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118 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sept1/82 Myra A Carr Double assessment No 169 $10.05 Geo Newell Police Bats 170 4.50 James Hicks Cleaning Jail 171 1.00 M A Kelly Disinfectants for Pest House 172 5.00 Road Fund Henry Sheahan Street Labor77.00UseofHorse13.50PrisonersBoard13.66 No 64 $104.16 R H Calligan Street Labor15.75UseofHorse2.50PrisonersBoard6.00 No 68 $24.25 Henry Sheahan Street Labor 69 53.75 Luther Albee Street Labor 70 46.25 James Bogart Street Labor 71 43.75 Luther Albee Street Labor 72 11.25 James Campbell Street Labor 73 11.25 Stetson & Post Lumber 74 22.64 J L Kahaley Hauling Lumber 75 2.50 John Leary Lumber to Belltown 76 1.00 Chas McDonald Sharpening Tools 77 6.75 Gas Fund Waddell & Miles Work on Gas Fixtures No 17 $17.00 Fire Fund W A Perry Steward No 66 $75.00 T D Hinckly Ground rent Engine House 67 8.00 Chas McDonald Spanners for Hose 68 6.00 F W Wusthoff Oil etc. for Fire Engine 69 2.70 Miller & Minick Hauling Coal 70 2.50 Waddell & Miles 1 Joint Stove Pipe 71 .38 Front Street Grade Fund Chin Guan & Charlie Contract Work No $1245.93 F H Whitworth Plans & Surveys 217.50 Union Street Grade Fund Chin Guan & Charlie Contract Work No $1325.70 F H Whitworth Plans & Surveys 216.50 Applications for Licenses Received From Goldberg & Veria; Traney & Ackley for Retail Liquors; Chas Anderson for Grocery ;& Corner & Whiting for Bowling Alley - all referred to the Committee on Licensing and Revenue And now the Council proceeds to consider the matter of

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122 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE granted to Goldberg and Vena for Retail Liquors, Charles Anderson for Retail Liquors and to Carner and Whiting for a Bowling Alley. Adopted and licenses ordered issued. The following claims having been duly audited by the Coumcil are indeed paid by Warrants drawn on the Funds and in the amounts following towit: City Fund W. E. Boone plans and specifications for Engine House No 173 $262.50 L.B. Andrews appraiser Madison St Extension 174 $20.00 D. M. Crane appraiser Madison St Extension 175 $15.00 J.E. Houghton appraiser Madison St Extension 176 $15.00 total $312.50 And now the Council proceeds to open the bids for attending the Street lamps, which bids read as follows, towit: J. C. Floyd per lamp for month $1.20 Lewis McMillan per lamp for month $1.40 H. G. Thomton per lamp for month $1.25 John Baker per lamp for month $1.50 P. Brumm per lamp for month $1.00 James Bogart per lamp for month $1.40 J. L. Kahaley per lamp for month $1.00 Ordered that foregoing bids be referred to the Gas Light Com. And now in pursuance to the order duly made on September 1st 1882 the Council proceeds to examine and equalize the assessment Roll for Front Street grade made in pursuance to Ordinance No 284 etc to hear all complaints touching said roll, pending which the matter if said consideration is laid over until Tuesday evening September 5th 1882 of 1/2 o'clock p.m. And now in pursuances, to the order duly made on September 1st 1882 the Council proceeds to examine & equalize the assessment roll for 2d, 3d, and other streets graded & improvement made in pursuance to Ordinance No 288 & to hear all complaints touching said roll, pending which the matter of said consideration is laid over until Tuesday evening September 5th 1882 at 1/2 o'clock p.m. And now in pursuance to the order duly made in September 1st 1882 the Council proceeds to examine and equalize the

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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

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454 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Apr. 17/84 From Geo. Kinnear et al for permission to grade Temperance Street from Depot Street to Bluff Street. Referred to Street Comtee. From Geo. Kinnear submitting plat, of "G. Kinnear addition to the City of Seattle." Referred to Surveyor for report at next meeting. From Koff & Henerish et al to improve Beach Road. Referred to Street Comtee. Ordered that the Surveyor be & is hereby instructed to survey all proposed plats of additions to the City before the approval thereof at the expense of the owner of the land. Committees Reports From Comtee on Public Buildings, Property and Grounds rejecting the petition of Thos. L. Quinn to erect fruit stand foot of Columbia Street. Adopted. From Comtee on Health& Police recommending that all City Prisoners be turned over to James Bogart he to work them & to receive $2.50 per day for every day the prisoners are worked & 25 cents per meal for boarding each of said prisoners. Adopted. From Fire Comtee recommending the granting of the petition of Chas. Baker et al for recognition as a Fire Co. & recommending that said Co. be furnished a suitable Engine, Hose, Hose Cart & necessary appliances & building. Adopted. From Finance Comtee approving Treasurers Reports for March. Adopted. From Street Comtee recommending that the Surveyor be instructed to report the facts in matter of the application of Wm. Hawkins for an allowance for excavation on 4th Street. Adopted. From License Comtee rejecting the application of T. B. Timony for a Retail liquor license. Re-referred. Applications for Licenses Ordered that licenses be issued as follows, towit: Parker & Ware for Retail liquors for 3 months from Apr. 5 Jenson & Marshall for Retail liquors for 3 months from Mar. 19 John Stifter for Grocery for 3 months from Apr. 1 James Budd for retail for 3 months from Mar.13 H. Wharton for retail for 3 months from Apr.3

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466 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE May 2d/84 H Gibs Street Labor No 447 $52.50 James Bogart Working Prisoners No 448 44.75 O D Butterfield Street Labor No 449 38.75 John Peasley Street Labor No 450 35. J Butterfield Street Labor No 451 32.50 M Murphy Street Labor No 452 31.25 James Bogart Boarding Prisoners No 453 28.75 J M Snow Washton St sewer Engineering No 454 19.19 G P McFaden Hauling Lumber No 455 16.75 Wald & Campbell Hardware No 456 13.45 Stetson & Post Lumber for Inclines No 457 11.40 Chas McDonald Bolts for Inclines No 458 6.78 Seattle Lumber & Comcial Co Lumber No 459 5.90 John Tensin Use of Scow for Inclines No 460 3. James Brannen Sharpening tools No 461 2.75 Chas McDonald Sharpening Tools No 462 1. Gas Fund Seattle Gas Light Co gas No 77 $322.40 Seattle Gas Light Co repairs 78 3.50 Fire Fund F W Wusthoff, G W Harris & Thos Clancy Fire Comtee labor on Street Extensions No 358 $109.50 W A Perry Engineer No 1 359 75. P E Smith Engineer No2 360 75. Gordon Hardware Co Hardware for street extentions 361 29.75 M J Calligan Coal 362 14.30 J M Snow Engineering Battery St Cistern 363 14. R H Calligan Coal & horse 364 13.85 Gordon Hardware Co Hardware etc. 365 12.90 John H Good & Co Brass Pump Bolts 366 9. J W Hunt Work on Hook & Ladder 367 8. F Miller Labor on Engine 1 368 7. W A Perry Coal furnished 369 6. James Dunham Labor on Engine 1 370 2.75 Andrew Miller Water Box Washton St Incline 371 3.50. L Miller Hauling engine 372 2.50

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