24 SEPTEMBER, 1890.
XII. The Clerk read a letter of the 17th inst. from Messrs.
Balfours & Co., on the subject of fixing Automatic Delivery
Machines in close proximity to Post Office Pillar Boxes, and
asking the permission of the Vestry to fix same in this
Resolved—That it be referred to No. 2 Committee for consideration
XIII. The Clerk submitted Notices of intention to apply for
Music, &c., Licenses as under:
(1) For Music and Dancing at the People's Palace, Mile End
(2) Music at 85, Commercial Road (The Phoenix Temperance
(3) Music at 133, Stepney Green (The Mulberry Tree).
(4) Music at 44, Mile End Road (The Earl Grey).
(0 Music at 560a, Mile End Road, and 2, 4, and 6, Burdett
Road (Royal Hotel).
(6) Music at 44, Philpot Street (York Minster).
Resolved—That the Notices be received.
XIV. Moved by Mr. J. D. Kemp seconded by Mr. Hirst and
resolved—That the Vestry do now adjourn and that thanks
be voted to the Chairman.
The Meeting then separated.
I ROBERT KEMP.
signed j CHARLES LACEY.
That your Surveyor submitted and your Committee considered an estimate for the half year ending Lady-day next as follows, and beg to submit same for adoption by your Board:
|Labour for slopping||£650|
|Repairs to harness||30|
|Disposal of refuse||300|
|Timber for carts||25|
|„ shoot and wharf||5|
|Wheeling and tyreing||30|
|Shoeing and veterinary||75|
|Clearing snow (provision only)||200|
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