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LOVE AND DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
LOVE AND DUTY. It was a wild and rocky const, along which ran the pat)) that led to the house of old Martain Prere, At ordinary times the cottage would have possessed but little attraction for a bold, stirring youth like Owen Glenn, Hut a visitor bad of lato brightened up its precincts —a young girl named Annis, •named after the aged grandmother who doxed by the hearth through the long evenings, content to watch the bright flames as they .shot up from the broad fireplace, and perhaps to see visions of the past with her dim eyes. Dame Frere was a sharp-voiced, bustling woman, long past middle age, and not having the name of possessing a vitv .sweet temper, but she had a soft place in her heart for granny, and it was to please her that she had invited her pretty name-child to come and visit them for ■ few m.Hiths. Annis was a tall, .slight girl, as straight us a pine tree and as graceful as a fawn. Her yellow hair hung in a perfect mano of shining curls all about her shoulders and far...
How the BngUaS Drink. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
How the BngUaS Drink. [English C!or. Utica Observer. 1 As for drinking. I fancy that among well-dressed men there is not much difference between the two countries. There is vastly more drinking at meals here than in America, but not, 1 th.nk, so much bar drinking, and there is nothing here to offset the Immense consumption of lager beer among us in the hot season. For instance, I don'f believe any ordinary bar in all England sup plies as many people in one day .us will swarm into John Hert's place the first day the mercury climbs up to 90 next summer. But poor people drink here In a shocking way. One sees tho proof of this daily in the great number ol bleareyed, ragged, hideous old beggar women to bo met everywhere, obiefly drunk, and obviously drunkards. There are public houses on every corner, in almost every street. It is said thai the great brewers own four-fifths of them, and let them to publican-, at exorbitant prices—a system not unknown in the United States, I believe. There...
Public HlngerN Meuls. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
Public HlngerN Meuls. [Chlcajjo Tiuifs.l The publio is often amused by the refusal of great singors to sing after a hearty meal, and the disap'pointtnentu and lawsuits which sometimes arise in consequence aro regarded as the results of foolish whims. Such is not tho tact, however.. • Public singers are obliged to be very caroful in their diet, as the voice is sensibly affected by tho conditions of ■ tho stomacli. A Ima donna could not sing on a meal cooked as the average hotel furnishes. An old and tried friend of -Miss Kellogg's says that whilo a goodnatured laugh passes over tho faco ot the country at Miss Kellogg's, little fry ing-pan and alcohol stove, "that little frying-pan and alcohol stovo have mado it possible for Miss Kellogg to sing after a day's journey when she would have no appetite for ordinary hotel food. Patti knows this, and has her own cook with her, who prepares her food jusi as she wants it. When engaged in anoperatii season she will not cat of anyone else':) co...
Moudx n n 'i'rst <>f Character! [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
Moudx n n 'i'rst &lt;&gt;f Character! [Dr. J. 0. Holland.] I have found moods to bo very pool tests of character. Having out through the crust of a. most forbidding mood, produced by bodily derangement or eon- ' stant and pressing labor of Uio brain, 1 havo found a heart full of all the sweetest and richest traits of humanity. I know men whoso mood is usually exceedingly pleasant. There is a glowoi health.. upon their faces. Thcro wordl lire musical to women and children. They aro cheerful and chipper and sunshiny, and not easily moved to anger; r and yet 1 know them, lo be liars and full of selfishness. I'nder their sweet mood swhich sound health and a, not over sensitive conscience and the satisfactions oi ■sense engender, they conceal hearts that are as fulso and foul as any that illustrate the reign of sin in human naturo.
Per* 11,v.:c iitti't Trilml: [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
Per* 11,v.:c iitti't Trilml: ICiiieasro Tribune.] Pere Hyacinth has fallon upon evil days sin hi.s return to France. Ho is, indeed, a, voice crying in the wilderness, as'rctligious bodies of all denoiuiuation refuso him their pulpits. The other day he proposed io deliver a, disooura ■ al Neidlly, In tho neighborhood of Paris, but could i'nd admission nowhere. At hist, In : desperation,' ho bo: ought tho Eng.isli rector of n little , Anglican church, recently erected, to i grant him admission^ and at fir. t the English minister was as obdurate as tho rest. inally 'Pcre llyaeinth won him by promising to pronounce apanogyrie on Luther, which be did, comparing him to himself. Tho congregation amounted to seven.
Milk for London. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
Milk for London. [Chicago Nr-.vn. j A company is to be formed in Holland to supply London with milk. The intention i.i to build four ships of 720 tons each, which will convey daily 100,Oiiii litres of fresh Dutch milk . to Harwich l'rom Amsterdam; whither it would be brought in ice-wagons of tho Dutch railway company, and ice would bo also employed in the carriage from Harwich to London, j: Thu company is to havo a capital of 1,700,000 guilders. Tho milk wouldalways be dispatched without mixture of water by special trains and sold to a certain number of agents in London, would sell it in smaller quantities at far lower prices than are at pre eut"cnarsr»c.
PHOTOGRAPHED ON THE FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
PHOTOGRAPHED ON THE FLY. lli'\' Some of the Photogrnplw Promi- ni'il &lt; ii .nin;il i Are Obtalne 1. r. PI , lila Ti ■ - "Do Mm siM- that man ahoad " . a t'i'iiii I, as we were strolling up Broad-w,-iv. "\\ iII tint keep your &gt;■&gt; oon him for a ra inent." Tho person Pt'fei red t&gt; was about twenty ii el In front of us: well ilreasodj though in ;i Bohornlnn sorl o ;r fashion. and was strolling iiloii'j; looking at Hie sights in tin shop window* Tho only thing about him at all out bf tlio iom nion run was tho fact thai he carried uniler his I«£t nrm a s-[iiaro box of rathei large size, It mighl have been -\ case of surgical instruments, fur it was carefully &lt; overod with n green covering, and ha I iitiito a profe; sional appear--lIIICC. i lie man strolli ■! along li isurel;. looked up at I ■ . a mOtn ■':■■&lt;: i :. oil,' ol iri stores n i stn '1 hi'ii ioine ! tliel lirongau ! . pi on. I \\ii.s beginning :■&gt; wonder...
OF THAT BLITHS THROAT THINE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
OF THAT BLITHS THROAT THINE. |\Vn!t VVh . in In tlarper'i.] ■ [Mora than Si derivesin.'l'fti — about r. gn &gt; 1 dny'fl Rtosni ing distance to the polo li- oi\q of our fast oicnnoi's in rlenr watel —(ireoly beard tho ions of a iglebird merrily Bounding over the cijiolatifln.] Ol' tlint. blithe ti'roat of tbino, from orctlo I ii.-ii; ivild blank, I'll mimi tho lo'.son, olit ,iy bird: lot mo, too, welcome i hilling arifts, E'en Ih9 l unde t iliill ai nuvv—a torpl 1 jmlse, a tjiviiii minorv ul. Old ng&gt; linil-lo'ked, "iiiiin its 'NViiitor bay— (col i, cold, O colill — Thoao Hipwy liair-, my IVohlunrm, my frozen feet; ■ Vov ti in Ihy faith, thy nil I '■■••, and ferova II to tho mi". Not Bummer's zonos alone, noi clinuti &lt;&gt;( youth or Smith's inn tidea alona, But held by ■hi ri li il"";. packe 1 In tb ■ Northern Ice, tho cumulus of yew*— These with gay hoart I also «iu^.
IRRIGATION IN CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
IRRIGATION IN CALIFORNIA Hy Mriuw of ArtSlllttl Wells—Stitlufnctory BMUlti Olitillni'il. |:-an Franclgco Alto.] Tularo lake, the great shallow inland sea of California, is surrounded by'some of llio richest farming lands in the state, but taki as a whole it is about tho least developed region to bo found betweon Siskiyou and San Diego. The Southern I'aciiic railroad runs on tho east side of ill 1 lake at a distance of ten to fifteen miles from its shores, and a second road lias liet'ii surveyed between tho lake and the Southern Pacific. Honco the country on this shore is bettor known, and la filling up with population quite fast. Tularo is a large and rapidly-growing town— the mo i prosperous iv tho county —and the lan I around it is mostly divided up into small farms, and is ' being planted with vinos, fruit trees, and alfalfa. it was nearly three yoars ago thai t li. ■ artesian well wo ■ bored horo, and since then Ihi re bavo \m on pul down about 100 wells, most of them during the...
iATgalt lloom in 11m Worlil. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
iATgalt lloom in 11m Worlil. [Chicago Herald.] Tho largi i room in *ho world undei one roof and unbroken by pillars is at i-'t. Petersburg. , It Is , 020 foet long by 150 in breadth. &lt; y daylight it is used for military displays, and, a battalion oan completely maneuver lv it. Twenty thousand wax tapors aro required to light it. Tho roof of this structure isa single aroh of iron, and it exhibits remarkable • ngineering skill in tho architect. ■
i A "Mnrui" liisiiiuiice i;i.K. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
i A "Mnrui" liisiiiuiice i;i.K. [Chicago Times. 1 In tho insuranco of distillery and brewery property in somo of tlm western states, whero tempera nco and prohibitory agitation has been strongest, there exists what the underwriters term a moral hazard, ill consequenco oi which additional premiums aro charged, as they are convinced thai Incendiary (ires aro not infrequently lighted by sealol i. ■
,—i—,—.—— —— A -i.i ,i< il Luxury. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
,—i—, —.—— —— A -i.i ,i&lt; il Luxury. [Scientlfli 'i lihiiiK'. I Tho latc.-t surgical luxury is an instru ment by which incisions may bo mada without giving pain. It consists of a knife which is regulated by a watoh attachment, so thai it advances at tho rate of ono inch in six hours. A slight sen«ation of uneasiness is produced, whioh does not, however, prevent tlio patient from going to sleep.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. j\ THOMAS, PROI'IU.TOIt • PIO M T£ X \l BARBER SHOP, OPPOSITE 'H, ailr oa W hay f, Sausalito, Cal, A. LAWRENCE, -—DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions and Clothing, Wines, Liquors, I Cigars and GENE-R A L FA I LV s up r l lEB. fBtOBS BXAtOVABU*. The public patronaKe sollcitcil—Store Calo.innia Avenue Sunsnlilo. •■• : A. LWVItI'.NC — OYSTER GROTTO! ' ' ' , - v i ■.« Oysters Cooked in ;-. Every Style. : Private Orders ' Filled. General Restaurant business -• Conductei . I Sneclal fscilitlea f?r t.mfUU. B»r ruralHbod ';V ' witu th» bent liquors in the State. Rear porohuu and lunoh arbor* coaitruct i- I ovur Hi" Bay, affopllng a magnificent water piew. Water St. •■ : _§au»aUto. ' ANDREW 'NICHOLAS, ruoi&gt;. J. LOEIAN, . '.. : -■ '■ I KM I -KEEPS A FIR3T.OLASS- ' Saloon and : : Recreation ROOMS. —BEST OF— "Wives, • . %p* Liquors,'-:'--'Ci - ancl Cigars, ]?00l Table Card Booms AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. -: Corner Culudoniu Aveiiuu and "Water Avenue, SAUSALITO . . Cal.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
A proposed amendment to the constitution has been passed by the Legislature now in session in Sacramento affecting the taxation of railroad property. It provides that instead of paying, like other property, a certain rate on a certain assessed valuation, fixed by the proper State and county officers, railroads shall pay hereafter two and one-half per cent on their gross earnings. This, of course, does not go into effect until the people have voted affirmatively on the proposition at the next general election. There is therefore an abundance of time to study how the law will work. At present the people are very much in the dark as to how the proposed amendment will operate practically. Not one in a thousand can so much as offer a guess on the question of whether of not the revenues received from the railroads will be increased or curtailed. With the Central and Southern Pacific roads, which operate in half a dozen States and territories there is room for doubt whether even the offici...
siijm i lor Court. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
siijm i lor Court. CIVIL. W. N. Anderson vs. J. M. Donahue et al —Motion for new trial denied. Ten days stay. J. Haskell vs.J. M. Mazeas et al—Suit on appeal for burned hay. Tried and time given to file briefs. PROBATE. Estate of Francis De Long deceased—21st March set for proving will, and notice of probate ordered published. A Law has been passed by the Legisluture authorizing school districts to issue bonds to raise money for the purpose of buying land and erecting school buildings thereon. This is a most valuable law. Among many other places, San Rafael] will now be able to have a school house and grounds suitable to her wants. Sausalito will soon be calling the new law into requisition. A HICAHO mail, who is afraid to do bis own courting, has engaged the oditor of tho Matin Toon to perform that duty, through the columns of his paper. We sympathize with tho Nicasio man, ns his lack of courage will cause him to loose lots of fan. Ti taluma Daily Imprint. The New Orleans Fair is m...
ADVICE TO A BOY [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
ADVICE TO A BOY Wlio Wants to Leave the HomoKteail und ISecome a Sailor. [M. Quad Letter.l "Beth Q.," &lt;if Virginia, writes: "1 have determined to be a sailor on the lakes. 1 itm 10 years old, and I want U&gt; a.sk you how much nay lailon re salve, and how I can get to bo one?" Exactly, my boy. If you have determined to become a fresh or sail water sailor the best thing that could happen you would be to give you a ohano I. Your writing is terribly poor, and it It evident that you have no desire for education. It is qtftto probable, too, that you intend to run away from home. However, come right along. Some dark ni^lit about April 1 tie your clothe* up in a red handkerchief, let yourself down on the roof of the woodshed, and drop to the ground with a good-bye to the old home. You can walk to Cleveland, Toledo or Detroit in about four weeks, and by living on bones and crusts and sk'epiii" iiiider straw stacks and fence corner! you will get toughened up to the .-.ailo...
An Automatic Iloinekoeper. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
An Automatic Iloinekoeper. [St. Louis filohe-Lienioerat.] A patent issued to a St. Louis man for an automatic lire-lighting machine was made the subject of investigation. This new-fledged genius, a native-born Irish-American citizen, imbued with Yankee ingenuity, has just been granted letters patent for a device that will prove a comfort to solitary old maids, h'll a desolate void in the widows' household, and prove a savior to henpecked husbands. This great boon for mankind might be taken, at first sight, tor an infernal machine, but it isn't. It has clock-work that reminds one of a dynamite fiend, but it's not dangerous. When tho think goes off it startles the beholder with a tiz and a flash of flame sug'^esthe of instaut death: but it will not explode. It* will have a depressing effect on the matrimcnial market. The women of single blessedness will be more than thrice blessed by it. They need pine no longer lor a handy, good-natured husband to light tires for them. The machine wi...
The filiform I>i<l It. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
The filiform I&gt;i&lt;l It. IChiraKO Tribune.) In his Boston lecture the other night G. A. Sala told of his experiences at the coronation of Alexander 111. It was necessary to wear a uniform to gain admission. He accordingly wore a plain one that did not gain him any partioolar attention, but his secretary held some civilian appointment at London, the chief perquisite of which was the right to wear a uniform, "in comparison with which Solomon in all his glory was the smallest of potatoes." To his paper lie sent a dispatch of seven and a half columns. How to get it in ahead Of other correspondents was a qunndry. Hut intrusting it to his secretary, what WM the latter*! surprise, as he Beared the door in his ilaming raiment, to see the entire guard present iirnis while he marched through. His dispatch was sent two bour* before any other correspondent j.;,d away from the ceremony.