Kansan goods for East Coast Jan 1926
Freighter Loads 2000 Tons Here For East Coast Kansas Stows Varied Cargo of Fruit, Canned Goods and Magnesite. Tha American-Hawaiian American-Hawaiian American-Hawaiian Line freighter Kansan, one of the newest additions to the big intercoastal fleet, Bpent yesterday and part of this morning stowing Oakland freight Into its holds for delivery to the Atlantic -coast. -coast. The vessel took aboard more than two thousand thousand tons of cargo of a widely mixed ' variety. The chief Items listed on the aianlfests were dried fruita, canned goods, both fruit and vegetables, vegetables, a large consignment of tomato tomato puree from the San Leandro fields, pencil slates from the Nlles district, ana magnesite irora mo lower and easterly sections of the ounty. The freight movement In seasons! products Is unusually heavy just now. This is brought about by the fact that the shippers are endeavor- endeavor- Ing to get then stored wares out 01 the shads and on their way to the East ooast before March 1. when the rate on this type of goods jumps up one dollar on the thousand. Kates on other commodities were jumped the first of the year. A cargo of automobiles and 100 tons of seneral freight went aboard the MeCormlck Line freighter Brookings at the Lawrence Terminal Terminal yesterday. The shipments are to be delivered In Portland.