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April 12, 2018

April 12, 1918 The shipping of halibut is at present badly handicapped on account of there being no ice available. N. Nelson states that during his sixteen years’ residence here this is the first time that LeConte glacier has been frozen up and inactive so late in the season. Until recently snow made a fair substitute for ice in packing fish, but since the warmer weather and rain softened up the snow this source of supply has become unsatisfactory. Eighty-three boxes of fish were shipped from Scow Bay the first of last week, and 26 boxes were shipped on the City of Seattle this week.


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