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N.P.C RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
N.P.C RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. Prom San Frtinilwo for Sausalito &amp; San Rafael WEEKDAYS. : . • SUNDAYS. •i .10 »in .I'&gt;'p in ■ ■ am* 3.15 p m «JOa in iM (i m Kl.ikisiii 4.40 pin 1100 am tJ.JUpm ' 11.10 » m O.Mpin 1 '" ' i.:iopm Extra trij)«n Saturdays at 1.30 p.m. prom San Rafael far Sausalit* &amp; St.i Francisco WEEKDAY!*. ' , I SUNDAYS. (MS am i*HU(iain *B.ns»m *.1.20 pni ►? 45 a m *;*.'2B in *l«.lil am 4.Aipm *j-»ofcm *I.sUpm *li.oo m *C.;iU pm *1 M p ni '•Extra trip ob Httlurd»y*»t l.'iflp.M. •C rams niiirkuit t^u^ (*| btort tr m Hall Queirtin From SiaVl'Mlito for San rtincisco. Weekdays. ij KUNDAYS. Vl.lSnm iiS.f;spm I 6.M » m * I'm 815 ami 4.An]nn j 10.4* ra 5,; Mpm to U0 a m *.*) Vu» VIM pin 7.13 pm ] I 2. IS J) m Extra I*lpß on Satnnlayo at 2.00 ami 7.00 p.m. tr ■ ' -*-L*^—&gt; «inotv it TSanM. ' . S.lO »m and 4.01) pin dally, Sundays excepteS Tlirouuh Trains from Suusulito fur Duncan Mill nil way station". Through...
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS. Boat I.vh S. F. 7IS a m Train I.vk 8. 11. 0.30 a m •• 11.15 am " " " 8J»»m "', •« •• li.oo m " " " IMP a m • i •' " a.30 |. in " " " 1-30 p m • &lt; &lt;• " d.OO pin '• " " 3.40 1&gt; m • • '&gt; .•&lt; 6.10 pin " '! '" 6.0-1 p m SUNDAYS ONLY. Boat lvs 8. F. 8.00 am Train lvs 8. U. 8.10 a m ■4 •&lt; •• g.yoaiu " " " H.iium • • •&lt; •&lt; 11.00 am " " " 1.'. 1S ii la • •• " 1.30 pin " " " »30 P m ■.;•«;■ .. " 8.00 pin '• " " 8.00 Pla
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
LOCAL NEWS. %T Informal lon or any occurrences of local qenehal INTKHBHT will be thankfully receivde from any portion of the county, and conewn'.-a tlona for publication will always receive proper cotwiderntion if accompanied with the name of the writer, llirths, marriages, and deotlm, with MM and dates, pwflrtf Bpectßod. will be published without charge, if Kent to us from any part of the county. The trial of Wm. Magee vs. the N. P. C. R. R. Co. will come before the Superior Court tomorrow. The Clay Street Bank has sold 32 acres of land at Old Sausalito, this side of the reservation to Messrs. Edwards and Harrison. For a good job of landscape gardening, pruning, grafting or general garden work see Mr. M. H. Spiegle at McHugh's cottage. Atwood's cottage now occupied by Mr. W. G. Holmes and family, has been painted red, the reigning color of Sausalito. Several acres of land have been sold near the Machine Shops for a vinyard, an undertaking which if successful will be a great boom to...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
YACHTING. The Chispa, Rambler and Fleetwing were out with fishing parties Sunday near Quarry Cove, and all report good catches of rockcod. The Galatea is coming across to sail for the American cup next year, it being now said in England that the Genesta was not their champion. The San Francisco Yacht Club will close the season of '85 the last of this month, probably giving their closing trip on Sunday , the 24th instant. Most of the yachts will go into winter quarters at the close of October. The mosquita fleet were out last Sunday. The Ripple won the racing honors of the day. The Gracie has been recaulked and painted. The Startled Fawn will not go to San Diego Bay for the winter as was expected. The report that the Nellie was about to sail for Mexico is denied. "The burned child dreads the fire," Nellie, and some insurance companies naturally cannot have a good opinion of those southern climes, vide Ounakska.— Lime Pt. Signal. The Azaline has gone over to Oakland Creek, where she w...
ST. MARY’S PARISH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
ST. MARY’S PARISH. Our Catholic community have much to feel gratified for in the formation of St. Mary's Parish of Sausalito, Nicasio and Bolinas, with the Rev. John Valentini as Rector. A mission has been going on at the church here since Sunday, October 5th, concluding last Tuesday, when a requiem mass was held in commemoration of the dead. Mass was said each morning at 11a m., and sermons preached in both English and Portuguese; and in the afternoon special instruction for the children was given in catechism and doctrinal points. A mission will be opened at Bolinas on Sunday the 23th instant, to continue one week, during which English, Spanish and Italian sermons will be preached by the learned pastor. A choir has been formed under the direction of Mrs. Murphy and Mrs. Harrison, and last Sunday presented their first mass, Conconi's in F. The sopranos were Mrs. Murphy, Miss Katie Hannon, Miss Agnes Wosser; altos, Mrs. Harrison, Miss Lizzie Ehman. Mrs. Murphy was organist. At the o...
SPEEDY MURDER TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
SPEEDY MURDER TRIAL. The case of the People vs Thos. Flannagan charged with the murder of James Makin on Saturday evening, August 1st, was tried in the Superior Court that week before Judge E. B. Mahon, District Attorney Angelotti representing the people and H. McCrea Esq. defending Flannagan. The jury having been secured by Tuesday afternoon the case was begun. The witnesses called by the prosecution were A. Kappenman and wife in whose saloon the tragedy took place, Daniel OIds, Dr. Taliaferro and W. L. Barnard. The only witness for defense besides the prisoner was Mr. Cullinane, and by Wednesday noon the testimony was in and at 4 p. m. the case had been argued and given to the jury, with the charge from the Judge. The same evening a verdict was rendered of manslaughter and immediate sentence asked for by defendant's counsel. Flannagan was told to stand and receive sentence. Judge Mahon then sentenced him to seven years imprisonment in the State Prison at San Qnentin and Sheriff Ga...
SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
SOCIETY. Reports of weddings, parties, receptions events in society of interest to the general puclic and personal movements respectfully solicited from all parts of Marin County. They must always be accompanied by the name of the writer. Arrangements are completed for the A. O. U. W. ball to take place rain or shine, next Saturday evening at the S. F. Y. Clubhouse. All our people appreciate the benefits to a town of such an organization as our Workmen, composed as it is of our representative citizens, and their balls have always been most successful and enjoyable and largely attended. Excellent music has been engaged, and Mr. Stevens of the Clubhouse will serve a fine supper. Mrs. J. Fiedler of Arroya Grande, San Luis Obitpo county, has been visiting her father-in-law Mr. F. Fiedler, at this place. She leaves to-morrow for her old home in Lakeport. Mr. T. W. Jackson and family returned last week from a trip to Europe. Miss Nannie Harney and Evan Evans will be married in December. M...
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
HOTEL ARRIVALS. Registered at the El Monte" Hotel this week. Chas Howard, J Keenan and wife, Miss R A Thompson, Wm Warburton, Major Wroughton, S J Wood, Mrs A Anthony, M M Barrett and wife, J L Nagle, Major J J Harrigan, Mrs S G Wheeler and F P Callundran, mother, Judge A Craigg, Miss Wheeler, Douglas Woolley, Harold Wheeler, W W Lane, A A Wheeler, A Barlin, Arthur Wheeler, Captin J H Freeman and J McGonigle wife. Captain W F Swasey,
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
POSTAL. M«ii»cinßc ; MniU Arrive. For Sin Finn-) B.l*l am I l'rom San Fran-| S.JO am eI HCO j U.M AM I cixco \11« am SUNDAYS—CIow-M lit 7.50 a. M., for Sun Francisco Arrive* at 8.40 A. m. I rum " ADVERTISED IT.I'.S. T.M of uiu-Ulmi'il letter* renialniW In the •'""•■ offl,-.. xl Sim ai if, M.ir;ii fount)-, tinllforntn Oft. 1. 1885: 'fi&gt; obtain any of thine lettem the applimot unit rill for ••a.lvirtlw.ljctt.iii" giving date when poblMieA, II ii"' culled lot wllhln on« luunth, they will bo Hint to tile l)e»J tetter Office; Mr.* Ira a Eaton. Joao &lt;1&lt; Snz.a .In Hilva, Mi.'»KUllo TlioOoßDon.f 0 Philip-, John .-i h-ki.i. P. M.
CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
CHRIST CHURCH. hkv. FstEDEuit'i W Uki.ii, Ur.iTiMi. BtJNDAYS—HoIy Oommonion,'Ti3o a.m. First SniKlny In the Month. ii a.m. Kvi-nlng PraVpr, 8 P.M. Hr.i.ln.va&gt;li»"l«:«A.M. _. WKEK DAYS— HoIy Communion, 10 A. M. *"• %K°.i«iti»&gt;,'' • On.ld for Church Work m.'.lH every Tii.K.ln) In l&gt;r. Culrii • «&gt;fB"»«« 4l- M. Any Uili(■« willing to help ill Church work ar« cordially invited to attend. •' The' Voiini' (Hrlii Uulld mri-U M the MH place ,vi Tlnii&gt;di.y afternoon at 4 o'clock. Tin- Hector may on wen at the Kiftory on Monday , vi•nlii(!»,ur at th» Chun 1. after any of the service*
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ICHI BAN BAKERY, Ice Cream ••id Coffee Pallor. Ice cream, confectionery n Cakes, Etc. Cakes of all kinds on hand or to order for Parties or other r Special Occaiions. Fresh Bread ready every morning ... at 5 o clock. A COMPLETE STOCK OF CHOICE PKKNCII AND PLAIN C AND IKS. ..OPPOSITE.. FETt Tl V WHAB P, REICIIAKDT &amp; GRETHEL, PBOrniETORB. COTTAGE TO LET. -I7WRNIBHF.D OB UNFURNISHED. FOH PAR1&lt; TICULAKB OH UNFURNISHED. HOTEL . :fo:r, sale, GOOD SKIFF IN FIRST-CI.ABB OUDEtt 18 Offered tor »»le it reanouuble term*. Apply to CAPT. T. STEVENS, Btkwawi H. F. Y.O. Mhk. M. Gakcia Woods. f.iXPERIENCED MIDWIFE ANNOUNCES THAT I^XPERIF.NCED MIDWIFE ANNOUNCES THAT 'j 8b«»tll tlive careful iHwitlOß t" &gt;uy ■•* givt-u Ler. littldencc Caledonia Ay. 8«omllto.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
BORN . Birch — In Sausalito, October 13th, of the wife of T. J. Birch a daughter. Shaw - ln Oakland, October 7th, of the wife of James Shaw of Sausalito, a son. MISCELLANEOUS. H.J.ORUMPTON, M.D., Physician and Surgeon, SAUSALITO. Residence, Cait. J lauhison's Place (Hazel Mount.) HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT I'KIVATIO BALK. AI.T.THE EFFECT* OF A WKI.I.FIIItNI.SHKI) Cottage aud a.-o mcakUJiS , lUmlln Cottage. GEESE FOR SALE! FINE LOT OF &lt;IKF.HK ARE OFFERED FOB M.jUN.spUct. mqul^ CAMpI)I . LL&gt; Woodward Vulliy. ____——^————— ————— —— FURNITURE FOR SALE! ET OF COTTAGE K'JKNITI B . IN OOOD I'uii.liliur. Apply to T. lUPIIENB, : BUSINESS C H A.-3ST O E ! Mil OF.O ft COUDOZO of th« firm of Manmbo k i .nlnzo proprietor* of the popular TAMALPAIS BTABIB At the Firry Landing, cff.ra fot aalu hlg oiicbalf I 1,1. II el 111 the 111 l M-, Fur further iimiUularH imiiiln- ul tlm KfHlil- 1 OEO. S. COKDUZO. WILLIAMS &amp; CO Wholesale MiiunfacturerH and Dealors in FINE HOME MADE ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
WAtEft I?AT£S. NOTICE! '" .1*"-' " ' * ''"' Water Rates ...AND.. Condition^ ....OF THE..,-. SAtfSALITO Land and Ferry COMPANY; orFICt OF TUX SAUSAI/ITO LAND am- FlmitY OOiIPANt Xo. did California Si, Room ". San Fbancisco, Jan. 20, 18S."« NOTICE Ag TO WATKIt IIATKB AND CONI'I I'MXK. Tilt SAI'SAT.ITO LAND AND I i i:--1 ry Company has the right to claloi and exert all the privileges of a Water Compauy under the following claunfiH of 111 Articles of Incorporation-, relating to tin) "objects and purposes for which said company is formed, " viz: "lluildiug flames, (Trim*, rirjneiiurt* reservoirs and other structures nppropriulii to the supply and distribution of water." "Of collecting, distributing find sfllii'i; water." The Company has lately Applied to tho Hoard of SiiperviHors of Muriii county tv dx and establinh monthly rates for water, to be oharged and collected by this Company, The Board of Supervisors (tedded tint they had no jurisdiction, us this Company was tint furumhhiK water...
THE BEST AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
THE BEST AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. IKroni our City r.irn» p.'ii l&gt;"it i The display of agricultural implements made by Baker &amp; Hamilton at the Mechanics' Fail this year was one of the most complete exhibitions of durable and well-tested machines ever made &gt;•&gt;". this Coast, and affords another potent demonstration of the superiority of the implements offered for sale by this (inn above all others. This display comprised the following: A line of single, sulky and Eureka gang plows. "Gem" seed sowers, Triumph grain drill, Randall disk harrow, Benicia iron harrow, Benicia mower, Benicia header, Benicia buggies, Vmckboards, spring wagons, iron wagons, etc., Benicia cultivators, Sweepstake and Baldwin hay cutters, corn shelters, cider presses, etc., the Pitt's traction or road engine, Bronson Pitt's thresher (with recleaner) and Benicia engine. Besides carrying off the gold medal for the best display of agricultural machinery, the firm was the r...
WIT AND WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
WIT AND WISDOM. —The wav of the wicked— The road to Canada.— N. ¥. Mail. — It is the second word that makes the quarrel. — Boston Bulletin. —Don't trust to a man who trusts to his luck.— WiitcHall Times. —Those who envy others generally have a secret respect for them or their begrudged prosperity.— Chicago Ledger. —"Did you cry when your papa went away?" asked a kind-hearted neighbor of little Susie. "Well," said Susie, after reflecting for a moment, "I believe I did burst a few tears."— Christian Advocate. —Little Bess to gentleman caller: "You ain't black, are you, Mr. M ?" "Black, child? Why, no, I should hope not. What made you think I was?" O, not Inn": 'cept pa said you was so awful niggardly."— Chicago Tribune. —Young housekeeper (looking oyer the market- reports)— Bridget, I shall want you to go to market this morning. Bridget —Vis, mum. Wot'll 1 get, mum? Young housekeeper—l see that beef is much cheaper on the hoof, and I presume it's just as good. Get a nice roast off the...
PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. —Love and burglars have some things in common. The both laugh at locksmiths, and they both have a good deal of Cupidity about them. —Some one wants to know what ti more disagreeable than a woman with a crying baby. Tho answer to this is "the baby."— Hartford Sunday Journal. —Scientists say that all the water on the earth will " dry up in 10,000,000 years. Most of our milkmen will be able to accumulate a fortune during the interval. — Philadelphia Call. —"The best way of sobering up is to bathe the head and wrists in cold water and take a potion of bromido of potassium and aromatic ammonia or valerian." Only one better; don't get drunk.— Buffalo Express. — Mrs. Montague— you sing, Mr. De Lyle? Mr. l)e Lyle. (with a superior smile) —I belong to the college glee cluß.. Mrs. Montague'(disappointed) — 0, I'm so sorry, I hoped that you sung. — N. Y. Times. —"I j&gt;ay my hired man sixteen dollars a moutn and found," said old Blodget. "And found," interrupted hi...
BILL NYE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
BILL NYE. He Writes a l.cttrr to Ourcn V.'rrnrin lind Invite* Her to Visit Amrrira. To Queen Victoria Ret/via Dei Gracia awl Artmi Mo!/irr-i&gt;;-l&lt;nr: Dear Maham— Your most gracious Majesty will no doubt be surprised to her from in.- after my long silence One reason that I have not written for some time is that 1 had hoped to see you ere UiU, and not because 1 had grown cold. I desire to congratulate yon at this tfaaH upon your great sue06M M B mother-in-law, and your very exemplary career socially. As a Queen you have given universal latlstaotion, 'and your family have married well. But I desired more especially to write you in relation to another matter. We arc struggling here in America to establish an author's interna- tional copyright arrangement, whereby the authors of all eivili/.ed nations may be protected in their right* to the proiits of their literary labor, and the movement so far has met with gener ous encouragement. As an author we desire your aid a...
FRAUDS AND IMITATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885
FRAUDS AND IMITATIONS. Let it be clearly understood that Compound Oxygen is only made and ditpenitd by Dp. Starkcy &amp; Paten, 1529 Arch St, Philadelphia, Pa, Any substance made ehewhtre, and called Compound Oxygon, is tpuriow and worthless, andthott who lulu it limply throw atony their monty, at they will in the end dittottf. Send for their Treatise on Compound Oxygen. It will be mailed free. Olden for the Compound Oxygen Home Treatment will be filled by H. E. Mathowi, 681 I'owellSt. betwaenßuah and line streets, Si.n Francisco. Adolfo OUvm has been sent to San Quentln for four years from ].o« Angeles for burglary.