[OFFICIAL.! Office of the Board of Public Works, I Ann Akêor, Sept. 18, 1893. f Regular meetiug. Oalled to order by President Keech. Roll called. Full Board present. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. __On motion. the bids for two cars of Portland cement were opened and inspected. There were nine bids for imported and American Portland cements. Mr. Schub moved that the respective bids for cement be transmitted to the Council with recommendation tliat the bid of Louis Rohde, for ''Buckeye American Portland Cement" in burlap sacks, $2.23 per bbl., 380 Ibs. net, (4 bags to bbl.), f. xYDn Arbor, be accepted. Yeas- Messrs. Keech, Schuh and Mclntyre. Mr. Schuh moved that the offers and samples for jack-screws for sewer ditching be transmitted to the Council with recommendation that the offer of the Kalamazoo Foundery & Machine Co., for 120 screvvs, be acceptd. Yeas - Messrs. Keech, Schuh and Mclntyre. Followinsr bids were received for man-holes and coversSouth Bend, Fouudery Co. agrees to furnish f. o. b. cars at Ann Arbor, man-hole and cover, weight about 42-5 Ibs. for $5.40 each. Ann Arbor Engine and Boiler Works agrees to furnish man-hole and cover, any pattern as may be approved by City Engineer at two (2) cents per lb. McCullough Bros., Ypsilanti, Mich., agrees to make man-holes and covers as per pattern submitted, at $1.90 per 100 Ibs., f. o. b. ears Arm Arbor. The bids were laid on the table till the next meeting. On rcotion the Board adjourned. Clerk.