Due to local opposition the (29 Oct 1919)

Due to local opposition the U.S. Navy abandons the Dinner Key Naval Air Station. (29 Oct 1919)

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The USCG station number 209 (28 Oct 1919)

The USCG station number 209, commonly known as the House of Refuge about 4 miles north of Miami Beach, is to be discontinued on 1 November. (28 Oct 1919)

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The bell buoy moored at (23 Oct 1919)

The bell buoy moored at the end of the north jetty breaks loose and is wrecked on the rocks by the hurricane. The tender has been too busy to replace it. (23 Oct 1919)

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Schooners Mystery J Reedville C (20 Oct 1919)

Schooners Mystery J, Reedville, C. H. Hackley, Admiral and Flora Condon keep the municipal docks busy. (20 Oct 1919)

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The Gulf Refining Company wants (17 Oct 1919)

The Gulf Refining Company wants to dig deeper and wider channels on the east side of the bay. (17 Oct 1919)

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The derelict schooner Hugh Depayne (16 Oct 1919)

The derelict schooner Hugh Depayne is aground on St. Johns bar after drifting in the Gulf Stream since the hurricane. Captain Webster had searched but never found the ship. (16 Oct 1919)

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