228 6 APPENDIX to REPORTS relative to the
Extracts from Minute Book.
New valuation con-side} ed necessary.
Appointment of three valuators: 240/.
Valuation subÂ¬ mitted for inspecÂ¬ tion.
Additional RemuneraÂ¬ tion to Valuators.
Revision of objected parts of valuation ordered.
Extracts from Minute Book of Board of Guardian?.
At the first meeting of the Board of Guardians, held at Dunmanway on the 1st of
February, 1840, Present, W.
Assistant Poor Law Commissioner, Daniel Connor, Esq.,
Chairman, and 17 Guardians, Resolved,â€”That an advertisement be published in the Cork papers for a cleric, valuator, and treasurer.
13th February, 1840.
At a meeting of the Board held this day, Proposed by Mr.
Bryan, and seconded by Mr.
Donovan, That it being in the opinion of this Board requisite that there should be a new valuation of all the rateable property within the Union, and an advertisement having been published inviting competent persons to effect such valuation, and tenders having been given in, which were this day opened by the Chairman in the presence of the Guardians, Resolved,â€”That the tender of Messrs.
William Gillman, John Whelply, and William Patti-&on, to effect the valuation at 240/.
for the three, be accepted ; it being understood that in all cases the three valuators will inspect mid value all ihe property conjointly, so as to insure relative value throughout the whole Union, and will complete their valuation by the 1st of January, 1841.
2d March, 1840.
At a meeting held this clay, Resolved,â€”That the valuators be directed to proceed forthwith with the valuation of the Fanlobus [otherwise Dunmanway"] electoral division, and that they be directed to give notice to the clerk some short time before it is completed, with a view to the Guardians being summoned to inspect the same.
Resolved,â€”That the clerk be directed to procure field-books, valuation sheets, three copies of the Act, three copies of each of the instructional letters on valuation, and 500 copies of a printed circular sent down by the Commissioners for the purpose of noticing landholders to attend and point out their boundaries, and give such other information to the valuators.
2d May, 1840.
At a meeting held this day, Resolved,â€”That a Valuation Committee, consisting of three Guardians, be appointed, for the purpose of inspecting the books and proceedings of the valuators, and reporting the same to the Guardians ; and that Mr.
James Gillman, Mr.
Thomas Bryan, and Mr.
Thomas Gillman, be requested to act as such Committee.
10th October, 1840.
At a meeting held this day, Resolved,â€”That the valuation be open for inspection at the court room of Dunmanway, from the 21st of October instant to the 13th of November next inclusive ; and that the clerk be directed to advertise the same.
14th November, 1840.
At a meeting held this day, Resolved,â€”That the Guardians will attend on Wednesday, the 25th of November instant, to hear the objections of the Kilmany and Kilmichael electoral divisions to the valuation; and on Saturday, the 2Sth, to hear the objections of the remainder of the Union; and that the clerk give notice of the same.
25th November, 1840.
At a meeting of the Board of Guardians of the Dunmanway Union, held this day, Minutes of the 14th read.
this meeting do adjourn to Saturday, the 28th November instant, to hear the objections of those persons noticed for that day.
28th November, 1840.
At a meeting of the Board of Guardians of the Dunmanway Union, held this day, Minutes of the 25th November read.
Resolved,â€”That the valuators are to be paid 10c?.
per day each for every day they are ordered out by the Guardians to re-inspect any part of the Union.
Resolved,â€”That this meeting do adjourn to Wednesday, the 9th day of December, to hear any farther objections to the valuation, as it is to be open again for inspection from the 1st to the 8th day of December; and that the clerk is to give notice to that effect.
9th December, 1840.
At a meeting held this day, Resolved,â€”That Mr.
Deane, clerk to the Cork Board of Guardians, be requested to strike the rate of the Dunmanway Union, and that he receive 5/.
for his services, and to pay his coach-hire to and from Dunmanway.
Resolved,â€”That the Guardians having taken into consideration Mr.
Voules's suggestion, that the valuators ought not to receive any payment beyond that originally stipulated, are of opinion that as the valuators in their valuation have taken much pains, the Guardians consider that they ought not to direct the valuators to re-value without ordering them payment of 10s.
per day each; and that the Guardians are of opinion that it would prevent appeals by sending out the valuators in some few instances.
10th December, 1840.
At a meeting of the Guardians held this day, Resolved,â€”That the valuators be directed to commence the re-valuation of the farms, to which the attention of the Guardians has been drawn, on Saturday next, and to have them