WHAT THE CLUB IS TRYING TO PREVENT.
casting grotesque shadows on the landscape; and these are
but a few of the beauties garnered here.
Here the San Francisco Examiner's Marine Observatory is located, whose telescope is said to sight ships seventy miles at sea.
THE MOUNTAIN TRAIN.
But this is not the only walk on the
Mountain. Many trails wind about its sides disclosing shady
nooks, a delightful cool spring and countless other
surprises, which are easily reached owing to the guidance of
artistic little signs which appear at short distances apart,
while location rods are placed at intervals on the path
circling the Mountain, enabling the visitor to find the
various points of interest without any difficulty.
THROUGH THE REDWOODS.
A few hundred feet from the Tavern is
located a Government Weather Bureau, and in its proximity is
to be placed the seismo-graph now being made in Strasburg,
TURNING INNUMERABLE CURVES.
by order of the Weather Bureau Department in Washington.
The instrument is said to be on a more elaborate plan than
any in this country except the one in Washington, D. C., of
which this will be a counterpart. Some time is required for
its completion, so, presumably it will not be installed and
ready to receive earthquakes until early next year.