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ments of the Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization
in connection with outward bound passengers from the
port of New York, it will be necessary to furnish this
office the names of all children for whom transportation
is desired, as well as their ages.

Geo. W. Goethals,
Chairman and Chief Engineer.

Interchange of "Extra" Men.

Culebra. C. Z., March 16. 1911.
Circular No. 376:

Whenever the list of "extra" employes of any division
or department of the Isthmian Canal Commission, the
Panama railroad and the relocation is exhausted, from
any combination of circumstances, the necessities wil.
be met by temporarily transferring men from other
divisions which are able to spare same, in which case
the expense of such borrowed men will be borne by the
division or department obtaining their services. Cate
should be exercised to keep the number of "extra" men
in each division down to a minimum.

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

Estate of Gregorlo Perez.

Creditors of the above estate are hereby notified to
file their claims with the Circuit Court Clerk, Ancon,
or the same will be barred at the expiration of the mini-
mum term fixed by the Code.

LOST — On Sunday, March 12, a No. 3-A kodak in
black leather case well worn; carrying strap broken
and khaki-colored string substitued. Finder please
leave at Cristobal police station or district quarter-
mater's office, Gatun, where a suitable reward will be
paid.



March 21, 1911.



THE CANAL RECORD



239



BASEBALL.



PANAMA CANAL LEAGUE.




SUMMARrES OF GAMES, MARCH 19.




Atlantics AB.H.PO.A.E.


Ancon. AB.H.PO.A.E.


Hennessy, ss 2 12 2


RDren'n.2b. 3 1


3 1 3


Edwards. lb 4 2 10 2 2


LDre'n.rf.cf 4


1 1


Reeves. 2b.. 4 2 3


Pearman,3b 4 1


13


Emerson.lf. 4 2 10


Caldwell.c. 3


5 3


WSulli'n.cf. 4 1110


Nygren.lb.. 3 2


9 3


TSulli'n.3b. 4 14 1


Hunter. ss. . 3


2 3


Yingling.c. 3 6 2 2


Russcll.cf.p. 3


1 2


Horrigan.rf 4 110


Frampton.lf 3


1


Davis.p ... 4 2 4


Hull.p.rF. .30


1 1


Total... 33 9 27 15 5


Totals. ..29 4 24 14 6




5 2
10 1


x — 8


Ancon C


0—2



Runs — Atlantics: Hennessy (2), Emerson, W. Sul-
livan, T. Sullivan, Yingling, Davis (2); Ancon: Pear-
man, Frampton. Runs earned — Ancon 1,; Atlantics,
4. Two base hits — R. Drennan, T. Sullivan. Emerson
(2). Home run — Pearman. Sacrifice hits — R. Drennan,
Hennessy, Yingling. Stolen bases — R. Drennan. Hen-
nessy, Edwards, W. .Sullivan, Yingling, Davis (4).
First base on errors — By Atlantics, 2; by Ancon, 6.
Baseson balls — Off Davis. 1; Russell, 1. Struckout —
By Davis. 3; by Russell, 3; byHull 3. Left on bases —
Ancon, 1; Atlantics. 3. Double plays — Horrigan to
T. Sullivan. Passed balls— Caldwell, 1; Yingling, 1.
Umpire — Booth. Time of game — 1.45. Scorer — J. P.
Mead.



C.-S. AB.H.PO.A.E.
Bucha'n.cf. 4 110
Breivogle.lf 3 10 1
Curtis,2b. .42020
Mosher.lb. 3 10 2
Rutherf'd.ss4 12 10
Lacey,3b... 3 10
Ryan.rf . ... 3
Meegan.c. . 3
Kellogg.p.. 2 5



Empire. AB.H.PO.A.E.
Bryan.3b.. .40320
Markley,2b. 4 4 10
Dixon.ss. ..40220
Barnev.c. .30650

Bell, lb 3 8 12

Murphy ,cf. 2 1
1 I VanZandt.lf 2 3 10

14 2 Toons.rf 2 10 1

, Barnes.p. ..20030



Totals... 29 7 27 12 ll Totals... 26 27 15 4
Com.-Subsistence. .. 1 1 0—2
Empire 0—0

Runs — C.-S.: Buchanan, Rutherford. Earned



runs — C.-S.. 2. Left on bases — C.-S., 3; Empire, 3.
First base on balls — Off Barnes, 1 ; off Kellogg, 3. Two
base hits — Buchanan, Rutherford. Struck out — By
Kellogg, 15; by Barnes. 6. Double plays — VanZandt
to Markley to Bell; Meegan to Rutherford. Hit by
pitcher — By Barnes 1 (Kellogg). Umpire — Irwin.
Time of game — 2.00. Scorer — Moeller.

RESULTS OF GAMES, MARCH 19.

At Empire — Commissary-Subsistence, 2; Empire, 0.
At Colon — Ancon, 2; Atlantics, 8

STANDING OF CLUBS.
P. W. L. P.C. I P. W.

Com-Sub. 4 4 1.000 Empire ..4 1
Atlantics.. 4 2 2 .500 | Ancon ... 4 t

SCHEDULE OF GAMES, MARCH 26,

At Ancon — Commissary-Subsistence vs. Ancon
At Empire — Atlantics vs. Empire.



P.C.

250
.250



Supplies for Canal Work.

The following steamers with supplies for the Isthmian
Canal Commission and Panama Railroad Company
arrived at the ports of Cristobal and Colon during the
week ending March 18, 1911:

San Mateo, March 12, from Philadelphia, with 1.000
drums gasoline for stock.

PrinzEitelFriedrich, March 12, from New York, with
25 cases enamel paint for stock.

Consul Horn, March 12, from Gulfport, with 709
pieces piling. 744 pieces washers, 6 barrels washers for
Atlantic Division; 11 barrels washers for stock.

Colon, March 13, from New York, with 13 cases
rubber hose for Atlantic Division; 60 kegs potassium
chlorate, 22 kegs manganese dioxid for Mechanical
Division; 20 kegs shellac for Panama railroad; 54
cases drugs and sundries for Sanitary Department;
50 bundles steel rail, 88 cases caustic soda, 34 barrels
resin, 11 barrels water bottles, 8 cases vermillion paint.
9 cases drill machinery for stock; and a miscellaneous
cargo, the whole consisting of 532 packages, weighing
99 tons.

Cristobal, March 13, from New York, with 25.470
barrels cement, 40,000 bags cement for Atlantic Divi-
sion; 59,040 bags cement for Pacific Division.



Alenas, March 16, from New Orleans, with 10 barrels
journal bearings for Mechanical Division; 43,198 feet,
B. M., yellow pine lumber for stock.

Almirante, March 17, from New York, with 3 cases
machinery for Mechanical Division; 34 bundles brooms
for stock.



The following vesels arrived at or departed from the
port of Balboa during the week ending March IS, 1911:

Arrivals — March 12, Vicksburg, from Central Ameri-
can ports; March 13. Ucayali, from Callao; Riverside 1
fiom San Francisco; March 14, Aztec, from San Fran-
cisco; Sydney, from San Francisco; March 16, Quito,
from Buenaventura; Aysen, from Valparaiso; Arica,
from Guayaquil.

Departures — March 11, Pennsylvania, to San Fran-
cisco; March 10, .Saw Jose, to San Francisco; March 14,
Barracouta, to Central American ports; March 17,
Pleiades, to San Francisco; Ecuador, to Guayaquil;
March, 18, Fenwick, to San Francisco; March 13,
Peru (P.S.N.) . to Valparaiso.



A concrete sea wall is in progress of construction on
Colon beach from 11th street to the wharves in front
of the railroad station. It will protect the beach from
wave action and also afford a landing place for boats
in the coastwise trade.



Proposals for Charcoal.

Sealed bids will be leceived at the office of the Depot
Quartermaster, Mount Hope, until 2 p. m., March 31,
1911, when they will be publicly opened, for 40.000
pounds of charcoal in bags. Delivery of 10,000 pounds
to be made within 10 days after award, balance within
30 days thereafter. Charcoal will be accepted on
board cars at any point on the Panama railroad and
will be inspected and weighed on receipt at destination.
Payment will be made on basis of net dry weight, ac-
cording to specifications which will be furnished upon
application. Tne right is reserved to reject any or all
bids. Bids must be marked "Proposal for Charcoal"
and addressed to the Depot Quartermaster. Mount
Hope, C. Z. C. Nixon,

Depot Quartermaster.



PANAMA RAILROAD COMPANY.



PASSENGER TRAIN TIME TABLE No. 8-IN EFFECT MARCH 25, 1911.



SOUTHWARD.


B




NORTHWARD.


SUNDAY ONLY.


DAILY EXCKPT SUN
DAY.


SATURDAY
ONLY.


■— •

u c
- :


STATIONS.


DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. SUNDAY ONLY.


SAT.
INLY


SUN.
ONLY


29


37


35


23


31


7


5


3


71


73


3


4


6


s


80

A. M.


'- 3

P. M.


34


36


38


.id


73


74


P. M.


P. M


P. M


A. M.


A. M.


P. H


A. M.


A. M.




P. M.


P.M.




Leave. Arr.


A. M.


P. M.


P. M.


P. M.


P. M


P. M.


P. M.


P. M.


P. M


A. M.


7. on


4.(1(1


l.oo


10.00


6.45


4.35


10.30


5.25




6.00


10.45


o.on


FColon


8.35


, I 50


3.35


7.35 8.45


17 en


3.00


6.00


9.00


11.40


9.45


2.15


s 7 "5


■(4.05


s 1.05


8 10.05


S6.50


4.30


10.34


; 5.3(1


8


6.05


= 10.50


1.77


fMt HopeC.


8 S.30


12.47


3. SO


[7.30 Is 8.41


s 11.56


8 2.56


s 5.56


8 8.56


s 11.37


S9 37


8 2.03


f 7.10


4.10


1.10


f 10 in


6.55


<4.45


1".40


; 5.36


6.14


10 54


4.37


tMindi


sS.24


12 42


3.24


7.24 f 8.35


11.5


2 50


5.50


'S.50


F 11.31


9.31


2.02


f 7.1S






f 10 15








■ 5.41 f


6.16


' 10.56


5 94


New Gatun..


8 8.19






s S.30










f 11.26


19 I




S7.18


i4.18


- 1.18


s 10.18


8 7.01


8 4.51


8 in.46


< '=.14


8




- 10.58


6.79


FGatuo


5 3.15




'


S7.17 sS.27


s 11.44


i 2.44


* 5.41


S S.4J


s 11.24


8 . 8


8 1.56


s 7.36


t" 4 36


: 1.36


f 10.36


f 7.19


8 5.11


8 11.07


6 03


f


6 3S


' 11.20


15 26


fRohio


8 7 58


f 12.16


f 2 59 s 6.56


S8.08


s 11.25


8 2.25


8 5.25


- S.25


F 11.05


F 9 01


F 1.32


s 7 J .'


<4.42


- 1.42


8 10 42


f 7.25


8 5.17


f 11.13


■ 6.(10


f


6 45


1 11 26


IS 51


Frijoles


8 7.52


s 12.10


F 2.53


8 6.50


S8.02


s 11.19


. 2 19


s 5.19


8 8.19


8 in.59


F8.53


F 1.24


8 7. -IS


; 4. IS


S 1 4s


s 10.48


S7.31


8 5 23
5.24


s il iq

11.2 '


• 6.15
.6 16


S


6 5
6 56


8 11.35
11.38


21.37
21.61


: "Tabernilla .. .
trabernilla c


8 7.46
7.45


s 12.04
12.02

P. M.


s 2.47

2.4"


S6.44
6.43


s7 56


s 11.13.


8 2.13


s5.13


5 8.13


s 10.53


8 8.48

S.42


s 1.19
1.13












5.26


11.22


6 IS s


6 5S


; 11 42


22 S7


tRarbacoas C.


7.43


12.00


2.44


'6.41














S8 40


s 1.11


s 7.5.1


- 4.53


8 1.53


8 10 53


8 7.36


■= 5.27


8 11.23


8 6.19


F


7.(11


i 11.47




Kan Pablo....


s7.42


s 11.59


8 2.43


8 6.40


s7.51


s 11.08


8 2.0S


s 5.08




s 10.48


8 8.33


F 1.04


f7.59


■ i 59


F 1.5°


f 10.59


F7.4?


: 5.33


f 11.29


f 6.25


s


7.12


< 11.54


25 74


FMamei .


F 7.36


f 11.53


: 2.37


; 6.34


f 7 In


F 11.02


F2.02


F5.02


F 8.0'


F 10 42


8 8 27


5 12.58


s8.04


8 5.04


s 2.04


s 11.(14


8 7.4s;


8 5.40


8 11.36


8 6 32


8


7 16


f 12.00


28.27


tGorgona


8 7.2:1


s 11.46


8 2 30


8 6.28


s 7.41


s 10.57


8 1 .57


8 4 57


s 7.57


x i" 37


8 8 22


s 1253


S s 09


? S "9


8 2.09


s 11.09


8 7.53


8 5 4'


8 11.41


■16 37






A. M.


29 68


FMatachin . . . .


8 7.24


s 11.41


S2.25


s 6.23


S7 36


s 10.52


8 1.52


8 4.52


. 7 52


8 10.32


8 8.18


8 12.49


SS.14


-5.14


s :.i4


.8 11.14


8 7.58:


8 5.49


8 11.45


8 6.42


8


7 20


! 12.05


SI ,'1


iBas Obispo.. .


■; 7.20


S1137


s 2.21


8 6.19


S7.31


s 10.47


8 1.47


8 4 47


8 7.4'


f 10.27


8.14


12.45


S8.20


8 5.20


s l 2(


s 11.20


8 8.04


8 5.55


s 11.51


8 6.49


8


7.25


. 12 12


32.62


I,as Cascadas.


S7.14


s 11.30


8 2.15


8 6.13


S7.26


s 10.42




8 4.42


S 7 47


s 10.22


8 8.12


s 12.43


SS.25


S5.25


S2.25


s 11.25


8S.09


S6.00


8 11.56


8 6.54


8


7.32


! 12.17


34.91




8 7.09


s 11.25


s 2.10


S6.03


s 7.21


s 10.37


8 1.37


s 4.37


8 7.37


s 10.17


5 8.07


s 12.38


SS.30


s5.30


s 2.30


s 11 30


s s.14 s6.05


8 12.01


8 6.59


8


7.37


< 12.22


35.90 tCulebra


S7.04


Is 11.20S


s 2.04


8 6.03 s 7 16


s 10.32




8 4 32


8 7.32


8 10.12


8 S.03


8 12.33


8.32


5.32


2.3 1


11.32


8.16 | 6.0S


12.03


7 01




7.40


12.24


36.52


"[Summit C . .


7.01


11.17


2.00


6.00 7 13


10 30


1.30


4.30


7.30


10.10


8 00


12.31


f S.39


f 5.39


f 2.39


f U.39


f 8.23 6.16


12 11


7.09


8


7.47


8 12.31


39.77


tParaiso Jet.. .


6.52


11.09


1.52


552 f7.05


F 10.22


F 1.22


f 4.22


F7.22


E 10.02


E 7.52


F 12.23


S8.41


- 5 41


S2.41


s 11.41


S 8.25 5 6.1 8


s 12.13


8 7.11 8


7.8,,


5 1235


40.15


tPedro Miguel


8 6.50


s 11.05


8 1.50


8 5.50 s 7.03 s 10.19


- 1.19


s 4.19


8 7.19


s 9.59


8 7 50


s 12.21


sS.46


v 5.46


% 2.46


s 11.46


s 8.30 s 6.24


s 12.19


8 7.16 8


7.56


8 12. JO


41 66


Miraflores


s 6.45


S 11.00


s 1.45


8 5 45 8 6.5S


s 10.14


s 1.14


s 4.14


s 7.14


F 9.54


5 7 45


s 12.16


8.52


5 52


2 52


11.52


8.36 6.30


12.35




8 02


12 45




tCorozal Jet...


6 39


10.51


1 39


5.39 6.83


1009




4.09


7.09


9.49


7.40


12.11


s B.53


5 5.53


8 2.53


s 11.53


8 S 37 8 6.31


s 12.26


s 7.22 Is


B 03


8 12.50


44.16


tCorozal


8 6.38


s 10 5'


. | \i


s5.3S ! s6.52


s 10.07


si 07


8 4.1 '7


8 7.07


8 Q.47


8 7.38


s 1209


f 8.55


f 5 55


f 2 55


f 11 55


f 8 '9 f 6.33


f 12. 2S


F 7.24 f


S.05


F 12 52


'


Camo Diablo


s 6.35


f | ,1 8,


f 1 35


F5.35 f 6.49


F 10.04


f 1.04


f 4.04


F 7.04


F 9.44




F 12.05


9.00


6.00


3 00


12.00


8.45


6.40


12.35


7.30


8.15


1 00


47.07


tPanama


6 30


10.45


1.30


5.30 6.45


10.00




4.00


7.00


9.40


7.30


1201


P. M.


P. M.


P. M.


p. H.


A. M.


P. M.


P. M.


K. M.


P. M.


A. M .


'Arr.. Leave


A.M.


A. M.


p. II.


P. M. 1 A. M.


A. M.


P.M.


P. II.


P. M.


P. II.


P. 51


A. M.


39


37


85 83


81


7


e


3




71


73




tTel. station.


3


4


6


8 3<>


33


84


36


88


30


73


74
















fPl'a-sta.sstnnl















GATUN SHUTTLE TRAIN.



DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.


STATIONS.


DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.


37


35


*33


31


33


34


36


38


P M. P. M.

5.30 4.00


P. M.

12.20
s 12.25
s 1 2.30


A. M.

10.00
S10 05
s in.10

s 10.15

10.18


Leave. Arrive.


A. II.

11.75
s 11.20
s 11.15
s 11.10

11.07


P. M.

3.20
s 3.15
s 3.10
s 3.05

3.02


P. M.

5.20
s 5.15
s 5.10
s 5.05

5.02


P. M.

6.50






s 6.45


s 5.40 s 4.10




s 'V40


s 5.45 s 4.15 s 12.35




S 6.35


5.48


4.18


12.38




6.32



*No. 35 will take siding at Gatun.



240



THE CANAL RECORD



Vol. IV., YVo. 30.



COMMISSION CLUBHOUSES.



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

CULEBRA.

The 200, or over, bigpin bowling scores for the week
ending March 19 are as follows: Mengel, 220; Huttle-
maier, 244, 211.

The 100, or over, duckpin scores for the week ending
March 19 are as follows: F redericks.lll; Huttlemaier,
106, 105; Hill, 103.

There will be an informal social on Friday evening,
March 24. The program will be musical and literary
in character.

On Sunday night, March 26, the Empire Musical
Society will present "Gual's Holy City" under the
direction of A. B. Dickson in the auditorium of the
clubhouse. The Christian League of Culebra will
unite with the association in this service. The sacred
concert will begin at 8 o'clock and everyone in the com-
munity is invited to attend. Admission will be free
and no collection will be taken.

The topic to be discussed at the session of the Dis-
cussion Club on Monday evening, March 27, will be
"Sex and religion." the relation of the physical and
spiritual natures; leader, H. N. Sollenberger.

EMPIRE.

There will be a billiard and pool tournament between
Empire and Gatun on Saturday night. March 25.

The boy scouts will combine with the Gorgona boy
scouts for an outing on Saturday afternoon. March 25.

The indoor baseball team will play the Gorgona team
at Gorgona on Saturday night, March 25.

The Cristobal vaudeville company will give an enter-
tainment in the clubhouse on Monday night, March 27.

GORGONA.

The Gorgona Dramatic Club, playing the comedy
"Esmeralda" has just finished the last of eight en-
gagements. It has appeared at all the clubhouses
and at the National Theatre, Panama, entertaining
about 2,500 people. C. W. Fahr is manager and E. L.
Emery stage director. L. P. Robitoy, W. H. Robert-
son, and D. J. Kenny have assisted the management in
handling the property. W. Humphrey is electrician.
The club will present another play in the near future.

The Caveny entertainment company will give a
return engagement on Tuesday evening. March 28,
with a complete change of program.

GATUN.

The Gatun carnival was held at the clubhouse on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last week. Wednes-
day night was called "Gatun" night when 500 people
from Gatun were present; Thursday night a special train
brought 200 people from Cristobal, and another special
train on Friday night brought 450 people from other
towns on the Isthmus. There were illuminated street
parades on all three nights. The entire second floor of
the clubhouse was turned over for the use of the carnival.
Among the attractions were the following: Punch and
Judy show, nigger baby shooting gallery, infernal
regions, trip around the world, menagerie of wonderful
animals, milky way telescope, freak hall, moving pic-
tures, wrestling match, fortune telling booth, country
dance, candy booth, pennant and banner booth, vau-
deville, fourth degree of Kangaroos. K. of P. picture
gallery, ice cream, etc. Seven hundred and seventy-
five dollars were taken in, about 50 per cent of which
will be net proceeds.

On March 26. Mr. Chenneville will give a five-minute
talk on the "Theatre," and Mr. Barte will speak on
the "City."

The Caveny entertainment company will give a
return engagement on Monday. March 27.

The Cristobal vaudeville company will appear at
Gatun on April 3.

The Yost entertainment company will appear at the
clubhouse on April 10 and 24.

CRISTOBAL.

Cristobal won two out of three bowling games from
Gatun on Saturday night with the following scores:



Cristobal.

Weston 81

Jacques 72

Rosteck 97

Howard 85

Claherty 99



Gatun.

Adams 75 77 75

Smith 74 88

Dalton 87 90 102

Blackburn 78 77

Barte 99 92 86

Beck 81

Wolf 79



Total 434 429 417 Total. . . 421 411 428

The Cristobal vaudeville company has elected the
following officers: President. W. G. Manley; treasuer,
Irvin Delong, and manager, F. G. Pack. The following
engagements have been made for the company: Tues-
day, March 21. Gorgona; Monday, March 27, Empire;
Monday, April 3, Gatun; and Friday, April 7, National
Theatre, Panama.

PORTO BELLO.

The chess club meets- every Thursday ~ evening."
Several new members have been added.



The Gorgona Dramatic Club playted "Esmeralda"
on Saturday night to a well-pleased audience.

A 20-foot diving tower has been erected near the
spring board at the swimming hole.



MOVEMENT OF OCEAN VESSELS.



February Rainfall lor Three Years.



Station.



Pacific Section-

Ancon

Balboa

Miraflores. . .

Pedro Miguel

Rio Grande..
Central Scction-

Culeljra

Camacho

Empire

Gamboa. . . .

Alhajuela. . .

El Vigia. . . .

Gorgona ....

San Pablo. . .

Tabernilla. . .

Bohio

Trinidad. . . .

Monte Lirio.
AllanticSeclion-

Gatun

Brazos Brook

Cristobal

Porto Bello .

NombredeD



1909



Ins.
2.90
1.69
1.81
3.26
2.88

2.46
2.16

1.50
4.07
3.71
4.88



1.76
2.87
3.74
4.27
5.69

4.12
4 13
1.92
6.82
8.64



Ins.
.43
.46

2.02
.50

1.00

.93
1.39

.75
1.S0
2.58
2.41
1.79
2.87
2.19
6.89
5.97
8.93

3.33
3.30
3.58
5.89
4.40



Ins.
2.75
3.22
2.43
1.40
.91

.74

.69

.55

.71

2.29

3.19

1.99

1.12

.99

1.87

2.00

2.41

2.19

2.03
1.81
6.90
3.28



1.



Ins.
.91
.60
2.09
1.29
.72

.57

.85

.58

.84

.83

3.49

.93

1.46

1.60

2.11

3.28

4.60

2.41
2.31
1.46

5.28
5.44



9

7
6
6
9

7

8

10

II

7

9

9

11

14

19

19

20

22
18
18
25
25



Rainfall from March 1 to 18, Inclusive.



Pacific Section —

Ancon

Balboa

*Miraflores. . . .

Pedro Miguel. .

Rio Grande . . .
Central Section —

Culebra

*Camacho. . . .

Empire

Gamboa

*Juan Mina. . .

Alhajuela

*E1 Vigia

*Gorgona

San Pablo

Tabernilla. . . .

Bohio

*Monte Lirio. .
Atlantic Section —

Gatun

*Brazos Brook.

Cristobal

Porto Bello . . .



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1"°
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ns.




.25


15






















.83


"l







.18


2


.10


14


.01


1












.06


I


.14


14


.29


2


.20


6


.61


2


.24


6


.16


2


.39


2



Ins.
.25






.02


.18
.10
.01



II
.13
.17
.36
.64

1.10
.53

.49
*1.71



♦Standard rain gage — readings at 5. p. m. daily.
Automatic rain gage at unstarred stations — values mid-
night to midnight.

tTo 5 p. m., March 17.

J14thand 15th.



Stages of the Chagres.

Maximum heights of the Chagres River for the week
ending midnight, Saurday, March 18, 1911. All
heights are in feet above mean sea level.





Station.






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Date and Date


Vigia.




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a


d
3


a .


















*e


o


m


OJ


Sun. Marchl2. .


125.8


92.3


44.9


12.8


12.8


Mon. March 13.


125.7


92.2


44.9


12.7


12.7


Tues. March 14.


125.8


92.2


44.8


12.6


12.6


Wed. Marchl5.


125.8


92.2


44.8


12.6


12.6


Thurs. March 16


125.7


92.2


44.8


12.6


12.6


Fri. March 17. .


125.7


92.1


44.8


12.5


12.5


Sat. March 18..


125.7


92.2


44.8


12.5


12.5


Height of low














125.0


92.0


45.0







LOST— At Pier No. 11, Cristobal, on Wednesday,
March l.six 4 by 5 auto-graflex plate holders, wrapped
in brown paper, with the name "Pring" on the outside.
Return to either the Cristobal or Gorgona Y. M. C. A.



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
change:

NEW YORK TO 3RISTOBAL.

Allianca , P. R. R. . .Friday Mar. 24

Colon P, R. R. ..Friday Mar. 31

Advance P. R. R. . .Thursday ...April 6

Panama P. R. R. . .Wednesday .April 12

Cristobal P. R. R. . .Tuesday... .April 18

Ancon P. R. R . . .Monday April 24

Allianca P. R. R. . .Saturday. . .April 29

Colon P. R. R. . .Saturday.. .May 6

Advance P. R. R. . .Friday May 12

Panama P. R. R . . . Thursday . . . May 18

Allianca P. R. R . . . Wednesday . May 24





P. R. R. .


.Wednesday


.May 31


Advance


P. R. R..


.Tuesday. ..


.June 6


Panama


P. R. R.


.Monday. . .


.June 12


Allianca


P. R. R.


.Saturday. .


.June 17


Colon


P. R. R.


.Saturday . .


.June 24


Advance


P. R, R..


. Friday. . . .


.June 30




CRISTOBAL TO NEW


YORK.




Advance


P. R. R..


.Saturday. .


.Mar. 25


Panama


P. R. R..


.Friday. . . .


.Mar. 31


Allianca


P. R. R. .


.Thursday..


.April 6


Colon


P. R. R..


.Wednesday .April 12


Advance


P. R. R..


.Tuesday. . .


.April IS




P. R. R. .


.Tuesday. . .


.April 25


Cristobal ....


P. R. R. .


.Tuesday...


.May 2


Ancon


P. R. R..


. Monday. . .


.May 8


Allianca


P. R. R.


Friday. . . .


.May 12


Colon


P. R. R. .


.Thursday. .


May 18


Advance


P. R. R..


.Wednesday


.May 24


Panama


P. R. R. .


.Wednesday


.May 31


Allianca


. . .P. R. R.


.Tuesday. .


.June 6




P. R. R. .


.Tuesday. . .


.June 13


Advance


P. R. R. .


.Sunday. . .


.June 18


Panama


P. R. R. .


.Saturday. .


.June 24


Allianca


P. R. R. .




.June 30


Colon


P. R. R. .


.Thursday..


.July 6


Advance


P. R. R.


. Wednesday .July 12




NEW YORK TO COLON.




Trent


R. M


.Saturday. .


.Mar. 18


Metapan. . . .


U. F. C . .


.Thursday..


.Mar. 23


Prinz Joachim


H.-A....


.Saturday. ,


.Mar. 25




R. M


.Saturday. .


.April 1




R. M


.Saturday. .


.April 15



Turrialba. .
Parismina. .
Abangarez. .

Atenas

Cartago
Turrialba. .
Parismina. .



COLON TO NEW YORK.

Almirante U. F. C. . .Thursday. ..Mar. 23

Prinz Aug. Wilhelm. ..H.-A Tuesday Mar. 28

Santa Marta U. F. C . . .Thursday ...Mar. 30

Magdalena R. M Tuesday. . . .April 4

NEW ORLEANS TO COLON.

U. F. C. . .Saturday. . .Mar. 18