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Repair the gutters and down pipes.
Cleanse and repair the wood and plastering of the
passages. Cut out the defective portions and
reinstate the same with new.
2nd April, 1890.
To the Vestry of the Hamlet of Mile End Old Town.
I hereby certify that I estimate the cost of
executing the work shown upon the plans and set forth in
the specification lor making sundry alterations to the
houses Nos. 5 and 7, Yalford Street, in order to comply
with the order of the above named Vestry, at the sum of
I am, etc.,
(Signed) JNO. M. KNIGHT,
Moved by Mr. J. D. Kemp seconded by Mr. Coker and
resolved—That the Clerk forthwith give notice to the owner
of the said premises informing him that the plans, specification,
and estimate of the cost of such said works have been prepared
and that such plans, specification, and estimate can be inspected
by him or his agent at the office of the Clerk at the Vestry
Hall free of charge.
XVIII. The Clerk read letter from Mr. Verdigi of No. 221,
Mile End Road, of the 31st ult., complaining of a barrow
standing in front of his shop to the injury of his business.
Resolved—That the subject matter be referred to No. 2
Committee for consideration and report.
XIX. Mr. Richardson pursuant to notice proceeded to call
attention to the remarks of Mr. Coker respecting the amounts
paid by the Overseers to informers for the closing ot brothels,
particularly to the statements made concerning Mr. Harvey.
After considerable debate
XX. It was moved by Mr. R. Kemp seconded b)' Mr. Furness
and resolved—That the Vestry do now adjourn, and that
thanks be voted to the Chairman.
XXI. notice of motion.
By Mr. Furness.
That in future no resolution of a financial character shall be
discussed by the Vestry after nine o, clock.
The Meeting then separated.
Signed ROWLAND HIRST.