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491 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE June 16/84 Sidewalks per M B M [thousand Board Feet] $14. Box drains per M B M [thousand Board Feet] 19. Grubbing & cleaning per acre $90. Ordered that the bids be referred to Street Comtee to report next meeting. Ordered that the clerk be & he is hereby instructed to give 10 days public notice as required by law that a general election for all City Officers of this City of Seattle will be held on Monday July 14th 1884 The Officers to be elected are as follows to wit: One Mayor one Chief of Police, one Attorney, one Assessor, and from the 1st Ward 2 Councilmen for 2 years and one Councilman for one year: from the 2d Ward, 2 Councilmen for 2 years and one Councilman for one year and from the 3rd Ward 2 Councilmen for 2 years and one Councilman forone year. First Ward election to be held at the office of City Justice T H Cann on Washington Street Inspector O N Morse Judges Berry, Murphy and W H Barker Clerks Frank Plummer and B Rogers Second Ward Election to be held at the Engine House on Columbia Street Inspector D N Hyde Judges O C Shorey and Andrew Storah Clerk Robt Allen and Hiram Jacobs Third Ward Election to be held at North School House on 3rd Street Inspector Roswell Scott Judges W G Latimer & D T Denny clerks F E Sander & Marion Fry Consideration of Ordinances An ordinance is submitted entitled "Fixing the gas limits" After due consideration said Ordinance is adopted upon the following vote to wit: In favor of adoption Clancy, Day, Keenen, McDonald, Northrup, Ranke, Rasin & Wusthoff. Against adoption none. An Ordinance is submitted entitled "To assess and levy tax

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506 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE July 18/84 Be it remembered that on this the 18th day of July, 8114 the Common Council of the City of Seattel meets in its CouncilChamber pursuant to the call of His onor the Mayor H G Struve. The following Officers are present to wit: His Honor the Mayor H G Struve and Councilmen Thos Clancy, B F Day, 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 Kate Regan for removalof racks & Rubbish from property. Rejected From W R Brawley et al for improving Front Street between Pike and Wall Streets for Street Railway. Granted & Street Commissioner instructed to Make the improvements prayed for. From Chief of Police for an increase of salary to $150.00 per month granted Atty instructed to submit an Ordinance therefor. From Gordon Hardware Co for the right to keep powder in Store Granted upon the condition that the Committee on Fire & Water are satified that the place of storage is safe. Licenses Ordered Issued L B Parker for grocery license for 3 months from July 12, 1884 F Claus for grocery license for 3 months from July 12 Miles & McCormick for retail license for 3 months from July 15 Wm Busha forretail license for 3 months from July 17 Miles & Thomas for retail license for 3 months from July 17 Claims PIad The following 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 E S Osborne Services as Registrar No 745 $157.95 S D HoweMember of the Board of Registration 746 $15. Andrew StorahMember of the Board of Registration 747 $15. Frank SeidelMember of the Board of Registration 748 $15. Herald Pub Co Printing Registration list 749 $146.50 R E Robertson Special Officer Election Day 750 $1. [?] Special Officer Election Day 751 $3.

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591 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Feb 6/85 From the Atty on pending litigation Ordered filed. Resolution for fire engine A resolution is rec'd from Engine Co #4 regarding a fire Engine Referred to Comtee on Fire and Water Engine to Belltown Ordered that the Remonstrance against moving Engine Co #2 be taken from the table & be referred to the Comtee on Public Buildings Property and Grounds. Front St bulkhead The Atty makes a report on the matter of repairing bulkheads on the West Side of Front Street. Atty instructed to make further report Comtee Reports Committee Reports From Street Comtee rejecting the petition of R Levy for rebating Road Poll tax paid. Report adopted E Ellis Sidewalk From Street Comtee on the petition of R Scott recommending that Edwin Ellis be required to construct a sidewalk fronting his property Cor 3rd & Pike Streets. Report adopted Licenses Referred Applications for licenses referred O'Shea, Parent, John Shepich, Andrew Storah, S Baxter & Co, Lewis Silven, John T Lester, Boegli and Braillard, Wm Grose, ]]Schwabacher Bros & Co]], Frank P Heinen, August Wolff, Fred Gasch, Grubb & Johnson, Bernard Kurz, Wm Busha, Scholpp & Kallson, Claus & Harms, Andrew Storah, John Feigh, Margaret Sullivan, Blanchard and Smith, Andrew Hemrich, Flynn & Anderson Licenses Issued Licenses Ordered Issued John McCary for Retail liquors for 3 months from Jan 15, 1885 Bittner & Theiler forGrocery for 3 months from Jan 16, 1885 Small & McMaster for Retail liquors for 3 months from Jan 17, 1885 Bersch & Hink for Retail liquors for 3 months from Feb 1, 1885 Andrew Lumm & Co for Retail liquors for 3 months from Jan 26, 1885 James Miles for Retail liquors for 3 months from Jan 15, 1885 H Kersey for Retail liquors for 3 months from Jan 12, 1885 Shaw & Alger for Retail liquors for 3 months from Jan 9, 1885 A E Alden for Retail liquors for 3 months from Jan 1, 1885 [Chas F O'Hara]] for Retail liquors for 3 months from Jan 7, 1885 Wm Busha for Retail liquors for 3 months from Jan 17, 1885

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598 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Feb 9/85 Bernard Kurz for Retail malt liquors for 3 months from Feb 6,1885 Blanchard & Smith for Retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from Feb 11,1885 Frank P Hemen for Retail intoxicating liquors for 6 months from Feb 8,1885 Margaret Sullivan for Retail malt liquors for 3 months from Feb 15,1885 Fred Gasch for Retail malt liquors for 6 months from Feb 8,1885 John Feigh for Retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from Feb 8,1885 Flynn & Anderson for Retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from Feb 8,1885 Andrew Storah for Retail malt liquors for 3 months from Feb14,1885 Grubb & Johnson for Retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from Feb 1,1885 Scholpp & Kallsen for wholesale malt liquors for 3 months from Jan 27,1885 Wm Grose for Retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from Feb 1,1885 John T Lester for Retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from Feb 17,1885 Andrew Heninch for Retail malt liquors for 3 months from Feb 14,1885 Claus & Harms for Retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from Feb 1,1885 O'Shea & Parent for Retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from Feb 13,1885 Louis Silvin for Retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from Feb 7,1885 The vote on granting said licenses is as follows: In favor of the same Frye, Rinehart, Snyder, Sox & Yesler. Against the same Northrup. Ordinances Bonds Mayor & Clerk to execute An Ordinance is submitted entitled "An ordinance to authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute certain Bonds" After due consideration said ordinance is adopted upon the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Frye, Latimer, Northrup, Rinehart, Snyder, Sox, &Yesler. Against adoption none. Miscellaneous Fifth St Grade cost of The Clerk submits the statement of Cost of Fifth Street Grade. Re-referred to Clerk to make correction. Comcial Mill & Front St planking The motion is made & adopted that the Street Commissioner be & is hereby instructed to complete the planking of Commercial, Mill, & Front Streets as originally ordered. In favor of said motion Latimer, Rinehart, Snyder, & Sox. Against the same Frye, Northrup, & Yesler The motion is made & adopted that is the sense of this Council that when the planking of Commercial, Mill & Front Streets is completed, that the same shall be paid for by a levy upon the abutting property as special assessment districts created for that purpose according to law & the ordinances of the City.In favor of said motion Northrup, Rinehart, Snyder, Sox. Against the same

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625 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE on Lot 2 Blk 8 Boren's Plat granted Reports Rec'd From Chief of Police ordered filed From Street Commissioner ordered filed From Justice Geo G Lyon ordered filed From Jailor ordered filed From Health Officer submitting quarterly report. Adopted and City Atty instructed to submit oas Ordinance to compel the connectionof sink drains with sewers From Atty on pending litigatin Adopted Fron City Justice Ordered Filed From Treasurer referred to finance Comtee From Chief of Fire Dept on sale on condemned hose & returning $78.00 of moneys collected on a/c of such sale. Ordered filed From Street Comtee recommending the granting of the petition of C W Lawton et al for opeing Mill Street. Report adopted Applications for Licenses Referred Gumbert & Dickman]], Lewis Silrim, Wm Waugh, Geo Meister, E Champeaux A F Hill, Walters Bros & Co, John Lester, Bernard Kurz & Henry Manes & Co, Patrick Flynn, Chas Ross, John Bramley, & Morgan & Lawrence Licenses Ordered Issued Ordered that licenses be issued as follows, towit: John Feigh for retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from May 8 S A Scullen for retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from May 11 Julius W Smith for retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from May 8 Aug Wolff for retail malt liquors for 3 months from May 13 Boegli & Brailland for retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from May 12 O'Shea & Parent for retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from May 13 Andrew Storah for retail malt liquors for 3 months from May 14 Able & Townsend for retail intoxicating liquors for 3 months from May 13

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