1906: “The Coast Advocate believes that the extreme

headland of Pillar Point, the northern part of the crescent that gives to Halfmoon Bay its name, is the only location that should be considered for the purpose of the new life-saving station.

“This was the site of the old whaling station that flourished years ago, and it provides an excellent lookout. In fact, a view of the sea north and south from this promontory is best obtainable for a distance of thirty miles.”

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