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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 April 1885

JLAND AND FERRY OorMAM TH SAUSALITO LJII ... AND FERRY COMPANY, IS O TIC ! The sausalito lam and Ferry Company offers i; Lands for Sale in Building 1 Lots BLOCK \ AND Acre Parcels ....AND 1T8.... Water Fron l o rs 3 >n Easy Term The North Pacific Co* (aii.road Company's line : •oad traverses the entire Nor ?ront —over three miles— :he Company's land, brineit ill parts of the property wit i |uick traveling distance of Si Francisco—Thirty minutes froi wharf to wharf. ... .T he -W A. T E 8- ... .AND ... LANDSCAPE VIEW ARE UNEQUALED BY AS Around San Francisco. The locality is healthfu in the highest degree, The Soil Warm and Pr ductive. Water from Flowing SpringPure and Plentiful—furnished from the Company's Reservoirs and Mains, AT REASONABLE RATES. For all information in I gard to Sites, Prices an Terms, Please apply to the Secretary ' the Company, Room 9, No. 419 Calif orn street, san Francieco, or on .. TUESDAYS AND THURSDAY* AT THE COMPANY'S OFFICE IN Tt® OF THE COMPANY'...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

The Sausalito News. KVBVBB 12. Volume 1. SAUSALITO, MABIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY APRIL 30, 1885.

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SHADOWS ON THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

SHADOWS ON THE MOON. „ (Meilora Clark in Inter OoaM | Ima fair child's character • 1 Kiiilmmli.hl in the fallen slum-. It sin .mils a meadow spotless white, Where chastened suiibcaiii' loftly flow. The swift hours pass (I se them jvur.ii Wood shadow, dim lit fit I and small. Creep o'er the white with rttslthy trend Until their darkness covers all, Except in places, here and there. The light falls freely on it* l.raaiit, Where nothing intercepts the beam* From azure sky to whore tiny rest. 80, though the child may lose the graco And purity of rosy youth, A few white spots must still shine forth, Th« remnants of her pristine truth.

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A FAITHFUL DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

A FAITHFUL DOG. A Cue of Extrordinary Affection— A Dog Commit* Suicide on Account of Grief. . ~ [Cincinnati. Times-Star.) In the log-book of the late Capt. Harris, of Stratford, Mass., is an entry under date of Jan. 21, as follows: "On the morning of the 13th ' I was disabled while standing near the wheel by a broken spar, and lay in the cabin for three days unconscious. The first mate asserts that Jack is gone, and asserts, as do others ( of the crew, that he commit suicide through grief." Capt. Harris was an old sailor, whose most fathful and devoted friend through many of. his voyages was Jack.' Capt; Harris had first taken Jack on a voyage when he was hardly big enough to walk. He seemed to care for no one's society but the captain's, being extraordinarily affectionate and demonstrative when with him, but very dignified, stern, and silent at all other times. He was a big fellow, with great brown eyes, and the captain had only to express a wish for Jack to attempt to execute it. ...

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Germany's Newly-Acquired Subject*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

Germany's Newly-Acquired Subject*. [Sierra Leone Cor. Ixandou Standard.) The local potentate of Susus, west Africa, is a personage styled King John. His majesty is said to be a drunken old reprobate. He is the judpe in all disputes, and gives his decisions in favor of the side that pays him best. The political power be has handed over to his clever brothor, King Ben, in exchange for rum. King Ben was educated at St Louis (Senegal), and displays his French education by thwarting the French commandant to the extent of his ability. The king is not a pure Su-Hu, for his grandfather was a white man. Wbile the writer was on the Pongas river a great war was going on among the natives. The martial character may be judged by the fact that during the entire campaign the casualities amounted to no more than seven men, and these believed to have been killed by accident. Their usual method of fighting is to skulk behind bushes and fences. When a safe opportunity occurs they rush out, and, after ...

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The Shoemaker* I'roflt by It. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

The Shoemaker* I'roflt by It. [Cincinnati Times-Siar] "There is one thing übout roller skating that has never been in the papers," said a Fourth street shoemaker to ma. "What is it?" I Inquired, "1 thought roller skating had beon written about from above, below and all around." "Simply that it is a mighty good thing for the shoemakers. A skater wants as nice a looking shoe as possible, and one as small as he can wear. The smaller the shoe, the sooner it wears out, and skates are hard on shoes, anyhow. So you see we havo l>een doing a thriving business on account of the craze. Many young men have bought fashionably cut shoes to wear at the rink, who otherwise would have gone on purchasing the common, factory made article. We are now having shoes specially made for skaters. They are strongly built up around the heel, and have a brond band of leather going over the instep."

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Worthy of Thought. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

Worthy of Thought. [Exchange.] M. Muller, whose uanie is a household word, has thus truthfully and beautifully written in regard to tho training of the manchild: "To-day he is at your four; to-day you can make him laugh, you can make him cry, you can make his eyes till and hie bosom ■well with recitals of good and nuble deeds; In short, you can mould him if you will take the trouble. But look ahead some years, when that little voice shall ring in deep bas* tones; when the small form shall have a man's weight and tramp; when a rough beai d shall cover that little round chin, and the willful strength of manhood fill out that little form. Then you would give worlds for the key to bis heart, but if you lose it now when he is little, you may search for it carefully some day with tears and never find it"

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The Caspian fetroleuiu. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

The Caspian fetroleuiu. It is claimed that while :'enus/lva::?a :•■*- troleum yield* 70 per cent, of kerosene, with a large residuum of lubricating oil, the Caspian product .yields but 88 per cent of kero -«•.!!■, with a refuse tit only for fuel. A Maine concern has received an AuatraMan order for tare* car-load* of elothM-Uo*.

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SAVED BY A JACKAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

SAVED BY A JACKAL. I SVw York Hiid.J "Jackal* are at oui-e the bane and th« t>!e<wing of India," said a gentleman, whoa* f.ifo, either through a dieorganiwd liver or tiitn a quarter of a century of steady curry anting under an eusteru sun, or in con**>|iieuce of Ixitli, hud a-(|utr«d a rich yellow hue. "They banish sleep with their nightly howling, aijil .»..iintim.i, they carry off a child, but they are the scavengers of the plains, which 1 think woull hardly be habitable without them I^et me tell you a curl ou i story about uu* of the brutes saving * child. "I had better stato at once, to check undue sympathy, that ilie ,»>ikal, when he resfind Lai (.MioUr'M acted purely as an involuntary agent, for ho rnrtainly intended to eat her. The littln girl's real name, given tohar in England a year previously, was Mabel Stem. Her father. CoL Htarn, whose regiment was in India, was on leave of absence in his native land when Mabel was born, and t...

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JAPANESE SAYINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

JAPANESE SAYINGS. A. RETURNED TRAVELER CALLS TO MIND A FEW OF THEM. Oar Almoud-Eyed Brethren Never Vui»- Die or Noisy—Proverbs and Epigram*— Practical Jakee Never Imparted Into the Empire of Nlpbea. [N*w York Sun.] An American gentleman, lately returned. to tali city after a prolonged residence la Japan, was recently discovered in the stock exchange by m reporter. The returned traveler recognised the reporter, whom he greeted cordially but mutely, as he refund to utter or listen to a word until bath had •scaped from the din and ! found themselves in the comparative quiet of a neighboring restaurant. There, after mating himself at a table and passing his hand across his'forehead in a dared fashion, he found hi* voice — voice faint and low at first, like that of one who had just suffered from sever* wbock or a surgical operation. "You' can hardly imagine how « native of Japan woul I be affected by such a liindv carnival as we have just witnessed," he said. "The Japanese are such great...

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Am VBlaefcjr Mm. "";, . [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

Am VBlaefcjr Mm. "";, . ITsxa* Mftlnes.) ■,■.■■ They were talking about Btauly Ha**. "Yes," said Koaoiusko Murphy, "Staaly U th* most unlucky man in th* state of Tana. You can count «n hi* . havtaj tad luefe eleven times out of tea,' bat iftenlr's «*d luck saved a man's life once." „; ; t 'r :;:.'.'; "How thatl" ; . -. ..; ,-....,, ...... - v .i "There m • desperado who wm « dea4 ■hot laying for Tom Morris. What doe* Tom d . but make hi* will leaving eYwrrtbiaft to SUnly Nasal" „ . ■ " . „.• I "Way «14 he do that!" ' ! :;:'': "■>'■'■''' \ "He did that bMtut* hi* knew eothiat lucky could happen to Nmb. .TUe d*tg*r«A* flred twice with a shot-gun and «Apti«d two six-shooters at Tom Morris and mi—ll him •Terr time, just because It WOttM h*T* tee* NMh'a. good luck if Tom had beea killed. ' U Tom property had bean willed to anybody except Nash, Tom would. hare keen m fall of hole* as a sieve."„'.. , >■■■■■ /.-.

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..........V..,tj „. { Wonderful SU*M-of-*aad TH«*. ; [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

..........V.., t j „. { Wonderful SU*M-of-*aad TH«*. ; . (Exchaaf*.) '"'I j One of the trick, of a French prwrttfifitft. tour is •> ■urpriamg Illusion A weddingling borrowed from •> ladjr to kwuim» into • bar by some volunteer aesUton* among the audience. The conjuror borrow* • programme, roll* it Into m . eonn»«ipl*■hapMl t«c«ptM!l« for the rtmg, *od without the in of the left hand »rumples ek» ' pM»r into a tall, which the ToluntKM hold* tlfH full in view of Ute audUoos. When, he U directed to open it he And* »b»t ' the crumpled ball of paper consists of ire sealed '•»■' velopes, one within the ether, Ml wit* th* perfect wedding-ring In the nuUaft Ml ionermoet. ' V* *.'** *l> * - , - , . ... __..-■., . ■ -I. „ i

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:• t A M*U«B«1 nt«r*rtna<k – ■?• ' [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

:• t A M*U«B«1 nt«r*rtna&amp;lt;k - ■?• ' rrof«w*r U*x Mullwr la * (MMI nM«b dwtaMd tt to b» • ttUwtl ■&amp;gt;*• tertuM whaa tKMrdlar«ctiooUtoek th* plM*

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Portar'* *!•*» 1m I'iviiait. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

Portar'* *!•*» 1m I'iviiait. IKx-CouiWarat* Cto. Maw/.] Next day I received orders to go p* {uiuiuaml tha department of East en!nessee. Gen. St«pheu«on asked me Co I remain a day or two, because Grant was : milking a move. That night my pickets, I soon after midnight, began tiling. All I of my staff wen at a ball given by Col. • Watts and Mu.j Can-ill, commissioner* I fJr exchange of prisoner*. All the fashion ana beauty of the city ware there, and all the officers who were j|o fortunate m to be invited and who enjoyed Miob. an occasion. Since th« "*ound of revelry by night" in Belgium's capital, no *uoh startling call was made as Porter's fleet occasioned that night. All of the young officers mad Rom* of the old) ran off to their coin manda. The girl* fled in panic in their thin robes and slippers along the muddy roads to their several nests. It w»long past midnight when the thirteen vessels, including the' transports, came swingiug around the (mint. Our bonfires promptly lighted u...

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•Japan'•• t'u*k«ry. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

•Japan'•• t'u*k«ry. [Tsttl lnt.nr iv !'li'»!j#o TiiuM.| Upon arising in the morning you JU*jr wish to invade the culinary department, but you would tetter follow the Scriptural injunction and "eat such things iv are set before you." Not that thing* •re necessarily uncleanly, but there is a general mixture of cookery Mid smells, which only the 'well-filled stomach enjoy*. Tell them to cook you chicken; you hear a squawking iv to* house, and in just five, minutes the late lamented bird is before you, all cooked. It It done in this wise: Upon a chat: coal (to are placed thin copper pan* which are almost instantly heated t«-v whit* heat, Oil is dropped in, ft chicken on top, had alt is over. ; The natives eat little flesh. Ocljr sine* the advent of foreigners have tht) learned to eat it at all. Their sustoa. aoee in drawn mostly from rice, sweM potatoes, nsh, and a few vegetable*, such as a great 'radish-called dallUa. They also eat millet,*i and, . strange ' to say, buckwheat i* made i...

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Sin ImU*4 »t •■><**. ■;' :'■■'''- [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

Sin ImU*4 »t •■&amp;gt;&amp;lt;**. ■;' :'■■'''- c MV«« rrmm 1 Among those who want men .to atop poisoning the air around them is Professor Blackie, who recommends Scouh songs a» a substitute. for tobacco. . This somewhat alarming suggestion was made in the 'ooune -of ' a "concert lee ture" at MaoohesWr. 'Hew 'leople," he said, ' 'can get through their idle hours I don't know. .Ism railway eoache* a&amp;amp;4 other place* I see a number smoking what they call tobacco. Well, whatever may be said. about it, it is not an i* Ullectual or. moral stimulant, and the flavor of it is not at all like ■tte rosa or any poetio^hing I know. It is case* tially a vulgar sort of amusement. My amusement is to sing I songs. 'At home I am always singing Scotch songs; and abroad when these jrretehes are smoking 1 hum to myself 'Soots Wha He*. •A Man's a Man for a' That,' and songs of that kind." Professor Blaokie then advised his audience "to do the same." Their souls, he informed them, would...

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«_ ___ t*_ _•• Bifid.' » [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

«_-,■__ ____•_ t*_ __•_•• Bifid.' » [B«rtea Mi ) : It is strange how a little steady pre* sure on the windpipe affects people. Of course it chokes them, but that i* no reason why they shouldn't be able to move their limbs. 1; They seem to lose all control over their muscles and give flight in. . I remember a case that oceurteala Brook ville, Me.; when T Was' ft young man. : A woman, the wife of .*&amp;gt; wealthy sea captaiu, threw a skein of yarn over the tot of ' an ■'■ open door one day, a»4 sticking her head through the bight that hung down doubled up her knees so her feet could not ' touch aid remained in that position until she choked to death. One would naturally think that whew aha became unconscious her muscles would relax and allow her feet -to drop to the floor, but such was not the oaee. Hanging or choking ' seems to make every muscle as rigid as iron/ t-fce I ..•

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,0 I.tM'mmmMtuntlmJ'^ -•>'.•'.• • [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

,0 I. tM'mmmMtuntlmJ'^ -•&amp;gt;'.•'.• • (•saaaoc*.) :; Udr Wild*,, in. her "Driftwood from Scandinavia, " laye 'hat ia Hamburg th* caw more pretty face* among »ho fuddle ola/wes than she had or«r some Mrou before. "Theaerfing maideuof Chrt»ti ana are' tall and *I«nd»r m young ' lao trees, dark haired and oteeMlagly pretty, with kploadM i I tooth imhinm through merry «aU«i. " . "Ia ahriaUaaa, R ■he obaorTea, "on« meeta roireMuUUve* of all the northern • ■ nation* -Swede*. Dane*, Koree - mm! Q«m»na~&amp;gt;all'ot (ha one Teutonic rase, yet with sttoaglymarked differences. The cha»aetert»tic of the None is strength, of the Sw*4m renaemeßt &amp;lt; and culture, of th» i Daaos grace and gayety. nu ,-,': L&amp;lt;k \ j^:;. J M {ifiis ■;■:■■■■ t-i;'.--&amp;gt;r_JTT--cf; mj Bob BunUtto: When you hear a ma* a*7ki«, "Look oe* (or th* man who always •uUav* **■* ila v* maa, n*&amp;gt; m, w-o will Mar*«keeata your collateraU.

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