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172,228




42,676




10,081




1
1
2


4,621
4,639
18,461




17,504










7,666










■ 1












*






Total


196


1,055,707


581,334


195


1,039,892


1,413,153



One naval vessel.



Origin and Destination of Cargo by Major Areas, September 1935

The following table summarizes the origin of cargo passing through the Canal in
September 1935, and its destination by major geographical trade areas:

ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC





Tons of cargo destined for —




Origin


United
States


Other
North
America


Asia


South
America


Austral-
asia


Total


North America:


166,183
5,654
31,927
19,682


10,754
23,088
9,959
2,056


118,858

7,818

11

1,617


11,212
35,392
22,615

22.886


29,587
29,385
32,643

7


336,594


Other North America


101,337
97,155




46,248






Total


223,446


45,857


128,304


92,105


91,622


581,334







October 15, 1935



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



35



PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC





Tons of cargo destined for —




Origin


United

States


Other
North
America


Europe


Miscel-
laneous


Total


North America:

United States


486,034
11,349
34,033

131,253
2,844

100,262


31,983
6,619
1,494

82,145
9,650
2,826


160,398
108,110
11,295

170,882
42,058


1,583
179


679,998




126,257




46,822




17,504


401,784




55,152




52


103,140








Total


765,775


134,717


493,343


19,318


1,413, 153







Principal Commodities

Commodities which aggregated 10,000 or more tons either during September 1935,
or in September 1934 are listed below:



Commodity



September



1934



1935



Commodity



September



1934



1935



Atlantic to Pacific

Asphalt and tar

Automobiles and accessories .

Canned goods, various

Chemicals

Corn

Cotton, raw

Iron and steel

Oils, mineral

Paper

Phosphates

Scrap metal

Sulphur

Pacific to Atlantic

Barley

Beans

Canned goods, various

Cold storage (food products)



Long tons
26,684
14,051
15,636
9,448
16,533
26,663
67,313
18,750
40,308
15,570
94,344
25,150



Long tons
23,043
16,894
14,639
12,301
8,292
23,398
88,236
73,751
36,635
19,248
45,340
15,438



35,372

13,880

124,579

6,007



38,809

13,777

117,029

16,768



Pacific to Atlantic — Continued

Copra

Flour

Fruit, dried

Fruit, fresh

Lumber

Metals, various

Molasses and syrups

Nitrates

Oats

Oils, mineral

Oils, vegetable

Ores (principally iron)

Paper

Soy beans

Sugar

Wheat

Wood pulp



Long tons

6,962

29,940

31,676

10,581

272,815

49,744

8,125

64,800

15,116

374,386
10,972
75,636
12,834
30,921
95,003

115,008
18,640



Long tons

12,236

33,120

25,824

17,353

231,978

45,147

10,893

48,566

4,237

323,810

13,825

111,641

8,031



110,995
52,515
12,140



■ Exclusive of fresh fruit.



Commodities in Detail



The following statement lists all commodities passing through the Canal during the
month of September 1935, as reported in the cargo declarations showing the move-
ment, by directions, in the United States intercoastal trade and in the total traffic.
In the cargo declarations, from which these commodity statistics are compiled, small
items are frequently grouped under the designation of "general cargo;" the statistics
are accordingly not precise but are indicative of the kinds and quantity of cargo in
transit through the Canal. The figures are for tons of 2,240 pounds:



Commodity



Aircraft and parts

Agricult'iral implements

Alfalfa meal

Ammonium compounds

Animal foods ' •_

Apparel, wearing (hats, shoes, clothing, etc.) .

Asbestos

Asphalt and tar

Automobiles (and autotrucks) ._

Automobile parts and accessories. . . .



L^nited States
intercoastal



Atlantic

to
Pacific



47
345
139
105
421
,139
255



: Except as otherwise classified.



Pacific
to

Atlantic



84
1,100



832



74
78
202



Total for all trade
routes including
U.S. intercoastS



Atlantic

to
Pacific

19
2,859



1,036

345

139

427

23,043

11,920

4,974



Pacific

to
Atlantic



84
1,474



917
4



174

85



36



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



October 15, 1935



Commodity


United States
intercoastal


Total for all trade
routes including
U.S. intercoastal


Atlantic

to
Pacific


Pacific

to
Atlantic


Atlantic

to
Pacific


Pacific

to
Atlantic




361


27


5S9


237




133










6,638


Barks, miscellaneous


107


2
430

7,778


278
247
358
530
220
404
1,542
80


291




38,809




285
447
207


13,777


Beer


6
















43


43


Books and printed matter


66






1,267


6,730






3
492


356


Bricks and tile


288










64


Canned and preserved goods:

Fish


594
1,558

269

24

4,723

1,563

2,958

108


18,194

34,985

413

323

402

8,274

8, 689


1,188
1,710
1,381
351
5,167
1,596
3,246
1,164


24 , 280


Fruit ...


70,713


Meat


980


Milk


536




502




8,811


Miscellaneous and unclassified


11,207






Celite


782
13
3


807




223


5,819

80

96

12,301

782

"■ ■1^828'

629

119

6,081

4,457

326


343


Chalk


3




46

3,962

749






2,451
241
271


2,559


Clay, china and fire


270


Clay, filtering


271


Coal


915
161
95
56




Cocoa and cacao beans


"1,373'
25


1,408




2,987


Coffee


7,466






Cold storage and refrigerated products:

Dairy products


135


340


5,530


Eggs


69


Fish


103
110


250

887
34
39


198
253
124


646




1,348




8,107


Poultry




39








577


Other and unclassified. . .


122
1,389


375


158

1,470

157


452




10


Copra




12,053


Copra meal and cake






183


Corn




10

186


8,292
23,398
6,786
2,051
375
186


10




14


6,787








1,245


1


121


Dyes






12




31






60




562


70
36


1,157
465
498

1,257
4

" 11231

1,559

24

222

684


152


Explosives


36








Fertilizers ■


374


599


599




4


Fish meal




1,388

1,576

32,078

16,888

4,083

518


2,378




1,217

281


1,995


Flour


33,120


Fruit, dried


25,824


Fruit, fresh ■


222
636


17,353




519




10


General


18,866

2,693

08


7,222
328
592
447
152


48,474

5,428

131

5,00s

495


20,693
1,048


Gluo ....


612


Grain '


502




447


220


Guano


4,600






636
53
494
153
312




805


Hair, all kinds


296


298

68'


261


Hay


560




65


2,137




503


Horns and hoofs




60
4


15






675


1,040



Except as otherwise classified.



October 15, 19S5



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



37



Commodity


United States
intercoastal


Total for all trade
routes including
U.S. intercoastal


Atlantic

to
Pacific


Pacific

to
Atlantic


Atlantic

to
Pacific


Pacific

to
Atlantic


Iron and steel, manufactures of (structural steel, plates, bars, angles,


50.842
91
381
396


1,334


88,236

313

535

396

150

4,030

2,883

9,712

233

1,766

334

447


1,566




1,873






15












3,060
2,135

4,028


326

145,404

8,398

8

207

41


366


Lumber (including manufactured mill products)


231,978




8,437


Malt


8




1,391
153
266


2,094


Marble and granite






49


Metals:


80


Copper


432

2

1,630

285

25

190

23

69

600

2,000

83

86


13,222

3

128

425

98'

565


2,793
2

2,317
298
30
209
144
122
800

4,304
592
140

244

36,410

17,578

1,854

17,637

28

134

233
153


29 , 747


Gold and silver


18


Iron


128


Lead

Tin


6,389
2,320




6,349




116




632




10,893




48,566


Nuts, edible (including meats)


280
3,280


1,887


Oats


4,237


Oils, mineral:

Crude


175,077




36
26


7,535

73,909

674

278


27,435




112,591


Kerosene


8,387




6,469
16


320






Oils, vegetable:


1,227
50


4,855


Cottonseed


26
93


1






Olive


50






496


Wood


28
324


11
55


28
695
100

560


3,596


Other and unclassified


4,827


Oil, fish


142






1,147


1,516


Oilseed cake and meal


560


3,232


Ores:

Antimony


191


Chrome


10




10




Copper


4,763










3,600


Iron


18




44


88,400
345


Magnesite




1,988




1,988


Tin




190

50

4,207

2,509

30,175

460

451

570

19,248

134

616

1,385

417'

423

234

238

4,664

1,749
10
50


2,415




50

141

1,575

8,582
240
451


52

192

7,144

100


1,056




8,883




197




7,931


Paper scrap


100


Peanuts .


109


Peas, dry


224

45'

637
2,288
27
180
124
27
18
46

110


573




5
1,405




Phosphates


6,000


Plaster .'


45




311


5,463


Potash


2,308






651




40
13
160
192
625

527
10


1,176




124


Rice


1,713




55




46


Rubber:


222


Raw


8,294




25
369
141

29S'


144


Rye




369


Salt


194

1,981

470


3,211

3,961

45,340


182


Sand


44


Scrap metal


679



' Except as otherwise classified.



38



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



October 15, 1935



' Except as otherwise classified. » Cotton, silk, wool, rayon goods.



Commodity


United States
intercoastal


Total for all trade
routes including
U.S. intercoastal


Atlantic

to
Pacific


Pacific

to _

Atlantic


Atlantic

to
Pacific


Pacific
to

Atlantic




83

485


1,359


405
485


1,827


Shells, oyster


27




401
3,243


4,889


Skins and hides




495

924

3,287

847
883


5,964


Slate


897

2,847

418
336




Soaps and products


1,468


1,714


Soda and sodium compounds:

Soda ash


564












17




139

23

8,517

27




200

2,380

15,438

27




Sugar


17,119


ii6,995


Sulphur


600


Talc


495
289

13
419

18
120


556


Tallow


805


Tea




63

7,197

6,110

3,543

648

519

12

776

1,245

61

1,795

2,813

64


2,730


Textiles'


4,643

117

920

574

36


3,410




33




223














312
258


458


Wall board


157
330


1,220




220


Wheat


14,429
2,697
9,121
2,855


52,515




1,123
45


2,997


Wood duId


12,140


Wool. . :.:::::::.::::::::::::;:::::::::;::


6,730








Total, September 1935


166,183


486,034


581,334


1,413,153








174,289


675,751


574,734


1,568,098






Total, September 1933


199,673


561,095


457,254


1,338,286







Tanker Traffic

The following tabulation shows the tanker traffic through the Canal during
September 1935, classified according to trade routes:





.Atlantic to Pacific


Pacific to .Atlantic


Trade route


No.

of

ships


Panama
Canal net
tonnage


Tons

of
cargo


No.
of

ships


Panama
Canal net
tonnage


Tons

of
cargo


United States intercoastal


4

1
1
1

2
1
2

1


23,251

6,550
4,293
5,209

14,340
5,144

10,327
5,773




7


42,091


81,571


East coast United States and:

Balboa


2,500




Hawaiian Islands . . .










'6,691

8^570'

21,912








East coast Canada and South America . .


4


27,599


56,295










Cristobal and United States


1

1

1

4
8
1


5,773

4,155

7,789

21,824

54,797

4,477


12,233


West Indies and:

United States




8,241




3

3
4


17,717

20,842
29,212


22,093


15,070


Europe and:

United States


38,471


South America




110,607




' 10,081












Total


23


142,658


61,766


27


168,505


332,569







Creosote.



Molasses.



October 15, 19S5



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



39



Gamparison of Canal Traffic in September 1935, with September Traffic

in Previous Years

(Ocean-going commercial vessels of 300 or more net tons, Panama Canal measurement)





Month of September


Fiscal year


Average per month for fiscal year


Calendar year


No.

of

transits


Panama
Canal net
tonnage


Tons

of
cargo


No.

of

transits


Panama
Canal net
tonnage


Tons

of
cargo


1914


53
98
149
174
173
168
247
216
238
409
391
380
431
524
482
502
446
385
338
385
435
391


{000 omitted)

'217

349

503

570

522

586

1,007

924

1,070

2,044

1,975

1,830

2,185

2,531

2,294

2,423

.2,312

2,069

1,867

2,095

2,332

2,095


{000 omitted)

323

464

644

723

547

638

1,009

754

1,138

2,168

2,112

1,891

2,238

2,396

2,312

2,431

2,058

1,753

1,345

1,795

2,142

1,994


1915


'100
60
145
165
162
199
232
222
325
429
382
424
441
521
524
502
447
364
347
436
432
415


{000 omitted)

361

199

483

547

510

712

950

951

1,550

2,179

1,904

2,064

2,184

2,453

2,485

2,497

2,314

1,968

1,900

2,379

2,317

2,210


{000 omitted)
466


1915


1916


258


1916


1917


588


1917


1918


627


1918


1919 . .


576


1919


1920


781


1920


1921


966


1921


1922


907


1922


1923 . ...


1,631


1923


1924


2,249


1924


1925 . .


1,996


1925


1926


2,169


1926


1927


2,311


1927


1928


2,468


1928


1929


2,554


1929


1930


2,502


1930


1931


2,089


1931


1932 ....


1,650


1932


1933


1,513


1933


1934 . .


2,059


1934


1935


2,109


1935


{i)


2,029









■ Canal opened August 15, 1914. ' Average for 101 months. J Average 9 months of calendar year 1935.



Terminal Activities

Ships repaired during the month of September 1935 numbered 42, including 10
which were drydocked. Fuel oil in the quantity of 250,208 barrels was delivered as
bunkers to 94 commercial ships. Bunker coal amounting to 3,846 tons was delivered
to 12 commercial ships.



Cargo Handled at Terminal Ports



Cristobal



Balboa



Total



Cargoes of bunkers arriving:

Fuel oil, gasoline, etc tons

Local cargo arriving tons

Local cargo shipped tons

Cargo received for transshipment tons

Cargo transshipped tons

"Canal Zone for Orders" cargo:

Number of receipts issued

Number of releases issued

Tons received

Tons withdrawn



27,373
18,863
5,486
33,116
32,781

6
50
147
56



2,500
7,328
1,030
1,552
1,449

2
19



29,873
26,191
6,516
34,668
34,230



69
155

65



Note. — Above figures are in tons of 2,000 pounds.



All Vessels Entering and Clearing Port



Port of Cristobal



No.

of

ships



Registered

gross

tonnage



Registered

net

tonnage



Port of Balboa



No.
of

ships



Registered

gross

tonnage



Registered

net

tonnage



Ships entering
All vessels, including those transiting Canal . .
Vessels entering port but not transiting Canal .
Vessels transiting Canal and handling passen-
gers and cargo at terminal ports



457
56



2,848,223
292,679



885,730



1,692,179
166,123



513,657



436
10



2,654,709
38,355



637,026



1,578,098
20,260

349,505



Ships clearing
All vessels, including those transiting Canal . ,
Vessels clearing port but not transiting Canal
Vessels transiting Canal and handling passen-
gers and cargo at terminal ports



462
59



133



2,850,814
298,636



891,653



1,692,658
169,284



517,026



429

8

87



2,604,054
33,430



609,056



1,545,749
16,266



335,233



40



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



October 15, 1935



Cargo Discharged and Laden in Terminal Ports

The following is a report of tons of cargo discharged and/or laden at Cristobal
and Balboa during the month from midnight, September 15, 1935, to midnight,
October 15, 1935. Figures after names of vessels show, respectively, tons discharged
and tons laden:

CRISTOBAL



Sekstant, 0, 921
Colombia, 0, 1,022
Troisllets, 0, 116
Manizales, 0, 58
Guayaquil, 0, 456
Reina del Pacifico, C

262
Caribia, 0, 838J
Quirigua, 27, 41
Nuevo Panama, 0, 73
Texas, 309,
President Pierce, 141,
Lochkatrine, 193, 67
Canadian Conqueror,

152, 82J
Bodegraven, 88, 94
Santa Paula, 166, J
Yomachichi, 105,
Roda, 51,0
Amapala, 108, 334
Envoy, 1,
Acajutla, 476i 643
Santa Lucia, 459, 11
Aller, 30, 361
Karlander, 1,227,
Cristobal, 1,818, 553
President Wilson, 1,
Iris, 0, 19

Santa Maria, 270, 124|
Noto Maru, 0, 180
Peten, 155, 29
Belfast Maru, 415,
Sixaola, 434, 271
Aachen, 147, 315
Portland, 558, 125
Cerigo, 1,048, 284
Tacoma, 140, 430
Toloa, 433, 15U
Haiti, 157i, 1,051



Kwansai Maru, 1,065,

65
Simon Bolivar, 0, 494^
Loriga, 29, 5
Nuevo Panama, 244, 89
Trois Ilets, 305,
Peten, 10, 538i
Alkmaar, 177, 193
Nordstjernan, 129, 69
Santa Catalina, 1,421,0
Velma Lykes, 166, 296
Santa Inez, 86, 133
Contessa, 105, 440
Delftdijk, 134, 24
Mayan, 431, 816^
Canadian Challenger,

0,300
Arica, 105,
Abraham Lincoln, 194,


Noshiro Maru, 904,
Santa Barbara, 544,

296}
Lagarto, 1 7, 40
Hermonthis, 77, 399
Buenaventura, 1,291,

527
Manizales, 39, 223
Veragua, 101, 27
Pennsylvania, 0, 20
President Polk, 1,
Actor, 279,
Kongo Maru, 133,
Zacapa, 646, 231
Oregon, 476, 16
San Rafael, 262, 37|
Santa Catalina, 124,

873
Durazzo, 918,



Santa Monica, 0, 52
Antigua, 924, 14
Santa Maria, 140,
Santa Paula, 201, 47
Sekstant, 0, 9
Bodegraven, 34, 248
Henderson, 84,
Santa Lucia, 25, 17



Santa Maria, 229, 72
Santa Elena, 149, 78
Talamanca, 702, 31
Santa Catalina, 0, 10
Grant, 232, 85
Republic, 341, 56
Santa Inez, 3,
Santa Barbara, 183, 7



President Wilson, 10, President Polk, 18, 3
10



Tai Ping Yang, 520,
Pasajero, 0, 9j
Pastores, 137, 875
Ulua, 425, 282
Nuevo Panama, 250,

213
West Notus, 47, 41
Emergency Aid, 0, 190
Gertrude Maersk, 58,
Drechtdijk, 29, 139
Antofagasta, 0, 1.304
San Diego, 582, 383
Elbe, 179, 274
Veragua, 26, 376i
President Lincoln, 174

88
Palatia, 53, 835
De la Salle, 104,
Wales Maru, 625,
De la Salle, 0, 159
Santa Rosa, 186,
Este, 247, 285
Amapala, 85, 238
Virgilio, 1, 556
Crynssen, 144, 3
Laurits Swenson, 1, 228
Santa Clara, 672, 261
Syra, 47, 68
Nako Maru, 0, 430
Argon, 10,000,
Nankai Maru, 783, 251
Ancon, 2,705, 672
Salvador, 429, 435
Lobes, 89, 2
Canadian Highlander,

3, 136i
Rhokotis, 99, 84
Tokai Maru, 0, 193
Santa Lucia, 302, 191

BALBOA

Pennsylvania, 27, 108
Tai Ping Wang, 253,
Turrialba, 0, 3
Mayan, 0, 8
Santa Catalina, 0, 76
Chateau Thierry, 20,

39
Santa Rosa, 256,
Indra, SO,



Iris, 498, 92|
Santa Paula, 0, 1
Quirigua, 156, 76
Wisconsin, 90, 548
Asuka Maru, 64,
Metapan, 627, 254
Chincha, 18, 205
Calamares, 587, 94
Colombia, 237, 1,028
Call, 1,209, 64
Patricia, 122, 549
Marconi, 0, 316
Crynssen, 1, 573
Balboa, 0, 244
Trois, Ilets, 0, 36
Mayari, 62,
San Antonio, 29,
Osnabruck, 9, 673
Segundo, 220,
Nuevo Panama, 245, 70
Durazzo, 0, 213
Quirigua, 5, 533
Cordillera, 878, 20
Santa Monica, 1,364,

25
Santa Rita, 76, 199
Bennekom, 81, 169
Dilworth, 777,
Arizona, 1,597,
Erlangen, 352, 334
Contessa, 126, 370
Orazio, 87,
Cerigo, 583,
Punta Arenas, 216,
Orduna, 46, 93
Counsellor, 208, i
Fella, 59,
Guayaquil, 1,857, 361
Call, 26, 121



Santa Clara, 0, 30
President Pierce, 3,
Santa Paula, 147, 75
Santa Lucia, 326, 62
Plow City, 4.56S,
Abangarez, 0, 1}
Ludington, 1,690, 228
St. Mihiel, 1,237, 179
Santa Monica, 73,



E.M. Tacit, 3,
Envoy, 2, j
Peten, 148, 67
Santa Inez, 310, 40
California, 0, 2
Reina del Pacifico, 81,

38
Arizona, 149, 20
Santa Marta, 703, 185
Colombia, 215, }
Sekstant, 68i, 603
Santa Monica, 199, 670
Democracy, 110,
Argentina, 788, 86
Toloa, 648, 162
Haiti, 27, 671
Nuevo Panama, 197,

129
Magdala, 12,180,
Elise M., i,
Trois Islets, 358, 156
Colombie, 49,
Tillie Lykes, 37, 212
Peten, 48, 342
Europa, 35,
Oakland, 208, 208
Cordillera, 10, 735|
Maracay, 5,576,
San Jose, 5, 129
Bordeaux Maru, 630,
W^ashington, 420,
Santa Elena, 514, 12
Nebraska, 176,
Acajutla, 500,
Amapala, 133,
Baarn, 348, 349
Istmo, 0, 67
Magallanes, 142,



Sekstant, 363, 19
San Bruno, 0, 2
California, 66, 147
President .^dams, 19,
Santa Inez, 109,
Wichita, 144,
Santa Monica, 0, 60
Santa Elena, 358,
Cathwood, 13,



Note. — Figures shown represent short tons of 2,000 pounds.



Passengers

Ocean ship passengers disembarking at Cristobal numbered 2,246; embarking,
1,908; at Balboa, 1,332 disembarking and 1,258 embarking. Passengers passing
through the Canal from the Atlantic to the Pacific numbered 5,518; from the Pacific
to the Atlantic, 3,010. Aircraft numbering 41 entered Cristobal, and 146 passengers
disembarked; clearances were 37, with 121 passengers embarking; at Balboa entries
of aircraft were 27, with 61 passengers disembarking; clearances, 27, with 17 passen-
gers embarking.



Provisions Required by Ships

The Panama Canal Commissary Division, with facilities at Balboa and Cristobal
for delivery of supplies to steamships, carries a complete line of provisions, such as
meats, fruits, vegetables, eggs, butter, canned goods, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco,
etc., which are sold to ships at reasonable prices. Beef especially is available at low
prices.

Orders may be placed in advance by radio for delivery on arrival, or at either ter-
minal for prompt delivery or for delivery at the other terminal after transit.



October IS, 1935



THE PANAMA CANAL RECORD



41



Movements of Ocean Vessels Through the Panama Canal

From midnight September 15, 1935, to midnight October 15, 1935



ATLANTIC TO PACIFIC .



Ship



Nation-
ality



Line
(Charterer or operator)



Port



From—



For-



Cargo



Nature Tons



Reina del Pacif-
ico. '

Steelore

Olivebank =

Kinai Mam'

Lena Luckenbach

Trois Ilets

Sekstant

Cali

Leticia^

Chattanooga City

Texas

Nuevo Panama '.

Lochkatrine ^ . . .

Bodegraven

Everleigh

Bessemer City . .

Nevadan

Canadian Con-
queror.

Henderson'

Fresno Star

Elise- '

Athelviking ' '..

Danmark ■ '. . .

Polzella

Manley •>

Vinga' '

AUer

Sambu '

Real »

President Wilson

Santa Maria ■ . . .

Lillian Lucken-
bach.

Warlaby

Trontolite' ^ . .

Iris

Pirate ^

Akaroa

Santa Maria ' . . . .

Alamar

Santa Elena

Noto Maru'

Norman Star. . . .

Retriever '3

Heinrich V. Reide
mann. ' '

Ferndale'

Port Chalmers ' . .

Portland '

San Benito

Chilore

Thurland Castle ^

Alaskan

Hardanger

Point Brava

Niel Maersk ^ . . .

Paula

Acajutla

Cerigo

Getsuyo Maru = . .

Georgian

Sambu '

Tuira-

Real'

ElSona'

Pirate^

La Plata Maru'. .

Nuevo Panama '. .

Norfolk Maru

Steel Voyager ....

Cahfornia Stand-
ard. ' '



Brit..
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Amer.
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Pacific Steam Nav. Co,

Ore S.S. Corp

Eagle Oil Co

Osaka Shosen Kaisha .
Luckenbach Line ....

French Line

Grace Line

North German Lioyd.

A. Tagaropulos

Isthmian S.S. Lines. .

States S.S. Co

Elliot Ship. & Land Co.
Royal Mail Lines. . . .
RoyalNeth. S.S. Co..
Anglo-Can. S.S. Co.. .
Isthmian S.S. Lines. .
■\mer.-Hawaiian Line
Can. Nat. Steamships,



U.S. Navy

James Dowie & Co. . .
.Anglo-Saxon Pet. Co.

Nissho Co

Standard Oil Co

Mersey Paper Co

U.S. Navy

Dom. Tar&Chem.Co
North German Llovd,
ElliotShip.&LandCo,
Elliot Ship. & Land Co .

Dollar Line

Union Oil Co

Luckenbach Line. . . .



.4nglo-Can.S.S.Co..

Imperial Oil Co

Royal Neth. S.S. Co.

E. J. Hooper

Shaw, Savill & Albion

Grace Line

Calmar Line

Panama Mail S.S. Co
Nippon Yusen Kaisha

Blue Star Line

U.S. Naw

VV. Tanksohiff Rhed'i



Fearnley & Eger . .
Com'lth & Dom. Line
Hamburg-.-imer. Line.

United Fruit Co

Ore S.S. Corp

Barber Line

.\mer.-Hawaiian Line.
Westfal, Larsen & Co.

Swayne & Hoyt

IsbrandtsenMollerCo.

West Coast Line

Pacific Steam Nav. Co.
Hamburg-Amer. Line.
Mitsui Bussan Kaisha.

Williams S.S. Co

Elliot Ship. & Land Co.
Elliot Ship, it Land Co.
Elliot Ship. & Land Co.
Elliot Ship. & Land Co.

E. J. Hooper



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