Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Lewisham]
The following Table shews the manner in which the dust was disposed of:-
|Locality.||To who supplied.||Ox what Terms Supplied.|
|Blackheath and Lewisham Division||Mr. W. Appleby||Given.|
|Mr. W. Jerrard||„|
|Mr. D. Phillips||„|
|M r. Visger||„|
|Sydenham and Forest Hill Division||Mr. Abbis||„|
|Mr. Batchelor||The Board paid 4d. per load.|
Hamlet of Penge.
The new works in Penge were also delayed in consequence
of the lateness of the London County Council's Loan.
The dust was disposed of as follows:-
|Locality.||To whom supplied.||On what terms Supplied.|
|Penge||Beckenham and Penge Brickworks Company||The Board paid 6d. per load for part and part was taken gratis.|
|Beckenham Local Board||Given.|
The quantities of these works will be given in my next
annual report, as they are not completed at present.
The following Table shews the new Tar Pavement laid during