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7,210.00
5,012.50
4,510.00
3,636.25
420.00


117,695


From West Coast of South America
to Cristobal:
British


7,847




4,235




478




5,315




492






Totals


17

9
2

1
1
1
1
1


16,623

40,233
7,238
3,151
3,123
2.393
2.224
2,160


28,673

49.816
8.316
4,043
4,013
2.3S1
3.807
2,581


38,159

64,275
11,501
5.072
4,952
3.079
3,623
3,459


21,184

39,424
7,370
3,094
3,973
1.905
2.229
2,160


20,788.75

50,123.15
9,047.50
3,938.75
3,903.75
2.857.20
2.780.00
2,700.00


18,367


From West Ccast of South America
to Europe:


53,277
12,958




7,000




5,700




4,350




5,316




4,010






Totals


16

11
4


60,522

48,476
14.3S5


74,957

56,264
18,689


96,021

70,568
22,457


60,155

46,893
13,819


75,350.35

58,615. .54
17,031.25


92,611


From West Coast of United States
to Europe:


C9.689




23,266


Totals


15

10
6

3
2
1


62,861
34,238
37,143

13,626

8,885
4.325


74,953
43,332
43,260

17.356
10.160
4,963


93,025
52.567
53,520

21.347
14,000
6.533


60.712
33,770
35.790

13.362
8.S60
4,178


76,596.79
41,373.15
46,150.10

12,406.32
7,313.20
3.5/3.36


97,955


United States coastwise:


35.213


From A uttra'.asia to Europ":

B.i.i h


32,308


From West Coast of South America
to Mexico:
















6


26,836


32,479


41.SS9


26.400


23,384.88





THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



307



PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC-Continusd.



Route and registry.



From West Coast of United States
to Mexico:

United States

British " ]

Danish



Totals

From West Coast of Central Amer-
ica to Cristobal:

British

Costa Rica



Totals

From West Cuait of South America

to A .ore Islands.'

Japanese

Dutch .....'.',

Spanish



Totals

From A vs'ralasia to East Coast of
U nittd States:

British

FromFarEast toEast Coast of United
►" States:

Japanese

From Balboa to East Coast of Mexico:

United States

From West Coast of Canada to
Europ •:

United States

From West Coa<:t of South America
to Wttt Indies:

German

From Far East to Cuba:

Chinese

From West Caa4 of United States to
Cristobal:

United States

From Balbcatj East Coast of United
Stales:

United States

From West Coast of United States to
Cuba:
United States



No. of

vessels.



Oand totals.



From East Coast of United Slates to
West Coast of South America:

United States

British; ] ,

Norwegian

Spanish . ....

Japanese

Danish [\[[

Chilean '

Totals

From East Coast of United Slates to
Far East:

United States

Japanese

British '

Totals

From Cristobal to West Coast of South

America:

British

Peruvian

Chilean |

United States

Totals

United States coastwise:

United States



United

States
equivalent.



Panama ! .
Canal j Registered
net. g r °ss.



Registered
net.



12,935
4,107
2,472



19,514



2,886
144



16,091
4,689
2,400



20,616
6,496

2,858



12,752
4,047
1,692



Tolls.



Cargo.



$11,585.52
3,376.08
2,952 00



Long Ions.



23,240 29,970



3,111
152



5,003
158



18,491



2,935
93



3,030



3,859
2,746
1,858



17,913.60



3,597.20
180 00



3,263



4,440
4.393
2,121



5,161



6,079
4,368
3,071



3,028



3,850
2,726
1,845



8,463

13,418

8,586
8,126

3,450



10,954

14,915

9,413
8,799

5,448



2,963


4,490


1,678


1,733


1,654


2,163


1,514


1,574


1,400


1,504



13,518

19,397

12,542
12,042

5,687

4,637
2,631

2,643

2.733

1.994



383.203 ' 472,986 600,262



8,421

13.42S

8,542
7,247

3,450

2,893
1,673

1,654

1,667

1,400



3,777.20



4,823.75
3,432.50
2,322.50



10,578.75

16,770.00

10.531.S5
6,422.34

4,312.50

3,703.75
2,079.60

2,067.50

1,135.50

1,750.00



• For orders.
ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC.



40,155
33,970
9,746
8,495
10,748
4,604
4,417



48,865
41,500
11,926
10,460
12,102
5,271
5,082



40



112,135



24,600
24,362
17,472



135,206



33,562
28,043
23,267



62,664


40,266


55,834


34^14


15,317


9,513


13,305


8,394


15,699


10,372


6,423


3,983


8,224


4,396



849,798.10
42,462.50
12,182.50
10,618.75
13,240.95
5,674.00
5,410.50



177,466



37,988
37,620
26,736



110,938



24,146
23.950
16,852



139,387.30



30,750.00
30,366.25
21,840.00



66,434



6,332

5,493

5,071

336



84,873



10,057

9,844

8,827

350



17,232
38,399



29,07*-
46,773



102,344



12,922

14,532

10,165

615



64,948



7,323

7,783

6,160

372



82,956.25



7,915.00

6,847.3(1

6,338.75

420.00



38.234
58,456



21,638
37,524



21,521.05
47,849.80



4,564



4,564



943
356



1,299



8,024
0,700
4.621



19,345
10,720
11,280



7,407

5,374
800

37



2,213



382,422 I 453,039.91 I 457,088



58,620
43,068
21,140
17,440
19.678
9,029
2,300



171,273



52,053
34,635
34,199



120,887



4.441

4,606

998

111



10,158
53,802



308



TEE PANAMA CANAL RECOKD



ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC— Continued.



Route and registry.


No. of

vessels.


United 1

States |

equivalent.


Panama
Canal

net.


B

grass.


Registered
net.


Tolls.


Cargo.


From Europe to West Coast of South
America:


5
2
1

1
1


21,517
5,268
3,339
2.8S3
1,910


27,482
6,780
4,266
3,649
2,214


i
34,377 i
6.89S

4,589
3,021 !


21,427

4,230
3,486
2,896

2,022


826,896.25
6,585.00

4,173.75
3,603.75
1,594.08


Long tons.
15,960


Dutch !


6,200




720




6,075










Totals


10

4
1
1
1
1


34,917

14,982
4,820
4,244
3,053
3,013


44,391

16,872
6,026
5,318
3,886
3,856


54,745

21,647
7,583
6,636
4,894
4,751


34,111

14,423

4,819
4,236
3,054
2,964


42,852.83

13,589.63
6,025.00
5,305.00
3,816.25
3,766.25


28,955


From Europe to West Coast of U ruled
Stales:
British


950




1,410




3,476




6,822


Dutch








Totals


8

4
2
2


30,112

18,920
8,871
6,569


35,958

20,822
10,194
7,779


45,511

26,415
13,948

10,372


29,496

18,156

8,840
6,393


32,502.13

22,988.85

11,088.75
8,211.25


12,658


From Mexico to West Coast of South
America:


31,163




18,800




12,920






Totals


8
6

3

I


34,360
34,798

16,639
8,401
4,122


38,795
43,491

21,410

10,139
5,226


50, 735
49,331

25,853
12,077
6,590


33,389

31,367

16,342

7,471
4,117


42,238.85

43,021.20

20,798.75
10,501.25
5,152.50


65,883


FromEuropeto Australasia:

British


29,226


From East Coast of United States to
A ustralasia:
British


23,996




14,145




9,255








6

3

1


29,162

2.8S6
144


36,775

3,111

152


44,523

5,003
158


29,730

2,935
93


36,452.50

3,586.40
180.00


47,391


From Cristobal to West Coast of
Central America:


2,297




18






Totals


4

2
1


3,030

8,106
4,357


3,263

9,306
5,415


5,161

11,907
6,995


3,028

8,086
4,275


3,766.40

9,932.00
5,446.25


2,315


From East Coast of United States to
Philippines:


15,358




7,156






Totals


3

2

2
2

2

1

1

1

1

1
1


12,463
8,126

5,583

2,986

2,013

5,547

4,504

4,083

2,682

(')
638


14,721
8,799

6,643

3,756

2,231

5,476

4,899

5,196

3,902

C)
706


18,902
12,042

8,560

4,796

3,132

6,835

5,972

6,502

4,185

(■)
1,170


12,361
7,247

5,319

2,963

1,947

5,255

4,502

4,044

2,675

(')
654


15.37S.25
10 tfi"2. 40

6,978.75

3,732.50

2,489.75

6,571.20

5,630.00

5,103.75

3,552.50

2,164.50
797.50


22,414


From East Coast of Mexico to Balboa:


15,000


From East Coast of United Slates to
Balboa:


0,372


From Cristobal to West Coast of
United States:


2,864


From East Coast of United States to
West Coast of Central
America:
United States **■ • •

From East Coast of Mexico to West
Coast of United States:


4,014
8,000


From Europ* to West Coast of Can-
ada:


1,582


From East Com' of United States io
West Coast of Canada:
British


5,329


From East Coast of Canada to Aus-
tralasia:
British


7,583


From East Coast of Central America
to Balboa:
British


(')


Frjm Colombian coastwise ports:
British


747






Grand totals


145


449,204


1 554,932


! 698,602


1 441,336


I 554,809.41


1 619,451



'British cruiser of 5,329 tons displacement.



Cable Address of The Panama Canal.
The cable address of The Panama Canal, on the Isthmus, is "Pancana!, Panama;" in the
United States, "Pancanal, Washington."



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



309



Passage of the First of the New Shipping Board Passenger Vessels, in
Pacific Mail Service.

The steamship Creole State, the first of the United States Shipping
Board's new passenger vessels of the "State" class to come to the
Canal, arrived at Cristobal on January 2, en route from Baltimore to
San Francisco, via Los Angeles, in the service of the Pacific Mail
Steamship Company. She cleared from Balboa at noon on January 4,
having taken on additional passengers and cargo at the Canal ports.

The Creole State and the Wolverine State, which will come out in
several months, are to be employed in the Indian Service of the Pacific
Mail, running from San Francisco to Honolulu, Manila, Straits Settle-
ments, and British India, and return, replacing the Colusa and the
Santa Cruz, which will then probably be placed in the United States
coastwise passenger service, plying between Baltimore and San
Francisco.

The Creole State is of approximately 6,000 net and 11,000 gross tons
and 502 feet long, a smaller ship than the "535's," of which the Pacific
Mail is to have 5 for its trans- Pacific service. The general arrangement
and finish are, however, very much the same. The passenger and
saloon spaces are finished in ivory walls, with woodwork stained in
mahogany finish, and throughout the finish is handsome without being
ornate. The vessel has accommodations for 95 first-class passengers.
The cargo capacity is about 13,000 tons of 40 cubic feet, including 1,200
tons of refrigerated space; in addition to which, on return voyages,
about 1 ,000 tons of coconut oil can be carried in the fuel tanks.

The rated speed of the ship is 14| knots, and her schedule in the
Indian service provides for making Manila in 22 days from San Fran-
cisco, Singapore in 28 days, and Calcutta in 39 days. The return voyage
from Calcutta to San Francisco, over a shorter course, is to be made in
34 days.

While at Cristobal the Creole State was equipped with a collapsible
canvas swimming tank, 10 by 15 and 7 feet, which had been made at
Cristobal shops on cable order.



Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Balboa for Two Weeks Ending January 8, 1921.





Line or charterer.


Arrived.


Departed.


Cargo-


Name of vessel.


Discharged


Laded.




Peter Olsen & Co


December 25. .
December 26. .
December 28. .
December 29. .


December 26. .


Tom.
32


Tom.






32


Balboa








38






December 29..


286

7,543

2


















Deceml>er 30. .
December 30. .




68




Pacific Steam Navigation Co

Union Oil Co






1








1




January 8.


9,900

692

7,150

6

14

1










West Boro








Societa Nazionale di Navigazion .. .
Pacific Steam Navigation Co








Manavi





' Omitted from last report.



310



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312 THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD

Commercial Radio Communication.

Navy Department, United States Naval Communication Service,
Office of District Communication Superintendent,
Fifteenth Naval District,
Balboa, C. Z., January 8, 1921.
Circular 1 PB-21.

The Naval Communication Service through an arrangement with the Auditor of
The Panama Canal, is now prepared to receive at Colon radio station at any hour of
the day or night, commercial messages destined to ships in the Pacific Ocean and at
Balboa radio station, commercial messages to ships in the Atlantic Ocean. These
messages will carry the regular land wire charge of 2 cents per word for the first 10
words and 1 cent a word, thereafter, in addition to the radio station and the ship
charges, with a minimum charge of 20 cents.

Balboa radio station is now handling the Central American traffic with Bocas
and Limon radio stations, which was previously taken care of by Colon radio station.
For the present no additional land wire charge will be made for messages filed in Colon
and delivery of messages destined for Colon and Cristobal will be effected by the Colon
radio station.

D. F. Patterson,

Lieutenant -Commander, U. S. N.,
District Communication Superintendent.

Fifteenth Naval District.



Ships at Canal Repair Shops.

The following vessels were at the Balboa shops for repairs during
the two weeks ended January 8:

Launch Captain WUhelm, hull repairs and installation of new engine, steamship
Marne, general repairs and rebuilding, dredge No. 84, general repairs; tug Bohio,
general repairs and rebuilding; launches Limon, general repairs and overhauling;
Santa Rita, rebuilding; barges Nos. 134 and 135, general repairs; submarine R-24,
periodical overhaul; schooner Astoria, small miscellaneous repairs to engine and
crankshaft; mine yawl No. 101, hull repairs and overhauling of engine; II. S. S.
Frederick, overhauling of refrigerating machine; steamships Ardmore, heavy engineer's
department repairs; Eastern Mariner, miscellaneous repairs, engineer's department;
tugGencsee. miscellaneous minor repairs; steamship Mina Brea, miscellaneous heavy
repairs: motor schooner Laura C. Hall, light repairs to exhaust manifold; steamships
Eastern Temple, repairs to suction line holds and bilge boards; Lake Filbert, manu-
facture piston rings; U. S. S. Neches, miscellaneous boiler repairs; tug Mariner,
docking, staging, cleaning, and painting, and miscellaneous repairs; launch Captain
WUhelm, hull repairs and installation of new engine; U. S. S. Tac&ma, miscellan-
eous repairs; steamship Bahia Castillo, repairs to main engine and starboard tail
shaft; submarine S-7, periodical overhaul; subchaser No. 284, docking and mis-
cellaneous repairs; yacht Genesee, fastening plates for hatch; steamships Caddo, re-
pairs to oil heaters; Quabbin, welding anchor windlass clutch bracket.

The following vessels were at the Cristobal shops for repairs during
the two weeks ended January 10:

Steamships General G. W.Goethals, General 0. H.Ernst, Allianca, Cristobal, Panama,
Ulysses, and barge Mamei, miscellaneous repairs and painting to engine, deck, and
steward departments; steamships Bahia Castillo, overhaul circulating pump; adjust
H. P. and L. P. crank brasses, etc.; Gold Star, general overhaul and alterations;
U. S. S. Favorite, repair steering gear; dredge No. 86, repair cutter engine, main
engine, pumps, spud well, etc.; tugs Ajax, test crank, thrust, and tail shafts, repair
boiler, capstan, p ; ping, etc; tug St. Enedor, repair stanchions and beading; install
lines on main engine, etc.; steamships Ulua, Point Bonita, Metapan, Creole State,
Caribbean, Hnasco, schooner Jessie Nell, tug Porto Bello, minor repairs; steamships
Achilles and barge Darien, miscellaneous repairs and painting to engine, deck, and
6teward departments; steamship Salvador, repair reversing engine, boilers, hatches,
hatches, etc.; tug supply No. 1, repair sanitary pump; launch Activo, overhaul
engine; steamships Reaper, repair dynamo, winch, condenser, etc.; Sussex, furnish
labor and material in connection with salvage; Crijnssen, turn up commutator, repair
piping, tank, etc.; U. S. A. T. Buford, weld furnace, make coupling bolts, shuttle
valves, fire tools, etc. ; steamship Ecremont Castle, repair blower engine and copper



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



313



pipe; steamship Toloa, U. S. S. Favorite, steamship Ouilpiie, launch Hibiscus, steam-
ship Parismina, wrecking barge No. 91, launch No. 11, steamship City of Victoria,
U. S. A. junior mine planter, First Lieut. H. G. Douglas, steamships Ebro, and San
Jose, minor repairs.



Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Cristobal for Two Weeks Ending January 8, 1921.



Name of vessel.


Line or charterer.


Arrived.


Departed.


Cargo-


Discharged


Laded.




United Fruit Co


December 26. .


December 26. .


Terns.
29


Ton*.
1


Laura C. Hall




13




Panama Railroad Cattle Inudstry.








1










230












587












46












1,072


Chile


Pacific Steam Navigation Co

Pacific Steflm Navigation Co






602

30
22














December 27. .


Decemlwr 28. .


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1,288


Uhia




December 28. .
December 28..


December 29. .
December 29. .


749
191
2,571
379
419
1
150


28


Point Bonita

Gen G W Goethak


Pacific Mail Steamship Co

Panama Railroad Steamship Line. .
United Fruit Co


( ! )


Heredia


December 28. .
December 28. .
December 29. .
December 29. .


December 29. .
December 30. .
December 29..
December 30. .
December 30. .


115

272




Ui.ited Fruit Co


11


Caldas




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1,425








Dc irnber 30..


204


Ulv


Five-Continent Steamship Co
Panama Railroad Steamship Line..
Panama Railroad Cattle Industry..
Panama Railroad Steamship Line. .
Panama Railroad Steamship Line. .
Panama Railroad Steamship Line. .
Panama Railroad Steamship Line. .
Pacific Steam Navigation Co


December 29. .
December 30. .


December 30. .


355

16

210

3,201

12,008*

7,525

9,387^

99

43

39


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Pacifo








TJlua








1






680












i




Pacific St-cam Navigation Co

Pacific Mail Steamship Co


January 3. . . .


January 4


281

682


(')


Point Judith



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