If you cannot read the names of the towns/places, here they are, north to south along the coastline. A few names are new to me, and I note that Torquay is not mentioned.
Omondaga [Please read John’s email below]
Green Canyon (see story below)
New Years Pt,
Scott (repeated again)
Then we’re out of San Mateo County and into Santa Cruz, so I’m not going to mention anything there, not much anyway.
Other moew familiar San Mateo County places named to the east of the Pacific Ocean include:
San Bruno, San Mateo, ,Redwood, Palo Alto, La Honda, Bellevale, Big Basin, Swanton and Folger
Very interesting, isn’t it?
From John Vonderlin
Email John (firstname.lastname@example.org)
OFF A CLIFF
Thugs Kick Railroad-Man
Till Insensible, Rob Him
and Then Try To Do Murder
SAVED BY LEDGE
Victim Lands Upon Projec
tion Twenty Feet From Top
and Escapes Awful Death
SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO. April. l3
the Ocean Shore Railroad has brought
here news, of a most sensational incident
small sum of money due him by the
railroad company. He repaired to a
saloon nearby and bought several
drinks. On leaving the place he did
not notice three or four evil-looking
fellows who were loitering about the
place, Had he done so he would have
escaped a thrilling experience.
the cliffs descend .more than one hun-
Nggard, kicked him into insensibility,
robbed him, and threw him over the
bank. Fortunately, the man fell upon
a projecting ledge on the cliff, about
twenty feet from the top. How long
he remained there no one knows, but he
was discovered by some of his fellow
workmen, and after much difficulty res-
Shore Railroad and outrages of various
kinds are of frequent occurrence.