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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican. — 26 February 1896

VOL. I NO. 27. COURT NOTES. \ Annie Rooney, who has possibly been ar \ rested more than any other woman in this city, was arrested this morning charged wi.jh being drunk. Judge Humes this morning signed a judgment against Charles W. Saunders in favor of E. H. Camp in the sum of $507.40. . Judge Humes signed the decree of di vorce in the case of Annie M.'Brown vs. '■-'.:" George E. Brown. - Marriage licenses were issued this morn > ing to Walter Shannon and Miss Lulu Rey- I nolds, both of Seattle; Vito Martineli and Miss Caiterlna Cox, both of Enumolaw. ' The written consent of Miss Cox*g^;ents was given, as she is only 16 year^Jßr Edward Davis, a native of ales, was made a citizen of the United States this morning by Judge Humes. -•■--.. ■•■ ' ' " '' STOLE A STORE Louis Moore, who was arrested by Offi cer Griffith while attempting to burglarize a crockery store on ike street, has turn ed out to be a noted burglar. Detective Corbett and Officer Griffith went to Moore's room in the...

Publication Title: Daily Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican. — 26 February 1896

THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF 1 SEATTLE.—Continued. municipal, county, district or state offi- i ; cers after the year one thousand eight I i hundred and ninety-six. |< Sec. 6. No change in the boundary of i : any ward shall operate to abolish any i • office or exclude any councilman or other { ; city officer from office, before the expira tion of the term for which the incumbent : was elected or appointed. ARTICLE 111. Distribution of Government. Section 1. The government of the city of , m Seattle shall be divided into fourteen de- j partments and no more, that is to say: • 1. The Legislative Department. 2. The Executive Department. 3. The Clerical Department. 4. The Department of Police. 5. The Department of Public Works. 6. The Department of Finance. 7. The Department of Sanitation. I • S. The Fire Department. ; 9. The Harbor Department. * 10. The Department of Parks. . 11. The Library Department. 12. The Law Department. 13. The Judicial Department. P...14. The Civil Service Dep...

Publication Title: Daily Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican. — 26 February 1896

THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE.—Continued. for the making of which are directly or in directly to be derived, in whole or in part, ■_ — iron; the assessments upon ■ the property benefited thereby, and such Improvements as the city council shall by ordinance pre scribe shall be made by contract, to be let to the lowest bidder therefor, under the management of the board of public works. It '■.hall be made a condition of every such contract that it shall not be sublet unless for the furnishing of material; provided, however that the city council may, by a two-thirds vote by ordinance provide other wise as to any particular contract. Sec. 11. Subdivision 1. Whenever the public interest or convenience may require, the city council is hereby authorized and empowered to order the whole or any part of-the streets, lanes, alleys, squares or places of the city graded or regraded to the official grade, planked or replanked, paved or re paved, macadamized ■ or remaeadamiz3d, graveled or reg...

Publication Title: Daily Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican. — 26 February 1896

THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE.—Continued. legislation by him deemed necessary to im prove the condition and administration o< the fire department, and shall report in like manner fully to the city council the busi ness and condition of the fire department, showing the number of alarms responded to, the estimated loss by each fire during the year, with tne cause thereof, with such other information as he can furnish tend ing to throw light UDon the advancement or improvement of the department and the necessities thereof; also an estimate of money required to pay salaries and ex penses of the tire department for the en suing fiscal year, specifying in detail the items for which the same will be required. Fifth— chief shall have such further powers and be subject to such further du ties as may be granted or imposed by the city council, except as otherwise in this I Charter provided. Sixth— shall be the duty of the chiei of the fire department to. inspect and keep a record of al...

Publication Title: Daily Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican. — 2 March 1896

VOL. I NO. 32 AT THE ARMORY The Republicans' Last Rally to Night YOU ARE INVITED Bring Your Family With You By all Means MAYOR BLACK WILL BE THERE Miss McKinney Will Sing on the Oc casion— An Excellent Quarttete Will Discourse Some Choice Se lections — Special Arrangements To Entertain Ladies. The last end grandest rally of the pres ent municipal contest will take place this evening. This meeting promises to be the most interesting and best attended meet ing that the Republicans have yet had, and that is saying a great deal. The ccm j| mittee has given the preparations for it ■ their special attention and they hope to B be rewarded for their labors by seeing the hall more than full of guests.. The c»>m- Hmittee is very desirous that a very large Bnumber of ladies will ba present, as the Bbrogramme will be Interspersed with some JBhoice musical selections. Miss Marguerite Hjfc-Kinney, Seattle's favorite prima donna Bm) be on hand, and will favor the audi- HJ*. with' some of her mo...

Publication Title: Daily Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican. — 2 March 1896

PHE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF ' 1 SEATTLE.— municipal, county, district or state ofli- J .ers after the year one thousand eight i hundred and ninety-six. ' < See. 6. No change in the boundary of i any ward shall operate to abolish any • office or exclude any councilman or other ; city officer from office, before the expira- , tion of the term for which the incumbent : was elected ot appointed. : ARTICLE 111. .Distribution of Government. Section 1. The government of the city of . Seattle, shall be divided into fourteen de partments and no more, that is to say: 1. The Legislative Department. 2. The Executive Department. 3. The Clerical Department. 4. The Department of Police. 5. The Department of Public Works. 6. The Department of Finance. 7. The Department of Sanitation. 8. The Fire Department. 9. The Harbor Department. 10. The Department of Parks. 11. The Library Department. 12. The Law Department. 13. The Judicial Department 14. The Civil Service Department. Sec. 2. The said depart...

Publication Title: Daily Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican. — 2 March 1896

THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE.—Continued. for the making of which are directly or in directly to be derived, in whole or in part, from the assessments upon the property benefited thereby, and such improvements as the city council shall by ordinance pre scribe shall be made by contract, to be let to the lowest bidder therefor, under the management of the board of public works. It shall be made a condition of every such contract that it shall not be sublet unless for the furnishing of material; provid2d, however, that the city council may, by a two-th'rds vote by ordinance provide other wise as to any particular contract. Sec. 11. Subdivision 1. Whenever the public interest or convenience may require, the city council is hereby authorized and empowered to order the whole or any part of the streets, lanes, alleys, squares orplaces of the city graded or regraded to the official grade, planked or replanked, paved or re paved, macadamized or remacadamiz^d, graveled or regraveled, pil...

Publication Title: Daily Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Republican. — 2 March 1896

■CHARTER OF THE CITY OF j ' - . 1 1& SEATTLE.—Continued. . S. H^ation by him deemed necessary to im- SSraV'e the conditior and administration of SWefire department, and shall report in like i;"Hfna nner fully to the city council the busi :-.jßfil(lSS and condition of the fire department, tap* showing the number of alarms responded ■ to, the estimated loss by each fire during % j the year, with the cause thereof, with such H other information as he can furnish tend- H ing to throw light upon the advancement EeH "r improvement of the department and geS the necessities thereof; \ also an estimate MM of money "required to pay salaries and ex ■ ■ penses of the lire department for the en "IS suing fiscal year, specifying in detail the ;»-.W>.items for which the same will be required. '.§8 Fifth—The chief shall have such further ;■■ ■^■towers and be subject to such further du -"■Hfiies as may be -granted or imposed by the :;'SHMty council, except as otherwise in this pMLCharter prov...

Publication Title: Daily Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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