City of Seattle Records

OverviewStatisticsSubjectsWorks List

Pages That Mention J D Lowman

990957

2
Indexed

2

Fischer & Macdonald, Importers and Wholesale Grocers

Seattle, Wash. Ter. Mar 1st 1889

Mr W. R. Forrest City Clerk

Dear Sir

The following is a correct list of the members of Hyack Hose Co. Jos Colliers Jr. Geo H Preston B. Pelly W. [T?] [Sharke?] W. A. Hasbruck J B Kerr W B Stewart [J?] A Bell [F?] Hosgood J C Grasse L H Brayles C P [Daw?] A [J?] [Bisker?] W [T? J?] Preston Jas H Lewis W A Peters S H McIntire E B Downing J A Hatfield David Kellogg J B Hogg Everett Smith J D Lowman W R [Thorwell?] L C Gilman [F?] Merriweather [F?] W Clayton J [T?] Reddish

A J [Gaskin?] Secy. Hyack Hose Co.

Last edit about 4 years ago by Seattle Municipal Archives

990585

SEACPM18820804

SEACPM18820804_Page_1
Indexed

SEACPM18820804_Page_1

104 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Aug 4/82 Be it remembered that on this the 4th day of August 1882, the Common Council of the City o fSeattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law Present, His Honor the Mayor, H G Struve and councilmen John Collins, Chas F Clancy, O F Cosper, Frank Gash, G L Manning Chas McDonald and U M Rasin Thereupon the following proceedings are had. The Mayor submits and reads a communication to the Council with recommendations for legislation for the ensuing year; ordered that said communication be published Ordered that 25 copies of the order of business and list of standing committees be published in card form for the use of the Council A petition is received from Harman & Thurlow praying for a lease of a portion of Seneca Street; said petition is referred to the Comittee on Streets and Street Improvements. A petition isreceived from E A Turner et al praying for the construction of a sidewalk on King Street from 7th to 10th Streets, referred to Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. Reports of the folowing Offices are received and referred to Committees; vizStreet Commissioner To Committees on Streets and Street Improvements Fire Warden To Fire Committee Harbor Master To Committee on Harbor and Wharves Treasurer To Finance Committee City Justice To Legislative and Judiciary Committee And now the Council proceeds to elect the City Officers for the ensuing year with the following resultClerk E S Osborne Attorney C H Hanford Treasurer J D Lowman Justice of the Peace Frank Seidel Health Officer Dr. E L Smith Surveyor F H Whitworth

Last edit almost 4 years ago by StephanieJoWebb

SEACPM18821006

SEACPM18821006_Page_5
Indexed

SEACPM18821006_Page_5

146 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Oct 6/82 J H Woolery Chief of Police No 187 $100.00 D L MCCowan Police 188 80.00 W B Thompson Police 189 80.00 James Welch Police 190 80.00 R H Calligan Police 191 80.00 C H Hanford Attorney 192 41.65 T H Cann J P Fees 193 23.15 J D Lowman Moneys refunded to Frank Hinckley 194 75.00 Chronicle Publishing Co Printing 195 162.80 Pumphrey & Lowman Stationary 196 83.56 M V B Stacy Ground Rent of Jails 197 10.00 C Hanford & Co Job Work 198 7.00 D L MCCowan Stationary etc purchased 199 2.80 James P Ludlow Fees in city-v-McNaughr 200 5.30 J H McGraw Fees in city-v-McNaughr 201 3.50 Thomas Smith rent of dry pound 202 3.00 Road Fund Henry Sheahan Labor$84 use of horse$22 Prisoners Board$28.67 No 80 $134.67 M S Costello Labor 81 65.00 Luther Albee Labor 82 57.50 Stephen Berry Labor 83 50.00 Thomas Rock Labor 84 43.75 F W Wusthoff Nails & Hardware 85 9.90 Fred Bones Repair to Harness 86 4.50 James Bogart Labor 87 2.50 J L Kahaley Hauling Lumber 88 1.50 Geo Newell Mall & Handle 89 1.25 Gas Fund J L Kahaley Attending Gas Lights No 19 $34.00 Fire Fund W A Perry Steward Engine House No 74 $75.00 T D Hinckley Ground Rent 75 8.00 O C Shorey & Co Repairs to Hose Cart 76 4.00 Miller & Miller Hauling Coal 77 2.50 L Newman Key Work on Fire Engine 78 2.25 F W Wusthoff Emery cloth & Polishing material 79 2.15 ChasMcDonald to purchase Coal 80 10.00

Last edit over 3 years ago by StephanieJoWebb

SEACPM18821013

SEACPM18821013_Page_4
Indexed

SEACPM18821013_Page_4

153 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 13/82 Resolved that the uniform herein before prescribed shall be worn by the whole Police force from and after November 15, 1882 Thereupon said resolution is adopted Applications for Licenses received From Geo W Walsh for a Grocery License Referred to the Committee on Licenses and Revenue From Wm Busha for Retail Liquor Referred to the Committee of Licensing and Revenue From J C Nixon & Co. for a Wholesale license. Granted & license ordered issued. Claims Paid The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the Funds & in the amounts following To Wit: City Fund J D Lowman Moneys pd Thos Moore license refused No 203 $45.00 John Collins freight on Fire Engine 204 $41.75 Frank Seidel Extra workmaking plat etc 205 $10.00 Road Fund Henry Sheahan Paid Laborers filling Jail No 90 $22.00 Henry Sheahan lumber 91 $17.06 Gas Fund Seattle Gas Light Co gas No 20 $160.85 Williamson & Kellogg Lamp Post etc. 21 54.00 Waddell & Miles Work on Gas mains 22 20.45 Ordinances Received To authorize the construction of Water Works. Referred to the Committee on Fire and Water supply. An Ordinance entitled "Changing the grade of Mill, Washington and Second Streets" Adopted upon the folowing vote to wit: In favor of adoption Collins, Cosper, Gasch, Manning & Rasin Against adoption none. An Ordinance entitled "Prescribing the mode of making and collecting assessments for Street Improvement" Adopted upon the

Last edit over 3 years ago by StephanieJoWebb
Displaying pages 1 - 5 of 32 in total