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TIIK COCONINO SL'X.
serving, in which case lie will share
in proportion to hi juj, with the other
otlloors and men on hoard such vessel.
4. "To the commander of u single
vessal, one-tenth of all prize monej
awarded to the vessel.
"After the foregoing deduction-
MEETING TOWN COUNCIL.
Julius Autlneau Elected Mayor Dellnquont
Tax List Ordered Published.
A meeting of the Town Council was
held on Saturdaj, Apri i'J. l'rosont,
J. W. Francis, major, and Cnuucil.neu
the residue in distributed among all Julius Aubineau, W. II. Carroll and T.
others doing dut.v on hoard, and borne
upon thu luoks of the ship, in prop r
tion to thoir respective rates of d y.
"All vessels of the navy within sig
nal distance of the vessel making the
capture, and In such condition as to bo
S. Hunch: C. II. F.dwards, clerk, and
K. S. Clark, eitj attorney.
On motion that a major be elected,
Julius Aubineau was cho-.cn unaniin
ousl for the psition.
On motion it was oi-dcred that or-
able to render effective aid if required, dinance No. 14 be amended so as to in-
will shire in the prize. Any person elude the east side of block .'t:i, in Hr.ui
teni)orarily absent from his vessel may nenV addition, between l'luenix and
share in thu captures made during his Cottage avenue, on the west side of
absence. The prize court determines Agassi, street.
what vessels share in a prize, and also On motion it was ordered that thu
whether the prize is superior or inferi-1 delinquent tax list of the town of Flag
or to the vessel or vessels making the staff be published and the collector be
capture. instructed to sell the property aooord-
"Tho share of prize mono awarded ingtolaw.
to the United States is set apirt fo.- The clerk was itistru-ted to cone
over as a fund for the payment of pen-1 SIU,d with the railroad comi..in in
ma i regard to the water supph for the town.
l ouucllman Hunch was appointed a
sions to naval officers, so mien anil
rines entitled to pensions.
"lMvateors do not como within the
above, provisions, but are entitled to
prize money under laws relating to
committee, together with the city at-
tornej, to investigate the legality of
the recent town election in so far as
the vote polled for wat.'r works is ooii-
The Hlaek Warrior Copper company, , corned,
.lames A. Fleming president, has of- ! Two hundred feet of hose, with span
fected thu purchase from Win. Heard ncr-and washer.-, was ordered for the
and W. 1'. Howie of live copper claims ' town lire department,
hi Webster gulch which have been un-! 'I'l'o town ordinance- were ordered
der bonds for more than a ear. Tim codified, and Councilman Hunch and
Hlack Warrior company now own IS, ''". S. Clark, town attorney, were ap
elaiins in Webster gulch on some of pointed to do the work,
which thej have expended in the a'- An ordinance )roliibiting llie erec-
gregate TiImuhi. a large amount of
ore has been extracted which is now
being smelted by thu L lilted (ilohe Co. I
and Dr. Fleming informs us that devel-
tlou of an iron building within the lire
limits was passed.
Petition of Habbitt Hros. for the
construction of coiral on lot III, in
opment work and thu hauling of oro to ''! V.l, was laid over.
the smelter will bo resumed within a '!'" following warrants wore ordered
few days. . iss(.d :