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Earthquakes and Mine I |>l<>nl<n>i. IKxchanße.) [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
Earthquakes and Mine I \|&gt;l&lt;&gt;nl&lt;n&gt;i. IKxchanße.) In cenncction with the disastrous co!---!'.?ry explosion! at Karwin and Saar !.,rtieke;;, Hi-it Rudolph Jail, tho Austrian geologist, who has made a special study of volcanic eruptions, publishes a caution to mine overseers, He says that explosions in mines usually coincitto with or follow closely upon earthquakes, and lie mentions as days that will bo dangerous in raiuos this year, tJH over france, March 30, Juuo 13, July-l^ept: 6.»td Sept. 24. Uj ■
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
THE Sausaiito 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 Terras. The North Pacific Coast Railroad Company's line ot road traverses the entire North Front over three miles — ot the Company's land, bringing all parts of the property wit! ni quick traveling distance of San Francisco— Thirty minutes from wharf to wharf. ■.'.■.. THE.. . -"W A. T E 11....AND.... LANDSCAPE VIEWS ... .ARE.... UNEQUALED BY ANY Around Ban Francises. ■ The locality is Healthful in the highest degree. The Soil Warm and Productive. ■ Water from Flowing Spring—l • Pure and Plentiful —furnished from the Company's Reservoirs and Mains, AT REASONABLE RATES. . ■ , • For all information in regard to Sites, Prices and Terms, Please apply to the Secretary of the Company, Room 9, No. 419 Califonia Street, San Francisco ■■-■&gt;-■■; ■ ■ ■ i ~- •'.. . .OR on TUB DAYS AND thursday...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
EL MONTH. SAUSALITO'MABIN CO.,CAL., THE ITIEUVIREiST CDTJ2NTTI^"Y' RESORTFORFAMILIES OUTSIDE OF SAN FRANCISCO. ____--.——■■£&gt;&gt; — IUI &lt;!■ ■ j Boating, Fishing-, Sea Bathing, shady Groves ±- AND BW]iimßUh DRIVES." . - ■ * * Extensive Improved Grounds. : ....CROQUET AND LAWN TENNIS COURTS : Table First-Class, . jSSss"Hotpl open Summer and Winter.«^a Rates 82.00 to $2.50 per d»y; 110 to $12 per week. Special rates to Families. N. B.— Commutation tickets 83 per month. J. !:. SJQjIOSrjKTSY; rnopiiiETon. Jf| HOTEL JH AND "REST-A.TJ It A IST T ! WATER St., SAU'SALLTO. Board and Lodging by the day, week or month, nt Moderate TkUSIS. Meals furnished at all Hours. Fine Bar of Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. HARRY BOWSOy, - Vii'ir. A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. Jk W Meals at all Hours. Bar Supplied with Best of EveryTill NO. Opposite Hail road Wharf. SAUSALITO - . - OaL A. R. SilyA Prop. ■ LISBON r ~ h mm EL! SAUSALITO, MAEIN CO., Gal. ... ' '■-. ' • ' O...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
TAMALPAIS. HOTEL ! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - Cm.. BOARD and LODGING . .l»i Till:. . *" DAY, WEEK; Oil MONTH, At Reasonable Rates. The Bar ihi Supplied with Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Thomas &amp; Marshall, • PIiOI'RIETUUS. WILD WOOD GLEN; ! SOTBL /lI]D PIGIJIG GROUNDS"! This Picturesque spot has been put in thorough repair by the 'Proprietor. ? • " The Hotel lias been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Grounds, Stocked with best wines and liquors, !■ Theroisno mnro cliaruilDß resort within fifty miles of San Francisco. EDWARD BTAML, Prop, SAUSALITO, - . Cal. ■ OYSTER ~ GROTTO! : — Oysters Cooked in Every Style. Private Orders Filled. Genersl Reataurant business Conduct© . .^-.^ Special- faiililtlpg for tmiriotK. liar i"urntalifc«i with tin* bout liquor aln (he btati 1.; litTieU^ purcbM "I'd luiitli hi burs 1-■ int.tnil*tItd over thu boy wirordii g a '^ iniiKuiliciciit water vie Water St. - • tSausalito. ■ ANDREWNICHOLAS, fROr.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. F.Fiedler, DEALER IX-— GENERAL MERCHANDISE! Groceries, Crockery, Dry Goods Hardware TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES, BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOBACCO am) CIGABS. - j3gr"Gooi&gt;B Delivered to all PAItTS &lt;&lt;!•■ SaUSALITO FKEE OF Ciiak(;i:. I have a new, carefully selected and complete line of general merchandise and nm selling a city rate:?. The public iiatroniKC In rerprctl'ulljr m.lii'ito d Store, Water St., Sausamto. F. FIEDLER, Pi«&gt;r. PIOnSTBEH/ BOAT HOUSE! SAUBALITO, - - Cm.. . .A LAEOK VAEIETY OF sri.KNDII). . Whitehall^ Fmiixa and llcxtixo ; IJoAfM. Tlic large and loinfoitable rinnj-'ir, MERMAID With on fxpi'rit'ni^'il FlHliiTinim in clinr^'i 1, cmi ho i■■! [aged ku takv iwirtii!!' to thel'lbhln^ UrutUldi, Slimtsinrn and Plruun Berkm will Uad this dm •11 *t cuiupli ti' Dontlna and liililng EataUlUhliunt in tin.' vicinity ot S.iii ntnciiOUi i A large Assortment of Fishing Pules, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Sinkers, Unit, Etc., Etc., Constantl...
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. From San Francisco for Sausallto &amp; San Rafael WEEK IMYS. SUNDAYS. 7,:ii)nm :; vi) p iii x.no n in g,IJ p m 11,10 • m 4.5(1 |&gt; in lll.mi am 4,46 jllu 11.mi am 6.-0 pin 11..10 kin i;..in i&gt; in i.:io p m Extra trip on ntiudaj ut Lull I'M. From San Rafael for Sausalito &amp; San Francisco WKKK IUVS. SUNDAYS. T.l.i am |*i 1M» ni *8.n5 a m '.l.'.i) pin •7,*.'&gt;uiu *3.28 i&gt; in *l».lll v m 1.5 i [mi •MO tin I *I.sopin *li.m in ■c,;iupui' ' *1.;15 pin "Extra trip on Satiinlu.Vii at I.2"H'.m. Tiaim mar kail thus (*) i-l..it him Sun Qu( ntin From Sausalito for San rancisco. WKKK DAYS. I BIJNUAYH. ft.4.tain I rill.) pin H,411 nin 4no pin 1.16 am 4.011 p m ! 1n.45 am 8.81) pin 10.011 &gt;in "i.311 pin li ill pin 7.1."&gt; pin ■: I ; l.Upn Extra trips on SutunlnjK nt 2.01) ami 7,00 P.M. THROUGH TIIAISB . 8,10 am mill 4.00 pin daily, Suii'l.iys eieaptsil' Throug...
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. JIAII.Y BXOKPT SUNDAYS. Unit I.v« S. F. " is ii in Tniin I.vs H. 11. ft.3o .1 m •' •• •' !&gt;.l."&gt;aiu K.uilani •• •&lt; •• U'.UO in " 1" » " Hl.*) am '• ■' " Mi pin " " •' l.lliiiii • • " " .-1.111 |i in •• '• " :i.*iipin "'"'■" ".. i" i.tt.iui&gt; in' " ".' '• 0,1)3 [1 111 SUNDAYS ONLY, 1 Bout Irs S. F. K.IK) a 111 Train Ivh S. H. 8.10 11 111 . •&lt; •• &gt;• !i.:*) in si. ill 11 111 ' " " " 11. (HI II 111 " " " 1.'.1.') 1&gt; 111 i 1 i..i() in " " " ;i so p 111 &lt;• •• " IMpßil " " " Clio vi ] _ i Cottage to let. See ad. Furniture for sale. See ad. Mr. Joseph Jewett and family have moved to Haywards, Alameda county. - The Sausalito Land and Ferry Company held their regular monthly meeting last Tuesday. For strong winds and long winds this summer has never been equalled says "the oldest inhabitant." The Sausalito Reading Circle will meet on next Wednesday even...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
YACHTING. The annual regatta of the Pacific Yacht Club has been fixed, by Commodore Caduc, for September 9th. The course will be three times up and down the channel from Fort Point to Goat Island, instead of the triangular course from Mission Rock to Hunter's Point and then to Fort Point. On any ordinary day this will ensure a breeze, and will avoid the calm streaks that prove so annoying. This new departure with the approval of our yachtsmen, although the beat to windward makes it favorable to the smaller craft that receive time allowance. If there are any of our yacht boys or owners who would like to stake their laurels, luck or lucre for local championship with the oars, there are a couple of accommodating boys who may be heard from at Nick Sease's. Since reciving the above we have stated that the young men refered to can make arrangements at the News office for either a single or double scull race for $25 or $50 as may suit them best. The Casco was taken into Oakland Creek, last...
SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
SOCIETY. Reports of weddings, parties, receptions, events in society of interest to the general public and personal movements respectful!y solicited from all parts of Marin County. They must always be accompanied by the name of the writer. _ The Bulls-head breakfast given on the "El Monte" grounds last Sunday by Colonel Slinkey under the auspices of the Society of True Friends was in every particular one of the most jovial and successful social occasions ever held in Sausalito. A large canvas covered salle a manger had been put up adjoining the hotel, with canvas furnished by Captain Mallandaine of the ship Imberhorn, and in this three long rows of tables were set. At about 12 o'clock the steaming hot bulls heads had been dug up and taken in charge by the three carvers of the occasion, George Davis, A. Barbier and A. Meyer, and the waiter lost no time in serving the 130 members of the Society and invited friends who had taken their seats. A good bull-headed menu was before them Span...
FOR THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
FOR THE LADIES. Embroideries for yachting costumes have anchors, ohm and mini atnra flags. Lizards, spiders, butterflies, mice and ravens are some of the odd fancies in jewelry. . "Worth' the Paris milliner, habeen made a 13.mm. If i,-. supposed that the Indies will now find an additional charm in his designs and attune.,. Parisian dresses of stiiped material have the buck dinperies arranged so that half the stripes an horizontal and half perpendicular. Canvas drap re? are much em ployed for silk dresses. Crape dresses are made over silk. !'&gt;!ae!&lt; or cream lace"' mantles are worn with any toilet. Gauze ribbons are used for trim ming (I. 'esses as well as bonnets. Shoulder capes are longer and lighter than formerly. They art made of crepe de Chine, lace oi chenille. Etamine and cotton fabrics stamp ed with gold are novelties. White vests are made of Turkish toweling and buttoned with small pearl buttons. The cull's and col lar are made of the same material Jacke...
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
HOTEL ARRIVALS. Registered at the "El Monte" Hotle this week. Miss May Flantelly, J M Rademaker and wife, Miss Bessie Wilson, Geo. Burgess &amp; daughter, Miss H W Tracy, J F F??teacher and wife, Miss Nightman, Judge T Z Blakeman and Miss J L Tay, family, Miss Jeanette Ogilvie, C M Keeney &amp; family, Miss Lpuise Mason, Miss Thorpe Talbot, Victor J Roberson, Mrs Eaton, Morris U Bates, Wm H Cameron, Capt Mallandaine, W F McClure, Geo M Robertson &amp; wife Miss Nellie Brideswell, Mrs. W. B. Wilshire and child,
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
POSTAL. • ir»r« C!o?e. ! Mill" a-t'v. For San Fran-) B.nn am II r m San Fr»n. 1 S.OT am C l, eo [ 11.,-.-) am I iito M' &lt;0 am ) »..'n ml I R.t.iPM SUNDAYS—CIn«r« at 7 80 a. m . f r Sin FranolaoO, Arrivcit at 8.40 A. M fr 1 111 " ADVEJ.TI-Kl' LETTERS. r.ist if uniliiiin -I left, r- rcmnlnlni? In the Pi Itnfflce at Ban ki t", M- Tin county, CnHfornia July 1, 188S: To obtudi any of thue letter* the uppllcantniDkt call f. -r "H.lvi&gt;rtlnfd 1. tt is" Riving (ii.t» wlen pulilirbrd. if not cullrrl for wilhln one i, ii.th, they will be suit to the 11 » I Letter Office, .1..T1 Bti Kf-ninn, Kilw.l CiitTiuil, M ~ It 0 « ill airid, Chi" f!»«tlc, i X cry, D L I) irn, ■I- .. i!i'ii' le Urtteiu-iMirt I ■• t-U'^i ralil, AUWaHi-iH. Hut Jli-i ry M I)ii^;:iii El"»uor M«ri;ar't. JOBS I cuskll P. M.
CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
CHRIST CHURCH. Rev. Fr.uiiEiiii k W Heed, Banoa. St'XPAYS— H ly Columunlnn, "I" a. m. First ..]:. , y ill lid Month. II A.M. Kvini..g Prayer. 8 P.M. RilD.av BVhn 1 '■' Ma. m. v. UK PAYS— Hcly C'oiuruiiuinn, 1" A M. Frituv—Lit my, 1(1 A. Mi ' ■■ the Women's Auxiliary," » OulM for Chiiroti \v ik hi ■•■!« iMrrtjf Tow «J la Dr. Ouirn'ii •••'*''■ »( 1f H. Any 1 idlen wIIIIOH t.i help In Church work tr« cortUnllj Invltnl t" atl. ml. i 1 ■■ \.nli.; inrln liuil I nu'tx nt the mill' I'll' 1' it :y TlmrMlay iittt'iu i"ll at 4 "■■"' Ski Tin K. t rll ny lii Mi 11 »i tli Boctprynn Menaaj iv ■1.1,.. i, or it trin i nun irti r an} 11 Uu aertlrt*
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
Kaw advertiskmknts. : COTTA(i!': TO LET. #~IOTTA«K HOIMK- OK .TTt'IEK ROOMS AND Kj i..r, .in -Unit $rj per M.i I. 1. Adiiljt to iii ill .1. NlfllOl A*. (11. 1 bllWlllUt. FURNITURE FOR BALE! ..IT OF COXrAal! I. lINM I fri; is HOUD O r,i .i i „ Apj'ly In '•'. ■na'iii;&gt;s. ITCWAID 8. F. V.O. &gt;:-, REWARD! ■ Lo«t r.i r..-.:--.. i,|..im Tin: ciirncH vi Etrtlwiß fcr««na ml Bnll(il»jr w.i.ii .-. 'i!' h^is&lt;'. ■ . IWII IL'Ssad tv'S '' •'•'. IIK « «■»'■ !*l |j tlm Hide p ■■»■ I BuDUlllun iniiif nnJ ■ Id ■ M K|liniapatu4 ul\t*l p-'i ■'"■ I .!■■ « i-&lt;v» rawif* Pill Lf» ■. ,:.:'..'' M',3fß O' c^ltl^^^i C'UlNlitM n, r.'iiii.' t' oii'jiniE. GEESE FOB HALE! . 17lV 1' tOT OF GSESK AUK ri:ii.-.D ' FOR 1 f :•: (,: f:. •ylae*. tuqulra ni - . .MHH. CAMI-11l :.L, «'&gt;.oO tr.ti v»'.!f-, CHICKENS FOR SALE. rp*".T a :.a-')H ni iII Of chickksj for »aih -■, ■,;•-».'« ,1 rutull, iivo or &lt;ir«ibM*l. Dcllv«i'J PAUL TROW tacVtrtq ,"., - -'■ t. iOB SALE...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
m!scel£ase6us. fell I BAN BAKERY, lon Cream mid PiilTes Pallor. Zee crennt, confectionery\ cakes. Etc. a COMPLETE STOCK OF (11(11 KItKN. II AND PL.%I\ (AM)IHS. Families supplied with Dread etc., ut raaaonable terms. ..orrosiTK.. FERRY WII A R l\ Clemens Wikse, - - riioi'iuETor.. THE SEASIDE Tl E S O R TI FINE NEW SALOON and waiting j:oom:&lt;. VISE?, LITOTASD CIGARS. AJ^.i* HAVTKn |?K.F.RTAHtISHF.D MV [&amp;£jy bti«lv«&lt; ii Is.avliM 1 .-&gt;!;&gt;-trnii; -tessM' ..'•»■■ i ;;■..• .■run r jm:; j:jsiju o! luj!ri«u«» THOS. RYAN, Prop. GEO. V, KENNEDY, BLACKS MITH 'AND "^^ WAGON MAKER. All work attended to with promptness 1 and action guaranteed. •- f ) Horshoeing a Specialty. Agrioultuml Machinery of nil kinds repaireil'dn short notice. SHOP, WATER St., Sausalito. WILLIAMS &amp; CO, Wholesale Jlunnfuctnrers and Dealers in FINE JiOME MADE CIGARS. Mauin County Trade Sri-run" With all Required Grades. , Encourage Home Industry and White Lab...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
WATER HATES. NOTICE! IOTICE! Water Rates ....AMD.... Conditions ....OF THE.... SAUSALITO Land and Ferry COMPANY. ■ . ■ OFFICK OP TIIK SAUSALIT O LAND and FERRY COMPANY Xo. 110 California St, Room 0. NDami FEIUIY COMPANY San Fiianitsi'o, Jan. 20, 1885, NOTICK Art TO YVATKII katks and CONDITIONS. a "'HE SAUSAUTO LAND AND FEU- . ry Company has the right to claim uud eicrt all the privileges of v Water Company under the following clauses of lis Articles of Incorporation, relating to tho '■objects and purposes for which said company is formed." viz: c. "Building flumes, 1 dams, aqueducts ly uinli-r tlie following cl.iiiHfH of It* loin ut Incorporation, relating to lb* ijeete mnl purposes for which unit] couiiv it formed," viz: ■Building Humes, damn, aqueducts reservoirs mid other structures appropriate to lie supply mnl distribution of water." ■Of collecting, dis riliutiiig nud boiling wuler." he Comtmriy bus lately applied to the Hoard of Supervisors of Marin county to dx mill establish...
THE STYLES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
THE STYLES. What Fa«lilon»l)l« I'enplo W«»r — nresi , Fabrics ami Lingerie. Watered Ir'sh poplins are in vogue, i Tan-colored kid gloves, a rough-and-ready hat or bonnet trimmed with a ] canvas scarf striped in Roman colors, a parasol largo enough to do duty as an umbrella and dovo.d of fripperies, an inexpensive chatelaine watch, a gauze or silk grenadine veil, long enough to cover the face, cross in the back, and j tie in front in short ends, a closing straw fun which can be dipped ntoj the pocket, are the proper accessories j to a lady's traveling outfit. A pretty little to let fora young girl's : wearatasummerresortcon9istsota.sk rt of cream wh te grenadine, with a deep flounce tucked and then kilted and set on above a narrow box-plealed ruffle of pink satin. The bodice is cut out square and bordered With a pleating of p.nk Span -h lace, or, if preferred, there can be subst.tuted a yoke of the pink satin, with "baby-wast" of the white grenadine; set to the yoke. In either case a...
EXHAUSTED LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
EXHAUSTED LANDS. Rotation and SI. oK Feeding a Sure Methoil or Rettnrutinn. How to restore exhausted lands is a quo-lion of much importance to farm-; ers in all the long-cultivated portions of our country. To ra ;se a crop from the so 1 and then return the same by plowing it in. adds nothing but the organ element, wh eh is taken lioin Hie atmosphere, of which there is always an abundant supply. The humus thus applied to the soil is usual beneficial in enlivening and mellowing a dead, heavy soil, but the mineral elements of plant food are not increased, though, perhaps, made more available to subt.equent crops. The soil is doubtless improved by green manuring, especially by the turning in of clover. ■ 1 * # * -—— Old Friend— "You made your niouny very fast. Mr. Goldleaf ?" Goldleaf— -Yes, sir. very fast. Ten years ago I was not "worth fivo cents; now I can count my millions." &lt;•'. "That is a very smart son of yours. I suppose ho wHfbo making money as . fast yon i! di ••Hi!...