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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, June 28, 1922

Pacific Coast Coal Co. Logo 1922Results last Sunday

Black Diamond 21, Carbonado 0.
Issaquah 19, Fairfax 5.
Newcastle 26, Burnett 1.

Games next Sunday

Black Diamond – Newcastle, at Black Diamond.
Burnett – Carbonado, at Burnett.
Issaquah – Fairfax, at Fairfax.

Standing of teams

Won Lost Percent
Black Diamond 5 0 1.000
Issaquah 4 1 .800
Newcastle 3 2 .600
Fairfax 2 3 .400
Carbonado 1 4 .200
Burnett 0 5 .000

There is now no question that Black Diamond win be one of the clubs to compete for the $150 prize offered to the team that wins the game played at Black Diamond on July 4. Its percentage is 1.000, and it could not be displaced even if it lost the only other game to be played before the Fourth, next Sunday. (more…)

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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, June 28, 1922

THE BIG FOUR: Left to right. Supt. Ash, Newcastle; Supt. Simpson, Burnett; Supt. Morgan, Issaquah; Supt. Jones, Black Diamond. The Bulletin takes pleasure in presenting the above group photograph of the four superintendents of the Pacific Coast Coal Company mines now operating. It shows how the Big Four look in their store clothes. When they are working three of them generally wear hats to conceal their bald heads. The picture was taken by Ye Ed in Seattle on the day the Central Council, of which the superintendents are members, had its last meeting. The session lasted until noon, and it would take no Sherlock Holmes to deduce from the smiles on the faces of the superintendents that harmony and team work marked the proceedings.

THE BIG FOUR: Left to right. Supt. Ash, Newcastle; Supt. Simpson, Burnett; Supt. Morgan, Issaquah; Supt. Jones, Black Diamond. The Bulletin takes pleasure in presenting the above group photograph of the four superintendents of the Pacific Coast Coal Company mines now operating. It shows how the Big Four look in their store clothes. When they are working three of them generally wear hats to conceal their bald heads. The picture was taken by in Seattle on the day the Central Council, of which the superintendents are members, had its last meeting. The session lasted until noon, and it would take no Sherlock Holmes to deduce from the smiles on the faces of the superintendents that harmony and team work marked the proceedings.

Mr. Walter Barnum of New York, treasurer of The Pacific Coast Company, of which the Pacific Coast Coal Company is a subsidiary, visited the Coast during the first two weeks of June, and joined President Ward and other local officials in a thorough inspection of the coal company properties. (more…)

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