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252 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE May 4/83 Washington Iron Works lamposts No 48 $44. J L Kahaley attend lights 49 41. Fire Fund W A Perry Engine Steward No 160 $75. Charles McDonald to purchase Coal 161 25. Waddell & Miles hose etc. 162 9. R H Calligan Hauling Coal 163 2. Spring St (alley betw 3d& 4th to 7th) Grade Ord 365 Keenan & Cummings Contract Work Nos 206 & 207 $893.85 F H Whitworth Engineering 208 75.50 2d,3rd,& Intersecting Streets Grade Ord 288 F H Whitworth Engineering No 209 $277.50 Spring St (Front to alley betw Front & 2nd)Grade Ord 365 G N Alexander Contract Work No 210 $226.06 Cherry St (Front to alley betw Front & 2nd) Grade Ord 365 G N Alexander Contract Work No 211 $116.25 F H Whitworth Engineering 212 20. Miscellaneous And Now HisHonor the ActingMayor appoints a special committee on Columbia Street Engine House to wit: Councilmen O F Cosper, G L Manning & Fred Gasch And now Councilman John Collins tenders his resignation as a member of the Committee on Public Buildings & Property & Grounds; thereupon the same is accepted. Ordered that the Committee on Public Buildings, Property & Grounds be & they are hereby instructed to examine the Engine House on South 3rd Street & to cause Specifications to be made by a Competent Architect in order to finish such building. And now the Surveyor submits Plans Specification & Estimates for the Improvement of Pike Street inaccordance with Ordinance No 375 Laid over untilnext meeting Ordinances Rec'd From Attorney entitled "To provide for the levying and collecting of a special tax for the purpose of raising funds to pay for the grading and improvement of a section of Second, Third, Mill, Jefferson, James, Cherry, Columbia, Marion, Madison, Spring, Seneca, University, Union

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320 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Aug 4/83 From Robert Krupe et al for the grading of Blanchard Street. From Front to Alley between 5th and 6th. Referred to Streets. From A.A. Denny remonstrating against the proposed grading of Third Street from Pine to the City limits. Referred to Streets. From P. Quigley for extension of time on Eighth Street Improvement under Ordinance No. 388 to Aug. 15, 1883. Referred to Streets. From I. N. Bigelow et al for the grading of Third Street from Pine to the City limits north. Referred to Streets. From M. V. B. Stacy et al for the grading of Jackson Street from 12th to Market. Referred to Streets. From H. Sutherland et al for the Improvement of Marion Street. Front to alley west. Referred to Streets. From David Gilmore for repairing Front Street cribbing. Referred to Streets. From W.N. Bell et al for the grading of Battery Street from the Bay to the City limits. Referred to Streets. From W.G. Latimer et al for the grading of Vine Street for Water Street to Fifth. Referred to Streets. From Mrs. Geo N. Gosling for the right to maintain a sign, Referred to Streets. From W.N. Bell et al for the grading of Bell Street from Front to 6th. Referred to Streets. From Fridolin Wilhelm et al for the grading of South 4th Street from Mill to Main. Referred to Streets. Reports Rec'd From the Treasurer on the condition of general funds. Referred to Finance. From the Treasurer on the Cherry St grade Tax roll Ord 365; on the Seneca Street Sidewalk Tax roll Ord 336; on the Lower Spring St Improvement Tax roll Ord 365 and on the Upper Spring St Improvement Tax roll Ord 365. All referred to Finance. Committee's Reports Rec'd From the Special Committee on S.F. Hoole's petition for an extension of time on Washington St grade of 6 weeks recommending that the same be granted. Adopted upon the following vote, towit:

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371 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 5/83 B Erison Labor on Streets No 288 $10.00 M Hestbeck Labor on Streets 289 10. G Collins Labor on Streets 290 10. David Webster Labor on Streets 291 10. J M Snow Engineering Front St Cribbing 292 8.75. Thos McNear Labor on Streets 293 8.75 D T Wheeler Giving Ownership of property Jackson St Extension 293 5. James Brennan Sharpening tools 294 4.75 Thos Norris Refunding Road Poll Tax paid 295 4. Wm Morris Labor on Streets 296 3.75 M Strong Hauling Gravel 1/2 a day 297 3. Waddell & Miles Lantern corner 4th & James 298 1.25 Gas Fund John Spencer Repaird to Gas Mains No 63 $5.20 Fire Fund Carkeek & Nicholas Construction of Columbia St Engine House No 2 No 213 $1914.50 W A Perry Engineer No 1 217 75. F B Cosper Engineer No 2 218 75. Young & McKeon Plumbing etc City Hall 219 26.92. Geo B Adair, Trustee Hardware 220 16.10 Cosper, McIntyre & Co Coal, Oil etc 221 8.85 M W Pealer Horses at Engine No 1 222 5. T W Bennett Boxing Water Pipe Columbia St 223 3. Spring Hill Water Co Water 224 3. Anthony Hohnes Repairing Heater 225 2.75 Waddell& Miles Packing & Funnel 226 .38 Spring St Sidewalk #440 J M Snow Engineering No 419 $14.75 South 3rd St Improvement #399 Strong & Harkins Contract Work Nos 421-422-542-543 $1355.03 G N Alexander Contract Work 423 655.97 J M Snow Engineering 419 29.38 James Street Improvement #387 J M Snow Engineering No 424 $38.88

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615 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Apr 3/85 From City Justice ordered filed From Chief of Police ordered filed Public Benefit Plat & Masonic Cem plat From Surveyor approving plats of Masonic Cemetary and Public Benefit Supplemental Addition. Report adopted Rollin St Extension From Surveyor on the Rollin Street Extension submitting map Ordered that the map be & is hereby referred to the Attorney with instructions to submit an Ordinance condemning the property on the line of the proposed street including the fractional lots at the intersections with Stewart, Lenora, Blanchard and Depot Streets. From the attorney on pending litigation. Ordered filed Spring St obstructions in Ordered that the Chairman of the Street Comtee be & is hereby instructed to remove certain obstructions from Spring St between Front and Second Streets. Foss slaughter House nuisance Evan slaughter house nuisance Ordered that the Health Officer be & is hereby instructed toproceed forth with according to law to abate the slaughter house nuisances maintained by L W Foss or his sucessor and W W Evans From Treasurer in condition of Funds Referred to Finance Comtee Hose to be Sold From Chief of Fire Dept making recommendation Ordered that the 250 feet of condemned hose be disposed of to the highest bidder by the Chief of the Fire Dept. Ordered that the balance of the Report be referred to Councilman Northrup From Jailor showing prisoners in confinement ordered filed Liquor Ord From Judiciary Comtee recommending the adoptionof anordinance to amend Sec 7 of Ord 637. Report adopted Constitution of Fire Dept From Fire Comtee recommending the printing of 100 copies of the constitution of theBoard of Fire Delegates. Adopted Licenses Referred Applications for Licenses Rec'd & Referred L Diller, Bersch & Hink , Wm Grose, McMaster & Caswell, Schoepp & Greemingler, Thomas & Morgan, O P Dahlquist, Andrew Lumm &Co. Grubb & Johnson. Licenses Ordered Issued Ordered that licenses be issued as follows to wit: L V Schnyder for retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from April 4, 1885 John McCary for retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from April 15, 1885 The A P Hotaling Co for wholesale intoxicating liquors for 6 months from April 16, 1885

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676 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Ordered that the Bill of T R Reed for Labor onStreets be and the same is hereby rejected Ordinances An Ordinance is submitted entitled "A special ordinance appropriating money for pay audited bills" Adopted upon the following vote to wit: In favor of adoption Keenen, Young, Calligan Furth, Hall and Lake Against none Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned Attest: W R Forrest clerk Approved H L Yesler mayor Aug 21 1885 Be it remembered that on this the 21st day of August 1885 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law. The following officers are present, to wit: His Honor the Mayor H L Yesler and councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth, W A Harrington, Geo W Hall, Gus Keenen,S W Lake Chas McDonald & G W Young Thereupon the following proceedings were had; Petitions Received Petition of H H Pease et al for a sidewalk North side of Spring St between 3rd & 4th Sts. Referred to St. Com. Petition of Samantha Barton for damages occasioned by the James St grade. Referred to Judiciary Com. & Com on Sewers & Drainage Petition of L Typhert et al praying that a license for sale of malt liquors be granted R Pritchard received and on motion laid on the table. Petition of Fred Voight et al for Gas Lights Corner James & 6th & James & 5th Sts received & referred to Committee on Gas Lights Petition of Chas Baker et al for policeman in North Seattle. Referred to Committee on Health & Police Petition of O J Yates praying for settlement of his grade tax was received and statements of Councilman Furth & City Atty Hanford heard in explanations thereof, After due consideration it is

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