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John Mackie in the Vancouver Sun writes: “Gassy Jack Deighton was apparently quite a storyteller. But he doesn’t seem to have been much of a businessman.

When he died on May 23, 1875, the founder of Gastown left behind almost $5,000 in debt, the equivalent of about $115,000 today.

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Hastings Milll unloading

Ships loading lumber at Hastings Saw Mill in Vancouver, 1896. PNGSee

John Mackie has written a Vancouver Sun article about an 1865 ledger from the Hasting Sawmill and Captain Edward Stamp in the earliest days of Vancouver.

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