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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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COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE

Jan. 5/83 Pool tables. Granted. Funk & Dickman for retail liquors. Granted. Peter Anderson & Co for retail liquors. Granted. James W. Smith & Charles Hills for a retail liquors. Referred to Committee on Licenses and Revenue. Claims Paid The following claims having been duly audited by the Council and ordered paid by the Warrants drawn on the funds and in the amounts following, towit: City Fund E.S. Osborne Clerk $90 Cleaning and c $3 No. 252 $93.00 J.H. Wooley Chief of Police 253 100. D. L. McCowan Police 254 80. W. B. Thompson Police 255 80. James Welch Police 256 80. Jas. W. Stuart Police 257 80. C. H. Hanford Attorney 258 75. F.H. Carr J.P. fees 259 11.40 M.V. B. Stacy Ground rent for Jails 260 10. Hall & Paulson Furniture Co. furniture for 261 219.25 New Engine House Waddell & Miles stores and furniture for 262 137.90 New Engine House Geo W. Boardman Co. extra work painting 263 12.50 New Engine House S. P. Bookes attendance to Council Chamber 264 2.50 L. Miller Morning Clerk 265 1.50 Joe McClaire coal to New Engine House 266 2.75 A.B. Holyoke Police (stars) 267 19. J. Shaun & Co. Police (lanterns) 268 5. Road Fund J. L. Kahaley hauling lumber No. 113 $1.50 Henry Sheahan Street labor $87.50 side of house $24.50 Prisoners board $30.33 114 142.33 Thos Rock street labor 115 61.25 Latner Albee street labor 116 57.50 M.J. Costello street labor 117 53.75 Stephen Berry street labor 118 45 W. M. Estebe street labor 119 13.75 N. Preston street labor 120 1.25

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304 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE July 16/83 to them upon their executing a bond with good and sufficient sureties in the sum of $3000.00 And now the Street Committee make their report awarding the contract for the piling and Wharf building on South 3rd Street under Ordinance No. 399 to G. N. Alexander. Thereupon the Council finding his bid to be the lowest responsible bid and the said Alexander to be the lowest responsible bidder. It is ordered that the contract be awarded to him upon his executing a bond with good and sufficient sureties in the sum of $3000.00. Ordered that a Warrant be issued to James Villie on the City Fund in the sum of $17.90 being the amount of sidewalk tax paid by him for and on a/c of the Improvement of 2d, 3d and intersecting streets under Ordinance No 288. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Thursday July 19, 1883 at 8 o'clock p.m. Attest: E S Osborne Clerk Approved H G Struve Mayor July 19/83 Be it remembered that on this the 19th day of July 1883 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. Thereupon the following Officers are present, towit: His Honor the Mayor H.G. Struve and Councilmen John Collins, O.F. Cosper, Charles F. Clancy, Fred Gasch and U.M. Rasin. Thereupon the following proceedings are had: And now the Council proceeds to canvass the returns of the Election held July 9, 1883 with the following result towit:

First Ward Total number of votes cast 422 To Mayor H.G. Struve received 315 votes J.B. Lewis received 27 votes L. E. Smith received 69 votes To Marshall J.H. Wooley received 397 votes J.T. Jordan received 4 votes

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