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August 1, 1914 – An unaccountable late season has somewhat worried the cannery men up till now; and great apprehension was felt all along that possibly this year would also prove another failure. However, the last few days have shown better. Out of 8,000 salmon brought in Thursday evening at the company's cannery, 4,000 were sockeyes. The sockeye this season has helped considerably. Capt. Sanderson of the company's cannery tender, the Marian, said that nearly 4,000 cases of sockeye were already put up by the company with a bright prospect of a good many more thousand. The company has some...

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