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The City's Expenditures

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Parent Issue
Day
11
Month
August
Year
1899
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

Aid. Bauriltun of the finance cotn mittee reponed last Hvening the followijDg amonnts to be charged to their respective funds: Contingent, $1,335.91; fire, $60.32; poor, #88.73; pĆ³lice, f276. 80 general sewer, $104.53 ; Street, f 1,998.82; cemetery, $192.10; stat dog tax, 11.50; bridges, cniverts ana crosswalks, 249.19; total, $4,397.70 Aid. Hamilton said the uommittee had another bill which they wanted to report separately, they did not know about it. It was that of Bert Krause. aewer inspector at 2.50 a day, a total of $7. 75. Aid. Brown remarked Bert had been recently werking for the govrnment for $13 a mouth and it better be paid. He was competent and the charge was not excessive. It was nnamoinusly ordered paid.