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A FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
A FATAL ACCIDENT. - Last Saturday afternoon at about four o'clock, as Joe Azaveda Souza and his brother George were driving through Tennessee Valley, going from this place to Bolinas in their farm wagon, the wagon was capsized on the left bank of the road at the steep ravine. George was sitting on the left of the seat and was thrown far enough to escape serious injury, but Joe who was driving, fell with and was crushed under the rolling wagon and its contents. His brother took him from the wrecked wagon in an i:nsensible state and another wagon coming up at the time the unfortunate man was conveyed to the ranch of Manuel de Borba a short distance away and medical attendance summoned. Dr. Jenningson found the man apparently lifeless, and after about three hours work restored the pulse but had no hope for his life, the crushed condition of his body giving evidence of fatal internal ruptures. On Sunday Dr. Mervy of San Francisco was also in attendance but could do nothing, and ten minu...
liunul Ol Ml|IIHI«lll«. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
Board of Supervisors. The Supervisors met in adjourned session Monday, the 3d inst. A petition of citizens of Road District No. 10, for the transfer of $100 from the Road and Bridge Fund, was received and laid over. The report of Viewers on new road petitioned for in District No. 5, was received, and its consideration deferred until October 6th. The report of Viewers on new road in District No. 6, was also deferred to regular meeting. Report of Viewers on road in District No. 7, was set for hearing on thu 8th of October. The reports of Viewers in District No. 2, ou two roads petitioned for, were rejected. The resignation of Wm. Dunn as Justice of the Peace for Bolinas Township, was accepted. The resignation of Jerry Adams as Justice of the Peace for Point Reyes, was accepted. ALMS HOUSE BIDS. Bids were received for additions to the Hospital building as under: John White ...................$3,075 Isaac Shaver ............... 3,100 Hansen &amp; Lund .............3,340 The matt...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
THE Sausalito Land AND FERRY CO. NOTICE! The sausalito land and Ferry Company offers its Lands for Sale in Building Lots. BLOCK AND. .. .Acre Parcels, AND 1T5.... Water Front LOTS, On Easy Terms. The North Pacific Coast Railroad Company's line ot road traverses the entire North Front—over three miles— at the Company's land, bringing all parts of the property withni quick traveling distance of San Francisco — Thirty minutes from wharf to wharf. ....the.. . -W A. T E £t....AND.... LANDSCAPE VIEWS • ■ ■ AIIE UNEQUALED BY ANY Around San Francisco. The locality is Healthful in the highest degree. The Soil Warm and Pro- ; ductive. Water from Flowing Spring— Pure and Plentiful—furnished from the Company's Reservoirs and Mains, AT REASONABLE RATES. For all information in regard to Sites, Prices and Terms, Plense apply to the Secretary of 1 • the Company, Room 9, No. 419 California Street, San Francisco, or on TUEDAYg AND thursday!!, AT THE COMPANY'S OFFICE IN FRONT OF THE COMPANY'S WHARF, A...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
EL MONTR. «El lontc" Hotel! SAUSALITO,\MARIN CO,CAL., ,„, m ,. THE ICTE-A-IR/lEIST COinsmß/Y" RESORT FOR FAMILIES OUTSIDE OF SAX FRANCISCO. Boating, Fishing, Sea Bathing, shady Groves _ AND . BE^TIEdL DRIVES. Extensive Improved Grounds. • • •....CROQUET AND LAWN TENNIS COURTS : Table First-Class, KSSyHotel open Summer and Wintpr..,j&amp;'#[ Rates 82.00 to $2.50 per dayj $10 to $12 per week. Special rates to Families. N. 13. — Commutation tickets 83 per month. J. E. SLINK^Y, PROPRIETOR. M HOTEL W\ JL JL V J . J__ _lv J—i AND REST RANTI WATER St., SAI TS.I hi'l (). Board and Lodging by the day, I week or month, lit Modkhatk Tkums. Meals J''i;niixln (I at all Hours. Fine Bar of Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. , HARRY no wso y, - rum: A.R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. Meals at all Hours. Bar Srrri.iKD with Bkstof Evkky- ■ tiiixo. oj&gt;p o s It c Railroad Wharf. SAUSALITO - - Cal. A. R. SilyA Prop. "LISBON ~ H O EL! SAUSALITO, MAIUX CO., Cal. OPPOSITE UAILIIOAI) DEPO...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
TAMALPAIS HOTEL! Opposite Railroad Wharf BAUBALITO, .. - c.v.. BOARD and LODGING . .]sy tub.. DAY, WEEK, OB MONTH, At Reasonable Rates. The Bar is Supplied with Good ; Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Thomas &amp; Marshall, PIIOI'UIETORS. WILD WOOD GLEN ! FOOTED yil}D PICIjIC GROUNDS! This Picturesque spot has been put in thorough repair by the Proprietor. . The Hotel has been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Grounds, Stocked with best wines and liquors. Thtrn in no more charming resort within fifty miles or San i'rancinco. EDWARD STAHL, Prop. BAUSALITO, - ■ . Cal; • OYSTER , GROTTO! Oysters Cooked in Every Style, Private Orders Filled. Genersl Reataurant business Conducte* . Si&gt;pci»l faciHlti(n for tourlstK. Har burnished with tin- Uwl liquors in the State. lte»r porchea anil limrli arborn cnrutruct«d over (In- bay nffording a jnauulfloient water vCw. Water St. . • . 'Sausattto. J.NDUEW NICHOLAS, rjtor.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
MISCELLANY ifjj \ F. Fiedllr" —-DEALER' IX- — I ■ .■■-■■■:.:::.':/'■■:: ; GENERA.!^ ./■■■; MERCHANDISE! Groceries, Crockery, .... -• .. : ,' Dry Goods Hardware TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES, BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOBACCO and CIGARS. ■&lt;•■■;■■■■&lt;■ J^JgT'Goons ])kuvi:ki:i&gt; to all ■ I'AKTS OK S.USAI.ITO I'KKK OK ('ii a hoi:. I bare a new, carefully selected and complete line of general.. merchandise and am selling a city rates. Tin' pul'llc patronaga l.i ri-ppcctfnlly noliolte d SIAM), WATKB or., S.U'SAI.ITO. F. FIEDLER, Pkois PIOITBEB BOAT HOUSE! SALSALITO, .... - Cai.. . .A LARGE YAKUTS OK SPLENDID. . Whitehall, Fisiu.ni; and Hvntilcu Moats. Tin largu ami runiloi table I'lnnm r r MERMAID With id »xpi&gt;rlfni-&gt;:ii FlKbcrmra In elraiVi Ml t* i Dillgtd hi tile pull** tv tlia Hi-liiii^ linmuiln. Spin I*llll n mil riiadiiiM Si'^kcm will find thin the in- - 1 i't.ni|i)rt« Un&gt;tlai "nit l'iKliin^ K«UbtI»bBHBI iv the viclliity nt Biu Kcmct...
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. From San Francisco for Sausalito &amp; San Rafael WEEK DAYS. SUNDAY-.. 7..10 « in ;l 'jii p in 8.00 a in ». 13 l) "' !)..'() am . 4.60 in 10.00 am 4.46 p m 11.00 am, ... li.-.'o pin 11.10 ii in (j.;lupm . ■', ■' i..«/ in ' ','. Extra trlpbn Saturdays »t l.'lv r.u. From San Rafael far Sausalitg &amp; San Francisco WEEK DAYS. i SUNDAYS. ft.IS am *l 1 ;mam '8.05 it ill ••i.'JO pin *7.4S nm *3.Mplu *|ii.ll|ain I .'&lt; &gt; pin •j.sniu •1.50 *l-.'.00 ni *C.:ll) pin r.'.'ii '■ .. .»1.35pm . '■ *E^tro trip nn Ratiirda.vn lit l.lir.ii. ' 'l'i-!iiii« nmrkail thin (*) Ktart It m Sun Quontlii From Sausalito for San rancisco. WEEKDAYS. II SIND.WS. (1.4.1 a m I l-i.05 pin 11 H. 40 ii in I 400 pm X.l. r. Hln 4.00 p ill .10.45 11111 I ; 5,80 pal in, it in r&gt;. M pin 11 13.83 pin j T.l.i pm ■ ' 11 -2.15 |i m I Extra trips on SutunlnyH lit 2.00 mid 7.00 r.M. TIir.OUdH riiAixs. H.lO din hud 4.01) pin...
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME -TABLE. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS. B&lt;&gt;nt I,VB 8. F. T 4. r, ti in Trniii I.vh S. It. 0.30 a 111 '.l.l*, am ■' " • " N.IK) am " " •' 12.011 in " " " 10. DO » m " '• " 1,80 1' 111 " " " I.*) 1' 111 " " " .\llil 1) 111 ■■ " " 3.40 1&gt; 111 •• '&lt; " 1,1(1 ji in ■• ': " 8.11.i1l 111 bUXDAYh ONLY. Bout lv» M I. 8.00 a m Train Ivm 8. K. 0,10 I Dl • ',l.:l(l ii in ; . " •■ " O.lilH in "i " '•' 11. v 111 " " " I.MS [i 111 i. ",|i" I,W p 111. " "■ " :i M|l 111 " ill ." I g_ IH) 1,, "' " " 600 1 111 Sack Coat lost See. Ad. Use Sperry's fine patent roller flour. The News finishes six months of its career with this issue. Messrs. Kashow &amp; McDonongh are building a saloon and resort at Tiburon. Loaded Down - Smith's fine new express wagon every day. . Careful and prompt with all orders. Mr. Rudolph Wiese has so increased his trade in fruit, vegetables etc. that he has taken Mr. P. Cerdes into partners...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
YACHTING. The yacht race for the Goelet cups was sailed last Monday afternoon at Newport, (R. I.) over a course of forty-five miles in a strong breeze. The following yachts started; Schooners -- Mohican, Fortuna, Montauk, Grayling; sloops - Priscilla, .Puritan, Gracie, Bedouin, Athelone, Isis. The race was magnificently sailed and aroused unbound enthusiasm. The race for sloops was won by the Puritan, beating her nearest competitor, the Priscilla, by eleven minutes and forty seconds her corrected time being five hours, twenty- two minutes, thirty seconds. The Fortuna won the cup for schooners, beating the Montauk by two minutes thirty-eight seconds. Her corrected time was five hours forty-five minutes, fifty-six seconds. Both winning yachts are owned in Boston. The Puritan is looked upon as the most dangerous competitor of the English yachts Genesta in the coming race for the Queen's cup. On account of the heavy winds early this week the moorings of the yachts were dragged a conside...
FATAL STABBING AFFRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
FATAL STABBING AFFRAY. JAMES MACKEN STABBED TO THE HEART AT SAN RAFAEL. At about 7 o'clock last Saturday evening Thomas Flannigan stabbed and killed James Mackin in Andrew Kappenman's saloon, San. Rafael. Both men had been drinking during the afternoon, and it is stated had had a slight quarrel a short time before. Mackin was a plumber who had been employed by Kinsella &amp; Johnson, and it is said he was going to the shop to get paid off on Saturday evening, after leaving Grieske's corner on B and Second street, where he had been talking with Flannigan. The latter followed for about a block when Mackin turned and was heard to say "If yon don't stop following me I'll give you a smack in the jaw." A few minutes later they were together in Kappenman's saloon on the opposite side of the street when Flannigan asked Mackin what he meant by striking him over the way. The latter answered "Oh, nothing; why? If you don't like it put up your props," squaring off as if in fun and givin...
SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
SUPERIOR COURT. Celso Gioli vs. Luigi Jacop—Cause dismissed. John Sherry vs. A. G. Scown et al— Demurrer sustained and leaveo to amend | complaint. Geo. Atklnson et al vs. M. C. Fisher et al — Demurrer to be submitted on briefs. Therese G. Cunningham vs. Arthur B. Cunningham—Decree of divorce. W. T. Theobalds vs. Eva L. Theobads—Continued to August 10th. PROBATE. Estate of Martha Akin, deceased — Administrator Eden directed to pay Judge Bowers, referee, $20.
SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
SOCIETY. — Through the kindness of Capt. Edgett a social party took place last night on the ship 'Honolulu. The music was furnished by Messrs. Watson and Long. Dancing was indulged in on the lower deck and kept up till midnight. J. E.Slinkey acted as master of ceremonies. The following were present: Mr. and .Mrs. H. L. Corran, Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Jenningson, Mr. and Mrs. C H. Goodwin, Mr. J. E. George, Miss Louise Mason, Miss Lillie Slinkey, Mr. H. ?. Davis, Mrs. W. Winters, Miss Carson, Miss Bowers and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Barrett, Miss Edith Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Slinkey, Miss Bessie Wilson, Will H. Cameron, N. F. McClure, Miss Nellie Bridewell. Miss May Flannelly, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Barrett, C. W. R. Ford. Co. F. of the third regiment gave a very enjoyable private picnic at Wild Wood Glen on last Sunday, entertaining their friends of San Francisco and a few of our village, and of Co. D. of the fifth. It was also the occasion of the happy formation of a grand constellatio...
SAN RAFAEL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
SAN RAFAEL. At the New England Villa San Rafael, last Saturday evening, was held a sheet-and-pillow-case party, at which about thirty were attired in the usual ghostly habiliments for such occasions. At 11 o'clock all unmasked and continued the dance until midnight. It was a very pleasant party enjoyed as much by the lookers-on as by the participants in their amusing pantomimes, and weird and grotesque costumes. Dr. and Mrs. Miller have often generjously accorded the hospitality of their amusement hall and enticing grounds for the enjoyment of the young folks and their friends, and for the most select and sociable parties of San Rafael these genial hosts are looked to. Mr. and Mrs. W. Taylor, and Miss Dottle Kittle, after a few days' visit to Mrs. Moses Hopkins, at her Menlo residence, returned to San Rafael on Wednesday. Miss Laura Corbitt, after a short visit to the Lathams, at San Rafael returned home last week. Mrs. Miles of San Rafael is on a month's visit to Santa Cruz. Mrs. M...
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
HOTEL ARRIVALS. | KotMerrA -.1 fbe "Xl Mont." Hotel this week. iv V r. r-it or. i *■'.: , ■*' "II wii*'.''-. it,;. i *r I 0 ok ... I wife, . -M Xi nr.i i. II I- '■••», i t. . ..,•„ rrt.-'e. tMV :. Fur.l. ■ •... «•»., ... |.r I I " i ami wife, l J a ,i an S i,. v, X II 0 t» ii ■ I J .i.nus.n, an l vtl.'e, W 3 Mill limn mil ■'■
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
POSTAL. V(i- *-(•'■ -I. M*::■ »*r;v. l*PT.*att I .■'/-* I lr -II »n.'ri-ia-'i r,i?)*l c:»ii , 11. MaM i tUeie— — ,-iL 40/-I I 3 .'I , .i I I,', 0r« UfXDAVß—Clfiss »t " . ■ ■» A. V , f- r ** II ftanntsc"! a:*..*.*-- :«o - -4-' a vi It-run '* AnViir.T:-: 10 rr.TTF.lia, '.■•;'•: v.*."* :.' &gt;*.-■! '» --.-• r'3iatoug n l!i«Tr«l. -, •-;. .-,.... *-: II c.. l.t;'. i .il/.-rol :i -o.i i-. , i i,. i a I" »--! .- ■•:-:■' o- til -i."'*' . . i,: ■■ ■ «.'. :i r '■&gt;. 11 •:■:•• 1 ii:. ," o v.:. ■» r.ou ii . -i ;■; i. i c. ,- I '.:»'. .:.i ii.l - - **. : l ; ....I I ' 1:..- 1" -. I i.'.X-C Oaio* S-. - ii . i, i;,i»v J Clifford, • »■» » . i ..us, (-lins i 'u-tl. , '■ .. .: . DI.II .m. . ». InDettenconrl i .i t'ltstfi-rald, -. Il Hi :.. It lt.irt !"-» i ■■■ U PiBIII El n ■ ■'"" ', .: i * • i.tt.t .; t. M.
CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
DIED. Schneider - In Sausalito, August 6th. Eddie only son of Fred and Louisa Schneider, a native of San Francisco, aged 1 year, 5 months 6 days. The funeral will take place on Saturday from the ferry landing, San Francisco upon arrival of 10 o'clock boat from Sausalito. ■ NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. - $5 REWARD! Lost in going from the church via Harrison Avenue and Bulkley Avenue to my house, a brown mixed sack coat. Has a wallet in the side pocket containing name and address with maps and other papers. The above reward will be paid for the return of coat and contents to ROBERT GEORGE GEESE FOR SALE! Fine lot of geese are offered for sale at $1 apiece. Inquire of MRS. CAMPBELL, Woodward Valley. CHICKENS FOR. SALE. I have a large number of chickens for sale wholesale or retail, live or dressed. Delivered any address. PAUL TROUETTE. Sausalito Market. FOR SALE - Good plunger and two skiffs in good order are offered for sale at reasonable terms. CAP'l'. JOHN MOSS BROOKS. Yacht Chispa. SaO 111 ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
. ___ —— y . ,- » IX, », - -^ ■ ■ ■ - '...,.,.„,.~ . , '...,... -n i- i - --■-«-- ICHI BAN BAKERY, Ice t'renm null t'olTre I'm lor. Ice cream,. confectionery , cakes, Etc. A OOMPLFTK MTOOK OP CHOICE t»Ki:.\. II IND PLAIN t AMIIIIS. Families supplied with Dread etc., tit reasonable terms. . .oprosnß. . F KETIY WII A R F, CLEMENH Wiksk. - - i'luil'itiK't'oi:. J HE SEASIDE R ESO RT! FIX 7:7 NEW SALOOX. J XI) )\Aii.:.yo EOOTk -'. . \\M\ T.i'o- AM) nr,V^, IlllObv) Ll,L'v..-J n.O ir.'.l.. • ■rvvv.j\ Mil- i .-•-- .".'.'j-'.-iii n j.' U»^§iS&amp;'- .:.'.': -.. .-: ;,...-...,;e(.' .»./:::i»u-'. THOS. RYAN, Piop. GEO; V, KENNEDY, BLACKSMITH WAGON MAKER. All work attended to with promptiiuss and satisfaction guaranteed. ( ) Horshoeing a Specialty. Agricultural Machinery of nil kinds repaired on short notice. SHOP, WATEIt St., Sausalito. " WILLIAMS &amp; CO, Wbolatala Matinfiicturer* and Dttlcn la FIXU 'fiOuUE MADE CIO-ABS. Maiiin COUNTS TttADI Supplied With all Rcxjuired Grade*...