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Received Apr 18 1892 Board of Public Works Seattle - Wash

To The Board of Public Works City Gentlemen, We the undersigned residents on or near Bradley Street and connecting with the line of pipe now laid on that street, respectfully request that the present pipe which is only from 1&1/2 to 2 inches in diameter be replaced with a 4 or 5 inch main. There are a large number of houses on or near Bradley street , and with the present line of pipe there are many which at times get no water. We also request that hydrants be placed along said street, as at present there ins absolutely no protection against fire. Chas E Crane G M Barber H R Clise F Durgin C T Laugridge E C Kilbannon C M Sheafe Chas Power George Donworth Louise A Tompson D E Blaine E D White E L Blaine Jno W Hubbard Isaiah Estep H C Estep Lue A McClellan J M Williams

to Supt W Works for report 4/20/92 F W D H secy

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Seattle Sept. 18, 1885: The Honorable Mayor & Council of the City of Seattle. Gents: I stand ready to furnish the lumber required for the use of the City of Seattle for the year 1885&6 at eight dollars ($8.00) per thousand feet at my mill. According to the bid connected with my name in the published proceedings of the last meeting of the Council -Sept 8- and to give sufficient guaranty that the hauling of the same shall cost no more that from any other mill. Respectfully D E Blaine

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4114N Bid of D E Blaine for lumber

filed Sept 4 1885 W R Forrest Clerk

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548 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Oct 3/84 D H Hill & Co Grading 30cents Cribbing $2. Sidewalk $12. Box Drains $21. Ordered that the Contract be & is hereby awarded to W F Dearborn upon his executing a proper bond in the sum of $250.00 And now the surveyor submits the specifications for a Sidewalk on Battery Street under Ordinance No 601. After due examination said specifications are approved. Ordered that the Chief of Police be & is hereby instructed to enforce the ordinance regulating the storing of Powder. Ordered that the Seattle Street Railway Co be & is hereby instructed to lower their track or gravel up to the same on Front Street so that teams may be able to cross the same. Ordered that all water connections on Inclines be discontinued A report is rec'd from the Cemetary Commision on the work already completed by O C Shorey in disinterring bodies from old cemetary & also containing suggestions. Referred to Comtee on Public buildings, Property & Grounds. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Monday October 12, 1884 at 7&1/2 o'clock pm Attest E S Osborne clerk Approved John Leary mayor Oct 13/84 Be it remembered that on this the 13th day of October 1884 the CommonCouncil of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment The following officers are present to wit: His Honor the Mayor John Leary & Councilmen Chas F Clancy, Geo F Frye, B L Northrup, Alfred Snyder, E F Sox, H L Yesler, W G Latimer & W V Rinehart thereupon thefollowing proceedings are had: Petitions Rec'd From D E Blaine asking the Council not to issue any warrants on a/c of Fifth Street Grade fund until claim of petitoner is

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