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128,361


442.182


4,732,385


2,065.184


135,410


48,580


306.482


3,885,577


864.828


126,804


64,002


305 734


3,639,805


1.078.909


70,132


114,422


414,812


3,802.262


1,353,591


59,216


172,888


419.786


3.197.734


1.052.834


11,191


189,825


519.291


4.336. 199


953,397


54.909


275,619


367,177


3.565,381


1,000,171


39,410


253,444


527.426


5,913.013


870,570


18,558


244,500


805J8«>


6.107,426


1,395,391


17,630


811,389


590.409


4,281.056


1,331,101


40,584


298,148


486,421


3,798,574


suw.aWJ


14,465


209,802


788,974


5,183,540


877,144


19.623


300,407



Freight Tonnage Classified by Canals and Products.
The total quantity of freight passed through the several divisions of the canals is as follows:

Season OF 1894.



Farm
Stock.
Tons.

Welland 39

St. Lawrence 1.004

Chambly 2**

Ottawa 971

Rideau 9

St. Peter's •

Murray 28

Trent Valley 25



Forest








Produce of


Manu-


Merchan-


Agricultural
Products.


Wood.


factures.


dise.


Tons.


Tons.


Tons.


Tons.


145,929


14,172


253.316


594,765


115.946


66,655


348,025


355,148


151.732


18.312


90,463


16,817


548,747


196


6,347


5,749


64.633


3,511


23,547


2,779


6,269




36,007


13,184


8.360


3,«31


4.768


4,901


36.076


25


140


5



Total.

Tons.

1,008,221

886,778

277,608

562,010

94,479

55,460

21,888

38,271



Season op 1895.



Welland 26

St. Lawrence 2.730

Chambly 316

Ottawa 998

Rideau 15

St. Peter's

Murray I s

Trent Valley 48

Totaia«5) *,1S1

Total (1894) 2,380



121,846


25,438


232,537


480,748


869,595


111,533


59,312


338,793


315,860


828,228


£36,197


7,447


108,611


21,456


359,027


532,084


148


4,827


3,163


541,220


55,563


3,031


26,342


3,802


88,753


712


39


6,944


2,133


9,828


4,446


821


4.224


1.815


11,324


30,899


440


678


201


32^66


1,083,280


98,676


717,956


838,178


2.740,241


1,077,692


106,702


762,613


993,348


2,942,715



Season of 1896.



Welland 38

St. Lawrence 1,163

Chambly 3?8

Ottawa 900

Rideau 21

St. Peter's.

Murray. 15

TrentValley 93



160,232


38,579


287,776


793,362


108,063


65.461


343,473


597,540


221,853


11,239


99,522


11,993


490,482


134


6,566


3,964


46,102


3,540


20,297 •


3,347


6.332




51,137


8,039


2.489


1,584


6,122


2,846


20,650


17s


160


64



1,279,987

1.118,690

344,925

502,046

73,307

65,508

13,056

21,145



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STEAMSHIP LINES FROM NEW YORE TO FOREIGN PORTS.



New York to Great Britain.

1. Anchor Line (British), 7 Bowling Green.— Express, passenger, and mail service weekly to Mo-
ville and Glasgow, via Londonderry, connecting with steamers to Naples, Genoa, Marseilles, and
Bombay and Calcutta.

2. American Line (International Navigation Company— American, British, Belgian flags),
6 Bowling Green.— Capital stock, $15,000,000, all owned In America. Express, passenger, and mail ser-
vice weekly to Southampton. Average period of voyage, under 7 days. (Line also from Philadelphia.)

3. Allan Stale Line (British), 63 Broadway.— Weekly passenger and freight service to Glasgow.
(Lines also from Montreal, Philadelphia, Boston, and Portland.)

4. Arrow Line (British), 11 Broadway.— Capital stock. $180,000, of which about $6,000 is American.
Service, principally freight, every two weeks to Leith and Dundee, with option of call at Glasgow or
Deptford. Average voyage, 10 days.

5. Atlantic Transport Line (British flag), 1 Broadway.— Capital, $8,000,000. almost exclusively
American. Weekly passenger service to London. Average voyage, under 11 days. (Lines also from
Baltimore and Philadelphia.) Through bills of lading to all European and Eastern points, particu-
larly Australian and New Zealand ports.

6. Bristol City Line (British), 25 Whitehall Street.— Every five days freight service to Bristol and
ports in British Channel.

7. Cunard Steamship Line (British), 4 Bowling Green.— Capital stock, $10,000,000. Express, pas-
senger, and mail service weekly to Liverpool, via Queenstown. Average voyage, under 7 days. (Line
also from Boston.)

8. Bibby Line, 9 Stone Street.— New York, via Liverpool, to Marseilles, Colombo, and Rangoon.

9. White Star Line (British), 9 Broadway.- Express service weekly to Queenstown and Liver-
pool. Average voyage, under 7 days. Also freight and live-stock service.

10. Lamport A Holt Line (British), 801 Produce Exchange.— Weekly freight to Manchester,
going up canal and delivering direct. Freight service to London, Liverpool, and Antwerp occasion-
ally.

11. WUson Line (British), 29 Broadway.— Weekly service to Hull, and fortnightly to Newcastle,
chiefly freight. Average voyage to HulL 12 days; to Newcastle, 14 days. (Also fortnightly service
from Boston to Hull, and line from New Orleans.)

12. Manhanset Line (British flag).— Capital stock, $962,500; all American, with exception of one
small interest. Service every 10 days to Bristol and Swansea, Wales. (Line also from Baltimore.)

13. National Line (British).— Capital stock, $1,000,000. Weekly freight and* live-stock service to
London. Average voyage, 12 to 14 days.

14. Sumner Line (American).— Irregular freight and cattle service to Liverpool by chartered
vessels of various flags.

15. Hamburg-American Line (German), 87 Broadway.— Capital stock, $12,000,000. Total tonnage,
422,655; number of vessels, 147. Express passenger service to Southampton. Average voyage, «H
days.

16. North German Lloyd (German).— Bi-weekly express, mail, and passenger service to South-
ampton. Average voyage, 6H days.

17. Compagnie OinSrale TransaUantique (French).— Express, passenger, and mail service weekly
to Southampton.

New York to Germany.

[15]. Hamburg-American Line (German).— Weekly express, mail, and passenger service to Ham-
burg via Cherbourg and Southampton ; average period of ocean voyage, 6>£ days. Weekly mail and
passenger service to Hamburg via Boulogne-sur-Mer ; average period of voyage, 10 to 11 days. Semi-
monthly freight service to Hamburg direct, returning via Havre : average period of voyage. 13 to 14
days. (Lines also from Montreal, Portland, Galveston, Boston, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New Or-
leans.)

[16]. North German Lloyd (German), 2 Bowling Green.— Bi-weekly express, mail, passenger, and
freight service to Bremen, via Southampton, connecting with the company's Imperial German Mail
steamers to Eastern Asia, Australia, Brazil, River Plate. Average voyage to Southampton, 6 days.
(Line also from Baltimore to Bremen, and from Galveston during season.)

18. Union Line (German).— Fortnightly passenger and freight service to Hamburg. Round trip.
6 weeks. >

19. VoQcmann Line (chartered steamers of various flags). Produce Exchange.— Freight service
to Hamburg two to three times per month ; average voyage. 14 to 15 days. (Line also from Norfolk.)
Through bills of lading to Baltic ports, Constantinople, Brails, Galats, Russian and Australian ports*



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New York to France.
JQ. Bordeaux Line (French flag).— Monthly freight service to Bordeaux ; average passage, 10



days.

[17]. Compagnie Generate Transatlantique (French). - Capital stock, $8,000,000. Express, passen-
ger, and mail service weekly, via Southampton, to Havre. Average voyage, under days.

2L Compagnie Nationale de Navigation de ManeiOe (French).— Capital stock, $1,500,000. Passen-
ger and freight service to Marseilles and Naples ; sailings depending upon traffic. Average voyage,

8L Fabrt Line (French), 47 South Street.— Fortnightly passenger and freight service to Mar-
si Average voyage, 15 to 17 days.
28. Nouvettc Compaonie Bordelaise de Navigation (French).— Capital stock, $150,000, partly Amerl-



Monthly freight service to Bordeaux,
£15
voyage,



[15]. Harnburq-American Line (German).— Express passenger service to Cherbourg; average
6K days. Mail and passenger service to Boulogne-sur-Mer ; average voyage, 10 days.



New York to the Netherlands.

24. HoVand-Ameriea Line (Dutch), 80 Broadway.— Capital stock, $1,680,000. Express, passenger,
and mail service semi-weekly to Rotterdam and Amsterdam, calling at Boulogne. Average voyage,

95. North American Transport Line (British flag ; American charters).— Freight service to Rotter-
dam every 10 days. Average period of voyage, 15 days.



New York to Belgium.

[t]. International Navigation Company, Red Star Line (under Belgian flag).— Semi-weekly pas-
r and freight service to Antwerp.
». Phomlx Line (British), 28 Broadway.— Weekly freight and live-stock service to Antwerp.
Average voyage, 14 days.

New York to the Baltic.

27. Danish Star Line (Danish), 808 Produce Exchange.— Fortnightly passenger and freight ser-
vice to Copenhagen and Stettin.

[15]. Hamburg- American Line.— Fortnightly to Copenhagen and Stettin. Average voyage, 15
days.

28. Scandinavian- American Line (Danish).— Capital stock, $686,000. Service every 10 days to
Chrlstiansand, Christiania, Copenhagen, and Stettin.

[11]. Wilson Line (British).— Freight about once a month to Gothenburg.

\

\f New York to Portugal and Spain.

t&. Bmpreea Insulana (Portuguese), 29 Broadway.— Passenger and freight service to the Azores*
Cape Verde, Canary Islands, and Lisbon every 6 weeks. Usual voyage to Lisbon, 15 days.

80. Linha de Vaporcs Portuguczee (Portuguese), 9 Stone Street.— Passenger and freight service
to Aaores, Madeira, Lisbon, and Oporto monthly. Voyage to Azores, 8 days.

[841 Prince Line (British), 61 Broadway. -Passenger service to the Azores every 8 weeks. Voy-
age, Todays.

New York to the Mediterranean.

[1]. Anchor Line.— To Gibraltar, Naples, Genoa, Leghorn, Messina, and Palermo. Service is fort-
nlghtly.

[15]. Hamburg- American Line. - Express passenger service to Gibraltar, Naples, and Genoa in
conjunction, during the winter, with the North German Lloyd.

[221. Fabre Lin*, (French), 47 South Street.— Fortnightly pasFenger and freight service to Mar-
seilles (15 to 17 days) and Naples (15 to 17 days), with transshipment to all other Mediterranean ports.

81. Austro-Amcrican Line, Produce Exchange. -Monthly service to Genoa and Trieste. Through
bills of lading for Italy, Sicily, Levant, and Black Sea ports. Also. Red Sea and India.

SB. Navigazione Generale Italian a (Itiilian).-Capital stock, $10,600,000. Passenger and freight ser-
vice fortnightly to Gibraltar (15 days) and Genoa (19 days).

North German Lloyd- Weekly express passenger service to Gibraltar, Naples, and Oenoa,



With the Hamburg-American.



[16]. North German Lloyd- Weekly express passenger service to Gibraltar, Naples, ann "enoa,
connecting with Company's Imperial mail steamers to Egypt, en route tor Baste rn Asia and Australia.
Average voyage, 11 days. Also, weekly passenger service to Naples in conjunction, during the winter*

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38. Mediterranean and New York Steamship Company, .Ltd.— Phelps Line (British flag), 11 Broad-
way.— American capital. Freight to Mediterranean ports; also, to Aden, Bombay, and other Far
East ports.

34. Prince Line.— Passenger and cargo service every 3 weeks to Naples, Genoa, and Leghorn, via
Azores. Freight for Adriatic and Black Seas ; also, for Aden, Bombay, and other Far East ports.

China and Japan, India and the Far East

35. Edward Perry A CoSs Line (Suez Canal route). Produce Exchange Annex.— Monthly service
(or according to requirements of trade) to Aden, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Yokohama, Kobe,
and through bills of lading for East African ports, Persian Gulf, Java, and Straits ; also for China and
Japan coast ports, and Vladivostok, etc. (Lines also from Mobile, New Orleans, and Galveston.)

36. Barber & C«.V Lint % Produce Exchange.- China and Japan, via Suez Canal, for Aden, Singa-
pore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Moji, Kobe, Yokohama, and Vladivostok, and through bills of lading to
all Eastern ports.

37. Ocean Transport Company, 301 Produce Exchange.- Monthly service to China and Japan
ports, via Suez Canal, to Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Moji, Kobe, and Yokohama, and through
bills of lading to ail Eastern ports.

38. United States and China-Japan Steamship Line, Produce Exchange Annex.— Via Suez Canal
for Singapore, Hong Kong. Shanghai, Kobe, and Yokohama, via Red Sea ports. Through bills or lading
for Beira. Mombasa. Zanzibar, Mauritius, Java, the Philippines, Saigon, Foochow, Amoy, Chefoo,
Taku Bar, and Tientsin. (Also service from Gulf ports.)

39. American and Indian Line, 115 Produce Exchange.- Service via Suez Canal to Aden, Bom-
bay, Colombo, Madras, and Calcutta. Through bills of lading for Zanzibar and Tamitave, etc.

40. United States and Australasia Steamship Company, 60 New Street.— Monthly service to
Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and New Zealand ports.

41. Norton's Line, 115 Produce Exchange.— Monthly sailings to Fremantle, Adelaide, Melbourne*
Sydney, Brisbane, and New Zealand.

42. Pyser Line, Ltd\, Produce Exchange.— Sailings to Melbourne, 8ydney, Auckland, Welling-
ton, Littleton, and Port Chalmers.

43. American and African Line, 115 Produce Exchange.— 8ervice about bi-weekly to Cape Town,
Port Elizabeth (Algoa Bay), East London, Port Natal, and Delagoa Bay ; also to Mossel Bay, Tamitave,
Zanzibar, Mauritius, and Reunion. Through bills of lading to lnhambane, Mozambique, QuiUimane,
and Beira.

44. Union Clan Line (British), Produce Exchange.— Bi-weekly service to Cape Town, Mossel Bay,
Port Elizabeth (Algoa Bay), East London, Port Natal, and Delagoa Bay ; also to Mauritius or Tami-
tave.

45. United States and South Africa Steamship Line, Produce Exchange.— Cape Town, Port Eliza-
beth, East London, Natal, and Delagoa Bay.

46. South and East African Mail Line, 35 South William Street.— Through bills of lading and
passenger tickets issued to Cape Town, Algoa Bay, Mossel Bay, Knysna, East London, Mozambique
Coast, Mauritius, and Madagascar, via London. Weekly sailings.

47. American and Australian Steamship Line, 115 Produce Exchange.— Monthly service to Fre-
mantle, Adelaide Wharf, Melbourne Wharf, Sydney, Brisbane, and New Zealand.

48. Union Steamship Company, Produce Exchange.— Through bills of lading via Southampton
to Cape Town, Algoa Bay, Mossel Bay, Kowie. East London, Natal, lnhambane, Beira, QuiUimane,
Mozambique, and Zanzibar.

40. Booth Steamship Company, Ltd., 88 Gold Street.— Foreign capital. Passenger, mail, and
freight service every 10 days to Para ; every 30 days to Manaos ; every 20 days to Ma ran ham and
Ceara. Boats to and from Para and Manaos touch at Barbados. The company operates 4 small
ocean steamers, especially constructed to ply in the waters of the Upper Amazon. They run from
Liverpool, Hamburg, Havre, Oporto, and Lisbon to lqiiitos. Peru. American cargo for Iquitos is
shipped, via Liverpool, at the same rates as charged on European cargo.

50. Red Cross Line (British), 113 Pearl Street.— Freight and mail service to Brazilian ports. Para
and Manaos, via Barbados. Through bills of lading issued to Iquitos, Peru, via Liverpool.

[41]. Norton IAne, 115 Produce Exchange.- Semi-monthly service to Montevideo, Buenos Ay res,
Rosario. Goods taken for La Plata. Colastina, St. Nicolas, Bah la Blttnca, etc.

[34]. Prince Line., Produce Exchange.— To Montevideo and Buenos Ayres, aud to Rio de Janeiro
direct, calling at Cabadille, Maceio, Bahia, and Victoria.

51. Panama Railroad Steamship Line (American), S9 Broadway— Capital stock, $9.0tX),ooo. Ex-
press, passenger, mail, and freight service every 10 days to Colon, Isthmus of Panama, connecting at
Colon with steamers for Cartagena, Santa Maria. Barranquilia, and Savanilla, and at Panama for
West Coast of South America. Average voyage, fy$ days. (Line also to San Francisco, Central
America, and West Coast of Mexico.)

52. United States and Brazil Line, Produce Exchange Annex.— Bi-weekly service to Pcrnara-
buco, Maceio, Rio de Jeneiro, and Santos.

53. Red D Line (American), 135 Front Street.— Mail, express, and passenger service everv 14 days
to Curacoa. Puerto Cabello, and La Guayra. Average round trip, 23 days. Also freight line to Maia-
caibo (two steamers) ; round trip, 26 days. Also one steamer connecting Curacoa and Maracafbo. and
one steamer connecting Curacoa and La Vela de Coro. Also calls at Porto Rico.

54. New York and Pacific Steamsliip Company, Ltd., 1 and 2 Hanover Square.- Capital sto«*k,
£150,000. Regular monthly service between New York and points in the Straits of Magellan and on
the West Coast of South America as far north as Guayaquil. Average voyage, 60 days.

[101. Lamport dt Holt Line- Regular passenger fortnightly service on the 5th and 30th of each
month direct to Pernambuco, Bahia, and Rio de Janeiro. Regular monthly freight service to Mouie-
video, Buenos Ayres, and Rosario. The company owus 70 steamers.

55. West Coast Line, 30 Broad Street.— Freight service about once in two months to all ports in
Chili. Peru, and Ecuador.



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[71]. Quebec Steamship Company, Ltd., 39 Broadway.— To Demerara. (Line also to West Indies.)

56. Merchants' Line, 1 and 2 Hanover Square (British flag).— American capital, $650,000. Monthly
freight service to Chili, Peru, and Ecuador, Punta Arenas, Coronel, Talcahuano, Valparaiso, Coquimbo,
Antofagasta^ Iquique, Pisagua, Arica, Mollendo, Pisco, Callao, etc., etc.

[60]. Atlas Line, 24 State Street.— To United States of Colombia fortnightly.

[62]. Konlnklijkt Westlndi&che MaUdUnst, & Beaver Street.— South American ports to Amster-
dam.

[63]. Compaftia TransaUdntica Espaflola.— Passenger and mail service to United States of Colom-
bia and Venezuela three times a month.

[70]. Demerara Line.— Fortnightly passenger, mail, and freight service to Demerara, touching
at St. Kitts, Guadeloupe, Martinique, and Barbados.

[71]. Quebec Steamship Company, Ltd. - To Demerara via Bermuda.

New York to Central America.

[51]. Panama Railroad Steamship Line, 29 Broadway.- Express, passenger, mail, and freight ser-
vice every lo days to Colon, Isthmus of Panama, connecting at Colon with steamers for Port Limon,
Costa Rica, and Grey town, Nicaragua, and at Panama for Central American ports. Average voyage,
6H days.

57. Colombian Line, 29 Broadway.— To Colon every 10 days. Average voyage, 10 days.

58. H. Dumois A Co. (charterers).— Freight service, chiefly bananas, to Baracoa and Gibara, from
tri- weekly to bi-monthly. (Lines also from Boston and Philadelphia.)

50. The Tweedie Trading Company, 9 Stone Street.— Fortnightly passenger, mail, and freight ser-
vice, to Belize, Puerto Cortez, Livingston, and Puerto barrios; weekly service to Jamaica.

New York to West Indies and Mexico.

60. Atlas Line (British), 24 State Street.— Weekly passenger and mall service to Jamaica and
port* of United States of Colombia and Costa Rica, fortnightly to Haitian ports and Nicaragua. Abo
special winter service to West Indies, South and Central America.

61. New York and Cuba Mail Steamship Company (American), 113 Wall Street.— Capital stock.
$2,500,000: all but 1800,000 American. Express, passenger, and mail service to Havana, Matanzas, and
Central American ports weekly. Also fortnightly service to Nassau, St. Jago, and Cienfuegos.

62. Koninkltyke West Indische Maildienst (Dutch), 82 Beaver Street.— Passenger and freight
service twice a month to Haiti, Curacoa, Puerto Cabello, La Guayra, Trinidad, Demerara, Para-
maribo, and other West Indian and South American ports to Amsterdam.

63. Onnpaflia TransaUdntiea Espaflola (Spanish).— Passenger and^mail service three times a
month to Havana, Mexico, United States of Colombia, and Venezuela.

64. Munson Steamship Line, 27 William Street— Weekly passenger and freight service to Cuba
and Mexico, Matanzas, Cardenas, Sagua, and Caibarien. Nue vitas and Gibara direct. Average period
of voyage, 21 days. (Line also from Halifax and Philadelphia to Havana, and from Philadelphia and
Norfolk to Mexican ports.)

65. Bahamas Steamship Company, Ltd. (British), 68 Pine Street.— Passenger and mail service
monthly to the Bahamas. Average voyage, 4 days.

66. Clyde's West India Line (American), 5 Bowling Green.— Fortnightly service to Dominican
ports via Turk's Island, and monthly service to Haitian ports via Inagua.

67. Baton Steamship Line, Produce Exchange Annex.— Freight service semi-monthly to Haitian
ports,— Cape Haitien, Port de Paix, Gonatves, 8t. Marc, and Aux Cayes, calling at Inagua.

[53]. Red D Line.— Passenger and mail service to Porto Rico bi-weekly, en route for Venezuela.

68. Trinidad Line, 20 Broadway.— Freight service to Granada and Trinidad, carrying through
freight for Tobago, Ciudad Bolivar, Carupana, Cumana, Quanta, and Cayenne.

69. New York and Porto Rico Steamship Company, 130 Pearl Street.— Fortnightly service to prin-
cipal Porto Rican ports.

70. Demerara Steamship Line, 100 Wall Street.— Fortnightly passenger, mail, and freight service
to St. Kitts, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Barbados, and Demerara. Hound trip, 30 days.

[57]. Panama Railroad Steamship Company.— Express, passenger, mail, and freight service every
10 days to Mexican ports on West Coast.

71. Quebec Steamship Company, Ltd., 30 Broadway (British).— To St. Thomas, St. Croix, Guade-
loupe, Martinique, St. Lucia, and Barbados.

72. New York, Bermuda, and West India Line (British).-Fortnightly passenger and mail service
to Bermuda. Average voyage, under 3 days.

ISO]. The Tweedie Trading Company— Weekly service to Jamaica.

78. Waydell A Co. (charterers).— Monthly service to Matanzas and north Cuban ports ; round
trip, 16 to 20 days. Also monthly to St. Jago de Cuba and Cienf uegos ; round trip, 28 to 80 days.

[50]. Red Cross Line (British).— Capital stock, $37C,000. partlv American. Passenger and freight
service every 10 days to Halifax, Nova Scotia, and St. Johns, Newfoundland. Average period of
round trip, 18 days.

74. The New York and Haiti Packet Line 'charterers).— Monthly service to Haiti.
76. La Kspahola Steamship Line. (Spanish flag).— Passenger and freight aervice monthly to Giba-
ra; fortnightly to Manzanillo and Cienfuegos.



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TIDE TABLES.
High and Low Water at Governor's Island, New York Harbor.

(Specially Compiled from Tables of U. S. Geodetic and Coast Survey.)
Eastern Standard Time Used. For New York Mean Time Add Four Minutes.



1899.

« — Day of — .

Mo. W'k.

1.. 8un. ..

2.. Mon...

8.. Tues..

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Thur..

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Sun...

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January.
^-High-^ ,— Low-,
a.m.
10.27
11.00 11.42



f.ra. a.m. p.m.
1.03 4.40 5.12



11.36

12.25 12.19
1.16 1.10



12.



14
15
16.



2.10
3.11
4.12
5.14
6.11
7.06
8.00
S.50



2.05
3.14



9.24



17.. Tues.

18. . Wed . .

19.. Thur.

20.. Fri....

21.. Sat. .

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25.. wea.,

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* Noon.

1899.
, — Day of—
Mo. W'k.

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9.. Thur..

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9.41 10.17
10.32 11.10
11.25 ....
12.05 12.20

1.01 1.20



2.01
3.01
4.00
4.55
5.45
6.30
7.12
7.50
8.25
8.56
9.26
9.tf



10.30 11.08



5.16

5.59

6.48

7.44

8.49

9 56
4.26 1L01 10.56
5.37*12.00 11.58
6.40 .... 12.55
.39 12.55 1.46
8.32 l.ol 2.36

2.45

3.39

4.34

5.31

6.30

7.34

8.38

9.39
4.40 10.37 10.40
5.84 11.30 11.33
6.25 .... 12.19
7.10 12.22 1.02
48 1.09

1.49

2.28

3.04

3.37

4.U

4.46



2.25
3.32



8.23
8.56
9.25
9.56
10.30



6.4'
6.25
7.(6
7.54
8.51
9.52



3.25
4.13
5.03
5.54
6.48
7.44
8.43
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