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210 JOUNRAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Feb2/83 Collins, Cosper, Clancy, Gasch, McDonald & Manning. Against adoption none. And now the council porceeds to an election for the purpose of fillinf the vacancy caused by the removal of Policeman T J Small. Whereupon A H Manning seeing a majority of all the votes for the Councilmen present is duly declared elected as policeman to fill said vacancy for the term provided by law. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Monday February 5, 1883 at 7&1/2 o'clock PM Attest: E S Osborne clerk Approved John Collins acting mayor Be it remembered that on this the 5th day of February 1883 the CommonCOuncil of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. The following Officers are present to wit: His Honor Acting MayorJohn Collins and Councilmen O F Cosper, Chas F Clancy, Fred Gasch, Charles McDonald & G L Manning. Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Applications for Licenses The following applications for licenses are laid over until next meeting to wit: J H Hornell, Joseph Francis Co & Trana & Ackley The following applications aaare gratned to wit: John Collins, Retail liquors; James Vergen Retail Liquors & Pigeon Hole Table; Andrew Slorah Grocery; Thos Smith 2 Retail Liquors; Margaret Sullivan Grocery; Louis Sylvania Retail Liquors; Flynn & Anderson Retail Liquors & 1 Billiard Table; A F Hill Retail Liquors & 1 Billiard table; Wm Grose Retail Liquors, Fred Gasch Grocery & 1 Pigeon Hole Table, Smith & Farrar Retail Liquors & I Billiard Table

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250 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE May 4/83 & intersecting Streets grade & Sidewalk. Adopted From Streets recommending the opening of 10th Street from Pine to Virginia. Adopted From Streets respecting the petition of Edwin Eells for lowering 3rd Street. Adopted and petition rejected. From Streets recommending a special assessment to pay for opening Alley West of Front Street from Marion to Union. Re-referred. From Streets recommending the grading of Seneca Street from Alley between 3rd & 4th to alley between 6th & 7th. Re-referred. From Streets recommending that proceedings be had to compel property owners on Front Street to protect their property from damaging the Street. Referred to Attorney From Judiciary & Legislative approving the report of the City Justice. Adopted Licenses Granted Smith & Farrar Retail & 2 Billiard tables John Collins Retail Thos Smith Retail Pritchard &Lester Retail R. Pritchard Retail John Feigh Retail Flynn & Anderson Retail & 1 Billiard table Margaret Sullivan Grocery Geo. C. Thompson Retail L. S. Rowe Retail Wm Grosc Retail James Vergon Retail & 1 Pigeon Hole table Geo. W. Walsh Grocery Charles Ross Grocery Louis Sylvania Retail J. F. Trana & Co Retail Aug. Mattson Retail Applications for Licenses Referred C. P. Chamberlin for Retail to Licenses & Revenue

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369 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 5/83 Street. Referred to Surveyor Applications for Licenses Ordered that licenses be issued as follows: Alden & Fiske for Retail Liquor for 3 months from Oct 1/83 Geo Meister for Retail Liquor for 3 months from Oct 7/83 Kappler & Wusthoff for Retail Liquor for 3 months from Oct 2/83 Kappler & Wusthoff for 1 Billiard Table for 3 months from Oct 2/83 L Diller for Retail Liquor for 3 months from Oct 16/83 L Diller for 1 Billiard Table for 3 months from Oct 16/83 R Howard for Retail Liquor for 3 months from Oct 3/83 Smith & Farrar for 1 Pool Table for 3 months from Sept 27/83 Geo K Beede for Retail Liquor for 12 months from Oct 1/83 Bersch & Hink for 2 Pool & 1 Pigeon Hole Table for 3 months from Oct 1/83 Fortier & Co for Retail Liquor for 3 months from Oct 6/83 Dickman & Gumbert for Retail Liquor for 3 months from Oct 4/83 Joseph Francisco for Retail Liquor for 3 months from Oct 7/83 Claims Paid Thefollowing claims having been duly sudited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds and in the amount following towit: City Fund C H Metcalf Completing repairs to City Hall Nos 470-471 $595.10 Boardman & Nichols Completing painting of City Hall 472 150. J H Woolery Chief of Police 473 100. E S Osborne Clerk 474 90. D L McCowan Policeman 475 80. James Welch Policeman 476 80. Charles Lind Policeman 477 80. J C Floyd Policeman 478 80. A H Manning Policeman 479 80. Chronicle Printing 480 79.69 R Osborne Attorney 481 75. Clarence Hanford Job Work 482 68.50 John Kelly Policeman 483 58.52 [F A ?] Policeman 484 58.52 [?] [?] 485 25.

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396 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Nov 9/83 [?] Oct 3, 1883 .Adopted From surveyor on Jackson Street Improvement #398 approved From Attorney on the protest of W C Hill against Jackson Street Improvement Assessment Roll #442. Approved Committee Reports From Judiciary Committee on the matter of charges against City Justice T H Cann. Adopted From Finance Committee recommending that Cisterns for Fire purposes be placed at corners of 5th & Washington, 4th & Madison, 3rd & University and Front & Bell Streets. Adopted From Street Committee recommending that $500.00 be allowed to Strong & Harkins on a/c change of grade in Madison Street. Report rejected. Licenses Granted Ordered that licenses be issued to the following named persons for the period of 3 months to wit: S A Scullin for Retail & 2 Billiard Tables from Nov 11/83 R Pritchard for Retail from Nov 16/83 Pritchard & Lester for Retail from Nov 17/83 Aug Wolff for grocery & 1 Pool & 1 Pigeon Hole Table from Nov 13/83 Smith & Farrar for Retail & 2 Billiard Tables from Nov 8/83 Cowles & Foster for Retail & 2 Billiard Tables from Nov 12/83 Aug Mattson for Retail from Nov 12/83 John Collins for Retail from Nov 8/83 Patrick O'Shea for Retail from Nov 13/83 Geo Peters for Retail from Nov 10/83 claims Paid The folowing claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds in the amounts following , to wit: City Fund Western Union Telegraph Co Telegraph to Legislature $1.90 Herald Publishing Co Printing 4.50 Ebensold & Co Job Work 9. Wm Gash [?] [?] [?] [?] 75.

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431 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Feb 8/84 nance next Wednesday night. Applications for Licenses Ordered the Licenses be issued as follows, towit: Blanchard & Smith Retail for 12 month from Feb. 11 Henry W. Hull Retail for 3 months from Feb. 4 P. Grubb Retail for 3 months from Feb. 1 Louis Sylvania Retail for 3 months from Feb. 7 Fred Gasch Grocery for 12 months from Feb. 8 John Feigh Retail for 3 months from Feb 8 Thos Smith Retail for 3 months from Feb. 8 Flynn & Anderson Retail for 3 months from Feb. 8 A.F. Hill Retail for 3 months from Feb. 8 Chas Ross Grocery for 3 months from Feb. 7 Aug Wolff Grocery for 3 months from Feb. 13 Smith & Farrar Retail for 3 months from Feb. 8 George & Robison Retail for 3 months from Feb 16 Ordered that the applications of Margaret Sullivan & O'Shea & Parren be & are hereby rejected Miscellaneous Be it resolved by the Common Council of the City of Seattle Washington Territory, that we hereby concur in a certain memorial from the Chamber of Commerce of this City Dated Feb.8, 1884 approving the bill pending in congress to aid the Washington Improvement Co. in the Construction of Canals in King County Claims Paid L. M. Robbins Hanging Fee $68. Ordered that the Chamber of Commerce be and are hereby authorized to use the Council Chamber for their meetings Ordered that the Plans & Specifications for cisterns heretofore submitted be & are hereby approved & that the clerk be & is hereby instructed to advertise for bids for the construction of a Cistern Corner 3rd & Battery Streets. Ordered that the Ordinance submitted in relation to a Janitor be & is hereby referred to Judiciary Committee Ordered that the Street Commissioner be + is hereby instructed to construct a crossing in Madison street as prayed for

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