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Minutes from July 28, 1886

Transcript     Original document David Oppenheimer offers a choice of two city lots on Powell Street as a donation for future City Buildings. Alderman E.P. Hamilton to supervise, and the City to pay twenty five dollars toward clearing all flammable materials from Cambie Street from the Bay to Cordova Street, providing the property owners […]

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Minutes from July 26, 1886

Transcript     Original document Plans for a Fire Hall to be drafted at once, and budget of $100 set for purchase of a Fire Bell A roadway at the foot of Carrall Street is being constructed for the Steam Fire Engine These minutes were transcribed in June, 2015 by guest transcriber Pauline White and […]

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Minutes from July 21, 1886

Transcript     Original document A committee was formed to investigate charges against Police Commissioner John Boultbee. Two water tanks to be constructed, one at the intersection of Water & Cordova Streets, the other at Oppenheimer & Columbia. These minutes were transcribed in June 2015 by guest transcriber Pauline White and funded through the generosity […]

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Minutes from July 14, 1886

Transcript     Original documents Royal City Planing Mills allowed to lay a pipe from Harris Street to their mills on False Creek. Construction of an inclined roadway at Station No 1 (north end of Carrall Street) and a tank at Station No 2 (Cordova Street between Abbott and Cambie. The City to advertise for a Treasurer, […]

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Minutes from May 13, 1886

transcript     original document (half of single page) minutes of previous meeting adopted adjourned to plan the celebration of Dominion Day (July 1, 1886)

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Minutes from May 13, 1886

Transcript     Original document Minutes of previous meeting read and adopted The Council then adjourned to attend the public meeting called by the Mayor to celebrate Dominion Day

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