Passengers, Seaports, Captains
SS City of Para
Pacific Coast Notes
San Franncsico, July 28, 1919 -- The Green Coffee Association of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce reports the following arrivals during July, with coffee consigned to members:
|July 5, 1919||SS City of Para||36,240|
|July 5, 1919||SS Nanking||13,742|
|July 8, 1919||SS San Antonio||6,253|
|July 8, 1919||SS Fairhaven||15,020|
|July 14, 1919||SS Centralia||5,509|
|July 18, 1919||SS Northland||17,206|
|July 24, 1919||Geo. W. Elder||22,071|
...There were several coffee planters on the Pacific mail steamer City of Para, which recently arrived at San Francsico, including the "coffee crown prince of Nicaragua," and they declared that all the coffee of the central republic is not being shipped to Europe, as evidenced by the fact that 34,355 bags of their goods were in the holds of the City of Para. The "coffee crown prince of Nicaragua" is Roman Gonzales. His father is known as the "coffee king of Nicaragua."
Among the other coffee planters on the City of Para were Jose A. Salaverria, a Salvadorean, who brought his twon sons here to be placed in school; Eduardo Lacayo, a Nicaraguan, who is taking his daughter to London to complete her education, and Charles E. Morduant, of Mexico.