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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
MISCELLANEOUS.. BELLRUDE'S StablE! BTYLI3H TURNOUTS ! OF EVERY DEBOBIPTI O IST FURNISHED AT REASONABLE RATES. Hacks connect with local trains, and can be obtained by the day or hour. All poullile [miiis taken to accommodate customer*. J. S. BELLRUDE, Prop. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. SCHNELL'S SALOON! "Wines, Liquors, AND Cigars. private Waiting Room ATTACUED. WA T B STREET, % Sausalito, Cal. JACOB SCIINELL, - Prop. PIONEBB BOAT HOUSE! SAUSALITO, - - CAt. . . A I.AItOK VABXETV OF SPLENDID . Whitehall, Fishing and Hunting ; Boats. Tba large and comfortable I'lnnper, MERMAID With an «xperii'iiceil Fishi nnan in charge, can be engaged to take parties to tbe Fishing Grounds. Sportsmen and Pleasure Seekers will find this the mont complete Boating and Fishing Establishment in the vicinity of Ban Francisco. A large Assortment of Fishing Poles, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Sinkers, Bait, Etc., Etc., Constantly on Hand. T E X M MODERATE. A branch of this Establishment will also bo maintained at new ferry ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. M. dL W Meals at all Hours. Bab Supplied with Best of Evkkvthing. Opi&gt;ositc Railroad Wharf. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. A. R. Silya, Prop. W. A. WILLIAMS, —Propihetoii Yacht House RESTAURANT and Boarding House. Serves Every Sunday the Bbbt Clam Ciiowdkk in tiik State. Give me a call. W. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. OLD SAUSALITO. WILD WOOD GLEN! _ goiEEL n(L\}W GEOTJNDS! This Picturesque spot 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 la no more cbarrntng reßnrt witliln fifty miles or s»n Fnuciico. EDWARD BTAML, Prop. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. TAMALPAI S HOTEL ! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - Cal. BOARD and LODGING ,! ;:. . .BTTM.. DAY, WEEK, OR MONTH, At, Reasonable Rates. The Bar is Supplied with Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Thomas &amp;., Marshall, Proprietors. TAMALPAIB SfIBLEI .. . ..; ....
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. F.Fiedler,! DEALER IN GENERAL B MERCHANDISE! f? Groceries, 1 Crockery | Dry Goods Hardware m TINWARE, H BOOTS and | SHOES, § BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOBAC-1 CO and'CIGARS. jggT'GooDS Delivered t&lt;&gt; Aiip PARTS OF SaUSAI-ITC) FKEE OF CHARGE. I have a new, carefully selected and complete line of general \"f. merchandise and am .selling a city \ rates. The public patronaun i* recptctfully itolifitrd. I; Stand, Water St., Sacsalito. |iJ F. FIEDLER, Pkoi-. S-A.TTS-A.LITO LIYEI^Y gTpLEII Turnouts, Saddle || Horses, etc., FURNISHED AT REASON- S, ABLE RATES. Express run to all points m • in Salt sal ito. '} , ....ALSO.... ' DEALER IN WOOD COAL. WATER St., ~ SAUSALITO. S GEO. W. SMITH, 1■ Proprietor. W , SATJSALITO I ■ News Depot |; AGENT FOR ALL THE SAN FRANCISCO DAILIES and GENERAL PUB- |p; LICATIONS OF THE "^ ■ UNITED STATES. I Keep on hand a Stoolc of ■ STATIONERY and GENERAL %J&gt; SUPPLIES of that DE- £| SCRIPTION. . jjS] *\fj Store in Postofflce Bu...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
LOCAL NEWS. •%r information ot auy occurrences ol local or (IKSEUAi. iNxuiiF.sr will bt thiilikfully received from any portion of tba county, nml comniimicatiuiia lor piiblio»tlon will ilwajs rcctive proper oomldoratloß If acoompanied with the namo of the writer. liirtliH, marrlagei, and deaths, with names and datus, properly specilled, will bo published without eh»rge, if sent to us from any part of the county. ■
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 From San Francisco for Sausalito &amp; San Rafael WEEKI/AYS. II BUNDAVB. U.OUain I 6.115 pm I 8.00 aiu I UI) p"' 11.30 am pm lO.UOam J.4spm | II l.aOam I __ From San Rafael for Sausalito &amp; San Francisco WEEK HAYS. BILNUAYW. 743 am 1 a.3S p 111 ! T.55»m I l'.l.Ul)pm VOO am I p m 10.00 a m ii.lSpm lajspinj H_ I S.oum From Sausalito for San Francisco. WEEKDAio. HUJSUAIS. «45uiu I 1.00 p m k.;jo am I 12 00 l&gt;m H.lSain 3.60 pm 10.50 am 4.00 pm 9,30 pui I 5. 'M pin I O.U.» pm Extra trip (iv Saturuay tium Saunallto S.F. 'J.l."&gt; pm I ! TUUUUGH THAIM*. 8.20 ami 2.25 pm dtiily.SuudaysoxcepteJ,Through IruiUh from Saultalael lur imucan Millm Midway Btatiuiis. Through 'I'raius Irum Duucuii »v.ills arrives in 3a/i Uaiael ut 'J.M am aud 5.50 pl.i. UTAUB oomfxoTioxs. Stages leave Duncan Ullll every morning Mtcep Mouciay fur Btewait'i i'oiut, Uuuiulu, i'uiut Ari uu Ouffey's Uove, Navarro, 01«nduOlDO City,...
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. t. ~~ DAII,V EXCEPT BCNDAYH. Z iat Lva S. IP. 7 15 v m 'J'ruin Lvh S. 11. » D » •• •■ 9,10 » 111 " lk " 8.00 uln 1 " " M 3,a0 pin " " " 10.90 •iv •i " " 6.0 Up 11) '* " " 3.40 l» in • ■ •■ '&lt; pui " ". " COS i&gt; ni SDND4YB ONLY. Boat lvs H. F. 8.00 a'ii;Traiu lvs S. B, 8.1 a in I•■ " " 10,80 ami " " " li.4Siiiu " &lt;■ •■ •• 11l j " " " 3.4S 1&gt; in j " " •' 9.30 p 111 " " " 4.111 1&gt; in I• • ■ " " S.OOpiul " " " 6.05 pin Real estate is taking a rest. For the first time in many months no transactions have been recorded during the week. Mr. Fiedler's new store is about in shape. It is one of the handsomest and best arranged country establishments in the State. A pleasant hop was given at the San Franciaoo Yacht Club's House on Monday evening, under the auspices of Mrs. Chas. Mason. Ben King has filed his official bond as Roadmaster of Sausalito township, with C. O'Leary and J. J. Ree...
SCRAPPING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
SCRAPPING MATCH. A most enjoyable and high-toned set-to took place last Sabbath at a well-known billiard parlor in Sausalito, which was witnessed by a small but select company. The combattants were Doug Hairy, the Sausalito Terror, and Billy Rushe, the coming man. No stakes were put up, the contest being solely for the championship of the water front. The men were in splendid form, and showed the results of hard training. FIRST ROUND After the usual hand shake, time was called and the men settled down to the work. Billy showed a disposition to force the fighting while Doug sparred cautiously for a lead. Finally, the Sausalito Terror got in a terrific upper cut that loosened the vertebrae of his opponent's neck but received in return a right hander on the bugle that temporarily destroyed the symmetry of that organ, and made the recipient's eyes spin round like pin wheels. These mutual attentions aroused the angry passions of both and some very lively fighting at short range followed....
Habit. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
Habit. The force of habit was well illustrated by an incident that took place on the wharf at Sausalito last week. On the ten o'clock train there came down from San Quentin a gentleman of the Spanish persuasion who had spent a number of years in elegant retirement at the prison, his anxiety to reside in Marin being to a great extent due to the turnkey's attentions. At last the day of deliverence arrived, and he had been set at liberty. But But the fellow was unable to realize the changed condition. Prison discipline had been drilled into him for so many years that it had become part and parcel of his existence. He got off the cars and followed along with the crowd, but evidently expected to be yanked bodily every minute. He started at every one that approached, and saluted right and left, as prison rules require. When he came to the gate where ticket-agent Lauck sat, resplendent in the uniform of his office, off went the ex-con's hat, and approaching with due humility, he addressed ...
Sinmuliti> or Saucelito ! [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
Sausalito or Saucelito ! "It is a wise chid that knows its own father," sayeth the Moralist. It is a lucky town that knows its own name. Sausalito is unlucky for it has a lurking suspicion that it ought to be called "Saucelito." The News has adopted the first orthography but we are well aware that there is a grave question as to its propriety. Either is right, so far as correct Spanish ie concerned. "Sauce" means in Spanish, a willow. "Sausal" means a willow grove. "Saucelito" is simply the diminutive and signifies a little willow tree. "Sausalito" a little willow grove. It seems more probable that the place was named from the several little willow groves in the neighborhood rather than from any particular dwarf tree. Besides, the oldest extant document mentioning the place, the letters patent to the grant of the name, issued by the Mexican Government, calls it the Rancho Sausailto, In fact there is very little question that the name was originally Sausalito. Custom, however, interv...
SAN RAFAEL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
SAN RAFAEL ITEMS. The County Clerk advertises for bids for laying a concrete floor in the County Jail. Bids will be opened by the Supervisors on April 6th. Fixing sentence on J. F. O'Toole, convicted of manslaughter was postponed till Feb. 28th. The Town Trustees have re-en-acted the water ordinance of 1884. The Firemen give a grand masquerade ball on Monday evening. The sale of property for delinquent State and County taxes takes place on the first Monday in March. Several fine residences are in the process of construction. Otherwise business is dragging badly. San Rafael is about to have a skating rink. Sarah Winnemucca, the Indian Princess delivers a lecture in San Rafael next Monday. The services at Christ Churoh during Lent will be as follows: ASH-WEDNESMAY. Morning Prayer and Sarmon 11 a.m. SUNDAYS. „ , I Except first in ths Hoy. J month 8 a.m. Commuuion. j Firgt i n the month 11a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon 11 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon ... 7:30 p.m. WEKK-DATB. Tuesdays ...
Superior Court—E. B. Mahon Judge. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
Superior Court—E. B. Mahon Judge. People vs Chin Newie—Sentenced to ten years in San Quentin. People vs John F. O'Toole- On motion of T. J. Crowley Esq., defendant's counsel District Attorney consenting, the passing of sentence was postponed until Feb. 28th. Patrick Fox vs Jos. W. Taylor—Appeal dismissed. Same vs Same—Motion to dismiss argued and taken under advisement, with leave to defendant to file brief, and plaintiff to answer. Thos. B. Hood vs. Maria Hood—Order to publish summons. Emma Quinn vs. Charles M. Quinn-Dr-oree of divorce. E. F. Hemenover vs. R. H. Hemenover — Decree of divorce. . PBOBATE. Estate of G. O. Wilson deceased-Final acoount settled. and estate distributed. Estate of J. Ignacio de Souza deceased— Notioe to creditors ordered published.
"< , The Mistletoe Bough!" [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
"&lt; , The Mistletoe Bough!" [Boston Ulube.] "Ivy," says a learned professor "was sacred to liacchus, and was used at the Diouysian love feast. Another name for Uacchus was Kissos, which ulso Is the ivy, but whether our custom of kissing under the mistletoe is a relic of KilMI aud the Agapiu—doesn't matter in the least. "Bird-lime, it is significant to observe, is made from the berries of the mistletoe, whence the same words signifies in Greek both mistletoe and bird-lime. How many a luckless human bird has been 'limed' under the mistletoe at Christmas. Some authorities refer the kissing custom to a theory that the mistletoe was the forbidden tree in Eden, The plant was also used in religious ceremonies by the Persian Magi. "The stately ancestral homes in Eng land are nowbeing richly decorated with holly, and ivy and amber berried mistletoe, and the hearts of the female inmates, from tho fresh faced house-maid to the languid Lady Jane, are beating falter as they hang the pa...
CONSTANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
CONSTANCY. ' 11Y AS UOMMUUI BAOSALITO TOET. With rl»e ant fall Ilia tides eternal roll, Willi colil and beat the ecasons over change; Man ever Mrivc s to roach that bllsif ul g«»l, WkMM ptaci" and bipplaflM together range. Tho constant ti.li I, the seasons suro returniiißK, Are flcklo, Whi i! compared to tho fond yearnings Wlin-h ti.ru mj thoughts to tliei'. Thou ait my e«al; to gain thy smilo ami favor Wi N happinotw •uprcme, worth all endeavor To turn thy thoughts toward mo.
What Smi'olilo Ne»<li. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
What Sausalito Needs. Sausalito needs above all other things, early and late communication with San Francisco. With boats running between 6 A.M. and 7 P.M. there would be no question about a speedy realization of our hopes for the town's future. But with the present time table, the place can never be more than a dormitory for a few privileged classes, whose hours of occupation are limited. These never have and never will build up a town. The bone and sinew of every community must come from the great middle and mechanical classes, and they can never make their homes in a place from which they can only reach their place of business by nine o'clock in the morning and return by five o'clock in the afternoon. The News is not so presumptuous as to suppose that it understands the Railroad's business better than the Railroad Company itself. But we have a very great regard for Mr. Russell's abilities, and we hope he will consider this question otherwise than it has been considered heretofore...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
EL MONTE. Hotel El Monte! SAUSALITO, - Cal. ....THIS . » • • IF 1 IBS T-OLASS HOTB L! OFFERS EVERY Attraction to Visitors. WELL FURNISHED ....AND.... Spacious Rooms. ;■: —* Table the very Best! 1 .—EXTENSIVE IMPROVED — anoxjisrDS. l mi] yw\}l}l&amp;, COURTS, Croquet Yards ' .'.'. .AND... .■...' other Outsides' Games! BIL LI ARD ROOMS ... .AND BAR IN. . Separate Buildings. .... THE J'INEST Land and Water YLEW IN TITK STATE. TEItMS MODERATE; J. E. Slinkey, '; proprietor.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
LAND AND I'ERItY COMPANY. THE SAUSALITO LAND AND KM COMPANY. N 0 T ICE! The sausalito LAND and Ferry Company offers its Lands for Sale in Building 1 Lots, BLOCK ....AND.... .AZcre Parcels, AND ITS Water Front o t s, On Easy Terms. The North Pacific Coast Railroad Company's line of road traverses the entire North Front—over three miles—of the Company's land, bringing all parts of the property within quick traveling distance of San Francisco—Thirty minutes from wharf to wharf. .. .. T II X.... -W A- T X R....AND.... , .- ■ * LANDSCA PJS VIEWS ARE.... UNEQUALEI) BY ANY Avoiuul San Francisco. The locality is healthful in the highest'degree. The Soil Warm and Productive. Water from Flowing Spring- • Pure and Plentiful—fur- . .... nished from the Company's Reservoirs and Mains, &gt;••;■'- AT REASONABLE RATES. For all information in regard to Sites, Prices and ;:; Terms, Please apply;to the-Secretary of the Company, Boom 9, No. 419 California , street, San Francittco, .'...0n on. ....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
WATER RATES. NOTICE ! Water Rates ....AND.... Conditions ....OF THE.... BAUBALITO Li and Ferry and and Ferry co:M::p.A.:isr-z\ ORtOI OF THK SAUSA L ] T 0 LAND vm) FEBBI COMPANY j\ ro. -fin California st. Room &lt;&gt;. San Fbahohoo, Jan. '.','&lt; 18R5. KOTTOI AS TO VATII lUTICS AND iXWDITIOIM, a^IIE SAUSALITO LAN.) AND FEU_L ry Company has the right to claim and exert nil tbe privilege') of a Water Company under tho following clauses of its Articles of Incorporation, relating to the "objects and purposes for which said company is formed," viz: "liuilding flumoß, dams, aqueducts, reservoirs and other structures appropriate to the supply and distribution of water." "Of collecting, distributing and sellii'g water." Tho Company has lately applied to the Board of Supervisors of Mariu county to iix and establish monthly rates for water, to be charged and collected by this Company. Tho Board of Supervisors decided that they had no jurisdiction, as this Company was ...
AMMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885
AMMONIA. A Liquid Which 1* Cheaper Than Soap, and Which Cleans Everything It Touch -. Ammonia is cheaper than soap, and ! cleans everything it touches A few ; drops in a kettie that is hard to clean makes grease and stickiness fade iwav, and robs the work of all its terror-. Let it stand ten minutes before attempting to scrape off, and every corner will "be clean, it cleans the sink and penetrates into the drain pipe. Spots, tin- : ger-mark.s on paint disappear \ nder its 'magical influence, aud it is equally ! effective on floor and oil el-nli, though it must t used with tare on the hitter or it will injure the polish. There is nothing U&gt; equal it in cleaning the silverware, and it gives a higher polish and keeps clean longer than anything else. If the silver be only ilichtly tui" j niched put two tea-jioonfui.s of am- j inonia into a quart of hot water, brash the tarnished articles with it aud dry ! ,with a chamois. If badly discolored, they may n ed a little whitening ...