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Pacific Steam Navigation Co

Royal Netherlands S. S. Co


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No cargo discharged.



No cargo laded.



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181



"Reina del Pacifico" Launched.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company has announced the launch-
ing of the Reina del Pacifico, combination freight and passenger
steamer to be used in its service between Liverpool and the west coast
of South America, via the Panama Canal. Of 17,300 gross tons, the
new vessel is 550 feet long and 76 feet beam, and has accommodations
for 880 passengers in first, second, and third classes. She is of the
straight stem and cruiser stern type with three superstructure decks
above a continuous fore and aft shelter deck.

It is stated that the new ship will make the run between Liverpool
and Valparaiso in 29 days, or 6 days less than the steamers now in
the service.



Sale of Diesel Oil at Cristobal by Arrow Oil Company.

The Arrow Oil Company, which is a subsidiary of W. R. Grace &
Company and has sold fuel oil at both ends of the Canal and Diesel oil
at Balboa for a number of years, has made arrangements for the sale
of Diesel oil at Cristobal. No new tanks are being devoted to the
storage of Diesel oil but delivery from the stock of another company
may be made for account of the Arrow Company to customers of the
latter.

Diesel oil is now for sale at Cristobal by two companies and at
Balboa by five.



Report of Cargo Discharged and Laded by Vessels Entering and Clearing
from Port of Balboa, C. Z., for Two Weeks Ending October 25, 1930.



Name of vessel.


Line or charterer.


Arrived.


Departed.


Cargo —


Discharged


Laded.






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Publication ol Notices and Circulars ol Interest to Shipping.

All of the Panama Canal notices to mariners, notices to steamship lines, and general circulars of
interest to shipping in its relation -to the Canal are published in The Panama Canal Record. For
this reason it is considered unnecessary to make a separate general distribution away from the Isthmus
of such notices and circulars to those receiving The Panama Canal Record. Shipping interests
are advised to look for them in this paper, which is supplied to them without charge.



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186



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



October 29, 1930



Cargo Through the Canal During September, 1930.

On pages 190 and 191 of this issue will be found tables showing the
origin and destination of cargo passing through the Canal in September,
1930. This cargo, segregated according to direction, as compared with
September, 1929, and the differences, are shown in the following tabu-
lation:





September,
1929.


September,
1930.


Difference.


Atlantic to Pacific


Long tons.
746,289
1,686,494


Long tons.
595,589
1,463,993


Long tons.
150 700


Pacific to Atlantic


-222,501




Total


2,432,783


2,059,582


373 201







It will be noted from the above that the Atlantic to Pacific tonnage
decreased 150,700 tons, or 20.2 per cent, as compared with September,
1929, and that from the Pacific to the Atlantic decreased 222,501 tons,
or 13.2 per cent, making a total decrease of cargo tonnage in both
directions of 373,201 tons, or 15.3 per cent. As in the past several
months, the heavy decline in Pacific-bound tonnage has been due to a
general curtailment in shipments and decreases in cargo tonnage of
several important commodities as indicated under "Principal com-
modities." The Atlantic-bound tonnage, while showing increases in
many of the ordinarily important commodities, was depressed by heavy
decreases in the shipments of nitrates, ores (principally iron), and lum-
ber, the aggregate decrease of which as compared with September,
1929, amounted to over 290,000 tons.

ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC CARGO MOVEMENT.

Origin. — Sixty-seven and two-tenths per cent of the cargo tonnage
from the Atlantic to the Pacific originated on the eastern and Gulf
seaboards of the United States, and 23.9 per cent in Europe. Tonnage
from the United States decreased 97,340 tons, or 19.5 per cent, as
compared with September, 1929, and that from Europe fell short by
40,911 tons, or 22.3 per cent. The proportion of the tonnage from
each of these areas to the total tonnage was approximately the same
in September of both years.

Destination. — Forty-five and two-tenths per cent of the Pacific-bound
tonnage was destined to the United States; 14.3 per cent to South
America; 23.1 per cent to Asia; and 12.9 per cent to Australasia.
Cargo tonnage to all these areas declined as compared with September,
1929, in actual tonnage as follows: To the United States, 55,825 tons,
or 17.2 per cent; to South America, 37,701 tons, or 30.6 per cent; to
Asia, 31,251 tons, or 18.5 per cent; and to Australasia, 9,814 tons, or
11.3 per cent. In point of the percentage of the cargo to these various
areas to the total Pacific-bound tonnage, slight increases were 'regis-
tered in that to the United States, Asia, and Australasia, while that to
South America decreased.

PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC CARGO MOVEMENT.

Origin— Of the cargo moving in this direction, 63.1 per cent came
from the United States; 19.1 per cent from South America; 10.4 per
cent from Canada; 4.7 per cent from Australasia; and 3.7 per cent from
Asia": ' As compared with the corresponding month a year ago, tonnage
from the United States decreased slightly — 9,960 tons, or a little over



October 29, 1930



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



187



1 per cent — while the percentage of the total cargo made a heavy in-
crease. Tonnage from South America showed a heavy decrease in
its relation to the total tonnage, and a loss in actual figures of 244,008
tons, or 46.6 per cent, as compared with September, 1929. The propor-
tion of the total tonnage coming out of South America in September,
1929, was over 31 per cent. The curtailment of shipments of nitrates
and iron ore was largely responsible for this decrease. Tonnage origi-
nating in Canada and Australasia made decisive increases both in
actual tonnage and in their respective relations to the total cargo.
That from Canada increased 70,388 tons, or 85.4 per cent, while that
from Australasia increased 25,092 tons, or 58 per cent. The heavy
increase in tonnage from Canada was accounted for principally by the
heavier wheat movement out of that area, while the gain from Austral-
asia was due to increased shipments of food products in cold storage
and iron ore. Cargo from Asia decreased 34,329 tons, or 38.2 per
cent, and also showed a sharp decrease in its relation to the total cargo.
Decline in shipments of coconut oil and rice accounted for the large
decrease in cargo tonnage from Asia.



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