Transport: Shore Strikes

¶ In San Francisco, Calif, last week the crew of Pacific Steamship's liner H. F. Alexander struck for $30 dismissal wages.

¶ In Astoria, Ore., States Steamship's freighter San Anselmo was held in port by striking longshoremen.

¶In Hilo, Hawaii, the Matson liner Matsonia left strikers on the beach, sailed with a skeleton crew.

¶ In Berkeley, Calif., longshoremen refused to unload a cargo of copra from Portland California Steamship's freighter Admiral Nulton because they would have to pass through the picket lines of the striking Warehousemen's Union to reach her.

¶ In San Francisco...

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