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1889.
709. Cape Foulweather, on Yaquina Head, sea-coast of Oregon.---An oil-house of galvanized iron resting upon a brick foundation was built.

1891.

829. Cape Foulweather, Oregon.---A 3,000-gallon redwood water-tank was put up near the barn, with new eave-troughs to the outbuildings, to increase the water supply.

1896

1033. Yaquina Head, Oregon.---Two small furnaces were put in. The barn being too small for the accommodation of the wagons, etc., a wagon shed was built. Various repairs were made.

1899

67. Yaquina Head, Oregon.---The quarters furnished the three Keepers are insufficient for their needs. These quarters can not be added to or altered to meet the needs of the station. A new building is required. It is estimated that a suitable one can be erected for not exceeding $4,000, and the Board recommends that an appropriation of that amount be made therefor.

1900

70. Yaquina Head, Oregon,---A hot-water heating apparatus was installed in the tower. A new cistern of 15,000 gallons capacity was built to replace the old one.

The following recommendation made in the Board's last annual report is renewed;

The quarters furnished the three Keepers are insufficient for their needs. These quarters can not be added to or altered to meet the needs of the station. A new building is required. It is estimated that a suitable one can be erected for not exceeding $4,000, and the Board recommends that an appropriation of that amount be made therefor.

1901

81. Yaquina Head, Oregon.---The following recommendation made in the Board's last two annual reports is renewed:

The quarters furnished the three Keepers are insufficient for their needs. These quarters can not be added to or altered to meet the needs of the station. A new building is required. It is estimated that a suitable one can be erected for not exceeding $4,000, and the Board recommends that an appropriation of that amount be made therefor.

1902

83. Yaquina Head, Oregon.---A new walk was laid from the dwelling to the workshop, and the foundations of the woodsheds were inclosed. Gates were put in the boundary fence, and much work was done on the road leading to the station in widening and draining it.

The following recommendation made the Board's last three annual reports is renewed:

The quarters furnished the three Keepers are insufficient for their needs. These quarters can not be added to or altered to meet the needs of the station. A new building is required. It is estimated that a suitable one can be erected for not exceeding $4,000, and the Board recommends that an appropriation of that amount be made therefor.

1903
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87. Yaquina Head, Oregon.---The road leading to the station was repaired by grading, ditching, and removing fallen trees and various other repairs were made.

1903
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87. Yaquina Head, Oregon.---The following recommendation, made in the Board's last four annual reports is renewed:

The quarters furnished the three Keepers are insufficient for their needs. These quarters can not be added to or altered to meet the needs of the station. A new building is required. It is estimated that a suitable one can be erected for not exceeding $4,000, and the Board recommends that an appropriation of that amount be made therefor.

1904

90. Yaquina Head, seacoast of Oregon.---The boundary fence was rebuilt. The following recommendation, made in the Board's last five annual reports is renewed:

The quarters furnished the three Keepers are insufficient for their needs. These quarters can not be added to or altered to meet the needs of the station. A new building is required. It is estimated that a suitable one can be erected for not exceeding $4,000, and the Board recommends that an appropriation of that amount be made therefor.

1905

90. Yaquina Head, seacoast of Oregon.---The following recommendation, made in the Board's last six annual reports is renewed:

The quarters furnished the three Keepers are insufficient for their needs. These quarters can not be added to or altered to meet the needs of the station. A new building is required. It is estimated that a suitable one can be erected for not exceeding $4,000, and the Board recommends that an appropriation of that amount be made therefor.

1906

91. Yaquina Head, seacoast of Oregon.---The following recommendation, made in the Board's last seven annual reports is renewed:

The quarters furnished the three Keepers are insufficient for their needs. These quarters can not be added to or altered to meet the needs of the station. A new building is required. It is estimated that a suitable one can be erected for not exceeding $4,000, and the Board recommends that an appropriation of that amount be made therefor.

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