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segregated by direction of transit and nationality of vessels, are
shown in the following tabulation, together with comparative totals
for the 2 preceding months and for the corresponding month in 1924:



Nationality.


No.
of

transits.


Panama
Canal net
tonnage.


Tolls.


Tons

of

cargo.


Atlantic to Pacific.


7
1
1
1
31


31,557

4,248

3,344

6,489

196,161


$24,630.48
3,058.56
2,407.68
4,672.08

141,736.80


9,464


Dutch


















Totals, February, 1925


41


241,799


176,505.60


9,464






47


279,487


205,250.72


16,845




Totals, December, 1924


33


181,818


142,139.36


40 184






Totals, February, 1924


56


343,180


256,114.73


27,261




Pacific to Atlantic.
British


9
30


47,812,
183,580


49,823.96
186,250.55


80,172
352,001






Totals, February, 1925


39


231,392


236,074.51


432,173






31


188,124


200,860.85


347 601






Totals, December, 1924


4G
64


275,724


282,352.89








Totals, February, 1924


390,335


396,733.64 J


713,203





Of the total tanker traffic shown above the following is a summary
of the vessels giving Los Angeles as their port of origin or destination,
with the totals for the two preceding months, and for February, 1924:



February, 1925..
January, 1925.. .
December, 1924.
February, 1924. .



To Los Angeles.



February, 1925..
January, 1925.. .
December, 1924.
February, 1924..



From Los Angeles.



No.



Panama
Canal net

tonnage.



201,080
193,222
140,390
302,035



162,553
150,054
222,959
362,904



Tolls.



8168,787.92
139,508.10
101,236.98
220,615.57



163,528.75
160,870.85
228,218.54
371,423.51



Tons

of
cargo.



8,128



308,603
280,136
416,159
678,854



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Large Cargo of Coal for Coaling Plants.

The steamship Chilore arrived at Cristobal the morning of Febru-
ary 23,1925, laden with 19,792 tons of coal from Norfolk, Va., for the
Canal coaling plant. This is the first cargo of coal brought to the
Isthmus by vessels other than Panama Canal colliers or the Panama
Railroad Steamship Line fleet since February, 1921, during which
month 19,913 tons were received from 2 outside vessels.

The 19,792 tons of coal carried by the Chilore is the largest single
cargo of coal ever received on the Isthmus and believed to be the
largest cargo of coal ever carried by any one vessel. It is the largest
cargo ever loaded at Hampton Roads, the next highest cargo figure
on record there being about 6,000 tons less than the Chilore cargo,
and it took approximately ten hours to load. This cargo was
discharged at the Cristobal Plant in 45 hours and 15 minutes, under
conditions of a scarcity of trimmers due to the celebration of a holiday
and the prelenten carnival.

The Chilore is one of a considerable fleet of vessels operated by the
OreS. S. Corporation engaged in carrying iron ore from Chile to Balti-
more, Md. The southbound voyages of the vessels have been made
in ballast and it was believed they could be utilized profitably in carry-
ing coal to the Isthmus. The Chilore brought the first shipment as an
experiment; it has not been decided whether the use of the Ore S. S.
Corporation's vessels for coal delivery will be continued.

Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Cristobal for Week Ending March 7, 1925.



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Ships' Chandlery Supplies.

Panama Canal storehouses stock a complete line of ships' chandlery supplies
available for sale to shipping at cost prices plus 25 per cent surcharge, which sur-
charge includes freight, handling, and other costs.



432



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



Commercial Traffic Through the Panama Canal in February, 1925, by

Trade Routes.

ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC.





No. of
vessels.




TONN.


-GE.




Tolls.




Route and registry.


United

States

equivalent.


Panama

Canal

net.


Registered
gross.


Registered
net.


Tons
of cargo.


United States intercoastal:


66

8
1
2
4

i

10


284,862

26,376
3,512
9,348

13,536
7,990

35.787


359,974

31,453

4.7(1.")

9,506

17,053

13 , 028

43,245


455,672

43,551
7,310
12,570
21,783
17,258
59,395


286,601

25,698
3,976
9,060

13,581
7,990

35,562


$300,891.80

25,252.27
4,390.00
7,011.00

13,117.71
9,987.50

35,168.28


195,777


United States to west coast of
South America:
British


6 , 195.




2,073








1,148








13,987






Totals


26


96,549


118,990


161.867


95,867


94,926.76


23,403






Europe to west coast of South
America:


6
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
1


24,035
7,968

6,852
13.334
5,802
4,357
502
4,120
3,338


30,985
11,060
8,4G3
18,963
7,373
4,389
579
5,518
5,014


39,736
12,704
11,116

21,974
10,052

5,804
858

7,578
"5,391


23,855
7,682

7.0-'!)

13,261
5,718
4,259
489
4,402
4,048


29,964.53
9,960.00
8,565.00

16,667.50
7,252.50
5,266.80
627.50
5,150.00
3,610.08


17,524


Dutch


11,824,




1,808
14.370
3,069'
6,663




966




214










Totals


20


70,308


92,344


115,273


70,734


87,063.91


56,438






East coast of United States to
Far East:
British


4

7
1
4


18,529

2S.S17

2,432

17,971


24,584

33,510

4,354

22,500


29,396

42,229

4.003

27,053


18,715

28,544

2,483

17,855


23,161.25

34,926.98
3,040.00
22,463.75


25,451




37,644




6,200




26,054






Totals


16

10
2
1

1
1


67,749


84,948


102,681


67,597


83,591.98


95,349'






Europe to west coast ol Can-
ada:


22,573
10,639
4,219
2,624

2,279


30,261
13,617
4,932
4,027
3,994


40,162
17,054
6,669
4,454
3,774


23,623

10.613
4,224
2,618
2,875


26,502.53
13,298.75
5,273.75
3.280.00
2.848.75


9,992


Dutch


9,132




993


German

Swedish


4,026
5,441


Totals


15


42,334


56,831


72,113


43,953


51,203.78


29,584






Europe to west coast of United
States:


5
1
1
2
1


16,808
3,463
2,877

10,094
2,839


23,359
4,248
3,344

12,126
4,161


27,526
5,789

4,512
16,4-16
4,711


16,738
3,378
2,637

10,015
2,814


17,752.33
3.058.56
2,407.68

10,308 33
3,548.75


8.068 -


Dutch










9.853'




3,219






Totals


10


36,081


47,238


58,984


35,582


37,075.65


21,140






East coast of United States to
Australasia:


8
1


33,230
3,604


41,841
4,480


50,704
5,816


32,070
3,604


41,463.80
4,505.00


45,198




5,696






Totals


9


36,834


46,321


56,520


35,674


45,968.80


51,894






Europe to Australasia:


6

1


33,994
239


46,117
250


54,466
409


34,343

192


42,492.50
298.75


28,891




16






Totals


7


34,233


46,367


54,875


34,535


42,791.25


28,907






Cristobal to west coast of
United States:
British


2

1
1


6,775
1,384

5,623


8,728

2,606
7,604


10,864
3.644
9,004


6,657
2,594
5,616


6,284.16
1,730.00
5,474.88






1 , 679










ToUla


4


13,782


18,938


23,512


14,867


13,489.01


1,67 8



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



433



ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC— Continued.





No. of

vessels.


TONNAGE.


Tolls.




Route and registry.


United

States

equivalent.


Panama

Canal

net.


Registered
gross.


Registered
net.


Tons
of cargo.


South American intercoastal:


1
3


583
3,708


60S
7,750


1,036
12,325


582
6,031


$728.75
4,635.00


759




1 626






Totals


4


4,291


8,448


13,361


6,613


5,363.75


2,385




Cristobal to west coast of Cen-
tral America:
British


3
1


1,900

583


2,063

698


3,436
1,036


1,906
582


2,353.90

728.75


1 944










Totals


4


2,483


2,761


4,472


2,488


3,082.65


2 470






East coast of United States to
west coast of Canada :


3

1
1

1

3


11,751

1,957
2,957
1,259


16,114

2,503
3,428
1,437


18,710

3,175
4,750
1,849


11,575

1,973
2,969
1,118


14,688.75

2,446.25
3,696.25
1,573.75


17,473


Europe to west coast of Central
America:




1,486
2,309






Totals


6,173


7,368


9,774


6,060


7,716.25


7,795




Cristobal to west coast of
South America:


1
1
1


67

613

8,394


77

665

9,348


153

1,120

13,154


68

632

8,394


83.75

478.80

.6,730.56


17


Norwegian




United States








Totals


3


9,074


10,090


14,427


9,094


7,293.11


17


East coast of United States to
Hawaii:


2
2


8,207
6,767


10,279
8,495


13,270
10,809

'4,175

5.857


8,202
6,575


8,760.64

8,458.75

2,087.50
3,267.75


7,120
4,460


East coast of Canada to Aus-
tralasia:


West Indies to west coast of
South America:
British




4,357


4,400


4,259








Totals




4,357


4,400


10, (K2


4,259


5,355.25








West Indies to west coast of
Canada:




2,018
39

3,522

3,462
3,598

3,306

1,399

4,248
5,986

4,355


2,612
45

4,914

4,454
4,635

4,068

1,827

4,723
6,930

5,042


3,545
50

5,652

5,719
5,723

5,492

2,355

7,335
, 11,081

7,259


2,174
50

3,522

3,472
3,600

3,381

1,411

4,259
5,970

4,414


2,522.50
32.40

4,402.50

4,327.50
4,497.50

4,132.50

1,748.75

5,310.00
4,989.60

3,630.24


4,654


Cristobal to Balboa:

Panaman


East coast of South America
to west coast Canada:


2,820

7,938
6,000

5,027

1,793
9,464


East coast of United States to
Far East:


West Indies to Far East:


East coast of Canada to Far
_ East:


East coast of Mexico to west
coast of Central
America:


East coast of Mexico to west
coast South America:


Cristobal to Gatun Lake:


Foreign vessels in ballast, U. S.
intercoastal:








Totals, Feb., 1925...


206


767,768


980,156


1,250,563


772,529


853,315.61


583,587


Totals, Feb., 1924...


219


873,586


1,099,914


1,392,547


874,930


963,469.60


679,815


Totals, Feb., 1923...


175


5680,45


840,376


1,070,870


680,637


733,122.37


563,439



1 Displacement tonnage.



m



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.





No. of
vessels.


TONNAGE.


Tolls.




Route and registry.


United

States

equivalent.


Panama
Canal

net.


Registered
gross.


Registered
net.


Tons
of cargo.


United States intercoastal:
United States

from west coast of South
America to east coast
of United States:


57

6
1
4
5
1
1
14


254,752

22,998
3,479

19,859

14,103
4,014
2,060

50,643


326,629



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