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:5 w r Incorporated as a city of the third class. Located at the head
^ibo of Salmon Bay, adjoining the northern boundary of Seattle, on a
S<^ plateau gently sloping to the water. -The town was started a
g ° i> little over three years ago and has now a population of about
S 2000, with planked and graded streets, water works and an
electric railway connecting with Seattle. The following is a
to -*3 partial list of the principal industries: Five shingle mills, sash
3§ & and door factory, three saw mills, steel and iron works, two
school houses, seven churches, boiler works,threeshipyards,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 Railway
CO passes along the water front, and the Great Northern Railway
^mfgSZ through the western end of the town.
City offices w s Ballard ave bet 2d and 3d aves. Mayor, J. H.
Rinehart; city clerk, Andrew McCann; city treasurer, T. W.
Lake; city attorney, Edmund Peters; city marshal, Charles
Landers; city councilmen, William M. Curtiss, F. W. Frazier,
Abraham Looney, A. E. Pretty, H. B. Pederson, Otto H. Larson,
R. T. Hawley; health officer, Dr. Walter Johnston; city engineer, S. K. Smith; justice of the peace and police magistrate,
Wm. H. Lake, Chief Fire Department.
^^ Shilshole Hose Co. No. 1—Frank W. Frazier, foreman, s s Ballard
2J5 ave opp Park place.
°^-*y Ballard Hose Co. No. 2—Frank T. Finnerin, foreman, s s Ballard
^^ ave opp Park place.
^ CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
^5 John J. Holland, president; F. M. De Moss, treasurer;
CO Charles Hadfield, secretary. Meets second Monday of each
«^C month at City Council chambers, brick block s s Ballard ave bet
H2g 2d and 3d aves.
SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER 000 Djnnppr Drift
H. N. BURPEE, General Agent. UUU lil)l|UUl DIUIJ,