1865 11th Feb
1 that the resignation of William Stoffere be accepted as assessor as he is unable to serve as such
1 That Samuel Flint Esq. do buy out his road work on the concession road between the 4th and 5th Concession in the township of Elizabethtown agreeable to petition for that purpose
2 That Stewart Johnston be leaser for the 1865 in place of William Staford
2 That Henry Mann and Ebenezer Shipman be inspectors of Services for the current year 1865. Inspectors to make four visits throughout the year each visit quarterly. Salary $10 each
3 That Henry E. McDonald and John Gilroy be paid $2.50 each for ? Services on account of their office
3 That this council do now adjourn and stand adjourned till Monday the 20th day of February AD 1865
4 That the sum of ten dollars be given to aid the support of William Warren he being an old man 98 years and unable to the least thing to help or support himself and that George Whit be appointed to lay out the same for his support
5 That clerk make out the interest that the Brockville and Ottawa Railroad company owes this township on the mortgage we hold against them and send the account to the managing director of said railroad forthwith
6 That the Reeve of this council confer with the Receiver General regarding our Indenture to the Government and domain a detailed account of the debt and credit for the information of this council forthwith
7 That the audit for the year 1864 be received as correct and that J.N.Abbott and Matthew Berry be paid the sum of $8. each for their services, five dollars out of Municipal funds and three dollars out of the Macadamized Road Fund
8 the Twp of Elizabethtown Debtor to Peter Mott Overseer of highways for costs incurred on a suit against Edward Moore for refusing to do his statute labour amounting to 1 pound 9 shilling Jul 9 1864
8 That the clerk be authorized to publish the auditors accounts forthwith in the Brockville Recorder and Monitor Newspapers
9 Feb 6th 1865 the Council of Elizabethtown to H.Teney to three days work chopping and shovelling snow on the Victoria Macadamized at 4 pounds per day
9 That H. Toney be paid the sum of 12 shillings as per bill for clearing away snow banks off the Macadamized near tollgate No 1
9 That this council do grant Peter Mott the sum of 1 pound 9 shillings for costs incurred on a suite against Edward Moor for refusing to do statue labour
10 That the sum of $4. be paid to Jacob A Brown Esq. for 2 days services as Returning Officer at the late Municipal Election
11 That this council do now adjourn and stand adjourned until Monday the 2oth inst at 10 o’clock for the purpose of granting licenses to Houses of Public Entertainment
1865 3rd April
1 That John Hough get $10. for damage done him by A. Road running through his farm
2 That the sum f $10. be given to Widow Smith for to relive her necessities as she is in great want of provisions for to support her family and that one of this council be appointed to lay out the same for support of said widow and family
3 That John Iderbeck get $10. agreeable to petition and John Moles Esq. do lay out the same for John Iderbeck and the clerk give amount to the treasury for the same
4 That the petition of Thomas Bull, Esq. and others be received and that the sum of $10 be granted to aid in support of the Widow Crosier she being in destitute circumstances
5 That the sum of $30. each be paid to Stewart Johnson and Samuel McNish assessors as part salary for 1865
6 That the collection of inland Revenue be authorized to give a Tavern License to Eli D.Cole he have complied with the law in the respect to Inns and Houses of Public entertainment for the sum of $20.
7 That John White, Charles Gardner, Oscar Gardner, Emos Esten, William Muldoon, James Du, William Smith, John George form a Division no 51 and that James Dunn be overseer of said division for the current year 1865
8 That the quarterly report of Stephen Scott treasurer up to the 31st of March be and is hereby certified as correct
9 That the tender of John Wood be accepted for Sections No 1,6,7,8 of the Victoria Macadamized Road and that the Reeve be authorized to take bail bond for the due performance of said contract
10 That Thomas Woods tender be accepted for sections no 2,3,4,5 on Macadamized Road and that the Reeve be authorized to receive bail for the same
11 That the Treasurer of this Municipality be ordered to notify Jimmy Bullis, Otis F. Bullis and Alphas Mott to pay forthwith the note of notes ? Due this municipality
12 That Stafford McBratney Esq. Reeve be paid the sum of $2. for 2 days services for business connected with the Brockville and Ottawa Railway and that the clerk give and order on the treasure for the same
13 That the Clerk be authorized to publish the Court of Revision for the first Monday in May next in the Brockville Monitor and Recorder Newspapers two insertions
14 That this council do now stand adjourned and stand adjourned until the first Monday in May at the hour of ten of the clock AM which shall constitute the court of revision
1865 Sept
1 That the petition of the trustees of School Section No 3 be complied with and that the sum of $140. clear of expenses be levied and collected on the rateable property of said school section for school purposes for the currant year 1865
2 That the resolution appointing the salary for collection of this township at $60. be and is hereby received and that the salary for each for the currant year be $40.00
7 That the Reeve and each of the assessors be paid the sum of four dollars each for selecting the jurors and that the clerk be paid the sum of $8.
8 that John Rendneck get $50. for building fence round town Hall agreeable to plan and specifications and the clerk give and order for the same
9 That $2. each be paid to the Reeve and Clark for two days service connected with the appealed case Bank of Upper Canada and Township Council to the County Judge
10 To introduce a By-Law to levy and collect the several sums therein mentioned on the several school sections in said by-law
11 That said by law be read a second time forthwith
12 That the said by law be read a third time forthwith
13 That said by law do now pass and be entitled By law to levy and collect upon the assessed taxable property of the several school sections herein mentioned
14 That the sum of $5. be granted to John Langstaff as he Sam Langstaff is in ? Circumstances and that the clerk issue and order on the treasurer for the same
15 That this council do now adjourn and stand adjourned till the first Monday in October at the hour of ten o’clock AM
1865 Oath of Qualification and of office for Henry Row Esq. for Councillor
1865 Oath of Qualification and of office for Stafford McBratney Deputy Reeve
1865 Oath of Qualification and of office for John Moles Esq. for Councillor
1865 Oath of Qualification and of office for Richard Tackaberry for Councillor

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