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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

I/> H ,<M> HIM fTV] AV H SAUSALITO LJflj mmmi M COMNHfJ Ps OTIS Eli The sausalito and Ferry Company offers I Lands for Sale in Building 1 I ' LotJ BLOCK I AN! ... A ere !Pai (-elsl AND ITS . . . i Water Fronk I, O TS, f| On Easy ry ••inii The North Pacific CoM ; Railroad Company's line I road traverses the entire NoJj Front—over three milts—■ the Company's land, bringiifejj all parts of the property wit I quick traveling distance of sfl Francisco—Thirty minutes frcl wharf to wharf. ....THE.. . 1 ■ -W A T E I# ....AND LANDSCAPE F/£Jl|| ....ABE IN EQUALED BY Al Around San Francisco. I „ Pi The locality is nealtlijwM in the highest degree! The Soil Warm ■ and Pifl ductivc -.'-. V ,»i — !■■■■■■—— - ,-; *i : Water from Flowing SpriflJ Pure and Plentiful—tur-j nished from the Com- WiM pany's Reservoirs pi and Mains, j AT REASONABLE RATES. I For all information in I gard to Sites, Prices tM Terms, Please apply to the Secretarial - ; the Company, ] Room 9, N...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

The Sausalito News. Volume 1. SAUSALITO, MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY MAY 21, 1885. NUMBEB 1">.

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THE BLUE SATIN. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

THE BLUE SATIN. There waa a church fair and festival on hand at Waynesville, all the young ladies werfl in a state of feminine flutter. Pretty brown-eyed Jenny Carson hart one of the fancy tables. She hart also a new dress for the occasion. The soft, ahining folds of rtrak-blue silk draped over the bed, and Jenny was kneeling upon the floor, arranging the loops of satin ribbon to her taste, when Miss Belle Dorsey, who was Jenny's most intimate friend, burst into the room. "Oh, what a pretty dress, Jenny! You'll look ravishing in it. You only need a pair of blue satin boots to match it, and then you'll be the best dressed girl at the festival." "But satin boots are very expensive," said Jenny hesitatingly. "Oh, well, yes, somewhat. But there's nothing sets off a lady's appearance like nice shoes and gloves. 1 heard Dr. Chester say he never considered a lady welldressed if she wore illfittingboots or gloves.' And Miss Belle complacently crossed her own pretty French kids, while Jenny ...

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THE PARAGRAPHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

THE PARAGRAPHERS. A soru point a boil. A sharp point a needle's. A false point a wax nose. A sound point - a triangle's. An old point the North pole. A now point baby's first tooth. A good point a church steeple. A strong point a cheese kniiie's. A hidden point the pin in the sofa, A sure point Montreal | for cashiers.) A poor point 36$™ This way to the alms-hodse. No point- the circus joke. Young ladies who think they have a call to write poetry, should stop and remember that ''poets are born and not made. St. Paul Day. The chief of the United States Signal Service has purchased a sheep ranch. Look out for "wether profits."- -Newman Independent. "He has good terminal facilities," remarked the railroad man, pointing to the fingers of a professional pianist. N. Y. Morning Journal. '■ Information wanted by the editor of this paper," is a suggestive heading of an advertisement in an Arkansas paper. Arkansaw Traveler. New York Mercury: In Boston is called drawmah; in New York, drahma; i...

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A SOCIETY BELLE’S FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

A SOCIETY BELLE’S FATE. The seven: and probably fatal illness of a BOCiety lady should be a warning to all young Indies of plump and pleasing proportion* not to trifle with their natural.ten- ! dency toward enrbonpoiot through the medium of any artificial or Banting methods. Ever since Fanny Davenport by violent methods reduced her weight fifty pounds a great many young ladies of full figure, fearing they might reach Fanny's proportions, set to work to thin themselves out, so to speak, and there is Jiot one ease where there lias not been an injury more or less severe to the constitution. Fanny Davenport has certainly reduced Jier figure to comparative attenuation, but at what expense of health, physique and personal comfort. Her system i* so run down that slio has to take a bottle of champagne every night before the last act of "Fedora" to carry her through the great, climax of the act. This lady, who is one of tho handsomest and most popular of Now York society belles, was of full ...

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A YOUNG LADY’S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

A YOUNG LADY’S ADVICE. A young lady at a party nt Hebington thn other night, gave the following advice to a young man in reference to tho use of big words: In promulgating your esoteric cogtations, or urticulating your superficial sentimentalities, and philo- sophical, psycological observations, beware of. platitudinous ponderosity. Let your conversational communications possess a ratified conciseness, a careful, compact comprehensiveness, a coalescent consistency, and a concatenated cogency. Eschew all conglomerations of flatulent garrulity and jejune babblements. Let your exextemporaneous descantinga and unpremeditated explanations have intelligibility, psittacoous bacinity, vontriloquial verbosity, and vaniloquent rapidity. Shun all double ontendres, pestiferous profanity, obscurant or apparent. In other words, talk plainly, briefly, natu- rally, sinsibly, truthfully, purely. Say what you moan, mean what you say, and don't use big words. " What's the reason you didn't speak to Jo...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

Dr. Wm. Jenningson, PHYSICIAN SAUSALITO, Cal. lA. LAWRENCE, DEALER IX Groceries, Povisions and Clothing, Winea, Liquors, Cigars and GENERAL FAMILY I SUPPLIES. PRICES SEASONABLE. Th» public pa«ron»ge solicltea-Stor* Caladont* Avenue Sausahto. A. LAWRENCE. I ' ■' ' OYSTER GROTTO! Oysters Cooked in Every Style. ■ Private Orders Filled. iGenersl , Reataurant business Conducted. .'•■■ Special fioililtlei. for tourists. Bar tmuUhti '••with the best liquors in the St»te. Rear , C porches »nd luncb urbors constructed over the bay »ftordii g a maßnifloicnt water view. Water St. - - Sausalito. '^'■'ANDREW NICHOLAS, Fnor. |J. LORIAN, —KEEPS A FIRST-CLASS— Saloon and Recreation : ROOMS. B ' '' : -BEST OF— ■Wines, •■• '■3 Liquor's, I 1 and Cigars, I 3?ool Tdble : „ CARD ROOMS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. I Pool Table CARD ROOMS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS, ||Cornßr Cnladonia Avenue and "Water Avenue, AUSXLITO - - Cal

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

IS & an, .... DUMBS 1N.... Groceries Clothing Wines, JIQIJORS, austid . OIQ-ABS. We can compete with city firms in prices and quality of goods. DIAS&SILVA, Caledonia Avenue. SAbSALITO, - - Cal. SATJSALITO LIVELY -SUABLE I Turnouts, Saddle Horses, etc., FURNISHED AT REASONABLE RATES. Express run to all points in SausaHto. ....ALSO.... DEALER IX WOOD COAL. >/ATER St., ~ SATJSALITO. GEO. W. SMITH, Peoi-rietoe. LISBON HOTEL! SAUSALITO, MARIN CO., Cal. OPPOSITE BAILBOAB DEPOT. Meals at all Hours. BOARD AND '■ LODGINGS. BEST WINES AND LIQUORS. M. SANTAS & J. S. DEAVEL. h „, C: PROPRIETORS. ■ « - NICHOLS &SEASE, . . . .PBOPKIKTOR ... . . .'4 • / saloon .-iANDr. WAITING ROOMS! • -•- . ..OPPOSITE.. v 1 FERRY WHARF, S.AUSALITO^ n - ™ .-^,-. I keep oh' Land a well seleotedfatbok of liquors, native and imported vinos, cignrß, etc. Give me a call NICHOLAS SEASE. J. THOMAS, - —PKOP.IIETOI! ->■ «*."r ,"i i-•»■•« '■"•*.' 'it ,-^»...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

- We are much surprised at the unaccountable indifference our Sausalito people in general are manifesting in relation to the matter of establishing a cemetery. How can they expect that the Land and Ferry Company will interest itself for the welfare of the community when the people themselves express no desire that they should do so? At the first meeting called to consider the matter about three weeks ago, there were not many representative citizens present, but at the last, held on Saturday evening, excepting the committee to report on a location for the cemetery there were but three or four of our people present. Is it possible that many who have kindred buried on the unfenced tract of bleak hills heretofore used for burial purposes would prefer to leave them there and continue to bring their friends there when it is proposed to establish a beautiful cemetery where the dead may repose untrampled on by the beasts of the field, and where consolation may be found in visiting their res...

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Gausaluo, May 19, '65. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

Sausalito, May 19, '85. Ed. News: —l wish through the medium of your paper to bring before the people of Sausalito a grievous nuisance with which our town has been inflicted, and for which there appears to be no redress except it can be accomplished through the press, The nuisance I allude to is the danger we incur by allowing the discharge of fire arms along the water front, and more particularly on Sundays, to the danger of many parties who visit Sausalito as well as the residents of the town. I refer to the recent unfortunate shooting that occurred at the Clubhouse on Friday last, and again on Sunday there was considerable firing along the front. It appears there is no officer in town to repress this, the only officer we have is a constable who seems to think it is not his duty to interfere in these matters. Hoping you will aid us through the columns of your valuable paper in this matter, I am, A SUBSCRIBER. Last Sunday's excursion steamer "Tamalpais" brought more passengers to M...

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YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

YACHTING. Commodore Harrison of the San Francisco Yacht Club has issued the following general orders in connection with the contemplated cruise on Decoration Day: ''Yachts: of the San Francisco Yacht Club will assemble off the clubhouse, Sausalito, on Friday, May 29th. At 5:45 P. M. the first gun will fire and five minutes later the starting gun, when the fleet will get under way and proceed direct to Martinez. On Saturday, May 30th, at 11 a. m. the Yachts will get under way and beat down to Mare island. At 10 o'clock Sunday morning the yachts will get under way from Mare island, at usual signal, and 'try rate of sailing.' The first yacht passing to windward of Blossom rock buoy shall be adjudged the winner. The Casco leaves in a few days for a cruise to Santa. Barbara. Her improvements have added greatly to her sailing qualities. The sloop Fleetwing is to be in service between Santa Cruz and Monterey during the Summer months. In relation to the contemplated race mentioned last week...

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; Superior Court—E. M. MiHON Judge. ' [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

Superior Court—E. B. MAHON Judge. John Bustu vs Fook Yenn Co.— Three cases, all decided for plaintiff. L. Hechheimer vs B. Hermann — Evidence taken and argument continued to 25th inst. Kuitiel & Williams vs A, C. Perry—Dismissed by motion of plaintiffs. PrOBATE. Estate of Luigi Cheda, deceased— Louis Pedrazzini, Guiseppa Martella and Chas. S Barney appointed appraisers. Estate of A. Forbes, deceased— $250 allowed to T. J. Crowley, attorney for minor heirs, and $100 to F. M. Angellotti as Referee.

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Heil7*K*tuVe. : lieu] Kttute. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

Real Estate. Geo. H. Gamble to E. L. Woods et al — 5 acres in Sausalito township, $1. Geo. E. Otis to E. L. Woods - Same tract, $5.

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Irvlts ;» .7ar»!ifj'j Gocii. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

Irvlts ;» .7ar»!ifj'j Gocii. ISew yorV Letur 1 , Mr. Henry Irving, just before his departure, purchased from ail importer of Japanese curios in Now York a set of Japanese gongs, which are lcoimtodupon cushions upon a. bamboo- fmuiu. The gougs have been haxib9nized by I'rofoisor Luther Whiting Mason, who for mac/ years was the director of muiic of the Imperial coaiwvatory of Japan. They uro of bronze, bowlshaped, and aretounded by being btrack by a cloth coverod mallet. "Mr. Irving baa long used a similar gene • in "Cnarlos 1.," because of ittaoletul, penetrating sound. Th« vibrations are aou» and lasting. 'I he uew purchase includes five gongs that can bo used as a chime. . Tho corners of tho bamboo frame aro ornamented by lotuu leaves with moveable eeeds delicately carved partly beneath the surfav© of tho wood, bo that the wonder at first is hoY the large part, vras introduced thrcu^h the Er^all opening above which tho tip of the seed peops. Mr. Irrinf ha* also imported for his Lon...

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cute left Write*'« CT»mj [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

cute left Write*'« CT»mj\ [Ezchusfct] AGaroiua oam»i Wultl, now in Londoa, baa fliboovoroj v. curb for writer it cra^p. 'f be now treatiar^t coaiUt J partly or rubblag, Urieadi'j;.;, ctrotcliing vii betting o! TiM bIKIIU tha w»viu-al u»Uicl»» of the Ltwl'^sd arc. Thurs art pymuastic ?x,vcifet. both active and pe.t»iv», *u-i moit imI port&st cf ill, tt»r» or* gra.lu.ttsd tMPI cisc» ie untile.-, with » view c: c.tUlag vie ! i lay a u«w sut ci ausclos !: Us a >A tjj^sa" ! i»inr»l by tb» crass?, <*«'' - •*» ■■ ■-»- —^—

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V • -r> .4-t'n "tin•K-fe tv«.«vlo_., [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

V • -r>\ .4-t'n "tin•K-fe tv«.«vlo_., 3j :-> Jlf. T.i ty ii !lfl?lniaipi| Jn tV<? h-.art '.[ ;;;• t«ti'.C*> Is , ••.• ■;•; i\ of solid hoiftatrtii iron, ■>'■''■ . iO.” ;•■ m Oi' i*. riN've. the , •r<-.r.".. raoro th;\n . rk mi'o ] <vido i»nd our tv ■ ir:.:» in length \ bed or ligTvttocoiil iii^j; enough to warm ; •,bn World for centuries; e'.gh* lnkos of solid so.ln, no oft'icm over 600 norm ine.iton' und not les* than thirty foot in doptty and & pofruleiim b:vJlr» wlrlch • .n*.ii:v.j> m :.' -i- than ronnsv'lvatii.i I w, I \Vo3t Virginia ron:bir\f;J. fro'i 1 I which in pine '1 tbo oil itKio ins in tiat.lrr.l wella at thi fata of . two barrels a lay

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l',.irtnii.iai;t>:i ami lilac I'jplv.lorn. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

l',.irtnii.iai;t>:i ami lilac I'jplv.lorn. IBtchaaxC'] In eeaasction with the disastrous col'■•.tj explosions nt Knrwin and Banrtrucken, ll.rr Rudolph Jail, the Austrian fceolo;{;.st. who lias made a BpedaJ study of volcanic ernptions, publitbMn caution to mine overseors, Jio says that explosion* in mines usually coincide with or follow closely upon earthquako*. and l<o mentions ns days that will be [dangerous In mltut* this year, all over Frame, March 110, Juno 19, July 18, Sept. 8 and Sept. H.

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Irrigation In rtaii. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 21 May 1885

Irrigation In rtaii. [ChlcftlCCi .1 .nrnnl.l 1h? wators of Utah furnish Irrigalion for 1,600,000 acres <>f land, estimating ft cubic foot of water per second to each acre. Th« capacity lor irrigation is capablo of further increase by a system of reservoirs and by nrtesian wells. There are also considerable tracts which do not rc^uiro inigHtion; audthe |w?aiblo fariaius lands of the territory arc thus not far from 2,000,000 acre*.

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