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it.-;-.! Rstate. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

Real Estate. Sausalito Land and Ferry Company to: Mary R. Tasheira, Lot 3, Block 30, A. A. Brindeau, Lot 21, Block A, Manuel Alvoz, Lot 7, Block 10, Joaz Silva, Lot.22, and part of lots 19, 20 and 21, Block 27.. Gordon Blanding to Lovell White-- 92 1/2 acres in the Richardson ranch, $5. E. Wormouth to Mary L, Hood—Lot in Sausalito. $205. Wm. Hill to Matthew Powers - 67.87. acres in Nicasio township, $678 70. Henry Bayen to Sarah F. Clayton—Lot on Bay View Street, San Rafael, *2,400. C. R. Greahouse to Lovell White - 92 1/2 acres in Ricardson ranch, $5.. In a friendly pigeon shooting match last Tuesday at Thomson's Ben Johnson redeemed his record as a crackshot and wrested the laurels of championship from Joe Wosser by a perfect score of 20 birds out of 20 shot at a range of 24 yards. The following is the score:. Ben. Johnson - 11111111111111111111 - 20 A. S.Thomson - 1111111111 1 01111111 - 19 Joe Wosser --- 11111111011101111111 - 17 W. Ryan (18 yds) ---- 11101101110111011111-15

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

Born In Sausalito, April 19th, to the wife of Alex. McCloud, a son. DIED. McKENNAN—In San Francisco, April, 11th, Hugh McKennan,of Bolinas, a native of Ireland, aged 60 years. SLINKEY—In Sausalito, April 18th, Francis Marion Emile, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Slinkey, aged 1 year, 7 months, 18 days. One loss to love on earth, One more to love in heaven. Sister Lillie. ' NEW ADVBIIHS^JIKMTS.^; W. D- HOBRO, • Plumber I Gasfitter, 728 Washington Street, Oppodito the Plo2A< San I^ra,ncisco, Ottl. j _ /|j j ■ ■ ■ " ' ' Work done nt Eea»onnblo Rntcs. All Orders I'louipily Attended to. Dissolution OF Co-PAB'f r. N'.T!' :: is iif.i;ki:y QIVBN that Till! ,-LT l ■ itc l;ij) lipjwtofor* Hinting bstwaua Alex, under "si. 1.1.j>; and Qvdrga v. Kcnuody, under (lie ftvm r.w'ir of, Kennedy k 00,, Uavltß a bliiclinulll). in;; 111 -ill it ':ri^:'lit ri:i'.'!:y!i: in dla^olvoilThubuniiietM will (lorealtcr b«,«pi)iUicti"il by Oe( r r fV. Kllll. I.i . wbo Is authorized to Coll...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

]'■'■.", .'..! MISCELLANEOUS.';, j bfl* ',■ John Brocierick, v\:\i.\i: 15...■ General Merchandise.' 1 ; .■» „■'■* J >...;■ i iiUJ - ' V.*-- • , ....COMMOTE I.IKE 0f.... (! family Groceries, Wines, Liquors ami Cignrt ■ ::,:always on hand. FJ.uir t iii.i UvT'VLTicu wirtil'. M.r. . -, —O . John UiiouritirK, , Calod a.i I .T/urncy-Sta, S.us.'j.i i •- C.UJOSEPH M. JEWETT, .'. . •.; AN!) •:•'!( JJ LA C S JLI /T//:. ~",*TS Wnßrtw anil Ciiirlu(!os I!rr«fre;l, "jv T^jr '""' Nt' w ""iB "mci: '° <ji"''"'Ship work and all kinds of Steel "■• work and Machinery . Forging.;',. ■, ',„ Agricultural Machinery of .'all Kinds Jicjxiirc'd on.short' Notice. r Oilorie Shoeing attended to with I'ruwiit. nesH and Dispatch. WATER St., - SAUSALITO.' H3 HOTEL Jft • AND RESTAU I I A IST T ! WAT St., BAUBALITO* Board and lodging by 'the day) week or month, at MOOKKATJS TEKSI3. Meals Furnished at all Hours. Mrs. M. HUGHES, 'V?.; lVoprictross. ;;;; 6AUBALITO MARKET ! J. 15. Bahuatv, - -.. Pro...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

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Cfcarla* Didkan* and Children. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

Cfcarla* Didkan* and Children. [/oho BmTU*. in Toronto MaUl ■ ike den of the greatest art judge and critic of this age—Merritt, looked out upon the lawn of the house occupied by the greatest novelist— Diokaua. My attention was one day drawn to the window by the screeching merriment of youngsters. Merritt, In his solemn manner, with a whiff of his stubby pipe, Mid: "Those are Dickens' brats larking with him as usual" On the grass I saw Dickens, attired in a loose Turkish patterned dressing gown, gambolling with his children, more like a kitten with other kittens than seemed to comport with the dignity of illustrious authorship. • Dickens, however, kept his dignity for At occasions. The fun seemed to arise from a straggle for the top place, in which Dickens, with glorious good nature, and with farcical gesticulations, allowed himself to be ignominiously worsted by the young ones. Those who have seen Dickens' unrivalled power i as a comedian will be able to understand the hysterical gl...

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Tl» Greek S1«t«. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

Tl» Greek S1«t«. [CiMlniutl Tlmet-Star.] There was a big entertainment for some public object, and the place was packed. The programme was a helterskelter affair, and among its other attractions was a tableau of the Greek Slave. Well, everybody supposed that some one was to pose after the manner of Powers' Greek Slave, and there was a period of hashed expectancy when that part of the performance was reached. The papers bad even said that a very beautiful and well-known woman was to be the living statue, and the audieoee ex ected a great deal. Well, the curtain rolled up and there I stood, with a hod on my back, dressed in blue overalls asd red flannel shirt, a pipe in my mouth and looking like a slave generally. The house went wild. Every man in it w.%* howling, some were mad and others thought it a good joke. Then they recognized me, and shouted still louder, and I have never been able to make them forget that once I carried a hod.

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IJncolm'a PcrtanaJ App»rwo«. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

IJncolm'a PcrtanaJ App»rwo«. (Araold'i n»w "Life of Lincoln."! Physioally, he was a tall, spare man, with Urge bones, and towering up to •ix feet and four inches in height. He leaned forward, and stooped as he walked. He was very athletic, with long limbs, large hands and feet, and of great physical strength. There was no graoe In his movements, but an expression of awkwardness, combined with force and vigor. By nature he was diffident, and when in crowds, not speaking and conscious of being observed, he .seemed to shrink with bashfulneas. When ha spoke or listened, he immediately became absorbed in the subject. and all appearances of self-consciousness left him. His forehead was broad and high, his liair was rather stiff and coarse, and dearly black, his eyebrows heavy, his eyes dark gray, clear, very expressive, and varying with every mood, now sparkling with humor and fun, then flashing with wit; stem with indigua tioa at wrong and injustice, then kind and genial, and then again ...

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irMlum Coming lute General Dm. ! [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

irMlum Coming lute General Dm. ! [Chemist and Drugfflat.] lrldium is a metal which is likely to hare a much more extensive employment than it now enjoy*. Hitherto it baa been cTJefly used as an alloy with osmium for tipping gold pens. But an American pen manufacturer has discovered that by fusing the metal at a white heat and adding phosphorus perfect fusion could be obtained, with all the hardness in the resulting material of the iridium itself. For mechanical applications this combination is exceediugly useful, as in the case of pen points; and its adaptability is being proved in many ways. Agate, which has hi therto beea employed for fine chemical balances, is now giving place to lridium, which takes a finer edge and is not so liable to catch or break. Hypodermic needles for surgical use are now trade of gold and tipped with the iridlrua compound, which is not •object to corrosion like the old steel points, and it is also being largely applied to instruments for surveyors and eng...

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Fn»!»u<r. Imported Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

Fn»!»u&amp;lt;r. Imported Cattle. [Ezcbanfe.] England imports one-third of its cattle from little Denmark and one-half from the United States. Danish export of cattle to England advanced from 26,000 head in 1878-74 to 119,600 in 1888.

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-Cotton factory. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

-Cotton factory. [Kxct»Dr»] Until six mouths ago the navy was wbtiged to ' pend upon England for all (a* gun-co. on used. Now the manufactory erected at the torpedo station. Newport, produces all that is required for sea-going sen of-war and torpedoes.

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SPRING DRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

SPRING DRESSES. MatariuM and Trimming*, and Raw Tho? •re Kiuhl. nr&amp;lt;l. Cashmere of the finest twf'Li will be used for both house and street dresses in the early spring months, and for cool days in summer. All the light shades of reseda, ashes-of-roses, olive, and brown are largely imported, and are to be employed for the entire dress when it i.« made tailor fashion, but there are velvets of similar shades to be combined with it for more elaborate costumes. Gilt braiding, not merely in parallel lines, but in embroidery designs of vines for borders, or separate figures, stars, blocks or crescents, will be the trimmings when only oashmere is used. When velvet is employed there will be tine cords and piping folds edging various parts of the ooraage. while folds or bands of velvet will trim the skirt. Those who object to velvet as heavy for summer dresses will have the accessories of watered silk or of gros faille of the same shade. Blaok oasbmere with close silk embroidery upo...

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Cheap But Valuable Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

Cheap But Valuable Advice. It is not easy for American womeu to resist the influence of pretty things, and the only way is not to pay much attention to mere novelties of dress and fashion, but adhere to certain fixed and well defined rules. By good material^ avoid cheap trimmings, select always such colors as will go well together, and usually have them dark. Never wear your best on a secondary occasion, or when it is likely to be subject to severe wear and t"&amp;lt;iar. Have best dresses cut or made by a bestdress-niake.r, and employ your own efforts on your house dresse* and washable materials. Use best black kid gloves, ncru or beige tints. They wear better than fancy colors, and the black are better made and can be worn with ail dresses. Never buy cheap gloves or cheap hosiery—they are a delusion and a snare. Always havo a plain black walking dress and handsome black dress, and depend upon cut and material more than upon ornamentation. If you can embroider yourself a dress,...

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SCENERY IN ALASKA. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

SCENERY IN ALASKA. Superior to Th»t of Norway and Switzerland—"Wild, Strange and Silent." [Chilcat (Alaska) Letter] The further northward one goe9 among the Alaska islands the deeper become tho channels and more tortuous, the higher the mountains, and wilder, grander and more beautiful the scenery Arounl rise the mountain islands, greon, heavily wooded, and with stoep sides furrowed by many a landslide, and often bathed by an ioe-cold stream leaping from snow. peaks above to black, deep waters far below. Everything is wild and strange and silent. No towns appear in sight, few canoes are to be seen, and only lonely forests, rank and undi turbed neglected coves, reaching long arms far inland toward snow-tipped ranges of majestic height, and wide stretches of water are met with through the day. Rob Colorado of its cities, railways, and people, and flood the canns, the gorges, and the plains, and there will be created another Alaska, for here the highways are all of water, and the count...

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I>U|il>uub> in Vienna [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

I&amp;gt;U|il&amp;gt;uub&amp;gt; in Vienna [Ban Francisco Chronicle. ] The Vienna telephone people have a practical way of putting up their wires, using neither poles nor house-tops and yet not going underground. They affix to the walls of the houses small and very neat iron frames, holding from eight to sixteen insulators. The wires are then strung along the tops of the buildings on these insulators, between the second and third story windows. It is said that the whole presents a very neat appearance, the wires being inconspicuous on account of their smallness.

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Sturgeon from the Duliik. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

Sturgeon from the Duliik. [San Kraaclßco Chronicle.] Sturgeon are brought alive from tho Dwina, by Archangel and St. Petersburg, to Berlin, and are occasionally to be seen in the fish market of that city. They are not much larger than a mod ernte si/.f salmon, but sell at about $30 apiece. The I'wina sturgeon is of much finer quality than the Volga fish.

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Three Millionaire Newspaper Men. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

Three Millionaire Newspaper Men. Philadelphia has three millionaire newspaper men—Child*, A. M., whose obituary proses bring him an income of f:SOO,000 a year; Siugerly, of Tho Record, worth $!,000,000, and Frank McLaughlin, of'flu-Times, with an incomo of |80,000 per annum.

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A « unrildertiU* Heporter. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

A « unrildertiU* Heporter. "Are you going to take this speech verbatim?" said a guest at a reoent banquet to a reporter, as tho gentleman rose to respond to a toast. ".No,'' was the reply; "I'm a friend of the gentleman. All reporters are not so considerate.

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NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

NEW GUINEA. Th» Aborigine* Who People »he I,»r&amp;amp;e laland North of AoitralU—Primitive Manufaoturors and Scanty Continue*. The Port Moresby natives, who bolong to the extensive Motu tribe, are great traders. They procure huge canoes, made of a single treo, from friendly tribes, with whom they have commercial relations, furlher to the westward. Planks can be easily cut from these canoes a foot and a half or two feet in diameter. The houses of the village are built along the edge of the beach on piles. Just now is a busy season. An annual trading voyage Is made by considerable numbers of the natives to the districts lying further west to exchange the pottery of Pi&amp;gt;rt Moresby for sago and canoe-treos. The women have for some time been diligently employed in making pottery for the western market. Tha process of manufacture is simple. On a piece of board is placed a mass of moistened olay. Tho woman, equipped only with a smooth stone, whioh she holds in her l*ft hand,...

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THE LATE COLONEL BURNABY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

THE LATE COLONEL BURNABY. Some Interesting Incidents In HU lle- uiarkahlß Career. In the list of the dead at Aboo-Klea there is no line that will strike a wider chord of pained sympathy than that which records his name. His renown was world-wide, and ho wa.s in many ways a remarkable man. Hi.s persoual appearance, as he sauntered down the street or as he sat on horseback on parade, never failed to attract attention. The hardships undergone by him in his rido to Khiva and in his latter exped tion to Asia Minor had beofun to tell upon him. He suffered grievoush from heart disease, and with iiis accustomed gay courage every hour faced the consciousness of the probability of sudden death. In his youth he was passionately fond of gymnastics, in which he excelled above all his fellows. There used to be in one of his clubs a colossal dumb-bell in » glass ca.se with the offer of a heavy wager that no man would hold it out at arm's length for the space of sixty seconds. The wager was never w...

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