The oil tanker Amptco and (26 Aug 1919)

The oil tanker Amptco and schooner Harcinger collide offshore Miami. The disabled schooner makes it to port. (26 Aug 1919)

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The deep draft tug Victory (25 Aug 1919)

The deep draft tug Victory will attempt to enter the bay via Government Cut. (25 Aug 1919)

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Lack of materials caused by (23 Aug 1919)

Lack of materials caused by the railroad strike stops the improvements on Star Island. (23 Aug 1919)

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Whiskey raids on a sunken (23 Aug 1919)

Whiskey raids on a sunken boat in the Seybold canal and the yacht Osceola prove successful. (23 Aug 1919)

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Bimini Bay Rod & Gun (20 Aug 1919)

Bimini Bay Rod & Gun Club construction continues under the supervision of Charles Thompson. (20 Aug 1919)

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The yacht Cynthiana returns from (16 Aug 1919)

The yacht Cynthiana returns from Bimini with big shots who are viewing the construction of the posh fish club. (16 Aug 1919)

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The Government Cut jetty extension (15 Aug 1919)

The Government Cut jetty extension contract, let to Comer and Webster, requires granite. James Webster, a retired wrecker, has located and salvaged 1000 tons of high grade Vermont granite from wrecked steamers along the coast. He is salvaging more from depths of 40 feet and all of it will be used on the jetties. (15 Aug 1919)

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