Observatory Accommodation, Cape Town #st #johns #hospice

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Observatory Accommodation, Cape Town

Bed Breakfast / Self Catering

24 London Road, Observatory, Southern Suburbs, Cape Town, Western Cape

Koornhoop Manor House is an owner-run guest house in the suburb of Observatory, Cape Town, just below Devil�s Peak as it runs down to the Liesbeek River. Koornhoop Manor House offers Bed Breakfast accommodation and self. read more

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27 Station Road, Observatory, 7925, Southern Suburbs, Cape Town, Western Cape

Located in Cape Town, African Heart Backpackers is a small lodge offering a high quality standard of backpackers accommodation and facilities. We also offer free WiFi access. We offer superior guest service from our reception. read more

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5 Anson Road, Observatory, Southern Suburbs, Cape Town, 7925

Riverview Lodge is a large Victorian guest lodge in trendy, historical Observatory. It provides affordable accommodation in a charmingly decorated, spacious old Victorian building and has a cozy home from home atmosphere. It is. read more

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3* Dingle Town Centre Hotel – Complimentary Parking #heart #to #heart #hospice

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A history of hospitality ..

As Dingle s oldest hotel Dingle Benners has a heritage dating back over 350 years. The hotel has been home to many of Dingle s legendary visitors and we continue to offer a warm welcome, exemplary customer service and a true Dingle experience.

Once you have found you way to Dingle Benners, you have found your way on the Dingle Peninsula. We are always happy to help with planning your stay, our team have excellent local knowledge and we will ensure that you make the very most of your time on the Wild Atlantic Way.

Guests staying at the hotel find a peaceful haven hidden at the heart of the town.

While staying at the hotel you will also enjoy;

Delicious breakfast each morning
Breakfast at Benners is a lavish affair, a stunning buffet breakfast with fresh fruits, Irish cheeses, home baked and hand carved ham and a range of hot choices cooked to your liking
Complimentary Car Parking Wi-Fi

Leisure Facilities
Our guests enjoy complimentary access to the swimming pool and leisure facilities at our sister hotel, the Dingle Skellig Hotel.





Kos Hotels Gaia: Gaia Garden Hotel Lambi Kos Town, Gaia Village Kos

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Suddenly a new era begins. The Gaia Hotels!

KOS ISLAND

Welcome to Kos island, the best kept secret in the Aegean sea.

A place where antiquity and modern civilization find themselves in unison. Monuments of the past await your discovery and admiration. Kos of the present awaits to live with you the carefree life of summer in Greece, to enjoy with you the sun, the sea, the mood. The town of Kos was founded in 366 BC, in the same area where modern Kos nowadays is to be found.

It climaxed during the Hellenistic and Roman periods, being a crossroad between civilizations, between East and West, the meeting point for both culture and trade. Its public market was of great fame during the antiquity and still is thriving in our days.

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Holbrook Town Centre Motor Inn #extended #stay #motels

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Conveniently located approx halfway between Melbourne Sydney the Golden Chain Holbrook Town Centre Motor Inn offers quiet comfortable accommodation for the weary traveler. Ideally situated in the centre of town the 20 unit (15 groundfloor) motel is just a short walk to all restaurants, shops, swimming pool and R.S.L Club.

When next in Holbrook, be sure to experience our Golden Chain 3 1/2 star comfort hospitality.

Large spacious rooms contain kitchenette, tea coffee facilities, table and chairs, reverse cycle air-conditioning, Choose from Deluxe Spa Standard. Cooked breakfast supplied to rooms.

Attractions

Holbrook has many attractions worth a visit from the National Museum of Australian Pottery, the Submarine Museum. Miniature Train Rides and much much more.





Best Restaurant in Town – Review of Clare Valley Motel, Clare #what

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Best Restaurant in Town – Review of Clare Valley Motel

Best Restaurant in Town

Reviewed 3 February 2012

Being a local, we eat here 5 or 6 times a year. The new owners Lee and Jan have done a fantastic job in breathing life back into this establishment. Four of us ate there this evening, trying out the new menu. Definitely the best place to eat in Clare. Choices great, service great and brilliant chef. More locals and visitors should eat at this restaurant (Top of the Hill)

Room Tip: Just ask the helpful staff/owner

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  • Stayed February 2012, travelled with friends

    Ask Raymond W about Clare Valley Motel

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC

    Reviewed 10 January 2012

    We stayed here for two nights as part of a longer trip. I wanted to visit some Clare Valley wineries and this motel is in a very handy position just south of the town. We booked a Valley View King Spa room which was spacious, comfortable and clean.

    The motel is located well back from the road on a huge area of land and is well away from the traffic and quiet. There is a pool and BBQ area in front of the motel and guests were enjoying a meal or a swim there when we arrived. This gave the motel a good friendly atmosphere even before we checked in.

    We ate both breakfast and dinner at the restaurant and would recommend the food, service and selection of local wines.

    The owners are extremely friendly and helpful. We received a friendly welcome at checkin, and good travel advice when we departed.

    The only negative points were plumbing issues – we had a bit of trouble operating the spa. Also the bathroom water temperature seemed to vary a lot if other rooms were using hot water, making my morning shower a bit less than ideal. But these are very small issues as part of an overwhelmingly positive experience. I would certainly stay here again next time I visit the area.

    Room Tip: The Valley View King Spa rooms are great if you are prepared to pay a bit extra.

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    • Stayed January 2012, travelled as a couple

      Ask MarkB404 about Clare Valley Motel

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC

      Price range (per night): $112 – $141

      Hotel Class: 3.5 star Clare Valley Motel 3.5*

      Number of rooms: 33

      Official Description (provided by the hotel): So much more than just a motel. King rooms with full size 2 person spa, Queen, Twin & Family rooms. Cosy restaurant with open log fire during winter. Breezes Poolside dining for those balmy summer evenings. Sparkling Saltwater Pool and Guest Barbecue. Private scenic walking trail, set on 27 peaceful acres. Guest Lounge and Guest Computer. Close to the Riesling Trail, 15 minutes from historic Mintaro & the fascinating Martindale Hall. Just a 1 ½ hour drive to Adelaide or the Flinders Ranges. more less Also Known As: Clare Valley Hotel Clare Clare Valley Motel South Australia

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Professional Real Estate Inspection services include New Home Inspection, Resale Home Inspection, Room Addition/Remodel Home Inspection, Condominium Inspection, Town Home Inspection, Vacation Home Inspection, Apartment Building Inspection, Multi-Family Building Inspection, Commercial Building Inspection, Home Maintenance Inspection, 1 Year Home Warranty Inspection, Home Construction Phase Inspection and Construction Draw Certification Inspection.

All Professional Inspections thoroughly performed by Greg Genser . with Experience Professionalism you can depend on since 1991.

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Thank you for considering Cypress Inspections for your professional real estate inspection needs, as it would be my honor and privilege to work for you. My commitment to you is to perform the most detailed and thorough inspection and written report that I can provide, and deliver that information to you in a clear manner so you can make an educated and informed decision. If you do not hire Cypress Inspections. please do your due diligence and hire the most experienced, knowledgable professional inspector you interview that meets your specific inspection needs. All Texas licensed home inspectors are required to perform a minimum level of service as stated in the Standards of Practice 535.227-535.233 by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC), which I exceed. However, all inspectors and inspection companies may not provide you with this minimum level of service required by law. Please perform a thorough interview of each company you are considering. For reviews-testimonials from actual customers, please click the Angie’s List icon below.

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25 Free Low Cost Advertising Tips by Small Business Expert Tom Egelhoff


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25 Free Low Cost Advertising Tips

by Tom Egelhoff

(Tom’s FREE Podcast for this topic is available. – For More Info Click Here)

If there is one mistake small town businesses make more often than any other it’s, What ever is left over, we’ll use for advertising.

Marketing and advertising is an investment, not an expense.

I know it sure seems like an expense to me when I’m writing the check, but trust me it’s not.

Without enough money put aside for advertising your sales can go down and you suddenly have less and less for promotion.

When do you advertise the most? For most businesses it’s the first day of business.

Don’t you have a Grand Opening, balloons, flyers, ads, on-site radio stations, contests, and prizes?

Did the income from sales pay for that? No, it didn’t. You advertise most when you need business. You advertise more when you don’t.

An average cost of advertising is usually 1 to 5% of gross sales, which can vary according to location, local advertising rates, and industry. Car dealers need more advertising than funeral homes.

Before we get to the 25 tips let’s look at the basic strategies of successful advertising.

* In order to be successful, your advertising must provide a consumer benefit or solve a problem.
* That benefit or solution must be wanted by the consumer.
* The product or service you are offering must be tied directly to that benefit or solution.
* The benefit or solution must be distinctly communicated through medial advertising. In other words, be clear, forget the advertising glitz and make sure the message isn’t lost in the ad.

A small-budget advertiser doesn’t have the ”deep pockets to develop big advertising campaigns. Some time you need to break the rules to be noticed.

Avis did it by admitting they were Number 2 in the car rental business and that campaign took them from 6th place to second place.

When they stopped that campaign they dropped back to 6th again. In the past year they have gone back to it.

Budget conscious advertisers must achieve top results for their advertising dollar. Expand your dollars by adopting some creative techniques.

Here’s 25 tips I hope will help you.

  1. Radio, newspapers and magazine specialists will frequently give free help in developing an advertising strategy. Things like demographic information, money-saving ways to produce your ads etc.
  • Place your ads in off hours or in unusual locations for less. Many times you can still reach your target market with these spots.
  • Instead of a one-time big splash ad, be consistent with frequent small ads that work.
  • Monthly magazines sometimes have unsold ad space at the end of the month they will sell at a discount.
  • If you have an 800 number, put it in every ad for immediate response and feedback.
  • Try advertising consistently in the classifieds. These ads may draw more customers than more expensive display ads.
  • Can you barter for the cost of ad production? Maybe the newspaper needs painting in exchange for an ad about your paint store.
  • Piggyback advertising are the ads you receive with your Mastercard bill. Is there someone in your town that sends out a lot of bills? Can you put a small flyer in with their bills and split the postage? Or pay a small fee?
  • Split advertising costs with the people who sell to you. Vendors and manufactures are always looking for exposure. Let people know you carry their products and have the vendor pick up part of the ad cost.
  • Are there up front advertising discounts for cash?
  • Consider advertising in regional issues of national magazines. The costs are lower and you can still reach your target market. TV Guide is a good choice. It stays around for at least a week. Time, Newsweek, and US News and World Report may stay in local doctors offices for years.
  • Share ad costs with neighbor business. Video stores and Pizza parlors are natural partners. Have coupons to each others stores or share the cost of flyers.
  • Try reducing the size of your ad (not in the Yellow Pages) or length of your radio spots. A 60 second spot is not twice as much as a 30 second spot but you won’t get twice as many customers for a 60 over a 30. Going with small ads or shorter spots will allow you to do more ads which normally pulls more customers. It’s better to be there every day with small ads than every month with one big one.
  • Develop tight production controls to minimize the need to reject finished ads. The message is more important than the messenger. Don’t try to produce ads that win awards, produce ads that sell.
  • Who are your very best customers? Aim your ads to talk directly to people like them.
  • What will suppliers give you in the way of point-of-purchase materials. Posters, stand ups, handouts, etc. Some have excellent display racks you can use.
  • Some national chains like Coke and Pepsi provide outdoor signs for businesses. There are also indoor lighted signs you write on with special markers to advertise your special offers.
  • Can you sponsor a community event? A fun-run, golf tournament, or other event that will be well publicized in the community. Your name may not be prominently displayed but sometimes the positive exposure in the community will bring in new customers.
  • Small businesses can seldom afford saturation advertising. You must be selective in the media that reaches your customers. Pin your ad reps down and make them show you exactly how their media reaches your target audience.
  • Exploit the media you choose to the fullest. If your message is verbal, you don’t need TV. Use radio, billboards and newspapers to the fullest.
  • Consider direct mail. A letter and brochure before customer contact can increase business. An IBM study concluded that selling time can be reduced from 9.3 to 1.3 total hours with direct mail advertising. A Sales and Marketing Executives International Study showed salespeople went from eight orders per 100 cold calls to 38 orders per 100 when direct mail was used.
  • Try an editorial style ad. These are ads that look like actual stories in the newspaper. They will have advertisement at the top of the article. Develop a good headline, and 50% more people will read the article than would read an ad of the same size.
  • You can’t match larger competitors dollar-for-dollar but, you can use unusual approaches (like the Avis idea above), color, music, slogans, humor (be careful here), or media selection to win your market away from the big guys.
  • Due to the high costs of conventional advertising on, radio, TV, newspapers, many cost conscious business have been forced to look for lower cost methods. Can you advertise on parking meters, taxi boards, balloons, blimps, and grocery shopping carts. Community bulletin boards, movie ads, and weekly newspaper shoppers.
  • Key your ads. Put something in the ad that will let you know which media it came from. On coupons, put a code that will record the paper and date of the ad. In radio or TV, have them mention the ad to get the discount. Ask every customer how they found you.
  • Plan for a rainy day. During the year put a small amount aside each month for emergencies. You never know when you’ll need to react quickly to whatever the competition is doing. You must be able to capitalize on breaking national events or news regarding your industry. If negative things happen in your industry you may need to respond quickly to make sure the right message is presented.
  • Always give the customer more than you promised and more than they expected. This is tip number 27 of the 25 we advertised. Maybe this last one is the one you needed.
  • I hope these tips will help your business grow. Not all may be relevant to your particular situation. Hopefully, they will illustrate the importance to plan and control your advertising budget.

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    Taj – Cape Town #motel #8 #locations

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    Relax and Enjoy the Jiva Spring Spa Special

    The Taj Cape Town is renowned for its luxurious Jiva Spa. This unique facility incorporates principles which have been practised for up to 6000 years, across several continents, with the aim of bringing the body into a perfect state of balance. Using pure herbs; Indian aromatherapy oils and natural creams, the Jiva Spa offers methods which are deeply rooted in ancient teachings in order to provide a superior spa experience .

    The Rejuvenating Jiva Signature Facial

    Over the month of September, the Jiva Spa will be running a special on the rejuvenating Jiva Signature Facial. For only R1 050 per person. you get a 2½ hour facial with either a manicure or a pedicure. The experience begins with a soothing back neck and shoulder massage, followed by the Jiva Signature Facial. Your facial will be tailored to suit your skin type using 100% natural products your face will be gently cleansed; exfoliated, massaged and moisturised. The facial will be concluded with a mask. Next, your hands or feet will be massaged in preparation for your manicure or pedicure. In addition to all of this, you will be granted complimentary access to the leisure and wellness facilities which include an indoor heated swimming pool, fully equipped Technogym, sauna, steam room and vitality pool, as part of the package.

    Jiva Signature Experiences and Therapies

    During your stay at the Taj Cape Town. you will be pressed to find a Jiva Signature Experience or therapy which isn’t utterly heavenly. Choose from any of the following to find out for yourself or view our Jiva Spa Brochure .

    Jiva Spa Two-Hour Signature Experiences

    Cape Fynbos – a local treatment which uplifts, exfoliates tones and enriches your skin

    Vishuddi a detoxification treatment

    Vishrama a deep muscle massage

    Sushupti a soothing relaxation treatment

    Jiva Indian Therapies

    Pehlwan Māalish a powerful Indian oil massage;

    Champi an authentic Indian head massage;

    Ventoz an Indian cupping therapy and

    Pada Mardana an Indian foot massage.

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    Walking Tours – the Best Things to do In Cape Town

    Nestled in the heart of the city, the Taj Cape Town is not only the perfect place to rest and recharge after a long day of sightseeing, it is also the point of departure for the City Walk daily walking tours. Led by Taj Cape Town’s specialist tour guide Charne Davids, the City Walk tour plays to the unique spirit and quirky nature of Cape Town, showcasing all manner of urban gems. When you are looking for things to do in Cape Town, walking tours are amongst the most fun and affordable tours. Enjoying the sights of Cape Town on foot allows for an added level of interaction and appreciation of the magnificent Mother City.

    What You’ll See on a Cape Town Walking Tour

    Designed to educated and entertain the Taj Cape Town guests, the City Walk tours can also be tailored to their interests. Guests can choose a tour from a range of different themes such as art, places of interest, foodie hotspots, history, politics or people and culture.

    The City Walk Details

    City Walk tours are complimentary to in-house Taj Cape Town guests. Operating from Tuesday to Saturdays, between 10:30am and 3:30pm, guests are advised to arrive 10 minutes before departure.

    The City Walk Tour Route

    The City Walk tours departs from the hotel lobby. leading into the Company’s Gardens, with the route proceeding past the hotel, down St Georges Mall walkway, to Waterkant Street, ending in St Andrews Square.

    City Walk Saturdays

    Over and above the daily tours led by the Taj Cape Town tour guide, monthly City Walk Saturdays are held as flagship events run by the Cape Town Partnership. They are an organisation that brings people together around common goals for Cape Town’s transformation in the interest of developing the city. During these walking tours you can also expect to enjoy live entertainment, chalk painting, soccer matches, giant chess games, street dancing, jumping castles, food stalls, yoga and even poetry performances.

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    Invoice Factoring

    Its what your looking for

    What is factoring:

    Invoice factoring is essentially an advance on money / cash due to a business, by means of the sale of the invoices to a bridging company. This is not a loan against invoices but an outright sale of selected invoices ( one or many ) or the full debtors book, to a bridging finance company, but with recourse to the seller of the full invoice value.

    Why use single invoice factoring or selective invoice discounting

    This is a very simple and reasonably quick method (within 2 weeks of receipt of all documents) used by businesses to improve cash flow or working capital as and when needed. There is no lock in period and no penalty for early settlement. You elect to bridge one or a few invoices not the entire debtors book.


    Costs Once

    Once off set up fee of approx 3 % to 5 % depending on the size of the invoice bridging required. Monthly cost of between 4,5 % and 6 %

    Pre-Conditions to Discount Invoices:
    The goods /services must have been delivered / rendered and the customer must have accepted the goods / services with no pending disputes. The company requesting the bridging should be profitable and have a clean credit record.

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    Holbrook Town Centre Motor Inn #absolute #hotel #limerick

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    Conveniently located approx halfway between Melbourne Sydney the Golden Chain Holbrook Town Centre Motor Inn offers quiet comfortable accommodation for the weary traveler. Ideally situated in the centre of town the 20 unit (15 groundfloor) motel is just a short walk to all restaurants, shops, swimming pool and R.S.L Club.

    When next in Holbrook, be sure to experience our Golden Chain 3 1/2 star comfort hospitality.

    Large spacious rooms contain kitchenette, tea coffee facilities, table and chairs, reverse cycle air-conditioning, Choose from Deluxe Spa Standard. Cooked breakfast supplied to rooms.

    Attractions

    Holbrook has many attractions worth a visit from the National Museum of Australian Pottery, the Submarine Museum. Miniature Train Rides and much much more.





    Taj Hotel Cape Town #best #hotel #deals

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    Taj Cape Town – heritage and luxury in the heart of Cape Town

    Taj Cape Town is a luxury hotel set in the vibrant heart of Cape Town, offering guests a combination of refined Indian hospitality and an authentic Cape Town experience.

    Occupying two historic buildings, it retains the architecture and many meticulously restored interior features of the original South African Reserve Bank and the old BoE building formerly the Temple Chambers, built in 1890. Seventeen new storeys house suites, guestrooms and residences with magnificent views of the Mother City and the iconic Table Mountain.

    Taj’s doors open to a precinct that includes the national and provincial parliaments, Government Avenue leading through the 350-year-old Company Gardens from St George s Cathedral, the cosmopolitan crafts of St George’s Mall and Greenmarket Square and a diversity of culture, art, entertainment and cuisine. See our Insiders Guide to the Heart of Cape Town .

    The development is a 50/50 joint venture between city centre property investor Eurocape, and Tata’s Indian Hotels company, which owns Taj Hotels, Resorts and Palaces. Taj is one of Asia’s largest hotel companies and for over 100 years it has been creating, enhancing and caring for landmark properties around the world. Its portfolio currently comprises some 80 hotels including 15 international hotels in the Maldives, Malaysia, the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, the Middle East, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and now South Africa.

    Out of the 176-rooms Taj Cape Town offers a selection of 11 room types. These include a two-bedroom, split-level Presidential Suite (TATA Suite) and 10 Heritage Suites. The Taj Club floor with its private lounge is served by a dedicated butler team, providing breakfast and evening canapés and cocktails. Within the restored historic buildings there are 20 Heritage Luxury rooms, with mountain views and a further 10 overlooking the city. The 17 new floors accommodate rooms with panoramic views of Table Mountain or the City. All the Tower rooms have a walk-out balcony.

    The rooms combine old-world quality and modern amenities. As well as the gamut of facilities that guests would expect in a luxury hotel room such as a mini-bar, safe, voicemail and international plug sockets, standard features include high-speed wireless internet, an iPod docking station and charger, an internet-enabled television and a work station with a multi-media hub so laptops can be interfaced with the television.

    The first floor of the BoE building, with its large sash windows looking out on St George’s Cathedral, the Company Gardens and the Provincial Legislature, houses the banqueting and meeting rooms. Here the magnificent interiors have been restored to their original opulence, which is now complemented by state-of-the-art technology. There are eight meeting rooms, the largest of which is able to comfortably host a banquet for 80 guests. Two others can accommodate up to sixty delegates each. Two smaller rooms can seat 30 or 50 people respectively. In addition there are two boardrooms and a business centre.

    GPS Coordinates: 33 degrees 55 min 23.7 secs South / 18 degrees 25 min 3.04 secs East

    For more information in the language of your choice choose from one of our fact sheets below.

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    Tombstone – Arizona Ghost Town #what #is #a #hospice #nurse

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    COMMENTS: Many ghost towns in the area that are worth seeing. Video available, see below.
    REMAINS: Many original buildings and cemetery.

    Tombstone’s post office was established December 2, 1878 and has yet to be discontinued. Tombstone is the most famous of Arizona mining camps with its colorful history. Discovered by Ed Schieffelin in 1878, the mine went on to produce millions. Tombstone had over 15,000 residents at one time. Fires nearly caused the death of Tombstone twice but the town was resilient. Famous for the O.K. Corral shootout with the Earps and Boot Hill cemetery, Tombstone is well worth the visit! – GT

    Tombstone – “the Town Too Tough to Die”. One day in 1877 the prospector Ed Schieffelin stand in Camp Huachuca and he looked on the mountains in the northeast. The rich colors of the mountains looked to him very promised and he decided to go there and dig a little. He toll that to the soldier who stand beside him and the soldier warned him about Apaches who controlled the area, and he say to him “All you’ll find in those hills is your tomb-stone”. In February 1878 decided Schieffelin at go alone on the search after his fortune. He found a rich silver ore (on the place were he was hiding in two nights for Apache Indians and in the memory what the solders tell him, he registered the two lots: “the Tombstone” and “the Graveyard”. He decided that his brother Al shall see the ore and check the ore value, so he traveled all the way to Signal (now ghost town about 170 mile in airline from Tombstone). Brothers returned together with Signal assay Richard K.Gird, who saw the ore value, and he over talked the brothers to bee theirs partner. On the way back Ed found two places more with silver ore and registered the lots as “Lucky Cuss” (he called him self that) and “the Toughnut” (he counted that will be “a tough nut to crack”). 40 million dollars in silver (value of 1.7 billion dollars today) was the result from those and others mines in the area between 1880-1886. Tombstone who flourished under the hunt of silver in the beginning of 1880 was known as one of the most notorious and violence towns, – here was silver the king, – but anyway so was a Tombstone the most nice and cultural town in the West. The city had 4 church, school, two banks, newspaper (“The Epitaph”), one opera and about 15000 citizens. One big fire destroyed the Main Street in 1881 and in 1882, and every time was built up again. Ed Schieffelin left Tomb-stone and he traveled after a new adventure to Yukon. Even that story is told by Hollywood and by many historians, Tombstone was the place were man lived fast and died quickly. (Actually that were more dangerous to live in Charleston and Millville who were more violent that Tombstone). Post office opened on December 2, 1878 and is still not closed. The fight by OK Corral in 1881 is remembered as the mostly notorious fight in the history of the town. The mostly reason for the shooting were the fight for the political power in the new grounded Cochise County. On the one side was Sheriff Johny Behan and Clan-ton clan who run “moonshine ranch” with stolen cattle and Stage robberies. The (relative) good men were US Mars-hall Wyatt Earp, his brothers Virgil and Morgan, and the known alcoholic gunman “Doc” Holliday. In the afternoon on October 26 came Earp brothers and Holliday to corner of Fremont and 3th Street where five young members of Clanton gang were looking for possibility of fight. According the late explanation of Ikke Clanton, pushed Wyatt Earp his gun in Clantons baly (stomach) and yell “You son of a bitch, you can have a fight.” Clanton turned around and run away, guns and rifle send lead away, and in about 30 seconds (Wyatt Earp’s vitnes in the court) 3 of Clanton’s men were dead and Virgil and Morgan were serious wounded. The story ended not here and people talked much about live and law in the borderland and in Tombstone. Earp brothers and Holliday were questened in the court and found not guilty. Two months later around midnight tried masked man to kill Virgil Earp, but they only invalided his arm for the rest of his live. Three months after that, one asian killed Morgan Earp. Wyatt Earp who worked outside the law to find the killer, killed 3 men who were suspected for the murder of his brother, and leaved Cochise County for ever. Because of the many killings almost every day, President Chester Arthur was ready to send military into the town when the troubles topped in 1882. Once ad the time were given 110 permits for serving the alcohol. Even that silver give possibility so the town build a serious theater, the town were nit known for his cultural live, but for the flying lead. After one hard period of rein in 1886, water was flooding into the mines who collapsed and that was end of mining. Charleston and Millville died and Tombstone were serious “wounded”. The numbers of citizens dropped but the town survived. Mines started to open again in 1890 an those worked until after the change of the century, when a new flooding stopped the mining. When the town lost the title as County town to Bisbee, proclaimed the newspaper “Graham County Guardian”: “Tombstone got his dead stitch”. The pockets of silver in the mountains are changed to silver in the pockets by the tourists, and Tomb-stone is still in live and lives good as a tourist town by his history. Beside others, the restored Crystal Palace Saloon from 1879 were was the office of city Marshall Virgil Earp and Sheriff Johny Behan; and OK Coral witch became famous in one turbulence moment of shooting are open again. Allen Street (named after John Allen), once full with bars, casinos, bordells and Courthouse are restored. The original Cochise County Court-house build in 1882, including court hall and gallows are now “State Historic Park”. In the northwest corner of Tombstone is famous Boothill graveyard. West of the city, behind Tomb-stone graveyard is one pyramid looking stone monument who marked Ed Schieffelin grave place, who wished to be buried on the place were he hide in two nights for Apaches short before he found the big silver ore. Bobby Zlatevski


    Birdcage Theater – most famous Honky-Tonk in America between 1881 and 1889
    Courtesy Dolores Steele





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