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    • Nov. 11, 1875 . . . R . R. Birkbeck and C. J . Arthur each donated land, 20 rods long a n d 2 rods wide, for s t r e e t s for the consideration of 20 rods of good pole fence for West Street. The Council paid Joseph H . Smith $30 per a c r e for...
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    • JOHN CHATTERLEY Biography 1835 - 1922 John Chatterley, a member of the first group of colonizers to settle Cedar City, was born in Salford,, a s u b u r b of Manchester, England, July 4 , 1835, the son of Joseph and Nancy Morton Chatterley. He had...
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    • Nov. 16. 1876.. .Petition of John V. Adams and 228 o t h e r s praying t h a t no more licenses be g r a n t e d for t h e disposal of intoxicating d r i n k s was r e a d . On motion, the wishes of said petitioners were accepted. Dec. 7, 1876. ....
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    • Nov. 22, 1880.. .Recommendation that t h e West Field Committee collect a tax of 556 on all city lots north of the Slanting Ditch to cover expenses. City Watermaster was released from further services. and the office of Water S u ~ e r v i s o r...
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    • across the creek opposite the residence of D . S . Macfarlane. After consultation, the petition of Cannon and Taylor was granted. Property deeded. (valued a t $500 but given a t $50, with the option that the property would revert back to the City...
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    • April 23, 1885.. . T h e Mayor called the attention of the Council to brick being b u r n e d near dwelling houses in t h i s City, a s injurious to health and endangering p r o p e r t y . Matter r e f e r r e d to Judiciary Committee. The Mayor...
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    • asking for yearly license to c a r r y on dance t h e a t r e etc. was referred to the Committee on Petitions. The following appointments were made: T . B. Wright--City Sexton, Dogtax Collector, and Scavenger: M. H. Dalley--Surveyor; George W ....
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    • To the Honorable Mayor and City Council, Cedar City. Whereas the rise of intemperance is Utah ... Gentlemen: growing to an alarming extent in Cedar City and drawing within its meshes of destruction many young men of this town. And whereas the...
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    • renewal of said license if all the provisions of the ordinances of the City had been complied with, as there was no prohibitory ordinance; a n d , to license one person and refuse another, both of equal standing, would be conferring special...
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    • Office Mayor: Recorder: Treasurer: Marshal: City Justice: Councilor : (Long Term) Councilors : Candidates George W . Middleton ( C ) W. H. Leigh ( R ) R. W . Heyhorne T. D . Roach Bengt Nelson J r . John Dutton Thomas Urie Alfred Froyd E . J....
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    • THE JONES - KNELL BLOCK 82 N o r t h Main ( T a k e n in 1904) The man at the left, in the white shirt, is June Foster, a banker. The businesses housed in this building: (bottom floor) Dr. Carpenter, Dentist (sign in the window), Bank of Southern...
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    • Oct. 12. 1 8 0 4 . . .Written petition of Joseph Bryant, asking for the privilege of running a pool table and lunch stand to be located on the cross street near the Hunter Barber Shop, was presented. Action deferred. Oct. 2 1 , 1 9 0 4 . . .Special...
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    • intersecting Main Street a t the corner near Mr. Henry Elliker's residence on Main Street and commonly known a s Normal Street. Granted. Dec. 1, 1904 ... The Mayor reported t h a t a case of Small Pox had developed recently in the City a n d , in...
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    • committee (of two). Lehi W . Jones a n d John S . Woodbury, was appointed t o d r a f t a proposal to t h e Legislature of just what Cedar City would give if t h e school was located h e r e . John S . Woodbury was elected t o two terms in t h e...
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    • Jan. 5, 1911. . .After an extensive discussion, it was the unanimous opinion of the Council t h a t the Board of Health be sustained in closing of all public gatherings. March 3, 1911...The matter of right-of-way and locating grounds for the...
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    • conditions under which Mrs. Bell would present the said hearse to the City were: a shed or some suitable building be provided by the City for its care and protection, and that i t be used for rich and poor alike and not for any financial gain....

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