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A Villasn <■•immunity >■■ Kihilh. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
A Villasn &lt;■•immunity &gt;■■ Kihilh. |IVI Mall (Jamie.) \ The latest experiment in the organization of industry comes from f'.ussia, where the employes' at tho large engineering works belonging to the Urm of Struve il Co. have recently been planted In a complete settlement somewnat like Pullman City in the state-. The workmen, of whom there are between 8,600 and 4,000, are all lodged in small cottages, most of which are made to accommodate two families only, while the public institutions cf the colony include a refectory, a laundry, v hospital, a benefit society, a technical school, and aio operative store. The employers contribute handsomely to the benefit society, but charity in any other form is &lt;|iiite unknown in the place, and the eooperativo society pays :i flourishing dividend. It would be ettrious if Hussia, which is a survival of the past In its village communities of an agricultural type, were also to be a pioneer of the future in village oomm...
The Art ol Talking. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
The Art ol Talking. [Interior .ll&lt;mllil).| There is not by any means a ItK.'k of talk, this is abundant. &lt;;os.-.ii&gt; MM scandal and sUng we have an over abiindanco of, but of conversation, .sensible talk, Ihciv i- a sad waul of tlint. The American people have lieen dubbed M a nation of talkers ot rather of twaddlan. and there it much I ruth in the assertion, but the same may be said of almost every other nation DOdM the sun. There aro few really good talker*, uien from whom in ordinary (onv('rsatii)ii \oi can gather a fund of knowledge, and who are entertaining as well You need not long be in lie company of a man until you are aware of his weak point*. If his general demeanor does not betray him his tongue -•ill
MAKING WINDOW-GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
MAKING WINDOW-GLASS. M. *»n.i«l Tells tlio Hojrn of America Whnt Hi.- Methods Arc. 11 id roil fret livss.] . The 1 workmen were engaged in making win low-glass, and proceeded in a way that .seemed very si tuple. A young man would take one- of the long hollow iron pipes wo saw the gaunt, man _ juggling with, and approaching one of tinmouths of the great furnace with the in i difference of a salamander—first, how • ever, protecting his face with a leather screen—would proceed by a aeries of , wavo-liko movements of the pine to. I gather at the end a ball of liquid gla**. getting his supply from a fire-cloy pot. These pots contained a mixture of soda, ' lime and sand, which had been reduced by firing for two days. After gathering a wad the si™ of a cocoannt tinyoung man would turn and cool it upon an iron plate, .-till keeping up the wave liko rotary motion. Then he would return to the pot and begin flab ing again, then back to the iron plate for cooling, and then more angling. By this...
• Kleptomania. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
• Kleptomania. I Detroit Freo l'rtw*] Kleptomania is the strangest gift ever towed by civilization upon fallen humanity. It is a product of the highest and most recent stages of civilization. Barbarians know nothing of it, they are not subject to its insidious attacks. It is neither painful, like gont; infectious, liko measles, nor dangerous, liko pneumonia. It is so treacherous that the victim himself is not aware he has contracted it till ' accused of theft, and even then only on being informed ol his sufferings by his lawyer. It -'tilers from all recognized diseases, inasmuch as no doctor could ever trace symptoms of it. It was evolved 1., a clever law yer from his inner consciousness, which is as difficult to get at a3 the north pole. By a merciful interposition of fate, kleptomania only attacks tho wealthy, who are .Lie to pay for its treatment. ,
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
Mj)i'. IV m. Jem/ing son, 6&gt; II V S 1 C I A^ Ts r ;i S A rSALITO, (,'al. , gA . I. AWRE NC E , -—BALER IS Groceries, Povisions and p Clothing, "Wine* Liquors, Cigars and WQEK ERAL FA3II LV :•, s upv lies. PKICKS REASOSiBLK. HLe vublle i.«troni.«e «ollcited-Btorc OaliilouU I Avenue Stuuilto. .; A. I-AWIIENCE. I OYSTER ■GROT TO! H&gt;ysters Co okotl in I Every Style. Private Orders Filled. HBUnR Genersl Rcataurant business Conducted. ||^ ml^iflcleiit water view. m^ater St. •' ~ "''"s " mBE W NICHOLAS, mop. _KKEPB k FinST.CLASBHloon and Recreation -BEST OF"Winos, mr— and Cigars, ! iff IPool Table j CARD ROOMS j I and' other; attractions. Corner Ci-aadonia Avenue anU j , "Water Av»nue,
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
BUS &amp; SUVA, i .. -l.xns 1N.... Groceries Clothing, Wines, | T.IQUORS, aishd CIGABS.' We can compete with city ■ •.. firms in prices and quality of goods. I.IAS&amp;SII.VA, Caledonia Avenue. BAUSALITO, - -_ Cal. SATJSALITO LIVELY WflßhYil Turnouts, Saddle Horses, etc., FURNISHED AT REASONabIe KATES. Express rim to all points in Sausalito. , « ....ALSO.... DEALER IX WOOD COAL. WATER St., ~ BAUSALITO. GEO. W. SMITH, Proprietor. LISBON HOTEL! 'TfßrTfp*SAUSALITO, MARIN CO., Cat. OI'POBITR I.AII.ROAD SI-POT. " — Meals at all Hours. BOARD AND LODGINGS/ BEST WINES AND LIQUORS.. M. SANTAS &amp; J.S. DEAVEL t PROPRIETORS. NICHOLAS SEASE, ....PI.OP.UF.TOn ... jgg| SALOON ..AND.. WAITING ROOMS; ..OPPOSITE.. • FERRY ■ W H A R F, SAUSALITO, - - Cal. I keep on hand a well selected stock of liquors, native and imported vines,'" L cigars, etc. Give me a call. NICHOLAS SEASE. . . ..- j\ THOMAS, ■ --:.- - .KOI' IETOtt pi on :j;: R BAR BE R SHOP. OPPOSITK. | Rail ad Whar . S...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
?____l__r J It *_3^-___!_* ' POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder novel-varies. A marvel of purity, rtrength and wliolosomcneai. M .-o economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in coin-I-etition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate |»wd«.«r_i. Soi.doni.tis tans. KoTAt, Bakimo Powdeii Co.', ItKI Wall-st, n. y. ----- y-xfy.-Invalids sSur^cal Institute BUFFALO, -ST. _". Organized wilt, a fall Stair or eighteen | Experienced and Skillful ri_.. ni.-i.iii-. and Burgeons for Ihe-treatment of all Cbrouie DUcusea. OUR FIELD OF SUCCESS. Chronic Nasal Catarrh. Throat anil I.iiiik Diseases, l.iii'i- and Kidney Diseases, madder Diseases, Dlsonaes or Women, lllood Diseases and _Very« out Al(eetlon_, cured bore or i&lt;t home, with without seeing tho patient, Diseases \\ om.'ii, lllnoil MMHM ami Ncr*- •• Affections, cured hire ur si inline, Uor without m-Aiig the patient. (Ximoand sue UB, or scud ten cents in stamp* for our .'lnvalids* Guide _*uol-;:'...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
Wrc have always been averse to the aysteni in vogue in OUT public schools of cramming children with studies which were not calculated to be of any use to them in their after life, when instead, the time thus wasted could be profitably employed with some more practical und useful subjects or in technological training. There are studies taitght iti oilr schools which to 90 tier cent, of the pupils acquiring them can be of no real value, being at best but an accomplishment, For many of the wealthier classes tHtti no esthetics appreciation but requiring accomplishments as essentials of style.it is perhaps well that they can make the poor people pay for them, whose children cannot afford to waste time in their acquisition. It is time that some method should be introduced in our school system which will result in doing the most good for the greatest number. We should look further than the school room and children as being only such. We should plan the hop9B and success of our succeeding g...
At tlio Exposition; [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
At tlio Exposition; [Ni"&gt;- Orleans Cor. Inter Ocean.] In tho woman 1 department* wo found much to admirj, and our disposition to criticise disappeared before Its general success and excellence. It is plain that tiia woaun all over dtlr country arj rapidly learning not only their rights, but their ability to excel men in tbe creation of the beautiful, and to equal them in useful inventions, and tho successful conduct of tho ordinary business of life. Wo found fcuthern women who managed factories, store.*, an I plantation-, and took good care of inefficient husbands, dependent brothers, and helpless children. What struck us particularly was the exhibit by the colored women. We thought it superior indeed to that of certain of our northern states to which white women have contributed to much labor, genius mil money. It will hardly do, we thought, ti doubt longer the capacity for improvement of tho colored people of the south. We saw a steam engine mode wholly an.l entirely by...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. John Broderick, ....DEALER 1N.... General Merchandise. ....COMPLETE LINE 0F.... Family Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigars always on hand. Families iZuviTAiin witbPvbe Milk. .- . ■ John Bhoderick, Caledonia and Turney Sts., jSauhalito - . - Gal. BELLRUDFS StablE! STYLISH TURNOUTS ! OF EVERY DESCBIPTI O IST FURNISHED AT HE A SOX ABLE 12A TEB. Hacks connect with local trains, and can be obtained by the day or hour. - • . ; All possible pains taken to accommodate customers. J. S. BELLKUDE, J'rop. , 6AUSALITO, - -■, Cal. : SCHNELL'S SALOON! ■ (^^s THE BEST OF (s^^j| Wines, Liquors, .AND Cigars. private Waiting Room ATTACHED. WAT E R STItE E T, Sausalito, Cal. JACOB SCIINELL, . Prop.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
EL MONTE. Hotel "El Monte!" SAUSALITO, - Cal. .... THIS.... IF 1 IRST-OLASS HOTEL! .... ovnciM EYEKY .... Attraction to Visitors. WELL FURNISHED • • • •AND■« • • Spacious Rooms. Table the very Best —EXTENSIVE IMJ'IIOVED— GROUND S. Ii Jm Ij T El} 1} 18, COURTS, Croquet Yards ....AND.... other Outsides Games 1 ——♦ ♦ ♦ —-— BILLIARD ROOMS * .... AND BAB .... Separate Buildings. .... THE FINEST.... Land and Water VIEW IX THE ATE. . TERMS MODERATE. J. E Slinkey, proprietor.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. A.R.SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. A. &amp; W Meals at all Hours. Bah SrMM.iKD with Burn of KvebyTIIINOi &lt;)]&gt;)&gt; olit c Kail read Wharf. BAUSALITO, - - Cnl. A. R. SILYA, Prop. W. A, ,WILLIAMS; - PKOi'imrroit - Yacht House RESTAURANT and ■ EOARDING HOUSE. SEBVEB KvKliV Sunday Till-; Best Clam Cnow"i)i-;u in Jin-; State. Give me (i call. W. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. OLD BAUSALITO. WILD WOOD GLEN ! pFEIi JIIJD PKSI6 aROXJNjDS! This Picturesque spot has been put in thorough repair by the Proprietor. The Hotel has been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Ground?, Stocked with best wines and liquors. There is no more clianulnK reaort witliin fifty miles or Son Frmiciaco. EDWARD STAHL, Prop, BAUSALITO, - - Cal. TAMALPAIS HOTEL ! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - Cal. BOARD and LODGING ..BY the.. DAY, WEEK, OR MONTH, At Reasonable Hates. The Bar is Supplied with Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Thomas &amp; Marsha...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. F. Fiedler; -^pKALEIi IN , GENERAL MERCHANDISE! Groceries, Crockery, Dry Goods Hardware TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES, BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOBAC co am. CIGARS. Jj^T"(roo|is DkUVKHKJ) TO AM PARTS OK S.uxauto KBKIC OF Ciiauoi:. I have a new, enrefully selected nnd complete line ox general merchandise and soiling a city rates. ..... The public patronage li rrrpeetftilly licit, d, Stand, Water St., Sai'sai.ito. F. FIEDLER, lW PIONEER BOAT HOUSE! SAUSALITO, ." ;,- Cat.. . .A LAItOK YAHIKTY OF SPLENDID. . Whitehall; FlMiixa and Hunting Boat*. The largo ami comfortable Plunger, MERMAID With mi rxpprlnncßil FlKlirrinan la rlnrgp, r«n lie engaged to take parties to the Fihliint: around*. RportMiien anil Plra«ure B»i'licr« will iiml tliisllin lnimt complete llootlug and Fißliing Eiitabliblumill iv tbo vicinity &lt;&gt;( SaD i'rniuiiico, A large Assortment**; of Fishing Poles, lushing Tackle, Hooks, Sinkers, Bait, Etc., Etc., Constantly on Hand. TKK 11 8 JIODKK ATK.' A ...
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. . ■ - . -rW ■ From San Francisco (Or Sausalito &amp; San Rafael mm WEEK DAW. BBKDAYH. E|%..'&gt;&lt;&gt; a m 3 'i» P m K.nt) » •" a.1.1 1' m »W»m *.."'&lt;&gt; pin 10.1111 m 4.4tfpm 11 Oil a 111 CO ij m 11.10 n m 6,18 1&gt; m 1. ill i&lt; 111 ExlVii trip on Saturday at 1.80 p.m. From San Rafael for Samalito &amp; San Francisco Mm WEEKDAY*. BU.VIAYS.. « 1.-. am *i 1 »i » m *HiDi! » m '--" p1" •T -*.. .1 m *.1.25 p m *io.in a m I M pm •I.''l «i" *4.Sopui •H.Ofl I" 'li.'M pill I *1 :£&gt; p m aifExtrn trip mi Ruliirila.vs nt 1.25 p.m. Strains morknd thus (*) start from San Qnentln From SaUialito for San rancisco. ffl| WEEKDAYS. 11. SUNDAYS. |Hi 4' a M I 12"5 P 111 I' «.1O m 4 (10 pin BKl.^ h m 4.00 pm !! In. hi *ni 5.81) pin 10 mi ii in 8.30 ii in I 12.35 pin 7.15 pin •2.15 pm BE\tra trips on Saturdays at 2.(10 and 7.00 r.«i
THROUGH TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
THROUGH TRAINS. ijMg" ' Sum and 3.21 iini dully, SumliyK WOeptal. HThrouijli rnloifrom Han Balinl for Duncan Mill' miii wiiv utattons. Tliruuiih Tnlo* from Pmicall ■ Mills nirivi'H in ISa/i BlfMl at 11.42 :uu »ml 5.0" pin. pTAdii comcOTion. &lt;»»:■&lt;■■&gt; Iciiv.i lnuii-nii Mill" every inciriiliiß ox.rep iMnmlny for Stewart'* Point. OuHI-iln. Point Anna OIIJT^V Cove. Navurro. Mi !1 lv, lilo City, l.ud all |poi«U on tilt* North Const. I^^^ SATITRDAX TO MONDAY aXCOItHIOKfi Eii'iirt-lnii tickets hoM on Satnriliiys, Rood to ref turn following Mouilny—Camp Taylor $I.'.\ Point lOT^ fi.OO, Tnmiili'K $.1.0(1, Duncan Mills fi. I . , ]f, SU.NIi.VT EXCUH»IO!«B. "* R. 50 mi, Sunilnvs only, Kxrnreiun Trnln from San Bafwlfor Duncan MilU ami way statiotm: returnlnxurtlTM in San llnfm-l it fi.4H pin. Furt-B for rmmil trip—Camp Taylor $1..H Point Keyis 51.73, Tuui»l. » W.s'l, Duncan Mills M. - j. IK. rot M.I .V, F. n. r.A TUA il, f/.^ tiru'l Sllp"l. Gf u'l T"kt Agt
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. laJ*! DAII.Y EXOKPT SUNDAYS. |B*» I.T', ». K. US am Train I.vb H. I!. 0.30 «in §M*i " " si.in « in " " " HjiOiim ■ft h •■ l-j.nn in " " " lo.aomn mm , » " a.an p m " " " i.anpm JF •• ?••' •■ ■ n.iio )i in •• " " :).i())im R*S " " tf.lupm " •'. " 1.05 ii m i"-^ " Bt!XIJAYS ONLY. final Ivb S '■'. S.IK) a m'Traln lv« S. 11. R.JOnm fc-,"' 1 ,• •• " '.1.-I" »iv " " " 11.411 II 111 I.. 1?". A " " n I*l « ill " " " 12.1S pin Bw"B " " i.mipm " " " »:io ii in ■j^W " " ».0op&gt;»: " " " BOOpin __ We are having delightful weather this month and many visitors are coming to Sausalito. __ A picnic of Chosen Friends was held last Sunday at Wild Wood Glen. Music by the 2nd Regiment Band. Col. J. E. Slinkey proprietor of the "El Monte" will give a Social Hop to the guests of the Hotel on Saturday, June 6th. _ Last Sunday Joseph Jewett, the 12 year old son of Mr. Jewett, sprained his wrist while getting down from G. W. Prescott's carriage...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 28 May 1885
YACHTING. The White Wing and the Fleur-de-Lis were beached last Monday for scraping and repainting. A run will be made to Mare Island on June 6th by the Pacific Yacht Club and a spirited race down is expected. The Halcyon, Nellie, Lurline, and Fleur-de-Lis which have been expected to engage in a race for money will probably decide to run for a cup or other trophy, a money race being objected to by the owners of the yachts. The Aggie is up at Benicia and will probably be ready to enter in the June race. The San Francisco Club yachts will leave here for Martinez, at 5.45 o'clock to-morrow, and on Saturday they will practice squadron evolutions in San Pablo bay after which they will anchor off Mare Island and face down on Sunday. The first attempt of yachts sailing away with their moorings was demonstrated as a failure by the Frolic last week. The White Wing tried to get off with both moorings but also made a failure of it. The Nellie which has been at Turner's yard for two weeks havin...