Archive for October 3rd, 2018

Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, October 3, 1924

Within the past week a German freighter, the Luise Hemsoth, and a British ocean carrier, the Ashworth, both took bunker coal at the Pacific Coast Coal Company bunkers. (more…)

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Originally published in The Seattle Daily Times, October 3, 1906

September shows big increase for Pacific Coast Co. despite fact that working days were somewhat reduced

The Pacific Coast Company’s mines during September produced approximately 74,000 tons of coal, the largest output the company has had in a single month during its history. September beat the August record, despite the fact that there were three less working days during the month just closed. In August the company’s mines produced 71,700 tons and in July there was produced 67,500 tons. (more…)

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