations point to a very large increase in membership.
The three teams captained by Chambers, Farrell and
Goddard, respectively, are hard at work.

The discussion club this week had for its topic "What
is Failure?" Next week, J. D. Safford from Camp El-
liott will lead. Subject, "Leadership."

The second of the series of moving picture enter-
tainments was held Friday night, September 2, before
a large audience.

Local bowling teams, first and second, rolled a match
last week with the following result:



First Team.

Louch 164 167 169

Adams. D... 168 177 161

Collins 158 123 141

Rabbitt 164 137 193

Bullard 176 169 138



Second Team.

Barrett. ... 148 156 170

Adams, H. 131 152 180

Schofield. . 150 139 186

Blackburn. 212 208 164

Burns 145 131 155



Totals 830 773 802 I Totals. . . 786 786 855

Grover won the pennant prize for the month of
August with the high score of 213. Rabbitt won the
high average.

The "Employed Boys" played the Y. M. C. A. gym-
nasium at basketball, Wednesday night.

C. A. Bullard has been elected captain of the first
Y. M. C. A. bowling team and Dr. W. A. Blackburn,
captain of the second team.

J. W. Debrill. office assistant at the clubhouse, has
been ill at Colon Hospital for the past two weeks.
C. E. Yeiser has been taking his place.

The office men's gymnasium class is becoming very
popular and many are availing themselves of the chance
to get into it.



Married.

ROSE-BROWN I NG — At 7.30 p. m., September 3,
at the home of the bride's parents in Empire, the Rev.
A. A. Nellis officiating, Eunice Ripley Browning to
Paul C. Rose of Detroit, Mich. Residence, house No.
67, Empire, C. Z.



from Guayaquil; September 1, Huasco, from south
ports.

Departures — August 27, Ucayali. to south ports;
August 28, Peru, to south ports; August 30, Cuzco, to
Valparaiso; August 31, Acapulco. to San Francisco,
Chiriqui. to Buenaventura and Tumaco; September 2,
Quito, to intermediate ports.



Rainfall from July 31 to August 31, Inclusive.

MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT.



Stations.



Pacific Section —

Chorrera

An con

Balboa

Miraflores

Pedro Miguel. . .

Rio Grande. . . .
Central Section —

Culebra

Camacho

Empire

Gamboa

Alhajuela

El Vigia

Gorgona

San Pablo

Tabernilla

Bohio

Trinidad

Monte Lirio. . . .
Atlantic Section —

Gatun

Brazos Brook. . .

Cristobal

Porto Bello

Nombre de Dios



a








8*




3.2




a U




a §


3f


S


Q


Ins.




2.10


24


4.12


24


3.65


24


2.45


20


2.48


7


2.11


7


2.30


27


1.90


27


2.21


27


1.41


31


1.92


23


3.22


23


2.10


31


3.87


12


3.43


12


3.32


24


5.00


24


2.23


1


3.65


20


2.95


12


3.33


12


4.32


10


1.76


10



Ins.

8.14
12.00
10.85
11.97
10.08

8.98

10.11

10.75
10.08
10.66
13.43
15.01
10.84
13.06
11.07
14.84
12.03
13.68

13.85
13.56
14.93
20.71
9.63



August Rainfall for Three Years.



Pacific Seclion-

Ancon

Balboa

Miraflores. . .

Pedro Miguel

Rio Grande. .
Central Seclion-

Culebra

Camacho ....

Empire

Gamboa ....

Alhajuela. . .

El Vigia

Gorgona ....

San Pablo...

Tabernilla . . .

Bohio

Trinidad . . .

Monte Lirio.
AttanticSeclion-

Gatun

Brazos Brook

Cristobal ....

Porto Bello..

Nombre de D



Ins.
11.48
10.48



9.31
7.65

7.74
8.28
8.11
11.84
16.64



10.70
11.02
20.50
19.00
15.88

16.22
18.19
16.89
16.98



Ins.
6.84
6.86
6.46
10.07
9.12

8.32
8.03
7.20
7.03
8.15

11.24
8.45
9.04
9.78

10.01
9.50
8.39

9.92
10.67
15.42
13.83
12.15



Ins.
12.00
10.85
11.97
10.08

8.98

10.11

10.75
10.08
10.66
13.43
15.01
10.84
13.06
11.07
14.84
12.03
13.68

13.85
13.56
14.93
20.71
9.63



S3



Ins.
7.64
7.54
9.22
9.82

10.22

10.57
10.25
10.14
12.20
13.29
13.12
12.37
10.94
10.80
15.34
13.51
12.65

16.10
15.24

15.22
17.17
10.89



18

19

12
23
24

23
24
23
29
26
27
23
24
28
30
26
31

28
26
25
22
26



The following vessels arrived at and departed from
the port of Balboa during the week ending September 3:

Arrivals — August 28. Quito, from'intermediate ports;
August 31. San Juan, from San Francisco. Ecuador,



Band Concert.

The Isthmian Canal Commission Band will give a
concert at Hotel Tivoli. Ancon. C. Z.. on Sunday. Sep-
tember 11. 1910. at 7.30 p. m. The program follows:

1 March — Bay State Commandery Burrell

2 Selection — The Dollar Princess Fall

3 Barn Dance — By the Light of the Silvery

Moon Edwards

4 Overtuie — Poet and Peasant (By request) . .Suppe

5 Sextet from Lucia Donizetti

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 Your'e Sweet Sixteen," "Comical Eyes,"
"Sicilian Chimes." "My Friend Jim-a-da-Jeff," and
"Margarita."

7 Waltz — Love Sparks Holzman

8 Medley March — Put On Your Old Gray

Bonnet Wenrich

9 Patrol — American Meacham

10 March — National Emblem Bagley

Chas. E. Jennings, Musical Director.
The next concert will be givenfat Gorgona, September
18, at 6 p. m.



16



THE CANAL RECORD



Vol. IV., No. 2.



OFFICIAL CIRCULARS.



Occupation of Family Quarters.

CULEBRA, C. Z., August 29. 1910.

Circular No. 346:

The following resolution, adopted by the Commission
at its one hundred and fifty-eighth meeting, held August
25. 1910. is published for the information and guidance
of all concerned:

Whereas. It is at times necessary for employes, in
order to hasten recovery from injury or disease con-
tracted in line of duty on the Isthmus, to temporarily
return to the United States; and

Whereas, By reason of such absence they aie re-
quired to surrender family quarters;

Resolved. That the applications of such employes
may be placed at the head of the list for assignment to
the first quarters vacated after their return to duty,
provided their sojourn in the United States was upon
the recommendation of the Medical Examining Board.
Geo. W. Goethals,
Chairman and Chief Engineer.



Culebra, C. Z., August 30, 1910.
Circular No. 347:

The following resolution, adopted by the Commission
at its one hundred and fifty-eighth meeting, held August
25, 1910, is published for the information and guidance
of all concerned:

Attention was called to the fact that family quarters
in some instances have been held unoccupied longer
than fifty-six days by being reassigned to the same em-
ploye upon a new application, thus depriving the Com-
mission of the quarters for assignment to other employes.
This practice being deemed an evasion of the regulations
governing the assignment of family quarters, upon
motion it was

Resolved. That no new assignment of family quarters
shall be made to an employe within fifteen days after
the quarters previously assigned are forfeited or re-
leased. Geo. W. Goethals.

Chairman and Chief Engineer.



Service on Coroner's Jury.

Culebra C. Z., September 1, 1910.
Circular No. 276-B:

Employes of the Isthmian Canal Commission or of
the Panama Railroad Company who are duly summoned
to testify before a coroner's jury in the Canal Zone will
be compensated for time lost in the same manner as
employes selected for jury duty or summoned as wit-
nesses in criminal cases. Certificates showing the
time the employe is actually in attendance will be issued
by the coroner or his deputy. In other respects the
same procedure will be followed as is prescribed in
Circular No. 276.

Geo. W. Goethals,
Chairman, Isthmian Canal Commission.
President, Panama Railroad Company.



Closinft of Cocoli Shop.

Culebra, C. Z., August 31. 1910.
Circular No. 349:

1. Effective September 1, 1910, the Cocoli shop of
the Pacific Division will be closed and all mechanical
work now being done there will be transferred to the
Pedro Miguel shop of the Mechanical Division,

2. On and after September 1, 1910, the Mechanical
Division will hostle all locomotives and will perform all
mechanical work at Pedro Miguel shop, and make all
repairs to the stationary plants at Pedro Miguel, Mira-
fiores, and other places in the Pacific Division, both
day and night, as may be called for by the Division
Engineer of the Pacific Division or such of his assistants
as may be authorized to direct the pelformance of such
work.

3. The Division Engineer of the Pacific Division, and
his authorized representatives, may call direct upon the
foreman of the Pedro Miguel shop for mechanical work,
which will be promptly preformed in the manner indi-
cated, provided that the manufacture of new material
and the making of alterations will be done as provided
for in Circular No. 343.

4. The Pacific Division repair shop for narrow gage
locomotives near the Pedro Miguel Locks is to remain
under the jurisdiction of the Pacific Division. How-



ever, the Division Engineer of the Pacific Division is
authorized to require the services therein of mechanics
from the Pedro Miguel shop when so desired.

5. The Cocoli shop will remain intact until further
orders, all machines and tools therein to be protected
against deterioration and injury by the Pacific Division.

6. The Division Engineer of the Pacific Division will
furnish the Superintendent of the Mechanical Division
and the foreman of the Pedro Miguel shop direct with
the names and positions of, or otherwise designate,
the representatives of the Pacific Division whom he
authorizes to call upon the Pedro Miguel shop for
mechanical work.

Geo. W. Goethals,
Chairman and Chief Engineer.



MOVEMENT OF OCEAN VESSELS.



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 3, 1910:

Oruba. August 28, from New York, with 300 bales
iron bolts for Atlantic Division; 8 cases paper, 175 cases
tie plugs for stock.

Colon, August 29, from New York, with 6,300 barrels
cement, 26 crates boiler tubes for Atlantic Division;
10 packages crane machinery for Pacific Division; 27
bundles castings. 913 pieces castings for Mechanical
Division; 6 cases electrical equipment for Fire Depart-
ment; 35 cases ink and mucilage, 14 bundles steel, 188
kegs nuts, 12 cases asbestos material, 55 cases steel
shafting. 150 cases varnish forstock; and a miscellaneous
cargo, the whole consisting of 7,852 packages, weighing
1,404 tons.

Sibiria, August 29, from New York, with 260 pieces
steel bars, 212 cases electric fuses for stock.

Otta, August 30, from Baltimore, with 578 tons lock
construction material for Atlantic and Pacific Divisions;
2 Porter locomotives. 50,028 feet B. M. spruce lumber
for Atlantic Division; 4,400 corrugated steel bars for
Pacific Division; 1,000 car wheels for Mechanical Di-
vision; 826 tons steel plates, bars, etc., 20,224 cases
dynamite, 145 tons foundry coke, 2,500 kegs railroad
spikes. 4,051 bundles splice bars, 70 cases steel shafting,
1,109 pieces wrought steel galvanized pipe for stock.

Cristobal, August 30, from New York, with 31,670
barrels cement for Atlantic Division ; 83,3 20 bags cement
for Pacific Division.

Abangarez, September 1, from New Orleans, with
324 tons dump car parts for Cristobal shops (for erec-
tion) ; 164 barrels paving brick for Civil Administration;
4,108 pieces yellow pine car stakes, 80.708 feet B. M.
yellow pine lumber, 630 sacks cottonseed meal and
hulls, 40 bundles turnbuckles. 2,436 bales hay for stock.

Almiranle, September 2, from New York, with 126
bundles wheelbarrow parts. 22 barrels drift bolts. 22
half-barrels drift bolts, 58 bundles scythe handles, 18
bundles scythe snaths, 60 bundles rail braces for stock.



Stages of the Chagres.

Maximum heights of the Chagres River for the week
ending midnight, Saturday, September 3, 1910. All
he'ghts are in feet above mean sea level.







Station.






Day and Date


Vigia


*o3
3
'rt

<


8

%
re
O


d

3
o

to


a .

62


Sun. August 28
Mon. August 29
Tues. August 30
Wed. Ai'gust31.
Thurs. Sept. 1..
Friday Sept. 2..
Sat. Sept. 3. . . .


127.8
127.7
127.4
130.6
138.3
131.5
130.3


94.5
94.3
94.2
96.2
101.1
98.0
96.0


48.8
48.8
48.0
49.6
55.4
55.5
49.9


19.3
18.7
18.1
17.7
18.5
20.1
17.8


18.9
18.4
17.8
17.3
17.0
17.7
17.5


Height of low


125.0


92.0


46.0







Cold Storage Prices.



There are no changes in the prices of cold storage
articles from those quoted in last week's isssue of The
Canal Record.



WEATHER CONDITIONS, CANAL ZONE, AUGUST, 1910.




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Temperature.


>

re ~

SI

re 3
5


Precipitation.


Wind


Stations.


a
re
u

s


a

3

a
s


Q


a

3

a

'3

3


V

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a


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V

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U

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Total move-
ment (in
miles.)


.5 a

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£■8

PL.


■rj «i

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K.2

ra - '

s


B



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u
u

a


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29.856
29.834
29.842


78.4
78.8
79.2


86
89
91


31
7
15


72
69
69


20
6
21


90
94
92


14.93
10.11
12.00


15.22
10.57
7.64


25
23
IS


5,342
4,152
4,541


N.W.
N.W.
N.W.


25
30
31


w.

N.
N.E.


19



























The following is a list of the sailings of the Panama
Railroad Steamship Com' inv, of the Roy.*i Mail Steam
Packet Company, of th Hamburg- American Line, .ind
of the United Fruit Company's I. in:, the Panama Rail
road Company's dates being subiect to change:

NEW YORK TO CRISTOBAL.

Panama P. R. R. Sat urday Sep- . 3

Allianca P. R. R. Saturday !-ert. 10

Colon P. R. R. Satur ■< .y • . /

Advance P. R. R. Friday -e... 2'

Panama P. R. R. Thursday S~p . y

Allianca P. R. R. Wednesday. , .'jt. S

Colon P. R. R. Tuesday Jet. 1 1

Advance P. R. R. Monday Oct 17

Panama P. R. R. Saturday Oct. 22

Allianca P. R. R. Friday '.Oct. 28

Colon P. R. R, Friday Nov. 4

CRISTOBAL TO NEW YORK.

Cristobal P. R. R. Thursday Sept. 8

Advance P. R. R. Saturday Sept. 10

Panama P. R. R- Friday Sept. 16

Allianca P. R. R. Thursday Sept. 22

Colon P. R. R. Thursday Sept. 29

Advance P. R. R- Wednesday. . . Oct. 5

Panama P. R. R. Tuesday Oct. 11

Allianca P. R. R- Monday Oct. 17

Colon P. R. R. Sunday Oct. 23

Advance P. R. R. Saturday Oct. 29

Panama P. R. R. Friday Nov. 4

A fortnightly service of the Cristobal and Anion will
be maintained as nearly as possible, leaving Cristobal
on or about the 4th and 25th of each month. Due
notice of the sailings of these ships from the Isthmus