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LAUNDRY AND WASHING MACHINE.

LAUNDRY AND WASHING MACHINE.

Mr. YOUNG would not take up the time of the Vestry as to the laundry, the subject had been gone over so frequently; but, he might state, sixteen meetings had been held thereon. He moved the adoption. Mr. BRETTINGHAM said a labour test was wanted in the Workhouse, he thought wash
October 4, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE METROPOLITAN BOARD AND THE GOVERNMENT.

THE METROPOLITAN BOARD AND THE GOVERNMENT.

A • LOAN OF FOUR MILLIONS WANTED. A deputation from the Metropolitan Board of Works waited on the Chancellor of the Exchequer on Thursday, at his office in Downing. street, on the subject of the borrowing powers of the board. The deputation consisted of Mr. Tbwaites (chairman of
December 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
the Essex farmers, who would avail themselves of it. He expressed an opinion that London would never be what it

the Essex farmers, who would avail themselves of it. He expressed an opinion that London would never be what it

ought to be until the embankment system was adopted on the river. Mr. Churchwarden ROSE remarked that manure, when deodorised, as recommended by Mr. Dalton, was perfectly worthless for agricultural purposes; it was only useful in a solid state. After the transaction of some form
December 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
PIPE CONTRACTS.

PIPE CONTRACTS.

Mr. GILES, referring to a contract the vestry had entered into for 3 years, determinable by either party after the expiration of 6 months, for the supply of pipes, &c., for sewage purposes, observed that when that contract was made pipes were much dearer than at the present time
December 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
TREASURER TO TILE VESTRY.

TREASURER TO TILE VESTRY.

Upon the recommendation of the Finance Committee, Henry Withes, Esq., of the London and Westminster Bank, was appointed as Treasurer to the vestry. SURVEYOR'S REPORT. The report of the Surveyor of Sewers showed that £27 10s. 6d. bad been received from the owners of property for
December 6, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
THE APOPLEXY OF SHE STREETS.

THE APOPLEXY OF SHE STREETS.

LOCOMOTION constitutes a leading subject of the present age; and the greatly increased facilities that have been created for speedy transit, forms one of its most remarkable features. But just in proportion as railways have supplied. means and inducements to Previously untravell
October 18, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
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October 18, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
GAS LIGHTING.

GAS LIGHTING.

To the Editor of " THE METROPOLITAN." Sir,—lf anything could show to the full extent the unfitness, carelessness, or corruption of the old Paving Boards of St. Pancras and the just doom to which Sir B. Hall has consigned them, it would be the startling state of facts revealed by
October 18, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England
 
ESTABLISHED 1830. C. WHITE & SON, COR,N AND COAL MERCHANTS, 5, UPPER, GRAFTON STREET, FITZROY SQUARE. THIS DAY'S PRICES FOR

ESTABLISHED 1830. C. WHITE & SON, COR,N AND COAL MERCHANTS, 5, UPPER, GRAFTON STREET, FITZROY SQUARE. THIS DAY'S PRICES FOR

COALS. Wall's-end (recommended) 245. Best Wall's-end - - - - 265. Beat Silkstone - - - - 225. Good House Inland Best Coke, per chaldron - -16 s. For CASH ONLY on or before DELIVERY. All Coals' SCREENED and Delivered within Three Days from receipt of Order. Orders also received a
October 18, 1856 - Metropolitan - London, London, England