August 16, 1913 – From Bellingham comes the news that a few days ago when the run of sockeyes was on, cannery tenders had a great deal of trouble in passing through Rosario straits, as the hulls slid over the slippery mass of fish which would get entangled in the propeller in such a quantity as to impede their progress.
The crew of the tender Vermont returned with the decks covered with fish which they speared while on their way to the cannery. It is four years since such a run was on.
“Grass-widowers” had better be careful and wash their own dishes.
August 24, 1983 – Petersburg rec...