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decreases, as compared to November, 1928.

PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES, PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.

It was possible to classify over 98 per cent of all cargo moving from
the Pacific to the Atlantic during the month of November, 1929.
Commodities which aggregated more than 10,000 tons either during
the past month or the corresponding month a year ago are listed
below, showing differences:



Commodity.



Barley

Beans

Canned goods (fish, fruit, vegetables, etc.)

Cold storage (food products) '

Cotton

Flour

Fruit, dried

Fruit, fresh

Lumber

■ Metals, various

Nitrates

Oils, mineral

Ores, principally iron

Sugar

Wheat



November,
1929.



Long tons.

22,210

10,145

98,019

15,938

10,929

8,298

40,793

14,405

266,994

62,422

211,554

485,583

183,667

35,639

121,984



November,
1928.



Long ions.
22,352
13,437

105,665
22,300
9,610
11,621
45,104
28,094

251,668
60,643

213,033

436,749
95,134
32,847

256,583



Difference.



Long tons.

-142

-3,292

-7,646

-6,362

+1,319

-3,323

-4,311

-13,689

+15,326

+1,779

-1,479

+48,834

+88,533

+2,792

-134,599



' Not including fresh fruit.

The above 15 commodity groups comprise over 92 per cent of the
cargo moving from the Pacific to Atlantic during November, 1929.
Six of the items show increases and 9 decreases. The most important
differences comprise an increase of 48,834 tons of mineral oils; 88,533
tons of ores, which include an increase of 80,797 tons of iron ore from
Chile to the United States; and a decrease of 134,599 tons of wheat.
The amount of wheat from the west coast of the United States to
Europe declined from 53,478 tons in November, 1928, to 2,400 tons in
November, 1929, and that from the west coast of Canada to Europe,
from 199,066 tons to 118,790 tons.

(Continued on next page.)



Notice to Mariners.



No. 647.



The Panama Canal, Executive Department,

Balboa Heights, C. Z., December 6, 1929.



AIDS TO NAVIGATORS.

1. Buoy, Guayaquil River, Ecuador. This office is informed, through the Minister of Foreign Rela-
tions of Ecuador, that the inner buoy at the Mala Bar, Guayaquil River, has been replaced as follows:

Position: Latitude, 2° 48' 55" S., longitude, 79° 53' 15" W.

Characteristics: Flashing white; period, 3 seconds; flash .03 seconds, eclipse 2.7 seconds.

Visibility: 6 miles; painted red.

This buoy was reported missing in Notice to Mariners No. 521, March 16, 1929.

2. Sea Range, Balboa, C. Z. On Saturday, December 8, 1929, the new permanent entrance sea
range lights will be in operation.

Azimuth of range, 141° 44' 36" true.

Position of lights: New range light No. 1, latitude, 8' 57° 34.46" N., longitude, 79° 34' 45.11" W.,
new range light No. 2, latitude, 8° 59' 13.31" N., longitude, 79° 36' 04.40" W.

Visibility, 22.5 nautical miles or 15 nautical miles beyond the Canal entrance buoys No. 1 and No. 2.
Characteristics: Occulting, period: 5 seconds; 4.5 seconds light and 0.5 seconds eclipse.
Compare with Notice to Mariners No. 592, August 24, 1929.



H. Burgess,

Governor.



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Uuited States Intercoastal Traffic by Commodities for November, 1929.

The following table shows the cargo carried through the Canal in the
United States intercoastal trade, segregated by commodities and by
direction, with the total for November, 1929, and. the totals for
November, 1928 and 1927. Cargo statistics are compiled from cargo
declarations submitted by masters of vessels, and in these declarations
small items are frequently grouped under the designation of "General
cargo." These statistics are accordingly not precise, but they are
indicative of the kind and quantity of the cargo in transit through the
Canal. These figures represent tons of 2,240 pounds, and are for the
United States intercoastal trade only :





Atlantic

to
Pacific.


Pacific

to
Atlantic.


Totals.




1,895


310

206


1,895


Alfalfa


310






206




62
162
330

767

311

12


62






162




l';4
60
30


484




827




341


Bark


12




273

6,873

543


273




122

207

50

294


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16

18,430

28,752

6

518


16


Canned:

Fish


208

132

7

98

1,750

1,207

2,368

351


18,638


Fruit .


28,884


Meat . .


13


Milk


016




1,750




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13,314
40
332
54
80
830


10,183




1.5,682




391




332




687
230

2,010
400

4,647
16


741




310




2,840




400


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4,647






16




86
76


86


Coffee. . ..


40
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05
42
40
80
1,107


116


Coke


1,909


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65


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42




63


103


Other


80






1,107




71


71




55
36

256

35

1,892

22

349
86
78

195

38

518

801

40,739

1,857

40

106

27


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40

18,435
72

78

ie

40

11

1,337
266


22




359




86




4,940


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15,430


Fresh


23S




51S




841




59,174




l,92t




lis




106




27


Hair


16




1,407


1,447


jg^y


11






1,337




25

28


291




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Pacific

to
Atlantic.


Totals.




1

70

15

510

45

2,881

71

123,373
4,023

1,649
8,760
3,341
11,554
324
55




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70






15




36
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546




45




181 031


Malt


71


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1,279
1,018


124 652




5,041




1,649


Tinplate




8,760


Textiles


407
2,344


3,748




13,898




324






55


Metals:


30

8,574


30




85
1,254


8,659




1,254




1,904

302

44

2,785


1,904




521


823


Tin


44




115
200


2,900


Other


200




612


612




238

75
124
49

112
10
91
25


238






75




315


439




49


Oils:




112


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10




48,. 541

267,769

13,381


48,632




267,794




13,381




38
2,743
35
171
21


38




1,842
33
25
35
684

500
1,164
1,000
27
1,647
6,041
6,122


4,585


Olive


68




196


Wood


56




684


Ores:




500


Magnesite




1,164






1,000


Other




27




873

6,021

27

59

182


2,520


Paper


12,062




6,149




59




50

28


232


Peas


28




1,074
103
123

1,111
154

1,979

1,166
81


1,074




1,775
605


1,878




728


Rice


1,111




149
63


303




2,042


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1,166






81




46


46


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75
1,420

12
15


75


Sand




1,420


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12




12

464

8

1,178

724


27


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464




1,530


1,538


Silk


1,178






724


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846
505

3,475
280

3,233
57
511
163


846


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505


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3,475


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280






3,233






57






511


Starch




163




2,654


2,654




11,425
198


11,425


LSyrup




198




382
30


382


ITar


11,196


11,226



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Atlantic

to
Pacific.


Pacific

to

Atlantic.


Totals.




2,437
49
65

48
131


65
16


2,502


Toys


65




65


Waste


13

23

38

299

2,269


61


Wax


154*


Wheat ?


38


Wine




299


Wool




2,269








Totals, November, 1929


283,399


679,156


962,555


Totals, November, 1928


234,851


638,489


873,340








169,6(53


605,019


774,682







Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Cristobal, C. Z., from December 1 to December 14, 1929.



Name of vessel.



Gviayaquil ....
Parismina ....

Orinoco

Wanks

.Mvarado

.■Vcajutla

Nictheroy ....

Linda S

Ariguani

Santa Barbara

Hudson

Calamares ....
Coppename. . .

Carmania

Macabi

Pacific Pioneer
Genevieve Lylii
Santa Marta . .

Mayan

Actor

Ancon

Impero

Remscheid .
Schwarzwald ,

Oroya

Essequibo ....

Loriga

Gregalia

Caldas

Suriname

Pearl Marie . . .
Champerico. .
Nosa Chief . .
Charles Pratt . .

La Perla

Coppename . . .
C. A. Canfield .

Granada

Saint Jean

Ethan Allen . .

Call

Heredia

Wanks

Calamares. . . .

Macabi

Borga

Donau

Colombia

Cauca

Lisbeth

Durazzo

Santa Cruz . . . .

Ballena

Lochmonar ...

Ebro

Onondaga

Arizona

Guadeloupe.. . .



Line or charterer.



Panama R. R. S. S. Line ....

United Fruit Co

Hamburg- American Line ....

Stand. Fruit <&.S. S. Co

Pacific Steam Nav. Co

Pacific Steam Nav. Co

Pacific Steam Nav. Co

R. Feuillebois

Elder & Fyffes, Ltd

Grace Line

French Line

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

R. Feuillebois

United Fruit Co

Furnf ss, Withy & Co

Lykes Brothers

United fruit Co

Gulf-Caribbean S. S. Line. . .

T. & J. Harrison

Panama R. R. S. S. Line. . . .

Italo-Chileano Co

North German Lloyd Line. . .
Hamburg- Amcric^in Line ....

Pacific Steam Nav. Co

Pacific Steam Nav. Co

Pacific Steam Nav. Co

Donaldson S. S. Line

National Navigation Co

United Fruit Co

R. Feuillebois

Pacific Steam Nav. Co

N. 0. & S. A. S. S. Line

Standard Shipping Co

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

Pan-American Petroleum Co.
Standard Fruit & S. S. Co. . .

French Line

Tampa Interocean Co

Roland Line

United Fruit Co

Stand. Fruit & S. S. Co

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

Norway-Pacific Liane

North German Lloyd

Panama Mail S. S. Co

National Navigation Co

Lykes Brothers

Hamburg- American Line ....

Grace Line

Pacific Steam Nav. Co

Royal Mail S. P. Co

Pacific Steam Nav. Co

Ford Motor Co

French Line

French Line

' No cargo discharged.



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December 7. .
December 7. .
December 9. .
December 7. .
December 7.
December 7. .
December 9. .
December 9.
December 11.
December 8. .
December 8. .
December 8. .
December 8. .
December 9.
December 12.
December 14.



December 9.
December 9.
December 9. .
December 9. .
December 10.
December 10.
December 11.
No cargo laded.



Cargo —



Discharged Laded.



Tom.



74



132

(■)

1

36

300

740

94

(■)

37

(■)

265

518

476

468

3,948

121

56

206

69

38

37

(■)

248

790

(■)

273

68

14,800

917

51

9,506

152

239

9

971

415

239

77

56

(■)

(■)

413

326

4,000

569

144

63

(■)

40
(■)
338
114



Tons.
151
128
80
U
66
1,170
527
36
(')
{')
(')
20
102
64A
(')

290
{')

296
(')

983

58
649
89
67
73
357
61
37
36



(-•)



416



(0



{')



382
136



(')



361
49
136
146
655
44
127
100
124



118
20
35
34
21i

{■■)

1,00



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



287



Name of vessel.



Line or charterer.



Arrived.



Departed.



Discharged



Laded.



Kinderdijk

Pastores

Venezuela

Manizalea

West Ira

Swiftarrow

Metapan

Santa Cecelia ...

Santa Elisa

William Penn ...

Baralt

Breda

Waunta

Seattle

Erlanger

Venezuela

Abraham Lincoln

Fella

San Jose

Suriname

Antinious

Amapala

Litiopa

Lisbon Maru

Lochgoil

Almagro

Oranian

Corinthic

Venezuela

Wanks

Manaqui

Tcutonia

Cartago

Camden

Tashmoo



Holland-America Line

United Fruit Co

Panama Mail S. S. Co . . . .

North German Lloyd

McCormick S. S. Line . . . .

C. D. Mallory & Co

United Fruit Co

Grace Line

Grace Line

Roosevelt S. S. Co., S. B.. .

Royal Neth. S. S. Co

RoyalNeth.S. S. Co

Stand. Fruit &S.S. Co...
Hamburg- .American Line. .

North German Lloyd

Royal Neth. S. S. Co

Norway-Pacific Line

Nav. Libera-Triestina

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

French Line . .

Stand. Fruit & S. S. Co . . .
Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co

Nippon Yusen Kaisha

Pacific Steam Nav. Co. . .
Pacific Steam Nav. Co ... .

Leyland S. S. Line

White' Star Line

RoyalNether. S. S. Co...
Stand. Fruit &S.S. Co. . .

United Fruit Co

Hamburg- .\merican Line . .

United Fruit Co

United Fruit Co

Nelson S, S. Line



December 9. .
December 9. .
December 10.
December 10.
December 11.
December 11.
December 11.
December 11.
December 11.
December 11.
December 11.
December 11.
December 11.
December 11.
December 11.
December 12.
December 12.
December 12.
December 12.
December 13.
December 13.
December 13.
December 13.
December 13.
December 13.
December 13.
December 14.
December 14.
December 14.
December 14.
December 14.
December 14.
December 14.
December 14.
December 14.



December 11
December 11,
December 11



December 11.
December 12.
December 12.
December 12.
December 12.
December 12.



December 12.



December 12.
December 12,
December 12,
December 12,
December 13.
December 14.
December 13.
December 13.
December 14.



December 14.
December 14.
December 14.
December 14.
December 14.
December 14.



December 14.
December 14.



December 14.



Tons.

315

857

185

"775

61

12,000

82«

4

1

178

306

106

430

8

104

6

235

218

715

81

(■)

85

6,700

130

127

274

40

60

(■)

84

227

5

1,153

9,326



Tons.
279
48
200









361
105



{')



308
177

24



189
115
355



4

(0

1



438

)
142



303



1,025
237



(^)



No cargo discharged.



No cargo laded.



One package.



Fast Voyage of "Delftdyk.'



Press reports from California state that the new motor ship Delftdyk,
saiHng from Swansea on October 29, 1929, and transiting the Panama
Canal on November 14, arrived at Los Angeles on November 23; and
that this voyage of 25 days from Swansea to Los Angeles is considered
a record. An item relative to the new vessel appeared in The Panama
Canal Record of November 27, 1929.



Price of Coal at the Canal.

Coal is obtainable from the plants operated by The Panama Canal at the prices
shown below, effective June 15, 1928:

'^Slon:''- Balboa.

1. For steamships, including warships of all nations, delivered

from coaling plants, per ton of 2,240 pounds, except as pro-
vided in paragraph 2 $8.00 $11 .00

2. For vessels transiting the Canal that are directed by The Pan-

ama Canal to take coal at Balboa on account of the con-
dition of the plants, the quantity available, or for the pur-
pose of expediting traffic 8 . 00

3. For steamships, including warships of all nations, when de-

delivered from lighters in quantities of 50 tons or more, per

ton of 2,240 pounds 9.00 12.00

4. For steamships, including warships of all nations, when deliver-

ed from lighters in quantites of less than 50 tons, with mini-
mum charge for 20 tons and with maximum charge not to
exceed that for 50 tons at prices specified in paragraph 3,
per ton of 2,240 pounds 11.00 14.00



288



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



Sailings of Panama Railroad Steamship Line.

Following are proposed dates of sailings for 1930 of passenger vessels in the New
York- Cristobal service of the Panama Railroad Steamship Line, in which the steamers
Ancon and Cristobal are engaged, sailing alternately:



Steamer.



Ancon

CriBtobal .

Ancon

Cristobal .

Ancon

Cristobal .

Ancon

Cristobal .

Ancon

Cristobal .
Ancon ' . .
Cristobal .
Ancon . . .
Cristobal .

Ancon

Cristobal .
Ancon . . .
Cristobal .
Ancon . . .
Cristobal .
Ancon ' . .
Cristobal .
Ancon . . .
Cristobal .

Ancon

Cristobal .
Ancon . . .



Leave


Arrive


Arrive


Leave


Arrive


Arrive


New York


A M


Cristobal


Cristobal


A M


New York


4 P.M.


Leave P. M.


A.M.


P.M.


Leave P. M.


A.M.


December 24. .


December 29. .


January 1 . . . .


January 5 . . . .


January 8 . . . .


January 13.


January 7


January 12 . . .


January 15 . . .


January 19 . . .


January 22 . . .


January 27.


January 21 . . .


January 26 . . .


January 29 . . .


February 2 . . .


February 5 . . .


February 10.


February 4 . . ,


February 9 . . .


February 12 . .


February 16. .


February 19. .


February 24.


February 18 . .


February 23 . .


February 26 . .


March 2


March 5




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