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46 borough of paddington. report, 1890-91. 47

[B] Summary Statement of Contracts entered into by the Vestry of the Parish of Paddington,

during the year ending the 25 th day of March, 1891, viz.:—

TENDER ACCEPTED.NAME OF CONTRACTOR.NATURE OF CONTRACT.PRICE.
May 6th, 1890The Improved Wood Paving CompanyFor the supply of 1,250,000 Wood Paving Blocks.At £6 6s. per 1,000.
Do.Greaves, Bull & LakinDo. 11,210 sacks of Portland CementAt 3s. per sack, use of sack 1d.
Do.Mr. Henry CovingtonDo. 848 yards Thames SandAt 6s. 8d. per cubic yard.
Do. 243 yards do. ShingleAt 5s. 9d. „
Do. 1,338 yards do. BallastAt 4s. 8d. „
May 20th, 1890Messrs. John Idiens & SonsDo. Hay, Straw and CloverAs per Schedule of Prices.
Do.Messrs. George Reynolds & SonDo. Oats, Beans, BranDitto
August 5th, 1890Messrs. George Reynolds & SonDo. Oats, Beans, Maize and BranDitto
Do.Messrs. John Idiens & SonsDo. Hay, Straw and CloverDitto
Do.Messrs. D. Radford & Co.Do. Coal and CokeDitto
Do.Messrs. Glover & SonDo. Six Stone Hauling CartsAt £18 10s. per cart.
Do.Messrs. George JenningsFor the execution of certain Sanitary Works at the Vestry Hall£137.
Do.Mr. Henry CovingtonFor the supply of Thames Shingle for Frosty roadsAt 5s. 9d. per cubic yard.
Do.Messrs. Nowell & RobsonFor the purchase and removal of Old Aberdeen Granite Cubes in the Harrow RoadAt 2s. 6d. per yard super.
October 7th, 1890Messrs. Glover & SonsFor the supply of 6 Patent Tipping VansAt £48 per van.
For the supply of 3 Improved Sweeping MachinesAt £32 per machine.
December 2nd, 1890Messrs. Neave & SonFor the execution of Special Works and Repairs to SewersAs per Schedule of Prices.
December 16th, 1890Mr. William StuddsFor the supply of Sifted GravelAt 3s. 4d. per ton.
Do. HogginAt 3s. 0d. per ton.
For the reception of Road Scrapings, &c.At 2s. 0½d. per ton.
Do. Soft CoreAt 3s. 0d. per ton.
Do. Hard CoreAt 2s. 11½d. per ton.
February 17th, 1891Messrs. John Idiens & SonsFor the supply of Hay, Straw and CloverAs per Schedule of Prices.
Do.Messrs. George Reynolds & SonDo. Oats, Beans, Maize and BranDitto
Do.Messrs. Nowell & RobsonDo. Granite Kerb and CubesDitto
Do.Messrs. Nowell & RobsonDo. 2,000 yards Narboro' GraniteAt 12s. 11d. per cubic yd.
Do.Messrs. A. & F. ManuelleDo. 3,000 yards Guernsey GraniteAt 16s. 9d. ditto
Do.Mr. Edwin TildesleyDo. 2,000 yards Enderby GraniteAt 12s. 4d. ditto
Do.Do. York PavingAs per Schedule of Prices.
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