26 NOVEMBER, 1890.
III. The Clerk submitted copy of Advertisements as inserted by
him in the "East London Observer," "East London Advertiser,"and
"Eastern Post," inviting tenders:
(1) For supply of Gully Grates and Frames, Ventilating Shafts,
and Man-hole Covers.
(2) For Veterinary Attendance and Shoeing of the Vestry's
(3) For the supply of Brooms.
(4) For the supply of Ironmongery, including shovels, scoops,
A tender was then opened from Messrs. E. & F. Wright for
supply of Gully Grates and Frames, Ventilating Shafts, and
Manhole Covers at 5/3 per cwt.
Moved by Mr. Hirst seconded by Mr. W. A. Kemp and
resolved—That the tender of Messrs. Wright be accepted.
Tenders were then opened for Veterinary Attendance and
Shoeing the Vestry's horses as follows :
Kendall, F. W.
Caton, H. W.
Moved by Mr. Furness seconded by Mr. Upton—That the
tender of Mr. Caton be accepted.
Moved by Mr. Richardson seconded by Mr. J. Brown as an
amendment—That the tender of Mr. Elmer be accepted.
The Chairman submitted the amendment to a show of hands
and there appeared
In favour 4 votes
Against 22 „
The Chairman declared it lost.
The motion for the acceptance of tender of Mr. Caton was
then submitted and the Chairman declared it carried.