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COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE

Nov. 2 '83 In favor of adoption Clancy, Day, McDonald, Rasin, Ranke & Wusthoff. Against adoption none. Ordered that the Attorney be & is hereby instructed to submit an Ordinance to fix the salary of the Fire Warden at $150 a year

Miscellaneous Ordered that the Treasurer by & is hereby requested to pay all warrants in favor of street laborers out of any monies not otherwise appropri-ated. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Friday November 9, 1883 at 7 1/2 o'clock P.M. Approved H G Struve Mayor Attested: E.S. Osborne, Clerk

Nov. 9 1883

Be it remembered that on this the 9th day of November 1883 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. The following officers are present, to wit: His Honor the Mayor, H. G. Struve and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, B.F. Day, Charles McDonald, and U.M. Rasin Thereupon the following proceedings are had:

Petitions Rec'd From the Seattle Street Railway Co. for the right to construct a direct railway along South 2d, Mill & Front Streets. Referred to Street Committee. From the Seattle Street Railway Co. for the right to construct a street Railway along Madison from Front to the city limits & along Mill & West Streets. Referred to Street Committee. From George Kinnear et al for a gas lamp corner 3rd & Spring Streets. Referred to Gas Committee. From Geo. R. Smith et al for a fish stand foot of Washington Street. Denied

Reports Rec'd From Health Officer submitting annual report for the year ending June 30, 1883. Referred to Committe on Health Policy From [?] Officer [?]

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395 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Nov 2/83 In favor of adoption, Clancy, Day, McDonald, Rasin, & Wusthoff. Against adoption none. Ordered that the Attorney be & is hereby insructed to submit an Ordinance to fix the Salary of the Fire Warden at $150. a year. Miscellaneous Ordered that the Treasurer be & is hereby requested to pay all warrants in favor of Street Laborers out of any monies not other wise appropriated. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Friday November 9, 1883 at 7&1/2 o'clock pm Attest E S Osborne clerk Approved H G Struve mayor Nov 9/83 Be it remembered that on this the 9th day of November 1883 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in i ts Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. The following Officers are preesent, to wit: His Honor the Mayor H G Struve and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, B F Day, Charles McDonald and U M Rasin. Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Rec'd From the Seattle Street Railway Co. For the right to construct a street railway along South 2d, Mill & Front Streets. Referred to Street Committee. From the Seattle Street Railway Co. For the right to construct a street railway along Madison from Front to City Limits & along Mill & West Streets. Referred to Street Committee. From Geo R Smith et al for a fish stand foot of Washington Street. Denied Reports Rec'd From Health Officer submitting Annual report for the year ending June 30, 1883. Referred to Committee on Health & Police. From Health Officer [?]

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686 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sep 18 1885 Be it remembered taht on this the 18th day of September A D 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 Henry L Yesler & Councilmen R H Calligan, Jacob Furth, Geo W Hall, W A Harrington, John Keenen, T W Lake Chas McDonald and G W Young Where the following proceedings were had to wit: Petitions Petitions of John Collins et al praying that James Street be planked from its intersection withFront Street to Second Street; On motion of Councilman Furth the Clerk is instructed to insert Cherry Street also. and the petitionreferred to the Committee on Streets. Petition of W H Bow et al praying for a bridge on Lincoln Street North of Sixth Street. Rederred to Committee on Streets Petition of Fred Gasch et al for a sewer from Washington Street sewer through South 5th St to Mill St with necessary branches. Referred to Committee on Sewers & Drainage Petition of W C Hawthorne et al praying for Gas Lamps Corner of Madison and 5th, Madison and 6th and Madison and 7th. Referrd to Committee on Gas Lights Communication from D E Blaine offering to deliver lumber to the City in accordance with bid of E F Blaine guaranteeing that the hauling should not cost more there from any other Mill received and read, and on motion of Councilman Furth laid on the table. Communications from Allmond and Phillips offering to re-cast broken bell on tower of Engine House No 2 rec'd and read and referred to Committee of Fire and Water with authority to contract.

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SEATTLE FIRE DEPARTMENT

Seattle, Wash. Jan 21 1891

Hon Board of Fire Comrs

Seattle Wash.

Dear Sirs:

As per a resolution passed by your Hon body at last session I hereby respy submit locations for additional boxes for fire alarm purposes.

Corner of Marion + West Sts

" of Washn + South Second

" of Pine + Sixth Sts

" of Madison & Fifth "

I would also recommend the changing of box at corner of Pine + 3rd to corner of Pike and Third, and box at Spring + West to University + West.

Should these additions be made I would have then but one box on hand not in use having fire now. As I

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781 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Apr 16 1886 building on motion the petition is granted Fro M Hays for refunding of taxes paid by mistake referred to Finance Commitee From T H Dempsey et al for opening of Williamson Street from Madison to Eades referred to Street Commitee From Mauer and Steinle et al for extension of liquor licenses of 15 day o a/c of closing during martial law referred to License Committee From M Bailey et al for drainage of pond on 3d Street between Leonora & Blanchard referred to Sewer Committee From W C T U praying that Mrs F N Ledger be allowed to peddle articled of her own manufacture without paying a license on motion referred to License Committee Moved that the Council reconsider its action in referred petition of W C T U to the license committee lost by the following vote to wit: in favor thereof Councilmen J Furth and G W Hall; against Councilmen R H Calligan, C McDonald J J Post and G W Young On motion the License committee is empowered to act in the matter of petition of W C T U From W G Curtis et al protesting against the Grading of 4th st fromBattery to Virginia, on motion the petition is laid on the table The following reports are received From His Honor the Mayor, that charges of conduct unbecoming an officer having been preferred against Capt.

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