Archive for December 3rd, 2016

Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, December 3, 1903

pacific_coast_ss_co_flyer_croppedAccording to a statement issued by the Pacific Coast Company, the gross earnings of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company for the past year show an increase of $66,934.31 over the preceding year. The various routes operated have all contributed satisfactory increases, with the exception of the Southeastern Alaska and Nome routes, which show a decrease over former seasons owing to competition.

During the year the Port Hartford Wharf, owned by the Pacific Coast Railway Company, the Skagway Wharf, owned by the Alaska Southern Wharf Company, and the Juneau Wharf, owned by the Pacific Coast Company, were this year leased to and operated by the Pacific Coast Steamship Company. (more…)

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