Ships plying between Miami and (29 Jun 1914)

Ships plying between Miami and Nassau: Harbinger, Francis E, schooners S. E. Douglas, Admiral, Winifred M., Hattie Darling, Julia Elizabeth, Fearless, Louise F. and William H. Albury. (29 Jun 1914)

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Nine miles of railroad has (22 Jun 1914)

Nine miles of railroad has been built on the Detroit – Cape Sable Highway by the Model Land Company. (22 Jun 1914)

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The new 220-foot steamer Van (5 Jun 1914)

The new 220-foot steamer Van will ply between Miami and Jacksonville. With a capacity of 600 tons it’s the largest ship to enter the Port of Miami. (5 Jun 1914)

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Parties who helped Captain Thompson (1 Jun 1914)

Parties who helped Captain Thompson land the sea monster in May of 1912 are in court seeking an interest in the exhibition profits. (1 Jun 1914)

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