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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
lIS 4 SUVA, I ."...81AL183... Groceries Clothing, Wines t '* *"&gt;■ .■! '' ' % ' v ' •' ' - ' " - : TTQUORS. • -ajstd '■' " I!®? OIOABS. We can compete with city * *- firms in prices and qualicy of goods. DIAS&amp;SILVA, Caledonia Avenue. SAo3ALITO, - - Cul. S.A.TTS.A.LITO LIVERY STPDE I T l l ruout Saddle - Horses, etc., FURNISHED AT REASONABLE RATES. Express run to all points in Sausalito. . ...'.ALSO.;.. DEALER IN WOOD COAL. ♦,'ATER St., ~ SAUSALITO. GEO. W. "SMITH, PROPUIETOK. LISBON H OT E L! SAUSALITO, MARIN CO., Cal. OPPOSITC KAILKOAD DKPOT : . ••■— .';■" , Meals at all Hours BOARD AND LODGINGS. BEST WINES AND LIQUORS. ' ' —■'. ■ ..... M. SANTAS &amp; J.S. DEAVEL. PROPRIETORS. NICHOLAS SEASE, .... PBOPBICTOB . . . (SHD SALOON • ..AND. . WAITING ROOMS; . . OPPOSITE . . FERRY WH A RF, SAUSALITO, - - Cal. I keep oo bund a well teleotcd stock o liquors, native and imported fines, - cigurs, eto. Give urn a call NICHOLAS SEASE. NOW IN U5E—36,989. All n«rion...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
A gt'oat deal of fustian is published from time to time about the beauties of civil service reform, ami of tbe vast public benefit? that Would accrue from having a per- | ttlanent office-holding class. Much of this is directly instigated by a secret society of Federal ofiice-hold-crs who are banded together under the title of the Civil Service Reform Association. Tboir idea of reformIng the public service is entirely embraced in the determination to keen themselves in office as long as there is breath in their bodies. If they cannot retain their places by legal enactment they will do BO by the most groveling servility to petty superiors. The amount of intrigue and sycophancy that disgraces the humblest department of a Federal establishment would often amaze an outsider. If a law could be got through Congress that would do away with the necessity of all this, it wonld be a vast relief to thousands of patriots who suffer their names to appear on the pay-rolls of the Government. Of cou...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
MISCELLASEOUS. W. D- hobko, Plumber &amp; Gasfitter, 723 Washington Street, Oppocita the Plaza. Son Fvnnoisco, Cal. Work done Rt E»t»onolj!a li-itea. All Older* Pioinpl Aiteiuled to. SAUSALITO J&amp; .A. '±&amp; X E T ! J. B. Bakaty, - - Prop. ....Tub ProNKKK.... Butcher Sliop Of fi\c.AT.'"o. Donlei' iv all Kinds of Fresh and Salted Meast. Sausages of nil Kinds a Specialty Pvicis the Vi '/ Loirt BELLRU: )E'S StablE! TURNOUTS ! OF EVERY DESCBIPTI O 3ST FLUNISHtD AT 11EAS0XA ULK BATES. Hacks connect with local trains, and can be obtained by the day or hour. All pasnible ]&gt;aln&gt; tuk«n to uceoikiinodale eatlomeria J. S. BELLRUDE, Prop. SAUSALITO, . . CnL
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
EL MONTB. "11l Italic" Hold! SAITSALITO, MARIN, CO,CAL. THE ZLsTIE-A-lE^IEST COTJUrTE/"2r RESORTFORFAMILIES ". # 7. OUTSIDE OF SAX FRANCISCO. . ■■rjTQfc- -i«r -—^ — —• Boating, Fishing, Sea Bathing, shady Groves AND . mjcvmuh drives. * . ' Extensive Improved Grounds. '. ; •....CROQUET AND LAWN TENNIS COURTS : •• * * Table First-Class, jfJSPllotol open Summer nnd Wintor.j©9 Rat** 12.00 to 92.50 per day; 910 to 812 per week. Special intes to Families. N. 13. — Coramututicn tickota 83.p&gt;r month. J. B. SLIISTKISY, rnorniETOß. MISCELLANEOUS. JOSEPH M. JEWETT, WAGON MAKER AM» BLACK B M IT H , "^fr,^^ AV;i^&lt;- and CniTl.ises licpaiml, __3»&lt;£&gt;ft( mil New oih-h mailf tv uril'i 1. Ship work and all kinds of Steel work and Machinery Forging. Anviculturctl 3l£cichiticfif of all Kinds /'('paired on short Notice. 0 Horse Shoeing littrli'l'il to with Prompt* ( j!n&gt; m *ud Uii-i hi. i.. •.:, ■ WATER St., - SAUSALITO. SAUSALITO News Depot AGKNT FO...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. TAMALPAIS HOTEL! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - (\w.. BOARD and LODGING ..By TUB. . DAY, WEEK, OR MONTH. At Reasonable Kates. The Bar is Supplied with Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Thomas &amp; Marshall, Phoi'Riktors, TAMALPAIS y f jV/B || | jP t ft Teams, Saddle Horses, ETC., ETC., Furnished on lleasonahle Tertnt We liavc .v,.,-ui large OAUimiXS mcl can .mi Onrß. t-" 1"alf»lll'&lt;i''«to PieoloParttM, Our Sloik Is &lt;-.iiiHl to idiy in tbo Htnti'. Olvo U8 MANSEBoTcORDOZA, I'UOI'IiIETOKS. Adjoining 11 ailroad Wharf. Suusulito Cul.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. F.Fiedlei; — DEALER IX . GENERAL MERCHANDISE Groceries Crocker; Dry Good Hardware TINWARE, I BOOTS and I shoe BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOM CO ani. CIOAHB. J3F""GOOM Dkmvkkkd to I r.\ins OK Saisauto J'KEK Uf| CItAJiOB. I I linvo a new, carefully sels and complete line of gen merchandise nml am selling a rate*. Tbo public putronajjo In respectfully *,1 Stam&gt;, Watrb St., Saus.u F. KIKDLKK, Pi oyster" GROTTCJ Oysters Co o od I Evcrv Style, X PrivaU Orders 7' fi7W.I Genersl Kcataurant busS Conductc . I 9p&gt;rltl fMHtttM tm tonrldtn. Har rfl nil Iliu U&gt;»» llqnen 111 tln&gt; Slate, lO pnroli^d nnd liinili arIHTK r"tn*tni;^B cil over tli« li»y nffuriliii in mauulQ':ltut water vil-:/. HM| Water St. - -f- A'rt«»:Kl ANIiUFAV NrCHOLAS,JA SCHNELL'S I SALOOI ndegpt THE BEST OF (jfl Wines, Liquors, U AND # Kkt. Private Waiting Hoi attach KP. | WA T E R ST UEETI Suusalito. Cal. I JACOB SCIiNELL; • I CT. THOMAftI —pROPaiETon— } PIONEER— g| BAR BE R 'S H...
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL, 26. 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL, 26. 1885. From San Francl»co for SausalitO &amp; San Rafatl WKKK L.AYS. SUNDAY?.. 7,»0 m W.'juptn n.ou nlu MSpia u.'JU a m *M i&gt; in Ki.mißiu 4.4i)iJiu ll.uoit 6.:opni ll..Mmu (I.JU I" i.:io i&gt; in Extra Irlpon Satiinlaja lit l.:)u p.m. From San Rafael for Sausalito ft Sun Francisco WEKKIIAVS. HUNUAYS. KM nin •ll»l»ni •B.OS •in *J.'-"' l&gt;"» •7.».'&gt; S 111 'j/js ii 111 UO.Ill »IU Lfiiipiu •tf-'Uam *».5O iii "I!. 01) iii •fi.aopm ♦i.as p iii *Eitr« trip 011 Bltnrdl) at I.SB r.M. Tratuii luurkml tIIUH (*) "tart Irum Sun Qiivutln From Sausalito for Sun rar.cisco. WEEKDAYS. !] SINDAYS. f. 4.'i »lv 112.n5pm ! 8.1(1 in iHO pm BISa in 4.1W i&gt; in ': 10.18» in S.M pin lii.iiU *i.;Mpiu u:i&gt;pm 7.iii'»&gt; |J 'I 15 pin Eitrn trip!* on Saturday* »t 2.U0 auJ 7.00 r.M.
THROUGH TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
THROUGH TRAINS. H.lO am »v.l iJOO |im iliiily, «uU'lny« exrsplnfl, Throiinh Train* fruin Sumalita f»r Kiiikuu Mills : mil way atatlolM. TliruUgU Trulna from Diiiicmi i ,1111k nrrivo la Sausalit.i nt 10.00 nm and 3.30 piu&lt; MAOK OOJIKKCIIOS*. ; Sta-!&lt;« U-avo Duuoail Mill* eri-ry morning xi-.pt MniiJnjr ur Stewarts Poiut, Omlila, Toiut |Areu», &lt;:uff Cjtu, Navarro, MuinUiciii.) City, and I all pniuU on" the North C.&gt;ait. lATIIBOAV T &gt; m'ini'av nomuoaai i Xi uriiinu tiikcts Hold on H.ttiirduv", Rood to W" urn following Moniliiy-Cuiip Taylor for »1.7.-. I Point lliyi-s »-.'.00, Tnmaln $3.0(1 Duncki) Villn f4' h'-ndav KXCV»9IOS«, R.M am, Sunday imlv. ISciimlun Train from SanJdilitofor UiiiiouiiH Mil'iHuu i way Htitloiiß; r t ir.i M«:J arrivin In Banmillto at t.JJ pm. Fares for" | rolllll trip—C imp Taylor II.SI, l'uint Rry&lt;« $I.TS roninlM lluiK-an Ullla 11. jV'.V.',, I J. W. UOI.KMVN. V. n. LATHAM Otn'l Silpt Itilll T'kt At....
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. DAILY EXCEPT SDKDATS. l).-»l I.T« H. F. 1 4.1 n in Trnill I.vn S. It. G.fl(l a in L.» •• •• 11,11 am '* '* " Him alu J itM in " " " «&lt;i.:« • iii -' •. •• •• ;i,:ti) (i iii •■ " " l.:Wptu I M " " H.INI p 111 ■• " " 3.«0 p 111 i*! • ■ i. '•• il,|oiiui " ■! " 5.03 [) 111 BL'XDAXi ONLY. Jh'Bflat lv* 8 F. 8.(10 &gt; m Train Ira 8. 11. 8.1(1 a in Jl'j, •• '&lt; " •i.:in am i(.4iluiu Jf. ■; ■ 11.0(1 «in " " " 12.15 pni II ■'. " &lt;■ l.:|0 111 " " " 3 'Ml p 111 EM" " " 6.0(1 pin I " " " 5(XPi&gt; 111 A six foot sturgeon was hauled in at Old Sausalito Wednesday. We have the lowest tides of the year this week, falling seven feet. Mr. Whittemore in building an addition to his pretty cottage. Supervisor Boyle has nearly completed his fine residence. It is said that a brewery is to be established at the reduction works at Old Sausalito. Seven fine new passenger coaches made by Pullman have arrived ...
SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
SOCIETY. Society has had a little reaction this week and events have been fewer. The tide of pleasure seems to rise and fall at Sausalito in alternating weeks and a surfeit of pleasure is thus avoided while a genuine relish is found for the social week. Principal events this week were the reception by Mr. and Mrs .Campbell to Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Reed, and the surprise party to Captain Campbell of the ship''Durham". In our next resume we will note two most enjoyable invitational parties at the San Francisco Yacht Club House, and the formation of the Sausalito Literary Club. On Friday night of last week Mr. and Mrs. Henry Campbell gave a reception in honor of the return of our young Rector and his bride. The cards read "to meet Rev. and Mrs. Fred W. Reed." The evening was pleasantly spent in congratulations to the young couple, dancing and singing, followed by a splendid collation. The guests were friends of the family and members of Christ Church, who were delighted to see the young ...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
YACHTING. The Annie went to San Pedro creek, Tuesday to the patent brick yard where she will be repainted. It is denied that she will be used as a patent brick boat although it's patent "she's a brick." The Rambler and Nellie have been beached this week to have their bottoms scraped. The Fleur de Lis had her centerboard scraped on Monday. The yachts are getting ready for the 4th of July celebration. The Halcyon and the Lurline go on the ways Saturday. These two and the Aggie, Casco, Fleur de Lis, and Nellie all leave next week for Santa Cruz. The regatta there on the Fourth promises to be very interesting. Three prizes are offered for competition there, by the people of Santa Cruz. The Chispa went on the ways last Monday. Her davits are to be removed from the stern to the side. She will be repainted with the Germicide paint to give it another trial, it being thought that having strained the paint it lost some of its good properties causing the vessel to foul quicker. Derricks, augur...
CLOSING EXERCISES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
CLOSING EXERCISES. The school term for Richardson School District was closed on last Friday. There had been no special preparation made for an exhibition, but in the afternoon the classes of Miss Brown and Miss Stowell joined those of Mr. Furlong in the Principal's room, and the pupils entertained the visitors with readings, recitations and singing. The proifciency of the children and their careful instruction throughout the term was better evidenced by this almost impromptu exhibition than if weeks of drill had been gone through, for one of the usual annual shows so common with most schools, We would like if space would permit to give due compliment to several of the pupils who acquitted themselves so creditably in "The Battle of Waterloo," "Mamma's Letter," "The Fairy 'By-and-By' " and other choice selections, but where all did so well we cannot well particularize. When the literary exercises were concluded the Principal read the names of pupils that have been promoted in the diff...
TIBURON LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
TIBURON LETTER. PointTiburnon. June 16, '85. Editor News— Hearing that you would like to have some one correspond from the point I thought I would give you a little news for your paper! Last Monday there was a railroad accident. While the eight o'clock train was coming Into the depot a brakeman on the gravel train left the switch open and the train of ten cars ran off. The locomotive.baggage car and smoker were ditched but fortunately no one was hurt. The people on the train imagined their was some fearful accident as they all came pouring out of the cars. Rock cod fishing was very good at the Point last Sunday. Several caught as high as thirty and forty pounds of fish. The train hands are nearly all the same. Grace-fully Manning their positions as usual. Our road does not enjoy the sport of the Narrow Gauge. We're a "civil service" community. The "Tiburon" is in its usual fine condition and Jimmy and the other boys are as genial and jolly as ever. Business on Saturday and Sunday is...
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
HOTEL ARRIVALS. Reistered at the "El Monte" Hotel last week. Daniel Norcross and wife Miss Mary Reynolds Mrs S Woods Miss Minnie Cachot Osmand MacDougall Mrs R G Lewis Miss Edith MacDougall Mrs S Tideall Miss Florie MacDougall Mrs Beigle Robert E McGregor Willie Donnelly D B Francis and wife Miss L. Crutchly J E Sellick J A Martinstien D B Fuller Walter Birch Mrs Mattie Walker Dr Jenningson &amp; wife Miss Amelia Walker James Milton Patrick Dr M Levingston Clark Spence J W Stainburn &amp; wife Miss Cecie Gilchrist H A Greene &amp; wife Miss Bessie Gilchrist J B Mclntyre &amp; wife Wm Preston &amp; family J B Furlong &amp; wife M M Barrett H G Wilshire S J Allen C R Winslow Charles Dove Alfredo Ullo D Frohman Mr Edwards &amp; daughter Captain Gregg W R Price Captaln Bailey &amp; wife J B Kirkland E A Hatherton Mrs Dr Cachot Mrs A Levingston &amp; family Captain Campbell, of ship Durham
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
M-;\v ADT£C ■;&gt;'•■ Ml- S IS, Colman &amp; Franklin, LONDON AND MEW YORK Clothing Company! Men's Boys, and Children's •" " OLOTHINO • pENTS pOOD». 202-204-20 C Kcarny St., cor. Sutltr St. San Fhancisco. "~ THE SEASIDE KESO ET! FIiSK NKW H ATA A l&gt; WAI I'JSG ECW.'MI ===== lISES, I¥i)h AND (I6IU. THOS. RYAN, Prop. WILLIAMS &amp; CO, Wholesalo Mnuufucturers nud Deal»r» in FINE JROME MADE CIGARS. Maiun County Tkade BUPPUBB With all Required Qradea. Encourage Home Industry nn:l White Labor. Factory nnd Salesroom, C Street, near FOURTH, Ban RAFAEIr.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
Jg[ HOTEL jljjl AND RESTAU R A. 3ST T ! U'ATKIt St., BAVBALITO* Board and Lodging by the day, week or month, at MoDKBATI TkßMi Meal* J''tirin'#/«'&lt;? &lt;it all Hourt. Fine Bar of Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ttAIIRY ROWSOX, - Pnov. John Broderick, ....DEALER 1N.... General Merchandise. - ....COMPLETE nsR 0r.... Family Groceries, Wines, Liquor:; and Cigars always on hand. Families &amp;ui'rr,rr:jt WtTmPVMB Miz.sc. John Brodemck, Caledonia nnd Turney Sts., Sai-salito - - OAL. PIONEER BOAT HOUSE! SAI'SAMTO. - - Gal. . . A T.AIKIIC YABIKTY or HPI.BNDID. . Wuitkuall, Fisaixa ami Huntino Boats. Tbo Urge »nd comfortkbla Plnngrr, MERMAID With »n Mpcrlimreil Klihermnn In rh«r««, r«n b« engaged to take partiei to th« t'inbius Ground*. RpflrtMiirn u&lt;l PfcMure 8»rV«r« will lad thl« the moiteomplrfc Dotting »nd n.bing E»t«bli.bm*ut in thf viilnitjr of B»tf rr»Wci««o. A large Assortment of Fishing Pole*, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Sinker?, Bait, Etc., Etc., ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
WATER KATES. __________________ — - i.-* "NOtICIT Water Rates ....AND... Conditions* ....OF TFII3.M. SAUSALtTd Land and Fefry COIMIIF.A.'ISJ'Y. OFFICE OF TIIK HAUsA L I T O LAND AM&gt; FEHRY COMPANY Xo. 41!) California Bt, tioom San Funcncu, Jau. SiG, 1835 NOTIOI AS TO WATKII lUTKS JtSI) COXMTIONH/ rpilK BAUBALITO LA5?i) AND FEHJL ry Company him His right to clnini and i-xert nil 111* prnileges of a Water Com' pnny under tlie following clausen of iitf Articles' of Incorporation, relating to tliu "oliji'cts and purpos** for which said conifimiy ii» formed." viz: , "Duildilig flnuies, dams, nipifdiirtHj re.si-i vmrs iitiil other structures appropriate! to the supply aud distribution of water." "Of eollectiug, distributing and selling wiiter," The Company hits lately applied ti the Ito.ird of SuperviKora "' Mrtrin county tcf il\ ami Mtublt«b niotithly rate* for water, td be obliwad and collected liy thin CompaiiVi Tint Hoard of Supervisors decided itint they hml no jmiHiliction...
“HOMESPUN” FROM FLAX. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
“HOMESPUN” FROM FLAX. How Our i /ran&lt;li&gt;nrrnt« MHde Cloth" . l&gt;»t»ll* of /ho froress of ManufKriiire. I (iltenslMA (Ohioi Xews.l •The fanner prooeodad to state. "The dudes and &lt;iellcute lodio* little renllee the tact that their grandparout. or perii.i pa theii •iwu parent» wein, in tiwir younger days, considered w.&gt;r&gt;j intelligent, and as luitch admired iv tbeir homespuns as tho dude in his linest broadcloth, or the beilo in her choicest .-.itins. la tho c times girls knew how to wash dishes, -jiiii—less about cragy patch work, an 1 drumming on a piano while the mother did the labor of the household alone." "Will you bo so kind," asked tho mxvi with the pencil, "as to dejcribj the pruoMl ol manufacturing 'homespun' cloth:' '•Yes, that's tha way it is with you youngsters; it would be curious to you now of course, b'lt nevertheless I'll tell you as neai as 1 can. Well, when the flax wa ripe, all han.ls went into the Sai...