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Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association / Transactions of the Northern Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical Association, including a full report of the industrial convention held at Neenah, Wisconsin, February, 1886. Together with proceedings of the Association for 1884, to January 1, '86
Vol. XI (1886)

Secretary's warrant account, for the year 1884,   pp. 18-23 PDF (1.3 MB)


Page 18


18    TRANSACTIOE OF THE NORTHERN WISCONSIN.
SECRETARY'S WARRANT ACCOUNT.
FOR THE YEAR 1884.
No.          To whom and for what.                              Amount.
1  Frek Bunker, premium           ............. .......           $2 00
2 J. L. Fiske, premium ......................................        50
3  Lane & Josdlyn, boarding officers during annual meeting.       21
50
4 Chas. Haase, premium                     .          .            5 00
5 Postage stamps ............ .... ..........................      6 00
6 C. A. Curtis, premium         ......................... .        1 50
7  M. J. Regan, premium .....................................      4 00
8  S. M. Hay, balance of rent of fair ground for 1883 ........ 223 55
9 Express on transactions.                            .1 50
10 J. F.4Barnett, premium         ..........................1 00
11  Postage stamps    ............................................  5 00
12  J. W. Flack, purse awarded in 1881      .      ..............  25 00
13 James Trelevan, premium.                             .           2 27
14  Convention expenses at Waupaca ............      ..............  28 50
15  Oshkosh Times for printing ...............................     11 75
16  A. C. Austin, secretary, salary for six months to July 1st... 500 00
17  Gary & Harmon, insurance on exposition building .      .......  26
12
18  IL H. Sawyer, reports of convention ...................... .   90 00
19  A. C. Austin, secretary, 3 months salary to May 1st ........ 250 00
20 State gazetteer.                                  .5 00
21  Postage stamps ............... ............................    10 00
22 Postage stamps ............................................     15 00
23  Postage stamps      .............................   ...........  16 00
24  Postage stamps ...........................................     10 00
25  Postage stamps ............................................    10 00
26  Postage stamps ..          ....................... .           10 00
27  Hand stamp .........................  .4 00
28  Postage stamps           .......................... .           500
29  Rosnar & Schmidt, bill posting ..............   ............... 
10 00
30  H. K. Stevens, trotting purses ................   .............  53 33
31 J. W. Durham, Japanese Day, fire works ........      ...........  250
00
32  E. J. Giardin, trotting purse     .         . ................  33 33
33  C. H. Spafford. pacing purse      .         ..................  30 00
34  H. Giles, pacing purse        ...................... 100 00
35  D. G. Maynard, trotting purses ........... ..   ................  130
00
36  Frank Storkey, foot race purse      .        . ...............  20 00
37 James Hart, pacing purse .......     ........ ..................  30 CO
38 T. B. Dorsett, trotting purses ..............   ................. 220
00
39  W. H. Rollar, trotting purse ...............  .................  75 00
40  W. H. Groff, trotting purse      .         .....     ............. .
145 00
41  IL Casey, foot race purse .........  .......................... 5 00
42  J. 0. Gerrety, trotting purse     .         ..................  30 00
43 John Paige, trotting purse                 .         .         200 00
44  Brainard & Hinman, 478 dinner tickets .........    ............ 143
40
45  A. C. Austin, Secretary, 3 months salary to August 1st ... .. 250 00
46  John Fose, trotting pursee      .         ...................  43 88
47  D. W. Rowlands, trotting purse       .       ................  50 00
48 J. J. Moore, dinner tickets                .         .5 SO
49 HE W. Wolcott, services as superintendent    .     ...........  21 00
50  A. A. Loper, services as superintendent         .      .       2 a  
40


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