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Ties, Windsor, polka dot Each

Ties, four-in-hand Each

Ties, batwing Each

Ties, batwing Each

Ties, middy blouse Each

Ties, wash, four-in-hand Each

Ties, batwing Each

Ties, silk, four-in-hand, with ring Each

Ties, ladies', string Each

Tonic, hair, Herpicide, large Bot.

Tonic, hair, Auxiliator, large Bot

Tonic, hair, Auxiliator, small Bot

Tonic, hair, Icy Kol Bot

Tonic, hair, Cardinal, Eau de quinine

Hudnut's, 4^-oz

Tonic, hair, brilliantine

Tonic, hair, Eaude Quinine, Pinaud's, 8-oz

Tonic, hair, Herpicide, small

Tonic, hair, Bald Pate

Tooth wash (see Wash).

Towelling, huckaback, 22"

Towelling, crash, 17"

Towelling, glass, 17" I Yard

Towelling, huckaback, 25" Yard

Towelling, huckaback, 15"

Towels, barber's

Towels, Turkish, bleached

Towels, diaper, H. S., embroidered, 15" x 24"
Towels, huckaback, embroidered, 15" x 24"

Towels, glass

Towels, huck, linen, 17" x 34"

Towels, huck, linen, 24" x 42"

Towels, embroidered, 15" x 24"

Towels, huck, H. S., 20" x 40"

Towels, T. B., white, 30" x 60"

Towels, T. B., 20" x 42"

Towels, T. B., 24" x 42"

Towels, T. B., 24" x 45"

Towels, T. B., 24" x 44"

Towels, huck, H. S., embroidered, 15" x 24"

Towels, diaper, scalloped edge and em-
broidered, 15" x 24"

Towels, huck, H. S. and embroidered

Towels, huck, H. S. and embroidered

Towels, linen, H. S. and embroidered

Towels, linen, H. S. and embroidered

Towels, linen, scalloped and embroidered... .

Towels, linen, embroidered . .

Towels, linen, embroidered . .

Umbrellas, 28"

Umbrellas, ladies', 26"

Umbrellas, ladies', 26"

Umbrellas, cotton

Umbrellas, men's, 26 j"

Umbrellas, children's, taffeta

Umbrellas, ladies, 26"

Umbrellas, men's

Umbrellas, men's, 30"

Umbrellas, ladies', 26"

Umbrellas, ladies', 28"

Undershirts, short sleeves

Undershirts, Porosknit

Undershirts, Sea Island ....

Undershirts, gauze

Undershirts, Sea Island

Undershirts, Athletic

Undershirts, B. V. D

Undershirts, Athletic

Underwaists, boys' and girls'

Vaseline, white, perfumed. ...

Vaseline, white

Vaseline, white, perfumed. . .

Vaseline, carbolated

Vests, ladies', gauze

Vests, ladies', gauze

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THE CANAL RECORD



Vol. IX, No. 28.



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Voile, seed, white

Voile, fancy

Voile, Harston

Voile, shadow stripe. .
Voile, chiffon check. . .

Voile, splashed

Voile, splashed

Voile, ratine, bordered

Voile, novelty

Voile, mercerized

Voile, embroidered. . . .

Voile, mercerized

Voile, embroidered

Voile, reception

Voile, corded

Voile, Kabul

Voile, Gaberdine

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Voile, satin, striped. . .

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Voile, triple dashed

Voile, cord, satin striped

Voile, cord, seed

Voile, seed marquinette

Voile, corded, No. 465-466....

Voile, corded, P. J

Waists, misses', No. 704

Waists, misses', No. 712

Wash, tooth, Rubifoam

Wash, tooth, Glyco Thymoline

Wash, tooth, Sozodont

Wash, tooth, Dentrifice, Odol.
Wash, tooth, antiseptic, P. C

Water, Florida

Water, toilet, Hudnut's

Water, toilet, Pinaud's

Water, toilet, Piver's

Water, toilet, Williams'

Water, toilet, Colgate's, 3-oz...
Water, toilet, Colgate's, 5-oz..

Wavers, hair

Wax, sealing (see Stationery.)

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Additions to Panama Canal Library.

The following is bulletin No. 6 of recent
additions to the Canal library at Balboa
Heights:

GENERAL PUBLICATIONS, TEXT AND REFERENCE BOOKS,
ETC.

Committee on Military Affairs, Military training in
our land grant colleges. Abstract of address before
the Committee on Military Affairs. House of Repre-
sentatives, 1916. By Edmund J. James.

Temple University, Case against state-managed in-
surance under workmen's compensation laws. Ad-
dress delivered at Temple University. By F. Robert-
son Jones. 1916.

Massachuetts Highway Commission, Twenty-first an-
nual report of the Massachusetts Highway Com-
mission, for the fiscal year ending November 30,
1913.

Ohio State Committee on Rural Credits and Coopera-
tion, How to finance the farmer— .private enterprise
— not state aid. By Myron T. Herrick and R. Ingalls.
1915.

Railway Equipment and Publication Company. Pocket
list of railroad officials. First quarter, 1916.

Bureau of Navigation, List of merchant vessels of the
United States. 1915.



Builders Iron Foundry, Type D register for Venturi
meter, leaflet. Bulletin No. 84, cold water. Cata-
logue of the Venturi meter.

Elliott-F.sher Company, Accounting control for banks,
booklet. Elliott-Fisher visible writing book-record-
ing machine, booklet. Elliott-Fisher products, cata-
logue. Elliott-Fisher standard writing-adding- sub-
tracting machine (model T. visible), booklet.

Hendee Manufacturing Company, 1916 catalogue of
Indian motorcycles.

International Nickel Company, Monel metal. Booklet
and price list.

Ivanhoe-Regent Works of General Electric Company,
Catalogue No. 108 and price lists of Regent semi-in-
direct bowls for decorative and commercial lighting.
Catalogue No. 303 and price list of Ivanhoe metal
reflectors and fittings for multiple Mazda lamps.
Catalogue No. 800 of Holophane reflectors and fit-
tings. Catalogue No. 712 of Regent opal reflectors
and fittings for commercial lighting.

Henry Maurer & Sons, Fire brick, booklet. Herculean
arch and Phoenix wall block, booklet.

National Scale Company, Bulletin No. 100, counting
machines. Bulletin No. 200, trucks, elevating.

A. N. Pierson, Inc., Cromwell gardens, handbook of
trees, shrubs, roses, plants for garden and greenhouse,
1916.

Schwerdtle Stamp Company, Inc., Catalogue No. 26
of rubber stamps, seals, stencils, etc.

Service Motor Truck Company, Catalogue and manual



of motor trucks. Specifications of Service motor
trucks, leaflet.

Standard Motor Construction Company, Catalogue
and price list of engines for yachts, launches, and
working boats. Results of a prospective purchaser's
inquiry about the Standard motors, booklet.

Sullivan Machinery Company, Bulletin No. 70-A,
rotator hammer drills.

Underwood Typewriter Company, Undenvood auto-
matic typewriter operator, booklet.

United Brass Manufacturing Company, Catalogue C.
of brass goods for water, gas, and steam.

United States Infantry Association, Catalogue of mili-
tary books, 1916. Price list of periodicals, 1916.

Wilson-Jones Loose Leaf Company, General catalogue
No. 36 of deluxe loose leaf binders and systems.
Deluxe style B tray binder, folder.

ARTICLES CONCERNING THE CANAL.

The Excavating Engineer, monthly, Milwaukee: "Ex-
cavation from the slides on the Panama Canal",
page 178. February, 1916, issue.

Shipbuilding and Shipping Record, weekly, London:
"Ship-repairing facilities at the Panama Canal",
page 77, January 27, 1916, issue.



aggregating 29,271, according to the figures
of the police enumeration, the sales per capita
were 1.57. After deducting the local expenses
and the 10 per cent of net proceeds sent to
the central organization, the income from
this source available for tuberculosis work on
the Isthmus amounts to $400.61.

The February number of the Red Cross
Magazine contains an estimate of 80,000,000
as the total number of seals sold by the
national organization during the season of
1915, against 55,000,000 in 1914.



COMMISSARY DEPARTMENT.



Report of Sales of Christmas Seals.
During the season of 1915 the number of
Red Cross Christmas seals sold through the
Canal Zone chapter was 45,981. The sales
were distributed among the Cana! Zone towns
as follows:

Ancon 12 ,846

Balboa 12,266

Cristobal 9,892

Pedro Miguel 3,751

Gatun 3,436

Paraiso 1,589

Empire 1,740

Camp Gaillard 236

Camp Otis 225

Total 45,981

The several organizations making sales at-
tained results as follows:

Schools 26,931

Canal clubhouses 10,434

Hotels, commissaries, and quartermasters 3,525

Ancon and Colon Hospital nurses 1,640

Post exchanges 1,061

Others 2,390

Total 45,981

The largest individual sales were as follows:

Ancon schools, 8,380; Cristobal schools, 7,105;

Balboa clubhouse, 6,977; Balboa schools,

4,355; Pedro Miguel schools, 2,600; Gatun

schools, 2,306.

Based on a population in the towns named



Ice Cream Schedule.

The following list shows the flavors of No.
1 ice cream which will be on sale at the com-
missary stores on the respective days. The
schedule is subject to change without notice:
The Panama Canal,
Supply Department,
march 6 to april 2, 1916 (inclusive).

Monday March 6 Chocolate

Tuesday March 7 Pineapple.

Wednesday. . . . March 8 Bisque.

Thursday March 9 Peach.

Friday March 10 Coffee.

Saturday March 11 Caramel

Sunday March 12 Strawberry.

Monday. ...... March 13 Peach.

Tuesday March 14 Coffee.

Wednesday .... March 15 Strawberry.

Thursday March 16 Caramel.

Friday March 17 Banana.

Saturday March 18 Pineapple.

Sunday March 19 Chocolate.

Monday March 20 Bisque.

Tuesday March 21 Caramel.

Wednesday .... March 22 Pineapple.

Thursday March 23 Chocolate.

Friday March 24 Strawberry.

Saturday March 25 Banana.

Sunday March 26 Peach.

Monday March 27 Chocolate.

Tuesday March 28 Strawberry.

Wednesday .... March 29 Bisque

Thursday March 30 Peach

Friday March 31 Coffee.

Saturday April 1 Caramel.

Sunday April 2 Pineapple.

In addition to the above schedule, vanilla ice cream
may be ordered daily.

Benj. L. Jacobson,
Depot Commissary.

Commissary Hours.

The open hours of the various commissary stores are
as follows:
The commissary stores at Las Cascadas, Empire,



March 1, 1916.



THE CANAL RECORD



251



Culebra, and Toro Point are open from 7.30 to 11.30
a. m., and 1.30 to 5.30 p. m.

The Cristobal store is open from 8 a. rn. to 12 m.
and 3 to 6.30 p. m.

The Pedro Miguel store is open from 8 a. m. to
12 ra. and from 3 to 6.30 p. m.

AU other commissary stores are open from 8 a. m. to
12.30 p. m., and 3 p. m. to 6 p. m.

The gold departments of the Cristobal commissary
store open at 2 p. m. on Saturdays and sailing days
of Panama Railroad vessels.

Price Changes.

The following changes in prices of articles in stock
at the commissary stores become effective March 1 :

Prick Change,



OFFICIAL CIRCULARS.



SHIPPING INFORMATION.



1 M)


1.40


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2.20


1 25


1.30


1 .25


1.30


1.00


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Aprons, gingham, ea

Barrettes, ea

Batiste, yd

Belts, men's, ea

Belts, sanitary, ea

Belts, children's, ea ,

Belts, men's, ea

Blankets, ea

Blankets, ea

Blouses, middy, ea

Blouses, middy, ea

Brushes, shaving, ea

Brushes, shaving, ea

Brushes, shaving, ea

Burlap, yd

Buttons, ea

Cambric, yd

Cambric, yd

Caps, bathing, ea

Cloths, sideboard, ea

Cases, pillow, pr

Combs, ea

Combs, ea

Comfortables, ea

Cotton, absorbent, pkg

Crepe, yd

Crimpers, hair, bunch

Curtain, Swiss, yd..

Damask, yd

Dimity, yd

Dioxogen, bot

Drill, yd

Drill, yd

Drill, yd

Drill, yd

Duck, yd

Emeries, ea

Fasteners, snap, on tape, yd

Flannel, yd

Handkerchiefs, ea

Hats, ea

Hats, ea

Hats, ea

Hats, ea

Hose, pr

Hose, pr

Hose, pr

Muslin, yd

Fasteners, snap, on tape, yd. . . .

Muslin, yd

Napkins, ea

Nightshirts, ea

Overalls, pr

Pajamas, suit

Pajamas, suit

Powder, face, box

Rugs, steamer, ea

Serge, cream, yd

Sheets, pr

Sheets, pr

Shirts, ea

Shirts, ea

Suits, bathing, suit

Suits, bathing, suit

Thimbles, ea

Thread, spool

Ties, ea

Ties, ea

Towels, ea

Bedspreads, ea



Misdirected Letters.

Balboa Heights, C. Z., February 29, 1916.
The following insufficiently addressed letters and



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papers have
of Posts and
dressees:
Balun. Joseph
Bolenan. Lee
Border, Joseph H.
Briscoe. Dr. C. D.
Capraim. W. B.
*DuvaI, Dr. D. F.
*Garrido, Berta
tGoodrich. Mrs. Paul M
Greaves, J. B.
Guinn, J. Kinard
Halliman, James
*Hawkins, L. M.
Lawton. J. E.
McFadden, George
•Card, t Paper.



received at the office of the Director
be procured upon request of the ad-



Marvitz. Joe
Mitchell, Guy C.
Ochea, Ramon
Pitcock, Robert L.
Queinan, LeRoy
Reich, Mrs. L.
Schickling. Rev. R. A.
Schofield. B. F.
Steffen, Oscar F.
Stone, Hugh
Teegarden, George
Templeton, T, H.
Waters, Frank



Acting Paymaster.

The Panama Canal,
Executive Department.
Balboa Heights, C. Z., February 23, 1916.
Heads of Departments and Divisions:

Effective February 24. 1916. Mr. R. W. Glaw is
appointed Paymaster, Panama Canal, to act as such
until Mr. J. H. McLean, Paymaster, returns from leave
and resumes the duties of the office.

Jay J. Morrow,
Acting Governor,



Tide Predictions, Port of Balboa.



Rates for Service of Wrecking Cranes.

The Panama Canal,
Executive Office.
Balboa Heights, C. Z., February 9, 1916.
Circular No. 692-3:

1. Effective at once, the following rates will be
charged for the sen-ice of 75-ton cranes:

Per
hour.
Between department? and divisions of The

Panama Canal and the Panama Railroad S3 00

For overtime service 4 . 50

To individuals and companies 4.50

For overtime service 6.00

The expense of special engine and crew sent out with
thesecraneswilltebilled.inadditiontothe above rates,
at the regular tariff for such service.

2. The rates for the 100-ton wrecking crane will be:

Per
hour.
Between departments and divisions of The

Panama Canal and the Panama Railroad . $20 . 00

For overtime service 22.50

Jay. J. Morrow,
.1' ting ' I



Leave Regulations.

The Panama Canal,
Executive Df.partment.
Balboa Heights, C. Z.. February 28, 1916.
Heads of Departments and Divisions:

Referring to paragraphs 2 and 3 of Circular 602,
heads of departments and divisions may, effective at
once, grant employes leave of absence for 10 days or
less, instead of a maximum of five days, without prior
approval of this office. This absence will not be shown
on the daily leave order, but must be covered in all
cases by form PC-484 upon the employe's return to
duty, and submitted to the Chief Tinekeeper.

Jay J. Morrow.

( iovcrnor.



Examination by Board of Local Inspectors.

The Board of Local Inspectors will conduct examina-
tions at the Administration Building, Balboa Heights,
room No. 303, on Wednesday, March S, 1916, be-
ginning promptly at 9 a. m., for persons desiring tne
following classes of licenses: Pilots, masters, mates,
marine engineers, chauffeurs, and navigators of motor
boats. All applicants for license must procure from the
office of the board, Balboa Heights, forms of application
and information respecting the filling out of the same.
not later than the day previous to the examination. In
addition, all persons desiring chauffeur's licenses must
provide themselves with automobiles with which to
demonstrate their ability properly to operate the same.

The demonstration test for applicants for chauffeur's
licenses will be given on Tuesday, the day before
the written examination, at 2 p. m., at the Administra-
tion Building, Balboa Heights; on Wednesday, the day
of the regular examination, for out-of-town applicants,
at 2 p. m., at the Administration Building, Balboa
Heights.

Applicants for licenses as navigators of motor boats
will be required to give a demonstration of their ability
to operate such boats, and will be obliged to provide
themselves with boats for this purpose. This test will
be given on Thursday, the day following the written
examination, as follows: At Cristobal, Upon arrange-
ment with the Captain of the Port; at Garaboa, at 8
a. m., and at Balboa at 2 p. m. Applicants for the test
at Cristobal or Balboa should present themselves at
the office of the Captain of the Port; at Gamboa, the
deputy inspector will be present at the Panama Rail-
road station at the hour mentioned above.

For the benefit of applicants residing in Gatun and
Cristobal or Colon, examinations for licenses as navi-
gators of motor boats, and as chauffeurs, will be held
at the office of the Captain of the Port of Cristobal on
Friday, March 10, 1916, from 9 a. m. until 11 a. m.
Applicants should be provided with motor boats or
automobiles for the demonstration test.

By order of the chairman of the board.

Geo. J. Vanderslice,
Recorder, Board of Local Inspectors.



Date.


Time and height of hig}
low water.


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0:56
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7:24
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14.0


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1:59
14.4


8:22
0.8


14:32
15.0


20:48
1.0


Fri.. March 3


2:53

15.2


9:13
-0.1


15:22
15.9


21:37
0.0




3:43
15.7


9:58
-0.7


16:09
16.5


22:22
-0.6




4:31
16.0


10:41
-0.9


16:53
16.7


23:04
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5:16
15.9


11 :21
-0.7


17:34
16.5


23:43
-0.6




5:57
15.6


12:00
0.0


18:14
16.0




Wed., March 8


0:23
0.1


6:37
14.9


12:41

0.9


18:54
15.2


Thurs., March 9


1 :03
1.0


7:16
14.0


13 :22
2.0


19:31

14.2


Fri., March 10


1 :47

2.1


7:55
13.0


14:07
3.2


20:11
13.1


Sat.. March 11


2:36
3.2


8:39
11.9


15:00
4.3


20:57
12.1




3:33
4.3


9:36
11.1


16:04
5.1


22:00
11.3


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4:40
4.7


10 .55
10.7


17:14
5.5


23:20
11.1


Tues.. March 14. . . .


5:49
4.7


12:18
10.9


18:23
5.2




Wed., March 15


0:31
11.3


6:54
4.3


13:19
11.6


19:25
4.5


Thurs., March 16...


1 :30
12.0


7:48
3.5


14:04
12.4


20:15
3.5




2:14
12.8


8:34

2.6


14:42
13.4


20:57

2.4




2:55
13.6


9:13
1.7


15:17
14.3


21 :36
1.3




3:33
14.4


9:49
1.6


15:52
15.0


22:12
0.5


Mon., March 20


4:11
14.9


10:25
0.5


16:26
15.6


22:48
-0.1


Tues., March 21


4:49

15.2


11 :00
0.2


17:03
16.0


23:24
-0.3


Wed.. March 22....


5:28

15.4


11:37
0.2


17:41
16.0




Thurs., March 23.. .


0:03
-0.2


6:07
15.2


12 :16
0.6


18:21
15.8


Fri., March 24


0:44
0.3


6:51
14.8


13:00
1.2


19:04
15.2


Sat.. March 25


1 :32
1.0


7:37
14.2


13:51
2.1


19 :53
14.4




2:28
1.8


8:32
13.4


14:52
3.0


20:52
13.5


Mon.. March 27


3 :35
2.6


9:40
12.8


16:04
3.5


22:07
12.9


Tues., March 28


4:47
2.9


11:01

12.7


17:21
3.6


23:32
12.8


Wed.. March 29


S:59
2.7


12:19
13.3


18:32
3.0




Thurs., March 30.. .


0:48
13.2


7:05
2.1


13:22

14.1


19:37
2.0




1 :49
14.0


8:03
1.2


14 :15
15.0


20:31
1.0



Sun.. April 2..
Mon., April 3.



8:52
0.5


15:01
15.7


9:36
0.0


15:43
16.1


10:17
-0.1


16:24
16.2


10:36
0.1


17:03
15.9



The tidea are placed in the order of occurrence, with



252



THE CANAL RECORD



Vol. IX, No. 28.



MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN VESSELS.

(Week ending at 6 p. m., February 27, 1916.)



THROUGH THE CANAL — PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.





Vessel


Nationality


Line


From


For


CARGO


CANAL
TONNAGE


Entered


Nature


Tons


Cross 1 Net


Feb. 21


Potomac (tug)


American












|










1



PORT OF CRISTOBAL.







♦Arrivals.








♦Departures




Date


Vessel


Line


From


Date


Vessel


Line


For


Feb. 22

Feb. 22

Feb. 23

Feb. 26


,,


French Line


Bordeaux.
Liverpool.
Gulfport.
Port Limon.


Feb. 23 . . .
Feb. 26. ..
Feb. 26...
Feb. 27 . . .


Europa




Genoa.




Robert Wilcox & Co

Elders & Fyffes






Ethel Clarke (bark).


Haiti




Brunswick, Ga.
Bordeaux.



♦Expected Arrivals.



♦Expected Departures.



Feb. 28...
Feb. 29 . . .
March 18.



Patria

Kilpatrick.
Albanian. .



Cuban Government —
U. S. Army transport.
Ley land Line



Havana.

Galveston.

Liverpool.



Li ma lite

! Patria

Albanian

Wisdom (yacht).
Ethel Clarke



International Petroleum Co.

Cuban Government

Ley land Line

Private

Robert Wilcox & Co



Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Unknown.
Gulfport.



♦Other than United Fruit Company's vessels and vessels in regular service with United States.



PORT OF BALBOA.



Departures.



Date.

Feb. 21. .
Feb. 22 . .
Feb. 22. .
Feb. 23 . .
Feb. 24. .
Feb. 24. .
Feb. 26. .



Vessel



Line



From



Date



Vessel



Line



For



Clapet No. 2.
La Primer a . . .

Eurana

Aysen

Denver

Urubamba. . . .
Mayfair



Pinel Brothers.

Standard Oil Co

Walker, Armstrong & Co..
South American S. S. Co..

United States Navy

Peruvian Line

South Sea Navigation Co .



Panama.

San Francisco.

Tacoma.

Valparaiso.

Nicaragua.

Callao.

San Francisco.



Feb. 21.

Feb. 21.
Feb. 21.
.Feb. 21.
Feb. 23 .
Feb. 24 .
Feb. 25.



Huallaga

Santa Maria. .

Jamaica

Clapet No. 2.
La Primera . . .

Eurana

Salvador



Peruvian Line

Santa Maria S. S. Co

Pacific Steam Nav. Co

Pinel Brothers

Standard Oil Co

Walker, Armstrong & Co.
Pacific Steam Nav. Co. . .



Callao.

Port San Luis.

Buenaventura.

Panama.

San Francisco.

Bordeaux.

Salina Cruz.



Expected Arrivals. Expected Departures.


Feb. 27....
Feb. 27 ... .




Pacific Steam Nav. Co

W. Scoresby Routledge

South American S. S. Co.
South American S. S. Co . . .


Guayaquil.
Chilean ports.
South American pts
Tocopilla.
San Francisco.
Co rone 1.
Valparaiso.
Guayaquil.
Valparaiso.


Feb. 28. . .
Feb. 28 . . .
Feb. 28. ..
Feb. 29...
March 1 . .






Callao.






South American S. S. Co. . .
Pacific Steam Nav. Co


Valparaiso.






Tumaco.






Nicaragua.




Mana (yacht)




Peruvian ports.


Feb. 28 ... .
Feb. 29 ... .

March 2 . . .
March 7 . . .
March 9. . .











































their times on the first line and heights on the second
line of each day; a comparison of consecutive heights



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