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329 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 9/83 Third & 4th Streets The Motion for the recommendation of the vote by which the Contract for the Improvement of Pine St under the Ord 421 was awarded the Harkins & Strong & entered on Page 323 is lost by the following vote to wit: in Favor of reconsideration Day & Harris. Against the same Ranke, Wusthoff & Rasin. Ordered that the vote by which the order for retaining $500.00 from any Warrants issued or to be issued to Cummings by reason of thereof failure to enter into contracts for the Improvements of Cherry & South 3rd Streets be & the same is hereby reconsidered. In favor of such reconsideration, Day, Wusthoff & Rasin. Against the same Harris & Ranke. The motion to retain $500.00 out of any Warrants to be issued Keenen & Cummings or either of them is lost upon the following vote to wit: If favor motion Harris & Ranke against same Day, Wusthoff, Rasin Ordered that the vote by which the order for retaining $500.00 from any Warrants issued or to be issued to Keenen & Cummings by reason of their failure to enter into contracts for the Improvement of Cherry & South 3rd Streets be & th same is hereby reconsidered. In favor of such reconsideration Day, Wusthoff & Rasin. Against the same Harris & Ranke Ordered that the Warrants already issued & in the hands of the Clerk favoring Cummings & Strong on Columbia street Improvement for $500.00 be delivered to the parties entitled thereto. In favor of said order Day Wusthoff & Rasin. Against the same Ranke & Harris. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Friday August 17,1883 at 8 o'clock pm Attest: E S Osborne clerk Approved H G Struve mayor Aug 17/83 Be it remembered that on this the 17th day of August, 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 Councilment Thomas Clancy, B F Day, Geo W Harris, U M Rasin, Otto Ranke, Charles McDonald and F W Wusthoff. Thereupon the following porceedings are had: Petitions Rec'd From T H Hackett et al remonstrating against changing the grade on Madison Street between 5th and 6th Street. Referred to Streets

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330 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Aug 17/83 From L C Moore et al for the payment of monies due S F Hoole on his Washington Street contract to the laborers. Referred to Streets. From H A Atkins for sparing shade trees on Columbia Street Referred to Streets. from Wm S Harrington et al for reducing license on Book Canvassers. Referred to Licenses and Revenue. From Charles Naher et al for appointing Thomas H Bates a Detective. Referred to Comtee on Police. From "The Seattle Street Railway Co" for a franchise to construct Street railways on Front et al Streets and Submitting an Ordinance therefor. referred to Streets. From Mrs. Charles O Boerner for transferring Retail liquor license of Charles O Boerner. Referred to Licenses & Revenue. From Columbia and Puget Sound R R Co. for Improvement of foots of Main, Jackson, and Washington Streets and for the right to collect tolls and wharfage. Referred to Harbor & Wharves. From John Glen et al for changing the grade corner 11th & Pine Streets. Referred to Streets. From F C Comstock et al for grading Washington Street, 9th to 12th. Referred to Streets. Reports Rec'd From the attorney on the matter of appropriating money towerds the Villard celebration. Referred to Judiciary Comtee. From the attorney on the matter of an ordinance to prohibit the employment of Chinese on Public Imporvements, Referred to Judiciary. From the Clerk reccommending an amendment to ordinance No 312 with reference to team numbers. Referred to licenses. From the Surveyor submitting grade lines on Jackson Street. Referred to Streets. From the Surveyor submitting grade lines on Battery Street. Referred

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331 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 17/83 From Surveyor submitting Final Statement of Work done on Seneca Street under Ord No 401, Referred to Streets. From Surveyor Submitting final Statement of Work done on Eighth Street under Ord No 388. Referred to Streets. Committees Reports Rec'd From Health and Police reporting back with out recommendation the petition fo J W Smith for a Specail Policeman. Re-committed From Health and Police recommending the appointment of 2 additional night policemen. Adopted & Atty instructed to submit an Ordinance therefor. Licenses Granted The following applications for licenses having been duly approved by the Committeee on Licenses& Revenue, Licenses are ordered issued as follows to wit: O'Shea &Neda for Retail liquors for 3 months from August 11,1883 Helmer & Jones for Retail liquors for 3 months from August 14,1883 Haller & Fortier for Grocery for 3 months from August 11,1883 S Baxter & Co for Wholesale for 6 months from August 10,1883 Schwabacher Bros & Co for Wholesale for 6 months from August 9,1883 J H Wilson for Bowling Alley for 3 months from August 11,1883 Applications Referred S S Bailey for Retail liquors Bids Received And now the Council proceeds to open the bids for the City printing for the ensuing year, which bids are as follows, to wit: First Bid: Herald Publishing Co nonpareil type notices etc per inch 1st insertion 50 cents Herald Publishing Co nonpareil type notices etc per inch Subsequent insertion 20 cents Second Bid: Herald Publishing Co nonpareil type notices etc per inch 1st insertion 95 cents Herald Publishing Co nonpareil type notices etc per inch Subsequent insertion 65 cents Chronicle Publishing Co bevier type notices etc per inch 1st insertion 75 cents Chronicle Publishing Co bevier type notices etc per inch Subsequent insertion 45 cents. Ordered that the Contact of the City printing be & it is hereby awarded to the Herald Publishing Co upon their 1st bid. And now the Council proceeds to open the bids for the gas work for the ensuing year. Which bids are as follows, to wit: Waddell & Wiles Lantern & Posts $18.

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332 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Aug 17/83 Waddell & Wiles Lanterns $29.00 Waddell & Wiles Extra Work per hour 50 cents Seattle Gas Light Co Lamp Posts $11.00 Seattle Gas Light Co Lamps 7.00 Seattle Gas Light Co Street Cocks & Burners 1.00 Seattle Gas Light Co 3/4 inch pipe per foot .08 Seattle Gas Light Co 1/2 inch pipe per foot .07 Seattle Gas Light Co 3/8 inch pipe per foot .06 Seattle Gas Light Co Labor per hour 50 cents Seattle Gas Light CoLighting Per month 1 cleaning per week $1.00 Seattle Gas Light CoLighting Per month 2 cleanings per week $1.25 Ordered that all the foregoing bids be & They are hereby referred to the Comtee on Gas Lights. And now the Council proceeds to open & consider the bids for the completion of the grading of Washington Street Ord 369 which bids are follows, to wit: G N Alexander Earthwork per cu yd 49&1/2 cents G N Alexander Box Drains per M B M[thousand board feet] $25.00 Frahm & Simpson Earthwork per cu yd 50 cents Frahm & Simpson Box Drains per M B M[thousand board feet] $25.00 Ordered that said bids be referred to the Street Comtee Claims Piad The following claimshaving been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds & inthe amounts following to wit: Eighth St Improvement Ord 388 J M Snow Engineering $35.00 G N Alexander Bal. due on Contract $1622.45 Senea St Improvement Ord 401 J M Snow Engineering $21.00 G N Alexander Bal. due on Contract $1668.94 Committee Rpeorts Rec'd From Street Comtee recommending that the Contract for the completion of the grading of Washington Street be awarded to G N Alexander upon executing a bond in the sum of $10000.00. Adopted Ordered that said G N Alexander be granted an extension

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333 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 17/83 of time for the completion of the grading of Washington Street until November 1,1883. Ordinances Rec'd From the Attorney submitting an Ordinance entitled "To provide for the appointment of two additional night policemen." Thereupon after due consideration the same is adopted upon the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Clancy, Day, [Harris]], McDonald, Rasin, Ranke & Wusthoff. Against adoption none. From the Attorney submitting an Ordinance entitled "To provide for the Grading and improvement of Battery Street" Laid over until next meeting. From the Attorney submitting an Ordinance entitled "To provide for the grading and improvement of Jackson Street" Laod pver untilnext meeting From the Attorney submitting an Ordinance entitiled "To provide for construction of sidewalks upon the followingvote, to wit: In favor of adoption Clancy, Day, [Harris]], McDonald,Rasin, Ranke & Wusthoff. Against adoption none. From the Attorney submitting an Ordinance entitled "To provide for changing the grade of Fifth Street" Laid over until next meeting From the Attorney, submitting an Ordinance entitled "To provide for changing the grade of Fourth Street", thereuponafter due consideration the same is adopted upon the following vote, to wit: In favor of adoption Clancy, Day, [Harris]], McDonald, Rasin, Ranke & Wusthoff. Against adoption none. Miscellaneous Ordered that the Committee of Three be appointed by His Honor the Mayor for the purpose of submitting to the Council all necessary amendments to the City Charter which are intended to be presented

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