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686,707


629,793.65


638,810






Totals, fiscal year, 1927


172


882,264


824,654.00


828,919






Totals, fiscal year, 1926


167


822,625


777,503.64


760,493






Totals, fiscal year, 1925


138


701,295


686,662.30


691,814






Miscellaneous:

British


422
53
100
318
148


1,718,981
127,461
237,960

1,102,689
472,159


1,559,936.19
110,108.64
202,262.57

1,082,312.42
421,847.62


1,507,375




83,753




247,. 594




922,855


All other


440,611






Totals, fiscal year, 1929


1,041


3,659,250


3,376,467.44


3,202,188






Totals, fiscal year, 1928


1,105


3.877,893


3,639,013.39


3,352,475






Totals, fiscal year, 1927


936


3,216,608


3,339,284.96


3,886,924






Totals, fiscal year, 1926


846


3,130,699


2,847,789.58


2,884,222






Totals, fiscal year, 1925


662


2,508.834


•2,366,121.82


2,468,483








6,413
6,456


29,837,794


27,127,376.91


30,663.006






Grand totals, fiscal year, 1928


29.458,634


26,944,499.77


29,630,709








5,475
5,197


26,227,815


24,228,830.11


27,748,215








24,774,591


22,931.055.98


26,037,448








4,673


22,855,151


21,400,523.51


23,958,836







Tanker Traffic Through the Panama Canal in September, 1929.

During the month of September, 1929, 101 tank ships transited the
Canal with an aggregate net tonnage, Panama Canal measurement,
of 549,747, on which tolls of $477,369.62 were collected. Cargo
amounted to 476,653 tons, including 9,250 tons of creosote, 6,705
tons of coconut oil, and 460,698 tons of mineral oils. In point of net
tonnage, tanker traffic increased 10.9 per cent over the same traffic
for the corresponding month a year ago, while cargo tonnage decreased
about 3 per cent from the cargo tonnage of September, 1928.

Tankers comprised 19.3 per cent of the total commercial transits
through the Canal during the month; made up 23.5 per cent of the
total Panama Canal net tonnage; were the source of 21.7 per cent of
the total tolls collected; and carried 19.6 per cent of the total cargo
in transits through the Canal.



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



147



The number, aggregate net tonnage, tolls, and cargo of tank ships
transiting the Canal during the month of September, 1929, segregated
Ipy direction of transits and nationality of vessels, are shown in the
following tabulation, with comparative totals for the two preceding
months and for September, 1928:





No.

of

ships.


Panama
Canal net
tonnage.


Tolls.


Tons

of
cargo.


Atlantic to Pacific,


1

9
1
2
7
2
30


4,97R

47,653

5,929

8,277

32,301

7,832

175,355


$5,710.00

34,310.16

4,268.88

5,959.44

23,299.92

5,639.04

127,820.44


■9,250


British ■.






Gsrman








S.velish






2 350






Totals, September, 1922


52
50


282,383


207,007.88


11 600






Totals, August, 1929


259,068


194,731.47


34 356






Totals, July, 1929


60
41

1
11

2
1
1
2
31


323,512


237,677.21


19 964






Totals, September, 1928


235,793


171,293.73


9,015


Pacific to Atlantic.


5,410
52,5'J7
11,856
5,355
3,234
10,389
178,523


6,186.25

55,305.90

13,000.00

5,800.00

3,493.75

9,254.19

177,321.65


8 799


British . . . .


96 449




22 500


Frsnch


10 100




6,389




9 670


United States


»31 1,146






Totals, September, 1929


49


267,364


270,361,74


465 053






Totals, August, 1929


59


322,779


329,195.06


566 907






Totals, July, 1929


51


263,465


267,964.88


462,463






Totals, September, 1928


48


259,927


268,061.25


482 630







' Creosote.



' Includes 6,705 tons coconut oil.



The following tabulation shows the tanker traffic through the Canal
during September, 1929, classified according to trade routes:



ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC.



Trade routes.



United States intercoastal

Europe to United Stat ."S

United States to South America

Foreign vessels in b illast — United States intercoastal

Canada to United .Statss

Canada to South America

South America to United States

West Indies to United States

Europe to South America



No.

of

ships.



Panama
Canal net
tonnage.



163,
70,
7,
10,
4,
7,
4,
3,
5.



Tolls.



118,860.01
52,730.32
5,509.44
11,593.48
3,062.16
5,063.76
3,160,08
2,754,75
4,268.88



Tons

of

cargo.



2,350
'9,250



■ Creosote.



PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.



Trade routes.


No.

of

ships.


Panama
Canal net
tonnage.


Tolls.


Tons

of
cargo.


United States intercoastal


30
11

2
2
1
1

1
1


174,239
52,313
7 . 652
13,.V?5
4,345
5,'1?9
5,077
4,284


$173,151.65
56,601.25
8,223.75
14,940,00
3,128,40
6,491,25
3,6^5,44
4,170 00


304,441
95.9f,9


South .\merici to United States


14,048




32,560


South .Americi to Central Americi




South Americj, to Europe


11,300




■6.705







' Coconut oil.



148



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



Of the tanker traffic passing through the Canal in September, 1929,
the following is a summary of the vessels giving Los Angeles as their
port of origin or destination, together with the totals for the two
preceding months and for September, 1928:



No.

of

ships.



Panama
Canal net
tonnage.



Tells.



Tons

of
cargo.



To Los Anjeles.

September, 1929

Augjst, 1929

Jjly, 1939

September, 1928

From Los Angdet

S3ptemb;r, 1929

Au?jst, 1929

Jily, 1929

Septembar, 1928



212,663
185,410
249,097
161,006



3153,455.82
134,633.91
184,098.41
115,924.32



7,400
19,964



206,294
236,932
190,089
187,938



203,251.65
237,282.96
184,293.90
191,746.25



363,120
401,565
347,537
345,357



Panama Railroad Collier "Ulysses" Sold.

The Panama Railroad collier Ulysses which, with the Achilles, a
sister ship, has been moored in Gatun Lake for several years, has been
sold to the American Tankers Corporation of Boston, The vessel
was built in 1915 by the Maryland Steel Company at Sparrow's
Point, Maryland, and was engaged from that tim.e until its retirement
from service in 1925 in the transportation of coal from Norfolk to the
Isthmus for the Panama Railroad Company. The vessel is 536 feet
in length, 65 feet beam, and has a coal-carrying capacity of 12,000
tons. It was built for a speed of 14| knots.

The colliers were laid up after arrangements were made to secure
deliveries of coal by ore carriers engaged in transporting iron ore from
the west coast of South America to the east coast of the United States;
for such vessels the southbound voyage would normally have been in
ballast, hence the situation offered ample tonnage at a relatively
low rate. The satisfactory working of this arrangement has made it
practicable to dispose of one of the colliers. The other, and two
barges, are still available in case of need to protect the supply of
coal to the Canal plants.

A representative of the purchasers of the Ulysses arrived at Cristobal
on October 6 to inspect the vessel. Arrangements were made to tow
the Ulysses to Balboa on October 9 for dry docking, but the dock will
not be available until the 16th.



Sailings of Panama Railroad Steamship Line.

Folowing are proposed dates of sailings for the remainder of 1929, of passenger
vessels in the New York-Cristobal service of the Panama Railroad Steamship Line,
in which the passenger ships Ancon and Cristobal are engaged, sailing alternately.



Steamer.


Leave

New York

4 P.M.


Leave

Port au Prince

P.M.


Arrive

Cristobal

A.M.


Leave
Cristobal
3 P.M.


Leave

Port au Prince
P. M.


.Arrive

New York

A.M.


Ancon

Cristobal

Ancon

Cristobal

Ancon

Cristobal


October 1

October 15. . . .
October 29. . . .
November 12 .
November 26 .
December 10. .
December 24. .


October 6

October 20. . . .
November 3 . .
November 17.
December 1.. .
December 15..
December 29. .


October 9

October 23. . . .
November 6. .
November 20 .
December 4. . .
December 18..
January 1 . . . .


October 13. . . .
October 27. . . .
November 10.
November 24.
December 8. . .
December 23. .
January 5 . . . .


October 16...
October 30. . . .
November 13 .
November 27.
December 11..
December 26. .
January 8


October 21
November 4
November 18
December 2
December 16
December 31
January 13.







Effective April 30, steamers sail on daylight saving time.

Due to discontinuance of the daylight saving time, departures after S. S. Cristobal, Sept. 17th, will be at 4. p. m.
standard time.
Steamers sail at 4 p. m. from pier 65, North River, Foot of West 25th St., New York.



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE PANAMA CANAL.

PUBLISHED WEEKLY.

Subscription rates, domestic, $0.50 per year; foreign, $1.00; address

The Panama Canal Record, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone, or

The Panama Canal, Washington, D. C.

Entered as second-class matter February 6, 1918, at the Post Office

at Cristobal, C. Z., under the Act of March 3, 1879.

Cerlificate. — By order of the Governor of The Panama Canal the matter contained herein is published as statistical

information and is required for the proper transaction of the public business.

Volume XXIII. Balboa Heights, C. Z., October i6, 1929. No. 11.





Canal Traffic During First Fifteen Days of October.

During the first 15 days of October, 277 commercial vessels and 3
small launches transited the Canal. Tolls on the commercial vessels
aggregated $1,234,994.39, and on the launches, S9.75, or a total tolls
collection of $1,235,004.14.

The daily average of transits of commercial vessels was 18.46 and
the average tolls collection $82,332.96, as compared with an average
of 16.93 transits and $74,028.15 in tolls for the first 15 days of the
previous month. The average amount of tolls paid by each of the
commercial transits was $4,458.46, as compared with $4,371.74 for
the first 15 days of September.

In the following tabulation the number of commercial transits and
the amount of tolls collected are shown for the first 9| months of the
current calendar year, with the daily averages of transits and tolls,
together with the totals for the first 9^ months of the calendar years
1928 and 1927:





Totals for month.


Daily


averages.




Transits.


Tolls.


Transits.


ToUs.




603
522
536
540
524
503
527
541
523
277

5,096


$2,502,815.12
2,211,961.20
2,343,865.55
2,281,087.27
2.296,546.57
2,127,805.97
2,259,582.37
2,327,437.86
2,201,789.40
1,234,994.39


19.45
18.64
17.29
18.00
16.90
16.76
17.00
17.45
17.43
18.46


$80,735.97




78,998.62




75,608.57




76,036.24


May


74,082.15




70,926.87


July


72,889.75




75,078.64




73.392.98




82,332.96








21,787,885.70


17.69


75,652.38






Totals, first 9i months of calendar year, 1928


4,930


20,463,186.26


17.06


70,806.87






Totals, first 9j months of calendar year, 1927


4,314


19,040,459.59


14.98


66,112.71







As compared with the first 9| months of the calendar year 1928,
the corresponding period this year has had 166 more transits and
$1,324,699.44 more in tolls.



Density of Water in Balboa and Cristobal Harbors.



Place.


Weight of sea water in ounces per cubic ft.


Rainy season.
Average tempera-
ture. Degrees F.


Average.


Maximum.


Minimum.


Cristobal (between docks 8 and 9)


1018
1011


1020
1021


1013
1005


84.0


Balboa (dock 18)


83.0







(NoTK — The above is based on two months observations at Cristobal, and Balboa. Average taken at 12-foot deptL
Minimum occurred after heavy rain at 3-foot depth at Cristobal and 12-foot depth at Balboa. The weight of a cubic
foot of fresh water at 85° F. is 995 ounces.



150



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