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[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Hamlet of Mile End Old Town]
24 SEPTEMBER, 1890.
Moved by Mr. Hirst seconded by Mr. Loftus and resolved
—That the Seal of the Vestry be affixed to the contract.
The Seal of the Vestry was affixed thereto accordingly.
III. The Report of Committee No. I was brought up as follows:
To the Vestry of the Hamlet of Mile End Old Town.
Report of Committee No. 1.
For Finance, Parliamentary and General Purposes.
Wednesday, 24th September, 1890.
Your Committee beg to report that they met this day, there
being present Messrs. Henley, R. Kemp, Hasted, Blowey,
Lacey, and Pad field.
(1) That your Clerk submitted a Financial Statement a copy of
which is as follows :
Financial Statement, Wednesday, 24th September, 1890.
Balance at Bankers £6,290 15 0
(2) That at a previous meeting your Clerk submitted the
following Accounts duly certified and approved which your
Committee recommend for payment, viz.:
Ginn, D. G.
Mumford, M. J.
Fox, W. & Co.
Repairs to sieves
Hose and shirts for sewers men
Burnett & Co.
Walden, H. W. & Co.
Sewer rods, &c.
Smith, T. & Son
Oil, &c., for paint
Tees Scoriæ Brick Co.
Feunings, R. L. & J.
On account of contract for 1.500 tons of
broken Guernsey granite
Gt. Eastern Railway Co.
Carriage of refuse
Gas and water to Mile End Dust
On account of cleaning works at Vestry Hall
That your Committee resolved to recommend—That a
cheque for £337 7s- 9d. be drawn in favour of the London
County Council for one quarter's interest on following loans,
due Ist prox., viz.: