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TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK. 



REPORTS OF THE SELECTMEN, TRUSTEES OF 

PUBLIC LIBRARY, SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 

AND OTHER TOWN OFFICERS, 



FOR THE 



Year Ending January 31, 1896. 




HYDE PARK: 

NORFOLK COUNTY GAZETTE JOB PRINT. 

1896. 



TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK. 



REPORTS OF THE SELECTMEN, TRUSTEES OF 

PUBLIC LIBRARY, SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 

AND OTHER TOWN OFFICERS, 



FOR THE 



Year Ending January 31/J896. 




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HYDE PARK: 

NORFOLK COUNTY GAZETTE JOB PRINT. 

1896. 



OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK, 

For the Year Ending March 2, 1896. 



SELECTMEN AND SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS : 

SAMUEL T. ELLIOTT, THOMAS S. WATERS, 

GEORGE E. WHITING, GEORGE MILES, 

CHARLES LEWIS. 



ASSESSORS : 

GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, CHARLES F. MORRISON, 

RANDOLPH P. MOSELEY. 



TOWN CLERK : 

HENRY B. TERRY. 



TOWN TREASURER : 

HENRY S. BUNTON. 



OVERSEERS OP THE POOR : 

GEORGE W. CHAPMAN .... term expires 1898, 

CHARLES LEWIS . . . . . . term expires 1897* 

GEORGE E. HAVEN term expires 1896. 

BOARD OF HEALTH : 

EDWIN C. FARWELL ..... term expires 1898, 

ALVIN D. HOLMES term expires 1897, 

JOHN C. LINCOLN term expires 1896. 



COLLECTOR OF TAXES : 

GEORGE SANFORD. 



SCHOOL COiVLVnTTEE : 

JOSHUA F. LEWIS term expires 1898 

ELLA F. BOYD term expires 1898 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON .... term expires 1897 

AUGUSTA L. HANCHETT .... term expires 1897 

CHARLES G. CHICK term expires 1896 

HELEN M. DEAN term expires 1896 



AUDITORS ! 



WALLACE D. LOVELL, 

WALLACE M. RHODES. 



ASA J. ADAMS 



TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

G. FRED GRIDLEY term expires 1898, 

EDMUND DAVIS term expires 1898, 

WILLIAM H. ALLES term expires 1898, 

AMOS H. BRAINARD term expires 1897, 

CHARLES F. JENNEY ..... term expires 1897, 

DAVID C. MARR term expires 1897, 

EDWARD S. HAY WARD .... term expires 1896, 

HENRY B. MINER . ... . . term expires 1896, 

JAMES R. CORTHELL term expires 1896, 



PARK COMMISSIONERS : 

WILBUR H. POWERS. JOHN J. ENNEKING, 

LAWSON B. BIDWELL. 



CONSTABLES : 

JAMES McKAY, WILLIAM W. SCOTT, 

SAMUEL P. SMITH, JAMES A. CULLEN, 

JOHN M. BROWN, ANDREW L. SHERMAN. 

DANIEL O'CONNELL, CHARLES E. JENNEY, 

ANDREW D. ROONEY. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT : 

WILLIAM HOLTHAM Chief Engineer, 

FREDERICK A. SWEET , _ a • f . -17 • 

FREDERICK T. GREENLOW ^ ' • Assistant n^nojiueeis. 



SELECTMEN'S REPORT 



Fellow Citizens of Hyde Paek : 

Your Board of Selectmen has completed its labors in con- 
nection with the administration of town affairs for the past 
year, and herewith presents for your consideration the usual 
annual report. 

In some respects the past year has been a peculiar one in 
regard to public work. Anticipating as we have the advent 
of sewerage in our streets at an early date, the new work 
undertaken has been only such as would be little injured by 
the excavating necessary for the sewers. 

It has been deemed wiser on the part of the Board to give 
careful attention to such parts of the work on streets as 
would yield the best results after the sewerage committee 
has finished its labors, than to expend money in large per- 
manent improvements, except where conditions existed ren- 
dering it especially desirable or necessary. 

We believe the town has reason to take pride in the pos- 
session of its splendid plant for providing road material, and 
no doubt very much of the material of this kind will be re- 
quired in sewer construction. No better plant can be found 
anywhere and we are sure the investment will prove a de- 
cidedly profitable one for the town. 

The Crusher was not completed read}^ fur work until quite 
late in the season, but sufficient work was done with it to 
abundantly satisfy the Board that it was well adapted to the 
needs of tli^^ town, both in point of capacity and quality of 
material furnished. This latter is a most important consid- 
eration for without it no really good road-work can be done. 

In this connection we cannot forbear to speak of one mat- 
ter which has already been brought to the attention of the 



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town in other ways, aud that is the prune importance of 
careful attention to newly macadamized streets. 

A small amount of careful and judicious work with the 
proper material on the surfaces of such roadways will keep 
them in perfect condition, while neglect even for a 
few years tends to ruin and waste. Once the streets 
throughout the town are thoroughly and scientifically con- 
structed on this plan, their care and maintenance in perfect 
condition can be accomplished with a very small yearly cost. 
In fact, much less than with any other form of road construc- 
tion such as would be adapted to our town. 

We recognize that before many years it will be desirable 
to pave Everett Square and the streets in the immediate 
vicinity where the teaming is so excessive that macadam 
construction is not desirable. 

The Board has pursued the policy followed by the Select- 
men in previous years in regard to the construction of side- 
walks, and upon petition by abutters desiring the construc- 
tion of concrete walks with edge stone, have constructed 
such walks in several parts of the town, the largest piece of 
work of this character being on Hyde Park Avenue, and 
the work in this locality has tended greatly to improve the 
appearance of the street which for many years has been 
much desired, as this Avenue is the main, thoroughfare to 
Boston. 

A portion of the sidewalk previously laid on this Avenue 
in the Hazelwood district has been lowered in some places 
to meet the new grade of the street, and we believe that this 
change will give universal satisfaction. 

A section of sidewalk on East River Street, beginning at 
the corner of Walter Street, has for the past two years been 
a source of considerable annoyance, and this has been 
thoroughly remedied by the raising of the sidewalk and an 
adjustment of the line of the street giving a proper roadway 
and preventing an overflow of water upon the walk. 



Another chapter on Metropolitan Avenue has been added 
to the history of that street and " the end is not yet." It 
should be remembered by the citizens that owing to the pe- 
culiar manner in which this street has been forced to the at- 
tention of the town, that no assessments for betterments can 
be made upon the parties receiving the most benefit. A 
new decree of the County Commissioners now calls for ad- 
ditional improvements on the street never heretofore con- 
templated, and we are free to say that we question the wis- 
dom of these additional improvements upon that street at 
this particular time. A very large amount of money has 
been expended already upon that avenue, entirely out of 
proportion to the direct needs of the community, and in a 
measure to the detriment and delay of equally, if not 
more important, work, in some other portions of the town. 

Several new streets have been added to the town during 
the past year and their construction accomplished in accord- 
ance with the original plans. Warren Avenue has been 
built in a substantial manner, the steepness of the grades 
rendering additional care and expense necessary to provide 
for surface drainage and to guard against the destruction of 
the street by storms and freshets, and we believe the plan of 
construction as recommended and carried out will prove sat- 
isfactory. 

Highland Street from Metropolitan Avenue has beon 
thoroughly constructed and we believe is in a very satisfac- 
tory condition. 

Regent Street and Chesterfield Street have also been 
placed in as gopd condition as would be warranted by the 
small amount of money appropriated to these streets. 

ACTIONS AT LAW. 

Actions pending against the Town in the Superior Court, 
Norfolk County : 

The case of Lomelia A. Bickford, Admrx., against the- 



Town, described in the last Annual Report, is still pending. 

On the 13th day of May, 1895, Richard Wood of this 
town brought an action returnable to the Superior Court on 
the first Monday of July, claiming damages in his wa^it in 
the sum of $800 for an alleged injury sustained by him on 
the 22d day of January of the same year, from an alleged 
defect on Austin Street by the alleged accumulation of snow 
and ice upon the sidewalk in front of premises No. 11 and 
No. 13 on that street. 

The action was upon the trial list at the January Sitting 
of the Superior Court and has been adjusted for the sum of 



Elizabeth Winslow, wife of Frank L. Winslow, brought 
an action against the Town on the 23d day of October, 
1895, returnable to the Superior Court for this County on 
the first Monday of December, in which she set her damages 
in the sum of $2000 for alleged injuries sustained on May 
20, 1895, by reason of being thrown out of her carriage on 
Water Street near its junction with Fairmount Avenue, in 
consequence, as she alleges, of the horse she was driving 
takino; frio-ht at the' steam roller then beins^ in use on Fair- 
mount Avenue. 

• This action is dismissed by an agreement to the entry 
"Neither Party." 

On the 9th day of September, 1895; Tliomas J. Meighan, 
son of Thomas Meighan of this town, brought an action re- 
turnable to the Superior Court on the first Monday of Nov- 
ember, in which he set liis damages at $5000, for an alleged 
injury received on the 28th day of December, 1894, in front 
ot the store occupied by Frank L. Hodgdon on Everett 
Square, from an alleged defect in the condition of the side- 
walk at that point, and the alleged accumulation of snow 
and ice thereon. 

This action has been settled by the agreement to pa}^ ^350. 



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FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

The Fire Department in Hyde Park continues to be main 
tained witti its usual efficiency, and we commend the report 
of the engineers to your careful consideration. The removal 
of the old lock-up fi-om the basement of the engine house 
has given much needed additional room to the Department 
and is greatly appreciated. 

The very satisfactory contract with the Water Company 
for fire hydrants, which your Board has had the pleasure of 
consummating, has greatly added to the efficiency of the De- 
partment by the increased number of hydrants. We desire 
to express our appreciation of the very generous and busi- 
ness-like way in which the Water Company have met your 
Board in the matter of a renewal of the contract, as well as 
in the carrying out of the provisions of that agreement. 

Sixty-nine of the seventy new hydrants have been located 
and set. The Board purposely reserved one hydrant to be 
located in case some especially desirable point should be 
found to exist by the engineers, where a hydrant should be 
located and which possibly might have been overlooked by 
the Board in making their additional locations. 

The payment for hydrant service seems to be appropri- 
ately provided for by the Corporation and National Bank 
Tax which for several years has been devoted to that pur- 
pose, and we recommend that the same appropriation be 

made for the ensuing year. 

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POLICE. 

We take pleasure in calling attention to the report of the 
Police Department, and we believe that Mr. McKay, the 
efficient Chief of the Department, is entitled to the gratitude 
of the citizens for the very satisfactor}^ manner in which he 
has administered the duties devolving upon him. No one 
could be more faithful in the fulfillment of his duties than 
Mr. McKay, and %\\q. jyersonnel oi the Department has felt 



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the influence of his dh-ection and leadership, and we believe 
are in thorough accord and are doing excellent work. 

The town now has a substantial and convenient buildino^ 
for lock-up and police headquarters which has gaeatly added 
to the dignity ®f the Departmen tand to the efficiency of its 
vs^ork, and furthermore has removed the stigma from the 
town which has attached to it in former years, by reason o 
the inadequate accommodations in this respect. 

APPROPRIATIONS. 

It has been the custom for several years for the retiring 
Board to include in its report recommendations as to the ap- 
propriations for the follovv^ing year. At present, however, 
in view of the uncertainty as to the action of the town in re- 
gard to sewerage, the Board does not feel justified in mark- 
ing out a line of action in advance of definite knowledge, 
and consequently refrains from making recommendations re- 
garding work upon the highways. 

It is probable that before the annual appropriation meet- 
ing shall have been held the question of the sewerage will 
have been settled, and the incoming Board can then arrange 
its plans in regard to street work with more certainty as to 
its proper relation to work on the sewers. 

In conclusion, we take pleasure in calling attention to the 
fact that the tax rate for the last year has been lower than 
any year since 1878, and we certainly believe that the con- 
dition of Hyde Park in regard to the various lines touched 
upon in this report, compares favorably with any of the 
surrounding towns. Very respectfully submitted, 

SAMUEL T. ELLIOTT, 
THOMAS S. WATERS, 
GEORGE E. WHITING, 
GEORGE MILES, 
CHARLES LEWIS, 

Selectmen of Il3'de Park. 



SYNOPSIS OF THE TOWN CLERK'S RECORD 
OF TOWN MEETINGS. 



The following statement shows in a condensed form the 
action of the town on the varions articles which have been 
before it for consideration the past year. 



Fehruai'y 25, 1895. A Town Meeting w^as held in 
"Music Hall," Avhen the following Articles were acted 
upon : 

Article 1. To choose a moderator to preside at said 
meeting. 

Mr. Amos H. Brainard was chosen moderator by ballot. 

Art. 2. To see if the town will vote to transfer the 
money received or" to be received from the Insurance Com- 
panies for damages to the Damon Schoolhouse by the late 
fire, to the School Incidental appropriation, and authorize 
the School Committee to repair and refurnish said school- 
house. 

It was voted to autliorze the School Committee to repair and re- 
furnish said schoolhouse, and to transfer the insurance money to 
School Incidentals. 

Adjourned. 



March 28, 1895. ""A Town Meeting was held in Waverly 
Hall, and the following Articles were acted upon : 

Article 1. To choose a moderator to preside at said 
meeting. 

James E. Cotter, Esq., was chosen. 

Art. 2. To see if the town will accept the list of jurors 
as prepared by the Selectmen and posted according to law. 

Amended and accepted. 

Art. 3. To hear the report of the Selectmen in regard 
to guide boards, and act thereon. 

Report made and accepted. 



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Art. 4. To see what disposition the town will make of 
the money received from dog licenses for the year 1894. 

To the Public Library for the purchase of new books. 

Art. 5. To see what compensation the town will vote to 
pay for collecting its taxes the current year. 

Same as last j^ear, 1 per cent. 

Art, 6. To fix the salaries of the town officers for the 
current municipal year. 

Same as last year. 

Art, 7. To fix the compensation of the engineers and 
the several memV)ers of the fire department, for their ser- 
vices the current municipal year. 

Same as last year. 

Art. 8, To see what discount the town will vote to al- 
low on all taxes paid on or before October 1, 1895 ; and 
what interest the town will vote to charge on taxes for the 
current year, when the same shall be overdue. 

No discount allowed, and interest at the rate of six per cent, per 
year charged on overdue taxes. 

Art. 9, To see if the town will appropriate one htmdred 
and fifty dollars to Post 121, Grand Army of the Republic, 
for the expense of decorating the graves of deceased sol- 
diers . 

So appropriated. 

Art. 10. To see if the town will apporpriate the money 
now in the hands of the Treasurer, received by him as side- 
walk, street or Board of Health assessments or betterments, 
and all money which shall be received by him the current 
year on account of such assessments or betterments, for the 
purpose of constructing or repairing public ways. 

So appropriated. 

Art. 11, To see if the town will appropriate the money 
to be received this year by the Town Treasurer, for or on 
account of Corporation and National Bank Taxes, for the 



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payment of the fire hydrant service of the town. 

So appropriated. 

Art. 12. To see if the town will authorize its Selectmen 
to contract in behalf of the town with the Hyde Park Water 
Company for additional fire hydrants. 

So authorized. 

Art. 13. To hear the report of the Selectmen laying 
out Highland St., between Milton Ave. and Metropolitan 
Ave., as a public town way, and to see if the town will accept 
and allow said laying out with the boundaries and admeas- 
urements of said way as shown by report, plan and profile 
now on file in the Town Clerk's ofiice, and appropriate 
money to construct the same. 

Report read and accepted. 

Art. 14. To see what action the town will take reo;ard- 
ing the purchase of a new stone crushing plant, and the ap- 
propriation of money therefor. 

Selectmen authorized to purchase, and $5000 appropriated therefor. 

Art. 15. To see if the town will authorize the Selectmen 
to purchase materials for the construction and repair of 
streets and sidewalks, and appropriate money therefor. 

So authorized, and $500 appropriated therefor. 

Art. 16. "To hear and act on a report of the Park 

Commission relating to land in the vicinity of High Rock, 

including a portion of the Sumner farm, and to see what 

sum of money the town will appropriate for park purposes 

and to determine how the same shall be raised." 

Treasurer authorized to borrow $21,000 for Park purposes. Loan to 
run thirty years. 

Art. 17. To see if the town will vote to build a lock-up 

and appropriate money therefor. 

So voted, and $1800 appropriated, and a three years loan author- 
ized therefor. 

Art. 18. " To see if the town will vote to purchase laud 
and erect a schoolhouse in the Readville district at or near 



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the Camp Ground, so called, and appropriate money there- 
for." 

See Article 22. 

Art. 19. To see what amount the town will vote to 
raise by taxation, to meet the expenses of the town the cur- 
rent year, the deficiencies of last year, and the notes and 
bonds of the town maturing the present year, and how the 
same shall be appropriated. 

Voted to raise by taxation tlie present year one tiundred and four- 
teen thousand, eigtit hundred and fifty-nine and 1-100 dollars, and to 
appropriate the same as follows : — 

Support of Schools : — 

Teachers, Janitors and Fuel . . $32,500 00 

Incidentals 3,200 00 

Text Books and Supplies . . 2,000 00 

Evening Schools .... 700 00 

Industrial School .... 100 00 

Repairs on Grew School . . 1,000 00 

$39,500 00 

For Bonds and Notes 7,000 00 

- Interest 2,000 00 

" Public Library 1,850 00 

" Highways — Current Expenses ($1,000 of which to 

be used for watering streets) .... 7,000 00 

" Hio-hways — Permanent Improvements . . . 6,000 00 

'♦ Warren, Hyde Park and Central Park Avenues . 6,000 00 

" Stone Crusher Plant 1,000 00 

'. Board of Health, 2,500 00 

♦« Incidentals 7,100 00 

•• Salaries 3,475 00 

.. Police 6,500 00 

♦« Support of Poor . ....... 3,00000 

For Street Lights 8,000 00 

" Fire Department 6,500 00 

♦• Grand Army, Post 121 150 00 

•♦ Fairview Cemetery ji,. ...... 2,00000 

•♦ Highland Street 1.270 00 

" Material for Streets 600 00 

Voted in 1894 and payable in 1895 ..... 4,514 01 

$114,859 01 



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Art. 20. To hear the report of the Committee appointed 
Nov. 28, 1894, to consider the subject of a " water supply" 
for the town, to act thereon, and to take such further action 
in said premises as the town may deem proper. 

Report made and placed on file. Selectmen instructed to call 
meeting for vote upon question of purchase, and petition General 
Court lor further legislation in the premises. 

Art. 21. "To see if the town will vote to elect at its 
annual meeting in 1896 three Park' Commissioners, one for 
one year, one for two years, and one for three years, and 
will vote to elect thereafter at each annual meeting one 
Park Commissioner for the term of three years." 

So voted. 

Art. 22. "To see what action the town will take to 
provide additional accommodations for the public schools." 

Articles 18 and 22 referred to Messrs. Charles G. Chick, Andrew- 
Washburn, Joshua F. Lewis, James R. Corthell and Stephen B. 
Balkara, as a Committee, to consider and report to the town. 

Art. 23. To see what action the town will take reo^ard- 

ing a system of sewerage for this town. 

Messrs. Robert Bleakie, Charles F. Light, Francis W. Darling, 
Percy M. Blake and James D. McAvoy, were appointed a committee 
with full powers to employ assistance and expend money in consid- 
ing this subject, and to report, in print, to the town, with such sug- 
gestions as they deem proper for the be«t interests of the town. 

Art. 24. " To see if the town will authorize the Select- 
men to obtain plans and estimates of the cost of construct- 
ing a public way from the eastern end of Damon Street to 
Central Park Avenue." 

So authorized. Also instructed to consider the whole subject of a 
crossing anywhere between the Hyde Park and Readville Stations. 

Art. 25. To see if the town will, by vote, change the 

name of the public way now known as Central Park Avenue 

to Hyde Park Avenue ; and also change the name of that 

portion of the public way now known as Hyde Park Avenue 

which lies between Eiver Street and Central Park Avenue. 

The name of Central Park Avenue changed to Hyde Park Avenue ; 
tl^e naming, of that part of Hyde Park Avenue desQrjLbed in the last 



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clause of this article relerrerl to the Selectmen with full powers, after 
hearing the residents on said avenue, to name it. 

Art. 26. To see if the town will authorize its Collector 
of Taxes to use all means of collecting the taxes which a 
Town Treasurer, when appointed a collector, may use. 

So authorized. 

Art. 27. To see what amount the town will authorize its 
Treasurer to borrow, in anticipation of the tax to be levied 
the current year. 

Authorized to borrow $80,000. 

Art. 28. To see if the towb will authorize its Treasurer, 
with the approval of the Selectmen, to borrow money to re- 
new or replace any loan or loans. 

So authorized. 



Afril 22^ iSgs- A Town Meeting was held in Waverly 
Hall, when the following Articles were acted upon, viz : — 

Article 1. To choose a moderator to preside at said 
meeting. 

Mr. Frank B. Rich was chosen by ballot. 

Art. 2. To see if the town will vote to purchase the 
franchise, corporate property, and all the rights and privi- 
leges of the Hyde Park Water Company, in accordance 
■with the provisions of Chapter ninety-one (91) of the Acts 
and Eesolves passed by the General Court of Massachusetts 
in the year 1884. 

The vote on this question to be by ballot ' ' yes " or 
"no" in answer to the following question : — " Shall the 
Town of Hyde Park purchase the franchise, corporate prop- 
erty, and all the rights and privileges of the Hyde Park 
Water Company, in accordance with the provisions of 
Chapter ninety-one of the Acts and Resolves passed by the 
General Court of Massachusetts in the year 1884." 

In accordance with a vote of the town at its last meeting, 



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the polls must be " kept open at least five hours, a part of 
which time shall be in the evening." 

The polls were opened at 3.05 p. m. and closed at 8.80 p. m. The. 
State ballot box and the voting list were used ; 435 ballots were cast^ 
of which 246 were in the affirmative and 189 in the negative. Not. 
the necessary two-thirds. 

Art. 3. In case the town, under Article 2, by a two- 
thirds vote, assents to said purchase, then to see if the- 
town will appoint a committee to confer with the Hyde^ 
Park Water Company for the purpose of ascertaining a 
price which may be mutually agreed upon between said 
corporation and this town for the purchase aforesaid, this 
committee to report their findings to the town at a future 
meeting. 

Adjourned without taking up Ailicle 3. 



June 26, i8gj. A Town Meeting was held in Waverly 
Hall, and the following Articles were acted upon, viz. : — 

Article 1. To choose a moderator to preside at said 
meeting. 

James E. Cotter, Esq., was chosen by ballot. 

Art. 2. To hear the report of the Selectmen laying out 
Pleasant Street, between Beacon Street and Vose Avenue, 
as a public town w^ay, and to see if the town w411 accept 
and allow said laying out with the boundaries and admeas- 
urements of said way as shown by report, plan and profile 
now on file in the Town Clerk's ofiice, and appropriate 
money to construct the same. 

Accepted and allowed, and $950 appropriated therefor. 

Art. 3. To see if the town will make an additional ap- 
propriation for the purpose of building and furnishing a 
lock-up, and to see how said money shall be raised. 

$1,800 appropriated therefor, to be raised by taxation next year, 
and treasurer authorized to borrow said sum. 

Arc. 4. "To hear the report of the committee appointed 

March 28 last, to consider the matters of erecting a school 



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building on the ' camp ground,' so called, and for providing 
additional school accommodations and to act thereon." 

Report made, amended, and accepted in part. 

Art. 5. "To see what sum the town will vote to raise 

for the purchase of lands for school purposes and for the 

erection of new school buildings, and how the same shall be 

raised and expended." 

The sira of $16,000 was appropriated for the purchase of lands and 
the erev^dou of three small schoolhouses, and Messrs. Richard M. 
Johnson, Frederick N. Tirrell, Isaac Bullard, Thomas S Waters and 
Charles Haley were appointed a committee to carry this vote into 
effect. The treasurer was authorized to borrow said sum, to be 
paid in eight equal annual payments of $2,000 each. 

Art. 6. To see if the town will vote to accept the pro- 
visions of Chapter 433 of the Acts and Resolves of the 
.^General Court of the present year. 

This is an act which will leo;alize the vote 
of this town passed March 28, 1895, purport- 
ing to authorize the town treasurer to borrow 
$21,000 for purposes of a park in the vicinity 
of " high rock," provided the tov/n votes by 
a majority vote, at this MEETiNa to accept 
the provisions of said act. If the town at 

THIS MEETING REFUSES to ACCEPT Said act, 

then said vote of the town passed last March 

remains unaffected by said act. 

A ballot was had under this Article and the check list used. There 
were 147 votes for acceptance, and 231 votes against acceptance. 
Not accepted. 

Art. 7. To see if the town will authorize and empower 

its Selectmen to contract in its behalf with the Hyde Park 

Water Company, for a supply of water for fire purposes, 

the term of such contract to begin at the expiration of the 

term of the town's present contract with said Company. 

The Selectmen were authorized to so contract for at least 175 hy- 
drants, for the sum ol not more than $5,500 per year, for the term 
often years beginning Oct. 1. 1895. 



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Art. 8. To hear the report of the Selectmeu as to plans 
and estimates of the cost of constructing a public way from 
the "eastern end of Damon Street to Central Park Ave- 
nue;" also as to the feasibility of a crossing at or near 
Glen wood Avenue, and at any point "between the Hyda 
Park and Readville stations." Also to take any action in 
said premises and to appropriate money for constructing anv 
such crossing. 

The Selectmen made a report and illustrated it by views~shown 
upon a screen by means of a lantern. The meeting thanked the 
Selectmen for their " able and instructive " presentation of the report 
and gave them further time to make a final report. 

Adjourned. 



Dec. 10, i8()j. A Town Meetiag was held in "VVaverly 
Hall, and the following Articles were acted upon, viz. : — 

Article 1. To choose a moderator to preside at said 
meeting. 

Charles F. Light, Esq., chosen by ballot. 

Art. 2. "To see if the town will vote to amend its By- 
Laws by striking out Art. 1 of the provisions thereof relat- 
ing to Truants." 

Voted to so amend. 

Art. 3. "To see if the town will vote to readopt Arts. 
2 to 7 inclusive of its By-Laws relating to Truants, and to 
designate said articles when readopted consecutively from 1 
to 6 inclusive." 

Said articles were readopted and renumbered. 

Art. 4. To see if the town will authorize its Selectmeu 
to contract in behalf of the town with the Hyde Park 
Water Company for additional fire hydrants. 

Authorized to so contract for three hydrants at $25 each per year. 

Art. 5. To see how much money the town will raise and 
appropriate for expenses of its Committee on Sewerage. 

$1,000 appropriated ; to be raised by taxation next year. 



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Art. 6. "To see what sum the town will appropriate 
for School Incidentals and how the same shall be raised. 

$1,100 appropriated ; to be raised by taxation next year. 

Art. 7. "To see if the town will appropriate $1,400 for 
Salaries, Janitors and Fuel, in its school department and 
how same shall be raised." 

$1,400 appropriated ; to be raised by taxation next year. 

Art. 8. To see if the town will raise and aj^propriate 
three thousand dollars to finish its school houses now in 
process of construction. 

$3,000 appropriated ; to be raised by taxation next year. 

Art. 9. To see if the town will raise and appropriate an 
additional sum of money for Incidentals. 

$800 appropriated ; to be raised by taxation next year. 

Art. 10. To see if the town will raise and appropriate 

an additional sum of money for the Highways Department. 

$2,000 appropriated, and to be transferred from money now in tiie 
treasury received as " fines in criminal cases," 

Art. 11. To see if the town will make an additional ap- 
propriation for the purpose of finishing the Lock-up, and to 
see how said money shall be raised. 

$500 appropriated, and to be transferred from money now in the 
treasury received as " fines in criminal cases.'' 

Art. 12. To hear the second report of the Selectmen as 
to plans and estimates of the cost of constructing a public 
way from the "eastern end of Damon Street to Central 
Park Avenue," also as to the feasibility of a crossing at or 
near Glenwood Avenue, and at any point "between the 
Hyde Park and Readville stations." Also to take any 
action in said premises and to appropriate money for con- 
structing any such crossing. 

Report made by Mr. Samnel T. Elliott. Several plans of crossings, 
surroundings, etc., shown on a screen by the use of a lantern. With- 
out other action this article was indefinitely postponed. 

Adjourned at 8.45 P. M. 



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT. 



BIRTHS. 



Number of births registered in Hyde Park in 1895 . . 301 

Males . . . . . ... . . . 140 

Females 161 

The parentage of the children is as follows : 

Both parents American . 112 

Irish 38 

Scotch 4 

English 5 

Swedes 2 

Russian 5 

Germans 1 

Italian I 

of British Provinces 32 

Mixed, one parent American 69 

Both parents of other nationalities 32 

Born in January, 23 ; February, 26 ; March, 22 ; April, 19 ; May, 
27 ; June, 32 ; July, 36 ; August, 22 ; September, 23 ; October, 25 ; 
November, 22 ; December, 24. 

MARRIAGES. 

Number of intentions of marriages issued in 1895 . . . 115 

•' " marriages registered in 1895 .... 119 

Oldest groom 75 

" bride 58 

Youngest groom 19 

bride . 16 

Both parties born in United States 53 

" " *' *' Ireland 6 

" " " " England 1 

•' " Scotland 1 

" " " '• Russia ....... 1 

*• " «• << British Provinces 8 

" " " " other foreign countries .... 11 

Foreign and American ........ 38 



22 

Married in January, 12; February, 16; March, 4; April, 10; May, 
2 ; June, 9 ; July, 6 ; August, 7 ; September, 15 ; October, 16 ; No- 
vember, 10 ; December, 12. 



The following are the names and residences of the parties whose 
marriages were solemnized in 1895, certificates of which have been 
filed in this office : — 

Jan. 1. Edwin E. Manter and D. Edith McElwain, both of Hyde 

Park. 
16. William H. Inglis of Boston, and Emma G. Mitchell of 

Hyde Park. 
•' 26. James L. Morris and Mary E. Flanagan, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 31. Frank E. Bridgman and Mary L. Parkhurst, both of 

Hyde Park. 
•• 3. John Dickson of Milton, and Ottelia A. Anderson of 

Quincy. 
" 31. Lewis F. Hamblen of Boston, and Ella A. Humphrey of 

Hyde Park. 
♦• 21. George Parsons and Delia McCabe, both of Hyde Park. 
" 18. Arthur B. See and Hattie F, Warner, both of Provi- 
dence. R. I. 
" 14. Clarence R. Snow and Ida E. Dame, both of Hyde Park. 
" 10. Eaward F. GafFaey and Mary A. Leonard, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 1. Theodore F. Andrew of Hyde Park, and Mabel Spencer 

ofScituate. 
•' 10. John J. Kelleher and Margaret H. Coleman, both of 

Hyde Park. 
Feb. 26. Charles A. F. Tacey and Caroline E. Conley, both of 

Hyde Park. 
" 26. Michael F. Brown and Emily A. Towner, both of Hyde 

Park. 
•' 24. James F. Burns and Sarah A. Concannon, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 21. Joseph McKeon and Isabella King, both or Hyde Park. 
" 21. Arthur E. Devlin and Annie E. Monahan, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 20. William F. Powers and Annie E. Rielly, both of Hyde 

Park. 
•• 18. Samuel W. Libby and Winnifred Fitzgerald, both of 

Hvde Park. 



23 

Feb. 5. Aloys Burkard of Quincv, and Marv SchaeLze of Hyde 
Park. 
•• 6. James A. King of Boston, and Maude L. Day ot Hyde 

Park. 
♦• 11. William J. McGuire and Alice A. Ogden, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 18. Marshall Cheverie and Lucy Burns, both of Hyde Park. 
" 19. Clifford A. Jones and Louise M. Wheeler, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 28. Millidge G. Sanders and Florence E. Belcher, both of 

Hyde Park. 
" 20. Addison Center of Salem, and Sarah E. Ingersoll of Hyde 

Park, 
" 21. Frank St. John and Edna Cropper, both of Hyde Park. 
" 25. Edward D. Orpen and Penelope Wetherbee, both of Hyde 
Park. 
Mar, 4. William F. Adams of Litchfield, Me., and Julia E. Hunk- 
ings of Hyde Park. 
" 25. Herbert Ripley and Sadie L. Littlefield, both of Hyde Park 
•• 27. William H. Richardson and Mary L. Grant, both of Port- 
land, Me. 
" 13. Gustav R. Boettcher and Elizabeth M. King, both of Hyde 
Park. 
April 2. Parker J. Jones of Hyde Park, and Annie E. Hunter of 
Danielsonville, Conn. 
*• 12. Henry P. Entwistle and Maria Clegg, both ot Lowell. 
" 3. Edmund D. Palmer and Fannie L. Preston, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 18. Albert E. Marsters and Lotten Johanson, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 24. Allen S. Simmons of New Bedford, and Abby L. Hart of 

Hyde Park. 
'• 17. Joseph B. McGinley and Margaret Connor, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 18. Henry Wood and Sarah Dunn, both of Hyde Park. 
" 16. Martin A. Riley and Emma J. Motte, of Hyde Park. 
" 25. Andrew F. Pendergast and Annie C. Savage, both of 

Hyde Park. 
" 24. Harry E. Gleason of Hyde Park, and Ellen R. Washburn 
of Boston. 
May 11. George W. Delano and Edith Riley, both of Hyde Park. 
29. Henry M.Roberts and Edith E.Foster, both of Hyde Park. 



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24 

June 3. Samuel J. J. Watson of Dedham, and Nellie F. Hamilton 
of Hyde Park. 
•" 5. Edwin D. Worthington of Hyde Park, and Laura Way- 

land of Boston. 
^' 12. Warren E. Stockwell of Bellows Falls, Vt., and Annie B. 
LeBourveau of Hyde Park. 
26. William F. Scott and Rachel A. Young, both of Hyde 
Park. 
" 20. Jacob L. Daniman of Boston, and Esther Dolby of Hyde 
Park. 
19. Ralph A. Stevens of Hyde Park, and Elizabeth C. Fear- 
ing of Hingham. 
*• 18. Frederick W. Brown of Hyde Park, and Maude Hoxie of 
Boston. 
13. Thomas Shaw of Boston, and Ruth B. Covell of Hyde 
Park. 
" 17. John MclSTamara and Catherine K. Lucey, both of Hyde 
Park. 
July 15. Louis Martell and Anna Dejardiu, both of Hyde Park. 
" 30. Frank E. Norris and Susie S. Farnsworth, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 14. John W. Davenport of Canton, and Maria E. Ryan of 

Hyde Park. 
'* 23. Aldert D. Winchenbaugh of Boston and Jennie C. Kir- 
win, of Hyde Park. 
" 4. Patrick Gallagher and Lena Micestline, both of Hyde 

Park. 
3. Charles T. Griffiths and Martha Sowden, both of Hyde 
Park. 
Aug. 25. Arthur F. Main of Worcester, and Althera E. Hayward 
of Hyde Park. 
22. Fred A. Hall and Lucy R. Barney, both of Hyde Park. 
" 22. Roger Mullene and Kate Durgan, both of Hyde Park. 
^' 20. George Lawson of Hyde Park, and Mary B. Welton of 

Boston. 
" 7. Frederick W. Hanson of Worcester, and Ella G. De- 

Young of Hyde Park. 
*' 31. Joseph Pearson of Hyde Park, and Delia Scanlon of 

Dedham. 
*' 1. John Sullivan and Bridget Paddon, both of Hyde Park. 

Sept. 26. Patrick J. Battle and Mary E. Cullen, both of Hyde Park. 
" 23. Michael Canavan and Alice Nolan, both of Hyde Park. 



25 

Sept- 18. John E. Whittle of Cambridge and Margaret E. Kelley 

of Hyde Par li. 
2. James R. Lynn and Mary Gallagher, both of Hyde Park. 
2. Thomas Kennedy of Cambridge, and Mary Ward of Hyde 

Park. 

29, William A. Krug and Lena M. Muller, both of Hyde Park. 
26. Arthur H. Burt of Hyde Park, and Bessie C. George of 

Wrentham. 
25. Eugene W. Simmons of Hyde Park, and Eva A. Page of 

Boston. 
25. August A. Nichols and Harriet A. Ptobble, both of Hyde 

Park. 
18. Stephen Van R. Crosby of Boston, and Henrietta M, 

Grew of Hyde Park. 
18. Eugene J. B. Cuguin and Anna M. Staab, both of Boston. 
12. Silas D. Perry of Wayne, Me., and Emma A. Davenport 

of Hyde Park. 
18. Ernest S. Whelpley of Boston, and Lillian F. Cunning- 
ham of Hyde Park. 
25. John E. Wingood of Ansonia, Conn., and Susan A. Bul- 

lard of Hyde Park. 

21. William J. Elder and Mattie L. Scrivens, both of Hyde 

Park. 
Oct. 30. Seth R. Maker and Bertha B. Robeson, both of Boston. 
24. William W. Lewis and Nellie C. Wilcombe, both ot Hyde 

Park. 
16. John Neilson and Jane B. Morgan both of Hyde Park. 
31. Edward J. McNaught of Dedham, and Louise B. Balloch 

of Hyde Park. 

30. Andrew T. Frost of Hyde Park, and Lida A. Forbes of 
Boston. 

30. John H. Burke of Hyde Park and Sarah L. Day of Ded- 
ham. 

23. George T. Sherman and Selina Moreshead, both of Hyde 
Park. 

22. Andrew Heath and Elizabeth A. P. Brewster, both of 
Hyde Park. 

9. Guy B. Carter of Boston, and Sarah C. Tappan of Hyde 

Park. 
7. James H. Paine of Boston, and Ida L. Fitton of Hyde 

Park. 
5. Arthur W. Cook of Hyde Park, and Luetta J. Forristali 

of Stouffhton. 



26 

Oct. 30. Arthur Gorman and Margaret E. Foley, both of Hyde 
Park. 
" 24. Hugh E. Ross of Cambridge, and Agnes T. Bresnahan of 
Hyde Park. 
23. Patrick Foley and Mary O'Grady, both of Hyde Park. 
" 8. William P. Walsh of Lynn, and Margaret E. Foley of 

Hyde Park. 
. " 2. Frank F. Lovell of West Boylston, and Annie L. Powers 

of Hyde Park. 
Nov. 13. Norman F. Frazier of Dedham, and Mary A. Buchanan 
of Hyde Park. 
" 27. Benjamin Porter of Boston, and Lizzie E. Ord of Hyde 
Park. 
6. Walter H. Brown and Lillian M. Fitton, both of Hyde 
Park. 
" 12. John B. Powers of Dunstable, and Ella M. Borden of 
Hyde Park. 
19. Alfred J. Podbury and Nellie G. Carter, both of Hyde 
Park. 
•• 18. Albert F. Conant of Hyde Park, and Laura M. Carey of 

Boston. 
" 27. Lewis A. Langmaid of Hyde Park, and Flora M. Smith 

of Hallowell, Me. 
'• 25. Leander E. Cobb of Hyde Park, and Annie R. GafFney of 

Dedham. 
" 19. George W. Conlan and Mary J. McCormack, both of 

Hyde Park. 
" 27. John Corrigan and Margaret Duffy, both of Hyde Park. 
Dec. 12. J. Richardson Gunnarson of Boston, and Annie J. Nor- 
ling of Hyde Park. 
" 19. Edgar L. Stahl of Milton, and Dena C. Rosin of Hyde 

Park. 
•« 11. Alexander W. Corbett and Margaret J. Strachan, both of 

Hyde Park. 
" 24. Roland E. Gibson and Eliza L. Shaw, both of Hyde Park. 
" 8. Patrick Barry of Fall River, and Marion Etherington of 

Hyde Park. 
*' 19. Stephen T. Bacypunske of Hyde Park, and Bridget E. 

Connors of South Boston. 
" 10. Joel E. Backus of Boston, and Margaret Haskell of Hyde 

Park. 
" 30. Augustus Lapointe and Emma Lalinn. both of Hyde Park. 



27 



Dec, 5. James Powers of Dedham, and Margaret Groves of Hyde 
Park. 
•• 8. John T. Perry of Shirley, and Mary E. Cleeves of Hyde 

Park. 
•• 19, Albert Hurst and Lillian M. Brown, both of Hyde 

Park. 
• 23. Daniel McAskill of Hyde Park, and Annie McAskill of 
Canibridgeport. 



DEATHS. 

Number of deaths in Hyde Park, and of residents of this town who 

died elsewhere in this Commonwealth in 1895 . . . 217 

Males 109 

Females 108 

Born in the United States 171 

Ireland 27 

" British Provinces 8 

Scotland 4 

England 3 

•• Germany 1 

" Switzerland 1 

" Sweden 1 

'• Norway . . . , "1 

AGES. 



Stillborn . 


. 


Under one year 




Between 1 and 


5 years 




5 '• 


10 " 




10 " 


20 " 




20 ♦• 


30 '• 




30 " 


40 •• 




40 " 


50 " 




50 •• 


60 " 




60 ♦• 


70 " 




70 '« 


80 •• 




80 " 


90 " 




90 " 


100 " 



14 

44 

26 

7 

6 

19. 
21 
12 
13 
22 
20 
10 
3 



28 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



Accident .... 
Gonsumption, pneumonia, 

or other lung diseases 
Cholera infantum or other 

bowel diseases . 
Diphtheria . . 

Throat diseases (other 

than diphtheria) 
Cancer and tumor . 
Marasmus .... 
Scarlet fever 
Whooping cough 



16 


Peritonitis . . . . 


7 




La Grippe and influenza 


4 


35 


Meningitis . 


9 




Heart disease . 


15 


15 


Typhoid fever . 


1 


6 


Paralysis and apoplexy 


15 




Stillborn . . 


14 


7 


Old age ... 


5 


9 


Bright's disease 


4 


5 


Inanition . 


3 


2 


Convulsions . '. 


6 


2 


Various other diseases 


. 37 



m 



The following are the names of those who died in Hyde Park and 
of residents ot Hyde Park who died elsewhere, during the year 1895. 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



James V. Poor. 

Genish 

Annie E. Sullivan ... 

LiOttie M. Aixon 

Jolin iS. Perry 

Patrick Farringtun... 

Estabrook 

Hugo E- E. Roman... 

Louisa McMahon 

Alois Hurley . . . . 

Josepliine Hagenbuig, 

Fred L. Littlefleld 

Lilly B. Broadbridge 

Catherine Lucey 

Lydia E Anderson. . . . 

Welch 

Jeannette R. Mills 

Mary Magee 

Emma R. Homans . . . ■ 

.Jof eph Healey 

Tlieodore D.Weld 

A bner Davis 

Helen B. Crocker 

Harriet C. Kimball 

Samuel S. Jefferds.. . 

Etta L. Russell 

Francis Fox 

Alice E. Rooney 

Elizabeth Willett 

Jeremiah Kelleher 

Prudence W. Russell.. 

Stephen Hall 

Catherine Coughlin 

Sarah Dutton 

Edward Corcoran 

F ancis A. Gallagher.. 

Robert R. Lord 

E d ward J. Bo wen 

William W. Steven 

Herman H. Wells 

Patrick Welch 

Nancy Pattee 

Louis G. Nelson 

Alice Brown 

Bridget Kingston 

McFec 

Sarah McFee 

Rebecca Crumpler 

Johanna Burns 

Mary Estabrook 

John F. Saunders 

Ann Leonard 

Walts R. Stockbridge. 

Annie Collins 

JohnH. Ward 

Hannah H McCarthy. 

Haunora Foley. 

George Pierce 

Helen L. Weston 



70 



1 13 

11 28 



Paralysis. 

Stillborn. 

Convulsions. 

Phthisis pulmonalis. 

Cerebral meningitis. 

Railroad accident. 

Stillborn. 

Croupus diphtheria. 

Convulsions. 

Whooping cough. 

Pulmonary tuberculosis. 

Phthisis. 

Peritonitis. 

Whooping cough. 

Cancer of liver. 

Stillborn. 

Carcinoma uteri. 

Cancer of stomach and liver. 

Peritonitis. 

Exhaustion. 

01<i age. 

Influenza. 

Malignant disease of bowels. 

Apoplexy. 

Convulsions. 

Pneumonia. 

Phthisis pulmonalis. 

Endocarditis. 

Pneumonia. 

Old age. 

Cancer of stomach. 

Chronic bronchitis. 

Chronic intestinal nephritis. 

Congestion of lungs. 

Capillary bronchitis. 

Cerebro "spinal meningitis. 

Pul. tuberculosis. 

La Grippe. 

Asphyxia. 

Old age. 

La Gi'ippe. 

Peritonitis. 

General debility. 

Stillborn. 

Peritonitis. 

Fibvoid tumor. 

Shock. 

Pneumonia. 

Found dead in bed. 

Pneumonia. 

Concussion of spine. 

Acute phthisis. 

Pneumonia. 

La Grippe. 

Pneumonia. 

Paralysis of heart. 

Meningitis. 



30 
Deaths — Continued. 



30 

2 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

6 

9 

10 

11 

19 

19 

30 

21 

23 

35 

29 

2 

fj 

9 

9 

11 

11 

11 

13 

16 

24 

24 

25 

26 

27 

30 

30 

31 

2 

2 

15 
15 
16 
16 

28 
28 
29 
2 
4 
6 
8 
10 
12 
16 
36 
16 
18 
19 
21 
23 
26 
26 
28 
39 



Johanna Welch 

Maximillian K. Wirth 

Mary E. Davis 

Susan L. Tuttle 

Ellen Lynch 

Emily E. Lindgren... 

Kelleher 

Henry C. Stark 

Bartlett H. Hardy 

James B. McKenzie.. 

Elizabeth Manion 

Myron A. Farnsworth 
Henry E. Geauvreau.. 

Mary'L. Toole 

Katie Friede 

John Dray 

EMzabeth Mullen 

John F. Powers 

Charles Hodgdon 

Robert D. White 

Owen J.Caffrey 

Thomas J. McGrath.. 

Herman Newton 

Annie Purcell 

MaryB. Troy 

Josiah P. Higgins 

Anna Hall 

Margaret G.Conlay... 

Harold K. Do well 

Louise Nelson 

Rufus K.Rich 

Helen S. Newcomb — 

Johanna Morrison 

Bennett 

Earl S. Newcomb 

Edmond L. Chace 

Mary E. Friede 

Balier 

Catherine Brooks 

Devine 

Maria Devine 

Andrew Long 

John Rnbinorvitz 

Edith E. Upton 

Margaret Boland 

Eiserman 

Susan Bonney 

James Babcock 

Nellie C. Brady 

Margaret A. Dray 

Martha M.Hill ■ 

Thomas B. Wylie...... 

Louis Barrett 

Richard Sullivan 

Harold A Davenport. 

Peter Kelley 

William Bradley 

Alfred E. Burr 

Selena W. AUstrum... 
Joseph J. O'Flaherty.. 
Ann C. Durkin 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Apoplexy. 

Railroad accident. 

Membraneous croup. 

Cancer. 

Chronic heart disease. 

Membraneous croup. 

Stillborn. 

Cancer of throat. 

Apoplexy. 

Acute gastritis. 

Valvular heart disease. 

Broncho pneumonia. 

Laryngismus stridulus. 

Phythisis pulmonalis. 

Gangrene of foot. 

Apoplexy. 

Brights d'isease. 

Measles and bronchitis. 

Phthisis pulmonalis. 

INIeningitis. 

Riiilroad accident. 

Pericarditis. 

Puuemonia. 

Brights disease. 

©holera infantum. 

Hypertroply val. of heart. 

Phthisis. 

Railroad accident. 

Anaemia. 

Phthisis. 

Disease of heart. 

Scarlet fever. 

Cardiac dropsy. 

Stillborn. 

Scarlet fever. 

Consumption. 

Diphtheria. 

Stillborn. 

General debility. 

Stillborn. 

Child birth. 

Heart disease. 

Convulsions. 

Puerperal peritonitis. 

Congestion Oif lungs. 

Stillborn. 

Carcinoma of spleen. 

Softening of brain, 

Hemorrhage & heart failurcii 

Consumption. 

Cerebral apoplexy. 

Marasmus. 

Inanition. 

Diphtheria. 

Accidental hemorrhage. 

Phthisis pulmonalis. 

Heart disease. 

Cancer. 

Suicide by drowning. 

Marasmus. 

Inanition. 



31 

Deaths — Continued.. 



July 29 

30 

30 

31 

Aug. 2 

5 

4 

10 

10 

12 

13 

14 

14 

15 

15 

15 

18 

18 

18 

18 

20 

21 

21 

22 

24 

25 

25 

27 

29 

29 

31 

Sept 2 

3 

3 

3 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

6 

6 

7 

9 

11 

13 

13 

17 

19 

22 

22 

23 

25 

26 

27 

Ocb 3 

5 

8 

11 

13 



Joseph Hill 

Mabel Johnson 

Samuel McKee 

Vera V. Fraser 

Timothy Minor 

Arthur W. Story 

Caroline L. Cristy 

William D. G411is 

Frances Powell 

John L. McKenna 

James E. Dunn 

George W. Tyler 

Abby S.Ham 

Judson M. Kennie 

Bertha E. Lowry ,.. 

Morgiana C. F. Hunnewell 

Margaret Quigley 

Carle A. Weaver 

Julia A . Gillis 

Winfleld S. Lawrence 

Sophia Felton 

William H. Phelps 

Doris E. Soule 

Leon P. Cheek 

JohnT. Costello ... 

Audrey L. Kelley 

Ada e! Lord .. 

Geoi-ge G. Lord 

Nellie M. Coyle 

O'Brien 

James Rooney 

Rachael Coleman 

Bridget Feeney 

Mary Benusang 

Cushing Webber 

Cecil A. Foley 

Frederick Bragan 

Erasmus D. Swallow 

Martha A. Raynes 

Frederick G. Clark 

Mary J.Brown 

Frederick Cunning 

Mary C. Lewis 

Burke 

EllaB. Hedges 

EmmaE. Blake 

John D. Mallard 

Jessie Campbell 

Euphemia H. Kaddie...... 

John H. Storer 

David J. Halloran 

Margaret E. Archer 

Ann Newman.., 

Alfred D.Hale 

Delia M. Havey 

Margaret J. Richards 

Frederick A. Carr 

Louis Garnot 

ElishaB. Bradford 

Caroline L. Smith 

Lena B. Vroom 



T. 


M. 


91 


5 


^^ 




- 


S 


33 





65 


11 





1 


IS 


10 


8 


11 


21 


— 


64 


3 


67 


— 


36 


— 





5 


81 


8 


59 


— 


— 


11 


29 


8 


1 


2 


78 


— 


44 


— 





10 










— 




10 


2 


27 


H 


1 


1 


30 


2 


3 


10 





7 


— 


5 


8 


— 


71 













— 


8 


66 


7 


51 


9 


16 


10 


65 


— 


— 


8 


76 


8 


24 


9 


.56 


3 


66 


2 


• 


3 





9 


1 





26 







^ 


68 


11 


3 


11 


23 


4 


48 


8 


1 


5 





10 


84 





56 


7 


37 


1 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Catarrh of stomach, 

Cyanosis. 

Apoplexy. 

Cholera infantum. 

Asphyxia. 

Accidentally crushed. 

Chronic hepatitis. 

Accidental burning. 

Phthisis pulmonalis. 

Accidental drowning. 

Railroad accident. 

Bright's disease. 

Tuberculosis. 

Railroad accident. 

Cholera infantum. 

Apoplexy. 

Cancer. 

Meningitis. 

Peritonitis. 

Cholera infantum. 

Geneial paralysis. 

Rheumatism of heart. 

Convulsions. 

Laryngismus stridulus. 

Cholera infantum. 

Peritonitis. 

Anaemia. 

Marasmus. 

Phthisis pulmonalis. 

Stillborn. 

Diphtheria. 

Entero collitis. 

Marasmus. 

Cholera morbus. 

Ulceration of stomach. 

Entero collitis. 

Cholera infantum, 

Cancer. 

Heart failure. 

Accidental internal injury. 

Coma diabeticum. 

Entero collitis. 

Paralysis. 

Stillborn. 

Consumption. 

Valvular heart disease. 

Dysentery. 

Cholera infantum. 

Cholera infantum. 

Hydrocephaia. 

Phthisis pulmonalis. 

Cholera infantum. 

Typhoid fever. 

Cerebral meningitis. 

Found drowned. 

Aneurism. 

Diarrhoea. 

Marasmus. 

Old age. 

Aneurism. 

Septicaemia. 



32 
Deaths — Concluded. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Savage 

Emeline J. Conley... 
Charles M.Austin... 
Charles W. Trow. . . . 

Frank Cotter 

Charles H. Kyder 

AVithington 

Coleman Kelley 

Varlla F. Dyer 

Francis W. "White 

John Adams 

Albert F. Drinkwater 

James Xewell , 

James S. Quinn , 

.James J. Hickey 

Annie E. Pierce 

.John Haulon 

Annie Martel 

Winslow 

Nettle Pfyffer 

Bertram M. Gleason... 

James Carroll 

George .J. Burns 

Mary W iggin 

Mary P. Druramond.. 
Margaret E. O'Nei!. . 

Adaline T. .Joslyn 

Ijouis Roseunbfume.. . 

John Campbell 

Frank E. McManus. . . 

Alberts. Dunn 

Sarah Martin 

Patrick Cremin 

Margaret S. Swinton.. 

Thomas Burke 

Delia Tierney 

Margaret E, Burnley. 



AGES 




M. 


M. 


D. 








1 


7 


20 


21 


3 


18 


66 


7 


20 


80 


4 


25 


44 


4 


8 


25 








77 


5 


4 


4 


5 


9 


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59 


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72 


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77 


11 


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70 


11 


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CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Stillborn. 

Tuberculosis. 

Kailroad accident. 

Heart disease. 

Phthisis pulmonalis. 

Laryngeal tuberculosis. 

Stillborn. 

RiiR-oad accident. 

Heart disease. 

Tubercular meningitis. 

Valvular disease of heart. 

Spinal disease. 

Convulsions. 

Tuberculosis rectum. 

Bright's disease. 

Paralysis. 

Valvular heart disease. 

C;ipillary bronchitis. 

Stillborn. 

Cancer. 

Meningitis. 

Phthisis pulmonalis. 

Acute meningitis. 

Old age. 

Apoplexy. 

Endocarditis. 

Pneumonia. 

Diphtheria. 

Valvular heart disease. 

Diphtheria. 

Tuberculosis. 

Inanition. 

Railroad accident. 

Heart failure. 

Paralysis. 

Phthisis. 

Measles and pneumonia. 



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

Respectfully submitted, 

HENLU^ B. TERRY, 

Town Clerk. 



THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE PARK 
COMMISSIONERS. 



1. From the remarks and speeches made at various 
times during the year, we infer that many citizens are in 
favor of small local parks. If any land is secured for such 
purposes at low rates, it will be necessary, when opportuni- 
ty offers, to act promptly. With this in view, we recom- 
mend the appropriation of $2,000 in 1896 for park purposes. 

2. Your Commissioners deem it for the best interests of 
the town to have one Commissioner elected each year for a 
three years' term, instead of three Commissioners for a one 
year term. Therefore we requested that a proper article 
be inserted in the town warrant. And we prepared, and 
the Secretary offered under this article, the following mo- 
tion : 

Moved, that the town at its annual election in 1896, elect three 
Park Commissioners, one for one year, one lor two j^ears, and one 
for three years ; and that thereafter at each anmial election the town 
elect one Commissioner for the term of three years. 

This motion was adopted. We are of the opinion that 
this change in the term of office will tend to a conservative 
and continuous policy, which is much better than an uncer- 
certain and shifting one. 

3. A proposition was presented to the Legislature of 
1895 to allow the Metropolitan Commissioners to abandon, 
reconvey or sell at public auction or otherwise, any park 
land, by consent of the Governor and Council. From our 
experience and observation, believing that local boards 
were, as a rule, better acquainted with the exact lines and 
boundaries of parks in their locality, than any Metropolitan 



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Commission, and could tlierefore prevent undesirable 
chano;es in lines beino- made to suit the ends of owners on 
the borders of parks, we drafted and proposed an amend- 
ment that such abandonment or resale should be done " with 
the concurrence of the majority of the Board of Park Com- 
missioners, if any, of the city or town in which the property 
is situated." This amendment was offered by our Repre- 
sentative in the House, and was adopted and is now a part 
of the law. 

4. Your Commission, in the performance of its duties, 
requested the Selectmen to insert the following article in 
the warrant for the town meeting to be held March 28, 
1895 : 

" To hear and act on a report of the Park Commissioners relating 
■to land in the vicinity of High Rock, including a portion of the Sum- 
iiier farm, and to see what sum of money the town will appropriate 
ior park purposes, and to determine how the same shall be raised." 

At that meeting the following report was read by the 
Secretary and later placed on tile with the town records : 

To THE Citizens of Hyde Park : — Your Park Com- 
missioners deem it wise to ask you to appropriate twenty- 
one thousand dollars to purchase about thirty acres of the 
Sumner estate, including High Rock, and also a piece of 
laud adjoining, which belongs to the Real Estate & Building 
Company. The agents of the Sumner estate offer the thirty 
acres at seventeen thousand dollars, and the Real Estate & 
Building Company offer the additional land at one cent per 
foot. In 1894 the thirty acres was assessed with other 
lands in the same estate at five hundred dollars per acre, 
making a gross sum of fifteen thousand dollars for the Park 
which we propose to take. The land belonging to the 
Real Estate & Building Company is divided into lots, but 
we think the average assessment would be in excess of the 
price for which the Company offers to sell it to the town. 



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The proposed park contains an excellent athletic field and 
play ground, a fine natural spring of water, many places 
suitable for picnics or, in summer, to rest in the cool shade, 
and presents many beautiful views. We recommend that 
the money be raised by the issuing of bonds or notes of the 
town, payable in thirty equal annual instalments. In our 
opinion to purchase at the price stated will prove a good 
investment from every standpoint. 

It was then moved that the Treasurer be authorized to 
borrow $21,000 to be used for purchasing land in the vicin- 
ity of High Rock for Park purposes, and for improvements 
thereon, and to give the notes or bonds of the town there- 
for ; said sum to be paid in thirty equal annual instalments, 
the first payment to become due in 1896. 

This was adopted by a vote of 394 in the afiirmative and 
14 in the negative. 

The town treasurer, in the usual way, solicited proposals 
for the bonds thus authorized, and the lowest bid was ac- 
cepted. Some questioned the legality of the vote while 
others maintained that it was valid, and the money loaner 
requested that its legality be put beyond question by an act 
of the Legislature. Certain citizens appeared before the 
Committee of the Legislature and opposed the enabling act ; 
some on the £"round that this small sum ought to be raised 
in ten years instead of thirty, and others that we did not 
need the park, or that it was useless or expensive. The 
Legislature passed the following act : 

Chap. 433. an act to authorize the town of hyde pauk to incur 
indebtedness for park purposes. 

Be it enacted, etc., as follows : 

Section 1. Tiie town of Hyde Park for the purpose of purchasing 
land in the vicinity of High Rock for park purposes and for improve- 
ments thereon, may borrow twenty-one thousand dollars, and may 
issiie bonds therelor payable in thirty equal annual instalments, the 
first instalment to become due upon the first day of May in the year 



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eighteen hundred and ninety- six. The bonds shall be dated the first 
day of May in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, shall bear 
interest at the rate of four per cent, per annum, payable semi-annu- 
ally on the first days of November and May of each year, and shall 
be in demoninations of five hundred and one hundred dollars each, 
but the provisions of chapter twenty-nine of the Public Statutes and 
acts in amendment thereof shall otherwise apply to such indebted- 
ness. 

Section 2. The vote of the town of Hyde Park passed on the 
twenty-eighth daj' of March in the year eighteen hundred and ninety- 
five, authorizing the treasurer of said town to borrow twenty-one 
thousand dollars for the park purposes named in section one of this 
act is hereby confirmed and declared legal and valid. 

Section 3. This act shall take eflTect upon its acceptance by a 
majority vote of the voters of said town present and voting thereon 
at a legal town meeting called for the purpose within one year from 
its passage. 

Approved May 20, 1895. 

On June 26, 1895, a town meeting was held, article 6 

reading as follows : 

"To see if the town will vote to accept the provisions of Chapter 
433 of the Acts and Resolves of the General Court of the present 
year. This is an act which will legalize the vote of this town, passed 
March 28, 1895, purporting to authorize the town Treasurer to borrow 
$21,000 for purposes of a park in the vicinity of " High Rock " pro- 
vided the town votes by a majority vote at this meeting to accept the 
provisions of said act. If the town at this meeting refuses to accept 
said act, then said vote of the town passed last March remains unaf- 
fected by said act." 

The vote was taken by a " yes and no ballot," 147 voting 
in the affirmative and 231 in the negative. 

According to the opinion of able lawyers, this does not 
prevent the present Commissioners or their successors from 
making a contract with the land owners to jjurchase the 
land, and then compel payment through the courts. It also 
permits the Treasurer to borrow the money at any rate of 
interest of any one who will accept the loan without any 
enabling act. Or if brought before the town in due form, 
this act may be voted on at any time or many times between 



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now and May 9, 1896. Your present Board, regardless of 
their own opinion, refused to take any further action in the 
premises, believing that majorities rule, that it was fair to 
interpret this vote of June 26th as an instruction not to buy, 
and that the citizens should be the final judges of what they 
want. It is, however, an undesirable situation, and we 
recommend that an article be inserted iu the next town war- 
rant, under which the town can either accept the enabling 
act before quoted, or can rescind the vote passed the 28th 
day of March, 1895, so that the matter can be finally dis- 
posed of by the town. 

5. As many changes must necessarily occur intheRead- 
ville District in the near future, it would seem advisable 
from the economical standpoint that the Park- way proposed 
between Stony Brook and Blue Hill Reservations be lai<l 
out and built next year. But this is beyond the jurisdiction 
of this Board. It could, however, be brought before the 
Legislature, on petition, if a sufficient number of citizens 
are interested. 

The Metropolitan Board at present have no money with 
which to construct ways, and as some of the towns are urging 
their claims with much force and pertinacity, it is quite 
probable they will throw the burden of obtaining an appro- 
priation from the Legislature, for any specific park way, 
upon the advocates of the measure. One town, at its own 
expense, is obtaining releases and terms of sale from all 
land owners, to ascertain the probable cost of the proposed 
way. If there is a predominant sentiment in Hyde Park 
in favor of this improvement, some method of expressing it 
might lead to good results. In order to have a fair chance 
for success, any attempt in this direction must receive the 
hearty co-operation of our citizens. The advantages of a 
Boulevard connecting these two reservations, can hardly be 
overestimated from any standpoint. Yet it costs our town 



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no more to have this road built than it does to have the 
same sum expended by the Metropolitan Commission, in 
any other town in the Metropolitan District. We pay our 
proportion the same as for MetroJDolitan Parks. 

With these suggestions we leave the matter to the good 
common sense of our citizens. 

JOHN J. ENNEKING, 
WILBUE H. POWERS, Secretary, 
LAWSON B. BIDWELL, 
Park Commissioners 

for the Town of Hyde Park. 



CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS' REPORT^ 



The Cemetery Commissioners submit their fourth annual 
report for the financial year ending Jan. 31, 1896. They 
have received $6,553.89, as follows : 



Sale of lots, 


$2,6S0 00 




Single graves, 


235 00 




Interment and receiving' tomb charges, 


466 00 




Foundation for monuments, 


181 14 




Sale of wood. 


32 50 




Balance from last year. 


959 25- 




Total, 


$4,553 89 




Appropriation, 


2,000 00 








$6,553 89 


Expense, labor, etc., 


$2,640 03 




Paid Town Treasurer for lots, 


2,680 00 




Single graves. 


235 00 




Paid for land, 


175 00 


$5,730 03 







Balance on band, $823 8& 

For statement of receipts and expenditures see financial 
statement accompanying this report. 

During the past year the Commissioners have extended 
Fairview, Magnolia, Poplar, and Aspen Avenues, and Haz- 
el path. They have laid out and graded lots in several dif- 
ferent parts of the cemetery ; also graded a large section 
for single graves. They have laid 1,000 feet of drain pipe, 
which will drain a large proportion of the cemetery. 

The Commissioners intend to erect sign-boards with the 
names of the avenues or paths in the parts of the cemetery 
which are completed, and they expect also, early next 
spring, to lay water pipes in different sections of the ceme- 
tery. 



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An appropriation of $500 by the town is recommended 
by the Commissioners, this being fifteen hundred dollars 
less than last year. 

STATISTICS. 





1892. 


1893. 1994. 1895. 


Total 


Number of lots sold, 


16 


16 19 29 


80 


Interments in lots, 


10 


40 16 39 


105 


Interments in single 


graves, 


22 32 59 


113 


In receiving tomb, 




11 9 

GEORGE M. RICE, 








GEORGE E. WHITING 


) 






CHARLES F. JENNEY 


> 






Commissioners. 



POLICE REPORT. 



To THE HOXORABLE BOARD OF SELECTMEN : 

Gentlemen — I respectfully submit herewith the annual re- 
port of this department for the year ending Jan. 31, 1896. 

Number of persons arrested, 250 
Males. 233 
Females, 17 

CAUSES FOR ARREST. 

Drunkenness (simple) , 162 

Drunkenness (common) , 3 

Disturbing the peace, 14 

Assault and battery, 12 

Vagrancy, 5 

Breaking and entering, 4 

Larceny, 7 

Larceny from a building, 1 

Cruelty to animals, 3 

Assault witti intent to kill, 2 

Assault on an officer, 1 

Assault with intent to maim, 2 

Forgery, 1 

Embezzlement, 1 

Liquor nuisance, 4 

Illegal keeping of liquor, 3 

Illegal sale of liquor, 1 

Indecent exposure, 1 

Violation of Metropolitan Park Laws, 3 

Converting mortgaged property, 1 

Concealing mortgaged property, 1 

Selling mortgaged property, 1 

Stealing fruit, 2 

Keeping unlicensed dog, 1 

Common railer and brawler, 1 

Profanity, 1 

Insane, 9 

Other offences, 3 

250 



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MISCELLAXEOUS. 

Travellers lodged in station house over night, 2980 

Cases investigated without arrest, 227 

Stores found open at night, 16 

Search warrants lor intoxicating liquor, 11 

Lost children restored to parents, " 3 

Amount of fines imposed by Court, $1,869.00 

Number of persons fined, 167 

Imprisonment imposed by Court, 6 years 2 months. 

Stolen property recovered, value, $471.00 

FINAL DISPOSITION OF CASES. 

Committed to House ot Correction, 84 

Committed to Insane Asylum, 9 

Turned over to State Board of Lunacy and Charity, 1 

Turned over to parents, 1 

Turned over to other oflicers, 4 

Let off on probation, 25 

Let off on payment of fine, 111 

Discharged, 10 

Cases on file, 2 

Awaiting trial, 3 

.250 

Since the last annual report the department has moved 
into the new qtiarters provided by the town, which are a 
decided improvement over the old ones. The cell room is 
well lighted, w^arm and dry, and pi-isoners are now separat- 
ed from the travellers who apply nightly for lodgiugs, and 
we are enabled to keep the lock-np in a clean and healthy 
condition. The office and officers' quarters are ample and 
commodious. Complaints have frequently reached us for 
better protection in the Clarendon Hills district. Although 
the force has been increased during the year the appropria- 
tion made would not admit of a regular patrolman in that 
vicinity, and I trust this may be remedied the coming year. 
A night patrol was placed on the old Camp Ground and 
vicinity early in the spring, owing to the large floating pop- 
ulation employed on the new mile track, most of whom 



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came from other States and who camp upon the grouhcls. 
A night man has been phiced on Fairmount and vicinity. 
Keadville and Hyde Park Avenue above the woollen mill 
have also been provided for. Several special officers have 
been assigned to duty on Sundays and holidays. 

Few crimes of a serious nature have been committed dur- 
ing the year as will be seen from the report herewith. A 
large number of complaints have been investigated without 
arrest, many of them outside our jurisdiction, but to which 
we gave our attention for the peaceful interests of all con- 
cerned. 

The Street Railway has added largely to the duties 
of the department. The vicinity of Hyde Park Avenue and 
West River Street has, on pleasant evenings and Sundays 
required the attention of an officer constantly, owing to the 
large number of people who congregate there to take pas- 
sage in the cars. It is anticipated that travel will materially 
increase the coming year owing to the extension of the 
tracks to Milton Lower Mills, and to the completion of the 
new mile track at Readville early in the season. Although 
the larger part ©f the new mile track will be located in Ded- 
ham, entrance to the same will be through our town, and 
during the occupancy of the grounds for trotting purposes 
a police force will necessarily be required there, as the 
people who visit the place will come largely from surround- 
ing towns and cities. Race track gatherings usually draw 
an element from near-by cities Avhose presence is not desir- 
able, and who live largely at the expense of others. 

During the financial year ending January 31, 1896, 
2,980 travellers were cared for, against 3,411 in the year 
ending January 31, 1895, and 4,731 in the year ending 
January 31, 1894. 

I would recommend that the force be increased at least 
one man during the coming year. 



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In conclusion, I respectfully tender my thanks to the 
public and to the Board of Selectmen for their cordial sup- 
port during the year, trusting that the department has been 
conducted in a satisfactory manner with the force at my 
disposal. 

JAMES McKAY, 
Chief of Police and Keeper of Lock-up. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH. 



To THE Citizens of Hyde Park : 

The Board of Health herewith submits its annual report. 

The work of this year has been in about the same line as 
years^before. Complaints of different kinds, care in regard 
to the spread of contagious diseases, and carrying out the 
laws in relation to plumbing contracts. 

Most of the complaints to the Board have proved on in- 
vestigation to be well founded. A few did not come under 
the jurisdiction of the Board. About one hundred and fifty 
complaints have been received in relation to overflowing 
cesspools, vaults in bad condition, wet land, filthy houses 
and yards, dead animals, and swine kept without permits. 

In order that the work of the Board might be carried on 
to better advantage, and those having business to bring be- 
fore the Board could receive proper attention, the Secretary 
was instructed to be at the Board of Health rooms one hour 
each day to receive all communications and to attend to any 
matters which might come up for action, and we have found 
that this has been a great help in the management of the 
work of the Board. 

SANITARY. 

"We consider the sanitary condition of our town in most 
parts, fair. We hope the town will adopt the report of the 
committee appointed by the town to look into the matter of 
a system of sewerage, and begin at once to construct such 
system, and thus put us in condition to guard against conta- 
gious and malarial diseases, the occurrence of which we be- 
lieve to be favored by our present system of drainage. 
Privy vaults continue to be an intolerable nuisance and are, 



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in a measure, responsible for sickness which might other- 
wise be avoided. The change in the system of clearing 
vaults and cesspools is perfectly satisfactory to the Board, 
and we believe to most of the citizens. The cost of the work 
is more than it should be, but on account of the distance to 
the place used for dumping we have been unable to change 
this up to the present time. The Board will be only too 
willing to make any changes which will lessen the cost to 
individuals having this work done. We invite the most 
thorough and careful investigation into this matter, and are 
confident that the citizens will find that the Board are doing 
all in their power to make this service acceptable to them. 

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. 

There has been quite an increase in the cases of contagi- 
ous diseases, although in some respects we have fared better 
than some of the towns about us. The increase in cases of 
measles has given a large total for this year. We find that 
in cities and towns where a hospital is provided that patients 
receive in most cases better care, the contagion is less liable 
to spread; and deaths are less frequent. We hope the time 
will come when we can have this help in our work. 

The following is the report of cases for this year : 



Diphtheria, 




22 


cases 


with 6 


Scarlet Fever, 




35 




" 2 


Measles, 




99 




" 


Typhoid Fever, 




16 




" 1 


Membraneous Cr 


cup, 


1 




" 1 


Total, 




173 




" 10 



COLLECTING OFFAL. 

The contract for collecting ofiial for the year was given to 
the lowest bidder, Mr. E. M. Cundall, he giving Mrs. Hu- 
kin the right to collect on the route covered by her teams 
for several years. Owing to the change in collector, to 
whom the work was new, and also to an increase in the 



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number of places, a great many have not received the atten- 
tion they should ; but we trust that by another year, who- 
ever does the work, this will not occur again. 

SWINE. 

The complaints are coming in more and more each year 
in regard to keeping swine in the thickly settled portions of 
the town. No one is allowed to keep swine without a per- 
mit, and all permits which are granted with the provision 
that if complaint is made they will be cancelled. Orders 
have been given to several parties to dispose of swine kept 
without permit, and such orders have been complied with. 

PLUMBING. 

In this branch of our work there is much to do each year. 
On the 1st of May, C. T. Lovell resigned as Inspector, he 
being unable to attend to the work on account of other 
duties. J. C. Savage was appointed to take his place. 
This made a vacancy in the office of Assistant Inspector and 
S. G. Gifford was appointed Assistant. Tho work has, in 
most cases, been done in a satisfactory manner, and Ave be- 
lieve that the town will be greatly benefitted by the enforce- 
ment of the plumbing laws. 

The Board of Examiners have examined two candidates 
as master plumbers, and one as journeyman, and licenses 
were granted in all cases. 

The Inspector, in his report to the Board, calls attention 
to the fact that under the new laws work which has in a 
great many cases been hardly up to the standard, is now 
done as required. The number of jobs inspected was about 
one hundred and thirty. There were forty-two cases where 
rules were not complied with, which were attended to when 
attention was called to them. A few cases where notices 
were sent old work was inspected and the result made 
known to the Board. 



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We agree with our Inspector in the statement that our 
plumbing is equal, as regards sanitary requirements, \tith 
any of our sister towns or cities. 



EEGULATIONS OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH 

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 necessarj for the 
public health and safety, respecting nuisances, sources of filth, and 
causes of sickness within its town. Whoever violates any such reg- 
ulation shall forfeit a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars. 

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

Regulation 1. Privy Vaults and Drains. Section 1. Every ten- 
ement shall be provided with a water-tight undergroand drain to 
carry off the waste waters, also with a suitable privy or water-closet 
sufficient for the accommodation of all those inhabiting the premises. 

Section II. All privy vaults, unless water-tight, shall be so con- 
structed that the inside of the same shall be at least five feet distant 
from the line of any adjoining lot or street, and at least twenty feet 
from any 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 offensivp. All privy vaults 
shall be of a size sufficient to satisfy the Board of Health. 

Section III. All waste water shall be conveyed through sufficient 
di'ains under ground to a cesspool sunk under ground, which shall be 
of sufBcient size to contain at least eighty cubic feet, and when not 
water-tight must be at least twenty feet from the cellar wall of any 
tenement or dwelling, and at least five feet distant from any adjoin- 
ing lot or street. Cesspools shall be built in a thorough and substan- 
tial manner, as shall be approved by the Board of Health. 

Section IV. 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 va- 
cant ground by such person owned or occupied. All privy vaults 
and cesspools within one hundred and fifty feet of any well or spring, 
the water of which is used for domestic purposes, must be water- 
tight. 



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Section V. All privy vaults or cesspools must be thoroughly 
cleansed at least once in each year, and oftener If necessary for the 
public health, the expense to be borne by the owner of the property. 
Regulation 2. Section 1. 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 pur- 
pose, and a cause of nuisance or sickness to the occupants or to the 
public, may issue a notice in writing to such occupants, requiring^ 
the premises to be put in proper condition ; or it 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. 

Section II. No person shall throw or put into any public place or 
pond, or running stream or body 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 juris- 
diction of the town, any dead animals, fllth or ofi"ensive matter. 

Eegulation 3. Swill and Offal. Section 1. No person shall re- 
move 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 ofi'al (either animal or 
vegetable), or grease or bones, unless a permit be granted by the 
Board ot Health upon such terms and conditions as said Board may 
deem necessary. 

Section II. No person shall bury swill or house oflfal, or the con- 
tents 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. 

Section III. 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 de- 
liver the same to those duly authorized to make such collections. 

Regulation 4. Diseased Meat and Provisions. Section 1. No* 
person shall bring into the town, keep or offer for sale any diseased, 
putrid, stale or unwholesome meat, vegetables or provisions. 

Regulation 5. Stoine, Section 1. No person will be permittecJ 
to keep any swine within the limits of the town of Hyde Park, with- 
out a written permit from the Board of Health. 

Regulations. Contagious Diseases. Section 1. Any person sick 
with the small pox or other contagious disease, together with all 
persons in attendance upon them, and the premises where such 



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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 in- 
mates of such house except by permission of the Board. 

Section II. 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 Board shall at their 
discretion, have full control of said person or premises, and shall, if 
they deem proper, order the premises vacated. 

Section III. All persons are warned not to approach a house or 
the surrounding premises whereupon is displayed a disease flag by day 
or a red light at night. 

Section JV. The bodies of all persons dying of small pox, scarlet 
fever, typhus fever or diphtheria must be immediately disinfected 
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 luneral will be allowed without permission 
€rom the Board of Health. 

Section V. The owner, or person 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 
precaution as the Board of Health shall direct. 

Section VI. Any person in the town of Hyde Park who knows or 
suspects any domestic animal has contagious disease, (such as glan- 
ders 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 provisions of 
Chapter 252 of the Acts of 1887. 

Regulation 7. Section 1. All complaints in relation to nuisan- 
ces 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 owner's 
name, if known to the complainant. Sueh complaints must bear the 
signature of the complainant. Whenever such complaint shall 
be made as aforesaid, the Board of Health shall proceed to examine 
the premises complained of, and will take measures to abate the nui- 
sance, it such is found to exist. 

Regulation 8. Section 1. No person, firm or corporation not 



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now engaged in or working at the business of plumbing shall here- 
after engage in or work at said business in the town of Hyde Park, 
either as a master or employing plumber or as a journeyman plumb- 
er, unless such person, firm or corporation first receives a license 
therefor, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 477 of the Acts 
of the year 1893 of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Acts 
amendatory thereof, or supplementary thereto. 

Section 11. Any person desiring to engage in or work at the busi- 
ness of plumbing, either as a master or employing pkimber, or as a 
journeyman plumber, shall apply to the Board of Health and shall at 
sach time and place as may be designated by the board of examiners 
appointed by the Board of Health, as provided for in said Acts, to 
whom such application shall be referred, be examined as to his qual- 
ifications for such business. In the case of a firm or corporation the 
examination and licensing of any one member of the firm, or the 
manager of the corporation shall satisfy the requirements of this 
regulation. 

Section HI. The board of examiners shall examine said appli- 
cants as to their practical knowledge of plumbing, house drainage 
and plumbing ventilation, and if satisfied of the competeny of the 
applicant, shall so certify to the Board of Health. 

Said board will thereupon issue a license to such applicant author- 
izing him to engage in or work at the business of plumbing. The fee 
for a license for a master or employing plumber shall be two dollars ; 
for a journeyman plumber it shall be fifty cents. Said licenses shall 
be issued annually, expiring on the thirty-first day of May next ensu- 
ing, aad shall be conditional on skillful work, and a strict obser- 
vance of the rules governing plumbing. 

Section IV. No person shall carry on the business of plumbing 
nnless he shall have first registered his name and place of business 
in the office of the Board of Health ; ana notice of any change in the 
place of business of a registered plumber shall be immediately given 
to said Board. 

Section V. No person shall proceed to construct, add to, or alter 
any portion of the drainage system (except to repair leaks) of anj' 
building in the town of Hyde Park, until plans showing in detail the 
whole drainage system shall have been filed at the office of the 
Board of Health, upon blanks in such form as the Board may deter- 
mine ; no person shall commence work on such drainage system un- 
til the plans are accepted by the inspector of plumbing and a permit 
of approval granted. Plans and specifications shall be approved or 
rejected within five days of the time of the filing. 



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Rules and regulations foi- material, construction, etc., may be 
found in town by-laws. 

Fully believing that a large proportion of contagious diseases orig- 
inate from unsanitary conditions, we trust that 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 F. C. Graham, 10 Harvard avenue. 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 
To Appropriation, 

Balance from last year, 

Paid E. M. Cundall, collecting oflal 
Mrs. F. Hukin, 
C. H. Crumett, " " 

Sawyer, Walbridge & Briggs, desk, 
C. W. Farwell, posting notices, 
A. E. Martell & Co., copy book, 
E. C. Farwell, services as Secretary and 

cash paid out, 
I. L. Ryan, expressing, 

E. C. Jenney, envelopes and box rent, 
S. R. Moseley, printing, 
C. T. Lovell, inspector plumbing, 

F. E. Langley, printing, 
W. D. Ward, blank books, 
J. C. Savage, inspector plumbing, 
S. G. GifFord, asst. inspector, 
A. W. Dunbar, painting sign, 
J. Snellgrove, hack hire, 
Mass. Asso. Boards of Health, 
For burying dogs, 



Balance on hand, $547 25 

Again we are able to report all bills paid and a good bal- 
ance in the treasury. We have tried in every way to keep 
pace with the times in learning what other boards are doing 
and the best methods in use for the prevention of disease. 



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The Board is connected with the Mass. Association of 
Boards of Health, and every effort will be made to keep the 
town in the front rank in regard to sanitary improvement. 
Respectfully submitted, 

ALVIN D. HOLMES, M. D., 
JOHN C. LINCOLN, M. D., 
EDWIN C. FAR WELL, 
Board of Health of the Town of Hyde Park, Mass. 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC 
LIBRARY. 



Wheu the last annual report was written the Trustees 
hoped that some decided progress would before this time 
have been made toward the erection of a new building for 
the use of the library. Though nothing material has yet 
been done, they note with pleasure that the attention of the 
public has been aroused and that many of our most active 
and influential citizens are agitating the subject. Through 
the liberality of a public-spirited lady the Readville district 
is soon to have a suitable building, and it is to be regretted 
that the rest of the town should be obliged to submit to 
such inferior accommodations. 

Those who have long been residents of the town have 
watched with pride and satisfaction the increasing excel- 
lence and beauty of its dwellings, but they notice with re- 
gret no corresponding improvement in its public l^uildings. 
A good book deserves a good binding, and a well-bound 
book deserves to be kept amid suitable surroundings. Is it too 
too much for you to ask that when you go from your attrac- 
tive homes after books, (orsend your children for them) that 
you may find an equally attractive place in which to consult 
them? The neighboring towns find that money judiciously 
expended for good buildings is money well invested, since it 
calls to their borders a desirable class of residents who are 
able and willing to assist in bearing its burdens. Should 
we find money thus expended a less profitable investment 
than they have found it? 

Your Trustees confidently look forward to a time in the 
not distant future when the Library shall be not merely a 



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place where our citizens may get books and hasten away, 
but a place so attractive that they may remain there with 
pleasure to become familiar with its treasures of literature 
and science. It ought also to be a source whence they may 
draw not only books but information about books ; where 
both young and old may receive suggestions to direct their 
reading wisely. Thus it may both directly and indirectly 
raise the standard of literary taste in the whole community. 

The Trustees have under consideration plans for making 
the library more helpful to the public schools. These 
plans they hope to be able to put into active operation dur- 
ing the coming year. 

A new catalogue is much needed, but it has been deemed 
unwise to incur so great an expense, since the radical re-ar- 
rangement of books which a change of quarters would make 
necessary would render such a catalogue useless. Some- 
thing, however, has been done to supplement the existing 
catalogue by bulletins posted in the reading-room and by 
lists printed in the local papers. 

The circulation has been practically the same as last year, 
the number of books taken for home use having been 
33,578, while 2,951 magazines and 1,351 books have been 
taken out for use in the reading room. 

There have been added to the library 612 volumes. 

The following donations have been received : 
United States Goverment . . ... ... 10 volnmes 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts .... 15 vokimes 

Mr. A. E. Giles . - 10 volumes 

Mr. F. A. Wyman 1 volume 

Mr. F. W". Darling 1 volume 

Mr. T. F. Burns ......... 1 volume 

Mass. Depai'tmenfc G. A. R 1 volume 

Smithsonian Institute 2 volumes 

There have also been received from various sources 18 pamphlets. 

HENRY B. MINER, 

For the Trustees. 



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REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR, 



The Board of Overseers of the Poor herewith present 
their twenty-eighth annual report for the year ending Janu- 
aay 31, 189G. Although the total number of persons aided 
during the year shows a marked decrease compared with 
the previous year, this fact is due to the falling off in the 
number of tramps lodged, while the number receiving 
full support and temporary aid has increased. Careful in- 
vestigation has shown that intemperaece was the cause in a 
large proportion of the new cases. In a few instances the 
applicants have been deserving and their condition could 
not be attributed to causes other than sickness or lack of 
employment. It is not to be understood that all persons 
applying will receive relief. A just discrimination will be 
exercised, and temporary relief granted only to deserving 
persons after such inquiry and investigation as the circum- 
stances of each case will admit. 



Number of persons 


1 aided, 




3097 


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fully supported, 




14 


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partially " 


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103 


', " tramps 


lodged, 




2980 






SETTLEMENT. 


COST. 


Barrett, Sarah S. 


insane. 


Hyde Park, 


$169 46 


Bell, Dorinda E. 


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169 46 


Carter, Eva F. 


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169 46 


Carter, Ralph 


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169 43 


Clapp, Clara E. 


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169 48 


Connor, Kate 


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169 46 


Cowan, John F. 


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Cunningham, Jos , 


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Powers, Laura F, 


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Withington, Georg 


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Dunn, Bridget 


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Gilson, Ella 

McAulifFe, John 

Conran, Kate 

Connor, Ellen 

Tierney, Delia 

Coveney, Daniel 

O'Leary, Mary 

Howland, Abner 

Phelps, Henry 

Slipp, Margaret E. 

King, Martin 

Willard, James W. 

Edwards, Charles L. 

Jordan, Eliza 

Nash, Wilbur A. 

Lane, Michael 

Pierce, Georgianna H. 

McClellan, John 

Sullivan, D. C, wife and 6 children, 

Anderson, Mrs, Charles, 

McGuire, Thomas G., and 5 children, 

Gates, Mrs. A. W., and 3 children, 

Gordon, Katherine and 3 children, 

Curran, Ellen, and child. 

White, G., wife and child, 

Grant, Mrs. Hugh, and 3 children, 

Scaanell. Bridget, and 3 children, 

Welch, Mrs. J. E. F., and 4 children, 

Murray, Richard, and wife, 

Hutchings, Ella M., and 3 children, 

Boyce, W. H., wife and 5 children, 

Killikelly, Ellen, and 1 child, 

Walsh, Ellen, 

Maurer, H., wife and 5 children, 

Pratt, Geo. E., wife and 3 children, 

Thomas, Almira J., and one child, 

Wigley, George, 

Stearns, Jennie, and 2 children, 

Morrisey, Bridget, 

Expense account. 

Lockup " 

Military aid. 



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129 97 


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185 50 


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143 14 


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53 41 


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78 69 


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Dedham, 


103 51 


STewburyport, 


72 00 


Cambridge, 


6 00 


Braintree, 


19 52 


Boston, 


2 95 


Lowell, 


5 50 


State, 


6 31 


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4 38 




367 50 




95 85 




180 00 



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Temporary aid, 429 59 



RECEIPTS. 



Cash balance on hand, 
Received appropriation, 
Returned by State, etc., 



Cash on hand with Town Treasurer, 

CHARLES LEWIS, 
GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, 
GEORGE E. HAYEN, 

Overseers of the Poor. 



$4,700 94 

$1,194 89 

3,000 00 

625 88 


$4,82(f 77 
$119 83 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF ENGINEERS. 



T^ THE Board of Selectmen : 

We herewith respectfully present our report of the Fire 
Department for the year ending January 31, 1896. 

The Central Fire Station, which for many years, has had 
very little expended upon it, has been thoroughly repaired 
and painted and a Magee combination heater put in. The 
hose house at Readville has been further improved and at 
present is quite a model house. The entire Department has 
been equipped with the latest and most improved harness 
hangers. Five hundred feet of new hose has been added. 

For the better care of wet hose the hose tower ©n the 
Central Station has been improved and a special heater con- 
nected for use on frozen hose. 

That part of the Central Station formerly occupied by the 
Police Department, recently vacated, supplies a long-felt 
want. It should now be improved for fire department uses. 
One thousand feet of new hose should be added. 

It is an established fact that the Department is composed 
of capable and active men. All its members try to do their 
duty. They respond promptly to alarms and get to the fire 
as quickly as possible under some difficulties. Much better 
time could be made if there were two pairs of horses and 
two permanent men in the Central Station, and in our opin- 
ion it is time such addition was made to the department fa- 
cilities. If such a condition can be reached, the entire de- 
partment need not respond on first alarms ; having horses 
in readiness, they can hitch and wait 20 minutes, and if not 
called, retire. 



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Your attention is called to the fact that the town is o;rowinor 
in all directions, and East River Street represents a large 
amount of property, taking in Holmfield and a part of 
Rugby. In case of an alarm from that district it is a long 
run. At present we depend upon horses from an outside 
stable. Very often the horses we get are just put up after 
a long drive or a hard day's work, and it is not to be ex- 
pected that they can take the apparatus to a fire as quickly 
as a good fresh pair waiting in the Station for just such 
work. 

Fortunately our town has not been visited by serious fires 
during the past year. It is well, however, to bear in mind 
that the business blocks in our midst are the kind of mate- 
rial for a large conflagration. 

LOCATION OF HYDE PARK FIRE ALARM BOXES. 

13. Grew School. 

14. Cleveland and Childs streets. 

15. Alden's Store. 

16. Cotton Mill. 

17. Buckingham and Readville streets. 

18. Car Sheds, River street. 

19. Hose 3 house, Milton street. • 

23. Unitarian Church, Mt. Neponset. 

24. Woolen Mill, Special Call. 

25. American Tool. 

26. Hair Factory. 

28. Corner Stanley street and Hyde Park avenue. 

31. N. Y. & N. E. R, R. crossing, Fairmount avenue. 

32. Beacon street and Milton avenue. 

34. Neponset avenue and Water street. 

35. Highland street and Fairmount avenue. 

36. Summit street and Fairmount avenue. 

37. Dana avenue and Loring street. 

38. Tyler and Washington streets, Corriganville. 

42. Everett Square. 

43. Pierce and Walter streets. 

45. West and River streets. 

46. Paper Mills, East River street. 



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47. Himting'ton avenue and Hubbard street. 

52. Central Fire Station. 

53. West street and Hyde Park avenue. 

54. Arlington street and Central avenue. 
56. Thatcber street and Hyde Park avenue. 
67. Colby's Store, Clarendon Hills. 

2. All Out. 22. No School. 

Telephone 28-2. 

We^hope the above may receive your serious considera- 
tion . 

WILLIAM IIOLTHAM, Cliief, 

F. A. SWEET, 

F. T. GREENLOW, 

Board of Enoiueers. 



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DEPARTMENT OFFICERS AND NUMBER OF MEN. 



WILLIAM HOLTHAM, Chief Engineer. 

F. A. SWEET, Assistant Engineer. 

F. T. GREENLOW, Assistant Engineer and Clerk. 



Hose Co. No. 1. 
E. N. BULLARD, Foreman. 
C. M. WANDLASS, Assistant Foreman. 
JOHN" SNELLGROVE, Clerk, and seven men. 



Hose Co. No. 2. 
STEWART McKENZIE, Foreman. 
W. G. ROBINSON, Assistant Foreman. 
J. S, BOLES, Clerk, and seven men. 



Hose Co. No. 3. 
J. H. O'BRIEN, Foreman. 
D. W. MAHONEY, Assistant Foreman. 
FRA.NK KUNKEL, Clerk, and three men. 



Chemical Co. No. 1. 
J. C. McDOUGALD, Foreman. 
M. J. FOLEY, Engineman. 
R. WARD, Clerk, and three men. 



Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1. 
BENJ. RAFTER, Foreman. 
W. R. McDOUGALD, Assistant Foreman. 
JOHN H. TUCKERMAN, Jr., Clerk, and nine men. 



E. A. HAWLEY, Snperintendent of Fire Alarm. 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES. 



INCIDENTALS. 



Paid Samuel R. Moseley, printing and advertising, $937 00 

Hyde Park Times, " '• " 

Tellers and ballot clerks at elections, 

A. Raymond, carriage hire, 

R. Corson, carriage hire and expressing, 

Edward Jackson, distributing town reports, 

H. M. Stowers, " 

Thorp & Martin Company, stationery, 

S. B. Balkam & Co., coal, 

W. F. Dodge, janitor service and cash paid 
out, 

Wm, White, labor, 

Hyde Park Ice Cream Co., lunches at elec- 
tions, 

E. M. Silsbee, Park Commissioners' report, 
C. H. Lord, posting bills, 
W. W. Hilton, labor and stock, 

F. L. Hodgdon & Co., stationery, 
L. W. Berry & Co., supplies, 
John Haney, settlement damages in suit 

Haney vs. town, 
Henry A. Rich, rent town offices, 
J. C. Tingley, painting sign, 
Henry M. Meek, assessors' blanks, 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co,, lighting, 
Dedham and Hyde Park Gas and Electric 

Light Co., 24 36 

H. B. Terry, obtaining and indexing births, 

marriages and deaths, 194 50 

United States Express Co., expressing, 1 50 

Adams Express Co., expressing, 2 70 

Murphy, Leavens & Co., brushes, 5 22 

Little, Brown & Co., " Town Officer," 4 00 

J. L. Fairbanks, taxation blanks, 7 00 



92 75 


204 00 


28 00 


12 55 


2 00 


5 00 


70 25 


58 95 


299 75 


4 00 


38 40 


2 00 


9 70 


7 87 


12 81 


5 10 


420 00 


747 50 


30 


2 25 


133 77 



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59 


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106 


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44 


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91 45 


205 


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15 00 


35 00 


6 


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35 00 



Paid W. H. Plummer, labor and stock, 20 82 

E. M. Cundall, distributing Water Commis- 

sioners' report, 
Chas. Lewis, labor and materials, 
Jas. E. Rogers, renumbering streets, 
Anna E. Pierce, soldiers' relief, 
Andrew J. and Delia Long, soldiers' relief, 
M. R. Warren, stationery, 
N. E. Tel. and Tel. Co., telephone service, 
J. M. Kiggen, examining cows, 
B. F. Bennett, order books, 
H. B. Terry, insurance premiums, 
W. F. Scott and Henry A. Rich, use of 

Waverly Hall, 
Quiney Dyer, use of Music Hall, 
Fred A. Hall, assessors' tracings, 
Richard W. Gould, posting, 
Ellis & Wilson, burial expenses, Geo. Pierce, 

F. C. Graham, burial expenses, Edmund L. 

Chase, 

F. C. Graham, burial expenses, Andrew J. 
Long, 

S. T. Elliott, cash paid out for Water Com- 
missioners, 

Henry Phelps, signs, 

Boston Daily Advertiser, advertising, 

Geo. W. Chapman, clerk of assessors, 

J. H. Tuckerman, repairing chair, 

Sampson, Murdock & Co., directory, 

Geo. L. Richardson, surveying, 

W. T. Sedgwick, professional services, 
water supply, 

W. A. Snow & Co., dipperfs, 

Edmund Davis, transcribing recod'ds, 

E. C. Jenney, postage, 

A. E. Sanford, lantern slides, 

Geo. Sanford, collecting taxes, 

Thos. S. Waters, painting, 

T. M.. Minnis, carriage, 

E. A. W. Hammett, surveying. 

Hasten & Wells Fire Works Mfg. Co., re- 
pairing flags, 3 00 



35 00 



35 00 



1 00 


1 50 


12 00 


160 00 


85 


5 00 


34 00 


200 00 


1 25 


50 00 


82 56 


18 00 


1,309 83 


30 00 


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136 50 



i 



67 

Paid C. E. Hawes, use of boat, 

Percy M. Blake, sewer survey and plans, 
Jas. E. Cotter, professional services, 
Edmund Davis, " " 

Miles & Morrison, damages to horse and 

wagon, 
Clias. F. Jenney, professional services, 
E. H. Rollins & Son, blank bonds and plates, 
Frost & Adams Co., scale, 
H. B, Terr}', registrar of voters and clerical 

services, 
L. P. Winclienbaugh, registrar of voters, 
Wm. S. O'Brien, registrar of voters, 
A, T. Rogers, registrar of voters, 
Jas. McKay, distributing street assessment 

notices, 
Henry S. Bunton, record fee, 
Geo. W. Chapman, copying, 
Geo. W. Lockwood, clerk for Selectmen, 
H. B. Terry, services for Selectmen, 
W. S. Everett, birth returns, 
Dx". Barney-Hall, " 

A. D. Holmes, " 

B. F. Galloup, 
H. R. Hitchcock, " 
John Crosby, death 
Swett & Blasdale, electrical work, 
Norfolk County Clerk of Courts, entry fee, 
A. W. Dunbar, painting, 
Collins & Richards, wire work, 
A. Fisher, stationery, 

E. W. Lewis, stereopticon and services 
T. F. Martin, blank book, 

F. W. Barry, Beale & Co., stationery, 
Richard Wood, settlement in full in suit 

Wood vs. town, 

Ck. 
By balance unexpended from last year, 
Amount of appropriation, 

^ 5,568 51 

Balance unexpended, $576 21 

Note— Of this balance on incidentals §500 was set apart by the town lor assessors' 
plans. 



1 00 


600 00 


250 00 


10 00 


35 00 


40 00 


47 50 


1 50 


90 00 


30 00 


30 00 


30 00 


3 00 


79 


50 00 


150 00 


200 00 


5 25 


1 75 


5 50 


1 25 


8 75 


17 00 


9 03 


5 00 


2 00 


45 00 


9 75 


7 45 


2 25 


1 00 


80 00 


5 668 51 


7,900 00 



$7,992 30 



68 

POLICE. 

Paid James McKay, seryices as Chief of Police, 

keeper ot lock-up and cash paid out, $1,367 40 
John M. Brown, police duty and cash paid 

out, 990 73 

Andrew D. Rooney, police duty and cash 

paid out, 1,081 05 

Alexander Schwab, police duty and cash 

paid out, 669 96 

Jas. A. CuUen, police duty and cash paid 

out, 633 25 

Michael Lynch, police duty and cash paid 

out, 473 29 

Mathew McPherson, police duty and cash 

paid out, 369 89 

Henry S. Bunton, treasurer, cash paid out 

as per pay roll, 
Richard Gould, labor, 
Charles Lewis, supplies, 
F. W. Darling & Co., coal. 
S. B. Balkam & Co., coal, 
L. W. Berry & Co., supplies, 
N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., telephone services, 
R. Corson, use of team and expressing, 
A. Raymond, use of team, 
A. W. Mitchell Mfg. Co., badges, 
J. P. Lovell Arms Co., arms etc., 
Swett & Blasdale, electrical work, 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co., 

lighting, 
L. I. Thompson, supplies, 
C. L. Farnsworth, lunches July 4, 
W. H. Barritt, photograph, 
S. R. Moseley, printing, 
W. D. Ward, cartridges, 
Rich Bros., flannel, 
F. L. Hodgdon «& Co., stationery. 
Oak Hall Clothing Co., uniforms, 
Paine Furniture Co., furniture, 
Ratter & Reid, labor and stock, 
J. Johnston, signs, 



687 


75 


75 


00 


1 


32 


64 


63 


21 


88 


2 


80 


34 90 


24 


65 


26 


00 


6 


00 


36 


98 


3 


50 


23.55 


1 


96 


2 


00 


2 


00 


2 50 




65 




90 


5 


96 


84 75 


17 


02 


12 


80 


16 


25 



69 



Paid E. J. Chandler, supplies, 12 15 

A. E. Manell & Co., letter book, 2 75 

Cr. 

By balance unexpended from last year, $ 695 20 

Amount of appropriation, 6,000 00 

Balance unexpended, $438 98 



$ 244 


28 


354 80 


17 


81 


14 


13 


326 


68 


28 


00 


1,937 


02 


6 


30 


5 


00 


90 


00 


15 


00 


24 00 


12 


00 


3 


05 


388 


85 


20 


00 


17 


20 


12 


00 


7 


50 


3 


60 


5 


10 


6 


00 


15 


20 


10 


00 


425 


00 


100 


00 


11 


48 



5,756 22 



^195 20 



NEW LOCKUP. 

Paid Henry S. Bunton, treasurer, labor as per 
pay roll, 
Patrick H. Rooney, mason work, 
Hyde Park Water Co., service connections, 
N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., freight, 
E. T. Barnum, steel jail cells, 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lime and cement, 
Rafter & Reid, carpenter work, 
Joseph Benois, labor, 
R. Corson, teaming, 
Swett & Blasdale, electrical work, 
Frazier & Watkins, concreting, 
A. P. Bickmore, mattresses. 
C. S. Davis & Co., blankets, 

E. J. Chandler, hardware, 
Thos. S. Waters, painting, 
Christopher Chisholm, building cellar, 
Derby Desk Co., desk, 
Chas. Lewis, supplies, 
Hyde Park Furniture Co., <;hairs, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 
A. B. Bickmore, furniture, 
C, E. Palmer, labor and stock, 
Geo. H. Adler, window shades, 
Richard Gould, labor, 
Magee Furnace Co., heating apparatus, 
Fred A. Hall, plans and labor, 
Paine Furniture Co., furniture, 

$4,100 00 

Cr. 

Amount of appropriation, $4,100 00 



70 

NEW SCHOOL HOUSES. 

Paid Isabelle Wright, land, Hilton street, $1,479 79 

Arthur H. Chase, land, Highladd street, 1,925 00 

Jas. S. Coveney, labor and stock, 7,000 00 

S. R. Moseley, advertising, , 1 00 

H. B. Terry, examining titles, 71 31 

F. A. Hall, architect, 400 00 

F. W. Gleason & Co., plumbing, . 210 73 

H. A. Keene, labor, 15 00 

$11,102 83 

Cr. 

By amount of appropriation, $19,000 00 

Balance unexpended, $7,897 27 



FIRE DEPAETMENT. 

Paid Hose Company No, 1, pay roll, $500 00 

Hose Company No. 2, pay roll, 500 00 

Hose Company No. 3, pay roll, 300 00 

Chemical, 293 50 

Hook and Ladder, 600 00 

R. Corson, use of horses and expressing, 361 35 

Magee Furnace Co., furnace, 375 00 
Cornelius Callahan & Co., repairing hose, etc., 30 50 

Hyde Park Elec. Lt. Co., lighting, 169 84 

E. A. Hawley, service as steward and cash 

paid out. 931 02 

Chas. Lewis, labor and stock, 35 07 

J. A. W. Bird & Co., chemicals, 15 36 

James Mackintosh, labor and stcck, 21 55 

C. H. Galligan, supplies, 5 68 

Geo. M. Stevens, fire alarm apparatus, 419 22 

S. B. Balkam & Co., coal, 96 50 

C, L. Farnsworth, lunches, 3 50 

Benj. Rafter, labor and stock, 14 60 
Frank Kunkel, use of horse and blacksmith- 

ing, 96 55 

F. A. Sweet, services as engineer, 75 00 
Wm. Holtham, services as engineer, 75 00 
F. T. Greenlow, services as engineer, 75 00 



71 



Paid S. I. Sweet, clerk to engineers and cash 

paid out, 29 85 

American Tool & Machine Co., repairing, 31 07 

L. J. French, supplies, 6 52 

A. E. Martel & Co., lelter book, 2 75 

Quincy Dyer, supplies, 34 81 

N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., teleghone services, 49 60 

J. L. Forbes, repairing whistle, 8 00 

Harvey A. Glazier, harness hangers, 45 00 

W. H. Plummer, screens, 2 00 

A. W. Mitchell Mfg. Co., badges, 1 00 
Daly & Co., hats, ^ 101 05 
Adams Express Co., expressing, 50 
Wm. Holtham. labor, 10 09 
F. E. Edwards, keys, 4 20 

B. B. & R. Knight, waste, 4 00 
Frank Thayer, police duty, 3 00 
R. E. Grant, police duty, 3 00 
Revere Rubber Co., repairing hose, 35 10 
Frazier & Walkins, concreting, 10 00 
Jas. J. Ahearn, labor and stock, 99 63 
J. Johnston, labor and stock, 56 60 
R. E. Cherrington, bags, 150 
J. G. Ruggles, printing, 10 90 
Hayes & Elliott, labor and stock, 424 68 
Greenlow & Cutting, labor and stock, 31 53 
Thos. S. Waters, labor and stock, 202 17 

Ck. 

By balance from last year, 1 06 

Appropriation, 6,500 00 



SALARIES. 



16,203 24 



$6,501 06 



Balance unexpended, $297 82 



Paid Samuel T. Elliott, services as Selectman, $100 00 

Thomas S. Waters, " " 100 00 

George E. Whiting, " " 100 00 

George Miles, " " 100 00 

Charles Lewis, " " 100 00 



72 



Paid Henry B. Terry, services as Town Clerk, 
Henry S. Bunton, services as Town Treas- 
urer. 
Randolph P. Moseley, services as Assessor, 
George W. Chapman, " " 

Chas. r. Morrison, " " 

Charles Lewis, services Overseer of Poor, 
Geo. E. Haven, " " " 

Geo. W. Chapman, " •' " 

A. D. Holmes, services on Board of Health, 
J. C. Lincoln, " " " 

E. C. Farwell, 

Chas. G. Chick, services on School Committee, 
Richard M. Johnson, " " 

Joshua F. Lewis, " " 

Augusta L. Hanchett, " '• 

Helen M. Dean, «' 

Ella F. Boyd, 
Geo. E. Whiting, services as Cemetery Com., 
Chas. F. Jenney, " " '• 

Geo. M. Rice, •* " " 

Wallace D. Lovell, services as Auditor, 
Asa J. Adams, " " 

Wallace M. Rhodes, " 



Cr. 



Amount of appropriation. 
Balance unexpended, 



250 00 

400 00 

300 00 

300 00 

300 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

25 00 

25 00 

16 00 

,475 00 
9 00 



J,466 00 



5.475 00 



HIGHLAND STREET. 

Paid Henry S. Bunton, Treasurer, labor as per 

pay rolls, $836 49 

Cr. 

Amount of appropriation, $1,270 GO 

Balance unexpended, $433 51 



STONE CRUSHING PLANT. 

Paid A. J. Wellington, stone crushing plant, 

Cr. 
Amount of appropriation, 



$5,000 00 
$5,000 00 



73 

FIRE HYDRANTS. 

Paid Hyde Park Water Co. hydrant service, $5,250 00 

Cr. 
Amount of appropriation, $5,250 00 



G. A. R. 

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

Cr. 
Amount of appropriation, $150 00 



PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS. 

Paid Henry S. Bunton, laber as per paj rolls, ^ 
L. E, Cobb, gravel, 
Thomas Corrigan, setting edgestones, 
Stephen A. Tucker, gravel, 
Milton Granite Co., edgestones, 

E. A. W. Hamniett, surveying, 
Blacker & Shepard, lumber, 
David Higgins, labor and stock, 
Wm. Shaw, labor, 
Quincy Dyer, sundries, 
Boston Blower Co., valves, etc , 

F. W. Conn, blacksmith work, 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber etc., 
American T00I& Machine Co., labor and ma- 
terials, 

A. J. Wellington, balance on stone crusher, 
E. A. Hardy, edgestone, ^ 

John Reagan, setting edgestones, 
Edmund Davis, gravel, 
Frazier Watkins, concreting, 

Cr. 

By amount of appropriation, 



i,693 


25 


100 00 


380 


23 


242 


65 


713 63 


190 


91 


180 


72 


48 


20 


148 75 


5 


64 


3 75 


13 


35 


94 


15 


13 


28 


28 


66 


32 


50 


21 


45 


52 


80 


141 


08 





— $6,000 00 




$6,000 00 



74 



PUBLIC LIBEAEY. 



CURRENT EXPENSES. 

Paid H. A. B. Thompson, librarian, 

Mary A. Hawley, assistant librarian, 

H. A. Rich, agent, rent, 

P. H. Blodgett, janitor, 

M. E. Taylor, 

S. R. Moseley, printing, 

S. B. Balkam & Co., fuel, 

Hyde Park Electric Lighting Co., lighting 

rooms, 
H. D. ISToyes & Co., periodicals, 
F. J. Barnard & Co., binding, 
Ryan's Express, 
Corson's Express, 
United States Express, . 
Adams Express. 
E. M. Cundall, expressage, 

E. M. Cundall, 

C. E. Palmer, setting glass, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., tubing. 
Carter, Rice & Co., paper, 

L. I. Thompson & Co., supplies, 

Boston Branch T. & G. House, supplies, 

C. E. Osgood &Co., book case, 

C. A. Pinkham & Co., draft books, 

W. J. McGraw & Co., repairing stamp, 

Neilson Ml'g. Co., binllers, 

L. W. Purkhurst, lock. 

Post Office, Hyde Park, 

Cr. 
By balance unexpended last year, 
Appropriation, 

Balance unexpended, 

PURCHASE OF BOOKS. 

Paid Little, Brown & Co.. 
DeWolfe, Fiske & Co., 
F. J\ Barnard & Co., 
Willard Small, 



1400 00 
300 00 
399 96 

42 90 
92 00 
56 25 
46 00 

139 44 

154 80 

31 89 

-. 4 74 

6 25 

45 

60 

6 50 
8 50 

75 

45 

11 40 

2 60 

2 60 

18 00 

11 00 

1 50 

7 50 
1 40 
6 00 



1,753 49 



? 148 70 
1,'850 00 

$245 21 

$288 40 
73 57 
73 71 
42 14 



$1,938 70 



75 



Paid Desmond Publishing Co., 
J. A. Sinnott, 
N. W. Prescott. 
J. M. Skinner, 
J. H. Wulfekoetter, 
E. B. Hall, 
D. Appleton & Co., 
Gateley & O'Gorman, 
W. J. Crowley, agent, 
J. H. Lamb, manager, 
TheC. A. Nichols Co., 



By balance unexpended, 
Appropriation, 

Balance unexpended. 



Cr. 



8 


00 


9 


20 


3 


50 


7 


00 


3 


75 


38 


00 


6 


00 


3 


75 


6 


00 


7 


00 


6 


00 


$ 87 


82 


840 


95 



$576 02 



$928 77 



»S52 75 



POOR ACCOUNT. 

Paid Taunton Lunatic Hospital, acct. of insane, $826 87 

Worcester " " •' " 169 46 

Westboro " " " " 170 40 

Mass. School for Feeble Minded, «' 212 14 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, " 450 30 

Mrs. Emeline Blackman, account of " 4179 

Mrs. A. F. Kenny, board of poor, 227 54 

Mrs. Sarah Armour, " " 172 15 

Mrs. M. A. White, " " 4179 

Mrs. L. M. Johnson, " " 29 24 

Mary Donovan, " " 43 00 

Miss N. Curtin, nursing, 10 00 

City of Boston, aid to poor, 224 68 

City of Taunton, " " 143 14 

City of New Bedford, " " ' 6100 

City of Cambridge, .... 5 99 

Town of Attleboro, " " 32 00 

Town of No. Attleboro', " 12 00 

Alfred Foster, " " 129 97 

Bridgett McAuliflfe, " " 06 00 

S. B. Balkam &Co., fuel, 45 89 



76 

Paid F. W. Darling & Co., fuel 10 78 

Dodge & Tyler " 13 01 

Miles & Morrison, groceries, 33 02 

E. O. Taylor, '• 34 00 

L. J. French & Co., •' 7 00 

Smith, Collins & Co., " 4 50 

E. D. Savage, " 102 00 
L. I. Thompson. " 4 00 
L. W. Berry, groceries and provisions, 78 84 

F. D. Brigham, provisions, 6 15 
J. H. Wetherbee, •' 1 50 
C. C. Rowland & Co., Boston, groceries, etc. 117 26 
Thomas O'Keefe, milk, 6 44 

G. F. Estes, rent, 96 00 
M. J. Hickey, admx., " 15 00 

A. H. Brainard, " 19 50 

B. H. Greenhood, " 32 00 
David Greenhood, " 6 00 
T. D. Mulrey, Boston, " 72 00 
Charlotte Bar me, " 3 35 
G. H. Haskell, drygoods and shoes, 14 42 
J. F. Sheehan, shoes, 1 50 
Standard Shoe Co., shoes, 1 50 
J. A. Crowley, medicine, 12 15 

F. E. Norris, " 12 40 
Wm. Batho, " 9 35 
A. G. Childs, " 10 65 
M. E. Noble, " 11 70 
H. R. Hitchcock, MD., examination of insane, 4 00 
Dr. A. D. Holmes, services as town physi- 
cian, 150 00 

G. W. Chapman, servicses as clerk and 

cash paid out, 109 50 

Chas. Lewis, car fares and cash paid out, 40 85 

George E. Haven, car fares, 3 57 

E. C. Jenney, postage, 11 40 

Derby Desk Co., 28 50 

A. P. Bickmore, bedding, 2 75 

A. E. Martell, copy book, 2 75 

J. B. Leland, carting, 2 00 

C. E. Davenport, cleaning vault, 6 00 
J. A. Cullen, conveying paupers to Tewksbury 5 00 



77 



PaidJ, M. Brown. " " " 9 50 

C. E. Jenney, " " " 9 51 

James McKay, cash paid care of lodgers, 52 00 

Rafter & Reid, bunks for lock-up, 14 85 

Ellis & Wilson, burial, 21 10 

Fairview Cemetery, opening grave, 5 00 

C. L. Farnsworth, supplies, 33 75 

Military aid, 180 GO 

Cash paid as per vouchers on file, 168 24 

Cr. 

By cash balance on hand, $1,194 89 

Appropriation, 8,000 00 

Received from State, 625 88 



$4,700 94 



$4,820 77 



Balance on hand, $119 83 



HIGHWAYS. 

Paid Henry S. Bunton, Treas., labor as per pay 

rolls, $5,107 05 

Thomas Corrigan, labor, 360 00 
R. Corson, street watering and expressing, 837 09 

F. W. Conn, blacksmithing, 99 54 

Miles & Morrison, supplies, 29 36 
Amer. Tool & Machine Co., labor and stock, 43 81 

E. A. W. Hammett, surveying, 344 78 

A. R. Sampson, rubber boots, 7 50 

R. L. Hewins, labor and stuck, 1 75 

Stewart MeKenzie, labor, 3 75 

Ames Plow Co., shovels, 20 90 

Jeremiah Corbett, labor, 72 00 

Thomas Burns, gravel. 2 00 

David Higgias, labor and stock, 184 42 

Chas, Lewis, supplies, 54 43 

Geo. H. Sampson, powder, 150 51 

Brainard Foundry, iron work, 55 64 

W. W. Hilton, labor and stock, 4 62 

E. S. Alden, hardware, 1 78 

L. W. Parkhurst, lock and keys, 50 

Quincy Dyer, hardware, 20 60 

Walworth Mfg. Co., hardware, 19 20 



78 



Paid Jos. Breck & Sons Corp., hardware, 
Boston Belting Co., belt, 
Henry Phelps, signs, 
S. B. Balkam & Co., himber, etc., 
Benj. Rafter, labor and stock, 
H. H. Harvey, hardware, 
F. W. Sawtelle & Co., coal and wood, 
F. P, Winslow, labor and cash paid out, 
F. W. Gleason & Co,, labor and stock, 
Adams Express Co., expressing, 
Hyde Park Water Co., water and service 

connections, 
Underhay Oil Co., oil, 

B. E. Phillips, signs. 

The A. C. Harvey Co., steel, 
L. F. Upham, signs, 

C. T, Lovell, labor and stock, 
W. G. Robinson, mason work, 
Wyoming Shovel Works, shovels, 
A. J. Wellington, powder, 

Ryan & Co., expressing, 

A, H. Holway, gravel, 
F. M. Colby, supplies, 

F. S. Colby, labor and stock, 

H. N. Bates Machine Co., packing, 

W. H. Plummer, labor and stock, 

E. J. Chandler, hardware. 

Con Clary, sand, 

Robert Crook, removing snow, 

Geo. Tacey, mason work, 

O. S. Kelly Co., grease, 

Mahoney's Express, expressing, 

E. C. Jenney, stone, 

Frazier & Watkins, concreting, 

Town of Dedham, lamp posts, 

D. L. Davis, gravel, 

P. H. Rooney, sleepers, 

B. B. & R. Knight, waste, 
Boston Blower Co., iron wo'rk^ 
Milton Granite Co., curbing, 
Geo. E. Whiting, use of ledge, 
Wm. Shaw, labor. 



40 24 


83 


4 00 


968 27 


58 80 


14 28 


3 25 


4 63 


2 31 


1 00 


346 05 


63 56 


2 50 


2 40 


4 25 


21 32 


4 25 


3 50 


15 00 


2 05 


6 00 


1 18 


57 00 


4 16 


4 50 


20 63 


80 00 


5 00 


7 50 


1 00 


35 


9 60 


154 62 


16 50 


4 00 


12 00 


4 00 


1 60 


18 55 


150 00 


115 00 



79 



Paid Noyes & Elliot, labor and stock, " 8 50 

A. W. Dunbar, painting, 2 45 

Jolin Rogers, gravel. 4 64 

Dodge & Tyler, salt, 80 

C. C. Chisholm, concreting, 312 53 



1,985 73 



Cr. 

By balance from last year, $ 475 04 

Amount of appropriations March 28, 1895, 7,000 00 

" " Dec. 10, 1895, 2,000 00 
Balance street and sidewalk assessments 

from last year, 38 91 

Street assessments received current year, 782 65 

Sidewalk assessments received current year, 504 35 



Balance unexpended, $815 22 



-$10,800 95 



CEMETERY. 



Paid Henry S. Bunton, treasurer, labor as per 

payrolls, $2,177 67 

Ames Plow Co., fertilizer, 39 OO 

Geo. E. Whiting, cash paid out, 236 49 

Jos. M. Tuttle, land, 175 oo 

A. J. Wellington, forcite, 46 60 

S. B. Balkam & Co., cement, etc., 37 90 

E. A. W. Hammett, surveying, 77 37 

Philsuader Allen, numbers, 25 00 



$2,815 03 



Cr. 

By balance unexpended from last year, $ 959 25 

Appropriation, 2.000 00 
Money rec'd yewr ending Jan. 31, 1896 : 

Interments, 466 oO 

Foundations, I81 14 

Woo^ sold, 32 50 



Balance unexpended, $823 86 



- $3,638 89 



80 

WARREN AND HYDE PARK AVENUES. 

Paid Henry S. Bunton, Treasurer, labor as per 
pay rolls, 
Geo. L. Richardson, surveying, 
C. C. Chisholm, concreting, 
S, B. Balkam & Co., drain pipe, lumber, etc., 
F. W. Conn, blacksmithing, 
M. Mulcahy, labor and stock, 
Wm. Shaw, labor, 
E. A. W. Hammett, surveying, 
Frazier & Watkins, concreting, 

Cr. 

By appropriation, 

Balance unexpended, $316 19 



$3,508 97 




7 00 




742 38 




, 124 45 




9 49 




21 97 




75 00 




26 65 




167 90 






$4,683 81 




$5,000 00 



STREET LIGHTS. 

Paid Hyde Park Electric Light Co. $7,462 18 

Cr. 
By appropriation, $8,000,00 

Balance unexpended, $537 82 



SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 



TEA.CHERS' SALARIES. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Paid Jere M. Hill, 
Emerson Rice, 
W. M. Cannon, 
A. W. Lowe, 
E. Q. S! Osgood, 
P. J. Flanders, 
Anna W. Edwards, 
Anna M. Linscott, 
Mary C. Howard, 
Marion K. Dean, 
Alice G. Beede, 

DAMON SCHOOL. 

Paid Arthur W. Armstrong, 
Elizabeth de Senancour, 
Julia E. Donovan, 
Florence E. Barker, 
Dora F. Hastings, 
Grace M. Tuxbury, 
W. A. Boardman, 

FAIRMOUXT SCHOOL. 

Paid Edward W. Cross, 
Helen P. Cleaves, 
Marg. G. Roe, 
Harriet E. Henry, 
Mattie P. Winchenbaugh, 
M. Edith Le Bourveau, 
Harriet F. Packard, ' 

Jennie S. Hammond, 
Helen A. Perry, 
Helen O. Thompson, 



$2,000 


00 


1,000 


00 


300 


00 


700 


00 


300 


00 


120 


00 


600 


00 


600 


00 


600 


00 


200 


00 


180 00 




— $6,600_0O 


$1,100 00 


560 


00 


500 


00 


412 


50 


450 


00 


405 


00 


30 


00 




— $3,457 50 


$1,400 00 


550 00 


200 


00 


237 


50 


475 


00 


412 


50 


500 


00 


500 00 


500 


00 


450 00 



82 



N. M. Farnsworth, 


250 00 


Rosa M. Morrill, 


212 50 


D. A. Preston, 


80 00 




$5,717 50 


GREW SCHOOL. 




Paid Frank H, Dean, 


$1,400 00 


N. J. Wentworth, 


250 00 


Margaret A. Hanlon, 


500 00 


Margaret E. Bertram, 


500 00 


Blanche L. Bright, 


482 50 


Emma F. George, 


450 00 


Adah F, Whitney, 


450 00 


Fannie E. Harlow, 


500 00 


Agnes J. Campbell, 


600 00 


Nellie M. Howes, 


450 00 


Jennie F. Ellis, 


450 00 


Bessie C. Sparrell, 


450 00 


E. J. Strongman, 


250 00 


W. A. Boardman, 


30 00 




*fi fifi-T fiO 






GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 




Paid Daniel G. Thompson, 


$1,400 00 


Cora J. Buker, 


250 00 


Frances A. Putnam, 


525 00 


Minnie L. Butland, 


500 00 


.Sarah E. Roome, 


505 00 


Emily Woods, 


500 00 


Alma E. Batchelder, 


405 00 


Elizabeth B. Freeman, 


450 00 


Evelyn S. Howes, 


225 GO 


Lena B. Winter, 


225 00 


Ella J. Brown, 


207 12 


Marg. L. Wyman, 


200 00 


F. Mabel Winslow, 


50 GO 


S. F. Cole, 


50 00 


Vyra L. Tozier, 


110 00 


Gertrude L. Tilden, 


147 GO 


Isabel H. Murray, 


123 GO 


Martha McLellan, 


40 GO 


E. Gertrude Plummer, 


40 00 



83 



BUTLER SCHOOL. 



Paid Grace B. Gidney, $407 50 

Ella J. Brown, 80 00 



$487 50 



; 2 


75 


2 50 


120 


75 


57 


96 


72 


45 


1 


50 



Paid Elizabeth M. Dodge, $700 00 

TRUANT OFFICER IN CHIEF. 

Paid Henry V. Harwood, $245 00 

FUEL AND JANITORS. 

Paid S. R'. Moseley, advertising for bids, 
Hyde Park Times, advertising for bids, 
S. B. Balkam & Co., for 
25 tons coal. High. 
12 tons coal, Fairmount, 
15 tons coal. Greenwood, 
2 feet pine wood, Butler, 
F. W. Sawtelle & Co.. for 

1-2 cord pine wood. High, 3 00 

F. W. Darling & Co., for 

2 tons stove coal, Butler, 
50 tons coal, Fairmount, 
40 tons coal. Greenwood, 
75 tons coal. Grew, 
40 tons coal, Damon, 
28 tons coal, High, 
14 tons coal. High, 
2 cords pine wood, Fairmount, 
2 cords pine wood. Greenwood, 
2 cords pine wood. Grew, 
2 cords pine wood, Damon, 
2 cords pine wood, High, 
1 cord pine wood. High, 
R. Wheeler, janitor at Damon, 
John A. Haigh, janitor at Greenwood, 

A. Lord, janitor at Greenwood, 
Geo. W. McDonald, janitor at Greenwood, 
Albert Cook, janitor at Butler, 
John A. Peterson, janitor at Grew, 

B. H. Howes, janitor at Fairmount, 



11 


00 


220 


00 


176 


00 


330 


00 


176 


00 


123 


20 


61 


60 


9 


80 


9 80 


9 80 


9 


80 


9 


80 


4 90 


300 00 


72 


00 


405 


00 


45 


00 


65 


00 


522 


00 


522 00 



O. A. Cook, janitor at High, 

A. VV. Henderson, janitor at Damon, 

Deficit from last year. 



Cr. 

Appropriations, 

Balance unexpended, 

EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Paid Dedham and Hyde Park Gas and Electric 
Light Co., gas, 
Frost & Adams, dravving paper, 
S. E.. Moseley, printing and advertising, 
Hyde Park Times, advertising, 
H. V. Harwood, services as police, 
C. H. Lord, posting posters, 
Walter E. Piper, teaching, 
P. H. Blodgett, 
E. C. Tourtellotte, 
A. W. Lowe, 
E. Q. S. Osgood. 
J. W. Phelan, 
A. M. Le Bourveau, " 
O. A. Cook, janitor, 

Cr. 
Balance from last year. 
Appropriation, 

Balance unexpended, 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS. 

Paid S. R. Moseley, advertising, 
Hyde Park Times, advertising, 
Geo. E, Webb, 34 lessons in carpentry, 
Geo. E. Webb, reward of merit, 
Geo. E. Webb, washing and mending aprons, 
Quincy Dyer, supplies, 
S. B. Balkam «&Co., lumber, 



510 
90 


00 
00 


61 

22 




8 49 




- $33,844 95 
$33,900 00 




$ 55 


05 



$77 


95 


7 


58 


17 


25 


4 00 


6 


00 


5 


00 


32 


GO 


24 GO 


201 


00 


98 00 


94 00 


55 


50 


63 00 


80 


00 


$157 40 


700 


00 



$765 28 



857 40 



^92 12 



$2 00 

1 50 
85 00 

4 00 

1 60 

2 27 
10 99 

$107 26 



85 

Cr. 

Balance from last year. 
Appropriation, 

Balance unexpended, 

MASSACHUSETTS FUND, 

Paid L. E. Knott App. Co. physical apparatus, 

Cu. 
Balance from last year, 

HIGH SCHOOI, LABORATORY. 

Paid Billings, Clapp & Co., supplies. 
L. E. Knott App. Co., apparatus, 
J. W. Staniford & Co., supplies, 
Whitali, Tatuni^ Co., supplies, 
J. R. Brown, woik on tables, 

Cr. 

Balance from last year, 

HIGH SCHOOL TURXITUi^E. 

Paid Geo. S. Perry & Co., 2 settees, 

Cr. 
Balance from last year, 

DAMON INSURANCE FUND. 

Paid John Mahoney, hack hire, 

Jerome Kenney, labor and material, 
J. L. Hammett, Kindergartea supplies, 
W. W. Hilton, ffcting rooms for schools, 
" " repairs on building, 

" " adjusting loss, 

" " labor and material, 

" " repairs on building, 

Geo. S. Perry & Co., desks, seats and furni- 
ture. 
Prang Ed. Co., drawing supplies, 
Geo. F. King & Merrill, supplies, 
Silver, Burdett & Co., text books, 
R. Corson, express charges, 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber. 



$ 15 95 




100 00 


115 95 




$8 69 




■ ■ .S7 61 




S7' 61 


$ 4 IS 




51 80 




4 41 




51 




2 10 






$63 00 






$63 00 




$0-57 




$5 57 


$ 2 00 




10 35 




1 00 




58 28 




301 12 




25 00 




8 70 




, 689 88" 




371 79 




5 40 ' 




7 47 




13 65 




17 25 




10 40 





86 



Mrs. A. Wheeler, cleaning, 

R. Wheeler, labor, 

W. H, Plummer, labor and material, 

Chas. Lewis, labor and material, 

F. W. Sawtelle & Co., 5 tons coal, 

Readville Cycle Co., rent of room, 

A. G. Stevens, rent of rooms, 

W. U. Fairbairn, inspection of flues, 

E. S. Alden, supplies, 

H. V. Harwood, watching, 

W. G. Robinson, plastering, 

Exeter Machine Works, heating plant, 

S. R. Moseley, advertising, 

Alex. McLean, painting and glazing, 

R. E. Cherrington, window shades, etc., 

Cr. 
Amount of appropriation, 



GREW SCHOOL REPAIRS. 

Paid Chas. Haley, labor and material, $770 00 

Geo. S. Perry & Co., on accunt bill for 

desks and seats, $230 00 

$1,000 00 

Cr. 
Appropriation, $1,000 00 



20 00 




10 


00 




8; 


*97 




133 


47 




28 


75 




25 


00 




51 


00 




10 


00 




5 


13 




10 


00 




390 


00 




1,592 00 




3 


00 




418 


90 




61 70 








$4,290 21 










$4,290 21 



SCHOOL INCIDENTALS. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

Paid Adams Express Co., for express charges, $ 1 50 

Ryan & Co., for express charges, 12 25 

R. Corson, for express charges, 6 50 
United States Express Co., for express 

charges, 1 70 
Young Men's Christian Association, rent of 

hall, 18 00 
Dedham and Hyde Park Gas and Electric 

Light Co., gas. 48 05 

A. R. Andrews, repairs on typewriters, 2 23 



87 



Quincy Dyer, supplies, 
S. E,. Moseley, printing, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., labor on steam plant, 
A. H. Richardson, labor and material, 

G. H. Adler, supplies, 

F. L. Hodgdon & Co., supplies, 

J, H. Daniels & Son, 100 diplomas, 
Alex. McLean, repairs on blackboards. 
Lariat Man. Co., 5 gallons "Cleanio," 
J. V. Lufkin. labor and material, 

G. H. Haskell, ribbons for diplomas, 
C. H. Fogg, filling diplomas, 

L. W. Parkhurst, locks, keys and labor, 

Wm. Read & Son, repairing arms, 

Harry G. Higbie, care of arms, etc., 

A. A. Smith & Co., painting fence, etc., 

H. B. Grossman, labor on roof and material, 

H. D. Simmons, glazing, 

J. McKenna. work on grounds, 

Thomas Sweeney, removing ashes, etc,, 

A W. Dunbar, painting, glazing and tinting, 

Jas. Martin & Sons, 1 flag, 

W. D. Ward, cleaning clocks, 

Geo. S. Perry & Co., furniture and supplies, 

Swett & Blasdale, electrical work, 

E. J. Chandler, supplies, 

J. R. Brown, labor on labratory tables. 

Knight & Thomas, 1 fire extinguisher, 

FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

Paid United States Ex. Co., express charges, 
Ryan & Co., " " 

R. Corson, 

Adams Express Co., " " 

Mahoney's Express, " " 

Willis G. Robinson, labor and material, 
A. W. Dunbar, painting, and slating black- 
boards, 
W. J. Wright, 1 set drum snares, 
Geo. E. Webb, labor and material, 
Chas. E. Palmer, painting and glazing. 



1 


15 


26 


25 


32 


31 


1 


40 




37 




68 


25 


00 


2 


00 


2 


15 


110 


16 


7 


22 


27 


00 


1 


23 


55 


99 


18 


19 


86 


00 


18 


25 


3 


15 


12 


69 


7 


59 


9 


51 


4 31 




35 


43 


35 




75 


4 


68 


4 


15 


14 


10 



! 


70 


12 


86 


1 


00 


1 


55 




25 


49 


53 


4 


56 




75 


99 


32 


23 


35 



$610 21 



88 



S. Pt. Moseley, printing, 
B. H. Howes, extra labor, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., work on piping, 
Qiiincy Dyer, supp'ies, 

J. C. Tingley, six tin signs, 
J. McDermott, labor on boiler, 
Ella F. Boyd, cash paid for tables, 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber, 

G. H. Haskell, ribbons and supplies, 

R. E. Cherrington, furniture and supplies, 

L. W. Parkhurst, labor and material, 

F. H. Dean, slating blackboards, 

J. McKenna, work on cellar and grounds, 

W. H. Plummer, , labor and material for 

water closets, etc., 
J. G. Hamblin, painting building, etc., 
Chas. Lewis, labor on steam plant, etc., 
P. Rooney, labor carting ashes, 
Geo. W. Simmons & Co., 1 flag, 
W. D. Ward, cleaning clocks. 
United States School Fur. Co., 2 chairs, 
R M. Johnson, cash paid express charge. ' 
Wm. E. Priug, labor on storm windows, etc. 
Geo. S. Perry & Co., supplies, 
Knight & Thomas, 1 fire extinguisher, 
L. J. French, supplies, 

DAMON SCHOOL. 

Paid Ryan & Co., express charges, 
R. Corson, " " 

United States Ex. Co., " 
Adams Express Co., '• 

Quincy Dyer, supplies, 
M. Kappler, washing towels, 

F. L. Hodgdon & Co., supplies, 
A. G. Childs, disinfectants, 

G. H. Haskell, ribbons for diplomas, 

W. W. Hilton, repairs on out-houses, fence 

etc., 
Chas. Lewis, plumbing, 
Thos. Sweeney, removing ashes, 
J. McKenna, work on grounds, 



16 


00 


17 


00 


37 


10 


43 


57 


2 


40 


18 


00 


2 


2.0 


11 


21 ; 


14 


36 


40^ 


68 • 


1 


iQ 


86 


68 


21 


50 


323 


22 


170 


65 


72 


01 


7 


00 ■' ■ 


8 


00 


6 


75 


9 


50 ■ 




85 


15 


81 ■ ■ 


9 


25 


14 


10 


7- 


.16 ' 




' <Ri 008 07 


S6 


85 


1 


75 




15 . 




95 


12 


15 


1 


60 




,35 


I 


00 


4 


30 


162 


70' , 


176 


77, 


5 


00' ■ ■' 


42 


00 



89 



Hubbard & Co., germicide and atomizer, 5 25 

Geo. Tacey, repairing chimney, 15 00 

R. Wlieeler and wife, extra cleaning, 30 00 

J. Martin & Sons, 1 flag, 4 3L 

W. D. Ward, cleaning clocks, 4 00 

R. Wheeler, extra labor, 15 00 

S. R. Moseley, printing, 5 25 

J A. Peterson, labor and car fares, 17 70 

Geo E. Webbf^ labor and material. 9 65 

Boston Plerald Co.. advertising foi- janitor, 1 25 

E. J. Chandler, supplies, 11 50 
Geo. S. Perry & Co., seats and desks, 50 99 
Knight & Thomas, 1 lire extinguisher. 14 10 
Jerome Keuney, labor on storm windows, 3 05 

Butler school. 

Paid S. B. Balkan! & Co., 2 tons stove coal, 
Albert Cook, extra labor, 
Ryan & Co., express charges, 
W. D. Ward, cleaning clock, 
Knight & Thomas. 1 fire extinguisher, 
W. H. Pluramer, flagstaff, halliards, etc., 

GREW SCHOOL. 

Paid Ryan & Co. express charges, 

R. Corson, " 

United States Ex. Co., " 

Adams Ex. Co., " . , 

A. W. Dunbar, painting and glazing, 

Geo. S. Perry & Co., mats, dusters, desks 
and seats, 

Miles & Morrison, supplies, 

Hey wood Bros., 19 chairs, 

Swett & Blasdale, electrical work, 

Zimmerman & Co.. window shades and fix- 
tures, 

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

F. H. Rooney, work on boiler, 

E. J. Chandler, supplies, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., work on piping and 

plumbing, 20 23 



811 


51) 


6 


55 




9.5 




75 


11 


10 


24 


20 


! 11 


20 


9 


50 




30 


1 


75 


5 


00 


132 


83 


8 


36 


35 


50 


4 


00 


35 


50 


37 


15 


9 


00 


11 


06 



S602 G2 



$58 05 



90 



A. H. Richardson, labor and material, 2 35 

J. A. Peterson, extra labor, 10 30 

E. J. Peterson, work on boiler. 1 80 
O. A. Peterson, taking off windows, 5 50 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber, 21 71 
G. H. Haskell, ribbon for diplomas, 9 80 
L. W. Parkhurst, locks, keys and labor, 4 75 

F. H. Dean, slating blackboards, 32 96 

F. M. Paine, tuning piano, 2 00 
Exeter Machine Works, castings for boiler, 4 92 

G. E. M. Dickinson, music, 3 00 
M. E. Noble, supplies, 25 
Hubbard & Co., germicide and atomizer, 3 00 
J. B. Fall, labor and material, 15 05 
M. Hurley, cutting wood, . 3 60 
J. Martin & Son, 1 flag. 4 31 
W. D. Ward, cleaning clocks, 3 50 
S. R. Moseley, printing, 9 75 
P. H. Rooney, labor and material, 100 30 
Hopkinson & Holden, supplies, 21 25 
Swett & Blasdale, electrical work, 50 
Knight & Thomas. 1 Are extinguisher, 14 10 
W. H. Plummer, work on windows, 3 85 
Boston Blower Co., fittmgs, 60 

GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

Paid Ryan & Co., express charges, $11 10 

R. Corson, " " 50 

Adams Ex. Co., " *' 30 

Hyde Park Funiture Co., 1 cot bed. 2 00 

S. R. Moseley, advertising and printing, 7 00 

F. W. Gleason & Co , work on boiler etc., 4 80 
J. W. Jigger, labor and material, 65 90 
Quincy Dyer, supplies. 28 16 
C. S. Davis & Co., supplies, 11 36 
Albert Lord, extra labor, 12 50 
American Straw Board Co., straw board, 90 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber, 4 76 
Alex. McLean, glazing, etc., 2 20 

G. H. Haskell, ribbon tor diplomas, 8 92 
Geo. S. Perry & Co.., desks and seats, 33 00 
Thos. Sweeney, carting ashes, 5 00 



$593 03 



91 



F. M. Paine, tuning piano, 

J. H. Tuckerman, curtain fixtures, 

Knight & Thomas, 1 Are extinguisher. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Paid Eyan & Co. express charges, 
E,. Corson, *' 

United States Ex. Co., '* 
S. R. Moseley, annual reports, envelopes, 

postals and printing, 
R. M. Johnson, seryices as secretary, 
C. S. Davis & Co., supplies, 
A. E. Martel & Co., letter book, 
W. E. BuUard, taking census, 
W. F. Dodge, care of committee room, 
Marion K. Dean, special services at Ex., 
J. Crowley, carriage hire, 
W. W. Hilton, use of staging for Ex. 
Thomas Minnis, carriage hire, 
Boston Herald Co., advertising, 
Hyde Park Times, printing tickets, etc , 
Hyde Park Post Office, wrappers, stamps 

and postals, 
Journal Newspaper Co., advertising, 
L. H. Fellows, use of plants, 
W. F. Scott, rent of Waverly Hall, 
G. E. Webb, labor, 
M. Andrews, 20 dinners, 
C. E. Davenport, removing night soil, 
Quincy Dyer, supplies, 
L. W. ParRhurst, keys and labor, 
E. C. Jenney, P. M., stamps, 



2 00 

1 00 

14 10 



5 


90 


23 


40 


1 


05 


118 50 


200 


00 


1 


04 


2 


75 


50 00 


28 


25 


12 


00 


3 


00 


10 00 


1 


00 


10 


50 


7 


25 


3 


56 


7 


20 


1 


00 


50 


00 


8 


05 


7 00 


24 


00 


1 


91 


1 


20 


1 


00 



Cr. 



P^lance from last year, 
.->._. 1 ropriations. 



$ 2 57 
4,300 00 



$215 50 



$574 56 



5,752 04 



$4,302 57 



Balance unexpended, 



$550 53 



92 



TEXT BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. 

Paid VVm. Wave & Co., Walton's Tables, 

F. L. Hodgdon, supplies, 

Boston School Supplj Co., supplies, 
Henry D. I^oyes & Co., books of reference, 
Univei'sity Publishing Co., text books, 
Silver, Burdett & Co., text books, 

G. F. King and Merrill, supplies, 
Piang Ed. Co., drawing supplies, 

Balch Bros., Century Cyclopedia of iSTatxies, 

American Book Co., text books, 

Whitall, Tatum & Co., supplies, 

Ginn & Co., text books, 

Franklin Ed. Co., supplies. 

Billings, Clapp & Co., laborator}^ supplies, 

Geo. S. Perry & Co., supplies, 

Boston Branch Tea and Grocery House, 

supplies, ^ 

I<each, Shewel! & Sanborn, text books. 
Hood & Reynolds, platinum wire, 
U. C. Heath & Co., text books and music, 
Emerson Rice, cash paid out for soap, 
The C. A. Nichols Co., History for Ready 

Reference, 
H. H. Poore, supplies, 
J. L. Hammetc, colored paper, 
Allyn & Bacon, text books, 
S. S. Packard, text books. 
Thorp & Martin Co., supplies. 
Educational Publishing Co , supplies, 
Thompson, Brown & Co., arithmetics, 
Fulsifer, Jordan & Co., stationery, 
Thos. Hall & Son, supplies, 
Emerson College of Oratory, 135 copies of 

"Evolution of Expression," 
Ella F. Boyd, cash paid for supplies. 
Eagle Pencil Co., lead pencils, 
Lothrop Publishing Co., Interstate primers, 
O. Ditson Co., music, 
T. H. Castor & Co., French books, 
Codman & Shurtleff, instruments, 
Frank Blake Webster Co., sea tirchms. 



$13 


59 


14 


67 


31 


25 


68 


65- 


107 


07 


211 


67 


289 


22 


209 


23 


12 


50 


265 


81 


L5 


41 


193 


51 




82 


10 


90 


156 


83 


r 


74 


12 


67 


1 


41 


75 


39 


1 


37 


10 


00 


3 


81 




72 


8 


01 


36 


00 


3 


25 


6 


60 


23 


52 


80 


90 




60 


47 


25 


8 


55 


14 


95 


4 


60 




75 


12 


00 


2 


88 


1 


00 



93 



L. 1. Thompson, supplies, 1 98 

J, E. P©tter & Co., on ace. bill of Geogra- 
phies, 
Rose Brodsky, books of reference, 
Quincy Dyer, supplies, 
L. E. Knott Apparatus Co., apparatus, 
Whitall, Tatum & Co., laboratory supplies, 
Geo. B. Frazar, geolegical specimens, 
Oliver Ditson, music, 
Thompson, Brown & Co., bookkeeping. 
Silver, Burdett & Co., music cards. 
Prang Ed. Co., water color paints, 
Billings, Clapp & Co., laboratory supplies, 
Geo. S. Perry & Co., supplies, 
Ginn & Co., text books. 
University Pub. Co., Davis readers. 
L. E. Knott App. Co., 10 Hall's Cars, 
G. F. King- & Merrill, stationery, 
Damrell & Upham, Dana's Minerology, 
Lothrop Pub. Co., 10 Interstate primers, 
F. L. Hodgdon & Co., stationery, 

Ck. 
Balance from last year, 
Apppropriation, 



Balance unexpended, $2147 



318 


00 








12 


50 








1 


35 
64 








3 


01 








3 


60 








6 


36 








2 


00 
83 








1 


GO 
66 








7 


40 
50 








2 


40 








9 


05 








28 


32 








1 


12 








2 


GO 








2 


08 










— 


$2 


358 


90 


^ 361 


37 








2,000 


00 












$2 


,361 


37 







ASSESSORS' REPORT. 



TABLE OF AGGREGATES. 






$7,757,750 






$969,805 



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3 


3 


3 

3 


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i2; 


1^1 


144 


10 


$8,727,555 


2,949 


2,074 


544 



fl-S 






2,071 



1895. 


State Tax. 


County Tax. 


Town Tax. 


Overlayings. 


Total. 




$5,085.00 


$8,112.47 


$114,8.59.01 


$1,772.80 


$129,829.28 



EXEMPTED PROPERTY 



Churches. 


Harvard College. 


St. Raphael School 
Association. 


Envoy 
Associates. 


Total. 


$238,445 


$875.00 


$19,375 


$150.00 


$258,845 



12,-A-TE IPIEI^ $1,000, 



$14.20. 





Valuation Real Estate. 


Valuation of 
Personal Property. 


Total Valuation. 


May 1, 1895 
" 1, 1894 


$7,7.57,750.00 
7,532,775.00 


$969,805.00 
998,855.00 


$8,727,555.00 
$8,531,630.00 


Increase . . 


$224,975.00 


*$29,050.00 


$193,925.00 



*i)ecrease. 



RANDOLPH P. MOSELEY, 
GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, 
CHARLES F. MORRISON, 

Assessors. 



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TREASURER'S 



DR. 



HEXRY S. BUNTON, TOWN TREASURER IN ACCOUNT 



Cash in the Treasury, February 1, 1895, 

AMOUNTS RECEIVED DURIKG THE TEAR ENDING JAN. 31, 189o. 

From Hyde Park four per ceut. Coupon Bouds— New School Buildings, 

Premium on four per cent. Bonds, 1 and 9-100 per cent ..-. 

Treasurer's Note due 1S96-7-S 9— New Stone Crushing Plant 

Treasurer's Note due 1896-7-8, New Loclv-iip 

Treasurer's Notes— In anticipation of the tax lor the year 189.5... 

Treasurer's Notes— Payable in the Year 1896 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1892 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1893 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1894 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1895 

George Sanford, Collector, Street Assessments 

Selectmen, Street Assessments 

Selectmen, Sidewalli Assessments 

Fairview Cemetery, Sale of Lots 

Fairview Cemetery, Sale of Graves ■. 

Fairview Cemetery, Interments 

Fairview: Cemetery, Fo undations 

Fairview Cemetery, wood sold 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for Corporation Tax 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for National Bank Tax 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for State Aid, 1894 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for burial of soldiers 

County Treasurer, dog licenses, 189.i 

County Treasurer, rent of room occupied by Probate Court 

A. B. Endicott, Sheriff, fines paid at Jail and House of Cor- 
rection — 

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

Thomas H. Wakefield, ^sq.. Trial Justice, fines from defendants 
in criminal cases 

Insurance on Damon School Building • • 

Liquor Licenses 

Milk Licenses 

'Miscellaneous Licenses 

Release of Tax Deeds 

Interest on Tax Deeds 

Norfolk Suburban Street Railway Company, for crushed stone, 

Thomas Corrigan, for stone • 

James McKay, on account Police Department 

Poor— cash refunded by Commonwealtli, cities, towns, etc 

Interest on Bank balances 



$181 18 



$16,000 00 

174 40 

4,000 Co 

1,800 00 

56,000 00 

9,100 00 

1,510 18 

9,685 00 

27,926 21 

90,805 71 

24 10 

480 25 

782 65 

2,6S0 00 

235 00 

466 00 

181 14 

32 50 

3,893 18 

1,030 02 

1,167 00 

35 00 

840 95 

100 00 

179 00 

660 46 

30 90 
4,290 21 

5 00 
9 50 

48 00 
141 67 

28 85 
201 60 

12 00 

6 00 
625 88 
255 57 



^235,625 11 



97 



REPORT. 



CURRENT WITH THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK 



CR. 



AMOUXTS disbursed: 

On account of Hyrle Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds due Aug. 1, 1895, 

Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds due Sept. 1, 1895, 

Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds due Nov. 1, 1895, 

Treasurer's Notes— Funded Loan 

Treasurer's Notes— In anticipation of the tax for the year 
1894 

Treasurer's Note— Payable in the year JS95 

Treasurer's Notes— In anticipation of the tax for the 
year 1895 

Interest 

Schools, — salaries, fuel and janitors 

Evening Schools-, 

Industrial Schools 

School Incidentals 

School Incidentals, Damon Insurance 

Repairs on Grew School Building, 

Text Books and Supplies 

Laboratory for High School 

Furniture, High School Building .. 

Income of Massachusetts School Fund 

Public Library, current expenses 

Public Library, purchase of new books 

Incidentals 

Highways 

Permanent Improvements on Streets and Sidewalks 

Warren and Hyde Park Avenues 

Highland Street 

New School Buihiings 

New Stone Crushing Plant 

New Lock-up '. 

Fairvie w Cemetery 

Salaries 

Fire Department 

Police 

Street Lights 

Fire Hydrant Service 

Post 121, Grand Army of the Republic 

Overseers of the Poor 

Board of Health 

State Tax for 1895 

County Tax for 1895 

Liquor Licenses, paid Treasurer Commonwealth, one- 
fourth of the amount received in 1895 

State Aid 

Cash in the Treasury January 31, 1896 



$ 2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 

2,000 00 
4,514 01 

56,000 00 

2,141 56 

33,844 95 

765 28 

107 26 

3,7.52 04 

4,290 21 

1,000 00 

2,358 90 

63 00 

5 57 

7 61 

1,753 49 

576 00 
7,992 30 
9,985 73 
6,000 00 
4,683 81 

836 49 
11,102 S3 
5,000 00 
4,100 00 
2,815 03 
3,466 00 
6,203 24 
6,756 22 
7,462 18 
5,250 OO 

150 OO 
4,700 94 
2,373 41 
5,085 OO 
8,112 47 

1 25 
1,167 00 



$225,423 80 
10,201 31 



$2.35,625 11 



TOWN DEBT, JANUARY 31, 1896. 



FUNDED LOAN. 



PERMANENT IMPKOVEHENTS. 

Two Hyde Park four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000 00 each, dated July 31, 1886, due August 1, 1896 2,000 00 

Four Hyde Park four per cent. Coiipon Bonds, 

$1,000 00 each, dated November 1,1887, due $2,000 00 annually, 1896—1897, 4,000 00 
Six Hyde Park four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000 00 each, dated September 1, 1888, due $2,000 00 auually, 1896— 189S, 6,000 00 

FAIEVIEW CEMETEKT. 

Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

four per cent, interest, dated March 1, 1892, due $2,000' 00 annually, 1896— 

1897 4,000 00 

STONE CKUSHING PLANT. 

Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

four per cent, interest, dated July 1, 1895, due $1,000 00 anually 1896— 

1899 4,000 00 

LOCK-UP. 

Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

four per cent, interest, dated October 1, 1895, due $600 00 annually, 1896 

—1898 1,800 00 

SCHOOL BUILDINGS. 

Sixteen Hyde Park four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000 00 each, dated November 1, 1895, due $2,000 annually, 1896—1903. 16,000 00 

Total Funded Loan $37,800 00 

DEBT PAYABLE IN THE YEAR 1896. 

Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

four per cent, interest, due May 1, 1896 9,100 00 

Total indebtedness $46,900 00 

HENRY S. BUNTON, Town Treasurer. 

Htde Park, February 1, 1896. 



APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES FOR 
THE CURRENT YEAR. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Interest ■ . ■ 

Schools . : . . . . ■ — 

Evening Schools ••■• 

Industrial Schools • 

School Incidentals .> • • 

Damon Insurance 

Repairs on Grew School Building.. 

Text Books and Supplies 

Laboratory for High School 

Furniture for High School Buildinj 
Public Librarj', current expenses... 

Public Library, new books 

Incidentals • 

Highways 

Permanent Improvements 

Warren & Hyde Park Avenues 

Highland Street 

New School Buildings 

New Stone Crushing Plant 

New Lock-up 

Fairview Cemetery = = . 

Salaries « 

Fire Department 

Police 

Street Lights ^ 

Fire H vdrant Service 

Post 12'l, G. A. R 

Overseers of the Poor 

Board of Health 

State and County Tax 



lAppropriation 



2S2,904 90 

33,9U0 00 

857 40 

11.5 95 

4, .302 57 

4,290 21 

1,000 00 

2,361 37 

63 00 

5 57 

1,998 70 

928 77' 

8,568 .51 

10,800 95 

6,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,270 00 

19,000 00 

5,(00 00 

4,100 00 

3,638 89 

3,475 00 

6,.501 06 

7,195 20 

8,000 00 

5,250 00 

150 00 

34,820 77 

2,920 66 

13,197 47 

$167,616 95 



ExiDCnditures. 



$ 2,141 56 

33,844 95 

765 28 

107 26 

3.752 04 
4,290 21 
1,000 00 
2,358 90 

63 00 
5 57 

1.753 49 
576 02 

7,992 30 

9,985 73 

6,000 00 

4,683 81 

836,49 

11,102 S3 

5,000 00 

4,100 00 

2,815 03 

3,466 00 

6,203 24 

6,756 22 

7,462 18 

5,2.50 00 

150 00 

4,700 94 

2,373 41 

13,197 47 



§152,733 93 



$763 34 

55 05 

92 12 

8 69 

550 53 



2 47 



245 21 
352 75 
576 21 
815 22 

316 19 
433 51 

■7,897 17 



823 86 
9 00 
297 82 
438 98 
537 82 



119 83 
547 25 



$14,883 02 



1 Including unexpended balances from last year. 

2 Including interest onJTreasurer's bank balances. 
^ Including cash refunded and received. 



AUDITORS' REPORT. 



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, 
ASA J. ADAMS, 

Auditors. 



BY-UW3. 



NOTIFICATION OP TOWN MEETING. 

Every town meeting sfiall be notified hy posting copies of the 
warrant calling the same, in ten public places in Ihe town, seven 
days, at least, before the diaiy 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 
b§^ 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 Ap^:il, for appropriating 
Buch gums of money as may be necessary for town purposes, and for 
transacting such other business as may legally be brought before 
Baid meeting. 

RULES FOR THE GOVERNMENT OP 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 
adjotti*n, to lay On the table, the previous question, to postpone to a 
certain time, to postpone indefinitely, to commit, or io amend; 
which several motions shall have precedence in the order in which 
they are herein arranged. 

^4._iThe powers and duties of the presiding officer, not especially 
pr'oVided for by law, or by 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. 

6. — 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 



102 



FINANCIAL YEAE. 

The financial year of the town shall begin with the first day ot 
Febrnary 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 thp 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 maj' be assessed, if paid on or before the first 
day 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 firstsecular 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 cortifying to the accounts of the treasurer, they shall 
examine his <3ash-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 alJ 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. 



103 



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 removed 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 ol such use of the highwaj^s. 

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, snowballs, or other missiles, 
or discharge anj' gun, cannon, or firearm, or make any bonfire or 
other fires in any street or way where the public have a right to 
pass. 

6. — No person shall propel, drive, wheel or draw any bicycle, tri- 
cycle, 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 sufl'er any horse, cattle, swine or 
sheep, belonging to him or under his care or keeping, to go upon or 
over the same, nor sufier any horse to Remain hitched across, or 
upon, or otherwise obstruct or injure, any such sidewalk. 



104 

7.— No person shall hitch or fasten any horse to any ornamental 
tree standing or growing on omear atiV sidewalk, or to the boxing 
ib* guard about said tree, without the consent of the owner thereof. 

8. — No person shall without a written license from the selectmen 
place or cause to be placed, or suffer to remain within the limits of a 
street or upon any sidewalk, so as in any manner to obstruct the 
travel tlieteon, any vehicle, wood, coal, manure, dirt, gravel, stones, 
building material, barrels, boxes, merchahdise. or anyTubbish (jr 
Obstruction whatever. ■, ■ ^-^-"*' rtU' • -..i 

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 siich terms and conditions as said board mky 
deem that the health aUcl interests of the town require. 

lO.— Loud crying of warfes or merchahdise, or hallooing, hooting 
or making loud and unseemly noises oh 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 
jpublic 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 
brossing, 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 hear to each other, on ahy sidewalk or street Or crossing, 
or in any public place, in such a manner as to obstruct a friee 
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^puisance upon any sidewalk or other place 
resorted to by the public, or against any tree, building or structure 
adjoining a sidewalk. 



105 

15.— No person shall extinguish any street light, or extinguish or 
remove any light placed td denote an obstriictictti or' a defect in 'any 
street or way^,--wit4ibftt proper kutlibrity^'~"^ * -■ ■-'■' 
' 16.— No'persbn shall %wim of bathe in any of the waters within the 
limits of this town, so "aB to be exposed in ia 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 iAtermeddle with any hydrant, gate, gate-box 
or water pipe placed or located within the limits of any public way 
in this' town, withoiit permissibn from ihe Selectmenor the Hyde 
Fark'Wa;ter'Corapa;hy. ■7<- 

PASTURAGE OF Cattle or other animals on streets or ways. 

No^ersotl shall pasture any cattlev'goat or 6th«r animal upon any 
street br public wayin said town, either with or without a keeper, 
except within the limits of such way adjoining his own premises, and 
field-drivers are Histriicted to enforce this by-law. 

LIST OF tax-payers. 

The names of all persons paying a tax on real or personal property 
shall be published ann-ually 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 tile of all town reports, reports of all 
committees chosen by the town, and all original documents relating 
to the affairs of the town which mixy come into his possession ; he 
sha:ll, 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 ah bath of office, also issue a written or 
jpiiiited- notice to all persons who have been elected to a,ny 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 iiistitute and prosecute suits in the name of the 
town,' and appear tbr anu defend suits brought against it, unless 
otherwise specially ordered b} a vote of the town. 



106 



CONVEYANCING. 

• 'Whenever it shall be necessary to execute any deed conveying 
land, or any other instriiment required to carry into effect any vote 
of the town, tlie 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 thereof 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 znstcZe 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'.-^Airflues shall be topped out at least foiii* 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 cajj of metal or stone properly secured. 

6.— Hearths of fireplaces or grates shall be laid upon brick or 
.other trimmer arches, or upon bars of ii' on supporting a bed of brick- 
work. 

6,._]Sio 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 



107 

double collar of metal, with at least four inches of air space and 
holes foi' 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 ma,terial 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 
to 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 
or other fixtures, or any camphene or other explosive lOr 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 notity and direct the owner, tenant, or occupant of 
the premises upon which the same are situated, to alter, repair or 
remove the same, as tlie 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- 
inafter stated. 

11. — The removal, extension or essential alteration of any ouiid- 
ing ; also the rebuilding or repairing of any building v/hich 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 ET-LAWS. 

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



108 

PENALTIES UNDER THK BY-L&.WS. 

Every violation of a^'ny of the foregoing ^y-la'virs shall be punished 
by a fine bfnoi less than one dollar nior liibre than twetity dollstlrs, 
to be recovered by complaint before any trial jastice in the Cotihty 
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-la'ws, by Gom- 
plaint before any trial justice In the County of Norfolk, Or ally other 
court having jurisdictiou. 

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 ftom the 
time of committing such breach. ' = -.jt -«. ,n > 



All By-laws or parts of By-laws of this town heretofore existing 
are hereby repealed, and these By-laws of the town of Hyde Park 
ghall go into effect from and after their adoption by the town and 
th6ir approval by the Superior Gourt or any Justice thereof. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Norfolk, SS. 

Hyde Park, November 17, 1886. 
At a meeting o;f the legal voters of said town of Hyde Park, held in 
Everett Hall, oh 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 : 

r - ERASTUS WORTHINGTON, Clerk 



109 

TRUANTS. 

The following by-laws relating to truants were adopted 
by this town December 10, 1895, and approved by the 
Superior Court for our County of Norfolk January 7, 1896, 
namely : 

1.— All children convicted of habitual truency hereunder, and 
children between the ages of seven and fifteen years, lesiding in said 
town, and who may be found wandering about the streets or pabiic 
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 
place provided by this, town within its limits, for confinement, 
instruction and discipline. 

2.— Two or more truant oflicers shall be appointed annually, whose 
duty it shall be to inquire into all the violations of 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. 

3. — It shall be the duty of every truant oflicer, 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- 
factory pledges for the restraint and reformation of the child, he 
maj', at his discretion, forbear to prosecute so long as such pledges 
are faithfully kept. 

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

5.— 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 Commitrtee, who shall publish the same with their own report. 

6. — Nothing in these by-laws shall be so construed as to alter or 
impair the obligation and duty ot teachers to enforce punctuality 
and regularity of attendance, and to preserve good order and disci- 
pline. 

Attest: 

HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 



BY-LAWS. 

Prescribing Rules and Regulations for the materials, con- 
struction, alteration and inspection of all pipes, tanks, fau- 
cets, valves and other fixtures, by and through which waste 
water or sewage is used and carried, in any building within 
the limits of the town of Hyde Park, Massachusetts, pre- 
pared in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 477 of 
the Acts of the year 1893, and Chapter 455 of the Acts of 
the year 1894 of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 



Section 1. The plumbing of every building shall be separately 
and independently connected with a proper cesspool. 

Section 2. Pipes and other fixtures shall not be covered or con- 
cealed from view until approved by the inspector of plumbing ap- 
pointed by the Board of Health, who shall examine same within two 
working days after notice that they are ready for inspection. 

Section 3. Plumbing work shall not be used unless the same has 
first been tested in the presence of the inspector with the water test, 
or if that is not practical, with the peppermint or other reliable test, 
and approved by him in writing. All soil and drain pipes must be 
in position before the test is ma/e, otherwise the work will not be ap- 
proved. The practicability of any test will in all cases be decided by 
the inspector. 

Section 4. Drain and connecting ventilating pipes shall be of suf- 
ficient size and made of cast iron within the building, and for a dis- 
tance of at least ten feet outside, except tjiat lead pipes may bo used 
for short connections exposed to view. Such pipes shall be of uni- 
form thickness throughout, and shall have an average weight not 
less than below specified, viz : — 

2 inch pipe 5 1-2 lb. per It. 

3 inch pipe 9 1-2 lb. per ft. 

4 inch pipe 13 lb. per ft. 

5 inch pipe 17 lb. per ft. 

6 inch pipe 20 lb. per ft. 

Drain pipes shall be properly secured by iron to thp walls, laid in 



Ill 

trenches to uniform grade, or suspended to floor timbers by strong 
iron hangers. Every drain pipe shall he supplied with a suitable 
trap with brass cleanout screw and conuected with Y branch; also 
provided with brass cleanout between all fixtures, connections, etc., 
and cesspool or vaults, and inside as near to cellar wall as practica- 
ble where it leaves the building, and shall have a proper fall- 
Changes in direction shall be made with curved pipes, and all con- 
nections with horizontal or vertical pipes shall be made with Y 
branches. All drain pipes shall be exposed to sight where practica- 
ble within the building, and shall not be exposed to pressure where 
they pass through walls, and in no case to be carried in plastered 
partitions unless provided with removable covers on wall. Every part 
of every drain pipe below a cellar floor shall be laid in a brick trench 
with a concrete base and shall be accessible through sufficiently unat- 
tached coyers 

Section 5. Whenever rain water conductors are connected with 
.-any pipe of the drainage system of the house, that portion within the 
;house or underground shall be of cast iron pipe with lead joints, and 
in all cases provided with an extra deep trap where it enters house 
drain. No rain water conductor shall be used as a soil pipe. 

Section 6. Iron pipes used in plumbing shall, before being put in 
■place, be first tested by the water or kerosene test, and then coated 
inside and outside with coal tar pitch applied hot, or with paint or 
with some equivalent substance. Joints shall be run full with mol- 
ten lead, and thoroughly calked and made tight. Connections of lead 
pipes with iron pipes shall be made with brass ferrules properly 
soldered and calked to the iron. Every joint in earthen pipe shall 
be made in hydraulic cement, care being taken that the inside and 
outside of the joints and of the pipe is properly cleaned out before 
connection is made with the house. Every joint in lead pipe shall be 
made of solder, and wiped joints are to be used where practicable- 
No paint or putty is to be used on joints until they have been tested. 

Section 7. The waste pipe of each and every sink, basin, bath tub, 
water closet, slop hopper and of each set of trays or other fixtures 
shall be furnished with a separate trap, except that one five inch 
trap may be used for a bath tub and a bowl, or for a sink and set of 
wash trays, provided the length of waste pipe from the fixtures does 
not exceed three feet. Traps will be placed as close to the fixtures 
as practicable, and shall be protected from siphonage or air pressure 
by special cast iron air pipes of a size not less than the waste pipes 
they serve, placed outside or below the trap as near the crown of the 
trap as practicable. No trap vents shall be connected with earthen 



112 

ware. Leadair.pipes may be used where tUey f^i'A-e^po^ed to. view. 
All round traps must have cleancut screws below the water line. 

Air pipes for water closet traps shall be of two inch hore if thirty 
feet or less in length, and of three inch bore if more than, thi\-ty feet 
in length. Air pipes shall be run as direct as prakcticable. Two qr 
more air pipes may be connected together or with a drain pipe, but 
in every case of connection with a drain pipe, such connection shall 
be above the upper fixture of the buiWiug. 

Section 8. Drip or overflow pipes from safes under water closets 
and other fixtures or from tanks or cisterns, shall be run to sorae 
place in open sight and in no case shall any such pipe be connected 
directly with a drain pipe. 

No waste pipe from a refrigerator or other receptacle in which 
provisions are stored shall be connected with a drain pipe or other 
waste pipe. 

Section 9. Every water closet, or line of water closets, on the 
same floor, shall be supplied with water from a tank or cistern, and 
shall have a flusning pipe of not less than one inch in diameter ; but 
this requirement shall not apply to water closets substituted for vaults 
where the same are located outside of the building proper, and such 
water closets may be arranged so as to receive their supply directly 
from the main with proper fixtures approved by the inspector, the 
water company and the Board of Health. No fixture, as a slop hop- 
per, etc., shall be set up unless it is provided with proper means for 
flushing. 

Section 10. No steam exhaust shall be connected with any soil or 
waste pipe. 

Section 11. Water pipes from traps shall equal or exceed in area 
of cross section the sum of areas of pipe entering sewer from fixtures, 
as inspector shall direct. 

The foregoing by-laws relating to plumbing were adopted by the 
town, Nov. 28, 1894, and were approved by the Superior Court for 
the County of Norfolk. Jan. 22, 1895. 

Attest : 

HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. 



heirs 



ana iTraiik A 



Abbott, Elmer E. 
Aborn, Elizabeth 
Adams, Charlotte H. 
Adams, Josephine G. 
Addison, Harry 
Adler, George H. 
Albee, Samuel . 
Al len, C L. and E. S 
Alden, Bessie L. 
Alden, Edward S. 
A.lden, Francelia M. 
Alderman, Merit P., heirs 
Alderman, Lucy A 
Allen, Charles F. 
Allen, Emma W. 
Allen, C. P., H. N. Bates and 
Allen, Adelia S. 
Alles, William H. 
Am back, Krank H. 
Amback AEspinola 
Anderson, George E. 
Anderson, John J. 
Anderson, Otis A. 
A ndrews, Charles M. 
Andrews, Marietta 
An irews, Ellen L. 
"Andrews, Jane 
Annis, Augustus K. 
Appell, Sarah A. 
Archibald, Andrjw W 
Arentzen, Christiana, 1 
Armstrong, David W 
Arnold, Ellen VV. 
Arnold, Henry F. 
Atkinson, Isabella 
Atkinson, Ida M. 
Atwood, Delia, heirs 



Batchelder, Eizzie B. . 
Badger, Susan C. Miss 
Badger, S. C, Mrs. 
Baessler, Henry 
Bailey, George 'G. 
Baker, Frank H. 
Balkan! . Stephen B. 
Balkam, S. B. & Co., 
Baptist Church Society 
Barme, Charlotte 
Barney, James E. 
Barney, Amanda 
Barney Lucy R. 
Barrett, Michael W. 
Barrett, John F. 
Barrett, Margaret V. 
Barritt, William H. 
Barritt, Katlierine 
Barry, Patrick and Catherine 
Barry, Michael, heirs 
Bartholomew, Myron H. 
Bartlett, Alma M. 



G. E 



Whiting, trustees 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



$U 20 

8 52- 

25 21 

17 04 



51 83 



6 74 
2 84 



2 13 



1 77 

2 48 
178 92 



1 42 
36 



$35 50 
34 08 
41 18 
53 96 
44 02 



Unpaid. 



38 34 


96 56 


40 12 


15 62 


38 .34 


253 47 


58 22 


208 74 


33 72 


264 83 


80 94 


49 70 


25 21 


29 82 


4 26 


29 82 


35 14 


8 52 


31 24 


62 48 


2f) 82 


6 03 


35 .50 


51 12 


39 05 


42 25 


19 53 


312 40 


195 96 


68 16 


20 95 


56 80 


14 20 


150 16 


210 86 


63 90 


200 58 


2 84 


32 66 


16 .33 


6 74 


24 14 


38 34 


26 98 


21 30 


101 18 


39 76 



$35 50 
41 18 

14 20 



2 84 
49 70 



4 26 

39 82 



31 24 

62 48 



39 05 
19 53 



195 96 
56 80 



201 29 

2 84 

32 66 

16 69 
6 74 



101 18 
39 76 



114 



Resident Tax-Patees — ( Continued.) 



Bartlett, Elizabeth E. 
Barton, Walter 
Bass, Lizzie L. 
Bates, Emma M. 
Bates, Henry N. 
Bates, Liizzle C. 
Bates, James 
Batho, William 
Baxter, Edward H. 
Beatey, Catharine B. 
Beatey, John 
Beatey, Annie J. 
Beatey, George A. 
Beatey, Ada F. 
Beausang, Patrick 
Beau sang, Rosanua 
Becker, Charles 
Bell, Elizabeth . 
Bennett, Fred C. 
Bennett, John C. 
Bent, Catherine, heirs 
Benton, Jesse S. 
Benton, Mary A. 
Benton, Martha A., estate, 
Bentham, Elizabeth M. 
Berry, Loiiisa M. 
Berrv, Leonard W. 
Berry, L.W. & Co. 
Be^ver, Leopold R. 
Bickford, Lomelia A. 
Bickford, Leroy M. 
Bickmore, Albion P. 
Bidwell, Lawson B. 
J^igelow, Fred C. 
Billings, H. J. . 
Bingham, Charles H. 
Black, James I. 
Blackev, Sarah S. 
Blacknier, Hannah H. 
Blaisdell & Bartlett 
Blake, Emma E. 
Blake, Phoebe E. 
Blake, Percy M. 
Blasdale, Henry 
Bleakie, Robert 
Bleakie, Robert & Co. 
Blodgett, AnnaE. 
Bloom, Julius R. 
Bodflsh, William H. 
Bodwell, William P. 
Boland, Michael C. 
BoHon, Eliza J. 
Bond, John R. . 
Bonn ell, John D. 
Bonney, Siisan. heirs. 
Bonney, Peter I. 
Boothby, Asa S. 
Bouffard, Levi 
Bowen, Daniel S. 
Bowen, Mary E. 
Bowie, Frank E. 
Boyd, Ella F. . 
Boyd, Joseph H. 
Boylan, Stephen 



Town Hyde Park ta 



X title 



Per- 


sonal. 


$ 5 68 


17 04 

2 84 


3 55 


9 23 


7 81 


12 07 
21 30 


13 49 


53 60 

1 07 

10 65 


36 


7 10 

7 10 

576 52 

375 59 


2 48 


1 42 

2 48 



Real 
Estate. 


$29 82 


56 80 


72 42 


405 41 


78 10 


37 98 


32 66 


65 32 


54 67 


19 17 


19 17 


62 71 


35 50 


41 89 


112 18 


43 31 


2 49 


96 56 


56 SO 


29 82 


34 79 


34 08 


93 72 


84 13 


90 88 


102 24 


25 56 


46 86 


12 78 


39 41 


61 41 


9 58 


119 28 


68 16 


112 18 


2206 32 


50 41 


44 02 


45 79 


43 31 


39 76 


114 31 


14 20 


50 41 


39 41 


64 61 


42 60 


39 41 


42 60 


54 67 


20 23 


40 47 



115 



Resident Taxpayees — {^Continu&d.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate- 


Unpaid. 


Boynton, Charles A. ...... 




$.t6 09 


$56 09 


Bradford, Sophia I. . 












35 50 




Bradford, Heruert H. 










$ 2 13 




2 13 


Bradley, Kate E. 












40 12 




Brady, Ellen W. 












3 19 


3 19 


Brady, John 












IS 46 




Bragan, Thomas P. 












42 25 




Bragan, Saiah . 
Bramard, Amos H. 












3 19 












17 75 


204 48 




Braiuard, Elizabeth C. 












117 86 




BraJnard Foundry Co,, 










5 68 


35 50 




Brainard Milling Machine C 


0., 








568 00 


325 54 




Bramwell, William C. 










144 84 


124 96 




Breingan, Alison 












14 91 


14 91 


Brennon, Padick J. . 










1 42 




1 42 


Breingan, Andrew 










1 07 


28 40 




Bresnahan, Hannah . 












67 44 




Brewer, Evans J. 












26 63 




Brewer, Esther A. 












4 26 




Brewer, Frank H. 










3 55 






Bridge, Samuel W". 












22 37 




Bridgman, Annie E. . 












164 72 


164 72 


Briggs, Mary E. 












35 15 




Brigham, Franklin D. 










12 78 






Brlgham, Helen 












88 04 




Broderick, Pauline M. 












2 13 




Brooks, Annie M. 












30 18 


30 18 


Brooks, Clarence E. . 












34 07 


34 07 


Brostrom, A. .J. heirs . 












38 34 




Brown, James R. 










71 


82 71 


83 42 


Brown, Isaac J. 










6 39 


509 07 




Brown, I. J., Trustee . 










184 60 






Brown, Bartlett J. 












44 73 




Brown, John Adams . 












5 68 




Brown, Walter A. 










1 77 






Bruce. Anetta, Miss . 












42 60 




Bryant, Helen . 












.54 67 




Bryant, Walter C. 










2 48 


10 65 




Buchan, Thomas 












3 19 




Buck, Laura A. 












36 21 


36 21 


Bullard, Susan A. 












54 67 




BuUard, Mary A. 








1 07 


135 26 




Bullard, Lucy B., and M. G. 


Stockwell, . 








53 96 




Bullard, Isaac . 










175 01 


175 01 


Bunton, Henry S. 










95 14 




Buntou, Henry S. (bank). 










33 02 




Bunton, Henry 8., Trustee for Robert Bleakie 


, Johr 










S. Bleakie, C. F. Allen et al. . 








178 92 




Bunton, Henry S., Trustee for Robert and 


■ J. S 










Bleakie ..... 








1885 05 




Bunton, Henry S., Trustee for Robert Bleakie 








1115 77 




Burby, Charles E. . . . . 






2 13 






Burger, Anton ..... 






1 77 


37 63 


39 40 


Burgess, Ada ..... 








58 93 




Burgess, Isaac C. . . . . 






2 48 






Burke, John J. .... 








27 33 




Burke, John ..... 








32 66 




Burke, Thomas, 1st . 








10 65 




Burke, Thomas, 2nd .... 








40 47 




Burke, Thomas and Margaret 








4 97 


4 97 


Burke, Mary E. .... 








18 46 


18 46 


Burleigh, Henry T. . 






14 20 






Burnett, Marshall, heirs .... 








41 18 




Burns, Timothy and Dennis 








36 92 


36 92 



116 
Resident Taxpayers — (^Continued.') 





Per- 


Real 




NAMES. 


sonal. 


Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Burns, Timothy . . . . . 




$63 90 


$63 90 


Burns, James 5l. . . . 












16 33 




Burns. Michael . 












15 62 


15 62 


Burns, Jules M. . . . 










$7 10 


44 02 


51 12 


Burns, Jules M. & Co. 










71 00 




71 00 


Burns, James A. 












28 40 




Burns, Annie C- and Eliza R. 












4 26 




Burscn, Mary M. . . . 












63 90 




Butler, Geo. H., Heirs 












3 55 




Butler, Harriet P. W. 












69 58 




Butler, Mary A. 












42 60 




Butler, Walter . 












7 10 


7 10 


Butler, Mary A. 












6 39 




Caffln, Ruth P. . 


1 42 


51 12 


52 54 


Cahill, James 












37 28 


37 28 


Caldwell, Alexander . 












18 46 




Caller, Ella A. . 












48 28 




Caller, Frederick E. . 












59 64 




Caller, Joseph . 












52 54 




Cameron, .Jane L. 












25 m 


25 56 


Campbell, Carrie 












24 85 


24 85 


Campbell, Agnes 












72 42 




Campbell, .John W. 










1 77 






Campbell, Eliza B. 












26 27 




Cane, Edmund . 












19 17 


19 17 


Carberry, William 












257 73 




Carberry, .Tohn W. 










■2 13 




2 13 


Carberry, Elizabeth A. 












127 80 




Carlton, Clara M. 












32 66 


32 66 


Carlton, George E. . 










2 13 




2 13 


Carlisle, Julius A. 












6 39 


6 39 


Carr, Allen P. 












41 18 




Carraher, James 












17 75 


17 75 


Carrington, Henry B. 












73 84 




Carrol], Hannah M. . 












12 07 




Carter, Austin F. 










2 13 


38 70 




Carter, Elizabeth B., heirs, . 












52 54 




Carter, J. B., Est. Tr. . 












39 76 




Carter, Henry F. 










4 97 




4 97 


Case, Wilbert J. 










2 13 


95 14 




Cashman, Ellen F. 












29 46 


29 46 


Cass, Francis W. 












35 15 




Cass, John M. . 












21 30 




Chadbourne, John B. . 












21 30 


21 30 


Chaffee, Mary M. 












58 22 




Chaisson, Robert 












12 78 


12 78 


Chaisson, Peter 












13 13 


13 13 


Chamberlain, Thomas 










7 10 


42 60 




Chamberlain, Henry .J. 












35 15 




Chamberlain, Martha A. H. . 












35 50 


35 ,50 


Chandler, Edwin J. 










13 13 


22 72 




Chandler, Emeline N. 












51 12 




Chandler, Abram F. . 












20 24 




Chandler, Julia S. 












12 07 




Chapman, Annie S. 












123 54 




Chapman, Mary 












33 73 




Chapman, Henry K. . . "• 












5 68 


5 68 


Cheever, Hattie N. 












27 34 


27 34 


Cherriugton, Robert B. 












35 .50 


35 50 


Chick, Charles G. . ' . 










7 10 


59 64 




Chick, Charles G., Tr. 












75 62 





117 



Resident Taxpayers — (^Continued.) 





Per- 


Real 




NAMES. 


sonal. 


Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Chilcls, Alexander G. . . / . 


$85 50 


$ 47 .56 




Chittick, James J. 












2 13 






Church, Emma J. 














62 48 


§62 48 


Church, Edward P. . 














3 55 


3 55 


Cilley, Jonathan L., heirs 














29 11 




Clark, Mary 














29 11 




Clark, Arthur F. 














44 02 




Clark, Leonard C. 














7 10 




Clark, Sarah A. 














95 84 




Clark, Rose L. 












19 53 




Clark, Eugene H. 










3 90 






Carke, Frank B. 










1 77 


50 77 




Clarke, Marcus, heirs . 












53 96 




Clary, Marv 












77 


26 98 




Cleveland, Alrten T. . 














26 98 




Clisby, Robert S. 












21 30 




21 30 


Clough, Octavia N. . . 














42 25 




Coan, Caroline A. 














42 25 




Cobb, Mary Jane 














46 14 




Cochran, David H. 












1 77 


46 86 


48 63 


Coes, Charles S. 












2 84 


47 57 




Coffin, Sarah A. 












4 26 




4 26 


Cogan, Thomas 
Colbv, Frank M. 














78 10 














18 46 


2 84 




ColbV, Charles H. 












8 87 






Colby, Martha H. 














71 00 




Coleman, Elizabeth S.. 












1 42 


178 57 


179 99 


Collins, Annie B. 














63 90 




Collins, Charles A. 














44 02 


44 02 


Collins, William H. . 












2 13 


71 


2 84 


Collins, Patrick D. 














112 18 




Collins, James. 














15 62 


15 6i 


Concannon, Patrick . 














17 75 


17 75 


Condon, James 












5 68 


71 00 




Conley, Michael, heirs 














30 53 




Conley, James Mrs. . 














18 46 




Conn, Freeman W. 












2 13 




2 13 


Conn, Etta E. . 














56 80 


56 80 


Conley, Stephen 














18 46 


18 46 


Connelly, Michael 














53 25 




Connick, Ann . 














31 24 




Connick, James A. 












3 90 


4 26 


8 16 


Connolly, Mary 














23 43 




Conro}^" Patrick 














22 01 




Cook, Emily A. 














.37 63 




Cook, Jacob, 














59 64 




Cook, Edith J. . 














16 33 




Cook, Fi-ank. J. 














35 50 


35 50 


Corbett, Alexander W. 












2 13 






Corbett, Ellen E. 














36 21 


36 21 


Corbett, Jeremiah 












4 26 




4 26 


Corbett, .John . 














29 82 




Corbett, Margaret 














28 76 




Corcoran, Mary, .John, am 


estat 


e of : 


Edwai 


d anc 










Bridget Dolan 














24 14 




Corcoran, John 














29 47 




Corcoran, Mary and Edward 


, heirs 












22 01 




Corrigan, Bridget 














95 84 


95 84 


Corrigan, Lillian M. . 














16 69 


16 69 


Corrigan, Rose . 














18 10 


IS 10 


Corrigan, Thomas 












14 70 


271 22 


285 92 


Corson, Clara . 














79 .52 


79 52 


Corson, Reuben 












99 40 


.56 80 


156 20 


Corthell, James R. 














38 34 





118 
Resident Tax-Paters — (^Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Cotter, James E. ..... . 


$47 21 


$ 165 43 




Cotter, John, 








8 52 


49 70 




Cotter, Timothy G. and Henry 










26 98 




Couffhlin, Bridget F. . 
Coullahan, Charlotte A. 










7 81 


$a7;81 










9 94 




Coullahan, Margaret . 










20 59 


'S'5?S!.»^ 


Courtney, E'izabeth B. 










48 28 




Coveney, James S. 








2 13 


857 55 


859 "68 


Coveney, Mary . 










86 62 


86^62 


Coveney, Augusta E. . 










36 92 


II 


Cowan, William C. and Matilda 










39 76 


Cox, Hugh 










23 43 


Crabtree, Nancy E. 










42 25 


42 25 


Jremin, Jeremiah 










34 08 


34l08 


Cromwell, Peter J. . 








1 77 


29 82 


31 59 


Crosby, John 








11 00 




11_00 


Crosby, Marcia M. . 










27 .34 




Cross, Edward W. . . . 








1 42 


50 41 




Crov/ley, John . 








14 20 






Crowley, John A. 








14 20 






Crumett, Lucy T. 










1 42 




Crumett, Charles H. . 








3 90 


193 83 


197 73 


Crummet, Newton B., Jr. 










51 83 




Crumpler, Arthur 










11 36 


1 


Cullen, John H. 










22 37 


i% 


CuUen, .James A. 










25 56 




Cullen, Matthew A. 








1 42 


4 26 


5"66 


Cullen, Michael and Bridget 










20 ,59 


90"59 


Cummings, Bridget 










6 :-:4 




Cundall, Phoebe A. 








2 84 


31 24 


34 08 


Cunningham, Joseph . 










33 37 




Curley, Sabina, heirs . 










16 33 




Curran, Morgan 










2 84 




Currier, Azelia . 










14 91 


14 9 


Currier, Charles H. 








35 50 


56 80 




Curtis, .J. Langdon 










42 60 




Curtis, Joseph N. 








2 13 


61 06 




Dadley, .James ....... 




75 fil 




Daly, Daniel F. 










12 07 




Daly, Bartholomew, . 










40 47 


40 47 


Damon, Roscoe . 










39 76 




Damon, Nancy N. , , 










7 81 




Darling, Mary M. 










49 70 




Darling, Willis A. 










235 72 




Darling, 4nna E. 










99 40 




Darling, Frank W., & Co. 








.57 31 






Davenport, Charles E. 








28 76 


36 92 




Davenport, Albert 








8 52 


28 40 




Davenport, A. & C. E. 










2 13 




Davenport, Warren J. 










5 68 


5 8 


Davis, Alonzo . 








7 10 


217 26 




Davis, Harriet S. 










1.57 62 




Davis, Chaiies S., heirs 










53 96 




Davis, C. S. & Co., 








42 60 




42 60 


Davis, Edmund 








116 V9 






Davis, Edmund, Trustee 








11 36 






Davis, David L. 








28 40 


149 10 




Davis, Arris H. . 










28 40 




Deagle, William C. 










4 26 




Dean, Alexis C. 






42 60 






Dean, Ellen C. . 








76 68 


76 68 



119 
Resident Tax-Paters — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Dean, Helen M. T. . 




$ 2 49 




Dean, Henry M. 














57 87 




Dean, Hubert T. 












$ 1 07 




$1 07 


DeEntreniont, Matilda 














34 08 




DeLuc, George B. 














11 36 


11 36 


Deming, Emma E. 














39 76 


39 76 


Devlin, Ellen 














56 80 


58 80 


Dickenson, Mary A. . 














42 60 




Divjrkes, Joseph 














49 ;o 




Dixon, Isaac S. . 












11 36 




11 36 


Doane, Clara J. 














211 58 


211 58 


Doane, James A. 














28 40 




Dockham Cliloe D. 














85 20 




Dodge, Bertha H. , 














59 64 




Dolan, Catherine A. . 














14 20 




Dolan, Thomas J. 












2 84 




2 84 


Dolan, Thomas P. 












21 30 




Dolan, Peter J. , 












4 26 




Dolan, Bridget . 












98 69 




Donahoe, Patrick M. . 














31 24 


31 24 


Donlan, Hannah 












8 52 


53 96 




Donley, Thomas H. 














3 55 




Donley, Margaret E. . 














3 55 




Donohoe, Bridget A. heirs. 














58 22 




Donohoe, .John 












1 07 






Dooley, Catherine, heirs 














28 40 


28 40 


Doty, Geo. E. . 














46 15 


46 15 


Dowley, Aup^usta L, . 














49 70 




Downe"y, Michael 














67 80 




Downey, Rose . 














45 44 


2 84 


Downey, John . 












1 77 


23 43 




Downing, Elizabeth C. 














45 44 




Downing, Alfred 












70 86 


61 06 




Downing, Belinda 












32 87 


46 86 




Dray, John E., heirs . 














6 03 


6 03 


Drumraey, John J . 














34 79 




Duggan, "Dennis 














22 72 


22 72 


Duggan, James and Kate 














9 23 


9 23 


Duggan, Ann, heirs . 














17 04 


17 04 


Dunbar, Hannah J. 














30 53 




Dunbar, Alonzo W. 












1 77 






Dunham, Thomas H. . 














63 90 




Dunlap, .Tames, 














11 36 


11 36 


Dunn, John Owen 














7 81 


7 81 


Dunn, Lizzie 














24 14 




Durant, Mary J. 














40 12 




Durning, Mary E. 














24 85 




Durell, .James McD. . 














71 71 




Dwyer, Patrick J. 












3 55 


63 90 


67 45 


Dyer, Quincy 












42 60 


5 68 


48 28 


Dyer, Laura E. 














53 96 


53 96 


Dyer, M. J. & C. B. . 














59 64 




Dyer, Agnes P. 












42 60 


42 60 


ill 
Edenborg, .John ...... 




29 82 




Edge, Anthony .... 










38 69 




Bdson, George A. . . . 










17 04 


17 04 


Edwards, .Jane B. . . . 






, 




38 34 


38 34 


Edwards, Joseph 








8 52 




8 52 


Eisnor, Leona M. . . . . 










31 24 




Elliott, Margaret B. . 










53 96 




Elliot, .John F 








7 10 







120 
Resident Tax-Payers — ( Continued.) 





NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal 


Real 

Estate. 

$ 20 .59 


Unpaid. 


Elliot, Albert E. 






Elliott, Samuel T. 










$ 3 19 


52 19 




Elliott, Mar\' C. 












1 42 




Ellis, Joseph D. 












68 16 




Ellis, Hattie E. . 












85 20 




Ellis, William J. 










3 55 






Elwell, Russell T. 












52 54 




Elwell, Miles T. 












36 92 




Emerson, Luther O. . 












120 70 




Emers >u, Fannie B. . 












78 10 


$78 10 


Emerson, Chirles W. 










2 84 




2 84 


English, William T. . v. 












62 83 


62 83 


Enneking, John J. 










4 26 


96 56 


100 82 


Estes, Gai dner F. 












280 80 


155 80 


Estey, Francis H. 










8 16 




8 16 


Evans, Emily F. 












58 22 




Everett, Willard S. . 










1 77 


83 78 




Ewell, Florence A. 












35 50 


35 50 


Fairbairn, Draxanna ...... 




31 24 




Fairbaii-n, AV'illiam U. 












58 93 




FairbanlvS, Caroline O. 












53 96 




Fairmount Manufacturing Co. 










25 56 




25 56 


Fallon, Bridget 












7 81 


7 81 


Fallon, Peter . 












61 41 




Fallon, Peter and Michael . 










11 36 






Farnswoi tn, .John A. . 












90 88 


90 88 


Farnsworth, Charles L. 










43 60 


243 53 




Farrington, Laura A . . 












22 01 


22 01 


Farwell, Eva S. 












74 55 


74 55 


Faulkner, Mary C. 












50 41 




Faunce, Josephine 












43 31 




Feehan, Hannah 










1 07 


49 70 


50 77 


Felch, Sarah A . . 












5 68 




Fellows, George M. 










1 77 


66 74 


68 51 


Fellows, Horace E. . 










2 13 






Fellows, Mai-saret I. . 












42 60 




Fellows, Martha T. . 












68 16 




Fennell, William 












23 08 




Fennessey, Cassie and Rose M. 












6 39 


6 39 


Fennessey, William A. ... 












2 84 




Fennessey, James 










1 07 




1 07 


Fennessey, John L. . 












32 66 


32 66 


Fenno, Marj' L. ... 












66 74 




Feuno, Annie R. . . . 












72 42 




Fenno, William, heirs 












113 60 




Ferguson, Mary I. . 












31 24 




Fernald, Joanna S. . 












33 37 




Fifleld, Frank I. 












36 92 




Fiffe, .James .... 










71 


2 84 


3 55 


Fiffe, Margaret .... 












17 04 


17 04 


Fennessey, Mary D. E. 












28 40 


28 40 


Finn, Thomas .... 












22 59 




Firth, Aljraham, .Tr. . 












25 56 


25 56 


Fish, Charles D. . . . 












42 60 




Fisher, Andrew 










26 98 






Fisher, T^vdia M. 










41 89 




Fisher, Sophia .... 










45 44 




Fieher, George 








43 H7 




Fiske, H. C.andP. A. 








149 10 




Fiske, Marv .... 








78 10 




Fiske, Charles F. . . 


2 48 







121 
Resident Tax-Paters — {Continued.) 



Fitch, Grace B. 
Fitton, Lucr B. . 
Fitton, John 
Fitzgerahl, Peter J. 
Fitzgerald, Sarali J. 
Flaherty, Poger J. 
Folev, iionora . 
Foley, Michael .1. 
Forbes, Mary M. 
Foster, Alice G. 
Foster, Sanniel A. 
Foster, (Roberts) Edith E. 
Foster, Fred A . 
Foster, Alfred . 
Foster, Sarah E. 
Fowle, Frances A . 
Fox, Catharine . 
Fradenburg, Morris 
Frame, Annie M. 
Franipton, Amelia E 
Fisher, Elizabeth D. 
Frampton, Robert L. 
Franklin, John W. 
Fratiis, Catano . 
Freeman, Sarah A. 
Freeman, Charles T. 
French, Leroy J., & Co 
French, Leroy J. 
French, Amanda M. 
French, Lemuel B. and Carol 
French, Alice G. 
Freide, Charles 
Friend, Flora L. 
' Frost, Georere W. 
Frost, Fannie ISf. 
P^ost, Edward N. 
Frost, Frnnk M. 
Fulton, James . 
Furdon. Mareraret 
Fury, Ellen M. . 

G 



Gallagher, John J. and Nellie M. 

GiUigan, Andre\y 

Galligan, jVfatthew 

Galloupe, Mabel E. 

Gallup, ^larian L. 

Galvin, Thomas 

Gardner. Fred W. 

Girrity, Jnmes . 

Gateley, Ellen . 

Geer, Walter K. 

George, Frank L. 

•^eorge. Edie M. 

Gellewitz, Morris 

Gerry, Otis P. . 

Gibbons, Marv J. 

Giles, Alfred E. 

Giles, Susannah R. H. 

(Gillette, Mary M. 

Glhnartin, Patrick 

Gil son, John, 

Gleason, F. W. & Co. 



Per- 
sonal. 



$ 2 84 
36 



.35 50 
1 07 



49 70 



1 42 



2 ]3 
36 92 



Real 
Estate. 



15 62 

2 48 



28 40 
60 00 



1 42 

29 82 



$ .57 86 
.36 92 
33 73 

73 13 

27 69 

35 .50 

19 17 

69 58 

3 90 

48 63 

29 82 

201 64 

114 31 

35 86 

13 49 

23 08 
108 63 

7 10 

14 20 
lOS 63 

62 12 

24 .50 
68 16 

63 90 
62 48 
32 31 
46 15 

23 43 
42 60 
.53 25 



3 90 
63 19 
38 34 



30 53 
28 40 

54 67 
46 50 
36 21 
.36 21 

28 40 
48 28 



19 17 

43 31 

20 95 
,90 88 

42 60 
26 98 

43 67 



Unpaid. 



36 92 



36 
27 69 

19 17 
69 58 
3 90 



13 49 



144 13 

1 07 

62 12 



.32 31 



42 60 
53 25 
2 13 

36 92 

63 19 



30 .53 
.57 15 
36 21 

7 10 



122 
Resident Tax-Paters — {^Continued.) 



Gleason, Harry E. & Co. 
Gleason, Heroert L. 
Gleason, Mary J. 
Goodspeed, Charles F. 
Gormley, William 
Goes, Ella E. 
Goss, Carrie C. . 
Gobs, Daniel J. 
Goss, Josiah 
Gould, H. H., heirs 
Gould, Mary L., heirs . 
Gould, Jennie M. 
Gould, Lawrence M. 
Graham, Franklin C. 
Graham, Charles F. 
Grant, George W. 
Grant, Peter, heirs 
Grant, James D. 
Grant, Francis E. 
Gray Robert . . 
Gray, Margaret M. 
Gray, William A. 
Greeley, John D., heirs 
Greeley, John il. 
Greenlaw, Amelia S. 
Greenwood, Lucy S. 
Greenwood, Herbert 
tireenwood, Frank 
Greenwood, Georgiana 
Gregg, Clark C., heirs 
Grew, Henry, Estate 
Grew, Henry, S. 
Gridlev, George Fred 
Griffin, Fannie M. 
Griffin, John W. 
Griffin, Sarah 
Guinan, Margaret J. 
Gunn, Dennis 
Gunn, Elizabeth 
Gunn, Benjamin 
Gurney, Charles K. 
Gwillim Edward J. 



Habberley, Martha A. 

Haigh, George and Bertha S 

Haigh, John A 

Hahn Lizzie 

Halden, John 

Halden, Lydia C 

Hale, Elvira F. 

Hale, Lizzie E. 

Haley, Elizabeth 

Haley, Charles 

Hall, Augusta 

Hall, Caleb 

Hall, Sarah C. 

Hall, Fred A. 

Hall, George 

Hall, Maria E. 

Hall, William R 

Hamblin, Benjamin L 

Hamblin, Elizabeth H 



Per- 
sonal. 


$13 49 


1 42 


11 36 


36 92 


1 42 


32 66 
710 00 


1 42 


• 


1 07 


2 13 


2 13 


2 13 


6 39 



Real 
Estate. 


$37 28 


49 70 


69 64 


12 07 


73 84 • 


44 02 


35 50 


42 96 


11 36 


25 56 


50 41 


24 85 


46 86 


31 24 


29 82 


31 24 


7 10 


55 38 


42 60 


70 29 


48 28 


51 83 


55 02 


207 67 


31 60 


34 08 


1914 51 


89 46 


39 76 


47 57 


29 11 


39 41 


20 24 


35 50 


5 68 


2 84 


69 58 


48 28 


30 .53 


19 17 


12 78 


95 84 


51 83 


85 20 


39 76 


52 19 


445 88 


163 65 


8 52 


39 76 


17 04 


39 76 


73 84 


48 28 


288 26 


606 34 



Unpaid. 



123 
Resident Tax-Paters 



(^Continued.) 



KAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


HamMin, Carrie L. . 




$ 39 76 


$ 39 76 


Hammett, Mary L. 












45 09 




Hammett, Edwand A. W. 












$ 36 


4 26 




Hammond, Joseph W. 














65 67 


65 67 


Hanchett, George W. . 














52 54 




Haney, Katie 














51 S3 




Hankerd, Edmund 














58 93 




Hanlon, Daniel T. 












2 13 




2 13 


Hanson, Omniun 














3 13 




Harding, George M. . 














71 00 




Hardy, Bartlett H., hieirs 












1 77 


99 40 


101 17 


Hardy, Eugene J. 














28 40 


28 40 


Harlow, Mary E. 














198 80 




Harlow, William H. . 














14 20 




Harlow, Susan M. 














113 60 




Harriman, Orrln O. 














29 82 




Harrington, Ann 














6 03 


6 03 


Hart, Bridget M., heirs 














14 20 


14 20 


Hart, Ella C. 














35 50 




Hartwell, Francis W. . 














46 14 




Harwood, Henry V. 














43 31 




Haskell, Maria, heirs . 














42 60 




Haskell, Gideon H. 












59 64 


257 73 




HasKell, Gideon H. 














56 09 


56 09 


Haskell, Elmer W., heirs 














2 49 


2 49 


Haskell. George R. 














35 50 




Ha slam, Frank H. P. . 














8 87 




Haslam, Blanche M. . 














26 98 




Hassam, Rose P. heirs 














65 32 


65 32 


Hatch, Freeman, heirs 














38 34 




Hathaway, Edward S. 














88 34 


38 34 


Haven, George E. 














55 38 


7 38 


Hawes, Charles E. 














28 40 


28 40 


Hawes, Emily R. 














38 34 




Hawkins, James T. 














20 95 


20 95 


Hawkins, Maude A. . 














56 80 


56 80 


Hayes, James . 












1 07 


17 40 




Hayiies, Annie L. 














65 32 




Hayward, Arthur F. . 












9 94 




9 94 


Hay ward, Eliza A. 














7 10 




Hayward, Edward S. . 












5 68 


no 76 




Hayward, Maggie M. . 














46 86 


46 86 


Hazard, Edgar V. 














80 94 


80 94 


Heaps, Abbv J. 














50 77 




Henderson, Mary 
Henderson, Frank 














74 55 














1 77 


21 66 




Henderson, William R. 














4 26 




Hennessey, Michael . 














20 59 




Hentz, Georgianna L. 














61 06 




Heustis, Charles P. . 














88 04 


88 04 


Heranghan, Mary A. 














25 56 




Heydecker, Louis, heirs 














30 53 




Hickey, Margery A. . 














193 83 


193 83 


Higbee, Celia S. 














35 86 


35 86 


Higgins, Antoinnette N. 














85 20 




Higgins, David . 














38 34 




Higgins, Henry M. 














148 39 




Higgins, Cornelius J. . 














23 43 


23 43 


Higgins, Florinda B. . 














9< 43 




Higgins, John . 














20 59 




Higgins, Margaret 














23 43 




Highland, Alice 
Hill, Jere M. . 














19 17 
















66 74 




Hill, Sarah J. 














90 88 





124 
Resident Tax- Payers — (^Continued.) 



NAMES. 










Per- 
sonal. 

$ 17 04 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Hill, Hamilton A. ...... 






Hill, Fred R. 














$ 44 02 




Hill, Warren S. . 














65 32 


$ 6.5 32 


Hiller, Lucv E. . 














39 76 


39 76 


Hilton, Orissa P. 














71 00 




Hilton, Lavinia .J. 














51 12 




Hines, Orin M. . 














31 24 




Hitchcock, Henry R. . 












2 84 




2 84 


Hodgdon, Frank L., & Co. 












7 10 




7 10 


Hodgdon, Mary E. 














58' 57 


58 57 


Hodgdon, Flora J. 














53 24 


53 24 


Hodges, Ella A. 














41 89 


41 89 


Hodges, Joseph F. 














137 03 




Hodgkins, Luther D. . 














31 95 


31 95 


Hodgkinson, John, & T. J. 












12 78 


27 69 




Hodgkinson, John 












1 42 


18 11 




Hodgson, Edgar W. . 














96 20 


96 20 


Hodsdon Dav d M. 














15 62 


15 62 


Hoeflling, Anton 














20 59 


20 59 


Holmes, Alvin D. 












1 77 




1 77 


Holmes, Mandana D. . 














39 76 


39 76 


Holmes, Mary A. 














48 28 


48 28 


Holmes, Mary, heirs . 














19 53 


19 .53 


Holmes, Thomas C. 














2 13 


2 13 


Holmes, Margaret B. . 














22 01 




Holt, Charles F. 














68 16 




Holtham, Georgiana F. 














61 77 


61 77 


Holtham, Henry F. 












7 46 


8 52 


15 98 


Holtham, William 












8 .52 






Holway, Emma A. 














188 50 


188 .50 


Holway, William H. . 














53 96 


.53 96 


Holway, Alexander H. 












1 42 


691 54 


692 96 


Holway, AlexanderH. 














494 16 




Holway; Alexander H. 














17 04 




Holzer, Ulrich . 














66 03 




Homans Emma R., heirs 














62 83 


~ 


Homans, Frank B. 












1 42 


12 42 




Hood, Georgianna 














7 81 




Hood, John 












.5 32 


100 11 




Hood & Reynolds 












46 86 






Hoogs, Haiinah M. 














. 87 33 




Hoogs, Thom as W. 














.38 34 




Hope, James D. 














44 02 




Hopl'irk Jane . 












15 62 




Home, Olive 












21 30 




Home, Earnest, heirs 












15 62 


15 62 


Horr, Sarah E. 












59 64 




House, Nettie, F. B. . 












56 SO 


56 80 


Houston, Mary J. 














8 .52 




Hovey, Solomon 














75 26 




Howard, Henry F., heirs 














42 60 




Howard, Lrea P. 














56 80 




Howe, Kittle M. 












8 .i2 


. 29 82 


38 34 


Howes, Eliza 














46 86 




Howes Charles . 














66 03 




Hudson, Maria . 














29 82 


29 82 


Heustis, Alice M. 














31 24 


31 24 


Huggan, Thomas 














10 29 


10 29 


Huggins, Charles E. . 














30 .53 




Hughes, Thomas J. 














50 41 


.50 41 


Hughes, Catherine 












3 55 


47 57 


51 12 


Hughes, William J. 












7 10 




7 10 


Hukin, Emily R. 














38 34 




Hultzburg, Anna S. 














26 98 


26 98 



125 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Humphrey, Jennie B. . . . . , 




$ 65 32 




Humphre) , Edward I. 


. 




43 31 




Hurley, Dennis and Mary 










9 94 


$ 9 94 


Hurst, Henry .... 










44 02 




Hurter, Jennie F. . . . 










180 64 




Hurter, George C, heirs 










48 28 




Hussey, Peter M. . . . 










42 96 




Husted Richard W. . 








$ 14 -20 






Hutchins, Ellen E. . 










25 56 




Hutchinson, Cora F. and Henry O. 










30 18 


30 18 


Hutchinson, Elizabeth 










32 66 




Hutchinson, Eliza G. . 








3 55 


95 14 


98 69 


Hyde Park Water Co. 








227 20 


602 08 




Hyde Park Club 








14 20 






Hyde Park Cong'l- Society, . 










71 00 




Hyde Park i;iectric Light Co. 

T 








1117 19 


275 12 


1392 31 


X 

Ingersoll, William H., heirs ..... 

J 
Jackson, .James W. . . . . 




86 97 






30 18 




Jacobs, Charles 










4 26 






James, Mary 












42 60 


42 60 


Jank, Carl Robert 












21 30 




Jaquith, Andrew 
.Jeiters, George 












36 21 














39 05 




Jefferds, Lewis S. B. . 












46 15 




Jenkins, Eliza B. 












51 47 




•Jenkins, Howaid 












6 03 




Jenkins, Arthur H. 












52 .54 




Jenney, Charles E. 












99 40 


99 40 


Jenney, Charles F. 












44 02 




-Jenney, Edwin C. 








• 




45 44 




Jenney, E. C. and C. F., and heirs Henry 


C. Sta 


rk, 






73 84 




Jennings, C. E. T. and Etta A. 










33 37 




Jennings, Edward L. . 








7 10 


46 15 




.Jennison diaries S. 












36 92 




Jigger, John W. 
Johnson, Ri(;hard M. . 










1 77 


66 74 


68 51 












35 50 


35 50 


.Johnson, Susan C. 












312 18 


112 18 


Johnston, John 










19 88 


85 20 


105 08 


-Jones, Antoinette C. . 












8 52 




-Jones, .John H. . 












8 52 




Jones, Mary A. . 












59 64 




Jones, Roj-al M. 












37 63 


37 63 


Jordan, Ellen . 












17 04 


17 04 


.Jordan, John C. 












55 38 




Jordan, Patrick J. 












22 72 




.Joubert, Francis A. . 












88 04 


88 04 


Joubert, Didier Z. , 












31 95 




Judd, Marv E. . 










, 


56 80 




Julien, William H. 












18 46 




K 








Kappler, Meinrad ...... 




29 82 




Kappler, Nicholas P. . 












34 44 




Katzman, Elizabeth 












18 46 


18 46 


Kaz.ar, John H. . 












42 60 




Keane, Margaret A., heirs 












20 59 


20 59 


Kearney, John, heirs . 












28 40 





126 
Resident Tax-Paters — (Continued.) 



Keating, TheresaE. & Edward J. 

Keegan, Mary 

Keene, Cbarles W. 

Keene, George E. 

Keefe, John A. 

Keith, James 

Keith, Louisa 

Kelleher, Mary, heirs 

Kelley, Mary A. 

Kelley, Annie E. 

Kelty, Joliii T., lieirs 

Kendall, Kdwanl A. 

Kendall, Matilda H. 

Kennedy, Fred J. 

Kennedy, Hannah 

Kennedy, Jolm 

Kennedy Mary . 

Kennison, Nehemiah S. 

Kenyon, Balpli G. 

Kershaw, John H. 

Ketcham, Hattie V. 

Kiggen, John, heirs. 

Kiggen, Joseph M. 

Kiggen, Michael 

Killani, Cuarles W. 

Kilner, William B. 

Kimball, Ellen . 

Kimball, H. C, heirs, 

King, Catlierine 

Kingston, Thomas 

Kir wan, John S. 

Kirwan, William 

Kivun,B. B. 

Knight, L. Angle 

Kollock, Arthur C 

Kratis, A. Robert 

Kruge, Elizabetli 

Knhn Clara E. . 

Kunkel, Frank. 

Knnkel, Victoria E. 



Lagner, Elinor . 
Lake, Martha S. 
Lally, Michael . 
Lamliavd, Charles and Mar< 
Lanaban, Robert 
Landt, Henry . 
Lane, Carrie E. 
Lane, George E. 
Lane, Harriet L. 
Lane, Ann., heirs 
Lane, Emma L. 
Langley, Frank E. 
Langley, Mary B. 
Larrson, Peter . 
Lawrence, Catherine 
Lawson, James D. 
Leadbeater, Charlotte 
Lee, Bridget 
Leeds, Catherine 
Leonard, Tliomas F., heirs 
Leonard, D. Ambrose 



Per- 
sonal. 



$28 40 



27 69 
7 10 



4 97 



2 84 
2 48 



1 07 

4 61 
7 10 

2 13 
1 42 



Real 
Estate. 



1 42 

21 30 

2 13 
2 13 
1 07 

1 07 



$24 14 
2.5 56 
6 39 
24 85 
55 73 

112 18 
20 59 
18 46 
62 48 
40 47 

124 96 
93 76 

48 28 
22 72 

9 94 
46 15 

4 26 

34 76 
17 75 

312 76 
4 97 
40 12 
27 69 
75 26 
26 27 
6 39 
34 08 
34 08 



61 OC 
52 54 


13 49 


34 08 


22 38 


17 04 


21 30 


92 .30 


7 10 


21 30 


17 75 


44 02 


39 05 


52 54 


17 75 


48 28 


9 23 


48 64 


31 95 


61 77 


20 59 


46 15 


61 41 


265 19 


81 65 



127 
Resident Tax-Paters — (^Continued.) 



Leonard, James W. 
Leseur, Horatio, heirs 
Leseur, Benj. F. 
Leslie, Ida M. . 
Leslie, Isabel L. 
Leslie, Sylvester Z. 
Leulgren, Oscar J. 
Lewis, Mary C. 
Lewis, Charles . 
Lewis, David W. 
Lewis, Ellen D. 
Lewis, Madeline S. 
Libby, Samiiel W. 
Light, Charles F. 
Lincoln, Alice M. 
Lincoln, John C. 
Lincoln and Fairbairn 
Lindgren, Olef P. 
Lindgren, Swan J. 
Lindsey, Mary B. 
Lingham, Charles T. 
Little, Everett A. 
Littlefleld, Lucretia 
Loder, Susan J. 
Loftus, Julia 
Lord, Linda C. . 
Lovejoy, John S. 
Loveland, Helen H. 
Lovell, Sarah A. 
Lovering, Flora 
Lucey, Cornelius J. 
Lucey, Julia E. . 
Ludlam, Albert 
Luf kin, Hettie K. 
Lutkin, Joseph V. 
Lynch, Margaret 
Lynch, Bridget A. 
Lynch, John P. 
Lyon, Emerson W. 
Lyons & Stevens, 
Lyons, Mary E. 
Lyons, Jamer E. 



M 



MacGregor, Archibald 
MacKenzie, James P. 
Mackintosh, James 
Macomber, Sarah A. . 
Mahoney, Dennis 
Mahoney, Bridget 
Mahoney, John W. 
Malley, Luko and Catherine 
MandeU, Albert A. 
Mandell, Henry C. 
Manley, Mary E. 
Manley, George H. 
Mann, Catherine S. 
Mannion, Pati'ick 
Marks, Lena 
Marr, Adelaide M. 
Marsden, Ellen . 
Marshall, Mary . 
Martin, Patrick 



Per. 


Real 


sonal- 


Estate. 




$15 91 




147 68 




63 90 




63 90 




9 23 


$31 24 






14 20 




39 76 


6 39 




14 20 






117 50 




52 .54 




15 62 




90 52 




21 30 


1 42 


192 77 




24 14 


3 55 




1 07 


29 82 




24 85 




24 85 




25 56 




14 18 




34 08 




34 08 




52 54 


13 14 






68 16 




39 05 




55 38 


36 






11 36 




26 98 




22 72 


3 48 


39 41 




50 41 




14 56 


107 






89 46 


11 00 






38 34 




2 84 




76 68 




17 04 


14 20 


46 14 




26 27 


15 20 


103 66 




22 01 


2 84 






32 66 




28 76 




82 00 




28 40 




31 24 




23 79 




24 14 


4 26 


49 70 




251 52 




83 78 




24 14 




17 75 



Unpaid. 



128 
Resident Tax-Payers 



{Continued.') 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Martin, Geo. A. . 


$2 13 






Mason, Mary E. 












$23 43 


$23 43 


ISIather, Sarah A . 












.53 96 


-—■^ 


Mathewson, Jerome, heirs . 












35 50 




Mathias, Jane T. 












lO 29 


10 29 


Mathus, Franz . 












36 92 




Maxim, Jane 












82 00 




Maynard, William M. 










6 74 






McAskell, Kenneth 












31 24 




McAuliff, Edward and Bridget 












19 88 




McAvoy, Mary E. 












43 31 




McAvoy, James D. 








' 14 01 


45 80 




McCarthy, Mary 










36 


22 01 




McCarthy, Michael 












23 43 


23 54 


McClellan, Peter 












12 62 


15 62 


McClure, Mary . 










7 10 




7 10 


McConnell, John T. 












21 30 




McDermott, Joseph F. 










h 33 


71 00 


76 33 


McDermott, Margaret . 












13 49 


13 49 


McDonald, David A. 












32 66 




McDonald, William I. 












31 24 


31124 
lf42 


McDonald, Roderick .J. 










1 4-2 




McDonough, John, heirs 












.54 67 


54 67 


McDonough, Margaret, heirs 












17 04 




McDonough, Mary C. . 












31 95 




McDonough, Patrick J. 












2 84. 




McDonough, Peter 










71 


21 30 




M-Donough, Thomas J. 










•2 13 


19 88 




McDougald, John C. and George V 












42 60 




McElroy, Dorothy A. 












52 54 




McGillicuddy, John, heirs 












17 75 


17 75 


McGiuley, Hugh 












21 30 




McGowan, Andrew 












14 20 




McGowan, Thomas 












26 37 




McGrath Mary K. 












5 32 


5 32 


McGrath, James 












11 36 




McGuire, John J. 












2 84 




Mclnness, Annie E. . • 












37 63 


37 63 


Mclnnes, William 












25 56 




Mclntyre, Harriet F. . 












45 44 




Mclntyre, Hannah P. . 












28 40 




Mclntyre, Warren F. . 












52 54 


52 54 


McKeen, Horace E. . 












26 98 


26 98 


McKeudry, Ben jam in . 












38 34 




McKenna, John H. heirs 












87 33 




McKenna, James 












4 97 


4 97 


McKenna, James 2d . 












17 04 




McKenna, Catharine . 












23 43 




McKenzie, Stewai't 












35 50 




McLaughlin, Garrett . 












23 08 


23 08 


McLean, Alexander, . 












28 40 


28 40 


McLean, John S. . . . 










36 


118 57 


S3 43 


McLellan, Elizabeth . 












27 69 




McLeod, Mary J. 












.55 .38 


55 38 


McMahon, James E. . 






- 






22 37 


22 37 


INIcMahon, Joseph 












4 26 




McMahon, Maggie 












9 23 


9 23 


McMahon, Ellen 












31 24 




McMillan, Barbara 












36 92 




McMamara, Ellen, heirs, and Ellen 


A. Butler . 








44 02 


44 02 


jMcPherson, Alexander D. . 










4 97 




^leiggs, Clarence U. . 










83 68 




Meister, Gustav A . . 










19 88 


19 88 


Melia, Bridget . 












28 40 


28 40 



129 

Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.') 



KAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Mercer, Emily J. ..... . 




$ 36 92 


$ 36 92 


Merrifleld, Sarah E. . 














151 94 


151 94 


Merrill, Eugene A. 














42 60 


42 60 


Marrow, Susan A. 














65 52 


65 52 


Mertz, Mattie E. 














53 25 




Methodist Church Society 














48 99 


48 99 


Middleton, Catharine J. 














36 92 




Milan, Patrick, heirs . 














7 10 


7 10 


Miles, George 














68 87 




Miles and Morrison, . 












$55 38 


22 72 




Millar, Alexander 












7 10 


56 80 




Miller, Annie 














32 66 


32 66 


Miller, George H. 














78 10 


78 10 


Miller, Marv E. . ■ 














102 24 




Millett, Edward P. . 




• 










31 24 


31 24 


Milne, John 












7 10 


63 90 


71 00 


Miner, Henry B. 












7 10 


122 12 




Miner, Maud M. 














19 17 




Miner & Crumett 














34 08 


34 08 


Minnis, Thomas M. 












4 26 




4 26 


Mitchell, Abbie E. 














56 80 




Mitchell, Sai-ah L. 














63 19 




Mogan, John J. 














1 42 




Moltedo, Joseph 












4 97 


66 74 


71 71 


Monahan, John H. 














24 14 




Monahan, Mary J. 














34 44 




Monahan, William J. . 














17 04 




Monahan, James 














26 98 




Maor, Florence L. 














35 85 




Mooar, James P. 












6 04 


145 55 




Moran, Mary E. 














21 65 




Morrell, Harry E. 












1 42 






Morris, Mary E. 














22 72 




Morrison, Henry, heirs 














31 24 




Morrison, Gerald M. . 














4 26 




Morrison, Elisha R. 














31 24 




Morrison, Mary E. 














39 76 




Morrison, Michael 














16 69 




Morse, George "W. 












1 42 


25 20 


26 62 


Morse, Annie B. 














54 67 




Morse, Theodora E. . 














40 83 




Mortenson, Tena 














28 40 


28 40 


Moseley, Caroline M. 














71 00 




Moseley, Samuel E. . 












21 30 






Mowry, Caroliue E. . 














61 77 




Mulcahy Michael 












2 84 






Mulcahy, Isabella 














95 14 




Mullen, Ann . 














13 49 




Mullen Flora E. 














19 52 




Mullen, John, heirs, . 














31 59 


31 59 


Mullen, Michael T. . 












1 07 






Mullen, Margaret M. . 












6 75 


174 66 


181 41 


Mungau, Patrick 














26 98 




Murphy, Hannah 














12 07 




Murray, Bridget 












1 07 


17 04 


18 11 


Murray, Elizabeth 














26 27 


26 27 


Murray, Daniel A. 














25 56 




Murray, Thomas, 












1 07 


42 60 


43 67 


Murray, Rachael 














1 42 




Myers, Samuel . 


N 












46 86 


46 86 


Nason, Joseph L. 




• 


• 




2 13 







130. 
Resident Tax-Payers — (^Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Naughnan, John P. . 




$22 01 




jSfeal, Mariaune E. 














45 44 


$ 45 44 


Neill, Anuie H. . 














2 13 




Neilson, David B. 














42 60 




Ness, Mary 














17 75 




Newcomb, George K. . 














20 59 


20 59 


Newell, Stlllman E. 














29 47 




Newell, Susau E. 














35 50 




Newton, Russell D. 












$ 1,42 


73 84 




Newton, Susan M. 














63 90 




Nicholson, Jessie 














8 87 


- 8 87 


Nicholson, Charles E. . 












1.3 8.5 


36 21 


50 06 


Noble, Mark E. . 












35 50 


42 60 




Noouan, Matthew 














17 04 




Norlolt Sui)ply Co. 








> 




2 S4. 




2 84 


Norling, Augusta W. . 














40 47 




Norling, Charles G., lieirs 














31 24 




Norris, Frank E. 












28 10 






Norris, Edwin S. 














38 34 


38 34 


Nori-is, George H. 














42 25 


42 25 


Norris, William H. 














245 66 




Norris, Harry A. 














42 60 




Norton, Susau M. 














40 47 




Norton, Mary 












2 84 


62 48 


65 32 


Norton, Fannie A. 














49 70 




Norwood, William E. 














54 67 




Noyes, Martha H. 














48 28 




Noyes, Annie T. 














6 03 




Noyes, Maria H. 














80 23 




Nunn, William J. 


^ 












39 41 




O'Brien, Catharine ...... 




32 66 


32 66 


O'Brien, John . 














145 55 


122 67 


O'Brieu, John 














7 81 




O'Brien, Catharine E. . 














44 02 


44 02 


O'Brien, James . 














18 81 




O'Brien, Lawrence S. 














22 37 




O'Connell, Harriet E. . 














39 05 


39 05 


O'Counell, Mary A. 














45 79 




O'Connor, Patrick 














12 78 




O'Donnell, James 














3 55 


3 55 


O' Flaherty, Martin . 














19 88 


19 88 


O'Grady, Delia A. . 














6 03 


6 03 


O'Halloran, Mary E. . 














17 75 


17 75 


O'Hern, Mary M. 














40 11 




O'Keefe, Thomas 












3 55 


15 62 




O'Rourke, Patrick 














31 24 


31 24 


O'Rourke, James 














29 82 




O'Toole, Michael 














.57 51 


57 51 


Olson, Martin 












1 42 


29 82 


31 24 


Orcutt, Fred. S. H. 














29 82 


29 82 


Ormsbee, Priscilla B. 














39 05 




Osborne, Arthur 














91 59 




Osgood, Mary H. 














60 35 




Ostrom, Harry H. 












47 21 


47 21 


X 

Page, Mary E. . 


7 10 


73 84 




Page, Mary E., administratrix, .... 


13 49 






Page Lola B. . . . . . 




31 60 




Pagington, Thomas ...... 


36 


20 59 





131 
Resident Tax- Payers — {Continued.) 



Paine, John A . . 
Paine, Charles F. 
Paine, Francis M. 
Pahner, Catharine L. 
Pahner, Charles E. 
Palmer, James R. 
Parkhnrst, Fred A . 
Parkhurst, Leonard W, 
Payne, Agnes M. 
Payson, Cordelia A. 
Peabody, Ephraim S. 
Peabody, Mary D. & Mary J 
Peabody, Mary J. 
Peabody, Mary A . 
Peare, Cora A . . 
Peck, Charles T. 
Peck, Harriet A. 
Peck, Mary Ann 
Pelrce, Catharine, heir 
Pepper, Mary A. 
Perkins, Albert S. 
Perkins, David . 
Perkins, David 
Perkins, Hannah S. 
Perry, Helen A., Oria J. and 
Pen y, Mary H. . 
Perry, Charles A. 
Peterson, Anuis C. 
Phelps, Henry B. 
Phillips, Benj. E. 
Phillips, Mary V. 
Phipps, Daniel W. 
Pickett, Eliza D. 
Pickett, John N. 
Pierce, Mary E. & Emma C 
Pierce, Elizabeth U. 
Pineo, Jennie M. 
Pineo, James C, 
Piper, Aljbv F. 
Piper, S.irah M. 
Plummer, Wilmot H. 
Podbury, Marion 
Pollock. Susan T. 
Poole, William . 
Poore, Ellen V. 
Poore, Hairison H. 
Porter, Ira C. 
Porter» Samuel F. 
Pothecary, Patience 
Pothecary, Harry 
Powders. Wilbur H. 
Pratt, Harriet E. 
Pratt MabelD. 
Prescott, Grace H. 
Preston, William D. 
Preston, Sarah V. 
Preston, Fannie H. 
Preston, John A. 
Price, Sophia C. 
Price, Charles . 
Price, Charles P. 
Pring, James F. 
Pring, Mary E. . 
Pring, Johanna 



Per- 
sonal. 



$1 42 

1 77 
1 42 
6 39 



Real' 

Estate. 



3 55 
1 42 



35 50 



21 30 



2 13 



1 77 

2 84 



$ 41 IS 
40 47 
42 (iO 
36 92 

55 72 
89 80 

39 76 
77 39 

115 02 
208 74 

31 60 
.50 41 
85 20 
21 30 
42 60 

44 73 

40 47 
20 59 

38 .34 
220 10 

55 38 
96 56 

56 09 

34 08 

26 98 

56 80 

1 42 

52 .54 
115 73 

41 18 

51 12 

53 96 
29 11 

35 15 

39 76 
66 74 

32 66 
4 97 

45 44 
4 97 

44 02 
S8 04 

46 86 
96 20 
73 84 

31 95 

32 66 
39 76 
56 09 
58 22 

100 11 

25 56 
58 22 



76 68 
39 76 



Unpaid. 



$ 42 60 

42 60 
36 92 

1 77 
55 72 



39 76 
77 39 



50 41 

2> 72 



40 47 
20 59 



34 08 

26 98 

56 SO 

1 42 

52 54 



53 96 
29 11 

39 76 

* ''. 
4 26 



31 95 

32 66 



25 56 

58 22 
1 77 



39 76. 



132 
Resident Tax-Payers — ( Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Probert, Richard ...... 




$59 64 




Provouchee, Clara ...... 




48 28 


$ 48 28 


Putnam Hanuah A. . . , 




119 28 




Putnam, Sidney C, tieirs ..... 

Q 
yueally, William ...... 


$59 64 








17 39 




Quinlan, Jolin ....... 




94 43 




Quinn. James ....... 




19 17 




K 








Radell, W. E. F. and Emma L 


1 77 


37 63 


39 40 


Radell, Emma L. 










7 10 




Radford, Benjamin F., heirs 










452 27 


130 28 


Rafter, John C. . 








1 07 


41 18 




Rafter, Maria 








1 42 


41 18 


42 60 


Rand, Rachael P. 










26 27 




Rand, George H. 








2 13 






Rand, Sarah A. . 










13 49 




Rausch, George H. 










48 63 




Ray, John G. . 








2 84 


72 42 




Raynes, Martha A. . 










35 50 




Eaynes, Elizabeth H. 










53 96 




Reagan, Mary . 










20 59 




Beardon, Ellen . 










12 78 




Reid, Peter J. . 










31 24 


31 24 


Reynolds, Stephen H. 










141 29 




Heynolds & Hodgson . 










39 41 


39 41 


Rhoades, Charles H., heirs, . 










56 80 




Rhodes, Wallace M. . 








2 13 


47 21 




Ehodes, Marion W. 










41 18 




nice, George M. 








37 44 


242 82 




Rice, Sarah W. . 










60 35 




Rich, Henry A. . 










211 58 




Rich, Brothers, . 








42 60 






Rich, Harriet N. 










51 83 




Rich, Florence L. 










21 30 


21 30 


Richardson, Alonzo H., Jr. . 








1 77 


42 96 


44 73 


Richardson, John 








3 55 


31 95 


35 50 


Richardson, Nellie L. . 










35 15 




Richardson, Ella A. 










38 34 


38 34 


Richardson & Rafter., E. C. Jennej 


T, Trustee 








173 24 


173 24 


Richardson, George L. 










59 64 




Ridley, Edith L. 










27 69 




Riley, Joseph, 1st 










12 07 




Riley, Joseph, 2d, and Bridget 










17 04 


•17 04 


Riley, Thomas and Jiilia 










40 47 




Riley, Nancy B. . . . 










32 66 




Risk, Thomas H. 










49 34 


49 34 


Risk, Mary J. 










121 77 


121 77 


Ritchie, John . . . 










59 64 




Ritchie, Mary J. . . . 


1 








69 58 




Ritchie, Margaret 










29 82 




Roberts, Elizabeth 










61 06 




Robinson, Julia F. 








8 52 


182 47 




Robinson, Jolm T. & Co. 








149 10 


200 93 




Robinson, Henry B. . 








2 84 


28 40 




Robinson, John A. 










41 89 




Robinson, Willis D. . 








1 42 




1 42 


Rockwood, Jotham C. . 








1 77 


46 86 




Rogers, Annie L. 










64 61 


26 98 


Rogers, William N. 










36 92 





133 
Resident Tax-Paters 



{Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Rogers, D.W. C. and Sophia J 




$ 52 .54 




Roarers, Margaret 














44 73 


$ 44 73 


Rogers, John 












$ 7,1 




71 


Rogers, Catherine G. . 














31 60 




Rogers, James R. 














29 82 


29 82 


Rogers, Peter . 














41 18 


41 18 


Rogers, Hugh E. 














31 24 


31 24 


Rogers, Arthur T. and Nellie 


A. 












4 97 


4 97 


Rogers, Arthur T. 














38 .34 


38 34 


Rogers, Eliza T. 














12 78 




Rogers, Viola M. 














34 08 


34 08 


Rollins, Fred E. 














38 34 


38 34 


Roome, B. Elizabeth . 














34 08 




Rooney, Patrick 












6 39 


57 16 


30 82 


Rooney, Patrick H. 












71 






Rooney, Patrick J. 














22 01 


22 01 


Rooney, Elizabeth 














2 13 




Rooney, Bridget 














9 94 


9 94 


Rooney, Catharine 














307 07 




Rooney, Alice F. 














5 68 




Rooney, Andrew D. 














22 72 


22 72 


Rooney, Margaret V. . 














44 73 




Rooney, Francis M. 














23 43 




Rooney, Mary M. 














5 68 


5 68 


Rose, Lillian"B. 














27 69 


27 69 


Ross, Jane M. . 














144 13 




Rowell, Mary E. 














35 50 


35 50 


Rudolph, Agnes C. 














38 34 




Ruggles, Judson G. 












8 52 




8 52 


Runnells, Levi A. 














42 60 




Russell, Lizzie C. 














37 63 


37 63 


Russell, Ann 














46 86 


46 86 


Ryan, James F. and Bridget 














25 56 


25 56 


Ryan, Isaac L. . 














76 .32 


76 32 


Ryan, Isaac L. &Co. 












42 60 






Ryan, Frances L. 














14 20 




Ryan, Bridget, Trustee 














3 55 


3 55 


Ryder, Margaret 














33 73 


33 73 


Sampson, Arch R. ..... . 


43 67 


68 16 




Samuel Isaac B., heirs 
















42 25 


42 25 


Sanborn, Mary . 
















20 59 


29 59 


Sanford, George 
















33 37 




Sanford, Oliver S. 














6 39 


146 97 




Sanger, Sarah J. 
















75 26 




Sargeant, Gilbert L. 
















42 60 




Savage, Eben D. 














32 66 


7 10 




Savage Mary E. 
















53 25 




Savage Mary 
















6 74 




Savage, John C. 














2 84 




2 84 


Savage, Henrietta L. 
















40 47 


40 47 


Sawtelle, George W. 
















2 49 




Sawtelle, Mary N. 
















26 98 




Sawyer, Edwin W. 
















45 44 




Sawyer, Daniel, heirs 
















39 76 




Sayer, William H. 
















42 60 




Scherber, .John F. 
















30 53 


30 53 


Sohofleld, Hannah 
















28 05 




Schultz, Gustave A. 
















29 82 




Scott, .Jairus H. 














2 13 


97 98 




Scott, Jane W. . 
















90 .52 




Scott, William W. 














6 39 







134 
Resident Tax-Payers — (CorUinued.) 



Scott, Robert 

Scott, Robert, Jr. 

Scott Lclia A. . 

Scott, James D.. 

Scrivens, Hannah L. 

Scrivens, Walter C. 

Scnlly Mary E. . 

Sears, Harriet A. 

Sears, Susan A . . 

Shaw, Mary 

Shea, William . 

Shea, Mary J. . 

Sheedy, Daniel . 

Sheehan, Mary . 

Sheehan, Thomas S. 

Sheehan, John F. 

Sherman, Ella E. 

Sibley, Ella A. . 

Simm'ons, James 

Simmons, Bridget A. 

Simmons, Frank J. 

Simson, Elizabeth 

Slafter, Charles S. 

Sloe imb, Edwin L. 

Smith, Ann 

Smith, J-ohn W. . 

Smith, Collins & Co. 

Smith, Maria E. 

Smith, Jane 

Smith, 3Iarv S. D. 

Smith, Reliance G. 

Smith, Mary . . 

Smith, William A., heir 

Smith, Beebe 

Smith, Lucv A. and Ij. C. Or 

Smith, Mary A. 

Smith, David 

Snellgrove, John 

Snow, Lavinia . 

Snow, George H. 

Somes, Samuel S. 

Soule, John A. . 

Soule, Sadie L. . 

Sparrell. William P. 

Spear, Sarah 

Spiller, Benjamin L. 

Sreenan, Patrick 

Stack, John 

Stack, Thomas . 

StackpoL , Eunice 

Stanberry, Richard Jr 

Stanley, Arthur 

Stanley, Edward E. 

Stark, Ann Maria 

Stark, Mary J., heirs 

Stark, Henry C., heirs 

Stevens, Albert G. 

Stevens, Mary M. 

Stevens, Johii N., heir 

Steward, Ellen A. 

Stewart, Malcom 

Stickney,Emma O. 

Stockbridge, Wales R., heirs 

Stockford, Hugh J. 



Per- 
sonal. 



$ 4 97 



2 84 
21 30 



IS 46 

48 28 



2 13 
9 94 



1-42 

7 81 



1 42 



Real 

Estate. 



; 63 90 
31 24 
44 02 
99 40 

28 40 
. 2.0 56 

33 37 

34 08 
42 60 
30 88 

29 11 
13 49 

36 92 



49 70 
88 04 
47 20 
IS 82 
IS 82 
4.5 44 

31 95 

34 08 
17 75 
87 33 

41 89 
28 76 

35 50 

32 66 

42 60 
35 .50 
32 31 
41 18 
19 17 



43 31 
28 75 
132 41 

83 07 
100 82 
53 25 
41 89 
33 37 
88 04 

27 34 

28 40 
16 33 
73 13 
69 58 
63 19 
S6 62 
90 88 
75 97 
32 66 
45 44 
21 30 
39 76 
26 98 
48 28 

106 32 



Unpait 



135 
Resident Tax-Paters — {Continued.) 





NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Stocking, Mary M. ..... . 




$ 110 76 




Stackwell, Joliu P. 






$ 1 42 






Stoddard, Hatlierly A . 










3 55 


41 IS 




Stoddard, Granville M. 






1 






3J 53 


$ 30 53 


Stoddard, Frederick A. 










1 42 






Stone, Franklin, heirs 












So 20 




Stone, Ehna A. 












4S 99 




Stone, Galen L. 










3 55 






Storer, Emma A . 












22 72 




Story, Arthur "W. 










4 26 


41 .53 


45 79 


Story, Arthur W. (Howes) 












"89 46 




Stowers, Herbert M. . 










1 42 




1 42 


Strachan, Douglas . . 


■ • 








4 26 




Straw, Antoinette . K. 


_ , 








49 70 




Strout, Barbara . 










52 ,54 




Strout, Martin V. B. . 










4 26 






Stuart, William .7. 








. 




1 42 




Stuart, William J. and Elizabeth G 










134 90 




Sullivan, Fred S. 












25 56 




Sullivan, Rachel F. 












22 72 


22 72 


Sullivan, Mary . 












23 79 


23 79 


Sumner, Henrietta C. . 












55 38 


55 3S 


Sumner, William F., heirs . 












35 oU 




Swallow, Adeline E. . 












45 44 




Swanstrom, August 












25 91 




Sweeney, Patrick, heirs 












30 17 


30 17 


Sweeney, Jane . 












44 73 


44 73 


Sweeney, Thomas W. . 










2 4S 


5S 93 


61 41 


Sweeney, William J. 










3 1!J 




3 19 


Swee% Martha C 












50 77 




Swinton, Jennie S. 












29 S2 




Sykes, Louisa M. 










,35 50 


35 05 


Sykes, Joseph, heirs 










27 69 


27 69 


Tacej', George . . . . . . . 


1 77 






Tacey, Mary 












30 19 




Tandy, Louis D. . , . 












71 00 


71 00 


Tarrant, Mary A. 












40 47 


40 47 


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












ii6 .56 




Taylor, Prince H., heirs 












32 66 


32 6 


Taylor, Daniel T. 












46 86 




Taylor, Elliot O. . . . 










16 33 




16 33 


Taylor, Charlotte A., ex-E. 0. 












4S 28 




Taylor, Charlotte A. . 












17 04 




Terry, H. B. and Abtaie A. . 












80 23 




Terry, H. B. and Abbie A. . 












61 06 




Terry, Henry B. 












41 IS 




Terry, Henry B. 












11 .36 




Terry, John ' . 












56 SO 




Tewksburv, Francis W. 












45 44 




Thompson, Mrs. H. A. B. 












44 73 


44 73 


Thompson, Howard S. 












bit 09 


.56 09 


Thompson, Elizabeth . 










22 72 






Thompson, William J. 












4 97 




Thompson, John B. . 












2 S4 


2 U 


Thompson, Leon I. . 










59 64 






Tibbetts, James T. . . . 










2 13 






Tibbetts, J. T, and Ella D. . 












52 .54 




Tilden, Annie E. 












49 7i) 




Tilton, Josiah X. . . . 












\1 75 




Tilton, Mary A. 












40 47 




Timpenny, Richard, heirs 




• 




24 14 





136 
Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



KAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Tirrell, Frederick, N. ..... 


$2 84 


$ 156 91 




Tobin, Thomas D. 










20 59 




Tooher, William H. 










49 70 




Toole, Martin 










6 39 




Tourtelotte, Ellis C. . 










43 31 




Tower, Clement B. 










62 12 




Towle, Peter F. 










25 21 


$25 21 


Towner, Thomas J. 










26 98 


26 98 


Townes, Elizabeth 










37 63 


37 63 


Townsend, Hiram J. . 










19 88 


19 88 


Townsend, Betsey 










39 76 


39 76 


Trafton, Jesse A. 










20 59 




Tripp,. Emily A. 










59 e4 


59 64 


Tucker, Charles A. 










85 91 




Tucker, Ella A. 










39 76 




Tuckerman, John H. . 








5 33 


34 43 


39 76 


Turner, Maria Louisa 










2 84 


2 84 


Turner, .John J. 










25 21 


25 21 


Tuttle, Annie M. 










95 85 




Tuttle, Samuel A. 








9 02 


48 99 




Tuttle, J. Marshall 








12 43 






Twichell, Elizabeth U. and Annie ] 


3. Sander SOI 








45 44 




Tvler, Caroline E., heirs 










51 12 


51 12 


Tyler, Charles H. 










14 91 


14 91 


Tvler, Harriet B. 










107 92 




Tyler, Henry H. 










8 87 




U 








Unrlerhill, Edward M 


10 30 






Underbill, Lizzie S 




41 18 




Underbill, Merrill 




42 60 




Upham, Mary . ....... 

V 
Vincent, Henry ...... 




39 76 


39 76 




26 98 


26 98 


Vivian Roxanna 










41 89 




Vose, Benjamin C, heirs 










155 49 




Vose, Sarah M. and Mary E. 










82 36 




Vose, Sarah M. 










29 82 




W 








Wadsworth, Nellie B. . 




49 70 


49 70 


Waldron, Charles E. . 










68 50 




Waldron, Hiram E. B. 










33 02 




Walker, Dennis G. 










75 26 




Walker, Lucretia R. . 










35 50 




Wallace, R. T. an I E. A. 










15 62 




Walley, James S. . . . 










46 86 




Walsh, Patrick, beirs 










15 27 


15 27 


Walstab, Henrietta, 










19 17 


19 17 


Walter, Louisa T. 










88 04 




Walter, Theodore A. . 










53 25 


53 25 


Ward, William D. 








42 60 






Wa d.Mary S. 










71 00 




Ward, James & Son . 








5 68 






Ward, Patrick J. 








1 07 


7 81 


8 88 


Ward, Charlotte 








3 55 


48 99 


52 54 


Warren, Mary E. 










82 36 


82; 36 


Warren, Pete'r E. 










2 84 




Washburn, Eliza G. . 










261 99 




Washburn, George F. 










97 98 





137 
Resident Tax-Paters — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Uupaid. 


Wasserboehr, Harvey P. .... . 


$ 2 13 


$ 65 32 




Watterman, Archibald 










1 07 




$ 1 07 


Waters, Thomas S. 












36 92 


36 92 


Waters, Maria A. 












75 97 


75 97 


Waters, Margaret and Nancy S. S 












23 79 


23 79 


Watson, Susan . 












19 17 


19 17 


Waverly Club . 










21 30 






Webb, George E. 












39 05 


39 05 


Webber & Wilson 












26 98 


26 98 


Webster, A. Eudora . 












92 30 


92 30 


Webster, Amos, heirs 












66 74 


66 74 


Webster, Elizabeth H. 












42 60 




Webster, Sarah S. . . 












59 64 


59 64 


Webster, Frank B. Co. 












56 80 


56 80 


Weeks, Flora B, 












27 69 




Weimer, Charles 












17 04 


17 04 


Welch, Michael . 












32 30 


32 30 


AVelch, Mary 












13 49 


13 49 


Weld, Theodore I)., hiirs . 












122 12 




Weld, Theodore D., heirs . 












79 i52 


79 52 


Wentworth, Eliza J. . 












46 86 


46 86 


West Eleanor 












4 97 


4 97 


Weston, V\^alter S. 










3 55 






Weston, Minnie . 












49 70 




Weston, Ella A. 












46 86 


46 86 


Weatherbee, Annie A. 












60 70 




Wetherbee, .John H. & Co., . 










11 36 






Wheeler, George W. . 










3 55 






Wheeler, Sarah O. 












48 28 


48 28 


Wheeler, A Iden D. 












84 84 


84 84 


Wheeler, Alden D. 












6 74 


6 74 


Wheeler, Mamie E. 












28 40 




Wheeler, William J. W. 












3 55 




Wheeler, Kate L. 












35 50 




Whitaker, Daniel., heirs 












43 31 


43 31 


White, William E. 










1 07 




1 07 


White, Carrie L. V. . 












66 40 




Whiting, George E. . 
Whitteinore, Melinda C, heirs 










61 06 


298 91 














44 02 


44 o2 


Whittemore, Esther M. 












44 73 


44 73 


Whittier, George T. . 












54 67 




Whorf, George" C. 












42 60 




Wigglesworth, S. N. . 












41 18 


41 18 


Wigley, .John . 












32 66 




AVigley, jNFary E. 












10 29 




Wild, Lavira 












79 52 




Willard, Henry L. 










14 20 


90 88 


105 08 


Willett, Elizabeth T., heirs . 












102 24 




Williams, Mary M. 












19 17 




Williams, AbbyB. 












40 47 




Williams, Susan 












. 75 26 


75 26 


AVilliams, Rinaldo 










3 55 


22 72 


26 27 


Williams, Leonard 










4 26 






AVilliams, Frances A. . 












42 60 




Williams, Frances E. . 












39 41 




AVilliams, Phoebe A. . 












38 34 


38 34 


Wilson, Joh,<)niia O. . 










3 55 


29 82 


33 37 


AVilson. Harriet .... 












56 80 




Winehenbaugh, Lester P. 












65 32 


65 32 


AVirth, Ciiarles 












27 69 




AVolfe, Ananias . 












28 40 


20 40 


AVolfe, Marck . 










7 10 






AA^ood, Hannah . 












33 37 





138 



Resident Tax-Payers. — ( Concluded. ) 



N^MES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Wood, Joseph A. ...... 




$ 8 16 




Wood, Daniel F., heirs 












32 66 




Wood, Charles L. 










S 2 84 




$ 2 84 


Wood, Louisa M. 












78 10 




Wood, Rachacl P. 












35 .50 


35 50 


Wood, Margaret . , 












26 98 


26 98 


Wordeu, Albert G., heirs 












67 45 




Worrick, Laban., heirs 












46 86 




Worrick, Ella E. 












13 84 




Wright, Richard, heirs 












52 54 




Wjmian, Ferdinand A. 










4-2 60 


110 05 




Wyman, F. A., Trustee 












86 62 


86 62 


Wymau, George 










3 55 




3 55 


Wyman, Mary A. 












29 82 




Y 








Teaton, Charles H. ..... . 




34 79 




Toungren, Carl ....... 

Z 
Zimmermanu, Caroline ..... 




24, 14 


24 14 




66 03 


66 03 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. 



Adams Express Co. 
Adams, William L. B. 
Adams, Grace C. auil B. . 
Adrich, Pertla W. 
Alexander, Emilie 
Allen, Abby F. 
Ames, Fred. L., heirs 
American Tool & Machine Co. 
Anthony Alice G. . 
Auertlian C )nstruction Co. 
Arnold, Sarah H., heirs 
Atwell, Charles F. 



Badger. Marv C, estate . 
Bailey, A. H. 
Baker, Augusta II. . 
Balcom, Laura A. . 
Bancroft, George, heirs 
Barnwell, John 
Barrett, Sa ah E. . 
Bean, Aaron H. 
Beattie, Mary E. and Annie 
Beers Emma S. 
Bell, John . 
Bellis, A. H. 
Berry Jane . . 

Black, George ><.,. heirs . 
Blackwood, Ale.xauder . 
Blanchard, Eliza H., heirs 
Bleakie, John S. 
Bliss, Julia M. 
Boston Blower Co. 
Bosworth, Hiram E. 
Boyden, Eiastus E. 
Boylan, Lawrence A. 
Bradliury, Samuel A., heirs 
Bradlee, Nellie M. 
Bradlee, .J. Walter, heirs 
Bragan, Isaac Is. . 
Breck, Charles, heirs 
Brennan, Jeremiah a. 
Brewer, Joseph 
Briggs, Samuel B. . 
Brooker, George nV ., trustee 
Brooks, Alfred L. 
Brooks & Converse 
Brown, John A. . 
Brown, James W. 
Brown, Joseph D. 
Browne, Edward I. 
Br}-ileu, James 
Bunker, Ingalls 
Burr, Frederick L. 
Burr, Elizabeth A. 
Burt, John H. 
Buss, Mary C. 
Busseyj Henrietta L. 



RE-^IDENCE. 



Boston 
Boston 
Boston 

Hillsgrove, R- I 
Boston ' . 
Terryville, Conn 
East on 
Boston 
Bradford . 
Boston 
Nantucket . 
Kiuo'ston . 



Boston 

Somerville. 

Chicago, 111. 

Volusia, Fla. 

Boston 

Valley Falls, It. I. 

E. Foxboro 

Roxbury . 

New York, N. T. 

Bridgeport.Conu. 

Dedham 

Waltham . 

Somerville 

Boston - . 

Boston 

Cambridgeport . 

Boston 

Jamaica Plain 

Boston 

Boston 

Walpole . 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cleveland, Ohio . 

Milton 

Milton 

NewLondon,Conu. 

Milton 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Gardner 

Boston 

Lowell 

Wellcsley . 

Winterport, Me. . 

Boston 

Ch Isea 

Candia, N. H. . 

Chicago, III. 

Atlantic 

Milton 

Boston 

Medfleld . 



Per- 
sonal. 



710 00 
IS 46 



•298 20 



28 40 



Real 

Estate. 



$ 27 69 

9 94 

53 96 

78 10 

14 20 

2 84 

1104 O.T 

124 9b 

3S 34 
4 26 



IJupaid. 



24 14 


3 19 


73 84 


.52 19 


68 22 


4 26 


3 19 


26 98 


19 88 


36 92 


1 42 


2 84 


34 OS 


173 9.T 


4 61 


17 70 


40 83 


16 33 


248 1.0 


21 30 


3 19 


3.5 .50 


3 19 


36 


78 46 


3 55 


2 13 


10 65 


1 42 


24 85 


39 40 


28 40 


25 20 


29 82 


48 28 


394 05 


10 65 


33 02 


30 18 


34 79 


45 80 


6 39 


25 20 



140 



NoN- Resident Tax-Payers. — {Continued.) 



RESIDENCE. 



Caldwell, Emily L.. 

Canuon, Mai-y E. . 

Carpenter, E. B. 

Carpenter, Abbie H. 

Carroll, Philip W. 

Carson, Walter P. . 

Catlin, Arnold W. . 

Cauldfleld, Bridget 

Chase, Francis A. . 

Chase, Annie L. 

Chestnut, David 

Churchill, C. S. 

Churchill, .J. R. 

Clapp, Eugene R. 

Clark, Eleanor A. . 

Claxton, Sarah E. L. 

Clifton Mant'g Co. 

Cloudman, Eugeee H. 

Cobb, Roscoe A. 

Cobb, Leander E. . 

Codman, Henry, heirs 

Cohen, Mark E. 

Colburu, Elizabeth C., Mary 

and Annie F. Hodgdon. 
Cole, Mary Ann 
Condon, Mary 
Converse, Benjamin B 
Conant, Albert 
Connolly, Martin .J. 
Connoiry, Owen 
Conway, Hiram 
Cook, E. A., trustee, and Sabina 

Bradley 
Cook, Sarali C, heirs 
Corners, Daniel and Mary 
Cotter, Annie C. 
Cox, Betsey, heirs 
Crocker, Henry E. 
Crowell, Albert 
Cunane, William, heirs 
Curry, Joseph T. . 

D 

Danah, George A. ... 

Davie, Annie G. . . 

Davis, Sarah J. 

Deane, Delia A. 

Dedhara & Hyde Park Gas Co. 

Dennis Ellen 

Denny, John W. 

Derry, Charles T. . 

Dimmock, Joseph C. 

Dobson, Hattie N. . 

Dodge, Albert 

Dodge & Tyler 

Dorchester 2nd Church 

Dorr, Mary E., heirs, (Kenney 

Dowd, John .J. 

Downer, Francis E. , 

Downie, Annie H. 



Per- 
sonal. 



Boston, Roxbury 

Norfolk 

Providence, R. I 

Boston 

Dedham 

Charleslown 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jamaica Plain 

Roxbury . 

Providence, R. I. 

Milton 

Dedham 

Dorchester 

Cambridgeport 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Gorham, Me. 

Brook. iue . 

Boston 

Dorchester 

Lynn 

Dedham 
Boston 
Milton 
Boston 
Boston 
Roxbury . 
Boston 
Worcester . 
Boston and 

Hyde Park 
Norfolk 
Boston 
Boston 
Boston 

New York, N. Y. 
Boston 

South Groveland 
St. Paul, Minn. . 



Med ford . 

Plymouth . 

Cambridge 

Portland, Me. 

Dedham 

Jamaica Plain 

Milton 

Sharon 

Boston 

Providence, R. I. 

Boston 

Boston and H. Park 

Dorchester 

Hyde Park 

Boston 

Sharon 



$28 40 



Real 
Estate. 



113 60 



7 10 
43 31 



Unpaid. 



220 10 
41 18 

4 26 
28 76 

2 84 
71 

15 46 

2 84 

44 02 
46 86 

5 68 
118 57 

46 50 

7 10 

71 00 

10 65 

3 55 

4 97 

16 33 

2 84 

3 55 

45 80 
1 42 

34 79 

26 63 

38 34 

1 77 

4 97 
1 42 

32 66 

16 33 

3 55 

3 55 

1 42 

68 16 

10 65 

7 81 

16 69 



2 13 

59 29 
33 37 

13 49 
49 70 
26 98 

11 36 
30 .53 

2 13 
39 76 
95 14 

12 07 
23 79 

3 55 

14 20 
39 05 



$ 18 46 
46 86 



10 65 
3 55 
16 33 



1 77 



32 66 

16 33 

3 55 

3 55 

68 16 

7 81 
16 69 



2.13 
13 49 



23 79 
3 55 



141 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued. ) 



Doyle, Joseph 
Drake. Henrietta G. 
Dunning, Sarah A. 
Dunning, Henry M. 



E 



Eastman, George A. 

Eastman, Josiah S., heirs 

Eaton, Euther A. . 

Ellis, Samuel 

Ellison, William P., Administrator 

Emery, John P, . , . 

Ensign, Elhs'rt V. . 

Envoy Associates . 

Estabrook, William I. 

Eustis, Maria A. . 



F 



Pales, William A. . 
Farrington, Horace, heirs 
Parwell, James E. 
Field, James B. 
Field, Thomas G., heirs 
Firnrohr, Frederick 
Fisher, Harriet A. . 
Fisk, Frances B. . 
Flaffg, Dennis F., heirs 
Flagg, S. S. (N. Y. & N. E 
Fleming, Hanorah . 
Flint, Chai'les L., heirs 
Folsom, Albina D. . 
Foord, James 
Forbush, Clara P. . 
Foss, Cvrus D 
Fowle, "George W. 
Powle, George W. . 



G 

Gallagher, Daniel P 
Gardella Antonio 
Garst, Sebastian 
Gary, Prank E. H. 
Gary, Prank E. H., heirs 
Gay, Richard L. 
Gay. Daisy E. 
Gibbons, John 
Giles, Delphina 
Giles, Elbridge W 
Giles, Lucy Ann 
Gill, Dominick 
Girdler, John L. 
Glover & Willcomb 
Gorman, Harriet B 
Gould, William H. 
Gray, Thomas H. 
Green, Annie P. 
Greenhood, Mary 
Greenwood, Albert, Estate 



KESIDENCE. 



Roxbury 

Medford 
Brookllue 



Boston 

Boston 

Dedham 

Medfleld 

Newton 

Kennebunk, Me 

Leominster 

Boston 

Boston, 



Dedham . 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

So. Kingston, N.H. 

Boston 

Boston 

Topeka, Kan. 

Boston 

Boston 

Roslindale 

Brookline 

Chelsea 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

Clarendon Hill 

Jamaica Plain 

Jamaica Plain 

Jamaica Plain 



Lynn 
H. P. 

Providence, R. I 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Farmington, Me 

Sharon 

Indian Orchard 

Norfolk . 

Norfolk . 

Boston 

Medford . 

Boston 

H. P. 

Mattapan. . 

Walpole . 

Bangor, Me. 

Dedham 

E. Jordan, Mich 



Per- 
sonal. 



$ 29 82 



9 94 



2 84 



198 80 
127 80 



Real 
Estate. 



$ 3 19 

29 47 

1 42 

53 24 



2 49 


83 07 


68 16 


41 18 


29 e2 


47 57 


18 4S 


1 42 


LIO 76 



2 84 


84 13 


3 55 


49 70 


14 56 


23 43 


4 26 


41 89 


113 60 


142 00 


1 42 


82 36 


39 76 


36 92 


27 69 


30 53 


74 56 


39 40 



7 10 

9 94 
36 92 
81 65 

42 60 
46 15 
40 47 

100 82 

43 31 
36 92 

1 42 
12 78 

492 03 
35 50 
21 30 

153 36 
11 36 
45 44 
53 25 



Unpaid. 



142 
Non-Resident Tax-Payers — ■ {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


EESIDEKCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Gnun, John and Sarah 


Whitiusville 




$8 52 




Gunn, John .... 


Whitinsville 




8 ^1 




Gurney, Ansel F., est ite 

H 
Hail, George, heirs 


Boston . • 




es 90 




ProA'idence, B.. I. 




zm .36 




Hammond, .fames B. 






New York, X. Y. 




39 41 




Hamre, Tellel' J. . 






Boston 




•2 49 


$2 49 


Hapgood, Salome H. 






Boston 




9 23 




Harmon. Benjamin 






Springfleld 




24 14 


24 14 


Harmon, William E. 






Lexington 




134 90 




Harmon, Katharine F. 






Lexington 




7 10 




Harraden, E. G. 






South Boston 




14 20 


, 14 20 


Hai'tney, Mary A. . 






Dedham . 




46 86 


46 86 


Hatlinger, Maria E. 






Jamaica Piain 




3 54 




Hawes, W. L. 






Wakefield . 




ijo 72 




Haynes, C. O. 






Dedham . 




'177 




Haywaid, Harry . 






Boston 




3 13 


2 13 


Hemmenway, Augustus . 






Canton 




156 20 




Henshaw, F. H., heirs 






Newton Highlands 




6 03 




Herr, Adani 






Dedhana 




20 59 


20 59 


Hodges, Samuel 






Boston 




2 84 


2 84 


HodgkJns, Fitz 






Wakefleld . 




2 84 


2 84 


Hodgkins, Annie M. 






Wakefield . 




35 15 


35 15 


Hogardt, Eliza 






E. Boston . 




2 13 




Hill, Albert 0. 






So. Windham, Me. 




3 55 


3 55 


Hill, Florence 






So. Windham, Me. 




26 98 




Holmes, Clarissa 






Provincetown 




55 38 


55 38 


Holmes, Hugh and Agnes 






Boston 




14 91 


14 91 


Hoyt, Elizabeth G. 






Belmont 




21 30 




Hugo, Jennie 






Boston 




16 69 


16 69 


Husted, J. B., heirs 






Water town 




61 06 


61 06 


•J 

Jackson, Robert 


Boston 




1 77 


1 77 


Jackson, Caroline, heirs 






Dorchester 




35 50 




Jennifer, John T. . 






Chicago, 111. 




38 34 




Jenness, George 0. 






W. Gloucester 




48 99 


48 99 


Jenuey, Mary F. 






South Boston 




2 84 




Jewell, Albert L. . 






Boston 




11 36 


11 36 


Johnson, Albion H. 






Roslindale . 




2 84 




Johnson, Edward A. 






Boston 




69 58 


69 58 


Johnson, E. A., heirs 










24 85 




Jones, Aaron T. 






E. Douglass. 




42 60 




Jones, Sophia C. 






Boston 




2 13 




Jones, Susan T. 






Mattapan . 




21 30 




Joy, Mary Kinsley 






Boston 




1 42 




Judge, Augustine . 






Boston 




3 55 


3 55 


Juergens, Frederick 






Koslindale . 




5 68 


5 68 


Keene, Nahum, heirs 


Dedham 




12 07 




Kellogg, Henry 






Boston 




25 56 




Kelley, William, heirs 






Lowell 




22 72 


22:72 


Kenyon & Crabtree 






Boston 


$213 00 


234 30 




Kent, Arabella E., heirs 










,59 64 




Kibbler, Philemone 






Boston 




52 54 




Kibbler, Louis 






Boston 




42 60 




Killam, Horace W. 






Worcester . 




26 98 




Kiacaid, William T. 






Dorchester 




3 55 




King, Armeda E . 






Boston 




52 54 





Uc 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — ^Continued.') 



NAMES. 


KESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Kloiis, Seman . ' . 


Bostoir' 


$383 40 


1373 46 




Knowlton, Frederick W. 


Folcroft, Me, 




11 .36 




■ Koelble, Catherine 


Boston 




1 42 


$1 42 


Kruiger, Louis J. . 

JL 
Lake, Elmer 0. . . . 


Jamaica Plain 




1 4-2 








74 19 




Lancaster, Edward M. 


Boston 




48 28 


48 28 


Lancey, Dustin and Grant 


Boston 




14 20 


14 20 


Lawler, Emma G. . 


Boston 




8 52 


8 52 


Leatherbee, Andrew E. . 


Boston 




59 64 




Leatherbee, Anrlrew F. . 


Boston 




51 12 


51 12 


Lee, Georu'e S., trustee for Nor- 










folk &'Suffolk R. E. Co. 


Boston 




815 79 


■ 815 79 


Lee, George W. . 


Revere 




22 72 


22 72 


Leckebusch, Herman 


Boston 




18 46 




Little, James L., estate . 


Boston 




73 84 




Litchlield, Charles A. 


Norwell 




61 06 




Lichfield, George A. 


WoHaston . 




32 66 


32 66 


Litchlield, Henry, adms'tr 


Plymouth . 




37 63 


37 63 


Lothrop, Francis E. 


Boston 




45 44 




Loud, John J., Sarah, Annie and 










Alice French 


Weymouth 




229 69 




Loud, Emily V. . 


Weymouth 




SO 94 




Loiul, Martha B. . 


Weymouth 




78 10 




Loughlin, Mrs. A. L. 


Boston 




79 52 


79 52 


Lyford, Biley 


Proviucetown 




49 70 




Lynch, William ... 

M 
Mackintosh, Joseph P-. 


Roxbury . 




3 19 




Boston 




4 61 


4 61 


Mackrille, Harriet . 


New Haven, Conn. 




23 07 


23 07 


Maddigan, T. H. and Mary J. . 


Boston 




40 47 




Ma;ldigan, Mary J. 


Boston 




37 63 




Mauchaug Company, B. B. and R. 










Knights .... 


Providence, R. I. 


1153 04 


1303 56 




Manufacturers' National Bank . 


Boston 




13 84 




Marcy, Elizabeth . 


Newton Up. Falls 




8 16 




Margeson, Isabella 


Boston 




24 50 




Matthews, Wm. A., Trustee 


Boston 




181 76 


181 76 


Maynard, George H. 


Waltham . 




56 80 




McCann. James G . 


Boston 




3 55 


3 55 


McCartor, John G. 


Allston 




7 10 




McClearn, Charles W. 


Maiden 




4 26 


4 26 


McCormick, Mary L., heirs 


Boston 




146 26 


146 26 


McDoiTgald, Archibald 


Nova Scotia 




4 26 




McFarland, James and Charles . 


Wollaston . 




4 97 


4 97 


McFarland, James B., heirs 


Somerville 




22 72 




McGreal, James . . . 


Boston 




26 27 


26 27 


McGuiness, Jane . 


Boston 




4 26 




McKeen, John H. and David J. . 


Boston 




2 49 




McKenna, Rev. John 


Lowell 




44 02 


44 02 


McLaughlin, Daniel 


Boston 




1 42 




McNally, Ann 


Boston 




27 69 




McPherson, Daniel 


Boston 




1 42 




McQuaid, Rosanna 


Worcester . 




5 68 




McSorley, Michael 


Dedhani 




19 88 




McSwain, Ewen 


Milton 




39 05 




Mecham, Arthur, heirs . 


Dorchester 




42 25 


42 25 


Merriara, Henry W., heirs 


Newton, N J. 




66 74 




Miller, William J. . 


Jamaica Plain 




2 49 




Miller, Sarah J. . . . 


Roxbury . 




28 40 





144 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Miller, Susan 






$32 66 




Mitchell, (i. A. and Susan E. 


Worcester . 




37 63 




Moore, Alice R. . 


Newton 






7 81 




Moore, Rebecca H. 


Roxbury . 






1 42 




Moriarty, William H. 


Boston 






29 82 




Morrill, Mabel E. . 


Boston 






3 .55 


$3 55 


Morris, E. C, Safe Co. 


Boston and H. P 




$497 00 


568 00 


1,065 00 


Morse, Clara R. . 


Newtonville 






215 84 




Morse, George W. . 


Newtonville 






100 11 




Morse, E. J. W., heirs 


South Easton 






5 32 




Morton, Joseph, heirs 


Milton 






29 82 




Monlton, Harriet M. and Edw'd E. 


Jamaica Plain 






122 S3 




Mullen, William A. 


Boston 






3 19 


3 19 


Munroe, C. W. . 


E. Cambridge 






4 97 




Murdock, William E. 


Boston 






163 30 




Murphy, Mary A. E. 


Boston 






68 16 




Murray, Jennie L. 


Boston 






35 15 


35 15 


Myers, Rachel, Sarah, Rebecca and 










Louisa .... 
N 
Nash, Addie P. . 


Dedham 




7 10 


7 10 


Boston 




47 57 




Newell, Lucian B. 


Bowdoinham, Me. 




37 63 




Newhall, Sarah E. ' . 


Melrose 




33 37 




New York & New England R. R. Co. 


Boston 






456 53 




Nichols, George C, trustee 


Boston 






76 68 




Niehols, Elizabeth E. . , 


Staten Island, N.'i 


f. 




56 80 




Niles, Louville V. 


Soraerville 






45 44 




Nolan, James 


Boston 






4 26 




Norfolk Suburban Street Railway 












Company 


Dedham . 




7 10 


108 27 




Northern Baptist Educational S'y. 


Boston 






13 49 




Nourse, George H. 

Nye, James H. . . . 

O 

Oakwood Park Trust, G. Edward 


W Roxbury 






11 36 




Brockton . 






34 08 


34 08 










Smith, ti'ustee . 


Boston 




106 50 




Old Colony R. R. Co., N. T„ N. H. 










& H. R. R. Co. Lessees 


Boston 




293 58 




O. C. R. R. Co., Lessees of B. & P. 










R. R. Co 


Boston 


7 10 


905 96 




Oliver, George H. . 


Boston 




7 81 




Oliver, Charles L. . 


Boston 




13 84 


13 84 


Oxton, Maria 

P 
Page, Annie A. . . 


Milton 




34 08 




Boston 




41 89 




Page, Gilman . , 


Boston 






34 OS 




Page, Charles J. . 


Boston 






36 


36 


Palmer, Susan A. . 


Charlestown 






25 21 




Park, Elizabeth M. 


Wo burn 






3 19 


3 19 


Parker, Benjamin W. 


Brookline . 






53 96 




Parker, M. W. 


Boston 






3 00 




Parker, Charles H. . 


Boston 






30 89 




Parker, Alice 


Boston 






44 02 


44 02 


Partridge, Cornelia A. . 


Boston 






199 16 




Penny, John J., Jr. 


Newton 






2 84 




Perry Arthur L. . 


Milton 




14 20 






Perry, .Joseph L. . 


Providence, R. I 






55 38 




Peterson, Louisa . 


Boston 






40 47 




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145 



Non-Resident Tax- Payers — {Concluded.) 



NAMES. 


1 

RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid) 


Pfaff, Auna .... 


Boston 




$38 34 


$38 34 


Pfaff, Henry, heirs, and Jacob . 


Boston 






12 78 




Pierce, Mary A. 


Dorchester. 






3-2 66 


33 66 


Pierce, Frank H. . 


Boston 






124 25 


5 33 


Pierce, John Eddy . 


Boston 






71 71 




Pierce, Myron E. . 


Boston 






12 07 




Pineo, J. Henry 


Brookline . 






3 49 




Pinkham & Lovell 








.396 18 




Trustees Homestead Land Asson. 


Boston 






40 47 


40 47 


Pinkham, Herbert W. 


WoUaston . 






26 27 


26 37 


Pommer, Louisa A. 


Boston 






4 97 


4 97 


Pope, John T. . . . 


Neponset . 






56 09 


56 09 


Porter, A. Wallace . 


Wollaston . 






5 32 


5 33 


Pratt, Isaac, Jr. 


Boston 






330 15 




Prescott, Henry E. . 


Boston 






29 82 




Prescott, Mrs. S. U.. heirs 
Quigley, Mary J. . 


Sussex, Is. B. 






59 64 




Jamaica Plain 




2 84 




Quincy Savings Bank 

K 
Ray, John 0.,and M. A. Marshall 


Quincy 




335 12 




Woburn 




8 87 




Raymond, Artemas S. . . 


Dedham 




$82 .36 


304 13 




Real Estate & Building Co. 


Boston 






1,488 87 




Reardon, Dennis A. 


South Boston 






6 39 


6 39 


Reddle, Isaac H. . , 


Charlestown 






71 




Reed, Horace 


Whitman . 






43 31 




Reed, Spurdon A.M. 


Boston 






52 54 




Reed, Beverley S. . 


Dorchester 






85 20 


85 20 


Remick, Timothy. . 


Boston 






42 60 




Reutman, Charles . 


Boston 






3 55 




Rice, William B. . 


Quincy. 






29 11 




Rich, Harriet L. . 


Milford, N. H. 






61 77 




Richards, William R. and Elsie B. 


Boston 






334 05 


334 O.'V 


Richards, Daniel, heirs . 


Danvers 






14 20 




Riga, Martin J. . 








3 55 


3 55 


Roberts, Sarah A. E. 


Boston 






73 84 


73 84 


Roberts, Francis R. . . 


Boston 






18 11 




Robinson, B. F., heirs 


Concord, N. H. 






21 65 




Robinson, Sarah A. K. 


Northampton 






88 04 




Robinson, George S. 


Chelsea 






4 26 




Rogers, Johanna 






40 11 


40 11 


Rogers, Abram, and Annie T. 










Faunce .... 


Boston 




21 30 


21 30 


Rollins, James W. . 


Boston 






215 84 


215 84 


Rooney, John A. . 


W. Roxbury 






48 28 




Roundy, William E. 


Ellis 






28 40 




Rowell, Henry A. . 


Contocook, N. H 






44 02 


44 02 


Ryan, Margaret J. . , 
Ryan, William B. . 

S 

Saco & Biddeford Savings Bank 


Charlestown 






26 27 


36 27 


Boston 






59 64 


59 64 


Saco, Me. . 




186 73 




Safford, Nathaniel M. 


Milton 




37 63 




Sargent, Frederick H. 






40 83 


40 83 


Sftvrtelle, Willard H. and Frank 










W. .... 


Dedham . 




35 50 




Sawtelle, F. W., & Co. . 


Dedham . 


89 46 






Scaife, Hell en A. . 


Boston 




10 65 




Schell, Ellen A. 


Franklin . 




47 93 





146 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


KESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Renl 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Schroeter, Frederick 


Boston 




$ 7 10 


$ 7 10 


Scranuage, Matthew 


Medford . 




12 78 




Scrivens, Joseph 


Woburn 




22 72 




Scrivens, Eniily M. 


Woburn 




29 82 




Seaver, Jacob W. . 


Boston 




6 39 




Seaverns, Granville S. . 


Roslindale 




14 20 




Sharp, J. C 


Dorchester 




1 42 




Sharp, W. C. 


Dorchester 




1 42 




Shaughuessey, Edward . 


Roslindale 




2 49 


2 49 


Shaughuessey, James C. . 


Nahant 




2 13 




Shea, Edward 


Brookline . 




24 85 


24 85 


Shepard, James S. . 


Canton 




90 88 




Sherman, Dexter, heirs . 


Boston 




26 98 




Simes, George 


Maiden 




4 26 




Simmons, John O. . 


Boston 




38 69 




Sinclair, Alfred P. . 


Med to I'd . 




24 14 




Skinner, Frederick 


Boston 




9 94 




Slal'ter, Rebecca B. 


Dedham 




177 50 




Sloan, Catherine F. 


Arlington . 




21 30 




Smith, Orlando A. heirs . 


Pawtucket, R. I. . 




3 90 


3 90 


Smith, Maria A. . 


Barre 




54 31 




Smith, James, 


Bridgewater 




23 43 


23 43 


Smith, Emery W. . 


Boston 




3 19 


3 19 


Sorell, Arthur C. F. 


Everett 




7 10 


7 10 


,Soule, Myra L. . 






24 14 


24 14 


Spencer, Thomas . 


Nol-wood, R. I. . 




42 60 


42 60 


Spicer, Eliza 






3 5 


3 55 


.Springer, George H. 


Boston 




25 56 




Springer, Charles C. 


St. Paul, Minn. . 




10 65 




Springfield, Nathaniel 


Boston 




2 13 




Sprouie, Nettie E. . 


Everett. 




7 10 


7 10 


:Stan(lard Glass Insulator Co. 


Boston 


$78 10 




78 10 


Stanley, Phojbe 


Boston . , 




8 52 


8 52 


Stanley, James , 


Boston 




4 26 


4 26 


Stanwood, Joseph E. 


Topsfield . 




11 36 




Stark, John H, heirs 


Boston 




7 10 




Stark, Mary .... 


Boston 




2 84 




Stevens, Elizabeth W. 


Boston 




512 98 




Stevens, Charles, heirs 


Marlboro . 




61 06 




Stevenson, W. G. . 


Mattapan . 




36 21 


36 21 


Stevenson, Hemenway & Warren 


Milton . . 




92 30 


92 30 


Streeter, Catherine W. 






31 95 


31 95 


SturtevantMillCo.. 


Boston . . 


28 40 






Sullivan, Margaret 
T 
Talbot, Jabez 


South Boston 




3 55 


3 55 


Stoughton . 




19 17 


19 17 


Talbot, Jabez 


Stoughton . 




34 08 




Tatro, Fred, W. . . . 


Boston 




40 83 


40 83 


Taylor, George W. 


Boston 




5 68 


5 68 


Temple, F. F.; Fisher, G. A.; 










Dudley Talbot and J. B. L. 


["Holmfleld" 








Bartlett, trustees 


Boston, 




330 86 




Same ("Loud") 


Boston 




36 92 


^ 


Thompson, C. S. and "W. S. 


Brockton . 




2 13 




Thompson, Mai'y A. 


Boston 




3 55 




Thompson, Robert 


Gardner, Me. 




73 84 




Thurston, Philander, heirs 


Sutton 




32 31 




Tibbetts, Ernest C, heirs . 


Mansfield . 




25 56 




Tibbetts, Mark 


Boston 




19 17 




Tileston, Hollingsworth Co., 


Boston 


1,420 00 


1,848 84 




Tilley, Charles M. . 


Laredo, Tex. 




59 64 




Tirrell, Caroline 


Boston 




34 08 





147 

NoN- Resident Tax-Payers — (Continiced.) 



Tirrell, George E. . 
Towan, "William P. 
Tower, Isaac H., heirs 
Townsend & Kelley 
Traugott, Sarah H. 
Trescott, Ebenzer, heirs 
Trotter, Virginia . 
Trotter, James M., heirs 
Tucker, James 
Tucker, Mary T. 
Turnbuil, Flora 
Turner, Abby 
Turner, William H., heiri 
Twitchell, Charles M. A. 
Tykeson, John C. . 



United States Express Company 
Utley, Joseph 



Van Derlip, William C. 
Veazie, John H. 
Viles, Frank T. 
Vinal, Henry S. 
Vose, Joshua, heirs 
Vose, Ellen F. 
Vose, Hattie M. 
Vose, Jessie . 



W 



Wade, John R. 
Walker, George A. 
Wallace, Charlotto B. 
Wason, Leonard C. 
Webber, Cushing . 
Webster, Stephen, heirs 
Welch, James 
Welch, Patrick 
Wells, Caroline P. . 
Wentworth, Sarah J. 
Werner, Josephine A. 
Weymouth Savings Bank 
Wheeler, Jessie F. 
Whitcher, M. L., heirs 
Whitcher (Barstow) & Wells. 
White Sewing Machine Co. 
White, Amos S., heirs 
White, Charles A. . 
White, Charles G. , 
White, Georgianna 
White, Katherine S. 
White, Howard 
Whitford, George H. 
Whiting, Alvan 



RESIDENCE. 



N.T. 



Boston 

Dedham 

Boston 

Brockton 

New York, 

Roxbury 

Roxbury 

Milton 

Milton 

Boston 

Duxbury 

Worcester 

Somerville 

Boston 



Boston 
Roxbury 



Boston 

Quincy 

Boston 

Scituate 

Milton 

Milton 

Milton 

Milton 



South Boston 

Dorchester 

Boston 

Boston . 

Boston 

South Boston 

Dorchester 

Boston 

Chelsea 

Roxbury . 

WeymoUth 



Mass. and Montana 
Mass. and Montana 
Boston 
Weymouth 
Jamaica Plain 
Milton 
Roxbury . 
Boston 

Heudley, Neb. 
Walthani . 
Clinton 



Per- 
sonal. 



$3 55 



Real 
Estate. 



2 84 



$ 44 02 

9 94 

108 63 

21 30 

6 39 
1 42 

25 56 

142 00 

73 13 

80 94 

1 42 

3 55 

63 90 

66 80 

7 10 



2 84 



66 74 
51 12 
•o 68 
38 34 
127 80 
14 56 

14 56 

15 26 



39 76 

68 16 

1 78 

41 18 

82 36 

3 55 

7 10 
78 10 
18 46 
14 20 

42 60 
61 77 

688 70 
357 84 

83 78 

8 16 
11 36 

7 10 
42 02 
7 81 

4 26 
3 55 

5 68 



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Non-Eesident Tax-Paters — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Whiting, Joseph, heirs . 


Dedham 




$ 2 84 




Whitney, Albert H. 


Boston 




■ 


89 76 




Whitney, Henry N. 


Boston 






17 04 




Whittier, Albert R. 


Boston 






445 88 




Wiggin, Mary E. . 


Durham, N. H. 






38 34 


$38 34 


Wight, Lawi-ence T. . . 


Reading 






34 08 


34 08 


Wilder, Fannie L. 


Newton, N. H. 






9 94 




AVillett, Joseph 


Needham . 






42 60 




Willey, Annie D., & Real don . 


Boston 






2 84 


2 84 


Williams, John J. (Archbishop) 


Boston 






134 19 




Williams, William H. 


Boston 




$1 77 


71 00 




Wilson, Alice E. . 








46 LI 




Wolcott, J. Huntington., heirs . 


Milton 






102 95 




Wood, Frank 


Boston 






13 49 




Wood, Lydia W. . 


Boston 






134 90 




Wood, Alma E. . 


Brookline . 






17 75 


17 75 


Woodworth, Thomas H. . 


Milton 






85 20 




Wright, Isaac S., heirs 


Roxbury . 






15 62 


15 62 


Wright, Richard W. 


Jamaica Plain 






6 39 




Wyman, Isaac C. . 


Boston 






79 88 




Wyman, Agnes I. . 

Y 
Young, Orson and Hiram E. 

Z 
Zeigler, Alfred 






29 11 




E. Somerville 




8 52 




Boston 




44 02 





TWENTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 



OF THE 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK. 



FOR 



THE SCHOOL YEAR 



Ending January 31, 1896. 




':a^eMJii^ 



HYDE PARK: 
NORFOLK COUNTY GAZETTE JOB PRINT. 

1896. 



ORGANIZATION. 



CHARLES G. CHICK, CnAiRMaN. 
RICHARD M. JOHNSON. Secretary. 



SUB-COMMITTEES. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON, JOSHUA F. LEWIS, 

HELEN M. DEAN. 



DAMON SCHOOL. 

HELEN M. DEAN, CHARLES G. CHICK. 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

JOSHUA F. LEWIS, ELLA F. BOYD. 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

AUGUSTA F. HANCHETT, JOSHUA F. LEWIS. 



GREW SCHOOL. 

CHARLES G. CHICK, ELLA F. BOYD. 



BUTLER SCHOOL. 

ELLA F. BOYD. 



EVENING SCHOOL. 

JOSHUA F. LEWIS, AUGUSTA L. HANCHETT. 



INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON, HELEN M. DEAN. 



REPORT OF THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 



To THE Citizens of Hyde Park : 

Another year has been added to the history of our Public 
Schools, and the committee having their interests in im- 
mediate charge take pleasure in calling attention to their 
present condition and in making such suggestions as may 
aid m the proper understanding of their needs and work. 

We believe the past year to have been one of good faith- 
ful work in the public schools, and consequently attended 
with good results to the children of the town. 

While some of our neio'hborino; cities and towns have 
been compelled to close many of their schools by reason of 
contagious diseases Hyde Park has escaped such a mis- 
fortune. We have endeavored to protect the children and 
schools against such an evil by carefully guarding the sani- 
tary condition of the rooms and buildino;s used by the 
pupils. Germicides and disinfectants have been freely used 
in the belief that the expense involved was of small import- 
ance as compared with the health of the children. 

Those having the control of the public schools who forget 
or neglect to care for the health of the children but poorly 
perform the duties assigned them. 

What does it avail that the pupil has a fine mental train- 
ing if his physical condition is so broken that he cannot bear 
the strain consequent upon a practical application of his in- 
tellect to the pursuit of some useful vocation. 

Better far preserve good sound bodies that a vigorous use 
may be made of all acquired knowledge. The State wants 
for citizens men capable of work, not merely intellects with- 
out bodily health or strength. 



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The competent teacher carefully watches the physical 
wants and comforts of his pupils. Especially so in the early 
years of the school course. A teacher who does not do this 
and is careless about matters affecting the health of the 
children but poorly performs his duty, even though rapid 
advancement may have been obtained in scholarship. 

We have endeavored to have teachers employed who 
would fully appreciate this duty, and this committee has 
tried at all times to see that the children had proper care and 
attention. 

It is often said that more subjects ought to be taught, or 
that special training should be introduced and the course en- 
riched in many ways. 

The town has for many years been careful in all of its de- 
partments to incur only such expense as seemed necessary, 
and to avoid any increase of its tax rate for purposes where 
the need was not apparent. 

This department has been in accord with this public de- 
sire, and its policy in the past has been conservative. 

It is an easy matter to increase the expenditures for public 
education in ways that have not seemed advisable while citi- 
zens were paying large sums of money towards our debt and 
interest account. 

The town has now reached the proportions of a city and 
its debts are substantially paid. Under these conditions the 
tax paj'ers may feel it no hardship to increase the pay of our 
teachers and employ some for special and industrial work. 
The fact cannot be denied that the demand for trained teach- 
ers has greatly increased, and if we are to retain such we 
must increase the schedule of salaries. Again, with the 
opening of the schools in the three new buildings the ques- 
tion of proper supervision presses for attention. 

While our pupils were accommodated in the large build- 
ings, each having a master, we have felt that by em loving 
masters' assistants good supervision could be obtained from 



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our masters ; but with the scattering of small schools in 
various parts of the town our conditiou approaches that of 
other towns where a superintendent has been found neces- 
sary. This question must soon be practically considered 
and settled. Should, the town decide to employ a superin- 
tendent, policy would demand that a man of high standing 
and acknowledged merit be secured. If special supervision 
is to be had it should be of the best quality. 

A few suggestions may not be out of place as to the work 
of our course. 

It hardly seems to us expedient to add more to its re- 
quirements as now arranged. The eight years consumed in 
the grammar and primary schools are hardly sufficient to 
drill the pupils in the branches required by law. Indeed it 
seems that in many, if not most, cases the work of the grades 
is in advance of the mental development of the pupil. Mat- 
ters that require reason have to be taught before that quality 
is developed in the children. Much better results would be 
obtained if the course could be taken by maturer minds. 

As has been said in past reports of this committee the time 
of the grammar course should be extended if more is to be 
required from it. It is better to master the few essentials 
than obtain only confused and superficial ideas of many things. 

The lesson of thoroughness itself should be well taught in 
the schools that are to prepare citizens for a proper perform- 
ance of their duty. If children are compelled to take a 
course of public instruction under coi iitions where from the 
very nature and amount of work required thoroughness can- 
not be had and instructors are forced to be content with the 
superficial from want of time and ability of pupils to com- 
prehend, is there not a danger that we are fostering an evil 
from which the children and community must hereafter 
suffer? It would seem to be unwise to add more to our 
course without adding to its length in years. 



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It would be far wiser to reduce the number of branches, 
if possible, so that complete mastery might be obtained of 
those that were retained. 

Most cities and large towns have a course of nine years, 
and it would seem that Hyde Park might well consider 
whether it would not materially improve her school system 
to add another year to her grammar school course. 

The reports of the various local committees having charge 
of the respective schools are submitted herewith. A care- 
ful examination of them will afford information of their work 
and present condition. 

SCHOOL ORcJANIZATION AND STATISTICS. 
HIGH SCHOOL. 

Mr. Jere M. Hill, Master; Mr. Emerson Rice, Sub-Master; Mr. E. 
Q. S. Osgood, Mr. Arthur W. Luwe, Miss Anna W. Edwards, Miss 
Anna M. Linscott, Mrs. Mary C. Howard, Miss Alice G. Beede, Asis- 
tants. 

Graduates — Four years' course, Lucy Mary Adams, Mabel Ger- 
trude Andrews, Harold Os»ood Ayer, Helen Balkam, James Leonard 
Barney, Alice Henrietta BidweJl, Adah Issabelle Childs, Edward 
Francis Crowley, Henry M. Dean, Jr., Harriet Hazen Dodge, Hattie 
May Elliot, Kate Farlin. Daniel Ford, Helen Margaret Gidney, Edith 
Stone Haskell, Frank Oscar Hurter, Addie May LeBourveau, Mary 
Butters McLellan, Edward Neil McMillan, Edwin Francis Samuels, 
Horace Holmes Sears, Edwin Sutermeister, William Adams Sweet, 
James Perley Taylor, Minnie Blanche Timson. Clara Blanche 
Vaughan, Franklin 'J'yler Wood, Eva Lena Wyman, Two years' 
course, Gertrude Varina Belcher, Joseph Michael Downey, Maud 
Anna Fennell, John Ingram Gidney, Bertha May Keene, Clinton 
Mason, Albert Eugene ilollins, Alice Louise Thayer, Arthur Russell 
Warren. 

Whole number of pupils, 285 

Average membership, 206 

• " attendance, 196 

Per cent, of attendance, .95 

Amount paid for teachers' salaries, including music and 

deficit trom last year, $6,789 22 



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Amount paid for janitors' salaries, 510 00 

•• " incidentalp, 610 21 

fuel, 323 25 

'« •' miscellaneous incidentals, 574 56 

GREW SCHOOL. 

Mr. Frank H. Dean. Master; Miss Nellie A. Wentworth, Miss 
Elizabeth Strongman, Miss Margaret A. Hanlon, Miss Margaret E. 
Bertram, Miss Blanche L. Bright, Miss Emma M. George, Miss Adah 
F. Whitney, Miss Frances E. Harlow, Miss Agnes J. Campbell, Miss 
Nellie M. Howes, Miss Jennie F. Ellis, Miss Bessie C. Sparrell 
teachers. 

Graduates. — Paul Allen, Ernest Araback, Orton Andrews, James 
Baker, Blanche Baldwin, Ethel Belcher, Walter Brown, Thomas 
Brown, Emma Burgess, Louis Conn, Eben Corson, Alma Cotter, 
Harold Darling, Henry Edenborg, Alice Farnsworth, John Ford, 
Harriet Hodgdon, Moury Lockwood, Alice Morrison, William Nunn, 
Leon Orcutt, Dick Paginton, Georgiana Peterson, Martha Plummer, 
Henry Pringle, Katie Rooney, Daisy Sibley, Arthur Stockbridge, 
Gertrude Stockwell, Frank Taylor, William Tooher, Earnest Tucker, 
May Ward, May Wiiite, Rosamond Wild, Edward Williams, Charles 
Wilson. 

Whole number of different pupils, 503 

Average " " 465 

" attendance, 418 

Per cent, of attendance, .90 

Amount paid for teachers' salaiies, including music and 

truant officer, $6,863 75 

Amount paid for janitor's salaries, ' 522 GO 

incidentals, 593 03 

fuel, 339 80 

BUrj,ER SCHOOL. 

Miss Grace B. Gidney, Miss Ella J. Brown (February and March), 
teachers. 

Whole number different pupils, 58 

Average membership, 34 

" attendance, 30 

Per cent, of attendance, ,90 

Amount paid for teachers* salaries, $487 50 

" " janitor's salary, 65 00 

" " incidentals, 58 05 

fuel, including adv., 17 75 



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FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

Mr. Edward W. Cross, Master; Miss Helen P. Cleaves, Master's 
assistant; Miss Margerita G. Koe (to June, '95), Miss Harriet E. 
Henry (to June, "95^, Miss M. P. Winchenbaugh, Miss M. Editli Le 
Bourveau. Miss Harriet F. Pacliard, Miss Helen A. Perry, Mrs Helen 
O. Thompson, Miss Rosa M. Morrell (from Sept. '95), Miss Nettie M. 
Farnsworth (from June, '95), Miss Jennie S. Hammond, teachers. 

Graduates. — Carleton A. Babb, Arthur Bent, Am}' C, Blodgett, 
Hildur S. bloome, Clara L. Bursch, George Crowley. Harold Faulk- 
ner, Charles Graham, Margaret E. Gibbons, Charles R. Haynes, 
Ethel F. House, Winnifred F. Heustis. Sarah A. Keliey, William R. 
Miller, Florence M. Piper. Marie C. Ramseyer, Bessie Richardson, 
Cora E. Scrivens, Alexander K. Stockwell, Florence Sumner, Emma 
A. Walley, Clara L. Warren, Chester Withington, Ethel E. Worrick, 
Alice F. Renton. 

Whole number of different pupils. 480 

Average " " '■ 368 

" attendance " 346 

Per cent, of " 91.3 

Amount paid for teachers' salaries, including music and 

truant otflcer, $5,918 75 

Amount paid for janitor's salaries, 522 00 

incidentals, 1,098 07 

fuel, 287 76 

D.^^MON SCHOOL. 

Mr. A. W. Armstrong, Master: Mrs. E. de Senancour, Misses 
Julia E. Denovan, Grace M. Tuxbury, Florence E. Barker, Dora F. 
Hastings, teachers. 

Graduates— George Burby, James J. Barnes, Robert Cochran, 
Henry Cogan, Edna Davenport, Mary Mullen, Julia Murphy, Ed- 
ward Neill. 

Whole number of different pupils, 231 

Average " >. .. 142 

" attendance " " 180 

Per cent, of attendance, 98.5 

Amount paid for teachers' salaries, including music and 

truant officer, $3,658 75 

Amount paid for janitor's salaries, 390 00 

incidentals, 602 62 

fuel, 185 80 



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GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

Mr. Daniel G. Thompson, Master ; Miss Cora J. Buker (till July), 
Miss Frances A. Putnam (since Sept.), Master's assistants; Miss 
Minnie L. Butland, Miss Sarah E. Roome, Miss Emily Woods, Miss 
Alma E. Batchelder, Miss Gertrude L'. Tilden (since Sept.). Miss 
Elizabeth B. Freeman, Miss Evelyn S. Howes (till July), Miss Mar- 
garet L. Wyman (since Sept.), Miss Lena B. Winter (till July), Miss 
F. Mabel Winslow (from Sept. 1 to Oct.), Miss Vyra L. Tozier 
(since Oct.). Miss Isabel H. Murray (since Oct.), assistants. 

Graduates. — Lillian G. Albee, Charles A. Arentzen, Anna J. Barme, 
Harry C. Boardman, Alden Bradford. Gertrude E. Bradford, Inez M. 
Brooks, Arthur Brown, Mary L. Clogston. Clement Colesworthy.Ella 
Cook, Alden R. Countway, William J. Downie, Gertrude Fitzgerald, 
Frances H. Fowle, Grace Fuller, Edwin W. Halden, Alice H. Haskell. 
Rosalie H. Horr. Ella Jones, Berthilde A. Joubert, Fred R. Oliver, 
Robert H. Perkins, Charles Prozonchee, Jennie Robie, Ivalien Sart- 
well, Cornelius Spaans, Fred M. Tilden. Harold B. Waldron. Wilbert 
N. Williams, William S. Wilson, Mary M. Wood. 
Whole number of different pupils, 501 

Average membership, 422 

" attendance, 392 

Percent, of " 92.9 

Amount paid for teachers' salaries, inclnding music and 

truant officer, $6,183 37 

Amount paid for janitor's salaries, 522 00 

" " incidentals, 215 50 

fuel. 258 25 

JANITORS. 

Last year the Legislature passed an Act requiring persons 
having charge of steam boilers to obtain a license from the 
State Police, such license to be issued upon examination. 
This new departure by the State placed the janitors of our 
school buildings at disadvantage, as none held such a license. 
They at once made application for a license, but as yet no 
time has been accorded them by the examiners in which to 
meet the test. These janitors we have had in charge of the 
various steam plants since their installation in the various 
buildings. They have each and all been faithful and careful 
in their management, and we are confident of their practical 



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merits to occupy the positions which they^hold, whether they 
can succeed in satisfying the technical demands of a written 
examination remains to be seen. In the case of Mr. Wheeler 
at the Damon School, who was employed before the steam 
was introduced, the local committee believing him to be a 
faithful and worthy man for the place allowed him to take 
instructions in the care of the boiler and pipes, and when 
pronounced competent by his instructor and a local expert 
he was placed in charge and special efforts made to have him 
examined by the State. Like many another who has at- 
tempted the examinations submitted in such cases he failed 
to obtain his license and left the position. In view of the 
fact that the janitors have to remain in their respective 
buildings at all times during school sessions when heat is 
used, and during severe winter weather the care of the pipes 
keep them in the buildings all night the board in April voted 
to increase their pay from $36 per month for 10 months to 
$45 per month for 12 months. This to include all extra 
work and the cleaning of the rooms during the summer va- 
cation. The pay at the Damon School is somewhat less be- 
cause of the smaller number of rooms in use. This increase 
caused in a great measure the call for an additional appro- 
priation in December. 

ACCOMMODATIONS. 

In keeping with the suggestions made last year by this 
committee the matter of additional accommodations was 
brought before the citizens in March, and a committee was 
appointed to examine the matter and report back to the town. 
A report was made in June, and $16,000 was appropriated 
for three small buildings, and the whole matter was placed 
in the hands of a building committee. At this date these 
buildings are still in the course of construction. How far 
they will meet the requirements of the schools we are unable 
to say. 



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MUSIC. 

Miss Elizabeth M. Dodge has been continued in charge of 
the musical instruction of the course, and we believe her 
efforts have given entire satisfaction. 

TEXT BOOKS. 

During the summer the Board voted to substitute Potter's 
Geography for Warren's, and in December Montgomery's 
United States History was substituted for Barnes's in the 
VII. grades. 

DEPARTMENTAL WORK. 

At the beginning of the school year the local committee 
at the Grew School was authorized to introduce this system 
in the V., YI. and VII. grades as an experiment. It has 
since that time been upon trial under most favorable condi- 
tions. The report of the local committee contains further 
information in this particular. 

TRUANCY. 

It was discovered early in the year that by reason of a 
change made in the truancy laws of the State our own pro- 
visions had become inoperative. New provisions were 
brought before tb3 town and adopted, and the same have 
been approved, by the Court. We are now able to enforce 
the attendance of delinquents, which aids the teachers and 
work of the schools very materially. 

In conclusion we would impress the thought that the public 
school is at the foundation of good citizenship, and good citi- 
zenship is necessary for the proper conduct of business af- 
fairs and public concerns. 

It is therefore of first importance that the work of the 
children in our schools should be such and only such as will 
tend to make good citizens, strong in body and mind, honest 
in purpose, self-reliant in action, sober and industrious, to 
the end that a love for our Constitution may be fostered, our 
free institutions perpetuated and the cause of civilization ad- 



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vanced by those whose education we have been called upon 
to furnish and superintend. 

We wish to acknowledge the courtesy sliown to us by the 
citizens during the past year, and to express our apprecia- 
tion therefor, and to further acknowledge the faithfulness 
and loyalty of our teachers. In view of these conditions the 
duties assigned us have been harmoniously performed, and 
we hope in a manner that will be found creditable when 
time shall have fully demonstrated the results. 
EespectfuUy submitted, 

CHARLES G. CHICK, Chairman. 

Hyde Park, Feb. 3, 1896. 



Hyde Park, Feb. 3, 1896. 
At a meeting of the full Board it was voted to adopt the 
foregoing annual report as prepared and read by the Chair- 
man as the report of the Board. 

R. M. JOHNSON Secretary. 



SUB-COMMITTEES' REPORTS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

The graduating exercises of the High School occurred on 
the 24th of June last, with ajcreditable program both in 
arrangement and quality of matter. The music was of a 
high order and was well received. Twenty-eight scholars 
were graduated from the 4-years' and 9 from the 2-year's 
courses. Of these 6 went to college, 2 to Normal School 
and 1 to Training School. Wherever examinations were 
required they were passed with]credit,|and the students are 
now doing well. The organization of the school this year 
is as follows : — 

Senior class 45 

Second " 36 

Third " 60 

Fourth " 82 

Total - - 223 

Changes in our teaching force during the year have been 
as follows : — The resignation of Mr. W. M. Cannon in June 
was followed in September by the appointment of Mr. E. 
Q, S. Osgood, a gentleman of exceptional culture, and well 
known as a citizen of Hyde Park. Lieut. Philip J. Flanders 
as military instructor was succeeded in^September by Mr. 
A. W. Lowe, who continues his duties as teacher in the 
Business Course, with the addition of the military drill. 
Miss Alice G. Beede was employed at the beginning of the 
Fall term as a half-time teacher to relieve the pressure of 
work in the department of English injthe enteringclass. This 
study has had especial attention [in this school, as it has 
every where within the last few years, where the subjects 



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are treated with the thoroughness which the best instruction 
demands. A recent revision of a portion of the school pro- 
gram, dividing the hirge third chiss in Latin (46 schoLars), 
now fills up Miss Beede's duties so that she has been made 
a full-time teacher from January 1st. She is doing good 
work so far, and seems amply qualified for the position. 

Miss Marion K. Dean, our instructor of last year in physi- 
cal culture, has this year been given charge of classes in elo- 
cution in addition to her work in physical culture. This 
subject seemed to the committee to be sadly neglected in 
both grammar and high schools, here and elsewhere, and to 
judge from the reading of candidates for teachers' positions 
who come here from Normal schools and take our examina- 
tions, the study is lacking in thoroughness there also. To 
read ivell is an elegant accomplishment, and it seems to be 
as rare as it is elegant. Much time now devoted to other 
things — and this is probably the reason why good reading is 
so neglected — could be more profitably spent in elocution in 
the judgment of your local committee. Miss Dean's work 
embraces other branches of the study, and we hope the im- 
provement in this direction will be apparent in the daily 
recitations of the school as well as in the annual exhibitions, 
when further progress has rendered the instruction complete. 
The school has now a fairly well equipped chemical labora- 
tory, and the instruction is of a good character and up to 
the requirements for entrance to the best technical schools. 
Physical science however, although not lacking in import- 
ance as a study, and although as a study it has come up in 
the past few years from a somewhat neglected branch to be 
seconel to none in importance, still labors under difficulties 
with us, as has been in former years stated by this commit- 
tee, The department of physics as now taught has been 
transferred to the modern laboratory plan of teaching largely 
by experiments ; and since 1887 Harvard College has de- 



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veloped the practice of requiring for entrance, experiments 
in this branch. We have been able to slowly add some ap- 
paratus, but proper accommodations for its use is lacking. 
A separate room is needed with tables specially constructed 
to bring our facilities up to those of surrounding towns. 

The work of the school in other departments has been 
fully up the past year to that of any year in its history in its 
general character. We believe, however, that the useful- 
ness of the school and the thoroughness of its instruction 
would be increased by full and better accommodations. 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON, 
HELEN M. DEAN, 
ELLA F. BOYD. 



GREW SCHOOL. 

The work has progressed in a very satisfactory manner 
during the past year. Miss Winslow, for many years faith- 
fully performing the duties of master's assistant, was com- 
pelled by reason of ill health to resign her position in June. 
This was a misfortune, as Miss Winslow was a strong 
teacher. Miss Elizabeth Strongman was appointed to her 
place, and her work has thus far been satisfactory. She 
gives evidence of being a well equipped teacher. With this 
exception the teaching force remains as last year. 

Acting under a vote of the Board we introduced the de- 
partmental system in the V., VI. and VH. grades in Sep- 
tember, and have since watched its merits with much in- 
terest. We are satisfied that the test is being made under 
most favorable conditions, as the teachers of these grades 
are among the strongest employed by the town. 

At the close of the Autumn term we were not fully satis- 
fied that the trial had been long enouo-h to warrant a final 
recommendation as to benefits of the system, and the trial 
will at least be continued throuo;h the Winter term. 



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In matters purely of instruction it seems to have an ad- 
vantage over the former method, but in matters of individual 
training and character building its value is doubted, and as 
yet it is a question in the minds of teachers and committee 
whether its gains are not fully balanced by losses. 

With a corps of teachers of less merit or with one teacher 
of less ability the system would undoubtedly fail. 

Repairs upon the building were made during the summer. 
New gutters were placed upon the building, new floors laid 
in the upper and lower halls, a new floor placed in the XII. 
class room, new furniture in three primary rooms, a high 
board fence upon the northwest side of the lot and new stone 
vaults built for the outbuildings. These repairs were largely 
made from the special appropriation made for this building 
in March. 

Like the other larsre buildino;s this one is o-ettins; old and 
will constantly call for substantial repairs. 

The primary rooms are now crowded, and with the ad- 
dition of new pupils that may be expected in the spring the 
committee will be called upon to provide room elsewhere. 

Whether the new Hilton street building can be utilized is 
a question in view of the distance. Had that building been 
located near the High School the diflflculties would have been 
fully met. 

In conclusion we wish to bear testimony to the faithful 
work of the teachers and the kind co-operation of the patrons 
of this school during the year. 

Eespectfully submitted, 

CHARLES G. CHICK, 
ELLA F. BOYD. 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

The usual standard of excellence has been maintained. The 
corps of teachers, as a whole, is eminently satisfactory. It 



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has been our policy to fill all vacancies, as far as practicable, 
with residents of our town, and the result has proven suc- 
cessful beyond our most sanguine expectations. Misses Le 
Bourveau, Farnsworth and Morrell, the most recent ap- 
pointees, are rendering a service that graduates of Training 
and Normal Schools could not excel. We would not have it 
underst©od that we decry such institutions, though inclined 
to the theory based upon experience and observation of 
many years that our best teachers are " born not made." A 
well rounded education fortified with the most advanced 
methods is never a guarantee of success, for without tact, 
that absolute essential, the pathway is strewn with dismal 
failures. 

The question of heating this building no longer perplexes 
us, for whether the temperature outside is at zero or 15 de- 
grees below, all the rooms, at the opening of each session, 
have an average temperature of 70 degrees. The desks in 
some of the rooms are decidedly unfitted for the use of the 
pupils and should be replaced by those of more modern pat- 
tern, for while we strive to develop the mental capacity of 
the pupil we should guard well that the physical develop- 
ment does not suffer. 

The repairs upon the building the past year have been 
only such as were actually necessary to maintain the plant 
and give security and comfort to the inmates. 

J. F. LEWIS, 
ELLA F. BOYD. 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

The work of the Greenwood School during the past year 
has been accomplished under great disadvantages, owing to 
the crowded condition of the building. The teachers have 
been faithful and cheerful under difficulties, and have almost, 
without exception, put forth their best efforts on behalf of 



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their pupils, and the result, as a whole, has been satisfactory. 

In the lower grades many changes have occurred. Each 
division of the Twelfth Class has had no less than three 
teachers since the opening of school in September. Our 
more wealthy neighbors are able to ©ffer inducements that 
deprive us of our teachers, one by one, but we hope they 
are at last satisfied, and that we may be permitted to retain 
the teachers at present employed. Notwithstanding the 
numerous changes no disturbance has occurred in any of the 
rooms. 

Miss Martha jNIcLellan and Miss Gertrude Phmimer are 
teaching the divisions of the Twelfth Class. Both are ex- 
perienced teachers, and although they have been with us but 
a short time they have already demonstrated their ability to 
do the work required of them. The resignation of Miss 
Evelyn Howes of the Eleventh Class was deeply regretted 
by your committee. Miss Wyman, who succeeded Miss 
Howes, and Miss Murray, who succeeded Miss Batchelder, 
in the Ninth Grade, are doing good work. 

At the close of the Spring term Miss Buker, the master's 
assistant, resigned her position. A general and well earned 
promotion followed, leaving a vacancy in the second division 
of the Ninth Grade. This vacancy has been filled by Miss 
Gertrude Tilden, whose work is giving general satisfaction. 
Of the remaining teachers it is unnecessary to speak. They 
have been with us for some time and their records speak for 
them. 

This report would hardly be complete were no mention 
made of the resignation of our tried and trusted janitor, Mr. 
Albert Lord, who has served the school well and faithfully 
for many years, and by his good work has contributed to the 
comfort of both teachers and scholars. Mr. George Mc- 
Donald, our present janitor, has held the position but a few 
v/ecks. His long experience in caring for a large, high pres- 



167 

sure boiler, and his excellent recommendations as to relia- 
bility are sufficient guarantee of his fitness for the place. 

AUGUSTA L. HANCHETT, 
JOSHUA. F. LEWIS. 

DAMON SCHOOL. 

No changes have taken place in the teaching force during 
the past year. In November Mr. R. Wheeler resigned his 
place as janitor, and Mr. A. W. Henderson was engaged to 
fill the position. Last year as tho fifth and sixth classes 
were so small it was thought best to have them unite and 
take fifth class work, which was done, and most of them 
graduated as fifth class pupils. This left the school without 
a graduating class for this year. The master, Mr. A. W. 
Armstrong, is doing thorough, efficient work in his own room 
and is unifying the work throughout the building. The 
teachers are working faithfully, and good results are being 
secured. 

May 17th was observed as ' Bird day " in all the rooms, 
and many interesting things about the birds were said and 
sung. 

Wednesday, at noon, Feb. 6th, 1895, the school house 
caught fire from the furnaces, and but for the prompt and 
efficient work of the firemen would have been totally de- 
stroyed. Temporary quarters were at once found, and 
Wednesday, one week later, the five lower classes resumed 
their work in the stores in the Stevens Block, and the other 
classes one day later in the Cycle Club rooms. The fire, 
while seriously damaging only two rooms and the hallways, 
occasioned much injury to all of the rooms from smoke and 
water. The weather was extremely cold, and the inside of 
the building was so covered with ice for several days that it 
was difficult to estimate the extent of the damages. As 
early as possii)le the adjusters performed their duties, and 



16« 

we were at liberty to proceed with repairs. The town 
promptly voted to place the amount of $4,290.21, received 
from the insurance companies, at the disposal of the School 
Committee for this purpose, and we were authorized to use 
this fund at our discretiDU. As soon as possible our furnace 
was put in condition, and the rooms were cleared of the ice 
and dried. When this had been thoroughly done five rooms 
were found in a condition to be safely used, and needed but 
comparatively little work by carpenters to make them very 
comfortable. It was thought wise to do this work immedi- 
ately, and Mr. Warren W. Hilton, who had adjusted the loss 
for the town, and was familiar with the exact condition of 
the rooms, was employed to do this work, and instructed to 
proceed promptly, as the town was paying rents for the 
rooms used by the schools. So well did he follow these in- 
structions that on March 11th, in less than five weeks after 
the fire, the school re-assembled at the Damon building in 
five very comfortable rooms. Of course the ceilings were 
badly discolored, but all had been thoroughly cleaned. The 
old furnaces had been repaired by Mr. Lewis, and connec- 
tions made so that during the spring the rooms were kept 
very well warmed. The matter of a permanent heating ap- 
paratus was considered by us before any considerable work 
was done upon the furnaces, and several well known concerns 
were asked to, and did, give us figures upon cost and time re- 
quired to install, but for reasons before stated it was thought 
best to defer until summer, and until we could ascertain 
how much our repairs would cost, and thus know how much 
of the hind at our disposal would be left for a heating plant. 
Upon the closing of schools in June we at once arranged 
with Mr. Hilton to superintend all the repairs and furnish 
the carpenter work by the dav, a course that seemed to be 
best from the condition of the building and the uncertainty 
ot the exact amount of work which would be found neces- 



169 

sary. Bids were received for the painting and mason work 
upon specificati©ii8 prepared by Mr. Hilton, and by the first 
of August, after careful estimate of our expenditures and 
obligations, we had the satisfaction of finding a balance on 
hand suflScient to warrant us in contracting with the Exeter 
Machine Works for a steam heating plant for $1,592, This 
concern has supplied the town with their plants and its work 
has always been satisfactory, and as its estimate was the 
lowest obtained we contracted with it at once that the work 
might be done by Sept. 1st. 

The building has been thoroughly repaired, painted inside 
and out, with new furniture in three rooms, and furnished 
with a first-class steam heating plant from the fund received 
from the insurance companies. The building is nearly as 
good as new, and will need little repair except possibly upon 
the roof for many years to come. We annex to this report 
our items of expenditures. 

HELEN M. DEAN, 
CHARLES G. CHICK. 

ACCOUNT DAMON INSURANCE FUND. 

Amount received from Insurance, $4,290 21 

Paid John Mahoney, hack hire. $ 2 00 

Jerome Kenney, labor and material, 10 35 

J. L. Hammett, Kindergarten supplies, 1 00 

W. W. Hilton, fitting rooms for schools, 58 28 

repairs. 301 12 

689 88 
8 70 

" adjusting loss, 25 00 

Prang Ed. Co., drawing supplies, 5 40 

Geo. F. King& Merrill, school supplies, 7 47 

Silver, Burdett & Co.. text books, 13 65 

R. Corson, express, 17 25 

S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber,- 10 40 

Mrs. A. Wheeler, cleaning. 20 00 

A. Wheeler, extra labor, 10 00 

H. V. Harwood, watching, 10 00 



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133 47 


2 


75 


. 99 


89 


269 


15 


28 


75 


25 


00 


51 


00 


10 00 


5 


13 


375 


00 


1,592 


00 


3 


00 


418 


90 


15 


00 


61 


70 




— §4,290 21 



170 

Paid W. H. Plummer, labor and material, 
Charles Lewis, '• " 

Geo. S. Perry & Co., curtains and fixtuiee, 
•• •• " seats, desks, etc., 

F. W. Sa-^telle & Co , 5 tons coal, 

Readville Cycle Club, rent of room, 

A. G. Stevens, rent of room, 

W. U. Fairbairn, inspection ot flues, 

E. S. Alden, supplies, 

W. G. Robinson, plastering, 

Exeter Machine Works, contract for heating 

plant, 
S. R. Moseley. advertising, 
A. McLean, painting and glazing. 
W. G. Robinson, skimming blackboards, 
R. E. Cherrington, window shades, etc.. 



BUTLER SCHOOL. 

This school continues under the charge of Miss Gidney, 
who is doing good, faithful work. At the beginning of the 
Fall term it was found impossible to accommodate the 
many children in this district, but through the kindness of 
the local committee and master of the Greenwood School, 
the extra number was transferred to that alread}^ crowded 
school. • 

During the summer vacation the room was cleaned and 
the walls were whitened, and a new closet was built for 
the books and other appliances needed in school work. A 
flag-pole has been added to the building in accordance with 
the laws of the State. 

The yard has been filled in with gravel to a nearer level 
with the present grade of the street, but this should be car-^' 
ried still further, although it is impossible now, unless the 
buildina is raised. This should be done, and the surround- 



171 

ing trees should be trimmed in order to let in the pure sun- 
shine, and so keep the school in a dry, healthful condition. 
The attendance has been large all winter, and it does seem 
that before long this section of the town will also need 
larger accommodations. 

ELLA F. BOYD. 



EVENING SCHOOLS. 

The Committee on Evening Schools submit the following 
reports and recommend that the Board adopt the sugges- 
tions therein stated. 

JOSHUA F. LEWIS, 
AUGUSTA L. HANCHETT. 

To the Committee on Evening Schools : 

I herewith submit the following report of the Evening 
School : 

The school opened on the evening of October 28, 1895. 
The first two evenings were for registration. The regular 
work commenced on the evening of October 30th, since 
which time it has continued with good success. In the 
English department 27 students were registered ; the aver- 
age attendance is 16 ; the average age is 20 years and 4 
months. Six nationalities have been represented. 

In addition to the English studies regularly taught in- 
struction has been given in French and Latin, Bookkeep- 
ing has been taught to a small number of students. If 
this study is to be taught as a special study, I would sug- 
gest that a different text book be used, as the text book now 
in use is not complete enough to meet the requirements of 
even the average business house. 

Stenography is taught as a special study, and was intro- 
duced into the Evening School in November, 1894, and 
carried on with good results. This year a larger number 



172 

of students have received instruction on this subject. The 
number registered is 20 ; average attendance 11 ; average 
age 19. The students have made such rapid progress 
that a number of them are at the present time receiving 
dictation practice on business letters, the same being dic- 
tated at the rate of 75 words per minute. I would suggest 
that a certificate be issued to those students who, at the 
close of the school, are able to write 70 words per minute 
on new matter. If this were done it would encourage the 
students to do their best work and would also fix a value 
to the instruction. 

The students, in all departments, who have been regu- 
lar in attendance have been faithful in their work and the 
results more than justify the outlay. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. W. LOWE, Principal. 
To the Committe on Eveni7ig Schools of the Town of 
Hyde Park. 

I submit the following report : — 

From the time of writing the last report to April i the 
School manifested its usual marked improvement with the 
average number of pupils to the end of the term being 
good. 

On Oct. 28, the thirteenth term opened under its usual 
pleasing auspices, at which time fifty-two young and 
middle-aged men were enrolled, and this number 
increased until seventy-two names were on the roll, 
divided into three classes, as has been in former years, 
about forty of whom wished to enter the Elementary 
Class. To accommodate this large number (as there 
were not sufficient rooms or boards) your Committee ad- 
vised the adoption of another evening, which was so 
adopted, until the New Year vacation, at which time this 
class was divided into two classes, namely. Architectural 



.173 

and Mechanical ; these two classes are about equally di- 
vided and are each doing some excellent work, copies of 
which will be shown at the end of the term. These two 
classes meet on Mondays and Wednesdays. The advanc- 
ed classes, in the same class of work, meet on Wednes- 
days and Thursdays. These classes, while not so large, 
are doing some work which is a credit to them, and which 
we are in hopes to show at the end of the present term, 
about April i . 

The Brainard Milling Machine Company have loaned 
us some patterns to be used for models, for which mention 
should be made and thanks returned. 

Hoping this will convey some idea of the work done in 
the Evening Drawing School, I remain, 

E. C. TOURTELLOTTE, Instructor. 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

The Sub-Committee on Industrial Schools submit the 
following report of Mr. Webb as their report. 

R. M. JOHNSON, 
HELEN M. DEAN. 
To the Committee on Industrial School of the Town of 
Hyde Park. 
The School of Carpentry for boys opened July 9, 1895, 
and closed September 3. As in the previous year, a class 
was formed in the morning of pupils who had attended 
the school the year before, and a class in the afternoon for 
beginners. I am inclined to believe that the privilege of 
taking home such small articles as some of them succeed- 
ed in making, increased their enthusiasm, and consequent- 
ly a better attendance was obtained. Forty-eight boys 
applied and took lessons during the term, and the average 
daily attendance was twenty-six. 

Respectfully submitted. 

GEORGE E. WEBB. 



REPORT OF SCHOOLS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Pkincipal — Mr. Jere M. Hill. 

Sub-Master: Mk. Emerson Rice. Assistants: Miss Anna 

W. EdwxVrds, Miss anna M. Linscott, Mrs. 

Mary C. Howard, Mr. A. W. Lowe, Mr. 

E. Q. S. OoGOOD, Miss Alice G. Beede. 



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> D 

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c 

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1 



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6 


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January to June inclusive 

September to December inclusive 


202 
222 


197 
220 


187 
209 


95 
95 


96 

98.5 


42 

79 


65 
110 


29 
50 



Pupils not absent or tardy from January to June inclusive : Addie 
M. Le Bourveau, Edwin Suteraieister, Minnie G. Farwell, William S. 
Hartt, Harold W. Mason, Arthur H. Norris. Madge D, Tucker, Lulu 
M. Williams, Ellen E. Barker, Edward K. Judd, Frank K. Mitchell, 
David D. Murray, Walter B. Norris, George C. Willard. Albert Mac- 
kintosh, Kenneth Archibald, Florence Arentzen,. Nettie F, Blasdale, 
William Bradley, George L. Coleman, Edward K. Ellis, Chester W. 
Farwell, Daniel T. Felch, Harold C. Fish, George F. Fisk, Alice M. 
Hanscom, Herbert B. Norris, Harry E, Pring, Alice M. Wood. 

Pupils not absent or tardy from September to December inclusive : 
Elvera Bloom, Alice M. Brown, Maude C. Faulkner, William S. 
Hartt, Harold W. Mason, Joseph A. McDonough, Dwight B. Rich, 
Hattie C. Tyler, Lulu M. Williams, Ellen E. Barker, Edward K. 
Judd, Frank K. Mitchell, David D. Murray, Walter B. Norris, Ken- 
neth Archibald, Bertha J. Burgess, Grace E. Damon, Harold C. Fish, 
Arthur H. French. Alice M. Hanscoia. Alice M, Hersey, Carrie C. 
Higbee, Caroline E. Hodgdou, Elizabeth H. Middleton, Ethel M. Mil- 
ler, Gertrude S. Mitchell, Herbert B. Norris, EmmaC. Brown, Lillian 
1. Shattuck, Blanche M. Baldwin, Amy C. Blodgett, Hildur Bloom, 
Clement ('olesworthy, Hortense F. Fowle, Charles J. Graham, Alice 



176 

H. Haskell, Winnifred F. Hueptis, C. Mowry Lockwood, Patrick J. 
Manning, William G. Nunn, Florence M. Piper, Chester M. Withing- 
ton. Florence E. Worrick, Carleton A. Babb, Anna J. Barrae, Arthur 
A. Brown, Harold P. Faulkner, Alberta M. Gazan, Alice F. Renton, 
May Ward. 

Pupils not absent nor tardy during the year: William S. Hartt, 
Harold W Mason, Lulu M. Williams, Ellen E. Barker, Edward K. 
Judd, Frank K. Mitchell, David D. Murray, Walter B. Norris, Ken- 
neth Archibald, Chester W, Farwell, Harold C. Fish, Alice M. Hans- 
com, Herbert B. Norris. 



DAMON SCHOOL. 



January 1 

to June 30, 

1895. 



NAMES OF TEACHERS. 



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IX. 

X. 

XI. 

XII. 

Sept. 1 
to Dec. 31 
189.5. 
VI. 



VIII. 
IX. 
X. 
XI. 

xn. 



A. W. Arrastr'iio-, Mrs. 

E. de Senancour 

A. W. Armstr'ui;» Mrs. 

E. de Senancour 

Julia E. Donovan 

Grace M. Tuxbury 

Florence E. Barker, . . 
Dora F. Hastings 



A. W. Armstrons:, 
Mrs. E. de Senancour 

A. W. Arrastrono-, 
Mrs. E. de Senancour 

Julia E. Donovan 

Grace M. Tuxbury 

Florence Barker 

Dora F. Hastinors 



10 


9.2 


8.5 


92.5 


98.7 


3 


18 


15.4 


13.9 


90.3 


98.7 


2 


35 


30.9 


28.2 


91.2 


98.7 


] 


22 


18 


15.5 


86.1 


99 





18 


12 


10.9 


90 


98.4 





29 


26.6 


23.8 


85.7 


99.6 





34 


25.3 


23.1 


91 


99.3 





12 


9.4 


8.9 


94.6 


98.8 


1 


31 


29.5 


27.2 


93.2 


99.1 


,q 


33 


27.3 


26 


95.2 


99.5 


3 


17 


13.6 


13.1 


96.3 


98.4 





29 


26.6 


24.7 


92.7 


98.8 


5 


15 


13.6 


12.6 


92.6 


99.4 


4 


28 


24.7 


23.1 


93.8 


.99 


2 



4 

16 

9 

6 

16 

30 



18 
22 
12 
14 
9 
17 



PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE. 

First Term: — George Burby. Julia Murphy, Eobert Cochran, 
Henry Cogan, Alonzo^Dunbar, John McLeod, Fred Wood, John Don- 
ovan, Willie Hartnett, Gertrude Powers. 

Second Term : —George | Em by, Eobeit Cochran, Henry Cogan 



177 



Alonzo Dnnbar, Fred Wood, Werton Alden, Mabel Blood, Albert 
Blood, Gertrude Dunbar, Arthur Wood, Francis McKenna, Henry 
Burns, Willie Wheeler. 

Third Term:— Alonzo Dunqar, --Francis Mulvey, Michael Mack, 
Fred Wood, Bertha Dean, Gertrude Dnnbar, Catherine Riley, Louisa 
Dunbar, Agnes Dunn, Rosamond Woodworth, Walter Stewart, Wil- 
lie Smith, Francis Dunn. 



GREW SCHOOL. 













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to June 30, 

1895. 


NAMES OF TEACHERS. 


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V. 



VI. 

\T., VII. 

VII, VIII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

IX, X. 

X, XI. 
XI. 

XII. 

xn. 
Sept. 1 
to Dec. 31, 
1895. 
V. 

VI. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

VIII. IX. 

IX, X. 

IX, X. 

XI. 

XII. 

XII. 



Frank H. Dean. Eda 
Perry, Nellie J 

Wentworth 

Margaret A. Hanlon 
Margaret E. Bertram 
Blanche L. Bright 
Emma M. George. 
Adah F. Whitney. 
Fannie E. Harlow 
Agnes J. Campbell 
Nellie M. Howes . 

Jennie F. Ellis 

Bessie C. Sparrell 



Frank H. Dean, Eliza 
beth J. Strongman. 
Margaret A. Hanlon. 
Margaret E. Bertram 
Blanche L. Bright. 
Emma M. George. . 
AdahF. Whitney... 
Fannie E. Harlow. 
Agnes J. Campbell. 
Nellie M. Howes. . 

Jennie F. Ellis 

Bessie C. Sparrell. 



49 


45 


37 


81.5 


99 


3 


41 


38 


36 


94.5 


99 


1 


48 


45 


42 


93 


99 


1 


42 


41 


39 


93 


99 


6 


45 


42 


38 


91 


99.6 


6 


40 


37 


34 


92 


99 


4 


47 


45 


35 


77 


99 


4 


40 


39 


35 


90 


99.6 





40 


39 


35 


90 


99 


1 


66 


45 


40 


90 


98 


13 


64 


50 


40 


80 


98 





35 


34 


33 


96 


99 


8 


34 


33 


32 


97 


99 


11 


41 


39 


37 


95 


99 


11 


35 


34 


32 


95 


99 


5 


46 


43 


41 


95 


99 


9 


42 


40.5 


38 


94 


99 


3 


41 


39 


31 


79 


99 


3 


49 


46 


44 


97 


99 


8 


49 


48 


45 


94 


99 


9 


54 


50 


47 


94 


99 


6 


56 


52 


45 


86 


99 


2 



32 
31 
35 
26 
26 
34 
38 
26 
21 
33 
14 



30 
28 
29 
23 
24 
31 
33 
31 
37 
35 
36 



178 



PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENEANCE. 

First Term:— Harriet Hodgdon, Mattie Plummer, Edward Wil- 
liams, Frank Taylor, Eben Corson, Waldo Dodge, Ralph Jones, Lily- 
Benson, Gertrude Maguire. Bertha Stockwel), Belle Dunn, Cora 
Knapp, Fred Crowley, Herbert Hay ward, Edgar Holmes, John Olsen, 
Lewis Little, Irving Sibley, Bennie Wandlass, Webster Evans, Willie 
Lange, Lillian Schwab, Gertrude Will, John Towne, Charlie Lord, 
Ray Jordan, Albert Carter, Samuel Kershaw, Jennie Snellgrove, 
Helen Morgan. 

Second Term:— Emma Burgess, Mattie Plummer, Annie Peterson, 
Henry Edenborg, Willie Tooher, Thomas Buchan, Galen Hill, George 
Sanborn, Lily Benson, Helen Holtham, Florence Preston, Alice Wil- 
liams, Maria Parkhurst, Arthur Armstrong, David Burns, Henry 
Baessler, Harry Desmond, Edgar Holmes, George Jank, Fritz. Arm- 
strong, Arthur Hill, Edward Gwillim, Lewis Little, Harry Stackpole, 
Clarence Tucker, Willie Wells, Carl Stockbridge, Robert Beebe, 
Walter Drechler, Allen Hazard, Willie Lange, Irving Sibley, Bennie 
Wandlass, Marion Beal, Brida Holmes, Lillian Schwab, George 
Barry, Willie Costley, Walter White, Arthur Bibbins, Robert Gwil- 
lim, William Jank, Walter Schroeder, Martha Lange, Susie Rooney, 
Bertha Tourtellotte, Monroe Minnis, Ray Jordan, Edward Lowell, 
Angeline Creaser, Cordelia CMttick, Essie Marks, Alice Lowe, Mag- 
gie Downey, George Carter, Willie Geyer, Ray Howe, Paul McCaus- 
land, Cnester Tucker. 

Third Term:— Thomas Buchan, Frank Fraser, Galen Hill, Lewis 
Maley, George Sanborn, William Towle, Etta Crowell, Helen Bur- 
gess, Helen Holtham, Bertha Stockwell, Henry Baessler, Edward 
Gwillim, Edgar Holmes, Herbert Hayward, Gunnar Leufgren, John 
Post, Everett Tucker, Helen Aborn, Marion Lovering, Amy Rollins, 
Bertha Simmons, Annie Bess Williams, Fritz Armstrong, Arthur 
Hill, Lewis Little, Harry Stackpole, Clarence Tucker, Harrj- Des- 
mond, George Jank, John Olsen, Eugene Chittick, Allen Hazard, 
Irving Sibley, Rena Crowell, Brida Holmes, Anna Morgan, Ethel 
Smith, Bennie Wandlass, George Barry, Willie Boettcher, Ernest 
Dawson, Harold Lingham, Walter White, Miriam Loder, Mary Part- 
ridge, Madison Jordan, Pearl Sproul, Annie Voigt, Annie Kupkie, 
Charles Mitchell, Willie Geyer, Merrill Hill, Fred Kappler, Ella 
Wetherbee, Gladys Sproul, Mabel Morgan, Margaret Downey, George 
Carter, Clifford Post, Samuel Schwab, Mary Morgan. 

PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR. 

Edgar Holmes, Lewis Little, Irving Sibley, Bennie Wandless. 



179 
GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 



January 1 

to June 30, 

1895. 



NAMES OF TEACHERS. 



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VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

XI. 

XII. 

Sept. 1 
to Dec. 31, 
1895 
V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

XI. 

IX. X. 

X. 

XI. 

XII. 



Daniel G. Thompson, 

Cora J. Bilker 

Frances A. Putnam... 

Minnie L. Butland 

Sarah E. Koome 

Emily Woods 

Alma E. Batchelder. . . 
Elizabeth B. Freeman. 

Evelyn S. Howes 

Lena B. "Winter 

Ella J. Brown 



Daniel G. Thompson, 
Frances A. Fiituam. 

Minnie L. Butland 

Sarah E. Roome 

Emily Woods 

Alma E. Batchelder. . . 

Gertrude L. Tllden . . . 

Elizabeth B. Freeman 

Margaret L. Wyman. . 

F. Mabel Winslow.... 
Vyra L. Tozier 

Ella J. Brown 

Isabel H. Murray- •• 



35 


33.3 


31.6 


95 


99.9 


4 


42 


41.1 


36.6 


89.3 


99.6 


8 


i7 


43.1 


40.8 


94.7 


99.5 


6 


41 


41 


38.4 


93.7 


99.8 


3 


40 


37.3 


35 


93.9 


99.7 


6 


45 


38.5 


36.3 


94 


99.8 


7 


58 


52.8 


50.5 


95.5 


99.9 


2 


47 


44 


40.5 


92 


99.4 


4 


69 


52.5 


48 


91.4 


99.2 




43 


38.3 


35.6 


93 


98.8 


2 


44 


42.6 


39.9 


93.7 


99.6 


15 


47- 


45.9 


44.3 


96.5 


99.8 


5 


49 


46 


45 


97.8 


99.7 


15 


58 


53 


50.6 


95.5 


99.8 


12 


45 


42.2 


40.2 


95.2 


99.7 


9 


41 


37 


35 


94.6 


99.9 


11 


40 


38 5 


37.6 


97.7 


99.9 


12 


47 


41.2 


39 


94.6 


99.9 


8 


37 


27.4 


27.4 


90.1 


97.5 


3 


40 


38 


35.2 


92.6 


99.5 


1 



34 
29 

28 
24 
19 
20 
48 
18 

23 



34 
40 
38 
40 
25 
29 
36 
28 

12 

27 



PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE. 

First Term : — Lillian Albee, Frances Fowle, Grace Fuller, Edwin 
Halden, Berthilde Jonbert, Cornelius Spaans, Fred Tilden, John 
Bryce, Henry Cook, Charles Cahill, Andrew Fisher, Everett Hiller, 
George Stowers, Edgar Waters, Laura Corbett, Edwin Cameren, 
Philip Crocker, Kenneth Elwell, Arthur Strout, Norman Clogston, 
Roy Whittemore, Elsie Greenwood, William Chandler, Bessie Gunn, 
liaura Gerry, Walter Gallup, Marion Rogers, Carl Stowers, Burnhani 
Stowers, Finlay Bryce, Emma Chandler, Eva Davenport, Elsie Dow- 
nie, Josephine Kiander, Franlc Gunn, Charles Norwood, Arthur 
Savage, Foster Cass, Roberta Kraus, James Cass. 

Second Term : — Charles Arentzen, Anna Barme, Alden Bradford, 



180 

Frances Fowle. Grace Fuller, Ivalieu Sartwell, Wilbert Williams' 
Norman Clogston, Plilip Crooker, Florence Annis, Jolin Brj'ce, 
Edna Brundage, Eben Brown, Florence Bradford, Henry Cook, Clyde 
Countway, Harold Coan. Raymond Coan, Andrew De Young, Ger- 
trude Fisher, Andrew Fisher, Ida Gates, Louis Heydacker, Everett 
Hiller, Lulu Hiller, Margaret Holzer, Barron Kenison, Wra. Neilson, 
Charles Perry, Emma Ray, George Stowers, Fred Townsend, Robert 
Topham, Edgar Waters, George Carlton, Kenneth Elwell, Arthur 
Stowers, William Wood, Josephine Bod well, Laura Corbett, Grace 
Brown, William Chandler, Mark Clogston, Chii^tiana Stevens, Elmer 
Day, Lucile Gravestein, Bessie Guun, Albert Holzer, Joseph Stowers. 
Helen Courtney, Philip Fuller. Laura Googins, George Greenlaw, 
Elsie Greenwood, Nellie Langley, Ethel Palmer. Warren Haskell, 
James Leadbetier, Daniel McCarty, Colin McKenzie, Marion Rog- 
ers, Chester Rausch, Patience Woodward, William Anderson, Arthur 
Anderson, Clement Bradley, Emma Chandler, Elsie Downie, Ethel 
Holbrook, Josephine Kiander, Edith Waters, Frank Gunn, Charles ^ 
Norwood, May Neilson, Jennie Lockman, Emily Holzer, Ralph 
Strout, Willie Corbett, Hattie Drought, Clara Grant, Roberta Kraus, 
Hazel Rhodes, Lina Snellgrove, Foster Cass, George McLean, Lizzie 
McLean. 

Third Term :—Goldie Annis, John Bryee, Eben Brown, Charles 
Cahill, Leon Day, Andrew De Young, Gertrude Fisher, Miriam Fish- 
er, Everett Hiller, Lulu Hiller, Margaret Holzer, George Stowers. 
Edgar Waters, Andrew Fisher, Norman Clogston, Andrew Corbett, 
Kenneth Elwell, Arthur Stowsrs, Roy Whittemore, William Wood, 
Josephine Bodwell, Laura Corbett, Elsie Greenwood, Nellie Langley, 
Ethel Palmer, George Corbett, Helen Courtney, Philip Fuller, Geo. 
Greenlaw, Chester Rausch, Buraham Stowers, Carl Stowers. Grace 
Brown, Chester Howe, Lucile Gravestein, Bessie Gunn. William An- 
derson, Finlay Bryce, Elsie Downie, Laura Googins, Lizzie Griggs, 
Charles Griofgs, Walter Gallup, Charles Gallup, Josephine Kiander, 
Helen Mclntyre, Charles Norwood, Ralph Strout, Charles Lauppe, 
George Kenny, Florence Greenlaw, Marie Lauppe, Mary Mogan, 
Grace Brown, Allan Cameron, James Cass, Foster Cass, Willie Cor- 
bett, Clara Grant, Frank Gunn, Roberta Kraus, Ralph Mathias, Ches- 
ter McVitae, Harry Peck, Charles Stowers, Bernard Courtney, Llew- 
ellyn Cotton, Leroy Dowley, Jessie Grant, Sydney Ludlam, Harry 
Lord, Arthur Savage, Lillian Lockman, May Bryce, Lillian Camp- 
bell, Thomas Cass, Joseph Stowers. 



181 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 



January 1 
to June 30, 

1895. 



NAME OF TEACHER. 



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VI. 
VII. 
VIII. 

IX. 
X. 
XI. 

XII. A 
XII. B 

Sept. 1 
to Dec, 31, 

1895. 



VI. 
VII. 
VIII. 
IX. 
X. 
XI. 

XII. A 
XII. B 



Edward W. Cross "l 
Helen P. Cleaves j 

Margarita G. Roe 

Hattie E. Henry 

Mattie P. Winchen- 

bangb 

M. Edith LeBonrveau 

Haltie E. Packard 

Jennie S. Hammond . 

Helen A. Perr\' 

Helen 0. Thompson. . . 



Edward W. Cross... \ 

Helen P. Cleaves j 

Mattie P. Winchenb'h 

Rosa M. Moirell 

M. Edith LeBonrveau 
Nettie M. Farnsworth 

Hattie F. Packard 

Jennie S. Hammond.. 

Helen A. Perry 

Helen 0. Thompson . . . 



28 


25.6 


23 


23 


46 


42 


49 


45 


48 


46 9 


48 


45.7 


45 


41 


54 


47.5 


70 


51.3 


24 


21.8 


32 


30 


53 


47.2 


55 


47 


49 


46.4 


48 


45 


42 


38.7 


49 


44 


56 


48 



24.6 

22 
39.3 

41.5 
45.2 
41.9 

38 

43.8 

44 



21.2 

28.8 
45.8 
45.9 
43.5 
43 
37.3 
41.3 
40.5 



96.2 

95 
92.5 

92.2 
96.4 
91.9 
92.6 
92.2 
85.9 



97.2 

96 
97 
97.8 
93.7 
95.7 
96.5 
93.8 
84.3 



99.7 


5 


99.5 


2 


99.1 


14 


99.3 


3 


94.3 


3 


99.7 


4 


99.9 


3 


99.5 





99.6 





99.7 


7 


99.7 


-8 


99.4 


7 


98 2 


15 


99.5 


4 


99.5 


10 


99.9 


8 


99.5 


5 


99.8 


5 



24 

15 
30 

31 
37 
27 
30 
39 
59 



20 

27 
39 
37 
41 
35 
29 
44 
45 



PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE. 

First Term:— Amy C. Blodgett, Charles J. Graham, Winnifred 
Heustis, Sarah A. KelleJ^. Florence M. Piper, Marie C. Ramseyer, 
Florence Sumner, Chester M. Withington, Edith E. Worrick, Fied 
French, Edith McKenna, Snsie Kelley, Stanley Miller, Alice Piper. 
Clara Noyes, Fred Smith, Carrie Higgins, Harvey Wasserboehr, 
Priscilla Alden, George Cunningham, Harry Hinds, Minna Hope, 
Alace Graham, Kenneth McAskill, Archie Scrivens, Joseph Guinazzo, 
J. Walter Scott, Thomas Sweeney, John Tileston, Mabel Fratus, 
Daniel Mahony. John Scrivens, Idelle Tileston, Alice Crumett, 
John Fratus, Wallace Gibson, Maggie Keane, Harry Kelley, Wel- 
lington Stuart, Malinda Tiugley, Marguerite Wheeler, Grace Alexan- 
der, Annie Bonney, Edwin Fish, Walter Henderson, Robert Hender- 



182 

son, John Smith, Josephine Was^erboehr, Arthur Wheeler John 
Aldeu, Maude Cross, Faustina Davis, Gertrude Kelley, Eddie Mc- 
Neal, George Rose, Bradford Jones, Annie Scott, Warren Withing 
ton. 

Second Terra :— Carleton A. Babb, Amy C. Blodgett, Hildur S. 
Bloom. Charles J. Graham, Winnif'red F. Heustis, William R. Millar, 
Marie C. Ramseyer, Alex. L. Stockwell, Chester Withington, Robei-t 
Fiske, Stanley Miller, Morton Frost, Clara Noyes, Alice Hackett, 
Louis Weld, Gertrude Cox, George Cunningham, Mary Ellis, Minna 
Hope, Hattie Lailor, Bessie Scott, Alice Ryan, Lincoln Rice, Archie 
Scrivens, Stanley Tappan, Annie Peterson, Joseph Guinazzo, J. 
Walter Scott, Robert Vose White, Lottie Weston, Herbert Scott, Fred 
Robinson, Dean Preston, John McKenna, Arthur Crowe, Willie 
Haigb. Agnes Cunningham, Kate Naugnane, Mabel Hamilton, Mil- 
dred Rogers, Burt Robinson, Norman Scott, Annie Bonney, Edwin 
Fish, Willie Lailor, Grace Wardsworth, Arthur Wheeler, John Alden, 
Ida Boyuton, Maude Cross, Walter Heustis, Grin Hutchins, Lizzie 
Tingley, Willie Mahony, Loring Bates, Frank Finn, Ruth Kendall, 
Bradford Jones, Gwendalin Powers, Annie Scott, John Scrivens, 
Mamie Walsh, Warren Withington, Kenneth McAskill. 

Third Term :— Robert C. Fiske, Fred French, Amelia S. Hathaway, 
Susie Kelley, Alice M. Hackett, Stanley R. Millar, Clara Nojes, 
Ethel Faulkner, Susie Tower, Artie Kendall, Susie Wood, Bertha 
Mooar, Annie Bonney, John Sweeney, Mabel Roberts, Mabel Hamil- 
ton, Reaben Hamilton, Louisa Hall, Cassie Keane, Michal Pazzcni, 
Mildred Scrivens, Roy Perry, John Alden, Ida Boynton, Joseph 
Hutchings, Alice Mackenna, Ralph Thompson, Harriet Wasserboehr, 
Warren Haskell, Gertrude Cox, Marj' Ellis, Grace Faulkner, Alice 
Graham, Minna Hope, Bessie Millar, Miriam Preston, Alice Ryan, 
Archie Scrivens, Mary Thompson, Ethel Gibson, Prescott Haywood, 
August Preston, Herbert Scott, Walter Scott, John Tileston, Earl 
Williams, 

PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR. 

Stanley Miller. John Alden, Annie Bonney, Alice Graham, Archie 
Scrivens, Minna Hope, Kenneth McAskill, Edna Gibson, Walter 
Scott, Wallace Gibson, Harry Hall. 



183 



BUTLER SCHOOL. 



January 1, 
to June 30, 

1895. 



NAME OF TEACHER. 





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^ a 


a =« 




II 

05 




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Ph p. 


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XI. 
XII. 

Sept. 1 
to Dec. 31, 

1894. 

XI ; 

XII. 



Ella J. Brown... 
Grace B. Giduey. 

Grace B. Giclnej\ 
Grace B. Giclney. 



12.5 


11.5 


94 


99.4 


1 


20.5 


18 


87 


99.2 


2 


14 


12 


88 


99 


5 


21.5 


19 


90 


99.4 


2 



3 
16 



12 



PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE. 

First Term :— Ella E. Gerry, Winslow Stowers. 

Second Term :— Laura F. Crudginton, Jane MacKenzie, Gertrude 
VV. Greenlaw, Winslow Stowers, George S. Anderson. 

Third Term :— Josephine Fisher, George S. Anderson, Edith M. 
Anderson. 



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