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64 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Be It remembered that on this the 9th day of May at 7 1/2 o'clock pm 1882, the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets as a Board of Equalization pursuant to adjornment of May 8th 1882 Present His Honor the Mayor L.P. Smith and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, John Collins, M. Densmore, Wm. A. Jennings, John Keenan, and Charles McDonald Thereupon the Council proceeds to the Equalization of said general assessment Roll for 1882, and the hearing of all complaints touching the same until adjournment. And now at 9 1/2 o'clock PM the Council adjourns until May 10th at 7 1/2 o'clocl Attest E S Osborne, Clerk Approved L.P. SmithMayor Be it remembered that on this the 10th day of May 1882, the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Committee Chambers as a board of Equalization pursuant to adjournment of May 9th 1882 Present His Honor the Mayor L.P. Smith and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, John Collins, M. Densmore, Wm. A. Jennings, John Keenan, and Charles McDonald Thereupon the Council proceeds with the examination and correction of the assessment Roll for the year of 1882. Ordered that the Clerk be and he is hereby instructed to cause written notices to be served by the City Marshall upon the following named persons informing them that the Council propose to increase their respective assessments and that they may appear on Monday May 15th 1882 at 7 1/2 PM to make known their objections thereto; Franenthal Bros, Schwabacher Bros & Co, Harrington & Smith, S. Kenney, C.P. Stone, Boyd & Poncin, L.S.Rown, J.H. Sanderson, Wald & Campbell, F.W Wusthoff W Chong. Ordered that the Council stand adjourned until May 11th 188s Attest Clerk Approved L.P. Smith Mayor

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109 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 11/82 Pine and Ninth Streets and on Stewart, First and Virginia Streets; said petition is referred to Committee on Streets and Street Improvement. A petition is received from Franenthal Bros praying for the remission of the 10% penalty on delinquent tax on Jackson Street Sidewalk tax rolls; the same is referred to Finance Committee A petition is received from W W Holcomb et al for a deed to Lot 151 is City Cemetary; the same is referred to the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds A Communicaation is received from the City Attorney upon the construction of Sections 63 & 94 of the City Charter, and is thereupon referred to the Legislation and Judiciary Committee The Street Committee report in favor of granting the petition of G W Hall et al and thereupon it is ordered that the Judiciary Committee be & they are instructed to submit an ordinance for the construction of sidewalks on Pine and Ninth Streets and on Stewart, Tenth and Virginia Streets as prayed for The Street Committee report favorably on the petition of Harmon & Thurlow for a lease of a portion of Seneca Street Thereupon said petition is referred to the Legislative and Judiciary Committee with instruction to prepare a lease in accordance therewith. The street Committee report favorably on the petition of E A Turner et al for a sidewalk on King Street; said petition is thereupon referred to the Legislative and Judiciary Committee with instructions to submit an ordinance in accordance therewith The Legislative and Judiciary Committee submit ordinance No 293 entitled "An ordinance to repeal Ordianace No292 of the city of Seattle" After due consideration said ordinance is adopted by the following vote; to wit: in favor of adoption,

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52 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jul 27 1886 Hillary Bentler Raised on Improvements L Diller Raised on Improvements Franenthal Bros Raised on Improvements Hinds Heirs Raised on Improvements Dexter Horton Raised on Improvements Gordon Hardware Co Raised on Personal Property Sam'l Kenny Raised on Personal Property Kline & Rosenburg Raised on Personal Property Robert Knipe Raised on Improvements D B Jackson Raised on Improvements W M Ladd Raised on Improvements E F Lange Raised on Improvements H Jones & Son Raised on Personal Property P J Lair & Co Raised on Personal Property Spring Hill Water Co Raised on Personal Property Toklas & Singerman Raised on Personal Property Ordered that Council adjourn until tomorrow at 7:30 PM H L Yesler, mayor Attet W R Forrest, clerk Jul 28 1886 Be it remembered that on this 28th day of July 1886 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment . The Following officers are present to wit: Mayor H L Yesler and Councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth, W A Harrington, G W Hall, and T W Lake The following business is transacted to wit: Council proceeds to examine and equalize the Assessment Roll for the year 1886 On motion the Clerk is ordered to notify the following named persons to appear and show cause as the same appears on the assessment Roll for 1886. Should not be raised to wit: Isadore Harris Raised on Personal Property with law.

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52 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jul 27 1886 Hillary Bentler Raised on Improvements L Diller Raised on Improvements Franenthal Bros Raised on Improvements Hinds Heirs Raised on Improvements Dexter Horton Raised on Improvements Gordon Hardware Co Raised on Personal Property Sam'l Kenny Raised on Personal Property Kline & Rosenburg Raised on Personal Property Robert Knipe Raised on Improvements D B Jackson Raised on Improvements W M Ladd Raised on Improvements E F Lange Raised on Improvements H Jones & Son Raised on Personal Property P J Lair & Co Raised on Personal Property Spring Hill Water Co Raised on Personal Property Toklas & Singerman Raised on Personal Property Ordered that Council adjourn until tomorrow at 7:30 PM H L Yesler, mayor Attet W R Forrest, clerk Jul 28 1886 Be it remembered that on this 28th day of July 1886 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment . The Following officers are present to wit: Mayor H L Yesler and Councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth, W A Harrington, G W Hall, and T W Lake The following business is transacted to wit: Council proceeds to examine and equalize the Assessment Roll for the year 1886 On motion the Clerk is ordered to notify the following named persons to appear and show cause as the same appears on the assessment Roll for 1886. Should not be raised to wit: Isadore Harris Raised on Personal Property

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625 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 5 1888 Wm Morris City 3360 75.00 Salary as Police Officer W M Jones City 3361 75.00 Salary as Police Officer Ben Thompson City 3362 75.00 Salary as Police Officer Holden Z T City 3363 75.00 Salary as Police Officer Pat Varraher City 3364 75.00 Salary as Police Officer DWebster City 3365 75.00 Salary as Police Officer J T Huff City 3366 75.00 Salary as Police Officer E R Harding City 3367 75.00 Salary as Police Officer W A Cover City 3368 75.00 Salary as Police Officer W E Carey City 3369 75.00 Salary as Police Officer W T Peer City 3370 75.00 Salary as Police Officer D J Willard City 3371 75.00 Salary as Police Officer Geo Templeton City 3372 75.00 Salary as Police Officer H A Bigelow City 3373 75.00 Salary as Police Officer D Phillips City 3374 75.00 Salary as Police Officer Kinkey Ed City 3375 75.00 Salary as Police Officer H Sheehan City 3376 52.52 Salary as Police Officer Abbott & Weatherby City 3377 82.20 Addition to City Hall Toklas & Singerman City 3378 55.10 Carpet for City Hall Gordon Hadw Co City 3379 82.95 supplies for Police Graham & Davidson City 3380 3.75 Window Shades City Hall Boardman & Son City 3381 28.00 Signs City Hall O W Lynch & Co City 3382 60.00 Chairs & Table City Hall Golden Rule Bazaar City 3383 6.00 Cuspadores City Hall Franenthal Bros City 3384 53.90 Linoleum City Hall N Argens City 3385 2.35 Reprg Locks O D Butterfield City 3386 1.00 Hauling Drunk Lowman & Hanford City 3387 4.00 Statue H F Jones City 3388 114.30 Justice fees H F Jones City 3389 53.45 Justice fees Chas Corker City 3390 4.40 Witness fees John Caldwell City 3391 8.80 Witness fees G Marino City 3392 2.20 Witness fees E P Edson City 3393 4.40 Witness fees J L Mears City 3394 2.20 Witness fees Joseph Charles City 3395 6.00 Meals Election Board

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