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UNSETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
UNSETTLED. I.tjrht In the licit"]—it seouis to in&lt;&gt; .;. I'm lokliik. somewhat, my decision. And tf tboae moodi rel'uso to floe My brain will ni-.ii a close revision. '- Before I saw b«r, .t!. ttaeStates Were not tou vhsi for inn to stray In; But now i he limits ol per (fates Aro not too Minull tor nit- stay iv. On«e to but *:kM the violet's blue Whs 1.1. HlHl poi-l ever ranted; 3ut now ber c'§ di&gt; iner Innlias my li.-wil.li nil »ii/lil i-m -liniltud. 1,..ii i-ii-i'- blushlnir by » bed . Of suow-whito lilies fen! my irlancpt; That ktiu-1- i» few that oiitma -.- Bed— Her lips SBd clieeks ihame toiniHr lanc!&lt;&gt;*. « Til' 1 Hl'.' ..'MS? «onjr of IDOl'llllltf bird Was swoi.'tt'tt uiusio and lln: clearest; But n.)w '. J ■'."■i|m-i soul li stlrrud Uj liur low v.:ii c tlii'.t la the dearest. Ail, If (lilKlii'lirt desert SSS yet, " I'm will uware Unit I shoiii.l Und It Bntanirled In ■ iroldnn net. vv her- Ker rtoa tresses brig-btly bind It...
SHOP-LIFTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
SHOP-LIFTING. The Extent to Which it is Carried on In New York City. .1 Crime to Which Women are Particuliilly Ailcll&lt;U-&lt;l — How the Tlilevi-s are Dclcteil I'ltlful DWt' cii Kl«|&gt;li)iimnl». I . Few persons, «ayi a New York correspondent, railiaa lo what a great extent ■hop-lif.ing, as a trade, is carried on in this city. The wholesale storekeepers who suiller from these petty thefts, and the poUoe or private, detectives who are employed to catch dllriitleis of this kind, are perhaps the only oues who properly estimate, the large number of people that make a ,1 ractieu of robbing the counters. There i.-. a Hjtlondid field for the shop-lifters' operations in the immense stores of the metropolis. On a busy d:iv the amount of petty larceny committed is cnori ions. "The crowded store, the biistle and eonfutioi, the ihop-j[lrl with more i ugfomen than si ■ • can attend to, and ,a score of other thing*, all aid in the KUOCOMfuI iiilfcring of ■mall articles....
THE STORY OF THE NISERO. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
THE STORY OF THE NISERO. Wreck of a British Steamer. the Capture of her Crew and Their Subsequent Sufferings at the Hands of the Natives of .Sumatra. The Nisero was an iron screw steamer of one thousand eight hundred and eighteen tons, which set out from Liverpool in June, 1882, 6a a voyage to Penang. She was nearly wrecked by grounding on a sand-bank near the Twelve Apostles, seven day* from Suez, but was got oft', and : reached Penang on July 22;. From Penang the steamer went to Singapore, Batavia and some other portn, and was then chartered by a Chinese merchant for three months to trade in rico. On November 7 the crew were short of coal, and put about for Acjiuen head. On the next evening the vessel ran aground again, and became a wreck. The crew of eight and fwentv men escaped with dillieulty. and found themselves at Pongah, on the Sumatran coast, ■ hundred miles or so south of Acheen head, to which they had been directing their course. The wrecked crow at once realized their p...
FOOL GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
FOOL GOLD. Hill N.ie Telia How ll« W&gt;nl Vrl.'i ■- For- I iinn nn I . liln'l &lt;x-! 11. It is singular how soon a plain, unassuming ml rfool bri (Hilt 1* au export* enced mill apd mountaineer. — ill his mmd —aiul how, soon lie begins to converse about diflicult ..;.il dungorons terms in mining. lie begins In two days to talk Rboul blossom rock, surface indication* and tloat, Inside of a week he converses fively on the subject of "colors, milling ore, refractory ore, contact, eoppei- utitiiis, carbonate formations, dips, ])Ui-. variations, assessment work, ore on it-* dump, ore in sight, mill runs, true Qasnres, mineral in place, pyrites of poverty, sulphates of disappointment," etc.. etc. One summer day I went out into the mountains with hope springing eternal in my breast. I did not tell anyone what mv scheme was. but I fully intended to wresl a comfortable fortune from the bowels ol the earth. .A*. I write these lines. I learn thai the aforesaid bowels remain In...
The Mother's Cut. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
The Mother's Cut. You can always tell a boy, whoso mother cuts his hair by the way he stii|i&lt; in tlie street and wriggles. his shoulders. When a fond mother has to ciil her boy's hair she draws tho fronthnir over his eyes and, leaves it there, while .slio cuts that which is at tho back. The hair which lies over his eyes appean to be surcharged with eleotrio needles, and that which is silently dropping down under his collar baud appears to boon tire. She has unconsciously pushed his uoad forward until hi.s no»e prcssos his breast. In th 6 meantime he is -ci/,od With an Irresistible desire to blow his note, but he recollect!! that his handkerchief is in tliu other room. Then a fly light* on hla nosi'.aiHi ii doen so unexpectedly that he Involnotarllv dodof«!«, and catohe* the point of the shear.- in his left ear. At this he commences to cry i&gt;nit wish ho was a man. Uul his motnerdoesn't notice him. When me is through she holds his jacket collar bnck from bU Deck,...
THE SALON. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
THE SALON. A Wrll-Kliotvu Inntitutlon Tli:tl U BMMI* ti:lll&gt; I rt'llrll. Then are tome word-; that havo a charm about tliem which never fades, and an interest which never Bajpi. To thoVa who care for France, her literature, her history, the little word salon has an irresistible fascination. It conjures up everything; that i-3 clever, charming, pk]Hant, most characteristic of tin* woiui-ii j»f France. The ■■lon .is ■•■—■nii:ill\ a French institution. Nu other nation erer produced it: no other -iH-ti'ty contains the element* for producing it. W* say "a pleasant hotlMj" when we speak of a social Center. In France they say "a pleasant salon."' The dillcrent terms both expreM and explain the. ditl'eiviu ideas ilicv represent. A bouse is a homo where material hospitality is exercised; where friends are entertained with more DubHtOiUtial (arethan the feast of reason ami the Mow of -onl. A pleasant house. is suggestive of unug, convivial dinners and soriaiilc. nncoremoniotii lunc...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. ' j » CT. THOMAS, PROPMETOR — PIONEER SARBER SHOP, OPPOSITE 1 Railroad "W hay f, Sausalito, Cal, A. LAWRENCE, DEALF.It IN Groceries, Provisions and Clothing, Wines, Liquors, Cigars and QJS N F. RAL F A U 1 LV BUPPL 1 S S. = PBICR3 BSASONABLB . Tb« publlo patronage solicited—Store Caliulonis Avenue, Rauaalito. A. LAWHENCR. OYSTER GROTTO! Oysters Cooked in Every Style, Private Orders Filled. Jeneral Restaurant business Conducted.' apeoial faollttle* tor tonri-its. Bar furnished with the beHt liquor* in tbe Mtatt Water St. - * - Sausalito. I ANDREW NICHOLAS, rnoi-. -KEEPS A FIRST-OLASB-Saloon and Recreation } ROOMS. •'v' t • fIJT■ —BEST OP— "Wines, Liquors, and Cigars, Pool Table, ..^ V Card Rooms, AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. Corner Caladonia Avenue mid "Water Avenue, SAUSALITO ~J^\ - Cal.
SAUSALITO, PAST AND PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
SAUSALITO, PAST AND PRESENT. While not a very imposing figure among the early settlements of the State, Sausalito has a history that may be classed as ancient—for California. Far back in the forgotten past its harbor was visited by whalers and ships on voyages of discovery. Its first regular settler was John Reed, who came to the locality in 1826. He was followed two or three years later by Wm. A. Richardson. These two received extensive land grants from the Mexican Government, and under their patriarchial rule a small colony of the Englishspeaking race had been collected in the old colonial days. Little, if any record is left of this period. The adobe dwellings have crumbled into dust, and a couple, of small mills have suffered a like fate. With the rush of population when gold was first discovered, Sausalito profited but scantily. Some enterprising individual planned a city there which was considerably larger than London on paper—but San Francisco monopolized the tide of immigrati...
THE SAUSALITO NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
THE SAUSALITO NEWS. Journalism has been attempted at Sausalito on more occasions then one. It cannot be said that previous efforts have met with very gratifying success. After brief and harrowing struggles, all have succumbed to the stringency of the money market, and sleep the sleep that knows no waking, Undeterred by their fate, THE SAUSALITO NEWS enters the abandoned field hopeful of success. How far our anticipations may be realized, the future alone can tell. The paper, in any event, will continue to be published for at least a year, even though the proprietor is its only reader. We have already received much encouragement. Business men, land owners and residents have shown a most gratifying desire to give the little enterprise a helping hand. If they continue their kind offices we have no fears. The News is here to stay, if possible, and while our eye will naturally be open to the selfish business of making a living, it shall be our effort always to do everything that lies in ...
WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
WATER SUPPLY. The water supply at Sausalito comes at present from living springs in Wild Wood Glenn, among the hills to the west of the town. Several distributing reservoirs have been constructed, and about five miles of mains laid. To make the supply more ample, the Sausalito Land and Ferry Company are preparing to bring in the flow from Woodworth Gulch, which will be ample for the needs of the town when it has grown to four or live times, its present dimensions.
PAY UP! [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
PAY UP! To the numerous subscribers fo-r the Sausalito News, we are pained to Ray that subscriptions are payable in advance. We have been at a very considerable outlay in this enterprise,. Besides, we must have a working capital, for types do not set themselves, nor are rent or paper bills deferrable. Next Saturday an able bodied and remorseless collector will make the rounds and we hope that his labors will not be disappointed. The N. P. C. R. R. Co. elected the following officers at their annual meeting: W. F. Russell, A. Bard, J. W. Coleman, C. Denervaud, J. B. Mackie, W. Steele and W. Young.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. , BELLRUDE'S StablE! BTYUBH TURNOUTS ! OF EVERY DBSOBIPTI O IDT FURNISHED AT REASONABLE RATES. Hacks connect with local trains, and can be obtained by the day or hour. All poasllile pains tnknn to accommodate customer*. ,T. S. BELLRUDE, Prop. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. SCHNELL'S SALOON! Wines, Liquors, AND. Cigars. private Waiting Room ATTACHED. ■ • :i :.-:'! iU&lt;ilj ■ , WATER STREET, Sausalito, Cal. JACOB SCHNELL, - Prop. --- ■ 1 i"t i- ' -, _ PIOIsTEEB BOAT HOUSE! SAUSALITO, - - Cal. . . A I.illiiK VARIETY OF SPLENDID. . Whitehall, Fishing and Hunting Boats. Tlie large anil comfortable Plunger. MERMAID With an •xperipneert Fisherman In cbarge, ran bo engaged to take partiea to Fishing Qrouuds. Sportimen and Pleasure Seekers will find this tbo most complete Boatiug and Fishing Establishment in the vicinity ol San Franciaco. A large Assortment of Fishing Poles, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Sinkers, Bait, Etc., Etc., Constantly on Hand. TERMS MODERATE. A branch of thlt Es...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. M, &amp; %&gt; Meals at all Hours. Bak Supplied with Best of EveritTHTNG. . Opposite Railroad Wharf. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. A. R. Silya, Prop. w!"-A. WILLIAMS, —Proprietor— Yacht House RESTAURANT and Boarding* House. Seuves Every Sunday rifK Bkst Clam Chowdkr in thk State. Give me a call. W. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. OLD SAUSALITO. WILD WOOD GLEN! 150 TEL JIIJD PICI]I6 aROTJNDS! This Picturesque spot lia» been put in thorough repair • by the Proprietor. The Hotel ha« been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Grounds, Stocked with best wines and liquors. Thar* la no more charming retort wltlilu fl'tjr mllaa of BftU Frauoiioo. EDWAMB BTAH.L, Prop. SAUSAXITO, - - Cal. TAMALPAIS HOTEL ! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - Cal. BOARD and LODGING ..By thb.. DAY, WEEK, OR MONTH, At Reasonable Rates. The Bar is Supplied with Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Thomas &amp; Marshall, PkOI'KIETORS. TAMALPAIB BTABL...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. g F. Fiedler, - DEALER IN * '" : J GENEEAL ■ MERCHANDISE ! j Groceries, I ' ft ... ; I Crockery, I I Dry Goods [ Hardware | TINWARE, : I BOOTS and \ '■■:-; SHOES, ' BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOBAC CO and CIGARS. ) jsgjF"GooDB Delivered to ai.i, PARTS OF SaUSALITO FREE OF , Chargk. a: w I have a now, carefully selected and complete line of general merchandise and am selling a cityj I rates. Tn* publlf patronage U ree yectfjlly HMMf Stand. Water St., Saub j| ill F.FIEDLER, Ifffljf^; SATJSALITCi | LIVERY STpiiEl | Turnouts, Saddle Ij Horses, . eto.,&lt;**tr FURNISHED AT RE. jjf, ABLE RATES. f| j | ■ ■ ExpresH run to all jlj ; j'| in Sausallto. m • |ji _7;.;-.-.a150.... UjJj | DEALER IN WOOD (| | | WATER St., y% j SAUSI j | ; . — I S GEO. W. SMITH! I News Depot|| ______ u&gt;*#jj*™j"} ■' AGENT KOK ALL TUE SAN FRAIWIBW t DAILIES and GENERAL PUB- | LICATIONS OF TIIE j UNITED STATES. I K.eep on hand a Stoo_Sii?iL i' |l STATIONERY and GEl|iS| SUPPLIES, of that D | I S...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
LOCAL NEWS. %r Information of any occurrences of local or o«k«bal intkbkbt will be thankfully received from nt, portion of the'county, and cnur"i'uicalions for publication will alwaya receive proper consideration If accompanied with the name of the writer. Births, marriages, and deaths, with names and dates, properly specified, will be published without charge, If sent to us from any part of the county.
N. P. C RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 February 1885
N. P. C RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 Prom San Franciaco for Sauaalito * San Rafael WEEKDAYS. II BUNDAYH. 9.00 am I 6.15 pm 8.00 ni I 5.00 pm 11.30 aiu I pm 11 10.00 am » .46 pm | 11 l.aOain | From San Rafael for Sausalito &amp; San Francisco WEEKDAYS. II SUNDAYS. 1.45 am I aotSpm 7..1 Sain I 12.00pm ami pm lU.UOaui H. 15 1)U1 iaa»pm 1 || _ I o-ooP'" From Sauaalito for San Francisco. WEEKDAYS. II SUNDAYS. «46am | 1.00 pm 8.30 am I 12 00 pm *.16 am 3.00 p in 10.60 a w 4.00 |.m 9.80 pm I 6.30 pm || I (1.00 inu Extra trip ou Saturday fiuiu Sausslito ,-i.V. 3,16 I 11" THROUUH TBAINB. t 20 and 2.36 pm duily,Sundays eieepteJ,Through I'raius froui tiauriafael lur Duucau Wills aud way ■utiuub. Through Trains from Uuucau Mills arrives la a*u Kalael at 9.40 am aud 6.60 pm. STAUE OOMMKOTIONS. Stagen leave Duncan Mills every morning excep Monday for Stewartl* Point, OuaUla, Puiut Areua Uuifey'a Oov», Navarro, Mendouiuo City, Oa»par Noyo. Klbeslllah, Wesport, aud all poiul...