Minutes from September 22, 1890

Transcript     Original images: part one | part two

  • Board of Health recommended to next year’s Council to set aside $2,500 to establish a hospital for women and children “as petitioned for by Mrs. Webster
  • Board of Works reported the Market Building almost finished [the market was located just south of the existing Carnegie Community Centre  on Main Street]
  • The CPR  bridge across False Creek “… offers a serious obstruction to the passage of steamers and sailing vessels.”  City to “communicate with” Canadian government to “cause” the CPR to either remove the bridge or “have a draw span inserted in same bridge

These minutes were transcribed in November, 2015 by guest transcriber Donna Kynaston

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