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TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



RECEIPTS iP EXPENDITURES 



TOWN OF HYDE PARI 



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REPORTS OF THE SELECTMEN, TRUSTEES OF 

PUBLIC LIBRARY, SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 

AND OTHER TOWN OFFICERS. 



?'OH THE 



Year Ending January 31, 1893. 




HYDE PARK: 

NORFOLK COUNTY GAZETTE JOB PRINT. 

18 9 3. 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



RECEIPTS if EXPENDITURES 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK 



REPORTS OF THE SELECTMEN, TRUSTEES OF 

PUBLIC LIBRARY, SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 

AND OTHER TOWN OFFICERS, 



Year Ending January 31, 1893. 




HYDE PARK: 

NORFOLK COUNTY GAZETTE JOB PRINT. 

1893. 



OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK, 
For the Year Ending March 6, 1893. 



SELECTMEN AND SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS: 

ROBERT BLEAKIE, STEPHEN B. BALKAM, 

AMOS H. BRAIN A RD, FREDERICK N. TIRRELL, 

THOMAS S. WATERS. 



ASSESSORS : 

THOMAS E. FAUNCE, RANDOLPH P. MOSELEY, 

DAVID PERKINS. 



town clerk: town treasurer: 

HENRY B. TERRY. HENRY S. BUNTON. 



BOARD OF HEALTH: 

JOHN C. LINCOLN, JAMES P. BILLS, (deceased) 

ALVIN D. HOLMES, 

DANIEL F. WOOD, appointed to fill vacancy, (deceased), 

EDWIN C. FARWELL, appointed to fill vacancy. 



OVERSEERS OF THE POOR: 

JOHN TERRY, terra expires 1895. 

CHARLES LEWIS, - term expires 1894. 

GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, .... terra expires 1893. 



COLLECTOR OF TAXES : 

GEORGE SANFORD. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE: 

LOUISE M. WOOD, ..... terra expires 1895. 

JOSHUA F. LEWIS, term expires 1895. 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON. ... - term expires 1894. 

AUGUSTA L. HANCHETT, .... term expires 1894. 

CHARLES G. CHICK, --"--. term expires 1893. 

HENRY S. BUNTON, term expires 1893. 

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SINKING FUND COMMISSIONERS '. 

WILLIAM J. STUART, .... 
DAVID PERKINS, ..... 
HENRY BLASDALE, 



term expires 1895. 
term expires 1894. 
term expires 1893. 



AUDITORS : 

CHARLES F. MORRISON, WALLACE D. LOVELL, 

ASA J. ADAMS. 



TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY: 

G. FRED GRIDLEY, ..... 
EDMUND DAVIS, ..... 

FREDERICK N. TIRRELL, .... 
AMOS H. BRAINARD, ..... 
CHARLES F. JENNEY, .... 

DAVID C. MARR, ..... 

CHARLES S. NORRIS, (resigned) 
EDWARD S. HAYWARD, .... 
HENRY B. MINER, - - 

J. R. CORTHELL, chosen to fill vacancy, - 



term expires 
term expires 
term expires 
term expires 
term expires 
term expires 
term expires 
term expires 
term expires 
term expires 



1895. 
1895. 
1895. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1893. 
1893. 
1893. 
1893. 



CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS : 

GEORGE M. RICE, 

GEORGE E. WHITING, .... 
CHARLES F. JENNEY, - 



term expires 1895. 
term expires 1894. 
term expires 1893. 



CONSTABLES : 

♦CHARLES E. JENNEY, JAMES A. CULLEN, 

FRANK GREENWOOD, DANIEL O'CONNELL, 

WILLIAM W. SCOTT, SAMUEL P. SMITH, 

CYRUS GORMAN, JEREMIAH CORBETT, 

ANDREW D. ROONEY. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT: 



WARREN W. HILTON, 
REUBEN CORSON, 
JOHN H. McKENNA, 



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Chief Engineer. 
Assistant Engineers. 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES : 

EDWIN J. CHANDLER. 



SELECTMEN'S REPORT. 



Citizens : 

The ever-moving pendulum of Time marks the advent of 
that period of the year when those to whom you have con- 
fided the management of your affairs are expected to render 
to you an accoent of the manner in which they have dis- 
charged the duties thus entrusted to them. Accordingly, 
your Selectmen make the following report. 

POLICE. 

For the doings of this department we refer you to the 
report of the Chief. 

CEMETE KY COMMITTEE. 

The Committee appointed by the town, December 30th, 
1892, with authority to purchase land for a Town Cemetery, 
reported to our Board, personally, early in September, that 
they had carried their work to that stage, where in their 
opinion it would be for the best interest of the town that 
the Cemetery Commissioners should take matters in charge. 
Acting under authority vested in this Board, at a meeting 
held September 7th, 1892, we appointed the following gen- 
tlemen Cemetery Commissioners, for the terms as stated, 
viz : Charles F. Jenney, term expires April 1893 ; George 
E. Whiting, term expires April 1894 ; George M. Rice, 
term expires April 1895, and notified the Cemetery Com- 
mittee of our action, in reply to which we received the 
following communication : 

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To the Honorable Board of Selectmen, 

Town of Hyde Park, 3fass 
Gentlemen: In view of your appointment of Cemetery Commissioners 
for Fairview Cemetery, as authorized by the Town, and the fact that the 
authority granted to then by the Town substantially includes that conferred 
by the Town to the Cemetery Committee, we hereby tender our lesignauon 
and desire to report that we have surrendered to the paid Commissioners 
our report of all proceedings of our Committee up to date, plans of surveys, 
with a detailed statement of all expenditures to date, showing balance on 
hand of $1,706.02 for the further developement of said Cemetery under 
supervision. 

Respectfully submitted for the Cemetery Committee. 

F. N. TIRRELL, Chairman. 

Their resignation was accepted and the Committee dis- 
charged. The report of the Cemetery Commissioners 
appears elsewhere. 

ACTIONS AT LAW. 

The case of Hayes vs. Hyde Park, described in report 
of last year, reported in 153 Mass. Supreme Court Keports. 
page 514, which was pending in the Superior Court on 
plaintiff's motion for a new trial at the time of our last 
annual report, has since been decided in favor of the town, 
the motion having been overruled, and a final judgment has 
been entered in favor of the town. 

The petition of Mary A. Eustis on account of betterment 
assessment on her property in consequence of the construc- 
tion of Warren Avenue, between Beacon Street and Nepon- 
set river, was tried during the May sitting of the Superior 
Court at Dedham, and a verdict was rendered in favor of 
the Town for the amount of assessment and interest, sus- 
taining in every respect the validity of the Selectmen's 
assessment. 

The petition of the Board of Selectmen of 1890 to pro- 



hibit the County Commissioners from making certain decrees 
in relation to Metropolitan Avenue, which petition, the cir- 
cumstances connected therewith and certain proceedings 
thereon, were fully described in the annual reports of the 
Selectmen, for years ending January 1891 and 1892. This 
case came on to be heard by a single justiceof the Supreme 
Court in February, 1892, and the question in controversy 
between the Town and the County Commissioners was re- 
served by him for the consideration of the full Court, and 
later it was fully argued before that Court, and on the 23d 
day of June last, in an elaborate opinion, which may be 
found in the Northeastern Reporter, Vol. 31, p. 691, it was 
ordered, for the reasons stated in the opinion, that the 
petition be dismissed ; and thereafter the County Commis- 
sioners adjudicated and decreed that Metropolitan Avenue 
be constructed as a public way between the Old Colony 
Railroad and Riverside Square. 

The case of Mary A. Foster, which was reported as pend- 
ing at the time of the 1892 Report, was an action for 
alleged injuries sustained by Mrs. Foster in March, 1891, 
while travelling on the sidewalk on Fairmount Avenue, be- 
tween the New York & New England Railroad and the 
bridge over the Neponset River. She claimed damages in 
the sum of $5,000, and final judgment was entered on the 
verdict. This case came on to be heard during the October 
sitting of the Superior Court, and after full and protracted 
trial a verdict was rendered in favor of the Town. • 

Louis H. Mahan, of Boston, made claims for personal in- 
juries and injuries to his horse and carriage sustained ou 
Business Street, and placed his claim in the hands of counsel 
who threatened to bring suit against the Town. Upon 
investigation we found that Mr. Mahan sustained some in- 
jury to his person and to his horse and carriage ; we were 



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advised that the claim was a proper one to adjust, and the 
same was settled on payment of $200. 

The case of Mary Ann Hobart alluded to in the last 
anuual report and then pending in the Superior Court in 
Norfolk County, was for an alleged injury sustained on 
the curbstone in front of No. 6 Fairmount Avenue in April, 
1891. She claimed damages in the sum of $3,000. This 
suit has been on the trial list for several terms and was 
reached for trial at the present January sitting of the 
Superior Court. After some negotiations, the suit was dis- 
posed of by entry of " neither party," thus saving the 
Town harmless. 

Sarah S. Fuller, of Boston, brought an action against the 
Town which is now pending in the Superior Court, Norfolk 
County, and may be reached for trial at the May sitting of 
that Court. She claimed damages in the sum of $4,000, 
for injuries alleged to have been sustained on Central Park 
Avenue or Hyde Park Avenue, near the junction of these 
avenues. 

William H. Ruddick, of Boston, brought a suit against 
the Town, entered in the Superior Court in January, 1893, 
which suit is now pending, and may be reached for trial at 
the May sitting, in which he claims damages in the sum of 
$1,500, for personal injuries and injuries to his horse, 
sleigh and harness, alleged to have been sustained on River 
Street and Wood Avenue. 

Charles H. Price, of this Town, has brought an action 
against the Town, returnable in the Superior Court in March, 
1893, in which he claims damages in the sum of $1,000. 

HIGH SCHOOL ADDITIONS, AND HIGHWAYS. 

We came before you last March with carefully matured 



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plans for our year's work and asked for sufficient appro- 
priations therefor, which you confidingly granted. But 
hardly had we started in on the work which we had out- 
lined when the attitude of the School Committee fore- 
shadowed plans on their part which, if carried out, would 
lead to the abandonment of that financial policy to which, 
for the previous three years, the town had given its em- 
phatic approval, and the preservation of which your select- 
men felt they were expected to guard. That policy was to 
contract no more debt, until the present indebtedness was 
all cleared off, unless some emergency arose which made it 
absolutely necessary so to do. After looking over the situ- 
ation carefully a majority of our Board were of the opinion 
that no such emergency had arisen, that it would be unwise 
for the town at that time to contract a considerable debt 
for the construction of a new high school building, and that 
the needs of the school could be met in a less costly way. 
Repeated meetings between our Board and the School Com- 
mittee were held in vain attempts to unite on a policy suffi- 
ciently acceptable to both and which we could recommend 
jointly to the town. It was finally decided to go before the 
citizens with a majority and a minority report. The ma- 
jority report was to the effect that nothing short of imme- 
diate construction of a new building could meet the 
demands which would be made by the expected increase of 
scholars, which was confidently estimated at fifty for the 
current year. The minority report advised the enlargement 
of the present school building so as to meet the probable 
requirements of the next few years, and recommended the 
transfer from the appropriation for highway improvements 
of enough money to meet the estimated cost of such enlarge- 
ment, namely, $6,000. 

When you came to act on the reports, fellow citizens, 



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you adopted the latter ; and we trust that you have no 
reason to feel dissatisfied with the decision you then made. 

The High school building, as it now stands, is pro- 
nounced a credit to the town by those who have had expe- 
rience in such matters and are capable of forming an intel- 
ligent judgment ; and it is likely to meet all our wants for 
years to come, particularly if the increase in the number of 
its scholars is no greater than that of this year, which in- 
stead of the fifty counted on by the School Committee, has 
been only about seven : a number which could have been 
accommodated easily in the old building as it was. 

This fact may serve, perhaps, as an object lesson to us 
all, showing us how imaginary wants may impose upon our 
intelligence, and so cloud it that reason for the time being 
ceases to have influence over our actions looking to our 
town's best interests. 

As directed by the vote of the town the selectmen started 
in at once upon the enlargement of the building and con- 
tracted with Richardson & Rafter for the work above the 
foundation for the price of $5,272. But as the work pro- 
gressed defects were found that demanded attention. 
Among other things the furnaces in the building were 
utterly worthless, and there seemed to be no escape from 
adopting the same method of heating which the town had 
sanctioned in three other school buildings, namely, steam 
heating. Feeling that our action would be approved by the 
town we did not hesitate to have this done, at a cost of 
$1,846. This, with other necessary expenses, such as 
piping, painting, mason work, digging the cellar, con- 
creting, etc., brought the total cost of the improvements to 
$8,919.31. For further particulars, we refer you to our 
detailed statement of expenses. If there be eliminated 
from this cost the outside concrete work, steam heating, 



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and other sundries which could not be anticipated when 
the original calculation was made, it will be seen readily 
that our first estimate of $6,000 as the cost of the proposed 
change was substantially correct ; in fact, within fifty dol- 
lars of it . 

The transference from the highway appropriation of the 
sum needed for the High school building necessitated an 
entire change in our plans for street work, and the adoption 
of the policy of doing such permanent work only as came 
easily within our remaining means, carefully considering 
our resources so that all the ordinary repairs upon our 
highways might be well attended to. We think that we 
have so done this that now, at the end of the year, not only 
are our streets fully up to their condition of a year ago but 
substantial improvements have been made, such as macada- 
mizing some 2,65 ) feet of roadway in the neighborhood of 
the Cotton Mill and around the pond in Readville : 850 feet 
on Gordon Avenue ; 300 feet more on West street, and 
rebuilding the 700 feet of Fairmount Avenue between 
Everett Square and the N. Y. & N. E. R. R. Crossing. 

Of paved gutters we have constructed 400 feet on Ar- 
lington street and 350 feet on Williams Avenue ; of curbing 
268 feet on West River street, 195 feet on Hyde Park 
Avenue. We have put up a new fountain at Clarendon 
Hills station ; have planked Fairmount and Stony Brook 
bridges ; and have at the crusher 600 loads of stone ready 
for distribution upon the streets. We have paid every debt 
which has been contracted, and have balances amounting 
to $35.52, also $1,474.57 covered into the treasury from 
betterment assessments which at the last March meeting, 
the town neglected to make available for our use this year, 
as had been done before, but which may be considered 
fairly as belonging to the highway department; thus leav- 



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ing about $1,500 in the town treasury to the credit of the 
highway appropriation ready for any call which the vicissi- 
tudes of the weather or any unexpected emergency may 
make. There are also $1,290.50 of betterment assessments 
not yet collected. 

With such a showing we feel that no mistake was made 
in sparing from the funds intended for permanent work upon 
the streets so much as was needed to make the changes in 
the High School building, which have fitted it to meet all 
probable demands till the time when, the burden of our in- 
debtedness removed, all can join heartily in measures for the 
construction of an edifice for our High school pupils, which 
will be not only a joy to them but a credit and glory to our 
town. 

Believing that the thoughts of the retiring Board as to the 
needs of the town for the ensuing year are appreciated by 
many of our citizens, as enabling them to come to more 
correct conclusions and aiding them to carry out those con- 
clusions more intelligently at the appropriation meeting, 
we here present to you a table which shows in its first 
column the appropriations made this year, and in the next 
column what we think will be needed for similar purposes 
next year. 

SUPPORT OF SCHOOLS. 

1892. 1893. 



Teachers, janitors and fuel, 




$30,400 00 




Incidentals, 




3,200 00 




Text books and supplies, 




2,000 00 




Evening Schools, 




700 00 




Industrial schools, 




150 00 




Steam heating for Fairmount 


school 






building, 




2,000 00 








$38,450 00 


$36,450 00 



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DEBT AND INTEREST MATURING. 



Cemetery note, 


$2,000 00 






Other notes and bonds, 


7,500 00 






Interest, 


9,500 00 






Sinking Fund, 


3,000 00 








. 


$22,000 00 


$20,000 00 


Public Library, 




$ 1,850 00 


1,850 00 


Highways, current exoenses, 




4,000 00 


4,000 00 


Highways, permanent improvements, 




12,000 00 


10,000 00 


Board of Health, 




1,500 00 


1,500 00 


Incidental expenses, 




7,000 00 


6,500 00 


Salaries of town officers, 




3,325 00 


3,325 00 


Police, 




4,000 00 


3,500 00 


Support of Poor, 




3,500 00 


2,500 00 


Street Lights, 




7,700 00 


7,500 00 


Fire Department, 




4,700 00 


4,700 00 


Grand Army of the Republic, 




150 00 


150 00 


Voted December 30, 1891, 




2,500 00 




Sums voted in 1892 and payable in 1893, viz : 






October 18, Fairview Avenue, 


$1,000 00 






November 29, Furniture High 








School Building. 


1,000 00 






November 29, Board of Health 


, 744 33 




$2,744.33 



$112,675 00 $104,719 33 

We recommend that the amount required for Fire Hy- 
drant service be appropriated from Corporation and National 
Bank tax, as in years past. 

We present these figures to you after a careful considera- 
tion of the Town's situation and its needs, and if adopted, 
the tax levy will be under $14 per $1,000. 

For schools we have put down the same as given last 
year except the $2,000 which was appropriated for putting 
steam heating apparatus in the Fairmount school. 

In addition to $4,000 for ordinary repairs on our streets 
we recommend the appropriation of $10,000 for permanent 



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improvements on highways From this amount ample 
funds will be available for the building of Metropolitan 
Avenue as decreed by the County Commissioners, and suf- 
ficient will remain for the performance of such other work 
as may be advisable. 

The police department having $1,110.39 now to its credit 
in the treasury, we advise an appropriation of $500 less. 

There remaining unexpended $2,608.71 of the appropria- 
tions for the poor, we recommend $1,000 less. 

For street lighting we suggest $200 less because of an 
unexpended balance in the treasury to that account. , 

The item of $20,000 for debt and interest might be con- 
siderably reduced ; but we believe that it is well to raise 
that amount this year, and a like amount next year, for by 
so doing our debt will be wiped out substantial^, so that 
when we come to the March meeting of 1895 we will be 
relieved of this yearly burden of $20,000 in our tax levy 
and our taxes per $1,000 can easily drop to $12 and under, 
thereby reaching in a period of two years that happy con- 
dition, the advocacy of which you have endorsed again and 
again for the last four years. And in looking forward to 
that period of low taxation we are not advocating a nig- 
gardly policy but a continuation of the methods which have 
shaped the conduct of the business of the town the last four 
vears ; a period when, we think, it can be said safely that as 
many substantial improvements have been made as during 
any time in the town's history. 

Fellow citizens, having placed before you a report of our 
year's work we hope that you will give it that careful con- 
sideration which is always pleasant to a servant who labors 
to be faithful to the trust confided to him. 

If we have failed to meet your every expectation, it has 
not been from any division of sentiment in our Board, nor 



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from any intentional neglect of your desires, but from a 
failure on our part to correctly comprehend them. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROBERT BLEAKIE, 
STEPHEN B. BALK AM, 
AMOS H. BRAINARD, 
FREDERICK N. TIRRELL, 
THOMAS S. WATERS, 

Selectmen of Hyde Park. 



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT. 



BIRTHS. 

Number of births registered in Hyde Park in 1892 . . 285 

Males 141 

Females . 144 

The parentage of the children is as follows : 

Both parents American . . 119 

Irish . 41 

Scotch . . " 6 

" •' English 4 

' : " Swedes ........ 4 

" Germans ........ 4 

of British Provinces ...... 28 

Mixed, one parent American ....... 58 

Both parents of other nationalities 21 

Born in January, 27 ; February, 27 ; March, 11 ; April 26 ; May, 36 ; 
June, 18: July, 32; August, 18; September, 22; October, 16; Novem- 
ber, 29 ; December, 23. 





MARRIAGES. 




Number of intentions of marriage issued in 1892 . 


108 


" " marriages registered in 1892 


110 


Oldest groom 


. 


55 


'• bride 


. 


56 


Youngest groom 





18 


" bride 


. 


17 


Both parties born 


in United States ..... 


48 


a <i i< 


Ireland ...... 


6 


.. 


England ...... 


3 


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Scotland ....*. 


4 


U IC 4« 


Sweden ...... 


3 


«4 it it 


British Provinces .... 


7 


it. I< 4* 


other foreign countries . 


13 


Foreign and American „ 


26 




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Married in January, 8; February, 6; March 7; April 9: May, 5; 
June 12; July, 3; August, 11: September, 13; October. 20; Novem- 
ber, 9; December, 7, 

The following are the names and residences of the parties whose 
marriages were solemnized in 1892, certificates of which have been 
filed in this office: — 

Jan. 31. Richard E. Trumpolt of Hyde Park and Bertha Burnett of 

Attleboro. 
" 19. Walter J. Hope and Emma Lindgren, both of Hyde Park. 
" 21. Olef P. Lindgren and Alice Swanson, both of Hyde Park. 

6. Guy D. Outlaw and Amanda Priester, both of Hyde Park. 
" 26. Stephen J. Collins and Julia Kilty, both of Hyde Park. 
" 22. Thomas McKeown and Hannah J. Whitten, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 20. Patrick Kelley and Josephine B. Nolan, both of Hyde Park. 
" 1. Eugene H. Clark and Maggie. Steadman, both of Hyde 

Park. 
Feb. 21. Andrew Raiche and Mary Connell, both of Hyde Park. 
•' 4. Michael J. Welsh and Catherine Cleary, both of Hyde Park. 
" 16. Ralph A. Rokes and Mary Vandervort, both of Hyde Park. 
" 20. Clarence H. McCrillis and Mary B Wood, both ol Hyde 

Park. 
" 24. Joseph Thornhill and Eliza L. Jones, both of Hyde Park. 
" 24. Frederick L. Johnson and Sarah J. Perkins, both of Hyde 

Park. 
Mar. 10. William Mitchell and Annie Ferguson, both of Hyde Park. 
" 11. Frank C. Norton and Lillie M. Young, both of Hyde Park. 
" 11. Frank Simmons and Bridget Corrigan, both of Hyde Park. 
" 24. Wilhelm Dahl of Hyde Park and Lydia Ericson of Boston. 
" 1. Patrick Martin of Hyde Park and Sarah McGinnis of Ded- 

ham. 
«« 16. Joseph F. Coolbrith of Hyde Park and Nellie Welch of 

Dedham. 
" 14. Harry R. Brooks and Alice H. Noyes, both of Marlboro. 
April 27. Henry Johnston and Annie Hirsch, both of Hyde Park. 
" 26. Frederick Blandford of Chelsea and Fanny E. Fennell of 

Hyde Park. 
" 28. Thomas Lord and Jane E. Melledew, both of Hyde Park. 
" 27. Herman Gregg of Waltham and Lillian M. Harlow of 

Hyde Park. 



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April 24. David P. Beal and EmmaE. Toothaker, both of Cohasset. 
" 14. John Inglis and Jessie Graham, both of Hyde Park. 
" 30. George VV. Edwards of Boston and Agnes M. Frame of 

Hyde Park. 
" 30. Charles W. Luce of Merrimac and Augusta E. Mangum of 

Hyde Park. 
" 9. Arthur W. Baker of Taunton and Hattie E. Firth of Hyde 

Park. 
May 5. Rufus B. Elliot of Hyde Park and Isabel C. Anderson of 

Boston. 
" 12. John C. Savage and Mary L. Clarke, both of Hyde Park. 
" 2. John Pagington and Jennie Cann, both of Hyde Park. 
'« 25. Philip W. Carroll of Hyde Park and Mary J. Corcoran 

of Dedham. 
'• 28. Joel K. Mitchell and Robina A. Olstrom, both of Hyde 

Park. 
June 22. George F. Blakeney and Georgianna A. Bennett, both of 

Hyde Park. 
" 3. Joseph McClenaghau of Hyde Park and Letitia Evans of 

Boston. 
41 29. William E. F. Radell of Hyde Park and Minnie G. Rowe 

ot Boston. 
" 23. Patrick A. Sheehan of Manchester, Conn, and Jennie L. 

O'Donnell of Hyde Park. 
6. Matthew Robinson of Hyde Park and Ellen M. Turberfleld 

of Boston. 
" 1. Axel H. Nelson of Boston and Josie M. Lindgren ol Hyde 

Park. 
" 18. Alfred E. Hoyden of Hyde Park and Anna D. Talbot ot 

Somerville. 
11 29. George Pauncefort and Ida May Tripp, both of New York, 

N. Y. 
8. William C. Morhoff of Dedham and Mary R. Libby of 

Hyde Park. 
" 22. Thomas Downey and Annie B. McRae, both of Hyde Park. 
" 14. Martin Norton of Boston and Mary Gately of Hyde Park. 
" 23. James Pinner, Jr. of Brorkline and Mary Shea of Hyde 

Park. 
July 28. Thomas O'Keefe and Mary A. Duggan both of Hyde Park. 
" 4. James McGrath and Margaret Lee both of Hyde Park. 
" 5. Charles Fraser and Frances M. Laws, both of Hyde Park 



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Aug. 13. Theodore M. Boettcher, Jr. and Delia Clancy both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 14. Manuel V. Espinola of Hyde Park and ^atie M. Leonard 

of Boston. 
" 4. William \V. Packard and Madge R. Chamberlain, both of 

Hyde Park. 
" 2. Philip J. Dagle and Margaret McEachern, both of Hyde 

Park. 
* 1. William O'Neil of Quincy and Christy A. Chisholm of Hyde 

Park. 
" 3. Peter H. Collins of Hyde Park and Bridget Seary of 

Dedham. 
" 15. Peter M. Hussey and Etta M. Fogg, both of Hyde Park. 
3. Arthur W. Piper of Hyde Park and Alice G. Chapin of 

Melrose. 
" 13. Nopoleon Sirroi and Marie D. Champagne, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 18. James Fulton and Bridget Curran, both of Hyde Park. 
" 27. John Weston and Louisa Shepard, both of Hyde Park. 
Sept. 29. Thomas Smith of Providence, R. I. and Mary E. Groves of 

Hyde Park. 
•* 26. Patrick J. Nugent and Mary A. Guilfoyle, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 14. Edward J. Fitzgerald of Boston and Margaret M. Kelley of 

Hyde Park. 
" 21. Daniel E. Lutes of Aspen, Col. and Elizabeth Tarrant of 
Hyde Park. 
8. Edwin M. Merrill of Hyde Park and Annie M. Austin of 

Salem. 
" 28. James N. Hargraves and Alice E. Cobb, both of Dedham. 
" 13. John Cremin of Hyde Park and Susan L. Mc Andrews of 

Boston. 
" 14. Henry M. Dunning of Hyde Park and Helen M. White of 

Boston. 
" 8. George E. M. Dickinson of Hyde Park and Georgie E. 

Gilkey of Brewer, Me. 
" 26. George W. White and Ella R. Towne, both of Hyde Park. 
" 1. Frederick L. Pierce of Boston and Etta M. Cate of Hyde 

Park. 
" 6. William L. Romkey and Ella Dowling, both of Lunenberg, 

N. S. 



20 

Sept. 9. George J. Mayo and Isabella Stinson, both of Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Oct. 6. Frederick W. Fenno and Annie R. Whiting, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 5. John S. Lovejoy and Grace M. Home, both of Hyde Park. 
" 12. Robert E. Grant and Mary W. Scott, both of Hyde Park. 
" 12. Michael J. Brooks of Hyde Park and Mary M. Morrisey of 

Dedham. 
8. Frederick K. Black and Annie E. G. Pearson, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 6. Robert B. Bradbury of Boston and Jannett Dunbar of 

Hyde Park. 
" 4. Elmer E. Abbott of Hyde Park and Annie C. Whee'er of 

Dedham. 
" 4. Frank E. Langley of Hyde Park and Mary B. MeLellan of 

Boston. 
" 19. Henry F. Holtham and Lillian M. Gould, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 25. James E. Sheridan of Boston and Ellen M. Burns of Hyde 

Park. 
" 13. Stewart Crossman of Hyde Park and Coralina S. Peterson 

of Boston. 
" 20. James McDonald and Maiy Taylor, both of Hyde Park. 
" 27. John Hayes and Margaret Burns, both of Hyde Park. 
" 28. David Wood and Catherine Maguire, both of Hyde Park. 
" 13. John S. Troy and Margaret M. Connell, both of Hyde Park. 
■*' 17. Florence Mahoney and Mary Crawford, both of Hyde Park. 
*' 18. William J. Gallagher and Elizabeth L. Sweeney, both of 

Hyde Park. 
" 27. John W. Hudson and Mary Duffy, both of Hyde Park. 
" 27. John Padden and Nora Ryan, both of Hyde Park. 
" 30. Clarence A. Lishman and Sarah E. Wood, both of Hyde 

Park. 
;Nov. 28. Samuel Albee and Florence A. Webster, both ot Hyde 

Park. 
" 24. Paul H. Seifert and Addie Fisher, both of Millis. 
" 23. Leslie 11. Fellows and Elizabeth Kerr, both of Hyde Park. 
" 23. Frank Duffy of Hyde Park and Katie Flynn of So. Grove- 
land. 
s * 14. James Robinson and Agnes M. Dempsey, both of Hyde 

Park. 



21 



Dec. 



Nov. 8. 



22. 

1. 

24. 

7. 

15. 

25. 
24. 

25. 

28. 

31. 



Walter E. Harwood of Hyde Park and Katie M. McCue of 

Boston. 
William J. Hughes of Hyde Park and Sarah J. Donlan of 

Boston. 
John A. Furdon and Mary W. Bennett, both of Hyde Park. 
James Chisholm and Mary A. Mullen, both of Hyde Park. 
Alexander P. Goddard and Eliza&eth Thompson, both of 

Hyde Park. 
Frank A. Shackelford of Boston and Mary J. Campbell of 

Brookline. 
George W. Webster and Cassie E. Boyd, both of Chelsea. 
Melzer H. Soule and Minnie E. Rankine, both of Hyde 

Park. 
George M. Tuck and Alice R. Forbes, both of Hyde Park. 
William H. Murphy of Hyde Park and Mary L. Demarest 

of Haydenville. 
William Fardy and Catherine Bages, both of Hyde Park. 



DEATHS. 

Number of Deaths in Hyde Park in 1892 
Males .... 

Females .... 
Born in the United States 

" Ireland . 

" British Provinces 

" Scotland 

" England 

" Sweden 

BirthDlace unknown 



180 
94 
86 

126 

27 

12 

3 

8 
2 

2 



AGES. 

Stillborn 11 

Under one year 33 

Between 1 and 5 years 13 

5 " 10 " . 1 

*■ 10 " 20 " 2 

" 20 " 30 " 16 



22 



Between 30 and 40 years, 



40 
50 
60 
70 

80 



50 
60 
70 
80 
90 



16 
16 

22 
18 
16 
16 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



Accident .... 
Consumption, pneumonia, or 

other lung diseases 
Cholera infantum, or other 

bowel diseases . 
Diphtheria 
Throat diseases (other than 

diphtheria) 
Cancer and tumor 
Brain diseases 
Marasmus 



10 



44 



Influenza . 


1 


Convulsions 


2 


Meningitis 


7 


Heart disease . 


14 


Typhoid fever . 


3 


Typhoid pneumonia 


1 


Paralysis and apoplexy 


13 


Stillborn . 


11 


Old age 


8 


Bright's disease 


3 


Variou s other diseases 


35 



23 



The following are the names of those who died in Hyde Park 
and of residents of Hyde Park who died elsewhere, during the year 
1892. 



Jan. 



Feb. 



Mar. 



A pril 



Edna E. Towner 

Rebecca B. Mann 

Mary J. Tophan 

Betsey Battlestein 

Margaret McD enough. . 

Margaret R. Raiche 

Mary F. Hall 

Sarah E. Bunker 

Henry Grew , 

Stephen S. Bunker 

Mary Keltv 

i Dierkes 

Richard Stanley 

Annie E. Foley , 

Minnie Jank , 

Maria L. Davison 

Sarah Cox , 

Sarah A . Coles , 

Thomas Brachu , 

James A. Guinan , 

George E. Coles 

Adella A. Lauriat , 

John O'Brien , 

Teresa Lee 

Charles Adams , 

Francis W. Shattuck 

Boyd Roden 

Ira C. Pierce 

James M. Trotter 

Volberg C. Roman 

Catherine B. Pierce 

Mary A. Paine , 

Alious Jordan 

Prudence Green — 

Elizabeth A. Williams.. 

John W. Barden 

Bridget Burns 

Maria Gould 

Alice Clearv 

Lauriston W. Sherman. 

Merit P. Alderman 

David H. Farnsworth.. . 

Joseph M. Floyd 

David M. H. Minnis 

Zina S. Oliver 

Adelaide L. Cochran.,.. 

Patrick Connolly 

Mary Connolly 

Eddie F. Simmons 

John N. Bullard 

Halpin 

Sarah De vine 

Frederick C. McDuffie.. 

Aresilia Jolbert 

William J. Guinazzo 



AGES 




Y. 


M. 


D. 

8 


6 


2 


82 


4 


4 


40 


— 


— 


— 


1 


14 


73 


— 


— 


— 


1 


29 


79 


7 


6 


82 


9 


5 


83 


7 


15 


83 





6 


60 


— 


— 


71 





13 


22 


6 


— 


— 


— 


5'hs 


78 


6 
4 

4 


21 


29 


21 


87 


7 


5 


35 


11 


2,5 


— 


— 


12 


39 


11 


23 


32 


6 


— 


— 


8 


20 


81 


3 


29 


63 


1 


16 


43 


1 


27 


68 


5 


9 


50 


— 


19 


— 


— 


10 


56 


1 


2 


48 


1 


23 






H 


76 


4 


18 


70 


1 


24 


25 


— 


— 


67 








86 


6 


25 


57 










4 


15 


79 


2 


10 


1 


9 


8 


75 


4 


3 
2 


47 


. 


50 


3 


12 


1 


4 


20 


4 


6 


— 


— 


10 


22 


58 


8 


19 


30 


9 





4 


8 


3 


1 


— 


1 


1 


2 


— 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Diphtheria. 

Pneumonia 

Pneumonia. 

Erysipelas. 

Heart failure. 

Capillary bronchitis. 

Pneumonia. 

Pleurisy fever. 

Influenza. 

Old age. 

Pneumonia. 

Stillborn. 

Congestion of lungs. 

Phthisis pulmonalis. 

Non viable. 

Exhaustion. 

Whooping cough. 

Puerperal fever. 

Pneumonia. 

Disease of heart. 

Broncho pneumonia. 

Phthisis. 

Phthisis. 

Meningitis. 

Old age. 

Cirrhosis hepatis. 

Phthisis. 

Pneumonia. 

Pulmonary tuberculosis. 

Hemorrhage. 

Pneumonia. 

Pneumonia. 

Premature birth. 

Apoplexy. 

Heart disease. 

Phthisis pulmonalis. 

Old age. 

Pneumonia. 

Pneumonia. 

Pneumonia. 

Nephritis. 

Pneumonia. 

Apoplexy. 

Haemohyhilia. 

Heart disease. 

Apoplexy. 

Trachealis. 

Diphtheria. 

Marasmus. 

Consumption. 

Stillborn. 

Pulmonary tuberculosis. 

Diphtheria. 

Pneumonia. 

Meningitis. 



24 
Deaths. — Continued. 



April 23 
23 
23 
26 
27 
28 
29 

May 6 
11 
11 
11 
12 
14 
16 
18 
18 
18 
19 
22 
23 
26 
29 
30 
30 
31 
1 
11 
12 
13 
16 
16 
19 
20 
20 
23 



June 



July 



Aua 



William H. Carpenter.. 

Francis Hickey 

James Marsden 

Andreas J. Brostrom... 

Eurania Brockway 

John S. Austin 

Ellen Kelleher 

Henry L. Hancock 

Abigail Baker 

Elizabeth M. Bissett 

Bridget M. Hart 

Sarah L. Miner 

Carrie F. Crummet 

JohnE.F. Welch 

Lizzie McCntcheon 

Walter I. Day 

Walter S. Tower 

George Spencer 

Cheevers 

Luella Potter 

Daniel Scannel) 

James P.Bills 

Hannah Collins 

Edmund Duggan 

Mary Owens 

Fennessy 

Ryder 

Sarah G. Manuel 

James B. Googins 

John W. Munroe, Jr 

John McTernan 

Selina G. Runnells 

Frank Hiikin 

Ellen H. Meiggs 

Catherine O'Grady 

Isabella Johnston 

Sidney C. Putnam 

Warren 

Rachael Bublestein 

Keren Curley 

John R. Sampson 

McAuliffe 

William Hincks 

McDonald 

Harriet E. Putnam 

Henry J. Gardner 

Bartley Norton 

Florence E. Nash 

Mary F. Hardy 

Joseph L. Lynch 

John Bleakie 

Mary E. Jennings 

Euphemia C- Armstrong 

Carrie B. Crocker 

Joseph L. Perkins 

Edward James 

Bernard Brady 

Sarah Manning 

Willie D. Outlaw 



T. 


M. 


1 


8 


— 


5 


68 


9 


55 


4 


72 


7 


:;: 


7 


22 


— 


59 


2 


55 


6 


To 


— 


35 


— 


39 


10 


35 


3 


33 


— 


49 


— 


17 


8 


21 


4 


68 


— 


42 


— 


47 


4 


54 


6 


43 


— 


50 


— 


64 


9 


83 


— 


27 


11 


34 


— 


59 


— 


50 


10 


44 


2 


62 


— 


83 


10 


63 


6 


4 





58 


— 




6 


50 


9 


74 


1 


54 


— 


1 


7 


7!t 


5 


— 


5 


80 


7 


42 


4 


.".2 


11 


1.8 


9 


<>7 


9 









5 


— 


2 


— 


3 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



21 

17 
17 

10 
4 

17 

IS 

U h 



21 » 



Meningitis. 

Meningitis. 

Cirrhosis of liver. 

Consumption. 

Hydrops pericardii. 

Phthisis. 

Peritonitis. 

Accident. 

Chronic bronchitis. 

Heart disease. 

Asthenia. 

Pneumonia. 

Paralysis. 

Congestion of brain. 

Surgical operation. 

Meningitis. 

Tuberculosis. 

Cyanosis. 

Stillborn. 

Cancer of liver. 

Consumption. 

Apoplexy. 

Paralysis. 

Cirrhosis of liver. 

Paralysis. 

Stillborn. 

Stillborn. 

Disease of stomach. 

Paralysis. 

Consumption. 

Consumption. 

Brights disease. 

Phthisis. 

Pneumonia. 

Paralysis. 

Pneumonia. 

Heart disease. 

Stillborn. 

Shock from burning. 

Bright's disease. 

Intusseption. 

Stillborn. 

Cyanosis. 

Stillborn. 

Anaemia. 

Cancer. 

Dysentery. 

Drowned". 

Old age. 

Cholera infantum. 

Old age. 

Albuminuria. 

Bright's disease. 

Scrofula. 

Heart disease. 

Cholera infantum. 

Cholera infantum. 

Cholera infantum. 

Cholera infantum. 



25 
Deaths. — Continued. 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



David McKnight 

Edward F. Russell 

Bernedettte B. Bowen 

John White 

Francis Welch 

Thomas Conway 

John S. Reardon 

Johnson 

Charles Wood 

John E. Stone 

Archibald Kelley 

Beatty 

Annie Coleman 

■I ohn N. Bryant 

James Hart 

Isabella P. McLeod.. . 

Michael Barry 

Catherine Goolden.... 

Daniel F. Wood 

Abigail A . Endicott. . . 

Harley H. Per ham 

Mary Holmes 

Mary A. E. Mooney.. 

Cornelia Spaane 

Mary Barrett 

Henry G. Clark 

Mary F. Sweeney 

Ellen McNamara 

Gertrude F. Lewis 

Ellsworth D. Lovell.. 

Frank A. Butler 

Royds 

John W. Putnam 

Herbert R. Foss 

Louisa P. Cobbett 

John Hutcheon 

Charles G. Norling — 

Alice O'Brien 

John Wallace 

Daniel Whitaker 

Frank Ricker 

Haigh 

William Bell 

Elizabeth Riley 

George H. Sparks 

Eleaner Spring 

William P. Stone 

Mary Towle 

' Minnie Gerry 

Grace A . Lindsey 

Teresa Y. Carret 

Ann Lane 

John W. Mahoney 

Cassie C. Harvey 

Eliza Hojt 

Mary Kunn 

William A. Norwood.. 
Patrick F. Beausang.. 



AGES 




Y. 


M. 


T>. 


84 


10 




— 


4 


9 


— 


— 


5hs 


67 


2 


25 


— 


— 


12 


22 


6 


- 


1 


1 


10 


59 


11 


30 


fi8 


— 


— 


— 





1 


1 


1 


8 


1 


3 


— 


— 


11 


18 


— 


3 


19 


89 


— 


— 


56 


— • 


— 


6'2 


1 


26 


71 


11 


/ 


23 


6 


3 


60 





— 


88 


1 


— 


34 


10 


14 


50 





— 


78 


4 


11 


23 


3 


9 


68 


— 


— 


— 


2 


17 


— 


1 


29 


39 


— 


— 





6 


20 


24 


2 


17 


51 


11 


7 


22 





— 


51 


11 


21 


00 


9 


— 


20 


— 


18 


76 


5 


12 


— 


— 


20 


28 


_ 





48 


— 


— 


42 


10 


— 


26 


9 


15 


78 


4 


3 








7 


2 


7 


11 


33 


6 


8 


57 


1 


12 


47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


18 


32 


— 


— 


32 


7 


18 


80 


11 


4 


88 


5 


— 




3 





CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Senile debility. 

Gastro intestinal catarrh. 

Inanition. 

Diarrhoea. 

Convulsions. 

Appendicitis. 

Acute phthisis. 

Stillborn. 

Bronchitic Marasmus. 

Heart disease. 

Pulmonary phthisis. 

Premature birth. 

Gastric interitis. 

Meningitis. 

Cholera infantum. 

Marasmus. 

Old age. 

Bronchitis. 

Heart disease. 

Dysentery. 

Typhoid fever. 

Heart disease. 

Apoplexy. 

Pneumonia. 

Typhoid pneumonia. 

Shock from colic. 

Consumption. 

Heart disease. 

Marasmus. 

Malassimulation, 

Accident. 

Stillborn. 

Marasmus. 

Accident. 

Myoma. 

Accident. 

Embolism. 

Phthisis Pulmonalis 

Consumption. 

Paralysis. 

Marasmus. 

Stillborn. 

Drowned. 

Apoplexy. 

Typhoid fever. 

Typhoid fever. 

Pneumonia. 

Pneumonia. 

Memingitis. 

Pulmonary tuberculosis. 

Heart disease. 

Consumption. 

Marasmus. 

Pulmonary tuberculosis. 

Paralysis. 

Cancer. 

Cancer. 

Convulsions. 



26 
Deaths. — Concluded. 



DATE. 


NAMES. 


AGES. 


CAUSE OF DEATH. 




T. 

69 
89 
25 
68 
40 
51 
60 
82 


M. 


D. 




Dec. 21 

22 




5 
2 
2 

8 


16 

28 
21 

— 

5 


Inflammation of liver. 


23 






26 

27 




Heart failure. 


29 






19 
20 




Cancer. 
Pneumonia. 



The Town Clerk requests information of any omission or error 
in the above tables, in order that the registration may be as cohiplete 
as possible. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY B. TERRY, 

Town Clerk. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH. 



In giving the report for the past year, it would seem 
fitting that first we should make mention of those who 
have so faithfully served the town as members of this Board, 
whom our Heavenly Father in his goodness has seen fit to 
take from our midst, and whom we sincerely mourn. 

In the latter part of spring Dr. J. P. Bills, chairman of 
the Board, after a few days sickness was called from us. 
Daniel F. Wood who was appointed to fill the vacancy 
which was caused by the death of Dr. Bills, acted as secret- 
ary for the Board for a few months, when after a few hours 
sickness death claimed a second member of the Board for 
this year. 

The slectmen filled the vacancy caused by the death of 
D. F. Wood by the appointment of E. C. Farwell. 

In offering this report we do not claim that our work has 
been perfect, but we have tried to work for the best interest 
of the town and its citizens. 

The Board has held meetings at stated times, and special 
meetings when business of importance made it necessary. 

We would call attention to the following circular issued 
by the State Board of Health : 

PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS RELATIVE TO CHOLERA. 

A Circular from the State Board of Health of Massachusetts. 

In view of the appearance of epidemic cholera during the present 
year in foreign ports and cities, and of the possibility of its occur- 
rence in the cities and towns of Massachusetts, the following circular 
is issued by the State Board of Health for the guidance of local 
boards of health and all others whom it may concern. 

(27) 



28 

While recognizing the extremely infectious nature of cholera the 
Board emphasizes the fact that the presence of imported cases ought 
not to prove a source of alarm to a community if the place receiving 
the infection has had, and, continues to have, thorough sanitary care 
and supervision. 

The discharges from the bowels are without doubt the chief source 
of infection. Vomited matter is open to suspicion and should be 
similarly treated. In proportion as carelessness and neglect are 
permitted in the disposal of these discharges, the disease is liable to 
spread. Under ordinary circumstances, it is probable that a patient 
suffering with cholera has no power to infect others except by means 
of such excreta. Nor is it probable that he has any power of in- 
fecting at all, except in so far as particles from these discharges 
may infect the food, water or air which others consume. 

A healthy person coming from an infected district may carry the 
infection of cholera upon the hands, or other parts of the body, or 
upon the clothing, and such person should be under the surveillance ' 
of the local board of health, and should not be allowed to mingle 
with the community, and especially should not engage in any occu-' 
pation by which dust from the clothing, or infection from the person, 
may enter the food or drink of others, until the Board is satisfied 
that he and his clothes are no longer reasonably open to suspicion 
as vehicles of disease. 

Strong soapsuds may be used for bathing the body. [For the 
treatmenc of clothing see instructions relative to Disinfection.] 

A person arriving in a city or town, who is sick, his illness being 
known or suspected to be cholera, should not be allowed to dwell in 
a crowded community, but should be taken to a house having an 
open space around it, and immediately placed under the charge of a 
physician. He should be kept warm until the physician arrives. It 
there should be any doubt as to the character of the illness, the State 
Board of Health will, upon application, send an expert to decide the 
question. 

The room occupied by the patient should have no carpet, and all 
articles not immediately needed, including extra clothing and 
tapestry, that may retain dust, should be removed. Dust upon Jhe 
floor and furniture should be removed daily by wet cloths wrung 
out of strong, hot soapsuds, or solution of carbolic acid, and then 
burned. It would be well to have all the furnishings of the rooms 
devoted to the care of the sick of so cheap a character that they may 
finally be burned. 



29 

The utmost cleanliness should be practiced by the attendant both 
in regard to his own person and clothing and to the person of the 
patient, and to all articles in the sick room ; and the attendant 
should not prepare food for himself, his patient or others, whereby it 
would be possible for infection to enter it from his person or his 
clothing. The hair of the attendant should be closely covered to 
exclude dust. The dishes and utensils used in the sick-room for food 
or medicine should not be taken to the kitchen, but should be washed 
with boiling water, and should be kept separately for this use and 
not be used by any other person. No food should ever be returned 
from the sick-room or from the attendant's room to the kitchen. 

Special care should be taken in the disposal of the discharge of 
the sick. They should be treated with an equal volume of the mills 
of lime. They should not be carried through the house uncovered, 
and all vessels and their covers and the hands of the persons car- 
rying them should be thoroughly washed with solution of carbolic 
acid. The discharges should be prevented from penetrating the 
mattress by a covering of rubber- cloth. 

The clothing of the attendant and of the patient, and other fabrics 
used in the sick-room, should be frequently cleansed by boiling. If 
it becomes necessary to take such clothing to the kitchen or cook- 
room for the purpose of boiling, they should first be soaked in a 
saturated solution of carbolic acid lor twelve hours. 

The attendants should not go into other rooms than those intended 
for their exclusive use without bathing and change of clothes. 
Should it be necessary for other persons besides the attendants to 
enter the sick-room, they should take the same precautions not to 
carry infection from it t upon their persons or their clothes. 

The local board of health should provide a hospital where all cases 
which cannot pe properly isolated at home should be cared for. The 
hospital should be provided with a furnace or crematory, removed 
from other buildings, where the excreta from patients, and old 
clothing may be burned, and a room should also be provided where 
bedding and clothing from the hospital and from other places can be 
exposed to prolonged heat at a temperature of at least 212° F. 
(100° C). 

In addition to the other precautions which have been mentioned, 
the following considerations relative to the modes of propagation of 
cholera should be borne in mind : — 

a. By 'leakage from privy-vaults and cesspools, and also by sur- 
lace drainage, the infective material of the cholera discharges may 



30 

gain access to wells, or public water supplies and thus impart to 
great volumes of water the power of propagating the disease. 

b. The careless disposal of choleraic discharges, by suffering 
them to pass into public or private water closets, sewers, or cesspools 
without disinfection, infects the sewage therein contained, and pos- 
sibly the effluvia evolved by such sewage. The effluvia from privies 
or even from improperly cleansed vessels which had once contained 
such discharges may likewise be infectious. 

c The infective power of cholera discbarges attaches to bedding, 
clothing, towels, and other articles which have been soiled with 
them, and renders them as likely to spread the disease in distant 
places to which they are sent as in like circumstances the patient 
himself would be. The infective material of cholera is not discern- 
ible by the unaided sense of sight or by smell, and may become 
attached to clothing, linen, bedding or other articles without being 
detected by ordinary means. Hence all such articles should be 
thoroughly disinfected by prolonged boiling or by soaking in the 
saturated solution of carbolic acid for twelve hours before being re- 
moved from the rooms devoted to the care of the sick. 

It is also recommended that immediate and thorough examination 
of the public water supplies should be made by local boards of health, 
especially when such supplies are liable to the least suspicion of con- 
tamination. If pollution is discovered, immediate measures should 
be taken for preventing its continuance. 

The surrounding of private wells should also be examined with 
reference to possible sources of infection. Careful attention should 
be given to the removal of house refuse, offal and garbage, and 
accumulations of filth in neglected places. 

Local boards ot health are urged to make thorough inspection of 
the water supply and drainage of all publie institutions, school- 
houses, railroad depots, picnic and camp grounds, travelling shows 
and all places where people are accustomed to assemble. 

The following existing statutes relative to dangerous infectious 
diseases should be carefully complied with: - 

CHAPTER 102, ACTS OF 1890. 

When a householder knows that a person within his family or house is sick of 
small-pox, scarlet fever or any other infectious or contagious disease dangerous to the 
public health, he shall immediately give notice thereof to the board of health of the 
city or town in which he dwells, and upon the death, recovery or removal of such 
person, such of the rooms of said house and such of the articles therein as, in the 
opinion of the board of health, have been subjected to infection or contagion shall be 



31 

disinfected by such householder to the satisfaction of said board of health. Any 
person neglecting or refusing to comply With either of the above provisions shall be 
punished by a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars. 

CHAPTER 98, ACTS OJ 1 1884. 

Sect, 2. When a physician knows that a person whom he is called to Visit, is 
infected with small-pox, diphtheria, scarlet fever or any other disease dangerous to 
the public health, he shall immediaiely give notice thereof to the selectmen or board 
of health of the town; and if he refuses or neglects to give such notice, he shall 
forfeit for each offence not less than fifty nor more than tvVo hundred dollars. 

Sect. 3. The boards of health in the several cities and towns shall cause a record to 
lie kept of all reports received in pursuance of the preceding sections, and such 
record shall contain the names of all persona who are sick, the localities iu which 
they live, the diseases With Which they are affected, together with the date and the 
names of the persons reporting any such cases. The boards of health shall give the 
school committee immediate information of all cases of contagious diseases reported 
to them according to the provisions of this act. 

Sect. 4. The secretary of the Commonwealth shall furnish the boards of health 
With blank books for the record of cases of contagious diseases as sbove provided. 

INDIVIDUAL PRKCAUTIONS. 

The following precautions are recommended to private individuals, 
and especially to householders : — , 

1. Domestic Water Supply- The supply of water /or household 
purposes should be pure, and especially free irom contamination by 
house drainage. Wells located in close proximity to privies and 
< esspools are always open to suspicion of contamination. If there 
is any question as to the quality of the drinking water it should be 
boiled a half-hour before using. 

2. Good, wholesome food should be eaten, such as people have 
found it best lor them to eat at other times. 

Fruit should be ripe and sound, and vegetables should be fresh 
and properly cooked. Excesses in eating and drinking and indi- 
gestible food should be avoided. 

Care should be taken to secure a milk supply which is above sus- 
picion. In case of an epidemic, all milk should be boiled. 

3. Every householder should carefully attend to the condition of 
the water-closets, privies, cesspools, drains, cellars, stables, yards, 
outbuildings and sheds upon his premises, and cause them to be kept 
in a cleanly condition. 

DISINFECTION. 

The following disinfectants are recommended: — 

1. Milk of lime. Milk of lime may be prepared by sprinkling 



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one quart of water gradually upon a quart of quick-lime in broken 
pieces in a metallic or wooden vessel. When the lime is reduced to 
powder, three quarts of water should be added, and the whole kept 
in a covered vessel. 

2. Chloride of lime. (One part of lime to 50 parts of water.) 
The chloride of lime should be fresh, and may be used either in 
powder or in solution. 

3. Solution of potash soap, (Three parts of soap to 100 of hot 
water, or 1 pound to 4 gallons of water.) 

4. A saturated solution of carbolic acid. If the crude acid is 
used it should be dissolved in the warm soap solution, 1 part of 
carbolic acid to "20 of the soap solution. Pure acid may be dissolved 
in water without the soap (1 part to 20.) 

5. A temperature of at least 2L2 q F. (100° C.) for an hour, either 
by boiling, baking or steam heat. 

MODE OF EMPLOYMENT. 

For the disinfection of excreta. The excreta of cholera patients 
should be received into metallic or earthern vessels and mixed at 
once with equal parts of milk of lime. Chloride of lime may also be 
used in the proportion of two heaping tablespoonfuls to each pint of 
liquid excreta. 

For disinfection of the hands, etc. The hands and other parts of 
the body which may have become exposed to infection from excreta, 
soiled clothing or bed linen, should be washed in a solution of 
chloride of lime (] part of lime to 50 parts of cold water) or a satu- 
rated solution of carbolic acid. 

Bed linen, shirts and such articles as can be washed should be 
washed in strong soapsuds, and subjected to a boiling heat for half 
an hour, or they may be placed in the carbolic acid solution for 
twelve hours. 

Clothing which cannot be washed should be subjected to heat above 
212° F. Articles of leather and rubber may be treated with the car- 
bolic acid solution. 

The exposed wooden or metallic surfaces of furniture should be 
washed with cloths wet with solution of carbolic acid. The floors of 
sick-rooms should be treated in the same manner. The cloths thus 
used should be burned. 

The sick-room should not be used Jby others until the walls and 
floor have been scrubbed with cloths wet with solution of carbolic 
acid and the ceiling whitewashed. The doors and windows should be 



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kept open for at least twenty-four hours afterward to allow a free 
admission of out door air. 

Concrete, asphalt, brick and oher pavements and gutter's exposed 
to cholera infection should be flooded with milk of lime. 

Upholstery feather-beds and mattresses should be subjected to steam 
heat in a disinfecting apparatus. Where this is impracticable they should 
be destroyed by burning. 

Straw and excelsior bedding, rags, old clothes and other articles of 
little value should be destroyed by fire. 

The use of proprietary disinfectants and patent remedies for cholera 
should be avoided. 

SUGGESTIONS TO PHYSICIANS. 

The Board recognizes that success in the preventive treatment of cholera 
depends very largely for its efficiency on the willing aid of the attending 
physician. His position and his special training enable him to make a 
proper use of the means for the management and control of the disease, 
and his daily intercourse with the people makes it possible for him to be 
very useful in promoting the measures adopted for insuring the public 
health and in allaying needless panic. 

The special points to which the attention of the practising physieian is 
directed are ; — 

1. Immediate notice of each case to the local board of health of the city 
or town in which the case occurs. 

2. In doubtful cases the same precautions as to isolation and disinfection 
should be employed as in an undoubted case of cholera. 

3. Disinfection of the discharges should be practiced as recommended in 
the foregoing instructions. 

4. The patient should be isolated, and where this is impracticable, he 
should be taken to a hospital provided for the purpose. 

5. The nurses and attendants should be carefully instructed as to the 
disinfection of their hands, their clothing and the care of the food. 

6. Excreta of the sick and other infected material should not be disposed 
of upon the cultivated soil nor in the neighborhood of wells, springs or 
water supplies, but should be thoroughly disinfected or destroyed by fire. 

7. In case of death of the patient the burial should take plaee as aoon as 
possible and in all cases should be private. 

8. Since exactness in diagnosis is essential, experts will be sent by the 
State Board of Health to determine the character of any case of which the 
Board receives notice at its office, No. 13 Beacon street, Boston. 



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If these directions are carried out we feel that the town 
will be protected not only from this but other contagious 
diseases. 

Mr. C. H. Crumett, and Mr. Frank Hukin were again 
employed to collect swill, and at the death of Mr. Hukin, 
his wife with the assistance of Mr. Caleb Hall was allowed 
to continue his business. Complaints have come to the 
Board that unauthorised parties were collecting swill, and 
efforts have been made to stop them. We respectfully 
thank those who during the past year have notified us when 
the laws were thus broken. 

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. 

Cases of typhoid fever, diphtheria, scarlet fever, and 
measles, when reported by physicians have been attended 
to according to law. 

The number of cases that have been reported are as 
follows i 

Diphtheria, 9 with 3 deaths. 

Scarlet fever, 25 •' " 

Typhoid Fever, 23 " 4 " 

Measles, 11 •• " 

Membraneous Croup, 2 " " 

Making total of 70 cases and 7 deaths, about the same as last year. 

LOW WET LANDS, 

Complaint came to the Board that the vacant lot on 
Pierce street beyond the Baptist church was used for dumping 
rubbish from which bad odors arose and thus creating a 
nuisance. The owner expressed a willingness to do what 
was necessary, and the place was put in proper condition. 

Complaint was made to the Board in July in regard to a 
lot of land lying between Arlington and Page streets and 
Central avenue, said land being low ; water collected there 



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and became stagnant, making the place unhealthy for those 
living in the vicinity ; also land lying between Central and 
Metropolitan avenue and Arlington street in the same con- 
dition. 

After investigating the same the Board ordered the owners 
to fill it in to such height as would turn the water coming 
into or on said land into a culvert which should properly 
drain it. These orders were complied with and the work 
was done without expense to the town. 

When complaints have come in the proper form we have 
given them prompt and careful attention. 

REGULATIONS OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH 

[seal.] 
OF THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK. 

Public Statutes, Chapter 80, Section 18 — The Board of Health 
of a town shall make such regulations as it judges necessary tor the 
public health and safety, respecting nuisances, sources ot filth, and 
causes of sickness within its town. Whoever violates any such regu- 
lations shall forfeit a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars. 

In accordance with the foregoing provisions of law, this Board 
makes the following regulations, which will be strictly enforced. 

Regulation 1. — The owner, agent, or occupant having the care 
of any tenement used as a dwelling house, shall furnish the same 
with sufficient drain, under ground, to carry off the waste waters ;. 
also with a suitable privj' or water closet sufficient for the accommo- 
dation of all those inhabiting the premises All waste pipes from 
water closets, sinks bowls, bath and other set tubs, shall be suitably 
trapped, and all diains entering cesspools must be made water tight. 
There should also be a trap in the soil pipe between the house and 
cess pool, and provision made to admit air into said pipe between 
the bouse and trap. 

Regulation 2. — All privy vaults, unless water tight, shall be so 
constructed that the inside of the same shall be at least five feet dis- 
tant from the line of every adjoining lot or street, and from any 



36 

dwelling house and shall be provided with a ventilation through the 
roof; the same shall not be used as cesspools nor receive drainage 
from the premises ; their contents shall not be allowed to leak out or 
otherwise become offensive. 

Regulation 3. — All waste water shall be so conveyed through 
sufficient drains, under ground, to a reservoir sunk under ground as 
shall be approved by the Board of Health. No person shall allow 
any drain or the overflow of any cesspool to enter any running 
stream, or any drain constructed for surface water, and no person 
shall suffer any house drainage or other offensive water to remain in 
any cellar, or upon any lot or vacant ground by such person owned 
or occupied. All privy vaults and cesspools within thirty teet of any 
well or spring, the water of which is used for domestic purposes, 
must be water tight. 

Regulation 4. — The Board, when satisfied upon due examination 
that a cellar, room, tenement or building in the town occupied as a 
dwelling place, has become by reason of the number of occupants, 
want of cleanliness or other cause, unfit for such purpose, and a 
cause of nuisance or sickness to the occupants or the public, may 
issue a notice in writing to such occupants, requiring the premises 
to be put in proper condition ; or if the Board see fit they may require 

- the premises to be vacated, and the same shall not be again occupied 

•without the written permission of the Board. 

Regulation 5. — No person shall throw or put into any public 

,place or pond, or running stream or bod} r of water, or in any other 

, place where the Board of Health may deem it a nuisance, any dead 

.animal, animal matter, decayed fruit or vegetables, dirt or rubbish 
whatever ; nor shall any person throw into or upon any flats within 

■ the jurisdiction of the town, any dead animals, fihh or oflensive 
matter. 

Regulation 6. — No person shall remove or carry in or through 
any of the streets, lanes or avenues, places or alleys within the town 

. of Hyde Park, the contents of any cesspool, vault or privy well, swill 
or house offal, (either animal or vegetable,) or grease or bones, 
unless a permit be granted by the Board of Health upon such terms 
and conditions as said Board may deem necessary. 

Regulation 7. — No person shall bury swill or house offal, or the 
contents of any cesspool, vaults, privy, or privy well within the 
limits of the town of Hyde Park unless a permit be granted by the 
Board of Health. 



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Regulation 8. — Parties will be licensed by the Board of Health to 
collect swill and refuse matter from houses in Hyde Park twice a 
week or oftener, and all housekeepers and others are directed to 
deliver the same to those duly authorized to make such collections, 

Regulation 9. — No person shall bring into the town, keep or 
offer for sale any diseased, putrid, stale or unwholesome meat, vege- 
tables or provisions. 

Regulation 10. — No person will be permitted to keep any swine 
within the limits of the town of Hyde Park without a written permit 
from trie Board of Health. 

Regulation 11. — Any person sick with the small pox or other 
contagious disease, together with all persons in attendance upon 
them, and the premises where .such sick person is, will be subject to 
the control of the Board, and no person shall enter or leave a house 
wherein a person is or has been sick with the disease, or in any way 
come in contact with the inmates of such house, except by permission 
ot the Board. 

Regulation 12, — Whenever the Board of Health shall ascertain 
that any person is sick with small pox, scarlet fever, diphtheria, or 
any other disease dangerous to the public health, the Boa^d shall at 
their discretion have full control of said person or premises, and 
shall, if they deem proper, order the premises vacated. 

Regulation 13. — All persons are warned not to approach a house 
of the surrounding premises whereupon is displayed a disease flag 
by day, or a red light by night. 

Regulation 14. — The bodies of all persons dying of small pox, 
scarlet fever, typhus fever or diphtheria must be immediately disin- 
fected and placed in a tight coffin, which shall not be reopened, and 
the bed, bed clothing, and other clothing used by any such person, 
and by those in attendance on him, and all the furnishings of the sick 
room, thoroughly disinfected before being taken from said room. In 
the above case no public funeral will b« allowed without permission 
from the Board of Health. 

Regulation 15. — The owner, or persons having charge of any 
vehicle, public or private, used at a funeral in the foregoing cases, to 
carry the deceased, or any of the family or attendants of the 
deceased, shall forthwith report the fact to the Board of Health, and 
shall thoroughly disinfect such vehicle before the same is again 
used, and take such other precaution as the Board of Health shall 
direct. 

Kegulation 16. — Any person in the town of Hyde Park, who 



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knows or suspects an} r domestic animal has contagious disease (such 
as glanders in horses or cholera in swine) must immediately report 
the same to the Board of Health. The penalty for neglect to do so is 
fine or imprisonment. The above is in accordance with the provi- 
sions of Chapter 252 ot the Acts of 1887. 

Regulation 17. — All complaints in relation to nuisances and 
sources of filth injurious to the public health and safety, must be 
made in writing to the Board of Health, with a description of said 
nuisance and of the premises on which it exists, with the owners 
name, if known to the complainant. Such complaints must bear the 
signature of the complainant. Whenever such complaint shall be 
made as aforesaid, the Board of Health will proceed to examine the 
premises complained of, and will take measures to abate the nuis- 
ance, if such is found to exist. 

Fully believing that a large proportion of contagious diseases 
originate from unsanitary conditions, we trust we shall have the aid 
of all citizens and property owners in carrying out the above regula- 
tions, which are based on statute laws, and the sanitary rules of our 
large towns. 

For burial permits apply to A. G. Childs, druggist, 80 Fairmount 
Avenue. 



APPROPRIATION S . 

Owing to unpaid bills which have run over from year to 
year the Board was obliged to call for an extra appropria- 
tion which was granted and placed us iu a better condition 
financially than for many years. 

FINANCIAL. 

The amounts appropriated and expended have been as 
follows : 

Appropriation, March 30, 1892, $1,500 00 

November, 29, 1892, 244 33 

" " 500 00 

Total $2,244 33 



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Bills paid on account of 1891. 

Paid A. G. Childs, $ 46 00 

E. Davis, 35 00 
D. F. Wood, 2 32 
P. Rooney, 24 58 

F. Hukin, 240 00 
S. R. Moseley, 36 00 

C. H. Crumett, 432 00 
Total 

Bills paid for 1892. 
Paid C. H. Crumett, 
Mrs. F. Hukin, 
F. E. Langley, 
S. R. Moseley, 
J. C. Tingley, 
William Batho 
R. Williams, 
J. Crowley, 
J. Snellgrove, 
A. G. Childs, 

D. F. Wood. 

$1,428 43 

Total appropriation, $2,244 33 

•• expended, 2,244 33 

We would call attention to the fact that over eight 
hundred dollars of this year's appropriation was used to pay 
last year's bills, and would bespeak for the new Board one 
large enough to meet all expenses. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. C. LINCOLN, M. D., 
A. D. HOLMES, M. D., 
E. C. FARWELL, 

Board of Health. 



$607 25 


534 75 


19 5® 


31 25 


2 00 


50 


199 75 


5 00 


3 00 


19 43 


& 00 



REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF POOR. 



To the Citizens of Hyde Park : 

The overseers of the poor in submitting their report for 
the year, beg leave to call attention to the decreased 
amount of expenditures and also the falling off in the total 
number of persons aided. Compared with the report of 
last year it will be noted that the amount disbursed during 
the year just closed is $700, less and the number of tramps 
who have sought temporary lodgings is less by 420, as the 
present winter has been, thus far, one of unusual severity, 
the facts above stated are noteworthy, denoting as they do 
general prosperity and employment among those who 
occupy the humbler walks in life. 

As January 31st, 1893 marks the close of the twenty-fifth 
financial year of our town we are of the opinion that a brief 
statement of the cost of conducting this department during 
the quarter century past will be of interest to many of our 
fellow citizens. Total amount of appproriations from 1868 
to 1892 inclusive $72,971.22, total expenditures $77,702.70. 
Average appropriation per year $2,918.85, average expendi- 
ture, $3,108.10. The smallest amount expended was $344.54 
in 1868 ; the largest, $5,540.05 in 1877. Appropriations have 
varied from $600 in 1871 to $5,500 in 1877. No appropria- 
tion was called for in 1874, as there remained a large unex- 
pended balance from the year previous. In two instances 
only have the expenditures exceeded $5,000. 

Number of persons aided, 2,603 

" " " fully supported, 8 

" " " partially supported, 85 

" " tramps lodged, 2,510 

(40) 



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Indicates insane. 





SETTLEMENT. 




Barrett, Sarah J.* 


Hyde Park, 


$169 92 


Carter, Eva F.* 


it 


169 92 


Carter, Ralph * 


u 


170 17 


Clapp, Clara E. * 


u 


171 03 


Connor, Kate * 


tt 


3 25 


Cunningham, Joseph, Jr. * 


(i 


80 25 


Haigh, Sophia B. * 


it 


30 18 


Smith, Herbert V. * 


(i 


169 92 


Allen,. Bridget and 4 children, 


tt 


93 50 


Ayer, Edward 


ti 


13 00 


Benson, Lena and 7 children 


it 


226 19 


Connor, Ellen, 


it 


7 78 


Coveney, Daniel 


it 


8 00 


Curran, Patrick J. 


tt 


22 00 


Dunn, Bridget 


it 


91 35 


Fagan, Patrick H. 


tt 


15 00 


Howland, Abner and wife 


tt 


48 00 


Hutchings, Ella M. ; and 3 children,. 


t< 


152 01 


Kelly, Archibald 


>t 


23 29 


Lees, Margaret A., and 4 children,. 


tt 


2 00 


Moore, Kate, and 2 children 


tt 


212 74 


Murphy, Catharine 


tt 


73 21 


O'Leary, Mary, and 2 children, 


tt 


32 39 


Overell, W. D. 


.< 


9 00 


Welch, J. E. F., wife and 3 children, 


tt 


223 19 


Withington, George 


ft 


156 85 


Collins, Mary A. 


Dedham, 


26 00 


Farnsworth, David H. 


Norwood, 


10 00 


Lockingen, W„ H., wife and 2 children, 


Fall River 


40 75 


Welch, Ellen 


Newburyport 


72 00 


Shedd, W. F., wife and 2 children, 


Boston 


3 67 


Halpin, Mary and 3 children 


State 


1 50 


Haley, Margaret and 2 children 


tt 


5 75 


Jenness, Mary A. 


tt 


2 00 


Cheseboro, Nellie 


it 


4 79 


Carroll, John 


tt 


1 10 


K ean, Margaret, and 4 children, 


•' 


40 


Welsh, Samuel, wife and 7 children 


K 


3 00 


Rockwell, Lydia, 


tt 


37 18 



42 



Morrissey, Bridget State 

Simmons, Frank " 

Raymond, Joseph " 

Johnson, August and wife " 

Ingoldsby, Frank " 



Expense account 
Lockup account 
Military aid account 
Temporary aid 



$ 4 


38 




13 


70 




20 


00 




1 


50 




30 


50 




294 


15 




70 


45 




204 00 




212 


98 






$3433 Q4- 


£2,076 


50 




3,500 00 




466 


15 






$6042 


65 



Cash balance on hand 
Received appropriation 
Received from State, etc. 

Cash on hand with town treasurer $2,608 71 

CHARLES LEWIS, 

JOHN TERRY, 

GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, 

Overseers of Poor. 



POLICE REPORT. 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

Gentlemen : I have the honor to submit my Annual Re- 
port of the Police Department for the year ending January 
31st, 1893. 

Number of persons arrested, 164 

CAUSES FOR ARREST. 

Drunkenness (simple), . 45 

Drunker.ness (common), 5 

Assault, 15 

Disturbance of the peace, 48 

Liquor nuisance, 9 

Vagrants, 17 

Malicious mischief, (breaking glass), 1 

Cruelty to animals, 1 

Insane, 6 

Breaking, entering and larceny, 6 

Perjury, 1 

Truancy, 1 

Evading car fare, 1 

Lewdness, 1 

Exposure of person, 3 

Common brawler, 1 

Illegal voting, 1 

Distraining cattle (unlawfully), 2 



164 



MISCELLANEOUS WORK. 



Stolen property recovered, $1,375 00 

Stores found open at night, 21 

Cases investigated without arrest, 129 

Search warrants for intoxicating liquor, 9 

Travellers lodged in station house over night, 2,510 

(43) 



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There has been no material change in the Police Depart- 
ment during the last year. Mr. James A. Cullen, our 
faithful and efficient night officer, resigned last December, 
on account of poor health. Mr. John M. Brown occupies 
his place. In former years I have made some suggestions 
and recommendations in relation to the needs of this Town, 
and at this time I see no reason to add to what has been 
already said. I am still of the opinion that there should be 
some addition to the force, as it now stands ; but rather 
than name them here, should prefer to meet the Selectmen 
and confer with them in relation thereto. 

CHARLES E. JENNEY, 

Chief of Police and Keeper of Lockup. 



ENGINEERS' REPORT. 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

We herewith present to you our annual report for year 
ending Jan. 31st, 1893, together with record of fires and 
losses; also, an inventory of Department property. 

At the commencement of the year we concluded to sell 
one Steamer and Hose Reel, and purchase a Hose Wagon, 
which was much needed, as the Reel in use by Hose Co. 
No. 1 was deemed unsafe for further use. 

Last April we found a customer for same at $600.00, and we 
contracted with the Abbott-Downing Company, of Concord, 
N. H., for Hose Wagon, at a cost of $460.00, and the 
balance of money was used to purchase 500 feet new Hose, 
of which the Department was in much need. You will see 
by report of Steward annexed to this that we should add 
more new Hose at once, as a large percentage of Hose in 
use is not servicable, owing to its age and the present high 
water pressure. 

We have lately added a six circuit repeater to Fire Alarm, 
and have put the whole system into five circuits, thereby 
enabling us to locate any trouble that may occur on line 
more readily, and also have a good portion of line in use. 

We recommended in our last year's report the addition of 
more Hydrants, and as the Town took no action on same, 
we would urge it again this year, and trust that a contract 
with the Water Company will be made for more Hydrants 
to cover unprotected parts of our Town. The following is 
a list of Officers and Men in Fire Department : 

(45) 



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OFFICERS AND MEN IN DEPARTMENT. 



WARREN W. HILTON, Chief Engineer. 

REUBEN CORSON, Assistant Engineer. 

J. H. McKENNA, Assistant Engineer and Clerk. 



HOSE No. 1. 
E. N. BULLARD, Foreman. 
C. M. WANDLESS, Assistant Foreman. 
E. F. STONE, Clerk and Treasurer, and five men. 



HOSE No. 2. 
STEWART McKENZlE, Foreman. 
W. H. MATTHEWS, Assistant Foreman. 
W. G. ROBINSON, Clerk, and six men. 



HOSE No. 3. 
J. H. O'BRIEN, Foreman. 
D. W. MAHONEY, Assistant Foreman. 
C. H. GALLIGAN, Clerk, and two men. 



HOOK AND LADDER No. 1. 
W. H. HOLTHAM, Foreman. 
BENJ. RAFTER, Assistant Foreman. 
W. R. McDOUGALD, Clerk, and seven men. 



CHEMICAL No. 1. 

MALCOLM ROGERS. Foreman and Clerk. 

J. C. McDOUGALD, Engineman, and three men. 



E. A HAWLEY, Steward and Sup't Fire Alarm. 



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STEWARD'S REPORT. 



THE FIRE ALARM. 

The Fire Alarm is in good condition, and consists at 
present of a six circuit automatic repeater with cutting out 
switches and galvanometers of which five circuits are in use 
and controlling about fifteen miles of wire, connected with 
which are one Steam Whistle and mechanism for btowing 
the same ; one Tower Bell Striker and eight gongs ranging 
in size from six to sixteen inches ; also, a circuit closer 
operating an open circuit of two miles of wire ; and five 
4-inch gongs for the exclusive use of Hose 3, Readville ; 
there are eighteen street boxes on the line, and the whole 
is operated by a 90-cell battery divided to suit circuits. 

There has been two or three miles of the line relaid ; 
also, some new wire strung and improvements made, so 
that the entire system is in a good and substantial condition. 
There should be a Striker put upon the bell at the Engine 
House, and also more boxes added, either of which is very 
important and necessary. 

Arrangements have been made by which the alarm will 
be used to notify the teachers and scholars of no sessions of 
the Public Schools. 

HOSE. 

There is in the Department about 5,500 feet of Hose; 
2,500 is good, 2,000 fair, 1,000 has been repaired once or 
twice, and is poor. 

The Department is equipped as follows ; 

With 1 fourth-class Steam Fire Engine, in good con- 

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clition 5 1 Double Tank Chemical Engine ; 1 Two-Horse 
Hose Wagon, capacity 1,500 feet cotton hose ; 1 One-Horse 
Hose Wagon, capacity 1,000 feet hose ; 1 Two-Horse Hose 
Reel, capacity 1,200 feet hose ; 1 Two-Horse Ladder Truck, 
carrying 30 J feet Ladder, also a full complement of tools, 
consisting of lanterns, hooks, rakes, axes, guyropes, pull 
down hooks, etc. ; the Hose Wagons and Reels are all 
equipped with the necessary lanterns, hats, play pipes, axes, 
crowbars, spanners, wrenches, etc. ; there are also 5 sets 
Double Harness "Swinging"; 1 Single Harness; 4 pairs 
Blankets ; also Bit Halters, Whips, etc. 

The furnishing of the houses consists of ordinary hard- 
wood chairs of which there are one dozen, part of a hard- 
wood chamber sett, six settees, three tables and a sideboard. 

The furnace used in heating the Central Station is rapidly 
wearing out and is not large enough to thoroughly heat the 
building. 

There is a Bell upon the Central Station which is not in 
use on account of the need of a striker, and as the ringing 
of it makes it difficult to count the alarm it has been dis- 
continued. 

The apparatus is all in good order and is ready at all times 
for immediate use. 

E. A. HAWLEY, 
Steward and Sup't Fire Alarm. 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC 

LIBRARY. 



During the past year, a branch delivery station has been 
established at Readville, and books sent there once a week 
for distribution, with gratifying results. As that part of our 
Town seems likely to rapidly increase in population, doubt- 
less the demand for books at this branch will increase greatly 
in the next few years. 

The extra space secured by changes in the interior ar- 
rangements of the library, referred to in the report of last 
year, is rapidly becoming exhausted, and we must once 
more call attention of our citizens to the need of larger and 
more attractive rooms. 

A third supplementary catalogue, including books added 
from January, 1890, to January, 1892, has been issued. 
459 volumes and 42 pamphlets have been added to the 
library ; all of the pamphlets and 35 of the volumes by 
donation. The total number of volumes is now about 
12,500, and in addition to these, the current magazines are 
provided for use at home and in the reading room. 

The total home circulation for the year ending January 1, 
1893, has been 33,063, an increase of over five per cent, 
over the preceding. 1,423 magazines and .1534 volumes 
have been issued for use in the reading room, a very gratify- 
ing increase over the previous year of more than forty per 
cent. 

The case of reference books in the reading room, which 
may be consulted without application to the librarians, has 
been very freely used. 

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The Library Fund is now $6,326.76, and reference is 
made to the Treasurer's Report for a detailed statement of 
the same. The property in charge of the Trustees is the 
same as last year, except the additional books and cases. 

The folio win o- is a list of the donations received : 

U. S. Government, 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

City of Boston, 

Mass. Charitable Mechanics' Association, 

H. L. Gordon, 

J. G. Dalton, 

U. S. Government, 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Salem Public Library, 

Wateriown Public Library, 

Springfield Library Association, 

University of Perm., 

CHARLES F. JENNEY, for the Trustees. 



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REPORT OF THE CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS. 



The Cemetery Commissioners submit their First Annual 
Report for the Financial Year 1892-93. 

FAIRVIEW CEMETERY. 

Your Commissioners received from the sale of lots 
$1,650.00 ; for wood $3.00 ; for interments $53.00. They 
have expended $1,582.40. 

For a detailed statement of Receipts and Expenditures, 
see Financial statement accompanying this report. 

The Commissioners have built 1,200 feet of streets and 
avenues, in a most thorough manner ; they have laid out <12 
lots and have placed stone posts with round finished tops at 
each corner. The lots have been grubbed and graded. 
They also have twenty-five lots nearly ready for use. 

The Commissioners have paid to the Town Treasurer 
$1,706 from the sale of lots and wood. They received 
from the Cemetery Committee $1,706.02, which was the 
unexpended balance from the $10,000 appropriated by the 
Town, to be used in the buying and laying out of the 
Cemetery. 

Your Commissioners, on their appointment, oommenced 
work immediately, and have done all that was possible for 
them to do in the short time prior to the extreme cold 
weather, and with the money at their disposal. They be- 
lieve that they should commence the work of building 
avenues and paths, laying out lots and grading, as soon as 
the frost is out of the ground, expecting that the demand 
for lots will Avarrant them in pushing the work* 

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The Commissioners wish to call the attention of the 
voters to the fact that they were instructed by vote of the 
Town, to build a suitable receiving tomb, and it is their 
opinion that it should be erected the coming Spring. 

There are a few lots of land that separate lands now in- 
cluded in the Cemetery, which should be purchased in order 
to make the whole available, providing same can be had at 
a reasonable price. 

The Commissioners want it understood that every dollar 
received by them from the sale of lots, has to be turned 
over to the Town Treasurer. They recommend that the 
Town appropriate such a sum of money as will enable them 
to build a tomb, continue the work of laying out avenues 
and paths, and to use for other necessary expenses. 

STATISTICS. 

Number of lots sold, . . . . . .16. 

" interments, . . . , , .10. 

11 removals from other cemeteries, . 1. 

GEORGE M. KICE, 
GEORGE E. WHITING, 
CHARLES F. JENNEY, 

Cemetery Commissioners. 
Hyde Park. Feb. 1, 1893. 



BY-LAWS. 



NOTIFICATION OF TOWN MEETING. 

Every town meeting shall be notified by posting copies of the 
warrant calling the same, in ten public places in the town, seven 
days, at least, before the day appointed for said meeting. 

ANNUAL TOWN MEETINGS. 

The annual town meeting for the election of town officers shall be 
held on the first Monday of March of each year. The meeting shall 
be opened at seven o'clock a. m.. and the polls shall be kept open 
until sunset. 

A town meeting shall also be held annually between the first 
Monday of March and the first Monday of April, for appropriating 
such sums of money as may be necessary for town purposes, and for 
transacting such other business as may legally be brought before 
said meeting. 

RULES FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF TOWN MEETINGS. 

1.— All questions submitted for the consideration of the town, 
involving the expenditure of money, shall be in writing, when so 
required by any legal voter. 

2.— No vote fixing the period for closing a ballot shall be recon- 
sidered after such ballot shall have commenced ; but it may be in 
order to extend the period without such reconsideration. 

3. —When a question is under debate motions shall be received to 
adjourn, to lay on the table, the previous question, to postpone to a 
certain time, to postpone indefinitely, to commit, or to amend ; 
which several motions shall have precedence in the order in which 
they are herein arranged. 

4. — The powers and duties of the presiding officer, not especially 
provided for by law, or b} r the foregoing rules, shall be determined 
by the rules of practice contained in " Cushing's Manual," so far as 
they are adapted to the condition and powers of the town. 

5. — No vote shall be reconsidered except upon a motion made 
within one hour after such vote has passed, unless such reconsidera- 
tion is ordered by a vote of two-thirds of the voters present and voting 

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FINANCIAL YEAE. 

The financial year of the town shall begin with the first day of 
February in each year, and end on the thirty-first day of the follow- 
ing January. 

The selectmen, overseers of the poor, board of health, surveyors 
of highways, and school committee shall post in some conspicuous 
place at their official rooms, a notice of the times of their respective 
meetings. 

COLLECTION OF TAXES. 

1. -The assessment of taxes shall be completed, and a list of the 
same delivered to the collector, on or before the first day of August 
of each year. 

2. — All taxes which ma}' be assessed, if paid on or before the first 
uay of October next after the assessment, shall be entitled to such 
discount as the town shall vote at its annual meeting. All taxes 
shall be due and payable on or before the first day of November next 
following the assessment of said taxes. 

3. — On the first secular day of each month, the collector shall pay 
over to the town treasurer all the taxes collected by him, and he 
shall, on or before the first day of February in each year, make up his 
account and render the same to the auditors. 

DUTIES OF THE AUDITORS. 

1. — The auditors shall examine the accounts of the selectmen, 
school committee, treasurer, collector, trustees of the public library, 
and all other officers or committees entrusted with the expenditure 
of money, quarterly, and shall certify as to the correctness of the 
same in the printed annual report. 

2.— Before certifying to the accounts of the treasurer, they shall 
examine his cash book, wherein shall be entered his receipts and 
payments, as they occur from day to day, shall see that he has paid 
out no moneys except on proper vouchers, carefully examine all pay- 
ments for interest, and see that the funds on hand are intact. 

3 — Before certifying to the collector's accounts, they shall examine 
his cash-book, showing the amounts collected from day to day, 
and showing when the same were paid over to the treasurer; shall 
see that he has collected interest on all taxes overdue, and shall see 
a complete list of abatements, and also a list of unpaid taxes. 

4. — They shall see that the accounts of the trustees of the public 
library are kept in a correct manner, and that all payments are ac 
companied with proper vouchers. 



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COASTING. 

Coasting on any of the public streets of the town is prohibited, 
except upon such streets as the selectmen may designate each year 
by public notice. 

HIGHWAY AND POLICE REGULATIONS. 

1. — No building shall be i-emoved over a public street without the 
written permission of the selectmen. 

2.— The owner of such building, or the person or persons removing 
the same, shall give a bond in such penal sum, and with such sure 
ties as the selectmen shall determine, with condition to reimburse 
the town for all sums of money which it may be liable or compelled 
to pay in consequence ot such use of the highways. 

3. — No person except the selectmen or the surveyors of highways, 
in the lawful performance of their duties, or those acting under their 
orders, shall break or dig up the ground in any street or public way 
in the town, without first obtaining a written permit from the select- 
men ; and all persons acting under such permit shall put up and 
maintain a suitable railing or fence around the part of the street so 
broken up, so long as the same shall remain unsafe or inconvenient 
for travellers, and he or they shall keep one or more lighted lanterns 
fixed to such-railing or fence, or in some other way exposed every 
night from twilight in the evening through the whole night, so long 
as such street or way shall be or remain unsafe or inconvenient for 
travellers. 

4.— No person shall ride or drive ahorse in any street in the town 
at a rate faster than eight miles an hour. 

5.— No person shall, without the written consent of the selectmen, 
play at any game in which a ball of any kind is used, or fly a kite, or 
throw or shoot stones, arrows, balls, snow balls, or other missiles, 
or discharge an}' gun, cannon, or firearm, or make any bonfire or 
other fires in any street or way where the public have a right to 
pass. 

G.— No person shall propel, drive, wheel or draw any bicycle, tri- 
C3'cle, cart or vehicle of any kind whatsoever except a child's car- 
riage drawn by hand, nor use roller skates upon or over any side- 
walk in this town, nor permit nor suffer any horse, cattle, swine or 
sheep, belonging to him or under his care or keeping, to go upon or 
over the same, nor suffer any horse to remain hitched across, or 
upon, or otherwise obstruct or injure, any such sidewalk. 



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7. —No person shall hitch or fasten any horse to any ornamen al 
tree standing or growing on or near any sidewalk, or to the boxing 
or guard about said tree, without the consent of the owner thereo . 

8. — No person shall without a written license from the selectmen 
place or cause lo be placed, or suffer to remain within the limits ot a 
street or upon any sidewalk, so as in any manner to obstruct the 
travel thereon, any vehicle, wood, coal, manure, dirt, gravel, stone^. 
building material, barrels, boxes, merchandise, or any rubbish Or 
obstruction whatever. 

9.— No person shall carry in a public street, house-offal, either 
animal or vegetable, or grease, or bones, or the contents of cesspools 
or vaults, unless he has been expressly licensed therefor by the 
Board of Health, upon such terms and conditions as said board may 
deem that the health and interests of the town require. 

10. — Loud crying of wares or merchandise, or hallooing, hooting 
or making loud and unseemly noises on the public streets or squares 
of the town, to the annoyance of the citizens, is prohibited. 

11. — No person shall behave in a rude, indecent or disorderly 
manner, or use profane, indecent, or insulting language, in any 
public place, or on any sidewalk or street in the town, to the annoy- 
ance or disturbance of any other person there being or passing in a 
peaceable manner, or be or remain upon any sidewalk, street, or 
crossing, or about doorways or places of business, to the annoyance 
or disturbance of any person. 

12. — Three or more persons shall not continue to stand or remain 
in a group or near to each other, on any sidewalk or street or crossing, 
or in any public place, in such a manner as to obstruct a free 
passage for foot passengers, after having been requested by a con- 
stable or police officer to move on. 

•13. — No person shall be or remain in any doorway, or upon any 
stairs, doorstep, portico or other projection from any house or build- 
ing, or upon any wall or fence on or near any street or public place, 
after having been requested by the owner or any occupant of the 
premises or by any constable or police officer to remove therefrom. 

14. — No person shall make any indecent figures, or write, print, 
paint, or cut any obscene word or words upon, or deface, break or 
injure in any manner, any fence, post, sign, street lantern, building 
or structure; or commit a nuisance upon any sidewalk or other place 
resorted to by the public, or against any tree, building or structure 
adjoining a sidewalk. 



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15. — No person shall extinguish any street light, or extinguish or 
remove any light placed to denote an obstruction or a defect iu any 
street or way, without proper authority. 

16.— No person shall swim or bathe in any of the waters within the 
limits of this town, so as to be exposed in a nude state, to the view 
of any person passing or being upon any railroad or street or in any 
dwelling-house in this town. 

17. — No person shall intermeddle with any hydrant, gate, gate-box 
or water pipe placed or located within the limits of any public way 
in this town, without permission from the selectmen or the Hyde 
Park Water Company. 

PASTURING OF CATTLE OK OTHER ANIMALS ON STREETS OR WAYS. 

No person shall pasture any cattle, goat or other animal upon any 
street or public way in said town, either with or without a keeper, 
except within the limits of such way adjoining his own premises, and 
field drivers are instructed to enforce this by-law. 

TRUANTS. 

1, — This town hereby avails itself of the several provisions of the 
statutes of this commonwealth, now in force, relating to habitual 
truants and absentees from school. 

2. — All children convicted of habitual truancy hereunder, and 
children between the ages of seven and fifteen years, residing in said 
town, and who may be found wandering about the streets or public 
places of said town, having no lawful occupation or business, not 
attending school, and growing up in ignorance, may be committed 
to the Lawrence Industrial School, at Lawrence, Mass., or to any 
house of reformation which has been or may hereafter be established 
by the County Commissioners of the County of Norfolk, or to any 
place provided by this town within its limits, for confinement, 
instruction and discipline. 

3. — Two or more truant officers shall be appointed annually, whose 
duty it shall be to inquire into all the violations ot the truant laws, 
and of the law relating to compulsory education, and to do all the 
acts required of them by the laws of the Commonwealth. 

4.— It shall be the duty of ever}' truant officer, previous to making 
any complaint under these laws, to notify the truant, or absentee 
from school, also his parent or guardian, of the offence committed, 
and of the penalty therefor, and if the truant officer can obtain satis- 



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raetoiy pledges for the restraint and reformation of the child, he may, 
at his discretion, forbear to prosecute so long as such pledges are 
faithfully kept. 

5. — It shall be the duty of the School Committee, the teachers of 
the public schools, and the citizens generally, to aid the truant 
officers as far as possible in the discharge of their duties. 

6.— It shall be the duty of the truant officers to keep a full record 
of all their official acts, and make an annual report thereof to the 
School Committee, who shall publish the same with their own 
report. 

7.— Nothing in these by-laws shall be so construed as to alter or 
impair the obligation and duty of teachers to enforce punctuality 
and regularity of ittendance, and to preserve good order and dis- 
cipline. 

LIST OF TAX-PAYERS. 

The names of all persons paying a tax on real or personal property 
shall be published annually in the town reports, together with the 
amount of tax assessed upon each, and whether the same is paid or 
unpaid. 

DUTIES OF TOWN CLERK. 

The Town Clerk shall keep a file of all town reports, reports of 
all committees chosen by the town, and all original documents relat- 
ing to the affairs of the town which may come into his possession ; he 
shall, as soon as practicable after any election has been held by the 
town, in addition to the notices he is now directed to give to officers 
who are required to take an oath of office, also issue a written or 
printed notice to all persons who have been elected to any other 
office, or chosen to serve on any other committee, stating the office 
to which such person has been elected, or the duties which such 
committee was chosen to perform. 

CONTRACTS MADE IN BEHALF OF THE TOWN. 

Every contract exceeding one thousand dollars shall be accom- 
panied by a suitable bond for the performance of the same, or by 
the deposit of money or security to the amount of such bond. 

ACTIONS AT LAW. 

The selectmen shall have full authority, as agents of the town, 
to employ counsel to institute and prosecute suits in the name of the 
town, and appear for and defend suits brought against it, unless 
otherwise specially ordered by a vote of the town. 



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CONVEYANCING. 

Whenever it shall be necessary to execute any deed conveying 
land, or any other instrument required to carry into effect any vote 
of the town, the same shall be executed by the selectmen, or a 
majority of them, in behalf of the town, unless the town shall other- 
wise vote in any special case. 

BY-LAWS IN RELATION TO THE PREVENTION OF FIRES. 

1. —It shall be the duty of every person who shall commence the 
erection of any building within the town of Hyde Park to notify the 
Board of Engineers thereot before he shall commence building the 
chimneys therein. 

2.— All chimneys in wooden buildings shall be built of brick, stone, 
or other fire-proof non-conducting material. All brick flues shall be 
smoothly plastered inside with mortar from top to bottom or lined 
with earthen pipe, and shall be plastered outside below the roofing. 

3.— In no case shall chimneys rest upon any flooring without a 
footing of masonry or iron supported by iron beams, having a secure 
bearing of masonry or iron at either end. 

4.— All flues shall be topped out at least four feet above the roof ot 
the building to which they belong. The brick topping out of chim- 
neys shall not have more than two inches projection unless covered 
by a cap of metal or stone properly secured. 

5.— Hearths of fireplaces or grates shall be laid upon brick or 
other trimmer arches, or upon bars of iron supporting a bed of brick- 
work. 

6.— No wood-work of any kind shall be placed at a less distance 
than one inch from the outside brick- work of any flue. In no case 
shall a nail be driven into the masonry of any flue. 

7. —No wood-work shall be placed at a less distance than one inch 
from any tin or other metal flue or flues, pipe or pipes, used or in- 
tended to be used to convey heated air or steam in any building, 
unless such flues or pipes shall be cased with metal, leaving a free 
circulation of air all around the same. 

8.— No smoke pipe in any such wooden or frame building shall 
hereafter enter any flue unless the said pipe shall be at least twelve 
inches from either the floors or ceiling ; and in all cases where smoke 
pipes pass through stud or wooden partitions of any kind, whether 
the same be plastered or not, they shall be guarded by either a 



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double collar of metal, with at least four inches of air space and 
holes for ventilation or by a soap-stone ring, not less than three 
inches in thickness and extending through the partition. 

9.— The Board of Engineers shall examine into all shops and other 
places where shaviugs or other combustible material may be de- 
posited or collected, and at all times be vigilant in the removal of the 
same, whenever, in the opinion of a majority of them, the same may 
be dangerous to the security of the town from fires ; and direct the 
owner, tenant, or occupant of said shops, or other places, to remove 
the same ; and in case such owner, tenant or occupant, refuses or 
neglects so to do, shall cause the same to be removed at the ex- 
pense of such owner, tenant or occupant. 

10.— It shall also be the duty of said engineers to take cognizance 
of all buildings in the town in which any steam engine shall be used, 
and of all buildings in town in process of erection or alteration, and 
I o make a record of such buildings as in their judgment may from 
any cause be dangerous, and report the same to the selectmen forth- 
with. And whenever in the opinion of the majority of, the Board of 
Engineers, any chimney, hearth, oven, stove, stovepipe, fire frame 
©r other fixtures, or any camphene or other explosive or inflammable 
fluid or material, or whatever else may give just cause for alarm, 
should be altered, repaired or removed, they, the said engineers, 
shall forthwith notify and direct the owner, tenant, or occupant of 
the premises upon which the same are situated, to alter, repair or 
remove the same, as the said engineers shall direct. And in case 
such tenant, owner or occupant shall refuse or neglect so to do, the 
said engineers shall cause the same to be removed, altered or re- 
paired at the expense of such owner, tenant or occupant. And any 
person who shall obstruct the engineers, or any of them, in carrying 
out the provisions of this section, shall be liable to the penalty here 
i natter stated. 

11. — The removal, extension or essential alteration of any ound- 
ing ; also the rebuilding or repairing of any building which has been 
partially destroyed by fire, shall be subject to the same restrictions 
as are imposed by the foregoing By-laws on the erection of buildings. 

PUBLICATION OF BY-LAWS. 

The Selectmen shall publish these By-laws annually in connection 
with the town report. 



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PENALTIES UNDER THE BY-LAWS. 

Every violation of any of the foregoing By-laws shall be punished 
by a line of not less than one dollar nor more than twenty dollars, 
to be recovered by complaint before any trial justice in the County 
of Norfolk, or any other court having jurisdiction. 

PROSECUTION UNDER THE BY-LAWS. 

Any citizen may, and the selectmen, constables, and police officers 
shall, prosecute every violation of the foregoing By-laws, by com- 
plaint before any trial justice in the County of Norfolk, or any other 
court having jurisdiction. 

LIMITATION OP ACTIONS. 

No person shall be prosecuted or tried for any breach of the pro- 
visions of any By-laws of this town, unless the complaint for the 
same shall be instituted and commenced within six months from the 
time of committing such breach. 



All P>y-laws or parts of By-laws of this town heretofore existing 
are hereby repealed, and these By-laws of the town of Hyde Park 
shtdl go into effect from and after their adoption by the town and 
their approval by the Superior Court or any Justice thereof. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Norfolk, SS. 

Hyde Park, November 17, 1886. 
At a meeting of the legal voters of said town of Hyde Park, held in 
Everett Hall, on Wednesday, the seventeenth day of November, in 
the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and eighty-six, the foregoing 
By-laws were adopted by said town. 

Attest : 

HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Norfolk, SS. 

Superior Court, December Sitting, 1886, to wit: January 26, 1887. 

The foregoing By-laws are hereby approved. 

By the Court. 

ERASTUS WORTHINGTON, Clerk. 

True copies Attest : 

ERASTUS WORTHINGTON, Clerk 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES, 



INCIDENTALS. 

Paid S. R. Moseley, printing town reports, envel- 
opes, and stamps, etc. $853 30 
Charles Lewis, repairing fountains, stoves, 

etc., 64 42 

Y. M. C. A., rent of hall, 101 00 

Henry B. Terry, insurance premiums, 41 80 

T. E. Faunce, " " 97 50 

R. J. Gordon, refreshments at elections, 65 50 

B. F. Bennett, press copy book, 1 50 

Winkley, Dresser & Co., stationery, 49 20 
Thorp & Adams M'fg. Co., " and books, 30 92 

Thomas Groom & Co., " " " 9 50 

F. L. Hodgdon & Co., " 60 

Samuel Hobbs & Co., " 50 

Andrew Fisher, " 32 60 

M. R. Warren & Co., " 4 25 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lights town 

offices, 126 56 
Dedham & Hyde Park Gas Co., lights town 

offices, 29 60 
R. Corson, sprinkling streets, expressing, 

carriage hire, etc. 96 16 

Adams Express Co., expressing, 5 20 

American Express Co., expressing, 80 

Frank E. Langley, printing, advertising, etc., 48 25 

H. C. Dimond & Co., making stamps, 1 80 

Henry A. Rich, Agent, rent town offices, 650 00 

Chas. I. Conway, janitor " '« 160 50 

W. F. Dodge, " " " 120 00 

John Brooks, " " " 24 00 

S. B. Balkam & Co., coal and wood, 53 00 

W. H. Plummer, stock and labor, 79 50 

Richardson & Rafter, stock and labor 1 40 
(64) 



16 


15 


38 


95 


28 50 


11 


25 


19 


12 


5 


00 


5 


88 


3 25 



65 

Warren W. Hilton, stock and labor, 
David Higgins " " " 

F. C. Graham, returning deaths, 
John Crosby, " " 

Miles & Morrison, damage to wagon and va- 
rious supplies, 
A. Raymond, carriage hire, 
E. J. Chandler, hardware, 
Chas. E. Palmer, painting fountains, 
Chas. E. Jenney, cash paid on Eustis and 

Foster cases, 59 95 

Lord & Dodge, Distributing reports of Park 

Committee, 
Cyrus Gorman, distributing town report, 
Henry S. Bunton, cash paid recording deed, 
Edwin C. Jenney, services to assessors, 
Henry A. Haskell, lock and labor, 
E. A. W. Hammatt, surveying, 
Geo. O. King, watering trough and base, 
L. F. Upham, painting street signs, 
Lappen Bros., various supplies, 
Counters at election, 

Little, Brown & Co., copy of public statute, 
David Perkins, perambulating boundary lines, 10 00 
Geo. W. Chapman, . " " « 

Florence E. Barker, copying tor assessors, 
Dr. A. D. Holmes, examination and re- 
turning births, 5 00 
Dr. L. M. Gould, examination and returning 

births, 27 75 

Dr. J. P. Bills, examination and returning 

births, 27 00 

Dr. E. H. Baxter, returning births, 7 50 

Dr. Wm. S. Hincks, " " 2 75 

Dr. J. C. Lincoln " ■« 6 00 

Dr. H. R. Hitchcock, " «« 1 50 

Dr. W. S. Everett " " 5 00 

Dr. J. T. Tibbetts " " 1 25 

Dr. Chas. Sturtevant " " '2 00 

James E. Cotter, professional services, 890 40 

Henry B. Terry, " " 200 00 



12 00 


15 00 




63 


60 00 


1 


75 


109 


37 


110 


00 


29 


55 


6 


37 


135 


00 


4 


25 


10 


00 


10 


00 


30 


00 



66 



Henry B. Terry, clerical services, 

Chas. F. Brown, clerk of selectmen, 

Geo. Sanford, balance on account of collec 

tion of taxes to February 1st, 1892, 
Geo. Sanford, on ac'nt. collecting taxes 1892, 

copying, 
Wm. K. Peabody, services at election, 
Richard M. Johnson, services at election. 
John O'Connell, " " " 

E. C. Farwell, 
L. B. French, 

Geo. W. Chapman, clerical work, 
Henry B. Terry, obtaining, recording and 

ret'rng marriages, deaths and births in '91, 
A. W. Dunbar, painting, 
Thos. Murray, building addition to vault 
Oliver Whyte & Co., iron door, 
John W. Smith, ice, 
Henry B. Terry, services as registrar, 
William S. O'Brien, " 
Geo. C. Haven, " " " 

Laban Worrick, '• *• " 

Henry B. Terry, extra clerical services, 
Lewis H. Mahan, in settlement of claim, 
Bridget Gill, 

Library Bureau, stationery, 
U. Holzer, index, etc., 
Zimmerman & Co., window shades, 
H. S. Bunton, insurance, premiums, 
Ryan's Express, expressing, 
W. H. Barritt, photographing sidewalk, 

Cr. 
By balance unexpended from last year, 
amount of appropriation, 



52 75 


150 00 


262 16 


700 00 


40 00 


5 00 


10 00 


2 50 


2 50 


5 00 


5 00 


, 187 25 % 


2 80 


223 25 


20 00 


10 00 


30 00 


30 00 


30 00 


30 00 


75 00 


200 00 


50 00 


2 24 


11 35 


3 00 


4 00 


1 00 


5 00 


■ fftfi 7Q7 °S 


(jpU, 1 t7 I wO 


3 71 


7000 00 


<ffi7 OO'i 71 


■ •— ~ <jp t , yj\jo i l 



Balance unexpended, $206 43 



67 



HIGHWAYS. 

Paid labor as per pay rolls, $5,969 27 

C. W. Whittemore, gravel, 20 00 

Dennis W. Mahoney, horse and labor, 42 88 

Geo. H. Sampson, powder, etc, 108 19 

R. Carson, blaoksmithing. etc., 40 97 

John Smith, blacksmithing, etc., 2 10 

Quincy Dyer, hardware, 15 79 

W. H. Plummer, labor and material, 55 70 
S. C. Nightingale & Childs. crusher apparatus, 90 73 

Ames Plow Co., tools, etc., 33 17 

Miles & Morrison, supplies, 3 40 

Fuller. Leonard & Small, apparatus, 2 25 

Abbott. Downing Co., street sprinkler, 325 00' 
S. B. Balkam &Co., lumber, drainpipe, etc., 378 48 

E. J. Chandler, hardware, 2 77 

F. N. lirrell, cash paid on acc't Beacon circle 2 30 
Brainard Foundry, crusher apparatus, 12 11 
Jas. A"Hearn, labor and material, 6 80 
David Higgins, stock and labor, 8 6i 
Chas. E. Palmer, painting bridge, 42 95 
Old Colony R R. Co., freight, 1 11 
Hyde Park Water Co., pipe, 6 63 



■- $7,171 24 



Cr. 

By balance from last year, $3,176 65 

amount of appropriation 4,000 00 

Balance unexpended, $ 5 41 



$7,176 65 



PERMANENT IMPROVEMENT. 

Paid labor as per pay rolls, $1,536 17 
J. S. Coveney, repairing Safford and Hub- 
bard streets as per contract, 100 00 
Timothy Burns, gravel, 85 00 
B. H. Hardy, concreting, 321 82 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber, coal, etc., 64 94 
W. H. Plummer, stock and labor, 40 36 
Albert A. Lib by & Co., edgestones-, 404 88 



68 



Michael O'Connor, blacksmithing, 4 55 
The'Amer. Tool & Machine Co., Fail-mount 

bridge, 238 97 

J. C. Tingley, painting signs, 2 00 

Richardson & Rafter, stock and labor 7 00 

R. Carson, blacksmithing etc., 6 10 

C. T. Lovell, apparatus, 13 60 

McClintock & Woodfall, use of steam roller, 100 00 

Geo. H. Sampson, powder, etc.. 4 39 

Quincy Dyer, powder, etc., 3 10 

Heirs of George Haile, rent of ledge, 1 year, 100 00 

Grossman & O'Connor, blacksmithing, 2 73 

A. Raymond, team, 4 50 

E. J. Chandler, tools, 62 

E. A. W. Hammatt, surveying, 9 85 



5,050 58 



On account of addition, alterations and repairs to High School 
building. 

Richardson & Rafter, on account of contract 

and extra labor, $5,477 13 

Old Colony R R. Co., freight, 41 

J. V. Lufkin, labor, 33 25 

Chelmsford Foundry Co., column and plate, 32 50 
Warren W. Hilton, labor. 55 65 

Thos. Murray, mason work, 181 90 

E. B. Oliver, painting, 224 90 

Thos. Corrigan, building foundation, 175 00 

B. H. Hardy, concreting, 51 57 

J. L. Hammett, making blackboards, 48 67 

E. Van Noorden & Co., ventilators, 150 00 
Geo. M. Harding, architect, 417 00 

F. W. Gleason & Co., plumbing, 185 48 
W. U. Fairbairn, insp'cting heating ap'ratus, 10 00 
Walworth Cons, and Supply Co., steam 

heating plant, 1,846 00 

E. V. Ensign, electrical work, 26 85 

R. Scott, Jr., cleaning, 3 00 

« 8,919 31 



$11,969 89 



69 

Cr. 

By amount of appropriation, $12,000 00 

12,000 00 

Balance unexpended, $30 11 



FAIRVIEW AVENUE. 

Paid labor as per pay roll, $555 41 

E. A. W. Hammatt, surveying, 54 54 

$609 95 

Cr. 



By amount of appropriation, $1,000 00 



$1,000 00 



Balance unexpended, $390 05 



FAIRVIEW CEMETERY. 

Amount expended by Committee of Town before appointment of 
Commissioners 

Albert A. Pope land, $6,077 00 

Harriet S. Davis, " 240 00 

John Macleod «■ 475 00 

G. L. Richardson, plan, 22 00 

S. R. Moreley, advertising, 20 ) 

Fredk. J. Stark, land, 465 00 

Fred. F. Favor, «• 200 00 

Frank E. Langley, printing, 11 00 

Chas. F. Jenney, professional services, 283 98 

Ernest W. Bowditch, topographical survey, 500 00 



$8,293 98 



AMOUNT EXPENDED BY COMMISSIONERS. 

Paid labor as per pay rolls, $575 75 

Thos. Corrigan, labor in cemetery, 750 00 

Frank E. Langley, printing, 49 50 

Fred. F. Nourse, granite posts, 40 00 

E. A. W. Hammatt, surveying, 58 88 

Ernest W. Bowditch, " 53 35 

Hooper Lewis & Co., books and stationery, 18 50 

P. J. Ward, labor, 36 44 



$1,582 42 
,876 40 



70 

By amount of appropriation, $10,000 00 



Balance unexpended, $123 60 



$10,000 00 



SALARIES. 

Paid Robert Bleakie, services as Selectman, $100 00 

Fred'k N. Tirrell, " " 100 00 

Stephen B. Balkam, " " 100 00 

Amos H. Brainard, " " 100 00 

Thos. S. Waters, ■« " 100 00 

Henry B. Terry, services as Town Clerk, 250 00 
Henry S. BuntOn, services as Treasurer of 

Town and Sinking Fund, 400 00 

David Perkins, services as Assessor, 300 00 

T. E. Fauuce, " " 300 00 

R. P. Moseley, «' •' 300 00 

John Terry, services Overseer of Poor, 100 00 

Chas. Lewis, " " " 100 00 

Geo. W. Chapman, '« " 100 00 

J. P. Bills, services on Board of Health, 25 00 

D. F. Wood, " •' " 25 00 

E. C. Farwell, " " " 50 00 
J. C. Lincoln, " " "• 100 00 
A. D. Holmes, " " " 100 00 
Chas. G. Chick, services on School Committee, 100 00 
R. M. Johnson, " " " 100 00 
J. F. Lewis, " " " 100 00 
H. S. Bunton, " " " 100 00 
Louise M. Wood, " " »• 100 00 
Augusta L. Hanchett, " " 100 00 
Wallace D. Lovell, " as auditor, 25 00 
Chas. F. Morrison, " " " 25 00 
Asa J. Adams, " " " 25 00 

$3,325 00 

Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, $3,325 00 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Paid hook and ladder, No. 1. pay roll, $500 00 



71 



Chemical, No. 1, pay roll, 250 00 

Hose Co., «• li 400 00 

Hose Co., No. 2, " 450 00 

Hose Co., " 3, " 250 00 

Warren W. Hilton, services as engineer, 75 00 

Reuben Corson, " " " 75 00 

J. H. McKenna, " " " 75 00 

Malcolm Rogers, " "■ clerk 25 00 
Edward A. Hawley, " " steward, and 

cash paid out, 789 96 

Geo. M. Stevens, alarm apparatus, etc., 427 67 
Abbott-Downing Co., balance on hose wagon, 148 34 

Jos. Forgie & Son, bridle halters, 22 00 

B. B. and R. Knight, apparatus, 2 00 
R. Corson, use of horses, etc., 467 90 
Chas. II. G-alligan, use of horses, etc., 21 37 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lights, 149 40 
Quincy Dyer, supplies, 23 48 

C. T. Lovell, •« 3 24 
L. J. French & Co., supplies, 14 02 
Ryan's Express, expressing, 75 
Cornelius Callahan Co., apparatus, 105 92 
Stewart McKenzie, " 2 00 
Jas. Mackintosh, " 5 00 
S. B. Halkam & Co., coal and wood. 87 70 
F. W. Sawtelle & Co., coal and wood, 16 70 
Chas. E. Palmer, painting, 75 

E. B. Oliver, " 1 37 
John Johnston, apparatus, 7 40 
Frank Kunkel " 5 25 
Chas. Lewis, supplies, 5 75 
J. A. and W. Bird & Co., chemicals, 76 65 

F. W. Gleason & Co., apparatus, 26 63 
Warren W. Hilton, stock and labor, 43 81 
H. Whitington & Co., supplies, 12 00 
Geo. H. Adler, " 1 20 
M. J. Foley, labor, 16 00 
Jas. O'Hern, roofing, 32 50 
Frank Hukin, clearing vault, 2 50 



$4,619 36 



72 
Cr. 



By amount of appropriation, 
Balance unexpended, 



4.700 00 
$80 64 



$4,700 00 



POLICE. 

Paid Chas. E. Jenney, services as Chief of Police 
and keeper of lockup, 
Andrew D. Rooney, police duty, 
Jas. A. Cullen, " " 

John M. Brown, 
Michael Lynch, " " 

Dan'l O'Connell, " " 

SaniU P. Smith, 
Chas. E. Page, 

Alexander Schwab, " " 

J. H. O'Brien, 
Wm. W. Scott, 

Jeremiah Corbett, " " 

David A McDonald, " " 

Jas. Sullivan, " " 

John C. McDougald, " 
Chas. I. Conway, services to police, 
Scott Williams, use of boat and team, 
B. F. Tyler, supplies, 
S. B. Balkam & Co., coal, 
R. Corson, carriage hire, 

Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lights at lockup, 4b 
New England Telephone & Teleg. Co., rental, 61 
J. H. Tuckerman, supplies, 
W. H. Plummer, stock and labor, 
S. R. Moseley, stamps, etc , 
W. H. Barritt, photographing prisoner, 
Dr. A. D. Holmes, examination, 
Police pay roll, 4th of July, 
Chas. Lewis, supplies, 



By balance from last year, 
Amount of appropriation, 

Balance unexpended, 



Cr. 



$1,083 90 


1,032 50 


807 00 


278 50 


179 40 


8 00 


26 00 " 


18 50 


27 00 


3 00 


10 00 


5 00 


3 75 


2 50 


9 00 


5 00 


5 50 


4 02 


70 75 


76 75 


lp, 43 42 


il, 61 24 


10 25 


50 


3 68 


2 00 


1 50 


99 00 


9 15 


*Jpu,OOU Ol 


$997 20 


4,000 00 

$4,997 20 

$1,110 39 



73 

STREET LIGHTS. 

Paid Hyde Park Elec. Light Co. $7,132 87 

$7,132 87 

Cr. 
By ameunt of appropriation, $7,700 00 

$7,700 00 

Balance unexpended, $567 13 



FIRE HYDRANT SERVICE. 

Paid Hyde Park Water Co. on acct. of contract, $5,245 83 



$5,245 83 



Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, $5,245 83 



),245 83 



POST 121, GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

Paid Post 121, Grand Army of the Republic, $150 00 



Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, $150 00 



$150 00 



$150 00 



POOR ACCOUNT. 

Paid Taunton Lunatic Hospital, board of insane $551 01 



Worcester " " " " 


169 92 


Mass. sch'l for feeble minded, " " 


170 17 


Mrs. E. Blackman, " " 


171 03 


Commonwealth of Mass. " " 


69 18 


Mrs. Annie F. Kenney " of poor, 167 35 


Mrs. John Kennedy, " " 


87 50 


Mrs. Sarah Kelley. " " 


20 00 


Mrs. E. Runnells, 


7 00 


Carney Hospital, " " 


76 00 


Commonwealth of Mass. " " 


22 00 


City of Boston, aid 


96 61 


City of Fall River, 


93 50 



74 



John Stack, rent, 

G. F. Estes, " 

Ella M. Hutchings, cash for rent, 

Kate Moore, " 

Lena Benson, " " 

Ellen Walsh, 

F. W. Darling & Co., fuel, 
S. B. Balkam & Co., " 

G. I. Manuel, " 
L. J. French & Co., groceries, 
Smith, Collins & Co. , 

A. G. Worden, 
E. O. Taylor, 
Miles & Morrison, 

B. F. Tyler, 

E. D. Savage, 
M. Galligan, 
Readville Store. 

C. L. & E. S.Alden, 
Holtham & Wetherbee, provisions, 
Ward & Co., 

A. Davenport, milk, 

Mrs. F. A. Pike, meals, 

C. S. Davis & Co., dry goods, 

S. S. Somes, shoes. 

A. R. Sampson, shoes, 

F. E. Norris, medicine, 
M. E. Noble, 

A.G. Childs, 

William Batho, medicine, 

J. P. Bills, M. D., medical attendance, 

A. D. Holmes, M. D., medical attendance 

and cash paid out, 
F. C. Graham, burials, etc., 
John Crosby, " " 

C. I. Conway, care of lockup, 
John Brooks " " 
C. L. Farnsworth, crackers for lockup, 
R. Corson, carriage hire, 
A. Raymond, " " 

Winkley, Dresser & Co., order book, 



64 00 


48 


00 


96 00 


96 


00 


93 


00 


72 


00 


51 


41 


46 


68 


10 


61 


104 


00 


86 


00 


88 


50 


28 


00 


78 00 


40 


24 


26 


00 


4 00 


1 


00 


1 00 


6 


50 


1 


50 


32 58 


2 


00 


1 


50 


7 


40 


2 


00 


12 


00 


1 


20 


4 60 


1 


55 


37 


50 


130 50 


40 


00 


35 00 


48 00 


4 00 


18 


15 


10 00 


6 


75 


9 


00 



75 



Cash account of military aid, 

G. W. Chapman, clerical services and cash 

paid out, 
S. R. Moseley, envelopes and postage, 
Overseers of poor, car fares, etc., 



By balance from last year, 
amount of appropriation, 
cash refunded by state, etc. 



Cr. 



204 00 



109 


90 




6 


25 




16 


05 








$3,433 94 


2,076 


50 


3,500 


00 




466 


15 





5,042 65 



Balance with town treasurer, 



i,608 71 



TEACHERS' 


SALARIES. 




HIGH 


SCHOOL. • 




Paid Jere M. Hill, 






$2,000 00 


Emerson Rice, 






950 00 


Geo. F. Freeman, 






500 00 


Sarah L. Miner, 






280 00 


Anna W. Edwards, 






600 00 


Isabel Eaton, 






600 00 


Anna W. Linscott, 






360 00 


W. M. Cannon, 






300 00 

f 5 oon 00 


, 






DAMON 


SCHOOL. 




Paid W. F. Say ward, 






$1000 00 


Lizzie de Senancour, 






500 00 


Julia E. Donovan. 






500 00 


Dora F. Hastings, 






437 50 


W. A. Boardman, 






60 00 






FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 




Paid E. W. Cross, 






1,400 00 


Mary C. Howard, 






550 00 


Mary I. Coggeshall, 






500 00 


Helen P. Cleaves, 






500 00 


M. H. P. Cushing. 






500 00 


H. F. Packard, 






500 00 


Jennie S. Hammond, 






500 00 



76 



Helen A. Perry, 
Josephine P. Poole, 
Helen O. Thompson, 
Margarita G. Roe, 
D. A. Preston, 



500 00 
212 50 
450 00 
212 50 
60 00 



$5,885 00 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 



Paid D. G. Thompson, 


$1,400 00 


Carrie H. Stevens, 


540 00 


Josephine E. Thompson, 


250 00 


Annie B. Davis, 


462 50 


Sarah E. Roome, 


450 00 , 


Emily Woods, 


450 00 


A. E. Batchelder, 


450 00 


Bessie B. Freeman, 


427 50 


E. S. Howes, 


450 00 


J. E. Sutherland, 


200 00 


Minnie E. Butland, 


225 00 


Lena B. Winter, 


200 00 


D. A. Preston, 


60 00 


GREW SCHOOL. 




Paid F. H. Dean, 


1,400 00 


Mary A. Winslow, 


550 00 


A. A. Sutherland, 


225 00 


Belle D. Curtis, 


275 00 


Margaret A. Hanlon, 


500 00 


Margaret E. Bertram, 


500 00 


Fannie E. Harlow, 


500 00 


Blanche L. Bright, 


432 50 


Agnes J. Campbell, 


500 00 


M. E. Cherrington, 


200 00 


Nellie M. Howes, 


450 00 


Bessie C. Sparrell, 


450 00 


Emma M. George, 


225 00 


Nellie M. Parsons, 


200 00 


Ada F. Whitney, 


160 00 


W. A. Board man, 


60 00 



$5,565 00 



6,627 50 



77 



BUTLER SCHOOL. 



Paid Grace B. Gidney 
Paid Elizabeth M. Dodge, 



MUSIC. 



FUEL AND JANITORS 



Paid S. B. Balkam & Co., 



Cr. 

By unexpended balance from last year, 
amount of appropriation, 

Balance unexpended, 



$450 00 
300 00 



2 tons coal 


(stove), 


Butler, 


$ 12 00 


5 " " 


h cord wood, 


Greenwood, 


33 75 


19 " " 


14 " 


Grew, 


125 00 


3 " " 




High, 


17 75 


10 " " 




Fairmount, 


60 00 


F. W. Darling 


&Co., 






1 tons coa] 


, h cord wood 


, Butler, 


9 50 


40 «« " 




Greenwood, 


235 20 


75 " «■ 


2 


Grew, 


452 00 


24 " " 


li 


High, 


151 87 


50 " ,! 




Fairmount, 


294 00 


35 '• " 


2 


Damon, 


216 80 


}aleb Hall, 










2 crds. wood 


, Greenwood, 


11 00 




1 


High, 


5 50 




4 


Fairmount, 


23 00 


Hyde Park Times, advertisin 


?. 


2 50 


Norfolk Co. Gazette, " 




2 00 


Journal News Co. " 




15 50 


Robert Scott, Jr., janitor. 


High, 


192 25 


Albert Lord, 


" 


Greenwood, 


360 00 


T. G. Field, 


i I 


Butler, 


52 00 


Albert Cook, 


" 


4< 


13 00 


M. Kappler, 


6 t 


Damon, 


200 00 


Caleb Hall, 


" 


Fairmount, 


350 00 


J. A. Peterson 


" 


Grew, 


360 00 


O. A. Cook, 


" 


High, 


7 75 



$3,202 37 
S30,517 37 



$ 342 24 
30,400 00 

$ 

$224 S7 



),742 24 



78 



EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Paid Geo. H. Adler, for 6 paper shades, 60 
Charles Lewis, lamps, chimney and burners, 12 60 

C. H. Colby, lor oil, 5 50 

W. H. Plummer for 25 drafting boards, 12 50 

Norf'k Co. Gazette, for advertising, 6 00 

Richardson & Rafter, labor on desks, 11 73 

Hyde Park Times, advertising, 3 50 

Thorp & Martin M. Co., for supplies, 3 27 
Boston Br T. and Gro. House, oil and dippers, 3 02 

Kobert Scott, Jr., janitor, 48 77 

M. Kappler, " 33 09 

Geo. F. Freeman, teaching, 50 00 

Ed. St. C. Fellows, 74 00 

Geo. F. Eldredge, 88 00 

S. R. Hooper, 114 00 

A. E. Upham, 63 00 

E. A. Howes, Jr., 84 00 

J. P. Hylan, 63 00 

Chas. H. Fogg, 135 00 

Cook, Jan.. 5 00 



Deficit from last year. 



By amount ot appropriation, 



Cr 



Deficit, $143 03 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

Paid Seth Burrill & Son for tools, 

S. B. Balkam & Co. for pine lumber, 
Norfolk County Gazette, for printing, 
Mrs. W. A. Boardman, for services as teacher, 
Geo. E. Webb, for services as teacher, 
Labor and supplies, 

Cr. 

By unexpended balance from last year, 
amount of appropriation, 

Balance unexpended, 



$816 58 
26 45 



$843 03 
$700 00 



23 25 




12 86 




1 50 




sr, 9 00 




90 00 




8 67 






$145 28 


24 03 




150 00 






$174 03 






28 75 



79 

HIGH SCHOOL LABORATORY. 



Paid Whitall Tatum & Co., for supplies. 


47 06 




Billings, Clapp & Co., 


6 


51 




Franklin Ed. Co., 


2 


27 




Emerson Rice, cash paid out, 


1 


75 




Dexter Bros., alcohol, 


9 


60 




The Naturalists Bureau, specimens, 


10 00 




Mark E. Noble, chemicals, 




90 




Thos. Hall, supplies. 




30 




Dedham & H. P. Gas Co., pipe connections, 


20 00 










$ 98 39 


Cr. 






By unexpended balance from last year, 






299 66 


Balance unexpended, 






201 27 


STEAM HEAT IN FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 






Paid Boston Herald Co., for advertising, 


45 


50 




Hyde Park Times, '• " 


3 


00 




Norfolk County Gazette, for advertising, 


2 


50 




Exeter Machine Works, contract, 


1,842 


00 




Q. Dyer, for hose. 


7 


00 




W. U. Fairbairn, for services as inspector, 


10 


00 




Geo. H. Peare, for labor and stock, 


27 


30 




W. H. Plummer, " 


9 


35 




Caleb Hall, " •« " 


3 


50 








— 


$1950 15 


Cr. 








By amount of appropriation, 






$2,000 00 



Balance unexpended, 49 85 

STEAM HEAT IN GREW SCHOOL. 

Paid S. R. Moseley, for stamps, $1 00 

By unexpended balance from last year, $1 00 

HIGH SCHOOL FUKNITURE. 

Paid George S. Perry & Co. for 47 desks, 219 20 

Zimmerman & Co., window shades, 26 00 

E. B. Oliver, painting, 20 00 

Richardson & Rafter, laboratory furniture, 206 61 



80 



S. R. Moseley, postage stamps, 1 00 

Whitall, Tatuni & Co., gas burners and tub'ng, 12 37 
Union Desk Co., roll top desk and chair, 49 00 



$534 18 
Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, 1000 00 

Unexpended balance, $ 465 82 



SCHOOL INCIDENTALS, 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

Paid F. M. Paine, work on piano 

F. W. Gleason & Co., wash basin and cups, 

L. W. Parkhurst, locks and keys, 

J. M. Hill, cash paid out, 

J. V. Lufkin, labor and material, 

Chas. Lewis, supplies, 

Wm. Read & Son, repairs on arms, 

Young Men's Christian Ass'n, rent of hall, 

Ryan's Exppess, expressing, 

W, H. Plummer, labor and material, 

Richardson & Rafter labor and material, 

R. Scott, Jr., extra labor, 

Quincy Dyer, hardware, 

Adams Express Co., expressing, 

J. L. Sanborn, services as armorer, 

Lane Bros., printing programmes, 

F. H. Dean, slating blackboards, 

Boston Branch Tea and Grocery House, supplies, 

Norfolk County Gazette, printing, 

A. G. Whitcomb, furniture, 

DAMON SCHOOL. 

Paid F. M. Paine, for work on piano, 

A. D. Rooney, services as truant officer, 

L. W. Parkhurst, six keys, 

A. F. Hayward, cleaning clocks, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., plumbing, etc., 

Ryan's Express, expressing, 

A. N. Thompson, work on desk, 



$1 50 


1 65 


85 


10 88 


12 55 


2 95 


10 25 


24 00 


85 


2 15 


4 87 


38 80 


3 00 


25 


21 00 


19 25 


53 90 


1 19 


75 


4 01 


$2 50 


36 75 


1 


1 50 


14 70 


30 


2 00 



$214 65 



81 



C. T. Lovell, labor on roof and furnace, 200 00 

G. H. Haskell, enamel cloth and ribbon, 28 83 

M. Kappler, cleaning building, 

J. A. Cross, slating, 

A. W. Dunbar, tinting, 

G. H. Peare, labor and material, 

FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

Paid F. A. Paine, for work on piano, 
Geo. S. Perry & Co., ink bottles, 
L. W. Parkhurst, locks and keys, 
Hubbard & Co., atomizer, 
A. J. Wilkinson, door check, 
Lane Bros., labels, 
F. W. Gleason & Co., plumbing, 
Ryan's Express, expressing, 
J. Keith, supplies, 

W. H. Plummet - , labor and material, 
C. Hall, extra labor, 
Q. Dyer, hardware, 
Adams Express Co., expressing, 
K. W. Dodge, 106 yards concrete, 
Richardson & Rafter, work on flagstaff, 
A. W. Dunbar, tinting and glazing, 
J. Ahem, slating, 
Chas. Lewis, plumbing, etc., 
C. E. Palmer, tinting, painting, etc., 
U. Holzer, rebinding books, 

GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

Paid F. W. Gleason & Co., for plumbing and piping, $11 20 

Albert Lord, extra labor and material, 78 40 

F. M. Paine, work on piano, 2 00 

Hubbard & Co., germicide, 5 00 

John VV. Jigger, labor and material, 25 50 

Exeter Machine Works, express charges, 6 87 

Dennis Gur.n, labor, carting snow 3.00 

A. D. Rooney, services as truant officer, 39 25 

L. W. Parkhurst, locks and keys, 3 93 



27 


40 


57, 


,30 


66 


10 


5 


21 




<*d-4.R ^Q 






$3 00 


1 80 


1 


25 


1 


00 


1 


00 


8 


50 


40 


14 




45 


2 


33 


90 


98 


73 


25 


1 


11 




25 


79 


50 


10 


00 


134 


20 


17 


50 


6 


15 


79 


40 


32 


16 



$583 97 



82 



Ryan's Express, expressing, 45 

A. G. Whiicomb, furniture, 278 45 

J. H. Tuckerman. window shades and repairs. 1 35 

Quincy Dyer, hardware, etc., 84 20 

A. McLean, paintir.g flagstaff, 5 00 



— $544 60 



GREW SCHOOL. 

Faid A. F. Hayward, for cleaning clock, 

Richardson & Rafter, labor and material, 

Charles Haley, labor and material, 

A. D. Rooney, services as truant officer, 

Geo. S. Perry & Co., school supplies, 

C. T. Lovell, plumbing, 

Miles & Morrison, supplies, 

A. G. Whitcomb, furniture, 

J. A. Peterson, extra labor, 

H. A. Haskell, keys and repairs, 

Q. Dyer, hardware, 

Exeter Machine Works, globe valve, 

S. B. Baluam & Co., lumber, 

Eben Smith, moulding, 

F. H. Dean, slating blackboards, 

T. Murray, plastering, etc., 

P. H. Rooney & Co., labor and material. 

A. W. Dunbar, tinting and glazing, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., plumbing, etc., 

A. Payne, electrical repairs, 

J. A. Crowley, disinfectant, 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Paid Wright & Potter Printing Co., for age and 

schooling certificates, $10 00 

R. Corson, expressing, 41 45 

A. D. Rooney, services as truant officer, 26 00 
C. S. Davis & Co., sewing supplies, 3 68 
Norfolk County Gazette, printing, 43 75 
Adams Express Co., expressing, 60 
J. Brocks, care of committee room. 13 50 

B. F. Bennett, two letter files, 1 00 



$3 


00 


73 


17 


38 


12 


36 


75 


20 


00 


3 


70 




74 


87 


75 


78 


00 


1 


40 


9 


86 


1 


40 


3 


13 


10 


08 


70 


35 


5 


50 


22- 


42 


239 


23 


39 


51 


10 


00 


6 


50 



$760 61 



83 



Norfolk County Gazette, stamps and printing, 58 50 

R. M. Johnson, services as secretary, 150 00 

Boston Herald Co.. advertising, 13 62 

J. F. Mooar, filling 132 diplomas 26 40 

L. B. Brooks, order book, 10 00 

Ryan's Express, expressing, • 2 45 

J. H. Daniels 200 diplomas, 50 00 

S. R. Moseley, postage stamps, ' 3 00 

D. F. Wood, school census, '50 93 

Waverley Hall, rent, 50 00 

Hyde Park Times, printing, 3 50 
Caleb Hall, inspecting coal and cleaning vaults, 40 00 

C. I. Conway, care committee room, 4 50 



$602 88 



BUTLER SCHOOL. 



Paid S. B. Balkam & Co., for lumber, • $3 50 

Ryan's Express, expressing, 
J. W. Jigger, labor on ventilator, 
Hyde Park Water Co., connection, 
F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and material, 
Albert Lord, cleaning, 



Cr. 
By unexpended balance from last year 
Appropriation, 



15 




4 10 




22 08 




16 75 




3 00 






$49 58 
$3199 88 




68 




3,200 00 






$3,200 68 



Balance unexpended, $ 80 

TEXT BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. 

Paid Boston School Supply Co. for text books, etc. $105 37 

Ginn & Co., text books, 101 63 

Interstate Publishing Co., readers, 45 

H. D. Noyes & Co., school supplies. 89 05 

Geo. S. Perry & Co.. school supplies, 367 27 

W. Small, text books, 9 14 

American Book Co., text books, 122 30 

J. \j. Hammett, Kindergarten supplies, 19 79 



84 



W. Ware & Co., dictionaries, etc., 

G. F. King & Merrill, lead pencils, etc., 

Geo. W. Simmons & Co., U. S. Tactics, 

E. Maynard & Co., 50 English classics. 

University Publishing Co., Davis 1 readers, 

Silver Burdett & Co., music readers, 

Carter, Rice & Co., paper, 

Naturalists' Bureau, specimen of nat. history, 

E. Faber, lead pencils, 

Thompson, Brown & Co., aritmetics, etc., 

D. C. Heath & Co., Hyde's lessons in English, 

Thorp & Martin M. Co., supplies, 

T. Hall, 13 florescopes, 

D. Appleton & Co., " 50 Law Lessons," 

C. Schoenhof, French books, 

Prang Educational Co., drawing books, 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., modern classics, 
Manton Seavy, bookkeeping blanks, 
Billings, Clapp & Co., sundries, 
Norfolk County Gazette, printing, 
W. W. Hilton, labor, 
R. J. Gordon, 20 lunches, 
Alexander McLean, work on blackboards, 

F. Dillingham, 36-inch paper, 
Journal News Co., advertising, 

D. Lothrop Co., text books, 
U. Holzer, rebinding books, 
Dennison Manufacturing Co., supplies, 
A. M. Edwards, historical cards, 
Lane Bros., printing, 

S. R. Moseley, postage stamps, 

Q. Dyer, supplies, 

R. M. Johnson, cash paid out, 

C. S. Davis & Co., sewing supplies, 

Adams Express Co., expressing on books, 

A. Payne, services, 

L. W. Parkhurst, supplies, 

W. H. Plummer, labor and supplies, 

J. W. C. Gilman, writing books, 

R. Corson, expressing on books, 

H. O. Thompson, ca«h paid out, 



7 


50 


18 


25 


3 


60 


6 


43 


204 


28 


272 


39 


22 


13 


1 


96 


57 


50 


26 


11 


62 


24 


56 


70 


6 


50 


6 


67 


13 


70 


65 


00 


9 


54 


11 


60 


1 


81 


33 


25 


22 


00 


5 00 


7 


50 




90 


6 


30 


4 09 


70 


33 


1 


10 


1 


00 


1 


00 


4 00 


5 


00 


4 


56 


5 87 


1 


85 


1 


00 


7 


62 


9 


15 


29 


88 


16 


20 


1 


89 



85 



Leach, Shewell & S., arithmetics, 


15 00 




H. H. Poore, supplies, 

J. Hubbard & Co., Germicide, 


"2 75 
16 00 




F. C. Putney, care of arms to Nov. 28, 

G. H. Haskell, 7 1-2 yards ribbon. 


5 00 
94 




F. W. Gleason & Co., supplies, 


6 11 




J. W. Jigger, blackboai'ds. 


21 05 




H. A. Haskell, supplies. 


2 30 




J. Keith, supplies, 


2 05 




Ryan's Express, expressing on books, 
A. Storrs & Bement Co., cardboard, 


5 75 
90 




E. Rice, cash paid lor supplies, 

R. E. Cheringtou, shades and supplies, 


1 50 
10 12 




J. F. Mooar, filling diplomas. 


1 60 




W. D. Ward, supplies, 

Damrill & Upham, drill regulations, 

M. R. Warren, cyclostyle paper, 


5 66 
3 00 

1 00 

$ ° 000 


13 








Cr. 






ir unexpended balance from last year, 
Appropriation, 


$11 28 
2,000 00 





2,011 28 

Balance unexpended, $2 15 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



CURRENT EXPENSES. 



Paid Mrs H. A. B. Thompson, librarian. $400 00 

Mary A. Hawley, assistant librarian, 300 00 

H. A. Rich, agent rent, 400 00 

P. H. Blodgett, janitor, 113 50 

M. E. Taylor, " 18 00 

S. B. Balkam & Co., fuel, 68 00 

H. P. Electric Light Co., lighting rooms. 135 28 

Adams Express, 1 15 

Ryan's Express, ' 4 42 

Corson's Express, 22 5C 

Hyde Park Historical Record, subscription, 1 00 

Lappen Bros., baskets, 6 15 



86 



Carter, Rice Co., paper, 

S. R. Moseley, printing, etc., 

S. R. Moseley, P.M.. stamps, box rent, etc., 

J. G. Roberts & Co., binding, 

H. D. Noyes & Co., per'dicals, stationery, etc 

Chas Lewis, repairing stove, 

Boston Public Library, 

L. W. Parkburst, key, 

Woman's Journal, subscription, 

H. A. Haskell, 

J. H. Tuckerman, 

A. G. Worden, supplies, 

J. A. Paine, carpenter work, etc., 

F. E. Langley, printing, etc. 



Cr. 



By balance unexpended last year, 
appropriation, 



7 20 


48 00 


6 50 


56 61 


:. 165 80 


1 75 


1 00 


20 


2 50 


50 


1 50 


2 10 


68 00 


92 15 


$ 81 25 


1850 00 



,923 81 



.$1,931 25 



Balance unexpended, 



$ 7 44 



PURCHASE OF BOOKS. 



Paid DeWolf, Fiske & Co., 

F. J. Post, 

G. M. Bodge, 
Willard Small, 

J. G. Cupples &Co., 
J. H. Lamb, manager, 
J. G. Roberts & Co., 
Annie Plummer, 



Cr. 



By balance unexpended last year, 
appropriation, 



Balance unexpended, 



$676 05 
8 30 
5 
2 
3 
6 
68 
. 3 



16 
00 
00 
00 
14 
75 



$41 84 
794 74 



$772 40 

$836 58 
$ 64 18 



87 



ASSESSORS' REPORT. 



TABLE OF AGGREGATES. 









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Land 


$2,823,855 
















Buidings 


4,317,450 


$7,141,305 


$983,986 


$8,125,291 


2,611 


1,876 


578 


189 


37 



1892, 


State Tax. 


County Tax. 


Town Tax. 


Overlayiags. 


Total. 




$5,845,00 


$7,145.48 


$112,675.00 ' 


81,435.89 


$127,101.37 



EXEMPTED PROPERTY 



Churches. 


Harvard College. 


St. Raphael School 


Fairview 
Cemetery. 


Total. 


$214,045 


$300. 00 


$19,375 


$4,325.00 


$238,045 



ZR^TIE PEE $1,000, 



$15. OO. 





Valuation Real Estate. 


Valuation of 
Personal Property. 


Total Valuation. 


May 1, 1892 
" 1, 1891 


$7,141,305.00 
6,799,695.00 


$9a3,986.00 
925,895.00 


$8,125,291.00 
7,725,590.00 


Increase . . 


$341,610.00 


$58,091.00 


$399,701.00 



DAVID PERKINS. 
THOMAS E. FAUNCE, 
R. P. MOSELEY, 

Assessors. 



TREASURER'S 



DR. 



HENRY S. BUNTON, TOWN TREASURER IN ACCOUNT 



Cash in the Treasury, February 1, 1892 

AMOUNTS RECEIVED DURING THE YEAR ENDING JAN. 31, 1893. 

From Treasurer's Notes— Renewal, Funded Loan 

Treasurer's Notes— Temporary Loan 

Treasurer's Notes— Cemetery Loan 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1888, 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1889 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1S90 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1891 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1892 

George Sanford, Collector, Street Assessments 

George Sanford, Collector, Sidewalk Assessments 

Selectmen, Sidewalk Assessments 

Fairview Cemetery, Sales of Lots 

Fairview Cemetery, Interments 

Fairview Cemetery, wood sold 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for Corporation Tax 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for National Bank Tax 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for State Aid, 1891 

County Trea surer, dog licenses, 1892 

County Treasurer, rent of room occupied by Probate Court 

Henry B. Terry, Esq., Trial Justice, fines, from defendants in 

criminal cases 

Thomas H. Wakefield, Esq., Trial Justice, fines from defendants 

in criminal cases 

Liquor Licenses 

Milk Licenses 

Miscellaneous Licenses 

Costs, Suit, Maria A . Eustis vs Town of Hyde Park 

Old junk sold, Grew School Building 

Old junk sold, High School Building 

Poor cash refunded by Commonwealth, cities, towns, etc 

Interest on Bank balances 



$2,143 Oil 


p 8,000 00 


40,000 00 


10,000 00 


31 92 


15 88 


2,587 95 


26,609 40 


90,351 23 


492 05 


774 02 


208 50 


1,650 00 


53 00 


3 01) 


4,49S 95 


1,024 40 


601 On 


779 38 


100 00 



627 83 

13 01 

6 00 

7 00 

14 00 
14 12 
12 00 

5 62 
466 15 
200 58 



$191,290 05 



(88) 



REPORT. 



CURRENT WITH THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK 



CR. 



ACCOUNTS DISBURSED: 

On account of Hyde Park Four.per cent. Coupon Bonds due Aug. I, 1892, 
Hyde Park Pour per cent. Coupon Bonds due Sept. 1, 1892, 
Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds due Nov. 1, 1892, 

Treasurer's Notes— Funded Loan 

Treasurer's Notes— Temporary Loan 

Interest 

Schools, — salaries, fuel and janitors --. 

Evening Schools 

Industrial Schools 

School Incidentals 

Text Books and Supplies 

Laboratory for High School 

Furniture High School Building 

Steam Heating Apparatus, Fairmount School 

Steam Heating Apparatus, Grew School 

Public Library, current expenses 

Public Library, purchase of new books 

Incidentals 

Highways; 

Fairview Avenue 

Permanent Improvements o n streets and sidewalks 

Permanent Improvements, High School Building 

Fairview Cemetery 

Salaries 

Fire Department • 

E*o lice 

Street Lights 

Fire Hydrant Service 

Post 121, Grand Army of the Republic 

Overseers of the Poor 

Board of Health 

Sinking Fund, amount of appropriation 

State Tax for 1892 

County Tax for 1892 

Liquor Licenses, paid Treasurer Commonwealth one- 
fourth of the amount received in 1892 

State A id 



Cash in the Treasury January 31, 1893. 



£ 2,500 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
9,000 00 
40,000 00 
9,700 5S 
30,517 37 

700 00 

145 2S 

3,199 88 

2,009 13 

98 39 

534 18 

1,950 15 

1 00 

1,923 81 

772 40 
6,797 28 
7,171 24 

609 95 
3,050 58 
8,919 31 
9,876 40 
3,325 00 
4,619 36 
3,886. 81 
7,132 87 
5,245 83 

150 00 
3,433 94 
2,244 33 
3,000 00 
5,845 00 
7,145 48 

1 50 
686 00 

$190,193 05 



1,097 00 



$191,290 05 



(89) 



TOWN DEBT, JANUARY ji, 1893. 

FUNDED LOAN. 

Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

four per cent, interest, due March 1, 1S93 $8,000 00 

Treasurer's Notes, (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) 

four per cent- interest due, February 1, 1894 148,000 00 

Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

four per cent, interest, due March 1, 1894 8,000 00. 

Two Hvde Park Four per cent. Coiipon Bonds, 

$500.00- each, dated August 1, 1884, due $500.00 annually 1893—1894 1,000 00 

Eight Hvde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated July 31, 1886, due $2,000.00 annually 1893— 1S96 S.000 0(1 

Ten Hvde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated November 1, 18S7, due $2,000.00 annually 1893— 1S97. 10,000 00 
Twelve Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated September 1, 1888, due $2,000.00 annually 1893—1898. 12,000 00 
Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

four per cent, interest, dated July 1, 1889, due $1,000 annually 1893—1895. 3,000 00 
Hyde Park Savings Bank, • 

four per cent, interest, dated March 1, 1892, due $2,000 annually 1893—1897." 10,000 00 



Total indebtedness $208,000 00 

HENRY S. BUNTON, Town Treasurer. 

Hyde Park, February 1, 1893. 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK SINKING FUND. 



COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. 
Amount of Sinking Fund, January 31, 1892, $141,822 07 

RECEIPTS, VIZ: 

From Town of Hyde Park, annual appropriation $3,000 00 

Income from investments 6,059 49 

$9,059 49 

Amount of Sinking Fund, January 31, 1893 $150,882 16 

INVESTED VIZ: 

Note, Town of Hyde Park, four per cent, interest, 

dated February 1, 1884, due February 1, 1894 $85,000 00 

Note, Town of Hyde Park, four per cent, interest, 

dated February 1, 1891, due February 1, 1894 40,000 00 

Note, Town of Hyde Park, four per cent, interest, 

dated February 1, 1892, due February 1, 1894 15,000 00 

Note, Town of Hyde Park, four per cent, interest, 

dated February 1, 1893, due February 1, 1894 8,000 00 

Deposit with New England Trust Company, Boston 2,882 16 

WILLIAM J. STUART, 
HENRY BLASDALE, 
DAVID PERKINS. 

Commissioners . 
HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Treasurer Sinking Fimd. 

Hyde Park, February 1, 1893. 

(90) 



APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES FOR 
THE CURRENT YEAR. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Interest 

Schools 

Evening Schools 

Industrial Schools 

School Incidentals 

Text Books and Supplies 

Laboratory for High School 

Ftiraiture,*High School Building.. 
Steam Heating Fairmount School 

Steam Heating Grew School 

Public Library, current expenses. 

Public Library, new books 

Incidentals 

Highways 

Fairview Avenue 

Permanent Improvements 

Fairview Cemetery 

Salaries ." 

Fire Department 

Police 

Street Lights 

Fire H vdrant Service 

Post 121, G. A. R 

Overseers of the Poor 

Board of Health 

Sinking Fund 

State and County Tax 



1 Appropriation 



2 $9,700 58 

30,742 24 

700 00 

174 03 

3,200 68 

2,011 28 

299 66 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

1 00 

1,931 25 

836 58 

7,003 71 

7,176 65 

1,000 00 

12,000 00 

10,000 00 

3,325 00 

4,700 00 

4,997 20 

7,700 00 

5,245 83 

150 00 

=6,042 65 

2,244 33 

3^000 00 

12,990 48 



$140,173 15 



Expenditures 



$9,700 58 

30,517 37 

700 00 

145 28 

3,199 88 

2,009 13 

98 39 

534 18 

1,950 15 

1 00 

1,923 81 

772 40 

6.797 28 

7,171 24 

609 95 

11,969 89 

9,876 40 

3,325 00 

4,619 36 

3,886 81 

7,132 87 

5,245 83 

150 00 

3,433 94 

2,244 33 

3,000 00 

12,990 48 



Unexpended, 



§134,005 55 



224 S7 
28 75 



2 15 


201 27 


465 82 


49 85 


7 44 


64 18 


206 43 


5 41 


390 05 


30 11 


123 60 


80 64 


1,110 39 


567 13 



5,167 60 



1 Including unexpended balances from last year. 

2 Including interest on Treasurer's bank balances. 

3 Including cash refunded and received. 



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AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE. 



In compliance with the By-laws of the Town the under- 
signed have examined the accounts of the Selectmen, School 
Committee, Collector of Taxes, Town Treasurer, Commis- 
sioners of Sinking Fund, Trustees of the Public Library, 
Overseers of the Poor, and Board of Health, and hereby 
certify that the same are correct, and all payments accom- 
panied by proper vouchers. 

WALLACE D. LOVELL, 
CHARLES F. MORRISON, 
ASA J. ADAMS, 

Auditors. 



flirt •, 
{ to ) 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. 



Aborn, Elizabeth 

Abbott, Elmer E. 

Adams, Charlotte H. . 

Adams, Grace C. and Christiania 

Adams, William L. B. 

Adams, Josephine G., heirs 

Addison, Harry 

Adler, Geo. H. 

Ahern. James . 

Alden, C. L. and E. S. 

Ahlen, Charles L. 

Alderman, Merit P. 

Alderman, Lucy A. . 

Aldrich Pertia W. 

Albee, Samuel . 

Allen, Orville . 

Allen, Chas. P. . 

Allen, Lovicy . 

Allen, Adelia S. 

Allen, Emma W. 

Alles, William H. 

Ambaek. Charles A. . 

Ambaek, Prank H. 

Annis, Augustus K. . 

Anderson, James 

Anderson, Lydia 

Anderson, George E. 

Andrews, Marietta 

Andrews, Ellen L. 

Andrews & Porter, 

Arentzen, Christiana, heirs 

Arnold, Ellen, W. , 

Arnold, Henry F. 

Atkinson, Isabella 

Atkinson, Robert 

Atkinson, Ida M. , 

Atwood. Delia . 

Ayer, George, heirs . 

B 

Bachelder, John B. . 

Bachelder, Lizzie B. . 

Badger, William F. . 

Badger, S. C. Mrs. 

Badger, Susan C. Miss 

Baessler, Henry 

Bailey, Annie E., heirs 

Baker, Eugene 

Balkani, Stephen B. . 

Balkam, S. B. & Co. . 

Baldwin, Eleanor C. . 

Baptist Church Society 

Barme, Charlotte 

Barney, Amanda 

Barney, James E. 

Barni s, Warren E. 

Barrett, Michael W. and John T. 

Barrett, Michael 

Barritt, William H. . 

Barritt, Katharine 

Barry, Patrick and Catherine 



Per- 


Real 


sonal. 


Estate. 




$ 89 00 


* 2 63 






39 00 




7 50 




28 87 




53 25 




46 50 


15 00 




1 88 




■34 50 






42 00 




16 50 




43 50 




43 50 




40 65 




72 75 


102 30 


261 75 


4 50 






35 25 




64 50 




165 00 


2 63 






85 50 




32 25 




18 00 




51 00 


2 25 


8 25 




31 50 




41 62 


4 50 






31 50 




37 50 




55 50 




48 75 


3J15 






6 75 




20 63 




16 87 


42 15- 






333 00 


4 13 






79 50 




207 00 




22 12 




60 00 


2 25 




18 00 


114 00 


186 00 


222 75 




45 00 




67 50 


58 


211 87 




36 00 




10 50 


3 00 






3 00 




9 00 


4 50 






43 50 




31 50 



(94) 



95 



Resident Ta.x-Payers — (Continued.) 



Names. 



Barry, Michael 
Bartholomew^ Myron H 
Bartlett, Alma M. 
Bartlett, Elizabeth E. 
Bass, Lizzie L. 
Bass, Elizabeth 
Bass, George 
Bjates, Emma M. 
Bates, Henry N. 
Bates, James 
Batho. William 
Baxter, Edward H. 
Bean, James W. 
Beatey, Catherine B. 
Beatey, John 
Beatey, Annie J. 
Beatey, George A. 
Beatey, Ada P. 
Beausang, John 
Beausang, Patrick 
Bennett, Fred C. 
Bennett, John . 
Bennett, John C. 
Bent, Catherine 
Bent, George W. 
Benton, Martha A. 
Benton, Jesse S. 
Benton, Mary A. 
Bell, Elizabeth 
Berry, Louisa M. 
Berry, Leonard W. 
Bickford, Lomelia A. 
Bickford, Leroy M. 
Bickmore, Albion P. 
Bidwell, Lawson B. 
Bigelow, Fred C. 
Bigelow, Fred C. and 
Billings, H. J. . 
Bills, James P., heirs 
Blackey, Herbert I. 
Blackmer, Hannah H 
Blaisdell, Caroline E 
Blaisdell, Angie H. 
Blaisdell, A. J. and Ba 
Blake, Enoch E. 
Blake, Phoebe E. 
Blake, Percy M. 
Blasdale, Henry 
Blanchard, John C. Jr 
Bleakie, Robert, & Co 
Bleakie, Robert, Tr. 
Bleakie, Robert 
Blodgett, Anna E. 
Bloom, Julius R. 
Bolton, Eliza J. 
Bodwell, William P. 
Boland, Michael 
Bond, John R. . 
Bonnell, John D. 
Borden, Geo. E., heirs 
Boyd, Fred W. . 
Boylan, Stephen 
Boynton, Charles A. 
Boynton, James W. 



rtlett 



Mark Googin 



A. L 



Per- 
sonal. 



$20 25 

18 00 
9 75 
3 00 

18 75 

9 00 



15 75 

56 62 

3 00 

4 87 
4 50 
1 50 
1"58 

53 



7 50 
7 50 
3 53 

388 87 

765 00 



Real 
Estate. 



22 50 
114 37 
43 50 
33 00 
75 00 
75 00 
39 00 
233 25 

36 38 



69 00 

47 10 
18 75 
20 25 

35 25 

44 25 

118 50 

117 00 
50 25 

2 63 

36 75 
34 50 

3 75 
103 50 

88 87 
95 55 
111 00 
27 00 

4 50 



68 63 
25 50 
46 50 
7 50 
126 00 
72 00 

112 50 



118 50 
2,321 25 
53 25 
46 50 
141 75 
51 00 
42 00 
15 75 
57 00 
46 50 
59 40 
42 37 
57 00 



Unpaid. 



S 114 37 
43 50 
33 00 



233 25 
20 25 



9 75 
3 00 
35 25 
18 75 
69 00 
9 00 
47 10 
18 75 

5 62 



117 00 



95 55 

30 00 

4 87 
4 50 
1 50 

71 21 
25 50 
47 03 

7 50 

72 00 
7 50 

3 53 



53 25 



51 00 
42 00 
15 75 

46 50 
59 40 

57 00 
53 



96 



Resident Tax- Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate 


Unpaid. 


Bonney, Susan 




43 13 




Bradford, Sophia I. 














37 50 




Bradley, Kate E. 














42 37 




Brady, Ellen M. 














3 88 


3 88 


Brady, John 














19 50 




Bragan, Thomas P. 














44 62 




Bragan, Sarah . 














2 25 




Bragdon, Julia . 














30 00 




Brainard, Amos H. 












$18 75 


216 00 




Brainard, Elizabeth C. 














109 50 




Brainard Milling Machine C 


). 










600 00 


303 37 




Brainard Foundry Co. 












7 50 


30 00 




Bramwell, William C. 












153 00 


129 75 




Brannon, Patrick 












3 45 


31 50 


34 95 


Breingan, Andrew 














10 88 




Brewer, Frank H. 












4 50 






Bresnahan, Hannah . 














71 25 




Bridge, Samuel W. 














23 63 




Bridgman, Annie E. . 














180 00 




Brii?ham, Frank D. 












18 00 






Brigham, Helen 














93 00 




Briggs, George W., Mrs. 














37 12 




Brooks, John L. 














33 75 


33 75 


Brooks, Alfred L. 














43 50 




Brostrom, Andreas J. 














40 50 




Brown, James R. 














89 77 


89 77 


Brown, Isaac J., Trustee 












261 00 






Brown, Bartlett J. 














46 50 




Brown, Maybin W. 












5 25 




5 25 


Brown, Elizabeth W. . 














30 75 


30 75 


Brown, Ellen 














30 00 




Brown, Isaac J.. 












27 75 


639 00 




Bruce, Annetta 














45 00 




Bryant, Walter C. 












53 


9 00 




Bryant, Helen . 














57 75 




Bryant, Albert L. 












2 25 




2 25 


Buchan, Thomas 














3 38 




Buck, Laura A. 














41 25 


41 25 


Billiard, Isaac. 














51 00 


51 00 


Bullard, William, heirs 














40 50 


13 50 


Bullard, Mary . 












2 25 






Bullard, WilliamA. heirs 














333 75 


111 25 


Bullard, Susan A. 














60 75 


60 75 


Bunton, Henry S. 














60 00 




Bunton, Henry S., Trustee for Robert Bleakie, John ) 








S. Bleakie, Chas. F. Allen and Beni. F. Radford, j 




1S9 00 




Bunton, Henry S., Tr. for Robert and John S. Bleakie 




1,718 25 




Bunton, Henry S., Trustee for Robert Bieakie . 




1,195 12 




Burby, Charles E. 






3 00 






Burger, Anton . 












53 


30 75 




Burgess, Ada 














62 25 




Burgess, Isaac C. 












1 87 






Burke, John J. 














28 87 


28 87 


Burke, John 














34 50 




Burke, Mary E. 














10 50 


10 50 


Burke, Thomas, 1st 












53 


11 25 




Burke, Thomas, 2d 














20 25 




Burnett, Marshall, heirs 














45 00 




Burns, Timothy 














67 50 


67 50 


Burns, Timothy & Dennis 














42 00 


42 00 


Burns, James M. 














16 50 




Burns, Michael . 












1 12 


16 50 




Burns, Jules M., & Co. 












75 00 






Burns, Jules M. 












7 50 







97 



Resident Tax-Payers. — (Continued.) 



NAMES, 



Buss, Mary C. . 
Butler, Geo. M., Heirs 
Butler, Harriet P. W. 
Butler, Mary A. 
Butler, Walter . 
Butler, Patrick . 



Caffln, Francis H. 
Caffin, Ruth P. . 
Cahill, James 
Caldwell, Alexander 
Caller, Ella A. . 
Calier, Frederick E. 
Caller, Joseph . 
Cameron, Jane L. 
Campbell, Carrie 
Campbell, Agnes 
Campbell, John 
Cane, Edmund . 
Cinnon, Ann 
Carberry, William 
Carlisle, Julius A. 
Carlton, Clara M. 
Carlton, George E. 
Carr, Eliza W. . 
Carrington, H. B. 
Carroll, Hannah M. 
Carter, Austin F. 
Carter, John B., Tr. 
Carter, Elizabeth B., 
Carter, E. B., and P. 
Carver, James A. 
Case, Wilbert J. 
Cass, Francis W. 
Cass, John M. . 
Cashman, Ellen F. 
Catlin, Arnold W. 
Cesale, Anthony 
Chadbourne, John B. 
Chaffe, Mary M. 
Chamberlain, Thomas 
Chamberlain, Henry J 
Chandler, Emeline N. 
Chandler, Edwin J. 
Chandler, Abram F. 
Chandler, Julia S. 
Chapman, Annie S. 
Chapman, Mary 
Chase, Annie L. 
Cheever, Hattie N. 
Cherrington, Robert E 
Chick, Charles G. 
Chick, Charles G., Tr. 
Childs, Alexander G. 
Chipmau, Hannah H. 
Chittick, J. J. . 
Church, Emma J. 
Cilley, Jonathan L. 
Clark, Mary 
Clark, Arthur F. 
Clark, Leonard C. 
Clark, Sarah A. 
Clark Henry C. . 



heirs, 
i. and 



J. A. Rooney 



for Ruth S. Blake 



Per- 
sonal. 



1 50 



1 ss 



2 03 



2 6-2 



3 37 



7 50 


13 87 


4 50 

7 50 


30 00 


3 00 


3 75 



Real 


Estate- 


6 75 


3 00 


70 50 


45 00 


7 50 


105 75 


54 00 


39 37 


19 50 


51 00 


61 50 


54 00 


27 00 


26 25 


76 50 


20 25 


42 75 


543 00 


6 75 


34 50 


43 50 



12 75 
34 87 
42 00 
55 50 

18 00 

104 25 

37 13 

3 75 

32 25 

19 50 
2 25 

21 75 
61 50 
47 25 
37 13 
54 00 
24 00 
19 50 
9 38 
136 50 
37 50 

49 50 
28 87 
39 00 
60 00 
79 38 

50 25 
30 00 

66 00 
26 25 
30 75 
48 00 
7 50 
112 50 



Unpaid. 



6 75 



45 00 
7 50 
1 50 



39 37 



27 00 



6 75 

34 5o 

2 25 



12 75 



18 00 
2 25 



32 25 
19 50 



21 75 



37 87 

9 38 
136 50 

49 50 
28 87 
43 50 



30 00 
66 00 



98 



Resident Tax-Payeks. — {Continued. ) 



Clark, Eugene h. 

Clark, Marcus, heirs 

Clarke, Frank B. 

Cleary, Mary 

Cleveland, Alden T. 

Clough, Octavia N. 

Clough, Benjamin, Jr. 

Coan, Caroline A. 

Cobb, Mary Jane 

Cochran, Adelaide L. 

Coes, Charles S. 

Coffin, Sarah A. 

Cogan, Thomas 

Colby, Frank M. 

Colby, Charles H. 

Colby, Martha H. 

Coleman, Elizabeth S. 

Coles, Richard B. 

Collins, William H. 

Collins, James . 

Collins, Patrick D. 

Coliins, Charles A. 

Comee, Wilsrn S. 

Connick, Ann 

Concannon, Patrick 

Concannon, Patrick F. 

Condon, James . 

Conley, Michael, heirs 

Conley, Mrs. James 

Conley, Stephen 

Conn, Freeman W. 

Conn, Etta E. . 

Connolly, Mary 

Connelly, Michael 

Connors, Patrick 

Conrov, Patrick 

Cook, Frank J. . 

Cook, Edith J. . 

Cook, Jacob, 

Cook, Emily A. 

Cooley, Lydia H. 

Corbett, Ellen E. 

Corbett, Jeremiah 

Corbett, John 

Corbett, Margaret 

Corcoran, Mary and John, Edward and Bridget Dolan. 

Corcoran, Mary and Edward 

Corcoran, John 

Corrigan, Bridget 

Corrigan, Lillian M. . 

Corrigan, Thomas 

Corrigan, Rose . 

Corson, Clara 

Corson, Reuben 

Corthell, James R. 

Cossman, Wenthworth A. 

Cotter, John 

Cotter, James E. 

Cotter, Timothy and Henrv G 

Co ughlin, Bridget T. . 

Coullahan, Charlotte A. 

Coullahan, Margaret . 

Coveney, Augusta E. . 

Coveney, Mary . 



Per- 
sonal. 


5 25 


2 25 

1 87 


2 G3 


4 50 


. 20 25 
15 00 


1 05 


5 25 


6 00 
10 27 


1 58 


2 40 


4 50 


6 00 


15 68 


105 75 


2 25 

9 00 

52 27 



Real 

Estate. 



57 00 
53 62 

28 50 

30 00 
37 50 

2 25 

44 63 

48 75 

49 50 
49 50 

47 25 

3 75 

75 00 

113 62 

9 75 

16 50 
118 50 

45 00 
32 25 

4 50 

18 75 

75 00 
32 25 
20 25 

19 50 

60 00 

24 75 
56 25 
11 25 

17 25 
37 50 
15 75 

61 50 
39 75 
39 75 
39 75 

29 25 

30 00 

25 50 
23 25 

31 12 
107 25 

17 63 
196 87 

19 13 
87 00 
60 00 
37 50 

55 50 
165 00 

31 50 
8 25 

10 50 

18 75 
37 13 
91 50 



Unpaid. 



5 25 
30 37 



52 13 
49 50 
4 50 



114 67 
9 75 

5 25 
16 50 

118 50 
45 00 
32 25 

18 75 

6 00 

85 27 



2 40 
60 00 



39 75 
4 50 



113 25 
17 63 



S7 00 
165 75 



8 25 
10 50 



91 50 



99 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


1 Unpaid. 


Coveney, James S. 


2 40 


448 87 


451 27 


Cowan, William and Matilda 












43 50 




Cox, Hugh 












25 20 




Crabtree, Nancy E. 














46 13 


46 13 


Cremin, Jeremiah 














36 00 


36 00 


Crocker, Henry E. 














72 00 


72 00 


Cromwell, Peter J. 












3 00 


31 50 


34 50 


Crosby, John 












9 00 




9 00 


Cross, Edward W. 












2 25 


53 25 




Crowley, John Jr. 












22 50 




22 50 


Crowley, John A. 












12 00 




12 00 


Crumett, Charles H. . 












6 52 


216 37 


222 89 


Crumett, Lucy T. 














1 50 




Grummet, Newton B., Jr. 














48 00 


48 00 


Cullen, John H. 














23 63 




Cullen, James A. 












. 


23 63 




Cummings, Bridget 














6 75 




Cundall, Phoebe A. 














31 50 


31 50 


Cunningham, Joseph . 














35 25 




Cunningham, Mary 














3 00 




Curley, Sabina . 














21 75 




Curley, Hannah 














1 50 




Curley, Patrick . 












1 87 




1 87 


Curtis, Jason L. 














46 50 


46 50 


Curtis, Joseph N. 












5 25 


64 50 




Dadley, James . 




82 50 




Damon, Roscoe . 














42 00 




Darling, Mary M. 














52 50 




Darling, Willis A . 












7 50 


172 50 




Darling, Frank W., & Co. 












26 25 


12 00 


38 25 


Davenport, Charles E. 












24 00 


43 50 




Davenport, Albert 












12 30 


27 00 




Davenport, A. & C. E. 














2 25 




Davis, Harriet S. 














162 75 




Davis, Alonzo . 












4 50 


193 13 




Davis, Charles S. 












45 00 


57 00 




Davis, Edmund 












123 37 


2 25 




Davis, Edmund, Trustee 












7 12 






Davis, David L. 












95 10 


157 50 




Davis, Arris H. . 














30 00 




Dean, Alexis C. 












45 00 






Dean, Helen M. S. 














2 63 




Dean, Henry M. 














66 37 




Delano, Alonzo F. 












2 25 


91 12 


93 37 


Deviin, Ellen 














42 00 


42 00 


Devlin, Charles A. 












1 50 




1 50 


Dickenson, Mary A. . 














46 50 




Diurkes, Joseph 














52 50 




Doane, Clara J. 














157 50 




Doane, James A. 














28 50 




Dockham Chloe D. . 














94 50 




Dodge, Kirk W. 












3 00 






Dodge, Louisa A. 












| 


36 00 




Dolan, Patrick . 












3 15 


15 00 




Dolan, Bridget . 














102 00 




Donahoe, Bridget 












75 


52 50 




Donahoe, Patrick M. . 














. 34 50 


34 50 


Donlan, Hannah 












11 48 


57 00 




Dotey, Geo. E. . 














48 75 




Dowd, Mary A. 






53 25 


53 25 



100 
Resident Tax-Payeks — (Continued.) 





NAMES. 










Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unsaid. 


Dowley, George B. 




51 00 




Dowaey, John . 














2 40 


24 75 




Downey, Michael 
















76 12 


• 76 12 


Downey, Rose . 
















3 00 


3 00 ; 


Downie, Annie H. 
















43 13 




Downing, Elizabeth C 
















51 00 




Downing, Alfred 














94 50 


61 50 




Downing, Belinda 














54 67 


49 50 




Drake, Henrietta G. 
















31 13 


31 IS 


Dray, Bridget . 
















4 38 


6 38 


Dru'mney, John J. 
















8 25 




Duggan, Dennis 
















24 00 


24 00 


Duggan, Ann 
















18 00 




Dunbar, Hannah J. 
















32 25 




Dunbar, Alonzo 














1 87 






Dunham, Thomas H. 














7 50 


70 50" • 


78 00 


Dunn, John P. . 
















8 25 


8 25 


Dunn, William Jr., hei 


rs 














72 00 




Dunn, Lizzie 
















25 50 




Dunning, Henry M. 
Durell, James M. D. 
















58 50 


58 50 














7 50 


80 25 




Dwyer, Patrick J. 














2 25 


68 25 


70 50 


Dyer, Quincy . 














45 00 


72 00 


117 00 


Dyer, Laura E. 
















57 00 


57 00 


Dyer, M. J. A 0. E. 
















64 50 




Dyer, Agnes P. 
















66 00 




Dygert, V. D. . 










52 50 




52 50 


Easton, Charles A. 


3 75 






Edenborg, John 
















32 25 




Edge, Authony . 
















40 88 




Edson, George A. 
















16 20 


16 20 


Edwards, Jane B. 
















40 50 




Edwards, Joseph 














7 50 






Eldredge, George L. 














3 75 






Elliott, Margaret B. 
















57 00 




Elliott, John F. . 














7 50 






Elliott, Samuel T. 














1 13 


38 25 




Elliott, Mary C. 
















1 50 




Elliott, Albert E. 
















21 75 




Ellis, Joseph D. 
















72 00 




Ellis, Hattie E. . 
















42 00 


42 00 


Elwell, George P. 
















30 00 




Elwell, Russell T. 
















54 37 




Emerson, Luther O. 
















129 00 




Emerson, Charles W. 














7 50 


82 50 




Emery, John P. 
















73 50 




Emery, Betsey 
















46 50 




Enneking, John J. 
Ensign, Elbert V. 














7 50 


102 00 


















50 08 




Estes, Gardner F. 
















296 62 


98 60 


Eustis, Maria A. 
















117 00 


117 00 


Evans, Emily F. 
















61 50 




Everett, Willard S. 














4 50 


88 50 




Ewell, George L. 
















36 75 


36 75 


Fairbairn, Draxanna ...... 




33 00 




Fairbairn, William U. ..... 




62 25 




Fairbanks, Caroline W. ..... 




52 50 




Fairmount Manufacturing Co. . 


27 00 




27 00 



101 
Resident Tax-Paters 



{Continued.) 



NAMES, 


Per- 
sonal 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Fall, James B. . 


1 50 




1 50 


Fallon, Bridget 












53 


8 25 


8 78 


Fallon, Peter 














57 37 




Fallon, Peter and Mlehael 












18 15 






Farnsworth, Charles L. 












49 50 


252 75 




Farwell, Eva S. 














78 75 


78 75 


Faunce, Josephine 














45 75 




Feehan, Hannah 












1 05 


49 50 


50 55 


Felch, Sarah A. . 














6 00 




Fellows, George M. 












3 52 


70 50 




Fellows, Martha T. 














72 00 




Fennell, William 














24 38 




Fennessey, Cassie and Rose 


M. 












6 75 




Fennessey, Mary D. E. 














33 00 


33 00 


Fennessey, Luke 












1 50 




1 50 


Fennessey, William A. 














3 00 




Fennessey, James E. . 












1 87 




1 87 


Fennessey, John L. 














34 50 


34 50 


Fenno, Mary L. JJ 














70 50 




Fenno, William 












4 50 


132 00 




Fernald, Elmer R. 














33 75 




Field, Thomas G. 


t 












15 38 




Fifleld, Frank I. 














4 50 




Fiffe, Margaret . 














19 50 


19 50 


Fiffe, James 












1 50 


3 00 


4 50 


Finn, Thomas . 














21 37 




Firth, Abraham, Jr. . 














27 00 




Fish, Charles D. 














45 00 


45 00 


Fisher, Andrew 












33 90 






Fisher, Frank A. 












3 00 




3 00 


Fisher, Lydia M. 














44 25 




Fisher, Sophia . 














48 00 




Fisher, George 














46 12 




Fiske, Andrew J. 












53 


52 50 




Fiske, H. C. and P. A. 














157 50 




Fiske, Mary 














84 00 




Fiske, Charles F. 












2 62 






Fitton, Lucy B. . 














42 00 


42 00 


Fitton, John 














34 50 




Fitzgerald, Peter J. , 












3 75 






Flaherty, Martin 














3 00 


3 00 


Flaherty, Roger 












53 


12 75 


13 28 


Foley, Honora . 














30 75 




Foley, Michael J. 














37 50 




Forbush, Clara F. 














29 25 




Foss, Cyrus D. . 














32 25 


32 25 


Foster, Alice G. 














73 50 


73 50 


Foster, Samuel A. 












3 00 


4 13 


7 13 


Foster, Sarah E. 














123 00 




Foster, Alfred . 












1 87 


331 13 




Fowle, Frances A. 














37 87 




Fox, Catharine . 














14 25 


14 25 


Forbes, Mary M. 














20 25 


20 25 


Fradenburg, Morris . 














24 38 




Frame, Annie M. 














102 00 




Frampton, Amelia E. . 














7 50 


7 50 


Frampton, Robert L. . 












40 50 


114 75 


153 25 


Franklin, John W. 












3 00 




3 00 


Fratus, Catano . 














10 13 




Freeman, Sarah A. 














25 13 




Freeman, Charles T. . 














. 72 00 




French, Leroy J., & Co. 












57 00 






Fivnch, Leroy J. 














67 50 




French, Amanda M. . 














66 00 





102 
Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.') 



NAMES- 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


French, Lemuel B. 




34 12 


34 12 


French, Alice G. 














48 75 


48 75 


Frost, George W. 














45 00 


45 00 


Frost, Edward N. 












2 62 




2 62 


Frost, Fannie M. 














56 25 


56 25 


Frye, Jane 














40 50 




Furdon, Margaret 














67 50 


67 50 


Fury, Ellen M. . 

^ 








34 50 




Gallagher, John, heirs 




31 50 


31 50 


Galligan, Matthew 












17 25 






Galligan, Andrew 














30 00 




Gallupe, Mabel E. 












4 50 


60 00 




Gannon, Mary . 














25 5a 




Gardello, A. 












4 50 






Gateley, Ellen . 














51 75 




Gay, Daisey E. . 














46 50 




George, Hawley M. 












18 00 






George, Frank L. 












53 






George, Edie M. 














20 25 




Gibbons, John . 














42 00 


42 00 


Gibbons, Mary J. 














22 12 




Giles, Alfred E. 












30 00 


96 00 




Giles, Susannah R. H. 












34 12 






Gillis, John J. . 












3 00 




3 00 


Gilligan, Mary . 














27 00 




Gilmartin, Patrick , 












2 18 


10 50 


12 68 


Gilson, John, 














53 62 




Gleason, F. W. & Co. . 












33 00 




33 00 


Gleason, Herbert L. . 














39 00 


39 00 


Gleason, Mary J. 














27 00 


27 00 


Goodspeed, Charles F. 














54 00 


54 00 


Goodspeed, M. M., Guardiai 












21 80 


26 25 


48 05 


Gordon, Robert J. 












7 50 




7 50 


Gorman, Cyrus . 












1 87 






Gorman, Harriet B. 














37 50 




Gormley, William 












1 65 


12 75 


14 40 


Goss, Ella E. . 














78 00 


78 00 


Goss, Carrie C. . 














46 50 


46 50 


Goss, Daniel J. 












14 25 




14 25 


Goss, Josiah 














34 50 




Gould, H. H., heirs 














49 87 




Gould, Mary L., heirs 














12 00 




Gouid, William H. 














22 50 




Gould, Ida M, . 














29 25 


29 25 


Graham, Franklin C. , 












31 50 






Graham, Charles F. 














26 25 




Grant, George W. 














48 75 




Grant, Peter 












53 


31 50 




Grant, James D. 














31 50 


31 50 


Gray, Orin T. . 












7 50 




7 50 


Gray Brothers . 












1 50 






Greeley, John H. 














75 75 


45 75 


Greeley, John D., heirs 














45 00 




Greenwood, Frank 












3 15 


7 50 


10 65 


Greenwood, Lucey S. . 














52 50 




Greenwood, Phoebe H., heirs 














346 50 




Gregg, Clark C, heirs 














36 00 




Grew, Henry S. 












753 00 






Grew, Henry, heirs 












37 35 


2,047 72 




Gridley, Nannie 














94 50 





103 
Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 





Per- 


Real 




NAMES. 


sonal. 


Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Gridley, George F. 


[49 50 






Griffin, Fannie M. 














45 75 


45 75 


Griffin, Sarah 














32 25 


32 25 


Griffin, John W. 














50 25 




Griffiths, Mary J. 














45 38 




Gunn, Dennis 












3 30 


21 00 


24 30 


Gunn, Elizabeth 














37 50 




Gwilliam Edward J. . 














. 73 50 




lb. 

Habberley, Martha A. 




51 00 


51 00 


Haigh, George and Bertha S 














32 25 




Hahn Lizzie 














6 00 




Haklen, John . ■. 














96 00 




Ha'den, Lydia C. 














54 75 




Hale, Ehnira F. 














96 00 




Haley, Elizabeth 














54 00 


54 00 


Haley, Charles . 












3 37 


608 25 


613 62 


Hall, Augusta . 














182 25 


182 25 


Hall, Caleb 












1 87 


9 00 


10 87 


Hall, Sarah C. . 














42 00 


42 00 


Hall, Fred A . . 














16 50 




Hall, Geoi-ge 














45 00 




Hall, Maria E. . 














71 25 




Hall, William R. 














52 50 


52 50 


Hamblin, Carrie L. 














38 25 




Hamblin, Benjamin L. 














300 00 


300 00 


Hamblin, Elizabeth H. 














633 00 




Hammond, Joseph W. 














51 75 


51 75 


Hammett, Mary L. 














47 62 




Hammond and Albee . 












9 75 




9 75 


Hanchett, George W. . 














55 50 




Hankerd, Edmund 














29 25 




Harding, George M. . 












7 50 


75 00 




Hardy, Bartlett H. 












1 88 


10S 00 


111 00 


Hardy, George H. 














42 00 




Hardy, Eugene . 














30 00 


30 00 


Harlow, Mary E. 














225 00 




Harlow, Susan M. 














118 50 




Harrington, Ann 














6 38 


6 38 


Hart, Bridget M. 














15 00 


15 00 


Hart, Ella C. 














53 25 




Hartwell, F. William . 














48 75 




Harwood, Henry V. 














51 00 




Haskell, Maria, heirs . 














45 00 




Haskell, Henry A. 












1 50 




1 50 


Haskell, Gideon H. 












63 00 


243 75 




Haskell, Elmer W., heirs 














2 63 


2 63 


Ha slam, Frank H. P. . 














13 50 


13 50 


Haslam, Blanche M. . 














28 50 




Hassam, Rose P. heirs 














72 00 


72 00 


Hatch, Freeman, heirs 














42 00 




Hathaway, Edward S. 














48 00 


48 00 


Haven, George E. 














50 62 




Hawes, Emily R. 














40 50 


40 50 


Hayes, James . 














15 75 




Hayward, Edward S. . 












6 00 


117 00 




Hay ward, Arthur F. . 












10 50 




10 50 


Hayward, Maggie M. . 














49 50 


49 50 


Hazard, Edgar V. 














49 50 


49 50 


Henderson, Walter 












6 00 


' 




Henderson, E., Miss . 












6 00 






Henderson, Mary 












9 00 





104 
Resident Tax-Payers 



(Continued.) 



Henderson, William 
Henderson, Frank 
Hennessey, Michael 
Heustis, Charles P. 
Heustis, Alice M. 
Heydecker, Louis, heirs 
Hickey, Edward J. 
Hickey, Margaret. A. 
Higbee, Celia S. 
Higgins, Autoinnetta 
Higgins, David . 
Higgins, Henry M. 
Higgins, H. D. . 
Higgins, Cornelius 
Higgins, Margaret 
Higgins, Josiah P. 
Higgins, Florinda B. 
Highland, Alice 
Hill, Sarah J. 
Hill, Hamilton A. 
Hill, Fred R. 
Hill, James M. . 
Hill, Warren S. . 
Hiller, Lucy E. . 
Hilton, Orissa P. 
Hilton, Lavinia J. 
Hines, Orin M. . 
Hitchcock, Henry R. 
Hobby, Mary A. 
Hodgdon, Frank L., & Co. 
Hodgdon, Mary-E. 
Hodges, Joseph F. 
Hodges, Ella A. 
Hodgkins, Annie M. 
Hodgkins, Luther D 
Hodgkinson, John, & Son 
Hodgkinson, John 
Hodgson, Edgar W. 
Hodgson, Frederick B 
Hodsdon, David M. 
Hoeffling, Anton 
Hoeming, Joseph 
Holmes, Mandana D. 
Holmes, Mary . 
Holmes, Hugh and A 
Holmes, Thomas C. 
Holmes, Margaret 
Holt, Charles F. 
Holtham, Henry S. 
Holtham & Wetherbee 
Holtham, Henry F. 
Holway, Emma A. 
Holway, Alexander H 
Holzer, Ulrich . 
Homans Emma R. 
Homans, Frank B. 
Hood, Georgianna 
Hood, John 
Hood & Reynohl s 
Hoogs, Hannah M. 
Hoogs, Thomas W. 
Hope, James D. 
HopMrk Jane . 
Home, Henry O. 



Per- Real 

sonal. Estate. 



1 88 

2 40 



15 00 



18 00 
15 00 


19 50 


1 50 


2 25 


9 75 


53 


13 50 
2 02 


2 63 


21 23 
13 50 


1 50 


9 75 
49 50 


1 88 



21 37 
21 75 
88 50 
34 50 

33 75 
39 75 

178 50 

39 00 
91 00 

40 50 
164 25 

24 75 
24 75 

102 75 
72 00 
90 00 

45 00 

69 00 

34 12 

72 00 
54 00 
33 00 

58 50 

54 00 
144 75 
43 50 
33 37 
33 75 

18 75 
63 00 
56 25 

16 50 

17 25 
17 62 
43 50 
20 62 
15 90 

2 25 
23 25 
76 50 



74 25 
241 50 

738 75 

67 50 

66 37 

10 87 

8 25 

100 50 

93 75 
40 50 
46 50 
16 50 



Unpaid. 



54 75 
178 50 
39 00 



100 00 
18 00 



1 50 
34 12 



2 25 

58 50 

9 75 

54 00 



33 37 
33 75 



63 00 
56 25 

16 50 

17 62 



21 23 

74 25 
241 50 
740 25 



105 
Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



Home, Olive 
Home, Earnest, heirs 
Horr, Sarah E. 
House, Nettie, F. B. . 
Houston,, Mary J. 
Hovey, Solomon 
Howard, Henry F. 
Howard, Clara . 
Howard, Lcea P. 
Howe, Lucy M. 
Howe, Leonard H. 
Howe, Kittie M. 
Howes Charles . 
Howes, Eliza 
Hudson, John . 
Hudson, Maria . 
Huggins, Charles E. . 
Hughes, Catherine 
Hughes, William .T. 
Hukin, Prank, heirs . 
Hukin, Emily . 
Hulttaurg, Anna S. 
Humphrey, Jennie B. 
Humphrey, Henry B. . 
Hurley, Dennis and Mary A 
Hurter, Jennie F. 
Hurter, John C. 
Hurter, George C. 
Husted, Richard W. . 
Hutchinson, Cora P., Harry 
Hutchinson, Elizabeth H- 
Hutchinson, Eliza G. . 
Hutchidson, Fred J. . 
Hyde, Park Club, 
Hyde Park Cong'l Sociev, 
Hyde Park Water Co. 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co 



Ingersoll, William H., heirs 



Jacobs, Charles 
James, George, heirs . 
Jank, Carl Robert 
Jaquith, Andrew 
Jelferds, Lewis S. B. . 
Jeffers, George 
Jenkins, Eliza B. 
Jenkins, Howaid 
Jenkins, Arthur H. 
Jenney, Charles P, 
Jenney, E. C. and D. Higgins 
Jenney, Edwin C. 
Jennings, Charles E. T. and 
Jennings, Edward L. . 
Jennison Charies S. . 
Jigger, John W. 
Johnson, Richard M. . 
Johnson, Edward A. . 
Johnson, John . 
Jones, Antoinette C. . 



O., Edward 



E., Herbert 



Per- Real 
sonal. Estate. 



, Assignees 
Etta A . 



$10 50 



5 25 
7 50 
7 50 



6 75 

15 00 

15 00 



3 75 

15 00 



240 00 
869 11 



3 75 



1 87 
28 50 



22 50 
16 50 
63 00 
60 00 
9 00 
79 50 
45 00 

30 00 
60 00 
16 87 
51 00 

31 50 
66 00 
47 25 

34 50 

32 25 

55 50 



40 50 
28 50 
69 00 

10 50 
138 00 

50 25 

34 50 
36 00 
100 50 



78 00 
568 13 
119 25 



42 00 
22 50 
44 25 
48 75 
41 25 
54 00 
6 00 
50 25 
46 50 
27 00 
48 75 
36 75 
48 75 
39 00 
61 50 
172 50 
26 25 
87 00 
[?,■ 9 00 



Unpaid. 



22 50 
16 50 



30 00 



51 00 

42 00 



2 25 
34 50 



7 50 
28 50 
10 50 

15 00 



100 50 
3 75 



3 75 

42 00 



27 00 



63 37 
115 50 



106 
Resident Tax-Payers 



(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Jones, Mary A. . 


63 00 




Jones, Royal M. 














41 25 


41 25 


Jordan, Ellen . 














18 00 


18 00 


Jordan, Patrick J. 














24 00 


24 00 


Jordan, John C. 














58 50 




Joubert, Didier Z. 














34 05 




Joubert, F. A., Mrs. . 














94 50 


94 50 


Joyce, Jane 














40 50 




Judd, Mary E. . 














60 00 




Julien, William H. 














19 50 




K 








Kappler, Meinrad 


53 


31 50 




Kappler, Nicholas P. . 














4.50 




Katzman, Elizabeth 














19 50 




Kazar, John H. . 












4 87 


45 00 




Kazar, Jessie T. . 














60 75 




Kearney, John, heirs, . 














30 0*0 




Keane, Margaret A. . 














21 75 




Keene, Charles W. 














6 00 




Keith, James 












30 00 






Keith, Louisa 














118 50 




Kelley, Mary A. 














19 50 




Kelley, Annie E. 














66 00 


66 00 


Kelman, Mayer, 












4 50 




4 50 


Kelty, Julia A. 














45 25 


45 25 


Kendall, Daniel F. 












7 50 




7 50 


Kendall, Edward A. . 












■29 25 


235 50 




Kennedy, John 














24 00 


24 00 


Kennedy Mary . 














10 50 




Kennedy, Hannah W. 














97 50 




Kennison, Nehemiah S. 














48 75 




Kent, Arabella B. 














68 25 




Ketcham, William W., heirs, 


and F 


rancis 


A. 








36 75 




Kiggen, John, heirs. . 














18 75 




Kiggen, Michael 














315 75 




Kiggen, Joseph M. 
KiLeher, Mary . 












4 50 




4 50 














21 75 


21 75 


Kilner, Josephine F. . 














39 00 


39 00 


Kimball, Ellen . 














29 25 




King, Armeda E. 












3 75 


90 75 




Kingston, Thomas 












1 88 


6 00 


7 88 


Kirin, B. B. . 














31 50 


31 50 


Knight, Angie L.. 














64 50 




Kollock, Arthur 0. 












7 50 






Kruge, Elizabeth 














15 00 




Kuhn Clara E. . 














44 25 




Kunkel, Frank. 












1 87 


22 87 




Kunkel, Victoria E. 














18 00 




Lagner, Elinor , 




22 50 




Lake, Martha S. 












99 00 




Lally, Michael . 












9 00 




Lambert, Charles and Margaret 












21 75 




Lanahan, Robert 












18 75 




Landt, Henry .... 












46 50 




Lane, Harriet L. 












55 50 


55 50 


Lane, George E. 










5 55 




5 55 


Lane, Ann 












18 75 




Lane, Brothers, 










9 00 






Lane, Emma L. 












51 00 





107 
Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Langley, Frank E. . . 


19 50 






Larrsonj Peter . 










45 75 


45 75 


Laughlin, Garrett 












24 37 




Lawrence, Catherine . 












36 75 




Lawson, James D. 










3 00 


60 00 




Lawson, Eliza J. 












3 00 


a 00 


Lawson, Theop'l, heirs 












13 50 




Lee, Bridget 












48 75 




Leeds, Catherine F. . 












57 37 




Leonard, Thomas F., heirs 












279 37 




Leonard, D. Ambrose 










9 90 


89 25 




Leonard, James W. 












15 75 




Leseur, Horatis, heirs 












158 25 




Leseur, Benj. F. 












70 50 




Leslie, Ida M. . 












27 00 




Leslie, Sylvester Z. 










33 00 




33 00 


Lee, Michael 










1 50 




1 50 


Leulgren, Oscar J. 












15 00 




Lewis, Mary C. 












43 50 




Lewis, Charles . 










9 00 






Lewis, David M. 










15 00 






Lewis, Ellen D. 












49 13 




Lewis, Madeline S. 












55 50 


55 50 


Libby, Samuel W. 












15 00 




Lincoln, John C. 












191 25 




Lincoln, John C. and W. U. <! 


fcC.N 


Fairbairn 








25 50 




Lincoln, Alice M. 












22 50 




Lindgren, Swan J. 










5 77 


31 50 


37 27 


Lindsey, Mary B. 












26 25 




Lingham, Charles T. . 
Littlefleld, Alonzo 












26 25 












1 50 






Littlefleld, Lucretia 












45 00 


45 00 


Loftus, Julia A. 












36 00 




Lord, Linda C. . 












55 50 




Loughlin, A. L. Mrs. . 












87 00 


87 00 


Lovell, Sarah A. 












43 50 




Lovell, Sarah F. 












32 25 


32 25 


Lovell. Caleb T. 










25 50 




25 50 


Lovering, Flora 












58 50 




Lovejoy, John S. 










6 00 






Lucey, "Julia E. . 












12 00 


12 00 


Lucey, E. & M. . 










9 00 




9 00 


Lufkin, Hettie R. 












24 00 


24 00 


Lufkin, Joseph V. 










3 00 


44 25 




Lynch, Margaret 












59 25 




Lynch, Bridget A. 










53 


16 87 




Lyons, Emerson W. . 










18 00 


97 50 


115 50 


Lyons, luary E. 












40 50 




Lyons, Louis E. & James E. 










3 00 




Macdonald, G. F. 


1 88 


38 25 


42 13 


MacGregor, Archibald 












82 50 




MacKenzie, James P. 












16 50 




Mackintosh, James 










15 00 


41 25 




Macomber, Amos, heirs 












12 75 


12 75 


Macomber, Sarah A. . 












27 37 




Mahoney, Dennis 










22 95 


110 63 


133 58 


Mahoney, Florence, heirs 












23 25 




Mandell, Albert A. 












27 75 


27 75 


Maney, Johanna 












46 50 




Manuel, George I. 










4 87 




4 87 


Manley, Mary E. 












30 00 


30 00 



108 
Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 





Per- 


Real 




NAMES. 


sonal. 


Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Marke, Herman, 


3 00 






Marks, Lena 












60 00 




Marr, Adelaide M. 












237 <I0 


237 00 


Marr, David V. . 










15 00 




15 00 


Marr, Addie, A. 












6 00 




Marron, Mary . 












9 75 


9 75 


Marsden, Ellen . 












58 50 




Marshall, Emma G. 












40 87 


40 87 


Marshall, Mary . 












33 00 




Martin, Robert B. Jr. . 










2 63 


18 75 




Mason, Abby S. 












34 50 




Mason, Mary E. 












24 75 


24 75 


Mather, Sarah A . 












57 00 




Mathus, Franz . 












39 00 




Mathewson, Jerome . 












36 00. 


36 00 


Maxim, Jane 












113 25 




Maynard, William M. 










7 12 






McAskell, Kenneth 












33 00 




McAuliff, Edward and Bridget 












21 00 




McAvoy, Mary E. 












45 75 




McAvoy, James D. 










43 20 


63 75 




McCarty, Mary . 










1 50 


23 25 


24 75 


Mccarty, Michael 












25 50 


25 50 


McClellan, Peter 












16 50 




McClure, Mary . 










3 00 




3 00 


McDermott, Margaret 












13 87 




McDermott, Joseph F. 










7 57 


78 00 


85 57 


McDonald, David A. . 












36 00 




McDonald, William J. 












33 00 


33 00 


McDonald, Margaret . 












18 00 




McDonough, John, heirs 












57 00 




McDonough, Peter 










1 50 


23-25 




McDonough, Mary C. . 












36 75 




McDonough, Thomas J. 










2 63 






McDonough, Patrick J. 












2 25 




McDougald, John C. and George V 












45 30 




McDuffie, Lucy L. 












33 75 




McFarland James B., heirs . 












24 00 




McGillicuddy, John, heirs . 












18 75 


18 75 


McGinley Hugh 












22 50 




McGowan, Andrew 












15 00 


15 00 


McGowan, Thomas 












30 75 




McGowan, Margaret . 












6 75 


6 75 


McGrath, James 










2 25 




2 25 


McGraw, Walter E. . 












45 00 


45 00 


Mclnnes, William 












30 00 




Mclntyre, Harriet F. . 












48 00 




Mclntyre, Hannah P. . 












30 00 




Mclntyre, Hattie H. . 












47 25 


47 25 


McKendry, Benjamin . 












38 25 




McKenna, Edward 










4 87 


39 75 


44 62 


McKenna, John . H. 










3 75 


86 25 




McKenna, James 












5 25 


5 25 


McKenna, James 2d, Vose Avenue 












18 00 




McKenna, Patrick, heirs 












23 25 




McKenna, Catharine . 












24 00 




McKenna, Frank 












4 50 




McKenzie, Stewart 












37 50 


37 50 


McLean, Alexander, . 












28 50 


28 50 


McLellan, Elizabeth . 












29 25 




McLeod, Mary J. 












58 50 


38 50 


McMahon, James E. . 










2 03 


29 62 


31 65 


McMahon, Ellen 












36 00 




McMahon, Maggie 












9 75 


9 75 



109 
Resident Tax-Payers. 



(Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpa d. 


McMillan, Barbara 




39 00 




McNamara, John 












1 87 






McNamara, Ellen and E. A. 


Butlei 












49 50 




Meiggs, Clarence L T . . 














15 00 




Meister, Gustav 














21 00 


21 00 


Melia, Bridget . 














30 00 


30 00 


Mercer, Emily J. 














39 00 


39 00 


Merrill, Eugene A. 














45 00 


45 00 


Merrow, Susan A. 














72 00 


72 00 


Mertz, Mattie E. 














56 25 




Methodist Church Soeiety 














51 75 


51 75 


Middleton, Catharine J. 














37 50 


37 50 


Milan, Patrick, heirs . 














7 50 


7 50 


Miles, George . 












6 75 






Miles, George, Trustee 
Miles and Morrison, . 














21 75 














56 25 


3 00 




Millar, Alexander 












7 50 


60 00 




Miller, Annie 














34 50 


34 50 


Miller, George H. 














105 00 


105 00 


Miller, Susan 














34 50 




Miller, Mary E. 














116 25 




Miller, Mary E. . 














3 75 


3 75 


Milne, John 












9 00 




9 00 


Miner, Henry B. 












7 50 


132 00 




Miner & Crumett 














42 00 


42 00 


Miner, Maud M. 














20 25 




Minnis, Thomas M. 












9 00 




9 00 


Mitchell, Sadie L. 














68 25 




Moltedo, Joseph 












4 50 


33 00 


37 50 


Monahan, John H- 














21 00 


21 00 


Monahan, James 














34 50 




Monahan, William J. . 














18 00 




Mooar, James F. 












10 27 


155 25 




Moody, Freylinghuysen 














40 50 


40 50 


Mooney, James D. " . 














37 50 




Morris, Mary 














25 50 




Morris, William, Bros. 












3 00 




3 00 


Morrison, Henry, heirs 














33 00 




Morrison, Gerald M. . 














7 50 




Morrison, Elisha R. 














34 13 




Morrison, Michael 














18 37 




Morse, George W. 












1 50 


23 25 


24 75 


Morse, Annie B. 














57 00 




Morse, Theodore E. . 














42 75 




Moseley, Samuel R. 












33 00 




33 00 


Moylen, Michael F. 














37 50 


37 50 


Moylan, Michael 












53 




53 


Mulcahy, Michael 












3 75 




3 75 


Mulcahy, Isabella 














58 50 


58 50 


Mullen, Ann 














14 25 


14 25 


Mungan, Patrick 














28 50 




Murphy, Hannah 














13 50 


13 50 


Murray, Thomas, heirs 












2 02 


18 00 




Murray, Elizabeth 














30 75 


30 75 


Murray, Rachael 












53 


165 00 




Murray, Thomas 












3 00 




3 00 


Murrow, Eunice 














31 50 




.ex 
Nash, Addie F. . 


4 50 


50 25 


54 75 


Nason, Joseph L. 


3 00 






Naughtmann, John P. . . . 




22 50 




Neal, Marianne B. ..... 




49 50 


49 50 



110 
Resident Tax- Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Nelson. Eric W. 


3 00 




3 00 


Ness, Mary 
















17 25 




Newcomb,' George K. 
















21 00 




Newell, Susan E. 
















37 50 




Newell, Stillman 
















32 62 




Newton, Russell D. 














2 62 


76 50 




Newton, Susan M. 
















67 50 




Nicholson, Jessie 
















9 75 




Nicholson, Charles E. 














18 00 


39 75 


57 75 


Nightingale, W. A. 
Noble, Mark E. . 














3 75 




3 75 














37 50 


45 00 




Noonan, Matthew 
















19 50 




Norling, Charles G. 
















33 00 




Norling, Augusta W. 
















42 75 




Norris, William H. 
















178 50, 




Norris, Frank E. 














37 50 




37 50 


Norris, Edwin S. 
















40 50 


40 50 


Norris, George W. 
















44 63 


44 63 


Norton, Susan M. 














k 


44 25 




Norton, Fannie A. 
















52 50 




Norwood, William E. 
















6 75 




Nourse, George H. 
















12 00 




Noyes, Martha H. 
















51 00 




Noyes, Annie T. 
















6 38 




Noyes, Maria H. 
















84 75 


84 75 


Noyes, Lottie S. . 
















60 75 


60 75 


Nuiin, William J. 
















38 25 




O'Brien, Daniel 


53 




53 


O'Brien, Catharine 
















34 50 




O'Brien, John . 
















196 12 


196 12 


O'Brien, 'James 
















19 12 


19 12 


O'Brien, Catharine E. 
















49 50 


49 50 


O'Connell, Harriet E. 
















40 50 


40 50 


O'Donnell, James 














53 




53 


O'Halloran, Mary E. 
















18 75 




O'Hern, Mary M. 
















43 87 




O'Keefe. Thomas 














4 65 


18 00 


22 65 


Oliver, Ellery B. 














1 50 


42 00 


43 50 


Olson, Martin . 
















31 50 


31 50 


Orcutt, F. S. H. 
















31 50 


31 50 


O'Rourke, Patrick 
















4 50 




Osborne, Arthur 
















153 00 




Osgood, Mary II. 
















11 25 




Ostram, Bernard 
















49 95 




O'Toole, Miehael 










• 




53 


60 00 




jr 

Page, Augustus A., heirs ... 




61 50 




Page, H. A., 










3 00 




3 00 


Page, Mary E. . 










7 50 






Page, Mary E., Adminstratri 


X 










14 25 






Pagington, Thomas 
Paine, "Francis M. 














21 38 
















48 00 


48 00 


Paine, Mary A., heirs 














43 50 


43 50 


Paine, John A. . 












1 50 




1 50 


Paine, Charles F. 














47 25 




Palmer, Catharine L. . 














40 50 


40 50 


Palmer, Charles E. 












3 00 




3 00 


Parkhurst, Fred A. 














93 00 




Parkhurst, L. W. 












1 50 







Ill 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



Pay son, Cordelia A 

Peabody, E. S. & J. M., heirs 

Peabody, E. S. . 

Peabody, Mary S. & Mary J 

Peabody, Mary J. 

Peabody, Mary A. 

Peare, George' II. 

Peare, Cora A. . 

Peck, Harriet A. 

Peck, Mary Ann 

Peck, Charles T. 

Pepper, Mary H. 

Perkins, David . 

Perkins Hannah S. 

Perry, Helen A., Oria J. and 

Pen y, Mary H. . 

Perry, Joseph L. 

Perry, John C. . 

Peterson, Annie C. 

Peterson, Gustavus 

Phelps, Henry B. 

Phillips, Benj*. E. 

Phillips, Mary V. 

Phipps, Daniel W". 

Pickett, Eliza D. 

Pickett, John N. 

Pierce, Catharine 

Pierce, John Eddy 

Pierce, Mary E. & Emma C 

Pierce, Myron E. 

Pierce, Elizabeth U 

Pinkham, Trestram, & Son 

Piper, Sarah M. 

Piper, Abbey F. 

Plummer, Wilmot A. 

Plummer, Annie J. 

Podbury, Marion 

Poland, Samuel W. 

Pollock, Susan T. 

Poole, VV r illiam . 

Poore, Harrison H. 

Porter, Ira C. 

Porter, Francis E. 

Pothecary, Patience 

Pothecary, Harry 

Powers. Wiilbur H. 

Pratt Mabel D. 

Pratt, Harriet E. 

Preston, William D. 

Preston, Sarah V. 

Preston, Fannie H. 

Preston, John A. 

Price, Sophia C. 

Price. Charles . 

Pring, James F. 

Pring, Johanna 

Probert Richard 

Provonchee, Clara 

Putnam, Nathaniel M heirs 

Putnam, Sidney C. 

Putnam Hannah A. 

Putnam, S. C, C. F. Allen an 

Hyde Park Associates 
Putnam, Helen M. 



Minnie A 



d G. Fred Gridlev 



Trustees 



Per- 
sonal. 



3 3 



2 55 



3 00 
1 50 



30 00 



37 50 



7 50 



17 17 
3 75 



114 75 



Real 
Estate. 



59 25 
69 00 
85 87 

220 50 

33 38 

56 25 

82 50 

51 00 

45 00 

20 25 

21 75 
291 75 
102 00 

57 00 
31 50 

58 50 

47 25 
28 50 

57 00 

4 50 
55 50 

121 50 
43 50 

42 75 

75 75 
54 00 
12 75 

58 50 

74 25 

46 50 
7 50 

37 50 

34 50 
18 00 

5 25 

48 00 

46 50 

43 50 
45 37 

75 
67 50 
36 00 
33 75 
45 38 
61 50 

60 75 

27 00 

81 00 
43 50 

63 00 

52 50 

64 50 

133 50 
153 00 

42 00 



Unpaid. 



56 25 
4 50 

82 50 



20 25 

21 75 



31 50 
58 50 
47 25 
28 50 
2 55 

4 50 
55 50 



42 75 



46 50 

7 50 



5 25 



27 00 
17 17 



52 50 



112 
Resident Tax-Payers 



(Continued.) 



Putnam, Charles H. 



Queally, William 
Quiim, James 
Quinlan, John . 



K 



Radell, Louis A. 

Radel), William E. F. and Louis A 

Radford, Benjamin F. 

Raeder, Clara E. 

Rafter, John C. . 

Rafter, Maria 

Rafter. Benjamin 

Rand, Rachael P. 

Rand, George H. 

Rausch, George H. 

Ray, John G. 

Raynes, Elizabeth H. 

Raynes, Martha A. 

Reagan, Mary . 

Reardon, Ellen . 

Reynolds, Stephen II, 

Rhoades, Charles H., heir 

Rhodes, Marion W. 

Rnodes, Wallace M. 

Rice, George M. 

Rice, Sarah W. . 

Rice, Florence R. 

Rich, Henry A. . 

Rich, Brothers, » 

Rich, Martha L. 

Rich, Harriet N. 

Rich, Rufus K. . 

Richardson, Alonzo H 

Richardson, Alonzo H 

Richardson, James S. 

Richardson, John 

Richardson, George L 

Richardson, Nellie N, 

Richardson & Rafter, 

Ridley, Edith H. 

Riley, Joseph, 1st 

Riley, Joseph & Brid 

Risk, Thomas H. 

Risk, Mary J. 

Ritchie, John 

Ritchie, Margaret 

Roakes, R. A. 

Roberts, Elizabeth 

Robinson, Julia F. 

Robinson, John T. & C 

Robinson, John A. 

Robinson, Henry B. 

Rockwell, Lydia A. 

Rogers, Annie L. 

Rogers, William N. 

Rogers, De Witt C. & Sophia 

Rogers, Margaret 

Rogers, Francis P 

Roarers, James R. 



Jr. 



et 



Per- 
sonal. 



1 50 



37 50 

1 05 

2 25 



2 25 


4 27 


2 25 


46 20 


45 00 


6 00 
4 50 

3 75 
8 25 

4 50 


4 50 


1 13 


1 50 


142 50 


3 00 



Real 
Estate. 



18 88 

20 25 

5 25 



5 25 
33 00 
296 62 
88 50 
32 25 
46 150 

'30 00 



48 00 


76 50 


58 13 


40 50 


21 75 


13 50 


59 25 


60 00 


43 50 


49 88 


256 12 


63 75 


28 50 


187 50 


22 50 


24 00 


55 87 


44 25 


45 75 


30 38 


70 50 


6 00 


117 75 


28 50 


12 75 


19 50 


52 12 


75 37 


63 00 


31 50 


65 25 


84 75 


213 00 


45 75 


30 00 


8 25 


68 25 


39 00 


62 25 


47 25 


75 75 


34 50 



113 
Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 





NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid, 


Rogers, Peter .... 




42 00 


42 00 


Rogers, Hugh E. 












33 00 


33 00 


Rogers, Arthur T. & Nellie A. 












5 25 




Rogers, Viola M. 












9 00 


9 00 


Rogerson, Annie G. 












72 00 




Rogerson, Charles E. . 










38 25 






Rollins, Fred E. 












40 50 


40 50 


Roome, Bridget E., Adminstratrix 












3 75 


3 75 


Roome, Bridget E. 












32 25 




Rooney, Patrick 










9 00 


60 00 


69 00 


Rooney, Patrick J. 










2 03 


23 25 


25 28 


Rooney, Patrick M. . 










"2 77 






Rooney, Elizabeth 












2 25 


2 25 


Rooney, John A. and Patrick H. 










8 02 


31 50 




Rooney, Bridget 












10 50 


10 5f; 


Rooney, Edward D. 










2 03 




2 03 


Rooney, Catharine 












256 50 


256 50 


Rooney, John A. 










5 25 


51 00 


56 25 


Rooney, James . 












15 00 




Rooney, Andrew D. 












25 50 


25 50 


Rooney, Lawrence A. 










3 00 




3 00 


Rooney, Francis M. . 












26 25 


26 25 


Rooney, Mary M. 












6 00 




Ross, Jane M. . 












155 25 




Ross, John F. . 










3 75 






Rossney, William C. . 












16 50 


16 50 


Roundy, Samuel R. 












10 88 




Roundy, William E. . 












30 00 




Rowell, Henry A. 












46 50 


46 50 


Rudolph, Agnes C. 












45 00 


45 00 


Runnells, Levi A. 












43 50 


43 50 


Russell, Ann 












54 00 




Ryan, Bridget, Trustee 












3 75 




Ryan, Isaac L. . 










46 95 


72 62 


118 57 


Ryan, James F. and Bridget 












29 25 


29 25 


Ryan, Margaret J. . 






31 50 




Sampson, Arch R. 


45 00 






Samuel T. B., heirs 














48 00 


48 00 


Sanborn, Mary . 














35 25 




Sanford, George 














155 25 




Sanford, Oliver S. 














79 50 




Sanger, Sarah J. 














5 63 


5 63 


Savage, Eben D. 












31 12 


7 50 


3S 62 


Savage Mary E. 














56 25 


56 25 


Savage Mary 














7 12 




Savage, Henrietta L. 














42 75 


42 75 


Sawtelle, Mary A. 














37 00 


27 00 
2 6g 


Sawtelle, George W. 














2 63 


Sawyer, Edwin W. . 










7 50 


48 00 


Sawyer, Daniel, heirs. 












42 00 




Sayer, William H. 












46 50 




Sayward, Walter, F. 














42 00 




Schofleld, Hannah L. 














29 62 




Schultz Gustave A. 














31 50 




Scott, .John 












33 00 


67 50 




Scott, William W. 












8 25 






Scott, Robert 














45 00 




Scott, Robert, Jr. 














36 00 


36 00 


Scott, James D.. 














105 00 




Scott, Jairus A. 














98 00 
9 00 




Scott, Jane . 

















114 

Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Scott, Charles A., heirs , 




45 75 




Scovilie, Calvin E.; . .... 




39 75 


39 75 


Sorivens, George W. . . . ... 




30 00 




Scrivens, Walter C. . 




7 50 




Scully Mary E. . 




35 25 


. 35 25 


Sears, Susan A . . 




45 00 




Shattuck, F. W., heirs 


24 00 




24 00 


Shaw, Mary ....... 




32 62 




Shea, Edward ....... 


1 50 


26 25 


27 75 


Shea, William . . . . ... 




• 30 75 




Shea, Mary J. . . . 




13 95 


.13 95 


Sheedy, Daniel ....... 


5 25 






Sheehan, Mary ....... 




36 75 




Shepard, Sarah B. ..... 




72 00 




Sherman, Dexter . . . ... 


1 13 


28 5*0 


29 63 


Sherman David L. . . . . 


53 




53 


Sherman, Ella E. ...... 




70 50 


70 50 


Sibley, Ella A 




93 00 




Simmons, James ...... 




49 87 




Simson, Elizabeth ...... 




57 00 


57 00 


Shatter, Charles S 




33 75 




Sloan, Catharine F. ..... 




22 50 




Slocimb, Edwin L. ..... . 




36 00 




Smith, Ann . . ... 




18 75 


18 75 


Smith, John W. ....... 


25 87 


108 75 


134 62 


Smith, Collins & Co. 


60 00 






Smith, Maria E. ..... 




43 50 


43 50 


Smith, Jane . . . 




30 38 


30 38 


Smith, Marv S. D. . . . . 




37 50 




Smith, Mary ....... 




46 50 




Smith, Lucy A. and L. C- Orcutt .... 




49 50 


49 50 


Smith. Mary A. 




19 50 




Smith. Beebe ...... 




34 13 




Smith, W. A ., heirs 




37 50 


37 50 


SnellgrdVe, John . 


7 50 






Show, Lavinia .....,, 




45 00 




Snow, George H. ..... . 




30 38 


30 38 


Somes, Henry I. ...... 


2 25 




2 25 


Somes, Sam'l S. ...... 


39 00 


178 50 




Soule, John A . . 


9- 75 






Soule, Sadie L. . 




33 00 




Soule, William T. . . • . 


15- 52 




15 5"' 


Soule, Myra L. . _ 




48 00 


48 0® 


Sparrell. William P. . 


8 00 


103 87 




Spear, Sarah . . . . 




59 25 




Spiller, B. Eeroy . . _ . 




46 25 




Stack, John . . ... 




69 00 




Stack, Thomas ... . 




29 25 




Stanlay, M. A. Miss . . . 


9-00 




9 0(» 


Stanley, Edward E. . 




43 50 




Stanley, Arthur ...... 




15 00 




Stark, Mary J. . 




91 50 




Stark, Ann Maria ..... 




66 75 




.Stark, Henry €. 




45 00 




Starr Manufacturing Cc» ..... 


8 00 






Stevens, Mary N. ...... 




39 00 




Stevens, John N., heirs .. ' .. 




47 25 




Stevens, Charles, heirs .... 




64 50 




Stevens, E. F., Mrs. ...... 


4 50 




i 50' 


Stewart, Ellen A . 




22 50 




Stewart, Malcom ..... 




41 25 




Stiekney, George H. . . . 




25 50 


25 50 


Stockbridge, Wales R. 




54 00 


54 00 


Stockford, Hugh J. 




147 00 


147 00" 



115 
Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



Stocking, Mary M. 

Stoddard, Hatheiiy A . 

Sioddard, Granville 

Stone, William P. 

Stone, Franklin, heirs . 

Storer, Emma A. 

Story, Arthur W. 

Straw, Antoinette M. K. 

Strout, Barbara . 

Strout, Martin V. B. . 

Stuart, William J. 

Stuart, William J. and Elizabeth J 

Sullivan, Fred S. 

Sumner, Henrietta C. . 

Sumner, William F., heirs 

Sumner, Sally R., heirs 

Sunderland, Mehitable 

Swallow, Adeline E. . 

Swanstrom, August 

Sweeney, Patrick, heirs 

Sweeney, Thomas W. . 

Sweeney, Jane . 

Swinton, William 

Swinton, William, Guardian 

Sykes, Louisa M. 

Sykes, Joseph, heirs . 



Tacey, George . 

Tacey, Mary 

Tarrant, Mary A. 

Tasker, E. B. and C. S. Prescott 

Taylor, Prince H., heirs 

Taylor, Daniel T. 

Taylor, Elliot O. 

Taylor, Charlotte A. . 

Taylor, Charlotte A. . 

Terry, Henry and Abbie A. 

Terry, Henry B. 

Terry, John 

Tewksbury, Francis W. 

Thompson, H. A. B., Mrs. 

Tibbetts, Mark . 

Tibbetts, Adeline 

Tibbetts, Earnest C, heirs 

Tibbetts, James T. 

Tilden, Annie E. 

Tilton, Josiah N. 

Tilton, Mary A. 

Timpenny, Richard, heirs 

Tirrell, Frederick, N. 

Tobin, Thomas D. 

Todd, Henry, Jr. 

Tooher, William H. 

Toole, Martin . 

Towan, William P. 

Tower, Clement B. 

Towle, Peter F. 

Towner, Thomas J. 

Townes, Elizabeth H. 

Townsend, Hiram J. 

Townsend & Kelley 

Trefethen, James B. 



Real 
sonal Estate. 



4 50 
30 00 



3 30 



Unpaid. 



18 75 



6 00 
1 50 



1-20 00 
43 50 
32 25 
S5 50 
91 50 
24 00 

149 02 
59 25 
55 50 

1 50 
153 00 
24 00 
63 00 
37 50 
721 50 
4S 00 
48 00 

28 13 
31 87 
61 13 
15 00 
34 50 
31 50 
37 50 

29 25 



31 13 

42 75 
94 87 
34 50 

51 00 

52 50 
18 00 

153 75 
63 00 
76 50 
48 75 
47 25 
21 75 
40 50 
30 00 

52 12 

20 25 

20 25 
25 50 

202 87 

21 75 



6 75 
10 50 
51 00 
24 38 
28 50 
39 75 
63 00 
20 25 



151 64 



24 00 

63 00 

721 50 
48 00 
48 00 

31 87 

64 43 
15 00 



37 50 

29 25 



42 75 
42 75 



18 75 
52 50 



40 50 
30 00 



219 37 
21 75 
6 00 



28 50 
24 75 
63 00 

1 50 



116 
Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 





NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Traugott, Sarah ... 




4 50 


4 50 


Trotter, Virginia 










27 00 




Trotter, James M., heirs 










166 50 


26 50 


Tucker, Sarah E. 










55 50 




Tuekerman, John H. . 








7 50 


35 63 


43 13' 


Turner, Maria Louise 










3 00 


3 00 


Turner, John J. ... 








1 50 


33 00 


34 50 


Turner, Willliam H, heirs . 










172 12 




Turtelotte Ellis C. . . . 










45 00 




Tuttle, Annie M. 










. 81 75 




Tuttle, Samuel A. 








13 20 


54 75 




Twickell, Elizabeth M. and Annie I 


j. Sanderson 








55 50 




Tyler, Caroline O., heirs 










54 00 




Tyler, Harriet B. 










79 50 




Tyler, i^enjamin F. 








17 25 


34 5.0 




Tyler, Charles H. . . 
U 
Underhill, Merrill 




15 75 


15 75 




46 50 




Underhill, Edward M. 


12 00 


49 50 




Upham, Mary . ...... 

V 

Viles, Frank T. . . . 




42 00 


42 00 




6 00 


6 00 


Vivian Roxanna 














48 75 


48 75 


Vose, Benjamin C, heirs 














173 25 




Vose, Sarah and Mary E. 














88 50 




Vose, Mary A. B. 














70 50 




Vose, Sarah M. 














33 00 




W 








Wade, John R. . 




41 25 




Wadsworth, Nellie B. . 














52 50 




Waldron, Charles E. . 














55 50 




Walker, Dennis G. 














82 50 




Walker, Lucretia R. . 














39 00 




Walker, William 












2 25 






Wallace, Richard 














16 50 




Walley, James S. 














49 50 




Walstab, Henrietta, 














18 75 


18 75 


Walsh, Patrick 














15 38 


15 3S 


Walter, Louisa T. 














93 00 




Walter, Julia E. 














56 25 


56 25 


Walter, Theodore A . . 












5 25 




5 25 


Ward, Samuel E. 














165 00 


165 00 


Ward, Hannah L. 














67 50 




Ward, Waldo F. 












7 50 


174 00 




Ward, William D. 












45 00 






Ward, Charlotte 














53 25 


53 25 


Ward, Thomas . 












12 15 




12 15 


Ward, Patrick J. 














10 50 




Warren, Mary E. 














90 00 


90 00 


Washburn, Eliza G. . 














290 25 




Waters, Thomas S. 














39 00 


39 00 


Waters, Maria A. 














80 25 


80 25 


Waters, Mary and Nancy T. 


S. 












25 12 


25 12 


Watson, Susan . 














20 25 


20 25 


Waverly Club . 












80 00 






Weatherbee, Annie A. 














64 12 




Webb, George E. 














44 25 





117 

Resident Tax-Payers 



(Continued.) 



Webber & Wilson 

Webster, Amos . 

Webster, Elizabeth H 

Webster, Francis-P. 

Webster, Sarah S. 

Webster, Frank B. Co 

Weimer, Mary A. 

Weld, Theodore D. 

Welch, Michael . 

Wentworth, Eliza J. 

Werner, Josephine 

Wesley, Charles M. 

Wesley, Sarah J. 

Weston, Walter S. 

Weston, Minnie . 

Weston, Samuel L. 

Wheeler, George w. 

Wheeler, Mamie E. 

Wheeler, Alden D. 

Wheeler, Sarah O. 

Wheeler, Kate L. 

Whitaker, Daniel 

Whitcher, M. L., heir 

Whitcher & Wells 

White, William E. 

White, Jarvis D. 

White, Carrie L. V. 

White, Georgianna 

Whiting;, George E. 

Whitney, Albert H. 

Whitney, Henry N. 

Whittemore, Melinda C, heir 
Whittemore, H. J. ! 
Whittier, Georsje T. 
Whitcomb, C. B. 
Whorf, George C. 
Wigglesworth, S. N. 
Wight, Lawrence T. 
Wigley, John 
Wilbur, Clarence B. 
Wild, Laura 
Wilder, Joshua . 
Willard, Henry L. 
Willett, Elizabeth T. 
Williams, Mary M. 
Williams, Phoebe A. 
Williams, Susan 
Williams, Frances E. 
Williams, Leonard 
Williams, Rinaldo 
Williams, Frances A. 
Wilson, Johanna O. 
Wilson, Harriet. 
Wilson, Alice L. 
Winchenbaugh, Lester P. 
Wirth, Carl 
Wood, Hannah . 
Wood, Joseph A. 
Wood, Louisa M. 
Wood, Daniel F. 
Wood, Lydia W. 
Wood, Rachacl P. 
Wood, Margaret 
Wood, Henry 



Per- Real 
sonal. Estate. 



30 00 
53 



3 75 



64 30 



37 50 



15 15 
15 00 



4 50 
3 75 



28 50 
172 50 
45 00 
91 50 
63 00 

44 25 
13 50 

234 00 
35 63 

52 50 

51 00 

53 25 

52 50 
8 25 

30 00 
96 75 
51 00 
37 50 

45 75 
393 00 

88 50 

40 50 
70 13 

46 50 
300 75 

42 00 
18 00 
54 00 

60 75 

44 25 

45 00 
36 00 
34 50 
50 62 
85 50 
54 00 
99 75 

106 50 
27 75 
40 50 
79 50 

43 12 



45 00 

3oroo 

60*00 
48 75 
62 25 
24 00 
39 a 75 
8 63 
82 50 

39 00 
142 50 

40 50 
28 50 



Unpaid. 



28 50 
172 50 

91 50 

63 00 
74 25 



2 25 

6 00 
52 50 
8 25 

3 75 

96 75 
51 00 



2 78 
40 50 



46 50 



18 00 

54 00 

1 87 



44 25 

50 62 
114 90. 



79 50 
43 12 



3 75 

30 00 



2 25 



118 
Resident Tax-Payers. — (Concluded.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Worden, Albert G. . 


78 75 


80 25 




Worrick, Laban ...... 


4 50 


52 50 




Worrick, Ella E. • 




14 63 




Wright, Edward H 


1 50 




1 50 


Wright, Richard, heirs . . .'".--. 




88 50 




Wright, William J 


3 52 


39 00 


42 52 


Wyman, Ferdinand A. 


50 25 


126 75 




Wyman, George ...... 


5 70 




5 70 


Y 








Yeaton, Charles H. . 




39 00 




Young, John B. and Annie M. . 




2S 50 




Youngren, Carl ....... 

Z 
Zeigler, Alfred ....... 




25 50 


25 50 




46 50 




Zimmermann, Caroline - . 




69 75 


69 77, 






NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


A 

Abraham, Solomon 


Boston 




13 88 


13 ss 


Adams Express Co. 


Boston 




3 75 






Alexander. Belle B. 


Boston 






118 12 


118 12 


Allen, Abbie F. . 


Boston 






122 63 




Allwright, Elizabeth 


Dedham 






1 50 




American Tool & Machine Co. 


Boston 




892 50 


1,063 50 




Ames, Frederick L. 


Easton 






4 50 




Anthony, Alice G. . . 


Haverhill 






132 00 




Armstrong, David W. 






3 00 




Arnold, Sarah H., heirs . 

B 
Bachellor Annie M. 


Boston 




42 00 




Philadelphia, Pa. 




21 00 




Badger, Mary C. . 


Boston 




22 50 




Bailev, Jacob L. . 






74 25 


74 25 


Bailey, A. H. 


Somerville 




2 25 


2 25 


Balcom, Darnley O. 


Dayton, Fla. 




53 25 




Bancroft, George, heirs . 


Boston 




60 00 




Barnard, Lucy A. . 


Cambridge 




35 25 




Barnwell, John 


Valley Falls, R. I. 




4 50 




Barr, Ellena S. . 


Findlay, Ohio ' . 




52 50 




Bartlett, Elmer H. and Harriet M. 


Plymouth 




33 00 




Barrett, Sarah E. . 






3 00 


3 00 


Barton, Charles C. 






27 00 




Bean, Aaron H. . 


Roxbury . 




28 50 




Beattie, Mary E. and Anna 


New York 




21 




Becker, Charles 


Boston 




64 13 


64 13 


Beers, Emma S. . 


Newtown, Conn. . 




43 50 


43 50 


Bell, John .... 


Dedham 




1 50 




Bellis, A. H. . 


Waltham . 




3 00 




Bemis, Sarah C. . 


Brockton . 




46 50 




Berry, Jane .... 


Somerville 




36 00 




Black, George N., heirs . 


Boston 




183 85 




Blackwood, Alexander . 


Boston 




4 8S 


4 88 


Blake, Alpheus P. 


Boston 




789 38 


789 38 


Blanchard, Elizabeth H., heirs . 


Cambridgeport . 




99 00 




Bieakie, John S. . 


Boston 




46 87 




Blood, Frank L. . 


Boston 




42 00 




Boston Blower Co. 


Boston 




262 12 




Boyd, Samuel 


Boothbay, Me. 


315 00 


3 75 




Boynton, Arthur L., heirs 


Ashby 




55 50 




Boylan, Lawrence A. . 






36 00 


36 00 


Bradbury, Samuel A. . 


Cleveland, Ohio . 




2 25 




Bradlee, Nellie M. 


Milton 




35 25 




Bradlee, Walter J. and Frank N- 










Robinson, trustee . 


Milton 




88 50 




Bragan, Isaac N. . 


New London, conn. 




2 63 




Breck, Charles 


Milton 




2 25 




Brennan, James . 


Jamaica Plain 




13 50 




Brewer, Evans J. . 


Boston 




30 38 




Brooks & Converse 


Boston 




30 00 




Brown, Joseph W. 






1 50 


1 50 


Brown, John \ . . . . 


Lowell 




25 50 


25 511 


Brown, James W. 


Wellesley . 




31 50 




Browne, Edward I. 


Boston " . 




376 50 




Brown, Joseph D. . 


W nterport, Me. 




15 03 




Bryden, James 


Chelsea 




11 25 




Bunker, Ingalls 


Candia, N. H. 




34 50 


34 50 


Burr, Fred L. 






31 88 




Burr, Elizabeth A. 


Atlantic 




• 36 75 




Bussey, Henrtetta L. 


Medfield . 




26 63 


26 63 



(119) 



120 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


C 

Caldwell, Emily L. 


Boston 




233 50 




Cannon, Mary E. . 


Norfolk 




47 63 


47 63 


Carlton, William F. . ■ ' - . 


Newbern, ST. C. . 




22 S8 


•22 88 


Carpenter, E. B. . 


Providence, R. I. 




4 50 




Carr, Jeremiah C. , 


Portsmouth, N. H. 




40 50 


40 50 


Carson, Samuel G. 


Winthrop, Me. . 




75 




Caulfielrt, Bridget . 


Jamaica Plain 




3 00 




Chase, Francis A. . 


Roxbury . 




46 50 




Chestnut, David 


Dedham 




1 50 




Churchill, C. S. . 


Dedham 




124 50 




Churchill, J. R. . 


Dorchester 




60 00 




Claxton, Sarah E. L. . 


Boston 




11 25 


11 25 


Clark, Joseph W. . 


Boston . 




75 00". 




Clifton Manf'g Co. 


Boston 


•22 50 






Cobb, Roscoe A. . 


Brook. ine . 




5 25 




Codman, Henry, heirs . 


Dorchester 




3 00 




Cole, Mary Ann . 


Boston 




1 50 


1 50 


Converse, B. B. . 


Boston 




25 50 




Conant, Albert 


Boston 




40 50 


40 50 


Connolly, Martin J. 


Roxbury . 




1 88 




Connelly, Elizabeth 


Boston 




60 00 


30 00 


Conroy, Robert T. 






7 50 


7 50 


Conway, Hiram . 


Boston 




1 50 




Cook, Sarah C. . 


Wakefield . 




17 25 




Cook, Edward A., trustee Sabrna 










Bradley .... 


Boston 




33 75 


33 75 


Cox, George D., Jr. 






3 00 


3 00 


Corcoran, William .1. 


South Boston 




5 25 


5 25 


Cotter, Annie C. . 


Boston 




3 75 


3 75 


Cresto, John S. . 


Boston 




10 13 




Crooker, Sarah J. Miss . 


Bath, Me. . 




32 62 




Crosby, W. S. . . . 


Brookline . 




22 50 


22 50 


Crowell, Albert. 


Boston 




11 25 




Crowley, John 


Dedham 




19 50 




Crowley, Patrick J. 


Boston 




24 75 


24 75 


Grumpier, Arthur . 


Boston 




10 50 




Cunane, William . 


South Groveland 




8 25 




Curry, Joseph 

D 

Dabney, Lewis S. . . . 


St. Paul, Minn. . 




12 75 


12 75 




11 25 




11 25 


Davis, Jane W. 






30 37 


30 37 


Deane, Delia A. . 


Randolph . 




16 50 




Dean, Ellen C. . . , 


Boston 




81 00 


81 00 


Declham & Hyde Park Gas Co. 


Dedham 


120 00 


52 50 




De Entremont, Matilda . 


Boston 




36 00 




Dennis, Ellen 


Jamaica Plain 




28 50 




Denny, John W. . 


Milton 




12 00 




Dobson, Hattie N. . 


Providence, R. I. 




43 50 


43 50 


Dodge, Albert 






100 50 




Dodge & Tyler 




45 00 






Dolan, Thomas P. . 






4 50 


4 50 


Dolliber, Goodale Co. 


Boston 




97 50 




Donahoe, Patrick 


Boston 




9 75 




Dorchester 2nd Church . 


Dorchester 




6 37 




Dorr, Mary E., heirs 


Boston 




25 13 


25 13 


Doyle, Joseph 


Roxbury . 




3 38 




Drew, Charles 


Brookline . 




5 25 


5 25 


Dunlap, Michael H. 


Boston 




3 00 




Durning, Mary 


Milton 




26 25 





121 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


E 
Eastman. Georg'e A. 


Boston 




1 50 




Eastman, Josiah S., heirs 


Boston 






140 25 




Ellis, Samuel 


Medfleld . 






40 50 


40 50 


Ellison, William P., Administrator 


Newton 




48 82 






Easterbrook, George W. 


Boston 






30 00 




Evans, Abby S. . 
F 
Farrington, Horace 


Jamaica Plain 






82 50 




Boston 




113 25 


85 50 


Farris, Samuel J. 








22 50 




Farwell, James E. 




Boston 




3 75 




Favor, Francis S. & Mrs. 


E. Stone. 


Dedham 






1 50 


1 50 


Field, James B. 




Boston 






55 50 


55 50 


Fisher, George A., Trustee 


Boston 






46 50 




Fisher, George A., Trustee 


Boston 






16 50 


16 50 


Fiske, Francis B. . 


Topeka, Kan. 






44 25 


44 25 


Flagg, S. S., N. Y & N. E 


R. R. 


Littleton . 






150 00 




Flagg, Dennis F., heirs 




Boston 






120 00 




Flint, Charles L., heirs 




Boston 






84 00 




Folsom, Albina D. 




Chelsea 






39 00 




Foord, James 




Los Angeles, Cal 






43 50 




Foster, Rachel, heirs 


. 


Dorchester 






33 00 




Fowle, George W. 




Jamaica Plain 






84 75 




G 

Gallagher, Dan'l F. 


Lynn 




4 88 




Gay, Richard L. . 






Boston 






52 50 


52 50 


Giles, Delphina 






Indian Orchard 






106 50 




Giles, Lucy Ann . 






Norfolk 






39 00 




Gill, Domi'nick 






Boston 






75 




Girdler, John L. . 






Boston 






13 50 




Gillette, Mary M. . 












44 25 




Glover & Willcomb 






Boston 




•211 50 


519 75 




Goodnow, Daniel, Jr. 






Boston 






2 62 




Graham, Lewis 






St. Johnsbury, Vt 






49 50 




Gray, Thomas H. . 






Walpole 




105 00 


135 00 




Green, Annie F. . 






Hampden, Me. 






15 00 




Greenhood, Morris 






Dedham 






12 75 




Greenhood, Hannah 






Dedham 






5 63 


5 63 


Greenhood, Mary 






Dedham 






35 25 




Grieve, James P". 












2 25 


2 25 


Gunn, John & Sarah 






Whitingsville 






9 00 




Gunn, John 






Whitinsville 






9 00 




Gurney, Ansel F. . 






Boston 






51 00 




Guy, Charles W, . 
II 






Quincy 






46 50 




Hail, George, heirs 


Providence, R. I. 




672 75 




Hammond, James B. 






New Y'ork, N.Y. . 




41 63 


41 63 


Hapgood, S. H. 






Boston 






4 88 


4 88 


Hapgood, Warren 






Boston 






19 88 




Harraden, E. G. . 






South Boston 






15 00 


15 00 


Harmon, Benjamin 






Springfield 






25 50 




Harting, Gustave, heirs 






Boston 






1 88 


1 88 


Hartney, Marv A. 






Dedham 






49 50 




Hartwell & Je'fts . 






E. Cambridge 






58 50 


58 50 


Haven, Mary E. . 






Boston 






18 00 


18 00 


Hawes, W. L. 






Wakefield . 






24 00 


24 00 


Hawkins, James T. 




Boston 






63 75* 


63 75 



122 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Haynes, CO. 


Dedham 




1 13 




Haywood, Harry . 






Boston 




1 50 


1 5(1 


Healy, A. Augustus 










82 50 




Hem'enway, Augustus 






Canton 




165 00 




Henshaw, P. H. . 






Boston 




8 23 




Herr, Adam 






Dedham 




21 75 




Hodg-es, Samuel . 






Boston 




3 00 




Hodgkins, Fitz 










3 00 


3 OH 


Holdsworth, Squire 






Stoneybrook, Ct. . 




42 38 


41 02 


Holdsworth, Sarah H. 






Stoneybrook, Ct. . 




50 25 


50 25 


Holland, William A. 






Dorchester 




9 75 




Hollings worth, Z.T. 






Milton 




225 00 




Holmes, Clarissa . 






Provincetown 




58 50 




Hovt, Elizabeth G. 






Chelsea 




18 00 




Husted, J. B. 






Watertown 




64 50 


64 5(1 


•J 

Jackson, Robert . 


Boston 




1 13 


1 13 


Jackson, Caroline, heirs 






Dorchester 




16 13 




Jellison, Jennie B. 






Biddeford, Me. . 




17 25 




Jennifer, John T. . 






Chicago, 111. . 




40 50 




Jenkins, William L., Jr 






New York, N.Y. . 




60 00 




Jenness, Geoi'ge O. ' 
Jenney, Mary F. . 






Attleboro Falls . 




60 00 


60 00 






South Boston 




1 50 




Jewell, Albert L. . 






Boston 




13 50 




Johnson, Albion H. 






Roslindale . 




3 00 


3 00 


Johnson, Edward A. 






Boston 




73 50 


73 50 


Jones, Paine M. C. 






Kingston . 




3 75 




Jones, Sophia C. . 






Boston 




2 25 




Jones, Arthur F. . 






Douglass . 




45 00 


45 0(1 


Jones, Susan T. 






Boston 




22 50 




Joy, Mary Kinsley 






Boston 




1 13 


1 13 


Keene, Nalmm 


Dedham 




7 50 




Kelley, William, heirs 






Lowell 




19 50 




Kenyon & Crabtree 






Boston 


180 00 


247 50 




Kibbler, Philemene 






Boston 




55 50 




Kibbler, Louis 






Boston 




48 00 




Killam, Horace W. 










29 25 




King, Fred W. 






Boston 




2 25 




Klip stein, August . 






Brooklyn, N.Y. . 


37 50 






Klaus, Leman 






Boston 


412 50 


405 00 




Knight, John 






Boston 




28 50 




Krau's, Robert 










57 00 




Lake, Elmer O. 






73 50 




Lancaster, Edward M. . 




Boston 




51 00 


51 00 


Lancey, Dustin and Ben 


j. S. G 


rant 


Boston 




12 75 


12 75 


Lane, Peter . 






Boston 




38 63 




Lang, Benjamin J. 






Boston 




17 25 




Lawler, EmmaG. . 






Boston 




4 50 


4 50 


Leatherbee, Andrew F. 






Boston 




117 75 


Leckebusch, Herman 






Boston 




15 75 




Lee, George W. 






Revere 




24 00 




Lee, Henry . 








3 75 




3 75 


Lewis, George S. . 
Litchfield, Hem'y, Adms 






flolyoke . 




7 50 




tr 




Plymouth . 




42 75 


42 75 


Little, James L. . 






Boston 




69 37 




Lothrop, Francis E. 










■ 48 00 




Loud, John J., Sarah, Annie and 










Alice French 


Weymouth 




247 12 





123 



Non-Besident Tax-F ayers — {.Concluded.} 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE, 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Loud, Emily V. . 


Weymouth 




Po 50 




Loud, Martha B. . 


Weymouth 




85 50 




Lyford, Biley 


Provincetown 




11 00 




Lynch, William 

M 
Mackrille, Harriet 


South Boston 




, 50 


7 'iJ 


West Haven, Ct . 




25 87 


25 87 


Maddigan, T. H. and Mary J. . 


Boston " . 




42 75 




Maddigan, M. J. . 


Boston 




39 75 




Magee, Isabel E. . 


Boston 




16 88 


1 68 


Mahoney, John 


Boston 




4 50 


4 50 


Mann, Alexander, heirs . 


Colorado Springs 




15 00 




Marcy, Elizabeth . 


Newton Up. Falls 




6 75 




Margerson, Isabella 


Boston 




25 87 




Manchaug Co. B. B. & R. Knight 


Providence. R.I. '. 


1143 00 


1407 75 




Maynard, George H. 


Waltham . 




49 50 




Marble, Jerome & Co. 




30 00 




30 00 


Mathews, William A., trustee . 






118 12 


118 12 


McClearn, Pinkham & L. W. Lovell 










trustees, Homestead Land Asso- 










ciation . 


Boston . • . 




317 25 


317 25 


McConnell, John T. 






22 50 




McCormack, Mary L. . 






158 25 


158 25 


McDougald, Archibald . 


Nova Scotia 




3 00 


3 00 


McFarland, James and Charles 


Somerville ; 




4 50 




McGreal, James . 


Boston 




27 75 


27 75 


McGrory, Edward 






24 00 




McKeen, John H. and David J. 






2 25 




McLean, John S. . 




53 


125 25 


125 78 


McLaughlin, Daniel 


Boston 




75 




McNally, Ann 


Boston 




32 25 




McSorley, Michael 


Dedham 




21 00 




McSwaiii, Ewen . 


' Milton 




39 00 




Mecham, Arthur, heirs . 


Charlestown 




44 62 




Merriam, Henrv W. 


Newton, N.J. 




67 50 




Mellen,l Annie T. . 






36 75 




Miller, William J. 


Boston 




2 25 




Mills,! Emma Miss 


Dorchester 




5 25 




Mitchell, Walter D. 


Neponset . 




60 00 




Mitchell, George A. and Susan E. 


Worcester . 




39 00 




Monroe, C. W. . 


E. Cambridge 




4 88 




Moore, Alice R. . 


Newton 




10 88 




Moore, Rebecca H. 


Boston 




1 50 




Moriarty, William H. 


Boston 




31 12 




Mortinson, Tina . 






25 50 


25 "50 


Morrill Mabel C. . 


Boston 




3 75 


3 75 


Morrill, Frank E. and Leander E. 










Cobb .... 


Boston 




5 25 


5/25 


Morse, Clara R. . 


Lawrence . 




218 25 




Morse, George W. 


Newtonville 




38 70 




Morse, John F. 


Boston 


7 50 




7 50 


Morse, '.E. J. W., heirs . 


South Easton 




3 00 




Morton, Joseph, heirs 


Milton 




21 00 




Mosher, Clara P. . 


Lawrence . 




3 00 


3 00 


Moulton, Oliver, heirs . 


Jamaica Plain 




164 25 




Mudgett, Mary A, 


Boston 




8 63 


S"63 


Mullen, John, "heirs 


Brookline . 




3 38 


3 38 


Murphy, Thomas . 


E. Dedham 




3 38 




Murphy, Mary A. E. 


Boston 




72 00 


72 00 


Murray, Jennie L. 


Boston 




37 13 


37 13 


Myers, Rachel, Sarah, Rebecca and 










Louisa .... 


Dedham 




7 50 





124 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



Newell, Lucian B. 

Newhall, Sarah E._ 

New York & New England R. R. 

Nichols, George C., rustee „ . 

Niles, Louville V. 

Nolan, James 

Northern Baptist Educational S'y 

Nye, James H. 

O 

Old Colony R. R. Co. 

Boston & Providence R. R. Co. 

Oxton, Maria 

O'Connor, John T. and Eliz. M. 



Page, Annie A. 

Page, Gilman 

Page, Charles J. . 

Page, Charles J. . 

Palmer, Susan A. . 

Palmer, Ransellier L. 

Park, Elizabeth M. 

Parker, Charles H. 

Parker, Benjamin W. 

Parker, Sarah 

Parker, M. W. 

Partridge, C. A. and A. E., heir 

Peavey, Francis M. 

Perry, Arthur L. . 

Peterson, Louisa . 

Pfaff, Wiliiam C, heirs 

Pfaff, H. and J. . 

Pierce, Mary A. . 

Pierce, Frank H. . 

Pinkham & Litchfield, 

Pinkham, Herbert W. 

Piper, John T. 

Plympton, Charles T. 

Pommer, Louisa A. 

Porter, A . Wallace 

Porter, John M. . 

Pratt, Edmund T. . 

Pratt, Isaac, Jr. 

Prescott, S. E. Mrs. 

Price, William 

Price, Fitz James . 

Pulsifer, W. H. & P. F. Wells, trus. 

Q 

Quigley, Mary J. . 
Quimby, Latimer A. 
Quimby, J. B., heirs 
Quincy Savings Bank 



R 



1RESIDENCE. ^ »^ e _ Unpaid. 



Rand, John C. 
Ray, Ellen F. 



Bowcloinham, Me 

Melrose 

Boston 

Boston 

Somerville 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 



Boston 
Boston 
Milton 
Roslindale . 



Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Charlestown 

Boston 

Quincy 

Milton 

Brookline . 

Roxbury . 

Boston 

Boston 

Wilton, N.H. 

Milton 

Boston 

Bo stan 

Boston 

Dorchester 

Boston 

Wollaston . 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Wolliston . 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

New Brunswick 

Roxbury . 

Boston 

Boston 



Jamaica Plain 
Maiden 

Dubuque, Iowa 
Quincy 



7 50 



12 00 



30 00 



Chicago, 111. 
VV obum 



41 25 

35 25 
412 50 

S3 25 
47 25 
4 50 
14 25 

36 00 



302 62 

978 75. 
22 50 
46 12 



•44 25 
36 00 

5 25 
34 12 
26 62 

4 88 

1 88 
31 88 
57 00 

4 50 
3 00 

211 87 

2 25 

42 75 
40 50 
13 50 
34 50 
131 25 
57 00 

3 75 
49 50 
15 00 

3 00 

5 62 
61 50 
12 75 

359 25 

63 00 

9 00 

34 50 

73 50 



3 00 

29 62 

57 75 

357 00 



7 50 
6 00 



46 12 

44 25 
34 12 



42 75 



57 00 
3 75 



3 00 

30 00 



63 00 



6 00 



125 
Non-Resident Tax-Payers— {Continued.) 



NAMES . 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Raymond, Artemas 


Dedham 


88 50 


215 62 




Reardon, Dennis A. . . 


South Boston 






75 


75 


Real Estate & Buiiding Co. 


Boston 






1461 00 




Reddie, I. H. 


Charlestown 






75 


75 


Reed, Horace 


Whitman . 






45 75 


45 75 


Reed, Beverley 8. 


Dorchester 






66 00 


66 00 


Remick, Timothy. . 


Boston 






66 00 




Reuteman, Charles 


Boston 






13 75 




Rich, Harriet L. . 


Mili'ord, N.H. 






63 00 




Richards, William R. and E. B. 


Boston 




19 50 


172 50 


192 00 


Richards, Daniel . 


Danvers 






15 00 




Roberts, .Sarah A. E. 


Boston 






78 00 


78 00 


Robinson, Benjamin F. . 


New York, N.Y. 






22 88 


22 88 


Robinson, Sarah A. K. . 


Northampton 






97 50 




Rogers, Patrick H., heirs 
Rollins, James W. 


Boston 






7 50 




Boston 






196 50 


196 50 


Rowe Brothers 


Boston 






1 50 


1 50 


Ryan, AVilliam B. . 


Boston 






63 00 




Ryder, Margaret . 
S 
Saco & Biddeford Savings Bank 






35 63 


35 63 


Saco, Me. . 




186 00 




Safford, N. F., heirs 


Milton 






48 00 




Safford, N. F., trustee . 


Milton 






29 25 




Salsbury, Fannie . 


Chelsea 






3 00 


3 00 


Sylsbury, Jotham . 


Weymouthj 






91 50 


91 50 


Sawtelle, F. W. & Co. . 


Dedham 




63 00 


25 50 




Scaife, Hellen A. . . . 


Boston 






11 25 




Schroater, Frederick 








7 50 


7 50 


Scott, John, heirs . 


Plymouth . 




50 25 


50 25 


Scranton, David F. 


Cambridgeport 






1 50 


1 50 


Scrannage, Matthew 


Medford . 






13 50 




Scrivens, Joseph . 


Woburn 






24 00 




Scrivens, Emily M. 


Woburn 






28 12 




Seaver, Jacob W. . 


Boston 






5 63 




Seaverns, Granville S. . 


Boston 






15 00 




Severance, George E. . 


Cambridge 






3 75 


3 75 


Sharp, J. C. . 


Dorchester 






1 50 




Sharp, W". C. 


Dorchester 






1 50 


1 50 


Shaughnessey, E. . 






1 50 


1 50 


Shaughnessey, James C. 






1 50 




Shepard, James S. 


Canton 




96 00 




Simmons, John O. 


Boston 




41 25 




Simes, George 






3 00 


3 00 


Sinclair, George B. 


AVakefield . 




27 00 


2 25 


Singer Sewing Machine Co. 
Skinner, Frederick 


Boston 


3 75 




3 75 






10 50 




Skcefield, Samuel, 2nd . 






- 78 00 


78 00 


Smith, Orlando A., heirs 


Newton 




3 75 


2 25 


Smith, Ellen F. 


Dedham 




3 00 


3 00 


Smith, Maria A. 


Barre 




58 50 




Smith, John W. 






55 50 




.Smith, James 


Bridgewater 




25 12 




Smith, Emery W. . 






3 00 


3 00 


Snyder, C. B., heirs 


New York, N.Y. . 




15 00 


15 00 


South Soituate Savings Bank . 


South Scituate 




64 50 


64 50 


Spear,. Maud I. 






3 00 


3 00 


Spicer, Eliza 






3 38 




Springer, George H. 
Springer, Charles C. 


Boston 




20 25 




St. Paul, Minn. 






' 8 25 




Springfield, Nathaniel . 


Boston 






2 25 




Stanwood, J. E. . 


Topsneld . 






34 50 


34 50 


Stark, John, heirs . 


Boston 






16 50 




Stark, Mary 


Boston 






4 13 





126 

Non-resident Tax-Payers^- {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Stevens, Elizabeth W. . 


Boston 




456 75 




Stevenson, William G. . 


Boston 




24 00 




Stevenson, HemenWay & Warren 


Milton . ' 




97 50 




Stteeter, Catherine W. . 






33 37 


33 37- 


Sturtevant Mill Co. 


Boston 


16 87 






Sullivan. Frank E. 


Boston 




27 00 




Sullivan, Margaret 


Boston 




3 75 




Sumner, Myric P. . 


Dedham 




32 63 




Swan, Jennie . . . 

T 
Talbot, William J. and P. W. Tatro 


Charlestown 




1 50 




Boston 




45 00 




Talbot, Jabez 


Stoughton . 




96 75 


19 50 


Taunton, Gertrude A. . 


Somerville 




2 25. 




Taylor, George 


Boston 




6 00 


6 00 


Thayer, Nathaniel . 




7 50 






Thayer, Bayard . 




3 75 






Thayer, John E. . 




3 75 






Thompsou, Clifton S. and W. N. 


Brockton . 




1 50 




Thompson, Elenora 


Somerville 




45 37 




Thompson, Robert 


Gardner, Me. 




78 00 




Thompson, Howard S. . 






56 25 




Thurston. Philander 


Sutton 




36 00 




Tilley, Charles M. . 


Laredo, Tex. 




63 00 




Tileston & Hollingsworth 


Boston 


1500 00 


1750 50 




Tirrell, Caroline . 


Boston 




36 00 




Tower, Isaac H., heirs . 


Dedham 




104 25 




Townsend, George M. . 


Boston 




7 50 




Townsend, Eliza J. 


Boston 




6 00 




Trescott, Ebenzer, heirs . 


New York, N.Y. 




38 




Tripp, Emily A. . 


Fairhaven . 




69 00 




Tucker, Marv T. 


Milton 




85 50 




Tucker, Mary E. . 


Milton 




21 00 




Tucker, Nathan 


Milton 




2 25 


25 


Tucker, John A., trustee 






2 25 


2 25 


Tucker, James . 4 


Milton 




68 63 




Tuttle, Edward P. 


Boston 




4 13 




Twitchell, Charles M. A. 

V 
Utley, Joseph 

V 
Van Derlip, W. C. 


Boston . , 




60 00 


60 00 


RoXbury , 




3 00 




Boston , , . 




73 50 




Veazie, John H. . . 


Quincy 




54 00 




Videto, Rebecca H, 


Framingham 




79 50 




Vinal, Henry L. . 


Scituate 




40 50 




Vose, Joshua 


Milton 




135 00 




Vose, Ellen F. 


Milton 




15 38 




Vose, Hattie M. . 


Milton 




15 37 




Vose, Jessie 

w 

Wadsworth, E. D. 


Milton 




16 12 




Milton 




3 00 


3 00 


Warren, George H, 




11 25 




11 25 


Warren, Frederick 




3 75 




3 75 


Washburn, Wm., heirs . . 


Boston 




59 25 




Webster, Stephen, heirs 


Boston 




8 00 




Weed, Otis H. 






54 00 




Welch, James 


South Boston 




6 00 





127 



Non-Resident Tax-Paters — (Concluded.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


tfnpaid. 


Weld, Aaron D. , 


W. Roxbury 




1 50 




Welsh, Willarrl . 


Maiden 






16 50 




Wentworth, Sarah J. 


Chelsea 






9 75 


9 75 


Weymouth Savings Bank 


Weymouth 






65 25 




Wheeler, Elizabeth E. . 








9 00 


9 00 


Whipple, John A., trustee . . 


Cambridge 






3 00 




White, Amos S., heirs 


Weymouth 






8 68 




White, Charles G. 


Milton 






7 50 




White, Howard 


Beaver City, Neb 






4 50 


4 50 


White, Catherine S. 


Boston 






3 75 




White, Mary . . 


Boston 






1 50 




Whiting, Joseph, heirs . 


Dedham 






1 50 




Whiting, A Ivan 


Clinton 






3 00 




Whittemore, C. W., heirs 


Roslindale , 






4 88 




Whittier, Carrie A. 


Boston 






•213 00 




Whittier, A. H. 


Boston 






364 13 


70 50 


Wiggin, George T. 


Haverhill . 






3 00 


3 00 


Wiggin, Mary E. . 


Haverhill . 






36 38 


36 3^ 


Wilder, William W. 


Newton, X . H. 






6 00 




Wilder, Cyras D. . 


Boston 






6 00 




Williams, "John J. (Archbishop) 


Boston 






141 75 




Williams, William H. 


Boston 






76 50 


76 50 


Willett, Joseph . 


Necdhara , 






48 00 




Willett, Mary A. . 


Needham . 






66 75 




Wilmnrth, Naaman B. 


Walpole 






37 50 


37 50 


Wolcott, J., Huntington heirs 


Milton 






108 75 




Wood, Frank 


Boston 






15 00 




Woodworth, Thomas H. 


Milton 






81 00 




Working-men Cooperative Bank 


Boston 






35 63 


35 63 


Wright, Isaac F. . 


Roxbury . 






13 50 




Wright, Richard W. 


Chicago", 111 






7 50 




Wym.An, Isaac C. . 
T 

Voting, Edwin C . 


Boston 






84 38 








36 00 





TAXES ON ACCOUNT OF 

MENTS. 



STREET-BETTER- 



Laid by Selectmen, 189^ 



NAMES. 


Street. 


Tax. 


Unpaid. 


Balkam, 8. B. & Co. . 
Beattie, Mary E. and Annie 


West Street . 


$30 00 
15 00 




Carberrv, William . 

Clark, Arthur F 




15 00- 
20 00 




fisher, George A. 


•< 


15 00 




Hapgood, Warren .... 
Uolt, Charles F. . 


" 


16 00 
•20 00 




Lafkin, Joseph V 


» 


20 oo 




Real Estate and Building Co. . 
Rudolph, Agnes C. . . . 


« 


30 00 
15 00 




Smith, John W. .... 


'• 


30 00 




Bell, Elizabeth 

Boyden, George, heirs 


Central Park Av. R. 


30 00 
50 00 


$ 30 00 
50 00 


Cook, Ed. A. tr'stee & Sabina Bradley 




30 00 


30 00 






40 00 


40 00 


Elliot, Samuel T 




40 00 








40 00 




Jenkins, William L. . Jr. 




100 00 




Marcy, Elizabeth .... 
McKendry, Benjamin 




40 00 
70 00 


70 00 


Pinkham & Litchfield 
Pinkham & Eovell, trustees 
Pinkham, Herbert W. 




90 00 
120 00 
30 00 


90 00 
120 00 
30 00 


Sanger, Sarah J. .... 
Stewart, Malcolm .... 




30 00 
60 00 
30 00 


30 00 
60 00 


Wentworth, Mrs. S. J. 


" 


20 00 


20 00 



(128) 



REPORT OF THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 



To the Citizens of Hyde Park t 

The duty of supervising your schools and caring for your 
school property during the past year has received the atten- 
tion of this committee, and we would respectfully submit 
the following statement concerning the present condition 
and future needs of the school departments : 

Concerning the past year, it can be justly said that it has 
been a period of uninterrupted work, and we believe good 
results have been obtained. 

ORGANIZATION OF THE COMMITTEE. 

The Board organized at its first meeting, by the re- 
election of the officers ot last year. Sub-committees were 
then appointed and approved, viz. : High School, Messrs. 
Johnson, Bunton and Mrs. Wood ; Damon School, Mrs. 
Wood and Mr. Lewis ; Fairmount School, Mr. Lewis and 
Mrs. Hanchett ; Greenwood School, Messrs. Chick and 
Johnson; Grew School, Messrs. Bunton and Chick; Butler 
School, Mrs. Hanchett; Evening School, Messrs. Bunton 
and Lewis ; Industrial School, Mrs. Wood and Mr. Chick. 
In October Mr. Bunton resigned as chairman of the Evening- 
School committee and Mr. Johnson was appointed to that 
position- 

SCHOOL ORGANIZATION AND STATISTICS. 
HIGH SCHOOL. 

Mr Jere M. Hill, master ; Mr. Emerson Rice, Mr. George F. Free- 

129 



130 

man (till June, 1892,), Mr. William H. Cannon (since Sept., 1892,) 
sub-masters; Miss Anna W. Edwards, Miss Isabell Eaton, Miss Anna 
M. Linscott, assistants; Mr. George F. Freeman, instructor in mili- 
tary drill. 

Graduates (four years' 1 course). —Samuel E. Badger, Florence 
Elizabeth Barker, Frederick Herbert Bass, Edith Emerson Butler, 
Lucia Mabel Cannon, Henrietta Carrington. Mary Elizabeth Collins, 
George Albert Cutter, John Charles Dolan, Rolte Marsh Ellis, Mar- 
garet Josephine Flaherty, Franklin Frederick Fovvle, George Freder- 
ick Frost, George Marston Goodspeed. Edith Irene Higbee, Emma 
Louise Hclway, Charles Bradford House, Mary Alson Knight, Grace 
Ethel Lingham, Louise Thomas Marr. Florence Harriet Maxim, Rosa 
M. Morrell, Marion Trow Raynes, Lillian Alice Richardson, Gertrude 
Sanborn, William Rogerson SparreJl, Clement Bates Tower, Jr., 
Anna Gordon Vivian. 

(Two years' course). — Arthur Russell Newell, George Horatio 
Raynes, John Leonard Sanborn. 

Whole number of different pupils, 264 

Average membership, 192 

Average attendance, 182 

Per cent, ot attendance. . .95 

Amount paid for salaries, $5 990 00 

" " " incidentals, 214 65 

" " janitors, 200 00 

'■ " fuel 175 12 

BUTLER SCHOOL. 

Miss Grace B. Gidney, teacher. 
Statistics : 
Whole number of different pupils. 
Average number of pupils, 
Average attendance. 
Per cent, of attendance, 
Amount paid for salary, 
" " " janitor, 

" " fuel, 
" " IS incidentals. 

DAMON SCHOOL. 

Mr. W. F. SayWard, master; Mrs. Lizzie de Senancour, Miss Julia 
E. Donovan, Miss Dora F. Hastings, teachers. 



42 


24.7 


21.1 


.86 


$450 00 


65 00 


21 50 


49 58 



131 

Graduates. — Mamie E. Cogan, Henry P. Peters. 

Statistics : 

Whole number of different pupils, 167 

Average membership, 118 

Average attendance, 105,3 

Per cent, of attendance, 89.3 

Amount paid for salaries, .f 2,497 50 

" " janitors, 200 00 

" fuel, 216 80 

" " incidentals, 443 59 

FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

Mr. Edward VV. Cross, master; Mrs. Mary C. Howard, master's as- 
sistant; Miss Mary I. Coggshall, Miss Helen P. Cleaves, Mrs. Matilda 
H. P. dishing, Mrs. Josephine P. Poole (till June, 1892,), Miss 
Marguerite G. Roe (since Sept., 1892,) Miss Hattie F. Packard, 
Miss Jennie S. Hammond, Miss Helen A. Perry and Mrs. Helen O. 
Thompson, teachers. 

Graduates.— Frank Besse, Elvira Bloom. Henry Fish, James 
Frame, William Hart, Mattie Hawes, Bessie Hurter, Manora Jen- 
ness, May Lane, Sadie McAskill, Lillie McKenna, Harold Mason, 
Nellie Morrell, Arthur Norris, Charles Noyes, Mahlon Plummer, 
James Raeder, Andrew Richardson, Mabel Robinson, Charles Sow- 
den. Robert Sparrell, Apha Webb, Thomas White, Edwin Whiting, 
Edgar Wood, Jessie Williams. 

Statistics : 

Whole number of different pupils, 420 

Average number of pupils, 330 

Average attendance, 294 

Per cent, of attendance, .89 

Amount paid for salaries, .$5,885 On 

'« janitors, 350 50 

11 " fuel, 387 00 

" " " incidentals, 583 97 

GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

Mr. Daniel G. Thompson, master; Miss Carrie H.Stevens, master's 
assistant; Miss Josephine E. Thompson (till June,) Miss M. L 
Butland (since Sept.), Miss Annie B. Davis, Miss Sarah E. Roome. 
Miss Emily Woods. Miss Alma E. Bachelder, Miss Elizabeth B. Free- 



132 

man, Miss Evelyn S. Howes, Miss Jennie E. Sutherland (till June), 
and Miss Lena B Winter (since Sept.), teachers. 

Graduates.— Gertrude L Adams, Jeannette L. Arnold, Gilbert Bal- 
kam, Joseph I'arme, Ethel E. Boynton, Harold L. Bradley, Charles E. 
Butler, Mary E. Cannon, Frederick A Carlton, Nellie H. Fitton, Ed- 
win O. Foss, Aimee W. Giles, Elizabeth B. Googins, Alice F. Gray, 
George H Gunnison, Alice Gurney, Susie B. Hamilton, Edith M.. 
Mill, Edward M. Jennings, Elizabeth M. Neilson, Warren S. Rey- 
nolds, Bradlee Rich, George H. Sheehan, Helen M. Thayer, Daniel 
G. Thompson, Jr., George C. Willard, Ella F. Williams and Lulu M. 
Vv illiams. 

Statistics : 

Whole number of different pupils, __ 461 

Average membership, 373 

Average attendance, 345 

Per cent, of attendance, 92.5 

Amount of teachers 1 salaries, $5,565 00 

of janitors' salary, 360 00 

expended for fuel, 279 95 

expended for incidentals, 544 60 

GREW SCHOOL. 

Mr. Frank H. Dean, master ; Miss Mary A. Winslow, master's assist- 
ant ; Miss Margaret A. Hanlon, Miss Margaret E. Bertram, Miss 
Blanche L. Bright, Miss Abbie A. Sutherland (till June, 1892,), Miss 
Emma M. George (since Sept., 1892,) Miss Belle D. Curtis (till Oct., 
1892,) Miss Ada F. Whitney (since Oct., 1892.) Miss Fannie E Harlow, 
Miss Agnes J. Campbell, Miss Edna Cherrington (to June, 1892,) 
Miss Nellie M. Parsons (since Sept., 1892,) Miss Nellie M. Howe, 
and Bessie C. Sparrell, teachers. 

Graduates. —Alice Gary Baldwin, George Giles Bass, Augustus 
Tolmaii Beatey, Grant Reid Beeb , Alice May Brown, Grace Louise 
Brown, William Oscar Bursch, Nellie Grant Carter, Kenneth Guile 
Cherrington, Thomas Francis Downey, William James Downey 
Florence McClave Easton. Gustave Adolph Edenborg, Mabel Lillian 
Fall, Minnie Gregory Farwell, Alice Esther Fowler, Harry George 
Higbee, Lizzie Kingman Jenney, Mabel Louise Jordan, Charles Law- 
son, William Taber Martin, Joseph Albert McDonough, Charles Alex- 
ander Munroe, Emeline Martin Newell, Alonzo Perry Orcutt, Edith 
Clara Provonchee, Martha Richter, Lewis Goodwin Ripley, Lillian 



133 

Grace Rogers, Albert Eugene Rollins, Warren Young Scott, Frank 
Dana Sears, Myrtle Sherman, Fred Howard Stackpole, Mabel Esther 
Taylor, Robert Fulton Towle, Madge Domitt Tucker, Hattie Louise 
Tyler, Charles Chester Upham, Mabel Esther Whitcomb, Harry 
Ernest Whitteraore. 

Statistics : 

Whole number of different pupils. 509 

Average membership, 474 

Average attendance. 438 

Per cent, of attendance, .92 

Amount paid for salaries, $6,627 50 

•' janitors, 360 00 

" fuel, 577 00 

'• " " incidentals, 760 31 

In addition to the amounts expended for incidentals at 
the several schools as above, an additional sum of $602.88 
has been used for purposes of benefit to all the schools, and 
in such manner that it cannot be exactly apportioned. 

APPROPRIATIONS . 

At the annual appropriation meeting the citizens voted 

for the care and support of schools the following amounts, 

viz. : 

For salaries, janitors and fuel, $30,400 00 

School incidentals, 3,200 00 

Text books and supplies, 2,000 00 

Evening Schools. 700 00 

Industrial Schools. 150 00 

Steam heating Fairmount School, 2,000 00 



— $38,450 00 



Unexpended balances from last year — 

Salaries, janitors and fuel, $342 24 

School incidentals, 68 

Text books and supplies, 11 28 

Industrial sehools 24 03 

High School labratory, 299 66 

Steam heating Grew School, 1 00 

Mass. School fund, 7 61 



$686 50 



134 

In November $1,000 was appropriated and this committee 
authorized to furnish the new rooms at the Hi^h School 
building. 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

For salaries, janitors and fuel, $30,517 37 

School incidentals, 3,199 88 

Text books and supplies, 2,009 13 

Evening schools, 843 03 

Industrial schools, 145 28 

High School laboratory, 98 39 

Steam Heating Fairraount School, 1,950 15 

Grew School, 1 05 

Furnishing High School rooms, 534 18 

139,298 41 

A detailed list of these expenditures is printed in the 
Town Report, and the vouchers have been audited and are 
on file with the Secretary of this Committee. An examina- 
tion of these will show for what purposes the money appro- 
priated has been expended. 

It seems proper to say that bills have been contracted in 
connection with the laboratory and furnishing at the High 
School, which have not as yet been approved, so that the 
apparent balances of these appropriations will be greatly 
reduced when all such claims are paid. 

BUILDINGS . 

The school buildings now in use by the town are large, and 
constructed of wood. With one exception, they have been 
used for more than twenty years, and the cost of keeping 
them in good repair is likely to increase from year to year. 

We were advised during the year that the roof of the 
Damon building needed to be reslated ; that in case of a 
storm which should cause ice to form upon the roof in any 
considerable quantity, the condition of the old slates was 
such that they were likely to come off in large numbers 



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when the ice thawed enough to slide from the roof. The 
old wooden ventilators are in bad condition and need 
to he replaced. 

Here, as well as in other buildings, the floors in some of 
the rooms beo-in to be much worn, the ceilings have been 
mended in many places, and in many instances the desks 
need to be replaced with new ones. 

These are some of the indications that prudence will often 
require special appropriations to properly protect the town's 
school property and keep it in that condition desired for use. 

IMPROVEMENTS. 

During the past year the ceilings at the Grew, Fairmount 
and Damon buildings were thoroughly cleaned and retinted, 
the selection of colors being made under the direction of our 
well-known townsman, Mr. John J. Enneking, who gener- 
ously gave us the benefit of his time and talent to the end 
that the work might be properly done and a harmonious 
blending of proper colors secured. All who have visited 
the rooms seem pleased with the results obtained. 

At the Damon building an old furnace was replaced by a 
partially worn one from the Fairmount building. 

Water has been introduced at the Butler School, a much 
needed improvement. 

Steam heating was, by vote of the town, supplied at the 
Fairmount School and several hundred dollars expended in 
making needed repairs. The Local Committee represent 
the building in good condition. 

The report of the Sub-Committee having charge of sup- 
plying the steam heating plant is hereto annexed : 

At the Grew building the Exeter Machine Works made 
some changes in the plant, so that the room, which it was 
found difficult to warm at the time of our last report, gives 
us no further trouble. 



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The Greenwood building has called for no extraordinary 
expenditure. 

In the report of last year your attention was called to the 
crowded condition of the High School and a new building 
was recommended. At a meeting of the citizens held in 
June the town failed to adopt this recommendation, but 
voted to build another addition to the old structure. The 
work was immediately begun, and, although pressed for- 
ward with vigor by the Building Committee appointed by 
the town, could not be completed in season to open the 
High School at the usual time. 

In connection with this addition the Committee of the 
town having the work in charge placed a steam heating 
plant in the building and discontinued the use of the old 
furnaces. 

As the new structure was turned over to this Committee 
without furniture, the Selectmen, at our request, called a 
Town Meeting in November, to provide furniture and proper 
equipments for the new rooms. One thousand dollars was 
voted for that purpose, and the same has been substantially 
expended. 

NEEDS. 

In reviewing the recommendations of Local Committees 
as to special needs the coming year but one matter is found 
likely to call for any special outlay. We refer to the re- 
stating of the roof at the Damon School building. If the 
condition of the roof is such as it has been represented, 
then a special appropriation of from $500 to $800 should be 
made to do the work. 

In connection with this work, the old wooden ventilators 
should be replaced by galvanized iron. 

The cellar at the Grew 7 building should be plastered over- 
head and the bottom graded. 



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TEACHERS. 



It is customary for Local Committees to enumerate such 
changes as have occurred in their respective lists of teachers. 
It will therefore be in order to name them here. 

Very soon after our last report the High School sus- 
tained a great loss by the death of Miss Sarah L. Miner, 
who had for many years been one of its faithful teachers. 
Miss Miner was always at her post of duty and her work 
well clone. Her influence upon the School was good, and 
especially so upon the young ladies under her charge. As 
a scholar she was thorough, but modest of her abilities. As 
a teacher she was painstaking, conscientious and loyal to 
the school. No efforts tending to its welfare and the success 
of her pupils were ever spared by her. As a mark of res- 
pect and appreciation, the High School was closed during 
the day of her funeral. 

Miss Annie M. Linscott was appointed to the vacancy 
thus caused. 

Mr. George F. Freeman, for two years a popular teacher 
in this school, resigned during the summer, and Mr. Wil- 
liam Cannon was employed in his place. 

Mr. Freeman's services as military instructor are still 
retained. 

Resignations in the Grammar and. Primary Schools may 
be stated summarily. Grew School, Misses Abby A. 
Sutherland, Belle D. Curtis and Edna Cherrington ; Fair- 
mount School, Miss Josephine P. Poole ; Greenwood 
School, Misses Josephine E. Thompson and Jennie E. 
Sutherland. These vacancies were filled respectively : 
Grew School, Misses Emma M. George and Ada F. Whit- 
ney. Miss Howes was promoted to the XI grade and Miss 
Nellie M. Parson employed in her place in the XII grade ; 
Fairmount School, Miss Marguerite G. Roe ; Greenwood, 



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School, Miss Annie JB. Davis of the VII class was promoted 
to the VI class and Miss M. L. Butland employed in the 
VII. grade. Miss Lena B. Winter takes the XII class, 
taught last year by Miss Jennie E. Sutherland. These 
newly employed teachers are nearly all Normal graduates, 
and come to us well recommended from other fields of labor, 
and thev are cloino; satisfactory work. These resignations 
occurred during the summer vacation, which enabled the 
Committee to carefully select new teachers, and begin the 
new year in September with the least possible injury to the 
course. 

We believe the teachers in the employ of the town during 
the past year have been faithful to the interests of the 
schools under their instruction, and have used their best 
efforts to make them effective. 

ATTENDANCE. 

Upon the whole the attendance has been well sustained. 

At the Damon School an evil often spoken of still exists, 
and has during the past year been a source of great annoy- 
ance to the teachers, as well as an injury to the school. 
We refer to the fact that many children enter and are en- 
rolled as pupils, attend a short time, and then, so far as we 
are able to learn, are absent and attending private schools 
for a few days or weeks, after which time they come again 
into our classes for a time. This makes the per cent, of at- 
tendance low and of course works injury to all so far as in- 
struction is concerned. This is an evil that parents can 
correct by causing their children to be regular in attend- 
ance at either private or public schools. Every effort 
should be and is used by teachers and Committee to make the 
public schools serve all children entitled to attend and to 
keep the standard of work as high as possible but parents are 



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expected to assist in every way possible to make the attend- 
ance of their children who enter the schools regular. If this 
is not done, the parent is responsible not only for the loss to 
his own children, but is also contributing to lower the 
standard of the whole class. 

■GRADUATING EXERCISES. 

It has been the custom for many years for each Grammar 
School to have separate graduating exercises. Last summer 
the Committee decided to make a change, by way of experi- 
ment, and to assemble all Grammar School graduates in 
Waverley Hall, which is of ample size to accommodate all. 
Ninety-six candidates for diplomas occupied seats arranged 
upon the platform, with parts properly assigned to the 
several schools. 

The exercises were prompt, well rendered and the 
result we believe was pleasing to all who witnessed the 
exhibition. 

By this method our citizens had an opportunity of seeing 
all graduates of the Grammar Schools assembled, and thus 
were enabled to better appreciate the work of these schools. 
We hope the plan may continue in the future. 

MUSIC. 

This branch, of instruction has been continued under- 
charge of Miss Elizabeth M. Dodge, who, at the time of our 
last report, was employed on probation. Her work being 
endorsed by the committee on music, she was elected in 
June for the present year. She is doing satisfactory work. 
It is, however, a question whether the system now in use 
might not be changed with benefit. 



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COURSE OF STUDY. 



No change has been made during the year. So far as we 
have observed, the course adopted last year with the change 
of text books then made has proved satisfactory. The work 
of the new course has gone forward smoothly and with bene- 
fit to the schools. 

No change of text books has been made this year, except 
in one or two branches of the High school course. 

STEAM HEATING. 

It is not often that changes in school buildings involving 
equal expense are made as rapidly as those in our system 
of heating have been. 

For several years many of our citizens advocated the in- 
troduction of steam for heating our large school houses, but 
the cost of steam plants as compared with a new furnace or 
two, now and then, to keep the old methods in tolerable con- 
dition always made a conclusive argument in town meeting. 

When in 1887, as the result of an accident, a new build- 
ing in the Greenwood district was required, the building 
committee, with some hesitation, supplied it with a good 
steam heating plant. The success of the system adopted 
was so marked that citizens having children attending at other 
buildings refused longer to be satisfied with furnace heat 
and as a result the Grew building last year and the High 
and Fairmount buildings this year were supplied with steam 
heating plants. 

The plants at the several Grammar Schools are of ample 
capacity to fully warm the respective buildings. The new 
plant at the High School, whether from fault of the janitor or 
trom other cause, has not fully met the requirements during 
the extreme weather of the past winter. 



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The report of the sub-committee having iu charge the 
furnishing the Fairmount plant is hereto annexed. 

EVENING SCHOOLS. 

We are sorry to say that these schools have not been as 
successful as is desirable. While they are intended to be 
of advantage to many persons who have been or are now 
unable to obtain educational privileges in any other manner, 
and our citizens willingly provide for all" who de§ire to and 
can properly attend, yet they fail from some reason to 
have a large regular membership. This matter has been 
spoken about in previous reports of this Board. 

Two schools were opened iu November last, one in the 
Damon and one in the Hio;h School buildin°\ 

The school at the Damon has had an enrollment of 86 
pupils, but the average attendance to January 1st was but 31 
scholars ; this number became so reduced that the school 
was closed about February 1st. The reason for this result 
is not plain. Several causes may have contributed to it. 
The room used is but poorly furnished and but two teachers 
could be provided to instruct the school. As the work is 
wholly individual and no classification can be had, it will be 
seen that in the time allowed each evening but little atten- 
tion could be given to each scholar. We are led to think 
from reports coming to us that many who attended cared 
but little for the benefits to be derived from the school, and 
by their conduct in and about the building made it so un- 
pleasant that those who otherwise would have been regular 
in attendance abandoned the school. 

It is to be deplored that the advantages offered by the 
town through these schools is not appreciated by all those 
who might attend them. 

The centre school at the High School building has made but 



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little better showing. With an enrollment of 70 pupils it 
has had an average of about 20 scholars. Two teachers are 
employed. 

It may be said that those who attend regularly are inter- 
ested in their work and the schools are of much benefit to 
them. 

Reading, writing, spelling and arithmetic are the branches 
most taught, although some desire to take up other branches 
and are allowed to do so. 

The pupils vary from 11 to 35 years of age. 

It may be desirable another year to better equip the room 
at the Damon building and should the regular membership 
warrant it provide more teachers. 

It has been found that the best results are obtained by so 
dividing the work that each teacher shall have not more than 
fifteen pupils to instruct, and it may be advisable to adopt this 
plan with a view to better reach all who give evidence of 
earnestly taking up the work of the school. A vigorous 
discipline in and about the building should also be enforced 
that shall allow only those to attend the school who really 
desire to do the work assigned to them. 

The evening drawing school has met with success. The 
report of the instructor is annexed and shows what has been 
done. 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS. 

Schools for sewing and carpentry were opened early in 
July but as the High School buildmg was in process of al- 
teration the sewing school could not be held there, as has 
been the custom, but was changed to the Grew building. 
For some reason this school was not well attended and the 
committee in charge closed it after a few sessions. 

The school for carpentry was well attended and accom- 



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plished good results. Fifty-eight boys took lessons during the 
term, the average attendance being twenty-five. Two classes 
were formed ; one for the forenoon, of boys who had previ- 
ously attended, while the afternoon sessions were devoted 
to beginners. The tools are becoming much worn and an 
appropriation for new ones is recommended by the sub- 
committee in charge. 

MEMORIAL DAY. 

This year the local G. A. R. Post notified us of its desire 
to detail some of its members to visit and address the vari- 
ous schools of the town upon the scenes and incidents of 
the late war, with a view to imbue the children with patriot- 
ism and a veneration for the flag. 

As Memorial day is by statute and our rules a holiday, 
the schools were assembled in the halls of the several build- 
ings upon the Friday afternoon preceding the 30th of May 
and addresses were made by members of the Post. The 
event was of great interest to the children and we hope the 
plan will be permanently established, so that all children 
may come to know and feel that they have an interest in the 
deeds of our veteran soldiers and that the Union, saved and 
perpetuated by the valor of the "boys in blue," k is their 
heritage, even though their immediate ancestors did not 
serve in the conflicts of '61 and '65. Let every effort be 
made to impress the children with a love of our country, 
its constitution and flag, to the end that should clouds here- 
aiter threaten, brave defenders will not be wanting to guard 
and perpetuate the rights and privileges which have been 
secured to them by their forefathers from 1776 to the 
present age. 

COLUMBUS DAY. 

October 21st was the day selected by the State author- 



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ities as the day for properly celebrating the 400th anniver- 
sary of the discovery of America by Columbus. 

The several schools, by vote of the committee, made the 
day one of special exercises. Varied and interesting pro- 
grammes were arranged by the teachers and local commit- 
tees. The schools were assisted by Timothy Ingraham Post 
G. A. E,., details from which aided in the exercises of the 
several schools. 

These exercises were largely attended by our citizens. 
Addresses were made by local speakers, which added to the 
interest of the occasion and served to impress upon the chil- 
dren the lessons of the great event thus commemorated upon 
the children. 

World's fair. 

The matter of making an exhibit of the work of the 
schools at the World's Fair was considered. 

In view of the fact that a comparatively small space for edu- 
cational exhibits has been assigned to Massachusetts, and 
the great number of cities and towns which can be accommo- 
dated but partially if at all, we did not deem it advisable to 
incur any expense in attempting to make an exhibit which 
could but poorly represent the work of our schools. 

As Mrs. Hunt has succeeded in having space assigned 
for a national exhibit of temperance work, our schools will 
find a place there to show their work in this branch of the 
course. 

This seems quite proper, for Hyde Park may be con- 
sidered the pioneer town in this movement, as it was the 
first to give temperance instruction a place in its curricu- 
lum of its public schools. 

HISTORICAL. 

This being the twenty-fifth annual report of the school 



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department, it seems quite proper to review the work of the 
past twenty-five years. We believe in no other way can 
a more accurate idea of our growth as a town be obtained. 

The first annual report of this Board states: "When 
Hyde Park was incorporated there were within what is 
now its limits, eleven Public Schools. Four of them 
were in the Town of Dedham, five in Dorchester and two in 
Milton. As each of these towns had its own system of 
instruction and government, no uniformity in these respects 
was to be expected." At the present time we have within 
the same limits thirty-six Public Schools, with as much 
uniformity of system and government as seems desirable. 

Twelve teachers were employed during the year of incor- 
poration, two males and ten females. Now our schools re- 
quire forty-four regular teachers, seven males and thirty- 
seven females. Besides these, we have four teachers in 
Evening Schools, three teachers in Industrial Schools and 
one teacher of mechanieal and architectural drawing, em- 
ployed during certain portions of the year. 

The number of children in Hyde Park between 5 and 15 
years of age. May 1, 1868, was 592, while the number 
found last May was 1924, while the number of pupils of all 
•ages in the public schools in '68 was 547, the past year it 
has been 1863. The average attendance in '68 was 408, 
while the past year it appears to have been 1385. In 
making these comparisons the State Report is used for 
the early statistics which is based upon the year ending April 
30, '69, while the later statistics used are based upon the 
figures given in this report for the year ending Jan. 31, '93, 

When the town was organized the school accommodations 
must have been very meagre, and the population varied, as 
the record shows that a school was kept in the "old chapel 
on the Eseadville Camp Grounds, composed of primary and 



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intermediate scholars and contained Irish, Dutch, German, 
Swede, Indian, African, French. English and American 
children, some of them knowing nothing of the English 
language." This "old chapel,' with the old schoolhouse 
upon the site of the Damon building was Dedham's contrib- 
ution to the school property of the new town. 

A portion of the building now used by the High School, 
capable of accommodating four schools, with the Butler 
school building, came to us with a section of the town of 
Dorchester. The schools coming with the section of Milton 
occupied two rooms in a building leased from Mr. T. D. 
Weld, standing near the present site of Mr. A." G. Wor- 
den's house. To meet the increased demand for school 
rooms, Mr. Robert Bleakie, during the summer of '68, 
erected a building containing four rooms on Walnut street, 
which he rented to the town until the end of the autumn 
term of '71, when the Central School (as this was called) 
was transferred to and became a part of the Grew SchooL 
To further meet emergencies the committee, in the summer 
of '68, purchased of Mr. Farrington a daguerrotype saloon 
for about $300 and placed it near the schoolhouse then on the 
site of the Damon building. In addition to this the town 
erected a small school building there, and used the same 
without lathing or plastering. This building is now used 
for a chapel and stands just north of the Damon School yard. 
The town, however, abandoned these makeshifts there in 
1870, when the present eight-room building was erected. 
At the time of the opening of the Parochial Schools in 1888 
this building was fully occupied. 

In 1871, the Fairmount and Grew buildings, each with 
eight rooms and a large hall were erected. The rooms of 
the Fairmount building are now all used and an additional 
room has been fitted from a portion of the hall. At 



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the Grew in 1884 an annex of three rooms Was erected, 
making eleven in all, and all are now occupied by classes. 
In 1872 the Greenwood building was erected with eight 
rooms and a hall. The original structure was burned in 
July 18<57 and the present building of similar size and style 
was immediately erected and occupied at the beginning of 
the spring term of 1888. These eight rooms, with one fitted 
from the hall, are now all occupied. The Butler building 
has been in constant use since 1884 for primary grades. 
With the exception of four rooms at the Damon building 
all of the accommodations provided by the town for primary 
and grammar schools are occupied, although quite a large 
number of pupils, properly graded, could be cared for in 
the various rooms of these buildings. 

The appropriation for salaries, janitors and fuel in '68 
was $10,000 and about $6,300 of this was used to carry the 
schools from May 1st to the end of the financial year in 
February 1869. Last year our appropriation for the same 
purposes was $30,400. Grades were established as far as 
possible in September '68 but a regular course of study was 
not adopted until August 1869, which fixed a course of 
seven years, (2 primary, 2 intermediate and 3 grammar.) 
A few years later this was changed to a course of eight 
years, and a curriculum adopted. About 1880 an attempt, 
was made to increase this to nine years, but after about 
two years trial it was given up. In '74 but two grammar, 
masters were employed, each to have charge of two build- 
ings, with competent assistants. One of these soon re- 
signed, and the other, Mr. George M. Fellows, was given 
the supervision of all grammar schools. In '75, masters for 
each building were employed, and this system has since 
prevailed. From September '85 to April '87 a. superin- 
tendent was employed but after this trial it was, abandoned.. 



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With these exceptions the schools have been under the 
direct care of the committee, aided by a faithful corps of 
masters and teachers. 

In the autumn of '68, ten scholars were examined and 
transferred to the private school of Mr. C. M. Barrows and 
their tuition for a High School course was paid by the 
town. At the beginning of the school year of '69 Mr. Fel- 
lows, then master of the Fairmount School, was given an 
assistant, and the scholars of the High School were under 
his charge until about January '70. Meantime the town 
had voted to establish a High School, and the hall over the 
store now occupied by Mr. A. G. Worden was hired and 
titted for a High School room. Mr. Samuel Thurber of St. 
Louis, Mo., was employed at a salary of $1,700 per annum ; 
this was increased to $1,900 after two years. In '72 the 
school was transferred to the hall of the then new Grew 
building, where it remained until '74, when the town voted 
to place it in the Everett building, where it has since re- 
mained, the building having been twice enlarged. High 
School diplomas were authorized in June '73, and Geo. W. 
Jtollins, class of '72, Misses Agnes S. Adams and Carrie E. 
Walter, class of '73, were the first to receive them, Novem- 
ber 8, 1873. From ten pupils in '68 to 206 pupils in '93 is 
a .gratifying increase. The school, since it was established 
by vote of the town, has had but five principals : Samuel 
Thurber, Frank W. Freeborn, Wm. H. Knight, John F. 
Elliot and Jere M.Hill. 

The records of this committee furnish evidence of great 
efforts in the early days of the town to place the school sys- 
tem upon abroad and comprehensive basis. Money wa& 
freely expended in salaries ; and teachers of ability must 
have been available and no doubt were employed. Prior to 
'74 ! the ..average pay of the teachers was in excess of the 



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present rates, but in that year economy compelled a sharp 
reduction, and although increase has been made from time 
to time in some grades the former average has not been 
reached . 

Not only in the matter of salaries was enterprise shown, 
but the call for accommodations was answered by the erec- 
tion of four large school buildings, which have served the 
town with but small additions until the present time. 
There can be no doubt that the public school system is at 
the foundation of our political institutions. Where the in- 
telligent performance of all public duties depends upon 
some intelligent executive and his selection rests with the 
mass of the people, then it must be necessary for the 
masses to be possessed of some knowledge of the duties 
required of the officer to be chosen if the affairs of a free 
people are to be properly administered. The duty of the 
schools is not merely personal in the fitting of a child for 
his own chosen pursuit, but is broader and means the pro- 
tection of the state through an intelligent citizenship. 

If the affairs of town, state or nation are to be well con- 
ducted, the people, sovereign in each, must be well educated 
in all that tends to make a good citizen. Should these 
matters be neglected and the children be allowed to come 
to manhood with its public responsibilities without mental 
or moral training, then would our constitution rest upon 
frail supports, and the capacity of our people for self gov- 
ernment be near to an end. With these thoughts in view 
we can appreciate the efforts made in the early days of our 
town's history in favor of good public schools. Our duty is 
plain ! No effort should be relaxed that the child of to-day, 
but citizen of to-morrow may take his place well equipped 
with all that is required to make him intelligent and pat- 



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riotic in the performance of all duties which our country 
and its laws may devolve upon him. 
Respectfully submitted, 

CHARLES G. CHICK, Chairman. 



Hyde Park, Jan. 30, 1893. 
At a regular meeting of the Hyde Park School Board 
the foregoing report was read and submitted by_ the chair- 
man, and it was thereupon voted that the same be adopted 
as the annual report of the full board. 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON, Secretary. 



REPORT OF SUB-COMMITTEE ON STEAM HEAT AT 
FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 



To the School Committee : 

The matter of supplying the Fairmount School building 
with steam heat having been referred to us with power, 
it is our pleasure to submit the following report of our 
action : 

As soon as practicable we had the building and chimney 
inspected by Mr. Fairbairn, and gathered such informa- 
tion as seemed proper to enable us to protect the interest 
of the town in any contracts that might be made. The 
plant at the Grew School seemed to give good satisfaction 
and proposals were asked in the local and Boston papers 
for one similar in kind and of proper capacity to warm 
this building. In reply bids were submitted as follows : 



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Moody &Co. 
D. C. Higgins 
S Coffin & Co. 
W. E. Bartlett 
Bueskel & Co. 
A. 13 Franklin 
D. P. Gosline 
Lynch & Woodward 



2254 70 

2639 

2150 

2208 

2075 

3987 . 

2145 



As but $2,000 had been appropriated to do this work 
none of these bids could be accepted without causing us to 
exceed the amount given us by the town for this purpose. 
This your committee would not do and recommended that 
all bids be rejected, which was done. Negotiations were 
then begun with parties with a view of obtaining a plant 
without exceeding the appropriations : these negotiations 
finally resulted in a contract with the Exeter Machine 
Works for a plant similar in all respects to that at the 
Grew building, for the sum of $1,842. The contract 
called for a steel tubular boiler, tested and made tight at 
150 lbs. hydrostatic pressure, with a certificate of inspec- 
tion and a policy of insurance for one year ; the plant to be 
of sufficient capacity to warm all the rooms of the building 
to a uniform temperature of 70 degrees, in all weathers, 
with all necessary connections and attachments. A bond 
was given, as required under the by-laws of the town for 
the faithful performance of the contract. 

The old chimney proved of sufficient capacity and the 
expense of a new one was avoided. The work was done 
during the summer vacation, and has been carefully in- 
spected by an expert in these matters, and we are satisfied 
that the work is well done. The capacitv has proved 
ample during the severe weather of the past winter. 
Should it fail to meet the requirements of the contract, the 
Exeter Machine Works stand ready to make good its con- 



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tract and their bond can be held for any failure in this par- 
ticular. We submit the following list of expenditures : 



Exeter Machine Works, contract 
Geo. H. Peare, labor and labor, . 
W. U. Fairbairn, inspecting 
Boston Herald Co., advertising 
Hyde Park Times, advertising 
Norfolk County Gazette, advertising 
Q. Dyer, hose .... 
W. H. Plummer, labor and stock 
Caleb Hall, labor and stock . 



11842 

27 30 

10 00 

45 50 

3 00 

2 50 
7 00 
9 50 

3 50 



-$1950 15 



Cr 



By amount of appropritaion. 
Balance unexpended. 



$2000 00 



$ 49 85 



By authority of the full committee one of the old fur- 
naces was transferred to the Damon School. Another has 
been sold to the Methodist church for $25, and negotiations 
are pending for the sale of one other. 
Respectfully submitted, 

JOSHUA F. LEWIS, 
AUGUSTA L. HANCHETT, 
CHARLES G. CHICK, 

Sub-Committee. 



REPORT OF EVENING DRAWING SCHOOL 



Hyde Park, Feb. 10, '93. 
C. G. Chick, Esc^., Chairman School Board : 

I herewith submit report of evening and drawing school 
for 1892 and '93. 

During January, February and March '92 the attendance 
fell off quite perceptibly, especially during last weeks of 
the term ; the Wednesday evening class suffering the 
most. With the approval of the committee on drawing 
school, the present term was announced to consist of two 
sessions each week instead of three, as heretofore. These 
sessions have been held on Mondays and Thursdays, the 
attendance being about equally divided. Mondays have 
been devoted to geometrical drawing, while on Thursdays 
elementary projection occupied the time ; this class con- 
sists largely of young men who attended last term, most 
of them having an excellent record of attendance. The 
total membership is 47; of this number 18 are from last term; 
the largest attendance, 36 ; smallest, 16 ; average, 30. 
There is no falling off in attendance as yet, and the interest 
appears good. The drawing boards, so kindly furnished 
by the committee, are appreciated by the school. The sub- 
stitution of gas for oil has given general satisfaction. We 
were pleased to receive calls from the committee and to 
note the interest taken by them in the school. 
Respectfully submitted, 

CHARLES H. FOGG, Instructor. 



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REPORT OF SCHOOLS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Principal. — ME. JERE M. HILL. 

Sub Masters: Mr Emerson Rice, Mr. Wm. H. Cannon. Assistants; 
Anna W". Edwards, Miss Isabel Eaton, Miss Anna M. Linscott. 



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206 


182 
205 


168 
198 


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56 



Pupils not absent nor tardy from January to June inclusive : Florence H. Maxim. 
Frank M. Fellows, Mary E. LaBourveau, Fred C. Putney, Willard B. Vose, Elsie M. 
Burgess, Arthur H. Howard, Ralph M. Jennings, Arthur C. Poore, John L. Sanborn. 
Mark E. Taylor, William E. West, Addie M. LaBourveau, John J. Rafter, Horace H. 
Sears, Edwin Sutermeister, Willie A. Sweet, Lewis A. Wells. 

Pupils not absent nor tardy from September to December inclusive: Frank M. 
Fellows, G. Fred Fellows, Lucius F. Hall, Robert E. Kendall, Mary E. LeBourveau. 
Emma F. Marr, Fred C. Putney, Elsie M. Burgess, Jennie Carrmgton, Walter L. 
Chei-rington, Arthur H. Howard, Mabelle C. Jenney, Arthur Newell, Edwin V. 
Noble, Grace Perry, Ada J. Poor, Arthur C. Poore, Geo. W. Rice, Martha J. 
Stephens, Mark E. Taylor, William E. West, Bertha L. Andrews, Louise C. Arent- 
zen, Helen Balkam, Adah I. Childs, Edward F. Crowley, Kate Farlin, Edith S. Has- 
kell, Henry N. Hill, Addie M. LaBourveau, Willie A. Sweet, Lou M. Adams, Jean- 
nette L. Arnold, Elvera M. Bloom, Ethel E. Bovnton, Alice M. Brown, William O. 
Bursch, Frederick A. Carleton, Herbert Clogston, Minnie G. Far well, Henry Fisb. 
William S. Hart, Harry G. Higbee, Willie T.Martin, Harold W. Mason, Joseph A. 
McDonough, Arthur H. Norris, Albert E. Rollins, Warren W. Scott, Frank D. 
Sears, Charles Sowden, Frank H. Stackpole, Madge D.Tucker, Harry E. Whitte- 
more, Ella F. Williams, Lulu M. Williams, 

Not absent nor tardy during the year: Frank M. Fellows, Mary E. LaBourveau. 
Fred C. Putney, Elsie M. Burgess, Arthur H. Howard, Arthur C. Poore, Mark E. 
Taylor, William E. West, Addie M. LeBourveau, William A. Sweet. 



BUTLEK SCHOOL. 



January 1, 

to June 30, 

1892. 



NAME OF TEACHER. 



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Class XI. 
Class XII, 

Sept. 1 
to Dec. 31, 

1892. 
Class XI. 
Class XII. 



Grace B. Gidney. 
Grace B, Gidney. 

Grace B. Gidney. 
Grace B. Gidney. 



13 


10 


9 


85 


99 





17 


13 


10 


79 


99.4 


1 


10 


9 


8.5 


97 


99.6 





24 


19 


15.5 


83 


99,2 


2 



Not absent nor tardy during third term ; Jane MeKenzie. 



155 

GREW SCHOOL. 



January 1 
to June 30, 

1892. 



NAMES OF TEACHEHS. 



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95 


88 


35 


91.2 


35 


32 


91 


32.5 


31 


95 


37 


35 


93 


43 


39 


91 


48 


43 


87.5 


40 


35 


87.5 


32 


28 


87 


40 


35 


88 


47 


36 


77 


34 


32 


94 


44 


42 


94 


40 


36 


90 


40 


38 


95 


35 


32 


92 


38.5 


37.4 


97 


41 


37 


90 


45 


42 


93 


48 


44 


92 


28 


25 


89 


34 


28 


82 





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Class V. 

VI. 
VII. 
VII. 
VIII. 
IX. 
IX, X. 
X. 
XI. 
XI, XII 
XII. 
Sept. 1 
to Dec. 31 

1892. 
Class V. 

VI. 

VI, VII. 

VII, VIII. 

" VIII. 

IX. 

IX. 
X. 

XI. 
" XII. 
" XII. 



Frank H. Dean, Mary A. 

Winslow 

Margaret A . Hanlon 

Margaret E. Bertram 

Blanche S. Brisrht 

Abbie A. Sutherland 

Belle D. Curtis 

Fannie E. Harlow 

Agnes J. Campbell 

Edna Cherrington 

Nellie M. Howes 

Bessie C. Sparrell 



Frank H. Dean, Mary A. 

Winslow .' 

Margaret A. Hanlon 

Margaret E . Bertram 

Blanche S. Bright 

Emma M. George 

Belle D. Curtis, Ada F. 

Whitney 

Fannie E. Harlow 

Agnes J.Campbell 

Nellie M. Howes 

Nellie M. Parsons 

Bessie C. Sparrell '. 



99 


3 


99 


6 


99 


4 


99 


2 


99 


2 


99 


3 


99 


4 


99 


2 


99 


1 


99 





99 





99.7 


7 


99.7 


9 


99 


5 


99 


7 


99 


3 


98 


4 


98 


5 


99 


7 


99 


5 


99 


1 


98 


1 



Pupils not obsent nor tardy during first term : Martha Richter, Maybell Taylor, 
Madge Tucker, A lonzo Orcutt, Joseph Rooney, Fred Stackpole, Fred Edenborg, 
Frank Mitchell, Grace Cowperthwaite, Carrie Hodgdon, Gertrude Mitchell, Lulu 
Wolfe, Charlie Evans, Chester Farwell, Emma Burgess, Carrie Higbee, Sadie 
Holmes, Richard Jank, Arthur Stockbridge, Frank Taylor, Henry Pringle, Guy Sher- 
man, Harriet Hodgdon, Helen Ho lthani, Willie Aborn, Waldo Heustis, George San- 
bora, Mabel Jewell, Cora Knapp, Florence Preston, Oscar Richter, Willie Towle, 
Isabel Higbee, Freddie Crowley, George Jank, Pearl Preston, Hedvig Stockbridge, 
Mabel Sweet, Harry Stackpole. 

Pupils not absent nor tardy during second term : Alice Brown, Minnie Farwell 
Martha Rickter, Maybell Taylor, Harry Higbee, Joseph McDonough, Joseph Rooney 
Edward Davis, David Murray, Fred Edenborg, Frank Mitchell, Carrie Hodgdon, 
Gertrude Mitchell, Emma Brown, Willie Carbejry, Charlie Evans, Chester Farwell, 
Morris Wild, Emma Burgess, Sadie Holmes, Fred Brigham, Ernest Tucker, Bella 
Becker, Annie Bartiett, Harriet Hodgdon, Bertha Stock'well, Rosamond Wild, Belle 
Kelley, Annie McDonough, George Knapp, John Cran, Waldo Heustis, George San- 
born, Thomas Buchan, Cora Knapp, Galen Hill, Oscar Richter, Willie Towle, Isabel 
Higbee, Gertrude Benton, George Jank, John Olson, Helen Burgess, Ella Rollins, 
Hilda Zingerman, Harry Stackpole, Edgar Drinkwater, Merton Alden, Arthur 
Bishop, Lester Flint, Arthur Hill, Willie Costley, Bertha Flint, Fannie Rooney. 

Third Term : Hilma Benson, Fred Edenborg, Frank Mitchell, Joseph Rooney, 
Charlie Evans, Henry Edenborg, Ethel Benson, Emma Brown, Chester Farwell, 
Elsie Drinkwater, Carrie Hodgdon, Sadie Holmes, Gertrude Mitchell, Blanche 
Baldwin, Harriet Hodgdon, Ernest Tucker, Ernest Hibbard, George Knapp, Lillie 
Benson, Cora Knapp, Florence Preston, Willie Benson, George Sanborn, Helen Hol- 
■ ham, Willie Aborn, John Coullahan, Albert Forbes, George Pagington, Isabel Hig- 



156 



bee, Ella Rollins, Pearl Preston, David Burns, Edward Gwiilim, John Alden, Lewis 
Little, Harry Stackpole, Frances Rooney, Amy Rollins, Mary Tibbetts, Mary Par- 
tridge, Fred Becker, Walter Drechesler, George Holmes, Bennie Wandless, Sarah 
Rannels, Willie Jank. 

Perfect in attednance for the year: Joseph Rooney, Fred Edenborg, Frank 
Mitchell, Charles Evans, Chester F.rwell, Sadie Holmes, Harriet Hodgdon, George 
Sanborn, Cora Knapp, Isabel Higbee, Harry Stackpole, Helen Holtham, Carrie 
Hodgdon, Gertrude Mitchell. 



DAMON SCHOOL. 



•January 1 

to June 30, 

1892. 



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6.2 


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9.13 


3.47 


92.8 


18.39 


92.5 


12.3 


84.8 


11.2 


82 


32.26 


89.8 


2.27 


90.8 


9.2 


95.6 


10.52 


95.6 


9.26 


93.8 


14.69 


94.8 


17.4 


94 


25.8 


94.7 


22.5 


94.1 



Class V. 

VI. 

" VII. 

" VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

XL 

" XII. 

Sept. 1 

to Dec. 31 

1892. 

Class V. 

VI. 

" VII. 

" VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

. " XL 

" XII. 



W. F. Say ward 

Mrs. E. de Senancour. 

Jidia E. Donovan 

Dora F. Hastings 

W. F. Say ward 

Mrs. E. de Senancour. 

Julia E. Donovan 

Dora F. Hastings 



3.22 
7.19 
10.48 
9.13 
19.86 
14.5 
13.4 
35.9 



2.5 
9.62 

11 
9.88 
15.5 
18.5 
27.2 
24.4 



99.5 
99.6 
99.8 

95 

93 
97.4 
97.9 
99.3 



99.7 
99.7 
99.9 
95 
98.7 
99.1 
99.4 



PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE. 



First Term : Willie Bradley, Fred Wood, Patrick Fleming 
Hartnett, Arthur Wood. 



Lillie Motte, Mary 



Second Term : Willie Bradley, Lillie Motte, John White, Walter Queen, Elsie 
Crocker, Robert Cochrane, Mamie Cogan, Fred Wood, Frank Mulvey, Julia Daggett, 
Edmund Gallant, Mary Hartnett, Loretta Cogan. 

Third Term : Willie Bradley, Lillie Motte, George Burby, Philip Fuller, Alonzo 
Dunbar, Bessie Evans. 



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GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 



January 1 
to .Tune 30, 

1892. 



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3 


99.1 


4 


99.3 


1 


99.3 


7 


99.5 





99.4 


3 


99.5 


3 


99.1 


1 


98-4 




99.6 


6 


99.7 


5 


99.5 


5 


99.3 


15 


99.7 


8 


99.4 


8 


99.4 


11 


99 


4 


98.9 





Class V. 

VI. 
" VII. 
" VIII. 

IX. 
X. 

" X, XI. 
XI, XII. 
" XII. 
Sept. 1 
to Dec. 31, 

1892. 
Class V. 

VI. 
" VII. 

" vm. 

IX. 
" IX, X. 
" X, XI. 
XI, XII. 
" XII. 



Daniel G. Thompson Car- 
rie H. Stevens 

Josephine E.Thompson... 

Annie B. Davis 

Sarah E. Koome 

Emily Woods 

Alma E. Batchekler 

Elizabeth B. Freeman 

Evelyn S. Howes 

Jennie E. Sutherland 



Daniel G. Thompson, Car- 
rie H. Stevens 

Annie B.Davis . 

Minnie L. Biitland 

Sarah E. Roome 

Emily Woods. 

Alma E. Batchekler 

Elizabeth B. Freeman 

Evelyn S. Howes 

Lena* B. Winter 



30 


30 


4!) 


42.8 


48 


45 


50 


45.2 


50 


46.8 


44 


40.6 


52 


49 


46 


40.5 


41 


34 


30 


29 


43 


42.3 


42 


35.5 


55 


51.1 


50 


47.5 


44 


42.2 


46 


44.7 


46 


41.2 


39 


38 



27.9 
40.9 

42 
41.8 

44 
37.1 
44.6 

37 
28.4 



27.2 
39.8 
32.1 
49.1 
45.4 
38.9 
42.7 
37.2 
34.2 



93 
95.5 
93.3 
92.5 

94 
91.4 

91 
91.1 
83.2 



93.8 
94.1 
90.4 
95.9 
95.6 
92.2 



PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE. 

First Term : Fred Carlton, Bradlee Rich, Lulu Williams, Fred Annis, Elise Barme, 
Stillman Griffin, Percy Phillips, Mary Steven, Lillia Alden, Bertha Davis, Ethel 
Monroe, Goldie Annis, Anna Barme. Hortense FoWle, Sanford Gillette, William 
Gunn, William Howe, Frank King, Charle9 Provonchee, Oliver Sartwell, John 
Bryce, George Carlton, Fanny Gunn, Ray Caller, Andrew Corbett, Ethel Palmer, 
Lizzie Wikon, Norman, Clogston, Kenneth Elwell, George Corbett, Walter Gallup. 
Bessie Gunn, Helen Mclntyre, Lizzie Plummer, Ida Mellen, Emma Chandler. 

Second Term : Jeannette Arnold, Ethel Boynton, Fred Carlton, Bradlee Rich, Elhi 
Williams, Lulu Williams, Florence Arentzen, Elise Barme, Rupert Bramwell, Maud 
Fennel], Stillman Griffin, Bertha Keene, Mary Steven, Alice Thayer, Gertrude 
Waters, Lillia Alden, Charles Arentzen, Carl Baker, Paul Burger, Guy Crooker, 
George Fisk, Sanford Gillette, Alice Hanscome, jjAnnie Hobby, Fred Oliver, Walter 
Ray, Goldie Annis, Hortense Fowle, Sidney Pennington, Charles Provonchee, Iva^ 
lieu Sartwell, Alice Haskell, John Bryce, Charles Cahill, Fred Tovfnsend, Margarete 
Holzer, Ray Caller, George Carlton, Ida Gates, Lizzie Wilson, Willa Crooker, 
Frank Chandler, Norman Clogston, Kenneth Elwell, Albert Holzer, Ashton Oliver, 
Willie Wood, Willie Barme, Victoria CronWall, William Gould, Bessie Gunn, Helen 
Mclntyre, Colin Mackenzie, Lizzie Plummer, Christena Steven, Edda N-ewman, 
George Brown, Finley Bryce, Mabel Jeffers, Ida Mellen, Alex Schwab, Albert 
Mclntyre, Mary Mogan, Leah Franklin. 

Third Term : Florence Arentzen, Carlton Cameron, Lulu Coan, Raymond Delano, 
Maud Fennell, Mary Steven, Sanford Gillette, Grace Granger, Bertha Holzer, Oliver 
Sartwell, Stillman Griffin, Arthur Brown, Hortense FoWle, William Neilson, Willie 
Tuckerman, Allen Wilson, John Bryce, Miriam Fisher, Clara Freeman, Ida Gates 
Fannie Gunn, Alice Hickey, Sidney Pennington, Charles Peary, Willa Crooker, Nor- 
man Clogston, George Carlton, Kenneth Elwell, Andrew Fisher, Esther Fennell, Ina 
Morton, Edwin Cameron, Frank Chandler, Charles Corwin, Albert Holzer, George 
Kenny, David Neilson, Ashton Oliver, George Brown, Laura Googins, Helen Mcln- 
tyre, Townsend Pennington, Lizzie Plummer, Florence Spaans, Minnie Weston : 
Elsie Downie, Frank Crooker, Maggie Bryce, James Cass» 



158 

PAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 



•January 1 
to June 30, 

1S92. 



NAME OF TEACHER. 



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VI. 
" VII. 
" VIII. 

IX. 
X. 

XI. 

•XII. A. 
"XII. B. 

Sept. 1 
to Dec. 31, 

1892. 
Class V. 

VI. 
" VII. 
" VIII. 

IX. 
X. 

XI. 

" XII. A. 
"XII.B. 



Edward W. Cros's,|Mary C. 

Howard ......... 

Mary I. Coggeshall — . ... 

Helen P. Cleaves 

Matilda H. P. dishing 

Jasephine P. Poole.. . . . 

Hattie F. Packard 

Jennie S. Hammond 

Helen A. Perry............. 

Helen O.Thompson.. 



Edward W. Cross, Mary C. 

Howard 

Mary I. Coggeshall 

Helen P. Cleaves. . . 

Matilda H. P. Gushing 

Margerita G. Roe. 

Hattie F. Packard 

Jennie S. Hammond 

Helen A. Perry 

Helen O. Thompson 



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25 


23.7 


22.7 


95.7 


29 


27.6 


25.2 


91.5 


33 


32.1 


29.7 


92.2 


39 


33 


29.8 


90.3 


50 


44.3 


39 


90.7 


50 


45 


40.5 


89.6 


40 


39.3 


36 


91.6 


53 


41.3 


35.4 


85.7 


52 


38 


34 


89 


27 


25.7 


25.1 


97.6 


29 


28 


27 


97.1 


35 


33.4 


30.7 


91.9 


43 


40.2 


38.1 


94.7 


50 


46 


43.4 


94.3 


45 


40.4 


37.1 


91.8 


43 


41.5 


39.3 


94.6 


47 


43.3 


39.7 


91.6 


00 


46 


45 


97.8 



99.8 
99.9 
99.4 

99 
99.3 
99.8 

99 
99.8 
98.9 



99.4 
99.9 
99.7 
98.6 
99.6 
99.8 
99.5 
99.6 
99.3 



19 
24 
21 
30 
22 
36 
29 
40 
42 



PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE. 

First Term : Elvera Bloom, Harold Mason, Mahlon Plummer, Ellen Barker, Frank 
C''owe, Daniel Felch, Richard Kendall, Albert Mackintosh, Marion Noyes, Stuart 
White Walter Morris, Louis Burnett, Stephen Fraxier, Alfred Millar, Ethel Millar, 
Herbert Morris, Hildur Bloom, Charles Graham, Sallie Kelley, Adeline Phipps, 
Susie Kelley, Fred McKenna, Louie Weld, Louise Aberle, Grace Alexander, Maude 
Cross, Robert LagoufE, Carrie McAskill, Gertrude Tileston, Lulu Scrivens 8 George 
Boss, Edward McCarthy, Idelle Tileston. 

Second Term ; Elvera Bloom, Harold Mason, Arthur Morris, Mahlon Plummer, 
James Raeder, Edwin Whiting, Frank Crowe, Daniel Felch, Richard Kendall, Alfred 
Mackintosh, Marion Noyes, WalterlNorris, Stuart White, Louis Burnett, Herbert 
Norris, Frank Rafter, Robert Scott, Wilber Williams, Charles Graham, Willie 
Miller, Adeline Phipps, Alexander Stockwell, Charles Withington, Alice Hackett, 
Maggie Lagouff, Robert Fiske, John Smith, Louise Aberle, Grace Alexander, Walter 
Henderson, Robert Lagoaff, Carrie McAskill, A liner Scott, Gertrude Tileston, Susie 
Wood, Harry Wood, Kenneth McAskill, Eddy McNeal Hetty Phipps, Lulu Scrivens, 
Bessie Scott, Ida Boynton, John Tileston. 

Third Term; Laura Atherton, Ellen Barker, Ida Brainard, Frank Crowe, Daniel 
Kelch, Percy Katzman, Richard Kendall, John Keane, Edwin Lindsay, Albert Mack- 
intosh, George Peabody, Harold Pring, Helen Ramseyer, Stuart White, Grace 
Damon, Arthur French, Rutledge Kelleher, Annie Scott, Edith Williams, Alice 
Woods, Robert Worrick, Winnifred Huestis, Adeline Phipps, Edward Williams, 
Morton Frost, Robert Henderson, Warren Kelleher, Margaret Lagouff, Jessie Mar» 
shall Fred McKenna, Lillian Palmer, Alice Williams, Annie Barney, Susie Wood, 
Maude Cross, Josephine Wasserboehr, Walter Henderson, John Smith, Ida Boynton, 
Kenneth McAskill, Bessie Scott, Ralph Thompson, Winnie Smith, Ethel Smith, 
Walter Powers, Alice Graham, George Cunningham, Gertrude Cox, Idelle Tileston, 
Helen Worden, Florence Perry, Charles Graham. 

Perfect for the year : Frank Crowe, Daniel Felch, Richard Kendall, Albert Maekin« 
tosh, Stuart White, Charles Graham, Adeline Phipps, 




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