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Slity-Klßlir Il«lrm Zero. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
Slity-Klßlir Il«lrm Zero. [CrofTut in Him York World.] Your esteemed contemporary, Tho Times, is way off in speaking, in an editorial, of 61 degrees below zero "being the lowest corrected mean temperature to which Arcticoxplorers have ever been exposed," that being tho lowest the Greely party experienced. What it means by "mean" temperature I cannot imagine, unless it is perpetrating a detestable pun; as tho "moan" nlways indicates the average of several, and no party, not even one of the Arctic variety, can have experienced several lowest temperatures on ono trip. [int to pass this obscurity, it is a matter of record that there are few parties of Arctic explorers who hare not experienced a greater degree of cold than iil degrees. [&gt;r. Hayes was* exposed to (&gt;H degrees five minutes while traveling many miles away from his ship and a number of cases could be specified where short trips wore made that exposed tho I ravcller to below 81 degrees. Schwatka, who endu...
Cmml City I'ollneiiißii. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
Cmml City I'ollneiiißii. INew Orleai■; Cor. Tim AjfeaMt] Tho policemen of Now Orleans are ■imply curiosities —they look moro like marionettes than like custodians of tho peace. All of the force are small - there is no exception—there is not a good-si/.od man among them. Boston has tho finest and largest men on tho police force of any place in tho United States; and noxt, San Francisco, on an average; then como Now York and Hrooklyn, Philadelphia, Chicago, and other northern cities. In all of the above-named municipalities tho most frequently met policeman's mug is a Milesian mug, with hero and there a stalwart American thrown in so that the average tourist may not be mistaken as to the nature of tho soil upon which ho treads. In tho cities heretofore mentioned the members of the force are handsomely and cloanly uniformed, while in many of tho southern cities they look like— well, they don't look [liko policemen, surely. Thoy appear something like policemen here, but they have tho tr...
A "Figure 8" Kiver. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
A "Figure 8" Kiver. [Chicago Herald "Train Talk."] "Queerest river ever I saw," said a man in tho smoking-car, "was out in Oaliforny. That river actually crossed its own track twict, jist like a bar might, an' all on tho samo identical level, too where she crossed herself, I mean, it was on the same level; it didn't flow underground nor nuthin' of that sort. It cut a figure Bas slick as could be, and come right back to the starting point." "1 don't believe it," broke in a hardheaded old chap. "Every feller that travels a little thinks lie ain't smart unless ho makes some big yarn. That's tho most absurd thing 1 ever heard of." "But this hain't no yarn, I tell ye; It's tho honor bright truth. She's a lit-* tlo river, and a spring-fed one. Whoro she starts she don't amount to much. .1 ust a little rill. The springs feed her all tho way down, she makes a twist and then a bend and come . ound and nearly strikes herself again. There they's some water in her, and right there a mining comp...
THE POISON OF VAGRANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
THE POISON OF VAGRANCY. The Antidote* for low Appetite* — YIN lage and City Influences Compared. |.loe Howard in Philadelphia Press.) In the United States a bonndloss hope pervades all classes; it reaches down to the outcast and vagrant. There is no fixity, as is so often the fact in Europe, from the senso of despair. Every individual, at least till ho is old, hopes and expects to riso out of his condition. The daughter of the rag-pickor or vagrant sees the children slio knows continually dressing better or associating vfIIU mum Uovcufc pooplo&gt; . 1... boholds them attending the public schools and improving in education and manners; she comes in contact with the greatest force the poor know—public opinion, which requires a certain do cency and respectability among thornselves. She becomes ashamed of her squalid, ragged, or drunken mother. She enters an industrial school, or creeps into a ward school, or "goes out" as a servant. In every placo she feels the profound forces ...
Stopping the Huilnesn. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
Stopping the Huilnesn. IChlcago Tribune.] A law passed by the last legislature of Georgia proves efficacious in breaking up the carrying of concealed weapons. In preparing the tax bill in tho last legislature the following Horn was slipped in: "Upon all dealers in pistols, toy pistols, revolvers, pistol or revolver cartridges, dirks or bowie-knives, tho sum of $100 for each place of business in each county whero the same are sold shall belovied." Sinco Jan. 1 traders, on paying their licenses, have been confronted with this additional charge, and rather than pay it nine-tenths of them drop that feature of their business. The effect of tho license is to limit places where arms can lie purchased to a few populous points. Thus those who have pistols cannot roplenish thcii cartridges without sending in some instances seventy-fivr miles, as the doalers in small towns would not sell over $100 worth of such goods in a year. The license amounts to a prohibition.
Vitliiu or Persistent Thinking. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
Vitliiu or Persistent Thinking. [The Current.] It is somewhat startling to the reader of Tho School Journal, devoted to school education, to find in its columns this paragraph: "What lius mario Thomas Alva Edison what lie is—the greatest, living American inventor? Not the education of the schools, for he has little; not inherited wealth, for he was born poor; not friends, for he had as few as most poor boys; but persistent thinking on what ho saw around him." And again, in another paragraph"Better by far the uneducated roughness of Lincoln than the educated emptiness of the dude." The School Journal appears to be dissatisfied with the results of present educational methods.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
Dr. Wm, Jenningson, PHYSICIAN SAUSALITO, Cal. HEPBURN WILKINS Attorney at Law. Office- Gordon's Bank Building, San Rafael. A . LAWRENCE, DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions and Clothing, Wines, Liquors, Cigars and GENERAL FAMILY SUPPLIES. Prices REASONABLE. The public patronage solicited—Store Caladonia Avenue Sausalito. A. LAWRENCE. OYSTER GROTTO! Oysters Cooked in Every Style. Private Orders Filled. General Restaurant business Conducted. Special facilities for tourists. Bar furnished with the best liquors in the State. Rear porches and lunch arbors construct ed over the Bay, affording a magnificent water view. Water St. - -ISausalito. ANDREW NICHOLAS, prop. J. LORIAN, —KEEPS A FIRST-CLASS— Saloon and Recreation ROOMS. -BEST OFWines. Liquors, and Cigars, Pool Table CARD ROOMS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. Corner Caladonia Avenue and Water Avenue, SAUSALITO - - Cal.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
DIAS &amp; SILVA, .... DEALERS IN.... Groceries, Clothing, Wines LIQUORS, and CIGARS. We can compete with city firms in prices and quality of goods. DIAS&amp;SILVA, Caledonia Avenue. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. SAUSALITO LIVERY STABLE ! Turnouts, Saddle Horses, etc., FURNISHED AT REASONABLE RATES. Express run to all points in Sausalito. ....ALSO.... DEALER IN WOOD COAL. WATER St., - SAUSALITO. GEO. W. SMITH, Proprietor. LISBON HOTEL! SAUSALITO, MARIN CO., Cal. OPPOSITE RAILROAD DEPOT. Meals at all Hours. BOARD AND LODGINGS. BEST WINES AND LIQUORS. M. SANTAS &amp; J. S. DEAVEL. PROPRIETORS. NICHOLAS SEASE, PROPRIETOR saloon . .AND. . WAITING ROOMS; . .OPPOSITE. . FERRY WHARF, SAUSALITO, - - Cal. I keep on hand a well selected stock of liquors, native and imported wines, cigars, etc. Give me a call NICHOLAS SEASE. J. THOMAS, PROPRIETOR PIONEER BARB R SHOP. OPPOSITE Railroad Whar f, Sausalito, Cal,
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
The Boston Post reviewing what it terms the liobesoniau era in the navy department during the past 15 years, when it has been a reproach and disgrace to this great republic. Bays our navy has been nothing but a name, and its vessels lit only for transportation and pleasure excursions and not very safe for that as recent events have shown. If the United States had been niggardly in tliSir 6ppropri»« tions for that department, the result could not bo criticised. If the ground had been taken that this great country had no need of a navy in a time of profound peace and therefore no money had been spent to provide for one, while we may have been accused of pursuing a ehort-sighted policy the criticism would necessarily have stopped there. But that was not the fact. It has never been maintained that we could afford to be without a reasonably substantial navy; We have spent large stum of money-for the alleged purpose of establishing one and the people have wondered what the matter conkl be...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
BORN. CROSBY— In San Rafael March 31st, wife of Rev Arthur Crosby, a son. KAPPENMAN— In San Rafael, March 27th, wife of Joseph Kappenman, a son, JORDAN—In Healdsburg, March 31st, wife of L. A. Jordan, a son. DIED. ROBB—In Novato, March 27th, James M. Robb, aged 66 years. -^ MISCELLANEOUS. "BELLRUDE'S StablE! BTYLISII TURNOUTS ! OF EVERT DESCRIPTI O IST FURNISHED AT REASONABLE BATES. Hacks connect with local trains, and can be obtained by the day or hour. All possible pains taken to accommodate customers. . J. 8. BELLRi"!)!•;, Prop. SAUSALrra - • Coi. X
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
EL MONTE. • ■ Hotel "El Mont el" '• SAUSALITO, - Gal. ....THIS.... t FIRST-CLASS HOTEL! OFFERS EVERY Attraction to Visitors. WELL FUR N I SH E D ... .AND. ... . Spacious Rooms. Table the very Best ! —EXTENSIVE IMPROVED— GROUNDS. hJWTI WEI] I) IS, COUNTS, . Croquet Yards ... AND .... other Outsides Games! BILLIARD ROOMS i ....AND BAR 1N.... Separate Buildings. ■ .... THE FINEST.... Land and Water VIEW IN THE STATE. TERMS MODERATE. J. E Slihkey, proprietor. SCHNELL'S S A. L O O IST ! (HHD THE BEST OF jg^l Wines, Liquors, AND Cigars. private Waiting Room ATTACHED, .■*:-'■'■ WATER STREET, Saitsalito, Cal. JACOB SCIIXELL, . Prop.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
IftSOSLLANKOtJS. A. R. SILVA'S " . RESTAURANT and SALOON. Meals at all Hours. Bar ScrruED with Bkst of Evei:yTHINO. Op p o tit a Railroad Wharf. SAUSALITO, . - - CnL A. R Silya, Prop. W. A, WILLIAMS, Pr.orßiETor.— Yacht House RESTAURANT and Boarding house. Serves Eyeby Sunday the Best Clam Chowdek in the State. Give me a call. _____ W. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. OLI&gt; SAUSALITO. WILD WOOD GLEN ! 3OTEL JiIJD PICMC G-EOTJNDS! This Picturesque »pot 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. There ie no more charming rcsorl within fifty miles of San Fiancinco; EDWARD STATcLL, Prop. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. TAMALPAI S HOTEL! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - Cal. BOARD and LODGING ..Bt the. , DAY, WEEK, OR MONTH, At Reasonable Rates. The Bar is Supplied with Good "Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Thomas &amp; Marshall, PaOI'IiIETOES. TAMALPAIS Teams, Saddl...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. F. Fiedler, —-DEALER IK -. GENERAL MERCHANDISE! Creckerr, Dry Goods Hardware TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES, BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOBACCO and CIGAKS. J^~Goods Delivered to m pabtB Of Sausalito free Of CjiaiigC I have a new, carefully selected and complete line of general merchandise and nm selling a city rates. Th» publlo patronngo in reCDTtfitllr uMcitti STAxrt, "Water St., Sausalito. F. nfibf ER, Psop, 10 1 ST S3 S3 BOAT HOUSE! SAUSALITO, - - Go. ..A LAEGE VAIIIETI OV RPLKSDti' . Whitehall, Fishing and llcxtiso Boats. The Urge and comfortable Pluugcr, MERMAID With »n experienced Fishermon in chargp, coo In cngßgcd to take parties to the l'iiiliiug Grouwls* Sportsmen and PkMnre Srekcra will Boil thi«th' in *l corapli la Boating anil Fishing btabliibnKll in the vicinity of San FrancUco. A large Assortment of Fishing Poles, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Sinkers, Bait, Etc., Etc., Constantly on Hand. TEEM? JIODEKATK. A branch of this Establishment will also bo mil"' lalnld at new ferry...
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 i From San Francisco for Sausalito &amp; San Rafael . WBM* DAYS. SU3DAVH; 900 v m 5.15 i&gt; in j 8.00 n m I 5.00 l) m 11.30 am pin '! 10.0U a m 8,i5 p m II l.HQam | From San Rafael for Sausalito &amp; San Francisco WKJiKIUXH, | SU.NDAYS.. V i:&gt; aux I J.Jj m ,; ]■.*5 in I 12.00pra 'w.OOain liiii [10.00 am a. i 5 i&gt;jii mspm\ \ I 6*0 1"" From Sausalito for San Francisco. IVKEKI'AVS. I] SUNDAYS. , l n49»ja I 1.00 pin j 8.30 in 12 (10 tin 15 it in K.BOpia 11 10.50 a m 4.00 pia l&gt; :io i» in I (.80 in 11 ''•"■"' pm Extra trip cm Baturilay floul Sausalito D.F, 2. 1S pm TUIIOUOU TlUISif. 8.20 ami 2.23 pin diiilj-.Bunilnysoxcciito.l.Tliroiigli Trains from BaiiUsfasl or Duncan £11114 ami way nations. TlirougU Trains from Duncan Mills v lives in SJaa liaiai 1 at 11.10 urn and 5.00 piu. BTAQE COMMSOTtOM. Stngos leave Diinoan Hills every morning excop MuuMay for Stewart's Poiut, Qualila...
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS, boat I.vs S. I. 7 4.&gt; a in ■ Train i.vs S. 11. n in " 9.10 am " " " (10 am " " " 3.30 pin j " " " 10.'.'U am ■ • " " 5.00 1) in j •■ " " 3.10 pm •■ '■ " p ii, I " '! " 6.03 pin ~ — BCNOAVS ONLY. Boat Ivi 8. F. 3.00 a m Train lvs S. R. 8.1 a in ■• » " 10.30 am " " " 1i.4« am • &gt; ■&lt; &lt;• m " " " 8.45 p m i.. ■• 5,30 p m " " " 1.00 p m '■ " " 2.30 pin ' MX ]&gt; in ; • • •■ " D.OO p1" " " " 6.05 pin The Supervisors meet next Monday. Mr. Peter Gardner arrived last week from Washington. Capt. Schenck of the U.S.Navy has taken the cottage on Read's grounds. Joel Docking has commenced a brick building for a bakery for Gretchell &amp; Rinehardt. Assessor Vanderbilt was in town this week commencing operations on this part of the county. Petaluma has voted to raise $45,000 to construct a town hall a school house and an iron bridge; Mr. G. W. Prescott has had a...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 April 1885
YACHTING. Last Sunday was a most delightful day on the bay, and many parties were out in yachts and pleasure boats. Gutte's new Sloop, "Ondina" which goes shortly to La Paz to engage in pearl fishing made her trial trip Sunday, sailed by her builder, Captain Turner, Mr. Gutte and a large party were on board, and a very enjoyable time was had. She sailed outside the heads and proved herself a match for the several accompanying yachts, the Chispa, Halcyon, Lurline, Lolita, Fleur de Lis and Ariel, all of which had merry parties on board. The American Steam Yacht of New York has appointed a committee to make arrangements for an international regatta of yachts next August. A valuable silver cup will be offered as a trophy. Invitations to participate will be sent to the owners of the principal yacht in Europe and the United States. The Fleur de Lis is having her cabin handsomely painted, The Frolic is being scraped smooth for a new coat of paint this week. A regatta is proposed to be held...