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Mile End 1890

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Hamlet of Mile End Old Town]

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12 NOVEMBER, 1890.
advertisements for veterinary attendance, &c.
Moved by Mr. Furness seconded by Mr. Upton and resolved
—That that part of the Report be adopted and it was resolved
accordingly.
advertisements for brooms.
Moved by Mr. W. A. Kemp seconded by Mr. Henley and
resolved—That that part of the Report be adopted and it was
resolved accordingly.
advertisements for ironmongery, &c.
Moved by Mr. Furness seconded by Mr. Roberts and
resolved—That that part of the Report be adopted and it was
resolved accordingly.
XI. The Clerk submitted letters of October, 1890, from the
Royal College of Music, Re Open Free Scholarships, and of
the 3rd inst. from the Newington Vestry, Re Noiseless Railway
Bridges.
Resolved—That the same be received.
XII. notice of motion.
By Mr. Steadman.
That the wages of the Road Sweepers be increased from
22/- to 25/- per week.
XIII. notice.
By Mr. Richardson.
To call attention to the statement in the last half-yearly
account of Estimates respecting Ashes.
XIV. Moved by Mr. E. Kemp seconded and resolved—That
the Vestry do now adjourn and that thanks be voted to the
Chairman.
The Meeting then separated.
Signed
robert kemp.
alfred lloyd.


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