The leading manufacturing town of the Sound. Incorporated under the General Incorporation laws of the State. Mayor,
Charles F. Treat; Councilmen: T. W. Lake, W. Mannay, A. W.
Hight, J.J. Holland, D. McVay; Treasurer, J. A. Peabody; Clerk,
Charles Hadfield; Assessor, S. D. Murphy; Marshal, H. Mc-
Curry; Postmaster, A Gr Thompson; Telegraph, Western Union;
Located at the head of Salmon Bay, about two miles from
Seattle, on a plateau gently sloping to the water. The town was
started but little over a year ago and has now a population * of
1500, with planked and graded streets, water works and an electric railroad connecting with Seattle. The following is a partial
list of the principal industries: Three shingle mills, sash and
door factory, three saw mills, steel and iron works, six hotels,
school house, four churches, boiler works, two ship yards, three
blacksmith shops. Fine deep water harbor, Salmon Bay being
the mouth of the proposed ship canal connecting Lake Washington with the Sound. The Seattle, Lake Shore & Eastern Ry
passes along the water front and the proposed route of the Great
Northern crosses through the western end of the town.
Abbott Theodore, sawfiler Stimson Mill Co.
Adams Ernest, lab, res nr Creosote Wks.
Ahern Thomas, lab, res nr Creosote Wks.
Alki Mercantile Co, 0 W Lincl mngr, drygoods n s Ballard aye e
Allan Wm, real estate Western House, bds same.
Alverson George W, packer Alex McEwan, bds Callaghan House.
Anderson Andrew, boilermkr Paul Hopkins, bds same.
Anderson Charles, doormkr Ballard Mnfg Co.
Anderson Gustave, doormkr Ballard Mnfg Co.
Anderson John, lab, bds Niels Miller.
Anderson John P, lab, bds C 0 Matson.
Anderson Jonas, ship carp T W Lake, bds same.
Anderson Nels, lab Stimson Mill Co.
Anderson Peter, lab Paul Hopkins, res s s North e of 3d.
Armour George M, elk Ballard Hardware Co, res Broadway n w
Armour John (Ballard Hardware Co), res Broadway n w cor 2d.
Aulds Edwin, foreman II McEwan, res s s P R track nr mill.
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New Whatcom, Washe Steam, Saw and Flour Mill Machinery*
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