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The letter having been read—
Moved by Mr. Lacey seconded by Mr. Coker and resolved
That it be referred to No. 2 Committee for consideration and report.
The matter of obstructions by barrows, &c., in St. Dunstan's
Road and John s Place were referred to No. 2 Committee for
consideration and report.
\ I. I he Report ot Committee No. 3 was brought up as follows:
To the Vestry of the Hamlet of Mile End Old Town.
Report of Committee No. 3.
For Drainage, Sewerage and Nuisances.
Wednesday, 24th September, 1890.
Your Committee beg to report that they met on Wednesday,
the 17th day of September, inst., there being present Messrs.
Coker, Burge, Robinson, Birks, K. Bell, and Livermore.
(1) That your Surveyor brought up and read a Report for
which your Committee beg to refer your Board to his Report
That your Surveyor reported that he had received notices
from the following persons of their intention to drain the
following houses and premises into the sewers, viz:
Wood, F. &. F. J. Nos. 2, 3, 7 & 8, Harford Street.
Ditto No. 4, Harford Street.
Roberts, C. P. Caretaker's Lodge, Jews' Burial
Ground, Alderney Road.
Walker, Bros. Nos.385,387&389,Commercial Road.
Grant, T. No. 588, Mile End Road.
Richardson, H. to 325, Mile End Road.
Toye, S. 9, 10 & 11, Harford Street.
Cainan, M. & Co. 285 & 287, Commercial Road.
and that on behalf of your Board he had given such directions
with respect to the same as appear in his books and the plans
Your Committee approved of his proceedings and submit
same for confirmation by your Board.
(2) That your Surveyor submitted and your Committee considered
an Estimate for the half-year endingne*1*
as follows, and which your Committee recommend
Labour on sewers £470
Water for flushing