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JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE

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Yesler Mill Co lumber No. 308 $66.10 James Campbell labor 309 65. Geo. Hampton boarding prisoners 311 42.80 Luther Albee labor. 310 62.50 Gordan Hardware Co nails & hardware 312 30.20 G.P. McFaden hauling lumber 313 27.25 G.N. Alexander horse & cart on beach road 314 24. Thos McNear labor on streets. 315 23.75 Roff Russell hauling dirt 316 12. Chas McDonald sharpening tools 317 2.50

Gas Fund Seattle Gas Light Co Gas No. 65 259.76

Fire Fund Carkeek & Nicholas Columbia St Engine House No 229 $650. W.A. Perry Engineer No 1 230 75. F.B. Cosper Engineer No 2 231 75. Young & McKern Cleaning out cistern 3d & Cherry 232 60. Young & McKern Stores & repairs 233 50.50 R.H. Calligan Coal & hauling 234 23. Chas McDonald Repairs to Engine House doors 235 23. Gordan Hardware Co Cleaning Material etc 236 15.45 L. Miller Hauling engines 237 12.50 G. Kellogg & Co Cleaning Material 238 11.80 Crockett & McCorkle Hauling Fire Engines to Fire 239 10. Cosper, McIntyre & Co Coal oil 240 5.50 G.N. Alexander Hauling Fire Engine 241 2.50 Anthony Holmes Socket & wrench 242 2.50 Waddell & Miles Packing etc 243 1.75

Jackson St Improvement # 398 G.N. Alexander Contract Work $5530.62 J.M. Snow Engineering 155.75

Main Street Improvement # 385 S.G. Simpson Contract Work $3697.40 J.M. Snow Engineering 95.

9th Street Improvement # 395 Franklin & Simpson Contract Work $2248.71

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443 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Mar 7/84 Ordered that the Clerk be & is hereby instructed re-deliver said Roll to the City Treasurer & annex thereto the proper warrant as provided by law Ordered that the Contract for the construction of the Cistern corner Battery & 3rd Streets be & is hereby awarded to Quigley & Rosburg on their bid & on giving a satisfactory bond in the sum of $500.00 Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Wednesday March 12. 1884 at 7 &1/2 o'clock P.M. Attest: E. S. Osborne Approved: H. G. Struve Mar 12/84 Be it remembered that on this the 12th day of March 1884 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment The following Officers are present, towit: His Honor the Mayor H. G. Struve & Councilmen Thos. Clancy, B. F. Day, Geo. W. Harris, John Keenen, Chas McDonald, B. L. Northrup, Otto Ranke, U. M. Rasin & F. W. Wusthoff Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Rec'd From Jacob Brunn for removal of obstructions foot of University Street. Referred to Street Committee From O. A. Holm for the right to erect steps to Oriental Hotel. Referred to Street Committee From F. H. Whitworth et al for opening Pine, Hayes, Villard & Boylston Streets & Chestnut Avenue. Referred to Street Committee From G. Kellogg & Co et al for establishing Fire Department. Granted & Fire Committee instructed to confer with the Attorney & Submit an Ordinance Reports Rec'd From the Fire Warden recommending an Ordiance to prevent stove pipes in roofs. Adopted & Attorney instructed to submit the proper Ordinance.

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443 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Mar 7/84 Ordered that the Clerk be & is hereby instructed re-deliver said Roll to the City Treasurer & annex thereto the proper warrant as provided by law Ordered that the Contract for the construction of the Cistern corner Battery & 3rd Streets be & is hereby awarded to Quigley & Rosburg on their bid & on giving a satisfactory bond in the sum of $500.00 Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Wednesday March 12. 1884 at 7 &1/2 o'clock P.M. Attest: E. S. Osborne Approved: H. G. Struve Mar 12/84 Be it remembered that on this the 12th day of March 1884 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment The following Officers are present, towit: His Honor the Mayor H. G. Struve & Councilmen Thos. Clancy, B. F. Day, Geo. W. Harris, John Keenen, Chas McDonald, B. L. Northrup, Otto Ranke, U. M. Rasin & F. W. Wusthoff Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Rec'd From Jacob Brunn for removal of obstructions foot of University Street. Referred to Street Committee From O. A. Holm for the right to erect steps to Oriental Hotel. Referred to Street Committee From F. H. Whitworth et al for opening Pine, Hayes, Villard & Boylston Streets & Chestnut Avenue. Referred to Street Committee From G. Kellogg & Co et al for establishing Fire Department. Granted & Fire Committee instructed to confer with the Attorney & Submit an Ordinance Reports Rec'd From the Fire Warden recommending an Ordiance to prevent stove pipes in roofs. Adopted & Attorney instructed to submit the proper Ordinance.

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568 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Dec 5/84 Ballard & Sox hardware No 727 $67.25 Gordan Hardware Co hardware 728 $33.40 Harrington & Smith hardware 729 $38.12 J. Seaman & Co use of horse 730 $8. G. Kellogg & Co medecines for team 732 $3.35 J. W. Hunt sharpening tools 733 $11.62 Wm Beattie steeing spokes 734 $3. Schwabacher Bros & Co saw 735 $1. R. H. Thomson engineering Main St Sewer 736 $32.95 Jones & Hubbell feed for team 737 & 738 $47.30 Gas Fund Seattle Gas Lt Co gas 97 $346.90 Washtn Iron Works Co lamp posts 98 $126. J. Schram & Co setting parts etc 99 $214.27 J. H. May attendlights 100 $51.40 Geo. Maynard painting gas light stand 101 $5. Fire Fund W. A. Perry engineer #1 No 497 $75. P. E. Smith engineer #2 498 $75. G. Kellogg & Co coal 499 $54.23 Young & McKern gas bracket at Engine House 500 $3. John McCaulay & Co repairs to pipe holders 501 $.75 G. Kellogg &Co packing 502 $.50 Water Fund Spring Hill Water water No 3 $128.50 Sharpe, Coffman & Co repairs to hydrant 4 $7.15 Fifth Street Grade #573 R. H. Thomson Engineering 1302 $36.50 Wm Harkins Contract Work 1305-1310 $387.82 Ordered that the Clerk be & is hereby instructed to cancel Warrant No 690 on Road Fund issued Nov 8, 1884 favor of Oregon and Trans-Continental R. R. Co for $43.00 Ordinances An Ordinance is submitted entitled "To amend Section 10 of Ordinance No 246"; After due consideration said Ordinance is adopted upon

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619 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Apr 3/85 G. Kellogg & Co Coal No. 539 $60.50 Young & McKern Work for Engineer 540 13.66 Chas McDonald Work for Fire Dept at Lake Union 541 14.25 W.M. Jones Repairing & Cleaning Engine House 542 10. Clarence Hanford Postal Cards 543 5. Hasbruck & Terry Medicines furnished for injured at oriental fire 544 2.50 John Langston Hauling injured from oriental fire 545 6.25 Providence Hospital Care of nine injured at oriental fire 546 6.50 Cemetary Fund G.H. Burns Hauling lumber to cemetary No. 51 $10. Ballard & Sox nails cemetary 52 3.75 Water Fund Spring Hill Water Co Water No. 19 $162.50 Gardner Kellogg Paint for hydrants 20 5.50 Claim of Hook & Ladder Co ordered referred to Board of the Delegates Committees Reports See Board of Fire Delegates sal. From Fire Committee recommending that the secretary of the Board of Fire Delegates be paid a salary as petitioned for. Re-committed Alley in Blks 25 & 28 Boren's Vacation of From Street Committee recommending the granting of the petition of James M. Coleman for vacating the alley in Blocks 25 & 28 of Boren's plat. Adopted Alley in Blk 98 Terrys Vacation of From Street Committee recommending the granting of the petition of Eliza J Ludlow for vacating the alley in Block 98 Terrys Plat. Adopted Howard St Condemnation From Street Committee on the petition of S.F. Hoskinson et al recommending as follows. That Elaine Street in D.T. Dennys 2nd addition be extended South to Sixth street in the Pontius addition and that Howard Street as shown on the plat of the Pontius addition be condemned & opened from Sixth street to South First Street in the Pontius addition. Report adopted 5th St Sewer Ordered that the prayer of the petition of Fridolin Wilhelm et al for a sewer in Fifth Street between James and Cherry Streets be & is hereby denied. Bid of Spring Hill Water Co accepted From Special Committee recommending that the bid of the Spring Hill Water Co to furnish water for fire plugs be accepted. Report adopted Miscellaneous McNaught's claim for damages James McNaught presents a claim against the City for damages in the sum of $1000 caused by the alleged negligent improvement

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