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164 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Nov 3/82 From Fire and Water Supply on the petition of J.W. George et al with reference to Wash House on Lot 8 Block 6 Maynard's Plat stating that work had been stopped there and occupation thereof forbidden. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending a retail liquor license be issued to Frank Peters. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending a retail liquor license be issued to J.H. Grimsley. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending a retail liquor license be issued to Joseph Francisco. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending a retail liquor license be issued to Wm. Grose. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending the granting of the petition of F.X. Perfontaine refunding license collected from Catholic Church. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue recommending the granting of the petition of the Sing Verein Orion for refunding license collected. Adopted. From Jail Committee that E. W. Rea have 5 weeks further time from date in which to complete the New City Engine House. Adopted. From Finance approving the Treasurer's report on Jackson Street sidewalk. Adopted. Claims paid The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds and in the amounts following, to wit: City Fund E.W. Rea contract work City Engine House Nos. 207 208 209 210 211 212 $1068.75 E. S. Osborne Clerk No. 213 180.00 C.H. Hanford Atty 214 41.65 J.H. Wooley Chief of Police 215 100.00 D. L. McCoulan Police 216 80.00 W. B. Thompson Police 217 80.00 James Welch Police 218 80.00 R. H. Calligan Police 219 71.85 J.W. Renart Police 220 8.15 Frank Seidel Assessor 221 187.50

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178 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Dec 1/82 days. Granted. Committee on Health and Police granted further time in which to report on thr matter of sewers. Claims paid The following claims having been audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds and in the amounts following, to wit: City Fund E. S. Osborne Clerk No. 233 $90.00 J.H. Woolery Chief of Police 234 100.00 D.L. McCowan Police 235 80.00 W. B. Thompson Police 236 80.00 James Welch Police 237 80.00 John Smart Police 238 80.00 C. H. Hanford Atty 239 75.00 T. H. Cann J.P.'s fees 240 20.70 Seattle Chronicle Printing 241 70.99 M.V. B. Stacy ground rent for Jails 242 10.00 J.H. Woolery Police buttons etc 243 15.74 Pumphrey & Lowman stationery etc 244 40.60 Stewart & Ebersold job work 245 15.50 F. H. Whitworth Surveys South 2d Street 246 59.00 E. W. Rea contract work New Engine House 247 & 248 1000.00 Road Fund Henry Sheahan Street labor89.25Prisoner's Board30Labor with horse24 No. 103 $143.25 Stephen Berry Street labor 104 61.25 Thos Rock Street labor 105 60.00 M.J. Costello Street labor 106 57.50 Luther Albee Street labor 107 55.00 Stetson & Post lumber 108 53.73 C. F. Williams hauling lumber 109 2.90 G. P. McFaden hauling lumber 110 1.00 Gas Fund Williamson & Kellogg gas lamps No 27 $27.00 Seattle Gas Light Co gas 28 227.85 J.L. Kahaley attend lights 29 36.00 Waddell & Miles repairs to gas fix lines 30 23.20

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COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE

Dec. 19/82 awarded to them upon their giving a bond with good and sufficient sureties in the sum of $300.00. Ordered that the Committee on Fire and Water supply be and they are hereby instructed to negotiate for a lease of the ground upon which the present Engine House on Columbia Street stand for the period of five years. Ordered that the Assessor be and he is hereby instructed to procure all necessary blanks for making the next city assessment. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned. Attest: E. S. Osborne Clerk Approved H G Struve Mayor

Jan. 5/83 Be it remembered that on this the 5th day of January 1883 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law.

The following Officers are present, towit: His Honor the Mayor H.G. Struve and Councilmen John Collins, O.F. Cosper, Fred Gasch, Charles McDonald and G. L. Manning. Thereupon the following proceedings are had, towit: Petitions Received From W.H. White et al for the repeal of Ordinance No. 345 the regulation of a plans for teams etc. Referred to the Judiciary and Legislative Committee. From Ed L. Lindsley for changing a license for a one Horse vehicle to 2 horse vehicle. Referred to Licenses and Revenue Comtee. From the Clerk asking the right to attach his sign as Attorney at Law to the new City Engine etc. Granted. From Robert Abrams et al for a sidewalk on the south side of Battery Streets from Water Street to Front Street. Referred to Committee on Streets and Street Improvements. From Thomas Burke et al for the grading of the alley in

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244 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Apr 16/83 And now the Council proceeds to consider the bids for the construction of sidewalks on Second Street in Maynard's plat under Ordinance No. 369. Whereupon it appearing to the Council that the bid of S.G. Simpson is the lowest and best bid and that he is the lowest responsible bidder. It is ordered that the Contract be awarded to him upon his giving a bond in the sum of $500.00 with good and sufficient sureties. And now the Council proceeds to consider the bids for Improvements on James, Cherry and Spring Street from Front Street to Alley between Front and Second Streets under Ordinance No. 365. Whereupon it appearing to the Council that the bids of G.N. Alexander are the lowest & best bids, and that they are the lowest responsible bidders. It is ordered that the Contracts be awarded to them. Ordered that the Clerk be & is hereby instructed to take the Warrant No.181 Road Fund favor of Gladding McBean & Co of San Francisco for $781.60 cash the same & forward such funds by proper means to said firm. Ordered that the Plans & Specifications for Madison Street Sewer as now presented be & are hereby adopted & that the Clerk be & is hereby instructed to advertise for bids in accordance therewith A special Ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills, Adopted Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Monday evening April 23, 1883 at 7 1/2 o'clock Attest: E. S. Osborne, Clerk Approved: H. G. Struve, Mayor Apr 23/83 Be it remembered that on this the 23rd day of April the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. The following Offcers are present, to wit: His Honor the Mayor H.G. Struve and Councilmen O.F. Cosper, Charles F. Clancy, Fred Gasch, Charles McDonald and U.M. Rasin. Thereupon the following proceedings are had:

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244 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Apr 16/83 And now the Council proceeds to consider the bids for the construction of Sidewalks on Second Street in Maynard's plat under Ordinance No. 369. Whereupon it appearing to the Council that the bid of S. G. Simpson is the lowest & best bid and that he is the lowest responsible bidder. It is ordered that the Contract be awarded to him upon his giving a bond in the sum of $500.00 with good & sufficient sureties And now the Council proceeds to consider the bids for the Improvements on James, Cherry and Spring Street from Front Street to Alley between Front and Second Streets under Ordinance No 365. Whereupon it appearing to the Council that the bids of G. N. Alexander are the lowest and best bids, and that they are the lowest responsible bidders. It is ordered that the Contracts be awarded to them Ordered that the Clerk be & is hereby instructed to take the Warrant No 181 on Road Fund favor of Gladding McBean & Co of San Francisco for $781.60 cash the same & forward such funds by proper means to said firm Ordered that the Plans & Specifications for Madison Street sewer as now presented be & are hereby adopted & that the Clerk is hereby instructed to advertise for bids in accordance therewith. a special Ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills. Adopted Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Monday evening, April 23, 1883 at 7 1/2 o'clock Attest: E. S. Osborne, Clerk Approved: H. G. Struve, Mayor Apr 23/83 Be it remembered that on this the 23rd day of April 1883 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment The following Officers are present, towit: His Honor the Mayor H. G. Struve and Councilmen O. F. Cosper, Charles F. Clancy, Fred Gasch, Charles McDonald and U. M. Rasin Thereupon the following proceedings are had:

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