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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

. MISCELLANEOUS. F. Fiedler, DEALER IN . [ GENERAL MERCHANDISE! Groceries, Croekerv § Hardware | TINWARE, 1 I-' BOOTS and 3 SHOEjI BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOBjl CO and CIGARS. | J^"Goods Delivered to Jm PAST! OF SAUSALITO J-KKE (.US -.' Ciiaki.i;. I I hnvo a now, carefully bel«m 4 Mid comploto lino of g«i#w| mercliaudiso tnnl am celling a if rules. public i ut: mi i is reepcetfully *>l{ Stand, Water St., SAus.uii| ' F. FIEDLER, I'isfo :p i oust :e id irl BOAT lIOUSB SAUSALITO, - - I . .A LARGE TABIEXY OF SVLKSBID.. Whitehall, Fishing ami lies Boats. The Urge and comfortable riun?fr. MERMAID With an experienced Finbtrinrin In i-h«r v. I engaged to take parties to the Finhiiisi'i" S Sportsmen and Pleasure iMkwl will £«'' most complete Boating and Fishing Estibb lv the vicinity of Ban Francisco. A large Assortment of ft Poles, Fishing Tackle, Hod Sinkers, Bait, Etc., Etc.. Constantly on Hand. TERMS MODERATE. 1 A l.viii.'li of this Establishment will >!"" .''B talued lit...

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N.P.C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

N.P.C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 TIIIK-TABLB! Commencing %_ KOV. 17,^ 1884. From San Francisco lor Sausalito & San Kafael WKI.K KAYS. rfiUJiDAYM. aOOll di I 5.1 Si>in I H.OU «in I j6.OU p m 11.30 am pin 10.00 am ■ 8.45 pui| l.aoam | From San Rafael for Sausalito & San Francisco WKEK DA Vs. || SUMIJA\S. T.Mam I 3.U3pm | 7.65 am I lljUOpm 00 i m PUI : «.ooaiu ; )lr' 1"" 12 13 i> m i !; II I -'i"" iFrom Sauaalito for San Francisco. SWJSKKDAXS. ' ■ BUNUAY3 45 hra I 1.00 ra 8.30 a m 12 «0 pm Kls»iu ■■>■'•■ i' '" II)'1 •'" '•"(l |:1" o'w 1) ni I 5.30pm || ii.o.i pm Kxtn trip o.i Saturday from Sausalito H.F. 2.15 pin FISHING has not been very good this week in Sausalito. Andrew Nicholas met with an involuntary bath last week, but was rescued by some bystanders who hugely enjoyed his mishap. The new Ferry time table does not go into effect till Sunday, 26th instant, but the steamer San Rafael comes on the route next...

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STRIKING SMITHS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

STRIKING SMITHS. The usual monotony of our peaceful little town wus marred yesterday afternoon by a striking indulgence of several of our smiths in a bloodthirsty hunt for scalps. Early in the day a certain Smith left at the shop of a certain smith certain boxes to make kennels for certain dogs for certain persons on the Hill. The smith was out and on returning scowled upon the boxes as the evidence of some imaginary glur, and thereupon set out for the first round with dire vengence stamped on his noble countenance. The brick store was too much for him, and he sought the first Smith to "stand him on his head." but a second Smith interfered and the second round closed. The town and its inhabitants began to assume contemptibly small dimensions to the mighty son of Vulcan and he so informed them with volcanic vehemence when a few more smiths came into the arena and the closing round of the Cloudy day was fought by Joe on bloody muddy ground, where soon the monarch lay prone. The conser...

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YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

YACHTING. The annual election of officers of the San Francisco Yacht Club took place at their Clubhouse last Tuesday night. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Commodore, C. H. HarritQn, ViceCommodore, I. Gutte, Secretary, C. G. Yale; Treasurer, F. Baugt; Measlirer, Matthew Turner; Directors, Wm. Letts Oliver, I. R. Grant, C. W. Kellog, John Lee, H.B.Underhill, Committee of Arrangements. C.W. Kellog, W. A. Wilson, Harry Gibbs. The Committee has decided to give a dance on their opening day, May 2d,and also to take non-owning members and their friends for a cruise on the following day. The yachts Halcyon, Lurline, Fleur de Lis, White Wing, Startled Fawn and Annie were out with parties last Sunday. The Restless came over with a party Saturday, and the Lolita was also out on that day. The Chispa was not out on either Saturday of Sunday for the first time in five years it is said, that she has not sailed on those days. She goes up to Benicia ways Saturday for her pa...

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

THE BALL. The lenten season has passed and the merry social season has fairly opened throughout the state with pleasant parties and the various society events. Our social editor has brushed up a fine new get of adjectives for the season, and now we are ready to launch out with the merry tide of social jollity. The opening event and one auspicious of a gay season.was the ball given last night at. the S. F. Yacht Club. House. Although the night was stormy, the thunder and lightning did not dismay our Sausalito young folks and about 60 of them were present. A string band from San Francisco furnished delightful music for the dancing, and the programme was interspersed with vocal and instrumental music. Captain Stephens furnished an excellent supper at 12 o'clock, after which dancing was resumed until about 3 o'clock a.m. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Stauf, Miss Marguerite Hannan, Miss Katie Hannan, Miss Lizzie Ehman, Miss Annie Broderick, Miss Pauline Baraty, Mrs. Hughes, Miss ...

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SAUSALITO, April6, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

SAUSALITO, April 6, 1885. Editor News:— As there has been a great deal of talk in Sausalito about the shooting match that took place on March 29th, and more so by Joe Susavilla than any body else we challenge him to shoot either one of us single, or we will shoot the three together so as to determine who is the best shot, for any amount and at any time within three weeks. If Joe Susavilla will shoot he can let us know, and we will make you stake holder if he consents; so he can put up when he is ready. We will post a forfeit with you, and let him cover it or have nothing to say. Respectfully, Joe Wosser, Ben Johnson.

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SAN RAFAEL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

SAN RAFAEL LETTER. (BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT.) San Rafael, April 8, '85. Ed. News: — l was coming from the city on the "Tiburon" the other day when a young gent politely accosted me saying that he would like to ask my advice about something of importance.. "State your case," we replied. "Well, you see," he confusedly began, "you know-- I'm--a — —'nlove with a young lady, and I can't get my courage up to a sticking point. I'm not very fly with a pen, and now, what I want is for you to dictate a note for me to her and I'll be so much obliged." We thought a moment, then assuming a look that was intended to appear wise answered: "Would it not be better to serve her with a writ of attachment, then if she don't object you may know that you have a mortgage which you will immediately foreclose" "Thanks," he ejaculated gleefully, grasping our hand. "Welcome," we replied, pocketing a fee of a bad half dollar. A horse attached to Mr. Sidney Smith's cart and driven by James Pringle, ran awa...

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HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

HOTEL ARRIVALS. Registered at the "El Monte" Hotel last week, from San Francisco. C H Goodwill and wife, A Meyer and family, Mrs. Geo W Emerson, Mrs. Hugh Mauldin, F H Stable, Charles Maubee, F M Smith and family, M T Reilly and wife, Mrs. H Warburton, John P Loomis, Capt Geo W Thomas, J H Caramet, Miss Lillian T Thomas, Chas H Eaton, Miss Cora L. Thomas, Prof. H C Eastman, Mrs. C S Stout, Grove Deal, John R Lewis, B Bassini, H OIder and wife, W A Coggeshall, E A Bailey and wife, Charles E Wendt, John Kreling and wife, CoI Chas S Travers, Dr W Jenningson and wife, Dr J S Knowlton, L G Schord and wife, J P O'Reilly, Jas F Ford, Mrs Miller and family, Theo G Cockrill, William Vanderbilt, Mrs E Moffit and family, Mrs W Dressbach and fam,. Jas O'Connor, Arthur McGurren & wife Dr N T Whltcomb, W F Swasey, C W Moss and wife, Henry Whyte, D J Taylor, S S Johnson and wife, T J Crowley, Geo W Davis, W Brower and wife, Joe S Kohn, Col R H Taylor, Judge A Craig, John W Pew and wife...

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ADVERTISED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

ADVERTISED LETTERS. Joao Faustino de Amaral, F Johnson, M Asa, Alessandro Ramos, Senora Dona Guadalupo Mrs. Tour Rogers, Aguayo, Jos. Peters, Mrs A.L.Blake. Joao de Azevedo Teixeira, Joseph Brown, Mrs. Winter, Mrs. Grace Hughes, Joseph Foster Cavalhar, Mrs. F, L. Horn, Jose Mariados Santos.

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Superior Couri—E. li. Blabow Judg*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

Superior Court—E. B. Mahon Judge. Robert T. M. Satterthwaite vs Isabella Satterthwaite—Decree of divorce, Matter of Thos. Currey, insolvent debtor — Creditors to prove claims May 11th. Matter of Phonographic Reporter—The new law requiring that a fixed salary be paid the Reporter, and the Court finding no present need of such officer, the appointment of Alex. Pratt as Reporter is revoked for the time being. Mary Evans vs W. P. Evans—Default of defendant to answer entered. Elvira Spofford vs Thomas D, Spofford— Defendant's default to answer entered. Matter of L. J. Hamm. Insolvent Debter —May 14th set for proving claims. PROBATE. Estate of A. Forbes deceased—Settlement of annual account postponed to April 11th

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II»><m« Umria i». [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

II»&amp;gt;&amp;lt;m« Umria i». rOsliod H« v «'■ U '.:;■.] A T.-011-kiiova traditionary corps nil' a. nq longer fabulous, us the liorso iur.rinois about to appear in Tomiuin. 'A.ccor'd'ng to Tlio J!opnl&amp;gt;li]Ui&amp;gt; l'vnn • xiiso, tho French government, imtnail of sending out regular cavalry to the Ho 1 river &amp;lt;1.-l:;i , propose to purchase tUa horses of tlio country an 1 • sst on their banks eompauie i " mavinnaj -who lira to bja organize I, ''attar tho example of the English," by r.^nlar qovahv of'.licora an mount. i«l .'"f&amp;gt;"^_ v' * '"""

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Nle!il -3t.il:. .> f.lsitals. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

Nle!il -3t.il:. .&amp;gt; f.lsitals. [Exchange.] A method of military nocturnal signaling has been vised by a Russian, C'apt. Kostovich, an.l succaiiifully tmtol at Croiißtadt. To'a small captive balloon is suspended an Edison oleetHc'lamp, Which, by means of connecting wire*,! can' bo kindled and extinsulshejat will by en operator stationed on board ship or in any other convoniont position, a iorfes i-.f such .extinction* and roignitions being employed according to a tologruphic coil). ■.' ■ illW

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„'-'; A Uulo of I ash ion. *• • [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

„'-'; A Uulo of I ash ion. *• • &amp;gt; The Now York Mail an.l Express discover* that am;© of fashion io "the li'.tlor tho girl the bigger tho hat." • True,' and here is mother. The bigger tho woman tho small-*- —From a single kernel of wheat one thousand and twenty pounds of grain have been produced in three years in Grass Valley, Cal. The first year there v..iv twenty-two stalks and heads, yielding eight hundred and sixty kernels These were planted and yielded one-fifth; of a bushel, and last season there was raised from this seventeen bushels- ' —Tho daily milk supply of tha city of Philadelphia averages about 960,000 quails, or one-fifth of a quart to each nian, woman and child composing its 1,000,000 of Inhabitants. To produce this vast daily supply requires the maintenance of from 85,000 to 40,000 cows. — Philadelphia Jle.cord. __;.''

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Dietrich's Frov«rbitil I'hilugophjr. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

Dietrich's Frov«rbitil I'hilugophjr. illrooklyii Eii(,'l.:.] "Diotrlch, your fathoi-in-law is vory low," said tlio pliysicimi. "1 think ho will hardly live through the night" Ach, well," aaii Diotrich, "Jot was till right. L)o bottcr ho is doud do (juickor ho is otf."

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"". •laiianeno ClirNtlans. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

"". •laiianeno ClirNtlans. „ By J tho , first; census of Japanese Christians, made by the governmont, they, aro numbered at 80,000, including Koiuan Catholics and Greek converts. Kobcrt Woidonsall: All br.inchcs of tho world's busino.ss that .amount to anything aro seeking for tho bust B»eB that can be found aud emiloying thorn at whatever cost. ;■: &amp;lt;iettln lt«'ncly. : Boston people aro BUM tho cholera will visit America this year, and have begun making preparations by V\™"*S ample meant at tho command of tho .health department to Insure a sate sanitary condition in tho city. ' Geneva Patrol: It is no longor; tho fear of hanging that doters men from, murder; it in iho cost of tho dolciwo. : ■ ■ tTpjolo ICsck: There 'is no satire ill truth, am! yrt • a 'itmii ain't • tell tliu whole truth wttbout l)0'»i^ highly satiriiiai.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

DIED. CROCKET—In San Rafael, April 4th, Charles Crocket aged 13 years and 5 months. SYDNOR—At San Quentin April 6th. J.B.Sydnor a member of Alamo Lodge F. and A. M. Walnut Creek, Contra Costa County, aged 60 years. The renains were taken to Martinez for Burial,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. PACKET LINE TitE Scnooxtin- "Z'i^rjve/jV Capt. Chris Muller. — Witt LEAVE — Jackson St. JJharf , -r.VF.RY-; TUESDAY ND FRIDAY FOR S AUS A LITO. Gaming Lumber find fluvial Freight and ■ Memhandteo. J 'i 1 CIIUIS MULLF.n,Captain. John Broderick, ....DEALER 1N.... General Merchandise. ——»^—-- o ———— COMPLETE LINE 0F.... Family Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigars , always on hand. * Families Hrri'Lir.n witiiPuhj.Milk, ' John Bboderiok, Caledonia and Turney Sts., Sat-sat,ito - - OaL. JOSEPH M. JEWETT, WAGON MAKEB AND BLACKSMITH. &amp;lt;^gj.';'_'"\ Wnßcnn ami CnrrlaßOS Repaired, »nd New I'll* made to oriler. Ship work and all kinds of Steel work and Machinery Forging. Agricultural Machinery of all Kinds Repaired on short Notice. /•~\ Horse Shoeing attended to wiih Prompt- ( ness and DiH]&amp;gt;utc.U. - ... WATER St., - SAUSALITO. |H HOTEL JH AND EESTAU II A. IST T ! ■ : ■ • -„ ■ ■•■'.„. . . • i } WATER St., SAUSALITO. Board and Lodging by tlio day, week or m...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

WATEB HATES. NOTICE 1 Water Rates ....AND . . Conditions ....OF Ti11!.... SADSALITC) Land and Ferry oo:M::F.A.:i*nsr. OFFICE Of TIIK SAUSALITO LAND and FERRY COMPANY No. 419 California St, Room 0. Ban Fuanoisco, Jan. 20, 1885. NOTICE AS TO WATEII Utn JSD CONDITIONS. rpilE SAUSALITO LAND AND FEUI ry Company has, (ho right to claim aud exert nil tin) privilege* of a Water Company under the following clauses of Ila Articles of Incorporation, relating to tlio "objects and purposes for which said company is formed.' viz: "Building ilnwcß, chims, nquedncta, reservoirs and other struottires Rpprnprlnle 1 to til.' supply and distribution of water." "Of collecting, distributing and soiling water." Tho Company lias lately applied to tho Board of Supervisors of Marin county to" Ax unit catnblish monthly retM for water, to' be charged and collected by this Coiupnuv. Tho Board of Supervisors decided that (hey had no jurisdiction, ns this Company was not furnishing Water to v "City nml County, Ci...

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A COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885

A COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR TilN What He Knows About Spurious Money — Stories of tho "(&amp;gt;ii«&amp;gt;&amp;lt;M'." [Louisville Courier Journal.] Meeting Edwin Cuslunan, tho counterfeit detector, at Balmer'a hotel, re eently, a reporter asked him for a few points concerning his business. "How long have you been in your business, wnere have you been, and with whom have you had business." WU asked. "1 started out teaching how to detect counterfeit money in August, 1878. 1 have been in twenty states, Indian territory, and Canada, and have registered in nearly 1,000 different hotels. J have taught tho governors of four states, state, county, and city officers, preachers, lawyers, doctors, editors, bankers, and business men of all kinds by the thousands. I have taught men of nearly all nationalities except Chinese. "Who are the-hest judges of money!" "They are not, as most people sup pose, bank tellers. The latter, J have found, are generally young men, who start out in life wi...

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