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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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26 NOVEMBER, 1890.
re-naming swan court.
Moved by Mr. Hirst seconded by Mr. Loftus and resolved
That that part of the Report be adopted, and it was
resolved accordingly.
letter from london county council Re ben jonson
road improvement.
Moved by Mr. Hirst seconded by Mr. Loftus and resolved
—That the letter be received.
IX. 1 he subject of lighting the triangular piece of ground in
front of the Stepney Meeting House was referred to No. 2
Committee for consideration and report.
X. The Report of 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, 26th November, 1890.
Your Committee beg to report that they met on Wednesday,
the 19th day of November, inst., there being present Messrs.
Birks, Burge, E. Kemp, Livermore, and A. Lloyd.
(1) That your Surveyor brought up and read a Report for
which your Committee beg to refer your Board to his Report
Book.
That having regard to the Report of your Survevor, your
Committee resolved to recommend—That so much of the
2 feet barrel sewer as lies between the man-hole at Diggon
Street and 126, Stepney Green be broken up, and a 12 inch
pipe sewer substituted therefor at a lower level; the estimated
cost being £16.
(2) That your Medical Officer of Health brought up and read a
Report for which your Committee beg to refer your Board to
his Report Book.
That your Medical Officer reported as follows :
"During the fortnight ending November 8th, the number
of Births was 157: the number of Deaths from
"all causes was 99; 61 occurring in the Eastern district,
"27 in the Western district, and n in the outlying
"Institutions, giving a death-rate equal to 22.0 per 1,000
"per annum: that of the Metropolis being 20.9 for the
"same period."
(3) That your Inspectors of Nuisances brought up and read
Reports for which your Committee beg to refer your Board
to their Report Books.

26 NOVEMBER, 1890.

Stainforth, E. J.5177
Cundick, B.8171
Newton, J.1743
95563
Available balance£138249
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(2) That your Committee resolved to recommend—That a cheque be drawn in favour of Mr. A. Baxter (Supt. of Labour) for salary as follows

One month to 25th inst.16134
Two months' increase at £25 per annum434
£20168
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