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r«**M la Mm Wins Cup. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
r«**M la Mm Wins Cup. [Kew Terk Commercial Advertiser.] S*«ry effort !• made by the vintners to frmwmt «&lt;l*lUr»tio», but whenever they •Mid their wine* in bulk there is danger of •itUteraUoa. The con urn tis liable to get ■&gt; deduction of the genuine article with the ■4altjM«ato that are m*io in thin city. TkSs •dolisrettea threatens to bring about the mumptioa of importations from France an/1 Italy. The adultrratloa Is done principally la Ika »»ty, allhouirfe bat a small part of the CaUfwateaat Ohio wines s&gt;li in thU city is adulterated. Such pracllcn threaten to liirrssisa There are two houses in this oity vim business is to make adulterant!. Their eatorpriaa represent* considerable capita), s»l the profit* are Hr;e. The one rtqviaite is that th« adulterating liquor •hall be made at about one-third of the expen** of tt» f«Duin* article. Wlsm is (nade the foundation of the ad alterant, which Is mule up of corn spirits f lneo«a, "adds and liar Ting ex...
Th« Msb In Wl.Ur. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
Th« Msb In Wl.Ur. [Boston Oazutte.] ▲ man in white, baggy linen attire is always a humiliating sight; bij attire in it■elf is a oonfe»»lon of weakness, and emphasises the sad truth that summer has got the better of him. A mortal who thus compromises with his dignity is lost to p udence, and discovers, too late, that Nemesis baa assumed the shape of moist starch, and •j , driving • %im through the world with ■hmnlisn east, distorted trousers nd a vest •ugjfMf're of a a»»p of Oceanica. Tola ilar* of the sun, however, is doomed to sink , atttl lower, and in the month of AogMt will 'ba ' found ■ slinking along the streets without* collar, hU j limp coat slung over hi» ana, - «nl hu bat reinore 1 from Me penpir ing bead to take the place of a fan! Conteienoe at but smites him, and, to •roM kU iriends, he creep* along the shad. owaotkoosea, and regards dark angles and desalts I ttreete with a longing almost propotttaswte to bis intense humiliation and moral wtwkMia,
Wkar* Owd Dre*4lng Count*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
Wkar* Owd Dre*4lng Count*. lFi««bur» Dispatch.] ■ Clma tmam, clean hands, an 1 clean llartw at* •«ppo«e J to show good braiding i* IndirUtMh, but they an not more rlul criteria than are clean streets, dean yards Md dm alley* of good breeding in toe community. The bad breeding which filthy alley* an 1 back yardi show will ineritably revenge itself by braiding the bad in tbe I shapa of au epidemic, which, it bound to cone toon»r or later. .. _
UNINTERPRETED. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
UNINTERPRETED. 13. W. r.iiey in Indianapolis Joiima'.l Supinely we lie in the gruve'i slm.ly given-" cry, Gazing, all dreamy pi, up through tin treos; •» And as to the sight is the i;env 111 y s"p.n?ry, Bo t&gt; tho hearing tbo &gt;ign of Mm brerzi— We catch but faint rifts of tlio blui through tlie wavering Bourns of tun maple*; and, lite" in lefi'imi. The wlii-rx?r9 ami lisps of llio leaves, fni.it and quavering. Meaningless falter mul fall on tin mini. The Tin*, with its beauty of blossom, goes rioting Up by the cacem?nt, as swept to the eye As the trill of the robin is restful mi 1 quieting. Hoard in a drowse with the dawn in the &gt;ky. Ap. 1 yet we yoarn on to loam more of the mystery We fee and we hear. 1 tit forever remain Mute, blinded and deaf to the ultimata history Bern of a row, or a patter of rain. C.nld I but dolvo out tha deeper sublimity Hid In the lily that smiles as I write— Ah] my Rood friends, how in glad unanimity You should i""id rhyme?...
THE STRENGTH OF GIBRALTAR. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
THE STRENGTH OF GIBRALTAR. Story of m &gt;'otcil SioßC— An I'npleasant Arranscniont for Spain. lßelaravia.! French and Spanish troops, 40,000 in number, for four Ion? year* — from June, 177!). till February, 173;;— belearucred th* fortres: of Gibraltar, then hell by Gen. Eliot with a garrison of 7,0 X) men. The enemy erected batteries right aerois the sandy isthmus, while in tbo bay they had fortyseran ship-i of tha lino mil ton 'li.ittering»bip." besides countless 10-spr craft. One night the rock narrowly escaped being taken by MirprU &gt;. A goatherd having undertaken to guide the Spaniard 1 by a path then unknown t &gt; tho English, 5)) troop&lt; followed him one dark night and crept silently to a hullo c.illj 1 tho Silloti. or little chair, and thence to the signal station, where th:»y slow tho guard. There they awaited reinforcement) from below; these, however, mn delayed, an 1 tin garrison meanwhile worn nrc 1:1-1* I, nn.l, Ballying forth, drove...
A WitPrn Hailstorm. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
A \WitPrn Hailstorm. lei.i.M •. Herald.) "Thy can talk all they pleaw about t!n west," said a passenger (TOM western Kansas, "but I j-taiul up fur it every time. lt'the l«st c&lt;iuntry in the Unite 1 BraUt for a farmer. All a mail bai to ilo li to give nature a little a*&gt;istano, mil she'll provide for him, and provide ■■•11. too." "But don't you hxvo ioar'ul storms out them!" 1 '•Yes, sometime*, 'specially hailstorm. But that ouly l;' &gt; ■ - to prove tbe ti lit lof what I'm tallin you. Hailstorms an a part of nature, an' they hep A man, if he only know* how to take advantage of 'em. »Vi,.--last fall a big hailstorm came alon-; over m ■ place, an' I'll be darned if it didn't shuck out sixty acre* of com for mi as sleek as a whittle. All 1 hail to d i was to drive a wagon through and pick up tin corn." "Wonderful." "Wonderful I I should nay so. And that wasn't all of it, either. Thorn big hailstoneburied tbems«lv&lt;93 t-v &gt; f-iot under...
Mo More Foes to Stepping- Cur Porters. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
Mo More Foes to Stepping- Cur Porters. [Cincinnati Enquirer.) "Facts I'll fill your pajier with fact*. I'll give you facts enough to knock you silly." "Let 'em go." "Well, say. I'm a traveling man. Commercial tourist Drummer. We have two or three nssociations. I belong to 'em all. We numter 15),000, and we're kicking. Kicking about sloeping-car porter* Wait till you see what we'll do about a at our next meeting. We're going to reiolvi) not to pay, Yin a cent Now. look here. Out of our 150,000 two-thirds of us, or 100,000, travel "JOO nights m lue year. Ain't that so? Well, there's 100,000 on the road to-night They'll give the porters a quarter each; Dint's 185000 a night; i&gt;X) night-, $.'5,000,000 a year. Th» sleepingcar companies haw figured on thi , and only pay the porters 118 a month. They're fly, and, mind you, this doesn't count in other travelers. Put that in, will you? Say, where did you got that Cve-cont torch, anyhow; Here, take a go© I on". IVo go* n'bor a: •m ...
Fleeing; from His Joltes. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
Fleeing; from His Joltes. [Ctitaaco Tribune.] Another man w'.io hii 11 &gt;,l from his joksi, says a correspondent writing of Sunset Cox, is W. h. AlJon, the funny man of The New York Times, whom the pio-i iont has sent on a foreign mission. Ho was doin; bettor financially titan he will whan serving liii ©•untry In 11 me, lor his salary as a journalist nas S3 ikh 1 conf. groat an 1 he wa&lt; called upon simply to provide one article per day for the eJitorial pa^j of Tile Timos. This piece VMM require.-l to bo funny, and it wag never absont from liio liith column. But Adieu had no liking for the reputation which was rapidly being fastened upon him. He aspired to be a writer in tlm higher level* of litsrature. Therefore, when the opportunity offer*! itself, ha broke coin, pletely away rum his prosperity, mil is going to see if he can live dowu his notoriety as a humorist
Her Inspiration. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
Her Inspiration. lihe Rambler.] Society Girl—My dear Miss McSiddons, bow you must adore your art You seem perfectly wrappal up in it. I love to see you gaze upward la that soulful way of yours when you coma to particularly emotional pa-sago*. Are you soekins inspiration when you look like that) Emotional Actress—Ob, no; I am ju-t oountiug the receipts of tho gallery. Old St. LouU families u-se iwgruoi as pallbearer*. ....
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
THE Sausalito Land *•■• a.-AXD •••••• FERRY CO. ■ ■ 1,, .i —. -•■--—» NOTICE! The sausalito land and Ferry Company offers its Lands for Sale in Building Lots. BLOCK - .... AM*. Acre Parcels, ....AND 1T5.... Water Front LOTS, On Easy Terms. The North Pacific Coast Railroad Company's line of road traverses the entire North —over three miles — the Company's land, bringing all parts of the property withni quick traveling distance of San Francisco Thirty minutes from ■■vMrf to wharf. • THE.. . -W A. T IE SR,--....AND.... LANDSCAPE VIEWS . . . .ARE.... mi•AHXi • i • i UNEQUALED BY ANY Around San Francisco. The locality is Healthful in the highest degree. The Soil Warm and Productive. 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, Please apply to the Secretary of the Company, Room 9, No. 419 Callfonia Street, san Francisco, ....OR 0N.... TUEDATS AND THURSDAYS, AT...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
EL MONTE. «EI Monte" Hotel! SAUSALITO'MARIN C0.,0AL., THE NEAREST O3TJ2STTE/"ST RESORTFOR FAMILIES OUTSIDE OF SAX FRANCISCO. , ■ - Boating, Fishing, Sea Bathing, shady Groves AND BBJKITIBIIL • DRIVES. Extensive Improved Grounds. * •••• ••*• •••• •••••••• •••■ •••• •••• •&lt;•■ ••»■ *••• •■■• ■••• * !....CROQUET AND LAWN TENNIS COURTS : Table First-Class, B@THotel open Summer nnd Wintor.^a Rates $2.00 to $2.50 per day; $10 to $12 per week. ... Special rates to Families. .-£ t -. N. B. —Commutation tickets S3 per month. .' ' -2'■■ J. E. SLINKE^, PBOPKIETOB. JH HOTEL JH " AND. REST A.TJ H A. IST T ! WATER St., SAUSALITO. Board ami Lodging by the day, week or month, at Moderate Terms. Meals Furnished at all Hours. Fine Bar of Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. HARRY RQWSON, - Pbop. A.R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. Jk W Meals at all Hours. Bar Supplied with Best of Everything. Opposite Railroad Wharf. SAUSALITO - - Cal. a. E.. SilyA Prop. ♦LISBON H O,T EL! SAUSALITO, MARIN CO.,...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
TAMALPATS HOTEL ! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - Cm.. BOARD and LODGING . .Br the. . DAY, WEEK, OR MONTH. At Reasonable Hates. Tlie Bar is Supplied with Good "Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Thomas &amp; Marshall, Pkohjietors. WILD WOOD GLEN! footed pigip 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. Thcro is no mom charming resort within fifty miles of Hun Francisco. ED WARD STAHL, Prop. SAUSALITO, - '['■ Cal. OYSTER GROTTO! Oysters Co oked in Every Style. Private Orders Filled. Genersl Reataurant business Conducted. Special facilities for touriata. Bar fun.isrlie with the 1..-t liquors in the Btate. lie* porches and linn Ii arbors vonstraot* ill over the ' bay affording % niauniflcient «ita view. Water St. - - Sausalito ANDREW KLCHQLJ.S, prop'
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. . .. F. Fiedler, DEALER IN GENERAL ■ MERCHANDISE! Groceries, 9 Crockery, Dry Goods Hardware TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES, BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOBACCO axd CIGARS. ______ ■ J3jgr°Gooos Delivered to "am, I'AKTS OK s.yusalito FKEE OF Charge. - I have a new, carefully selected nncl complete lino of general merchandise and am selling a city rates. ■:; ..• . :■■■"■■• The public patronage Is reoprctfulljr lollolted — ;-■;:- Stoke, "Water St., Sausauto. F. FIEDLER, Prop. PIONEER BOAT HOUSE! ►££_&amp;&gt; _^ ■ &gt;&gt;&amp;£^ SAUSALITO, - ' - Cal. . . A LARGE TABIETY OF srLENDID. .• Whitehall, Fishing and llusTixa Boats. The Urge and comfortable Plunger, MERMAID With an experißiicert Flßhermiin In ohnrsp, cm bo engaged to take parties to I In: I'lbhiii;; GruuuOi. Sportsmrn and Pleasure BeeVer» will find this tho mod compl'te Boatlnft and Fishing Eetablinbiiitul in the vit'iuity of San Francitico. A large Assortment of Fishing Poles, Fishing Tac...
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. ■Rom San Francisco for Sauaallto &amp; San Rafael WEEK DAYS. HUNDAV.S. 1,30 n iv 3 .'.■*) p m 8.00 a m 3.1"' pm 9.21) am 4.80 i&gt; iv 10.00 a m Mdpm 11.00 a m C..-0 p in il..iiiHiii .... ii in , 's 1.30 pin Extra trip on Saturdays at 1.3U p.m. ram San Rafael for Sausalito &amp; San Francisco WEEK DAYS. 'A' SUNDAYS. 6.15 am •llJUam *8M a m *\).'&lt;o pm 17,45 a m •3.28 pin "10.10 am 4.5 )pm •9.20 am *4.60pm *1-2.00 m •6.80 pm *1.35 p m •Extra trip on Saturdays at 1.25 p.m. i Trains niarkad thus (*) start tr m San Qtientin From Sauaallto for San rancisco. WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS. (1.4.1 &gt; iv 13.05 p m 8.40 a in 4 00 pm 8.15 a in 4.00 pm 10.45 a 111 r&gt;.:m pm I) U0 a in 8.30 p m 111.85 m 7.15 j.i:i 2.15 pm . Extra trips on Saturdays nt 2.00 and 7.00 p.m. ■-"'.■■ « THROUGH TRAIN'S. 8.10 am anil 4.00 pm dally, Sundays exempted iroiiKn Trains from Baugaliti&gt; for Dun-:iii ...
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. I DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS, t I.vr S. F. 7 45 a m Train Lv» 8. It. tJO a in " " o.l«am •' " •• (&lt;.(■&lt;&gt; am " " IJ.OO in " " " 10.30 ahi " " 3.30 1' in ' 1 ill pin " ". *.00 pm •' ** ll 3.J0 pin "' " 6.10 pui " ■! '• 8.0.5 p m SUNDAYS ONLY. t In 8. F. 8.00 »m Train lvn S. 11. H.lUa m ' " " V.m) 11 ill " " " (&gt;.4oaiu -•'•« 11.00 am " " ■ " 12.15 p m " " 1.30 pui " " " 3SO in • " " ».00 1&gt; iii " ' " " OHO piu Quail season opens on September first. The birds are plentiful in Marn County. Over thirty new houses have been put up in Sausalito this year. Who says we are not progressing? Judge J. S. Bellrude is unloading a schooner with brick, sand, lumber etc. for some new buildings to be erected: Joe Loriano is building a twostory house on Johnson street near Water Avenue in the rear of his place of business. Messrs. Pisis &amp; Moore architects have drawn up the plans for a fin...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
YACHTING. On Saturday last the San Francisco Yacht Club had an excursion to California City where all hands indulged in fish chowder provided by Commodore Gutte. At 2.15 p. m. the starting gun was fired and the Chispa got under weigh followed by the Lolita, Ripple, and Emerald, The signal was set to follow the movements of the Commodore who stood over to the city followed by the others. The Chispa soon ran ahead of everything. When off the Smelting works the order was given California City Point, and with sheets slacked off all were soon on their way thither. After anchoring fishing was indulged in for some time while the chowder was preparing and soon after the Rambler, Lively, Dawn and Startled Fawn joined the fleet. At. 9 p.m. orders were given to come aboard the flagship and get your silver plate and spoon and go ashore for chowder. Capt. Brooks was the culinary artist and all hands declared that it was the best chowder they had ever eaten. After the repast the Moore brothers of...
CAMP STONEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
CAMP STONEMAN. The militia encampment at Santa Cruz last week was in nearly every particular a grand success. It seemed apparent at the commencement of the week that more capable executive ability could find room for improvement; but even though it was the first experiment as an entire division encampment we find little room for unfavorable comment throughout the whole. From the pitching of the tents to the solemn burial of "Tripe" by the Dandy 5th, and final "rally round the flag" was one continuous round of duty and pleasure, and genial courtesies between officers and men and the sociable people of Santa Cruz. The old editor went along with the boys in blue, and regrets that it would seem immodest for him to give even just praise to his own company and regiment; but how few there are who have the same modesty is shown in the varied colored reports in the different journals furnished by members of different companies who represented them at Camp Stoneman. But if "all is fair in lov...
SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
SOCIETY. Reports of weddings, parties, receptions events in society of interest to the general public and personal movements respectfully solicited from all parts of Marin County. They must always be accompanied by the name of the writer, EXCURSION ON TAMALPAIS. Last Sunday a party of eight young people made the ascent of Mount Tamalpais. The weather, although rather foggy on the bay proved to be unusually fine at Tamalpais, and the party going plentifully supplied with eatables, succeeded in passing a very pleasant day among the higher altitudes of that delightful resort. The party consisted of Pearl Martin, Mr. James Morrison, Miss Lizzie Vickers, Mr. Arthur Ginnever, Miss Nellie Preston, Mr. Eugene Tugger, Miss Lillie Burr, and Mr. James Avery. Mr. Robert Furlong president of the Marin County Board of Education and recent principal of our district school, has left Sausalito for a few months to visit his old home at Marshall, Michigan, and other places in the East. Mrs. Stowell an...
SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885
SUPERIOR COURT. E. B. MAHON, JUDGE. P. B. Hewlett vs Chas Martin; argument continued to 31st inst. Chas F Brown, guardian, vs M P Wiggin et al; change of venue granted. People vs Thos Flanagan; information for murder filed by the District Attorney, W T Coleman vs Lucy Riex et als; Thos J Bowers appointed guardian ad litem. Decree of foreclosure. Jas C Small vs Josephine C Venard et al, 3 day to file authorities. Estate of Janet and Jas Watt, minors; Robert Watt appointed guardian.