The big flag is displayed over Chinatown in honor of the Chinese New Year.

The big Halverson tug Golden Eagle, Charles Codding, master, arrived in port yesterday morning towing in a huge barge loaded with pine lumber for Camm & Hedges. The tug brought her tow right up the river to the Bowles wharf in the rear of the Argus office and it was a pretty piece of work to see her dock. She is now discharging her cargo and an interested crowd of people watched the proceedings.

The season for cottontail rabbits will not reopen until  August. During the season, many hunters successfully secured their share of the game. The limit per day is 15.

Last night, H.S. Gutermute was awarded the contract to install four illuminated dials on the town clock on the Masonic Temple. The dials are 6 inches longer both ways than the present dial and letters will be white on a black background. Mr. Gutermute will install everything except the wiring, which will be done by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company, and the clock will be illuminated before many weeks have passed.

Scientific Farming – or farming with dynamite. Large crops. Better quality. Plant your orchard by dynamite method. Surr and Price, contractors, Santa Rosa.

First showing of new spring ginghams on exhibition in our window, W.A. Tough, dry goods.

To further celebrate the opening of his splendid new restaurant, The Louvre, on Kentucky Street, this evening at 8 o’clock, Mine Host Haleas will entertain a party of 32 well-known citizens: city officials, press representatives, professional and businessmen and among them will be many who appreciate good eating.

A unique little exhibit, indicative of the resources of Petaluma, is on its way to Ghent, Belgium where an international fair will be held, with over 2 million people expected to visit. The structure is in redwood bark, and redwood and grains constitute the decorations. The redwood will have no competition at this fair and thus will be the center of much attention.