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743 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Feb 5 1886 From Same committee returning report of the chief of the Fire Department in regard to Engineer James Ingraham with the recommendation that the same be tabled for the reason that there are no charges made against said Ingrahamsave that of ill feeling. adopted From Committee on Beach Road reporting that of the 40 lots across which the proposed road would run the free right of way had been obtained of 33 and negotiations were in progress to secure the right of way across the remaining 7 Report adopted and on motion the City Attorney is directed to draw the necessary ordinance establishing said highway. From Committee on Public Grounds reporting that the soil of the City Park was not in suitable condition for transplanting shrubbery and recommending that the matter be indefinately postponed. adopted From the City Attorney reporting that Geo H Wright is not in in his opinion entitled to the return of his Road Poll tax as asked for, as the said Wright was not connected with the Fire Department at the time the assessment was made and therefore cannot claim his exemption. Adopted Also an verbal report from the City Attorney that in his opinion the ordinance for the licensing of the sale of fruit trees heretofore submitted is invalid. Applications for License Referred E H Huntley, Harris & Peters, E Champeaux, Richentenwald & Co, M J McDonough, John T Lester, A & J Heimrich, A Slorah, Margaret O'Shea, Jacob Boegli, Oliver Parent, Fred Gasch, John Feigh, Aug Wolfff, W Waugh, Andrew Slorah, A Walters & Co, B Kurtz, Eugene O'Connor & Thomas Radcliffe Licenses Ordered Issues The following licenses are ordered issues viz: John Heimrich Jr Retail Intox 3 months from Jany 16th 1886 Wm McMasters Retail Intox 3 months from Jany 17th 1886

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750 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Feb 19 1886 Councilman Furth the moves to dismiss police officers Wm H Pinckney, James Burke, and James Welch, carried On motion of Councilman Hall acting Chief of Police Wm Murphy is by a unanimous vote of the Council requested to resign Committee Repornts Recieved From Committee on License and Revenue recommending that the petition of Andrew Slorah praying that Ordinance No 639 be so amended as to omit the license on Breweries doing a purely wholesale business, be granted and that the City Atty be directed to draw and submit the necessary ordinance. Adopted From Street Committee returning petition of F T Johnson et al for the opening of Clay Street from Front St to Fourth St and for three blocks along Box Street recommending that the same be granted. Adopted From Committee on Sewers and Drainage recommending that the Petition of Fred Gasch et al for the extension of Union Street sewer be laid over for the present. Adopted Applkcation for Licenses referred John Levy, J P Feigh, Henry Auernheimer, Ernst Romey, A F Hill, Charles Ross, Schwabacher Bros & Co, F S Curtis John Shepich, and Gumbert and Dickman Licenses Ordered Issued E H Huntley Retail Intoxicating 3 months from Feby 11 Harms & Peters Retail Intoxicating 3 months from Feby 20 E Champeaux Retail Intoxicating 3 months from Mar 5 Richleuvald & Co Retail Intoxicating 3 months from Feby 14 M J McDonough Retail Intoxicating 3 months from Feby 13 A & J Heimrich Retail Malt 3 months from Feby 14 Aug Wolff Retail Malt 3 months from Feby 13 W Waugh Retail Malt 3 months from Feby 16

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3 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE May 7 1886 From Custodian of Powder House received and ordered placed on file From Park Commissioners approved the following reports of Committees are received: From License Committee on petitionof Mauer and Steinle et al for allowance for time closed by martial law recommending that the petition be not granted; adopted From License Committee on petition of W C T U that Mrs F H Leger be permitted to peddle articles of her own manufacture without license, recommending that the petition be granted; adopted From Finance Committee returning report of City Surveyor of closing measurement of Union Street sewer, with the approval and recommending that the Contractor S Simpson be allowed the sum of $154.90 on motion the report is approved and warrant ordered drawn in accordance therewith From Finance Committee on petition of M Hays for refund of taxes paid by mistake recommending that the petition be granted and the petitioner be allowed the sum of $5.27 on motionthereport is adopted and warrants ordered drawn in accordance therewith. From License Commitee on petition of Wolters & Co for rebate on liquor license, recommending that the petition be not allowed, on motion the report is adopted The following petition for liquor licenses are read and refered to the License Committee: M J McDonough, O N Moore, E Romey, F P Herman, A Wolters, Wolters & Co, J T Lester, E C Huntley, B King, A SLorah, W Waugh, W F Allen, John Feigh, Thos Anderson, L Dillon, A & J Hemrich Margaret Harmon

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68 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Aug 11 1886 Be it remembered that on this11th day of August 1886 the CommonCouncil of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. The following Officers are present to wit: Mayor W H Shoudy and Councilmen Coulter, Furth, Frink, Green Hinckley]], Lake, Russell and Reitze Whereupon the following proceedings were had to wit: Communication from Street Commissioner Cummings in regard to Front Street sidewalk received, read and referred to Street Committee. Report of Justice G A Hill for month of July referred to Judiciary Committee. Committee Reports Received From Judiciary Committee recommending that the claim of J H Woolery for $200. be not allowed. Adopted From same committee returning with their approval the monthly reports of Justice G A Lyon & City Jailor James Bogart adopted. Licenses Referred Gumbert & Dickman & M J McDonough Claims Allowed The following claims against the City having been duly audited and allowed are ordered paid by warrants drawn audited and allowed are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the several funds as follows to wit: J D Thompson Warrant #1844 City 23.06 Special Police T Bueter Warrant #1845 City 14.68 Special Police C Hoisington Warrant #1846 City 18.87 Special Police [total]56.61 Seattle Gas Light Co Warrant #157 Gas 471.99 Gas etc July Wilson & Wiggins Warrant #886 Fire 5.00 Work on Jackson St Fire Boardman & Woolery Warrant #887 Fire 6.00 Washing Hose F M Willard Warrant #888 Fire 3.00 Washing Hose James Dunham Warrant #889 Fire 2.50 Ex work at fire Warner & Manning Warrant #890 Fire 6.00 Washing Hose Spring Hill Water Co Warrant #42 Water 203.50 Water July

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118 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Nov 26 1886 Ole Nelson Retail Intox Liquor 3 Months Jack Connors Retail Intox Liquor 3 Months A Slorah Retail Intox Liquor 3 Months Gumbert & Clinch Retail Intox Liquor 3 Months R Lowe & Co Retail Intox Liquor 3 Months M J McDonough Retail Intox Liquor 3 Months A Wolters Retail Intox Liquor 3 Months Wilton & Jordison Retail Intox Liquor 3 Months E Champeaux Retail Intox Liquor 3 Months H M Peters Retail Intox Liquor 3 Months E C Huntley Retail Intox Liquor 3 Months W F Allen & Co Retail Intox Liquor 3 Months The vote upon issuing said licenses is a follows viz: In favor of same Coulter, Furth, Frink, Green, Hinckley, Russell & Reitze, Against None. Bills allowed The following claims against the City having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the several funds as follows viz: Name Warrant/Fund Amount Remarks J P Ludlow 2004 City 31.80 Dist Court Clerks fee B B Allen 2005 City 7.50 Dist Court Clerks fee Post Intelligencer 2006 City 104.50 Dist Court Clerks fee A H Manning 2007 City 56.33 Dist Court Clerks fee McDonald & Kallock 959 Fire 6.00 Washing Hose O C Shorey & Co 960 Fire 2.50 Repairing #1 Hose Cart Jno E Good 961 Fire .75 Bell Clapper Hose Cart No 2 James Tanner 962 Fire 4.00 Painting Engine House #4 Lake Union Fire Co 963 Fire 24.00 Furniture for Engine House #4 Warren & Perkins 964 Fire 6.00 Washing Hose for Engine House #4 W R Forrest Pur Agt 965 Fire 5.75 Lamps for Engine House #4 Miscellaneous On motion of Councilman Furth the street Commissioner is instructed to Connect the South end of Grant Street Plank Road with the Beach Road

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