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THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT 

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RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK 



REPORTS OF THE SELECTMEN, TRUSTEES OF THE 

PUBLIC LIBRARY, SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 

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HYDE PARK: 

Press of The Hyde Park Gazette, 

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OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK 

For the Year Ending March 4, 1901. 



SELECTMEN AND SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS : 

FRANK B. RICH (Chairman), EDWARD Q. DYER, 

FRED Y. FRENCH, JOHN JOHNSTON, 

ALONZO W. DUNBAR. 

ASSESSORS : 

THOMAS E. FAUNCE (Chairman), GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, 

FRANK GREENWOOD. 



TOWN CLERK : 

HENRY B. TERRY. 



TOWN TREASURER : 

HENRY S. BUNTON. 



OVERSEERS OF THE POOR 

CHARLES LEWIS (Chairman), 

GEORGE E. HAVEN, 

GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, . . . 



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BOARD OF HEALTH : 

WILLIAM W. SCOTT, .... 
W1LLARD S. EVERETT (Chairman), 
EDWIN C FARWELL, 

COLLECTOR OF TAXES : 

GEORGE SANFORD. 



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SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

CHARLES G CHICK, 

WILBUR H. POWERS, 

WILLIAM G COLES WORTHY, 

ANDREW WASHBURN, 

EDWARD S. FELLOWS, 

FRANK F. COURTNEY, 

ELLA F. BOYD, 

SAMUEL T. ELLIOTT, . 

EDWARD I. HUMPHREY (Chairman), 



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SUPERINTENDENT OP SCHOOLS : 

FRANK O. DRAPER. 



AUDITORS : 

PAUL R. RADFORD, CALVIN P. FELLOWS, 

HOWARD S. THOMPSON. 



TRUSTEES O^ THE PUBLIC 

CHARLES F. JENNEY, 
AMOS H. BRAINARL), . 

JOHN W. GRIFFIN 

EDWARD S. HAYVVARD, . : 
HENRY B. MINER, (Chairman) . 
JAMES R. CORTHELL, 

G. FRED GRIDLEY 

FREDERICK L. JOHNSON, . 
CHARLES G. CHICK 



LIBRARY : 

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CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS 

GEORGE E. WHITING, . 

CHARLES b\ JENNEY 

CLARENCE U. MEIGGS (Chairman), . . 



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PARK COMMISSIONERS 

LAWSON B. BIDWELL, x . 

WILBUR H. POWERS, 

JOHN J. ENNEK1NG (Chairman), 



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BOARD OF SEWER COMMISSIONERS: 



CHARLES HALEY, 

DAVID PERKINS (Chairman), 

WILLIAM U. FAIRBAIRN, . 



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CONSTABLES : 



JOHN M. BROWN, 
DANIEL O'CONNELL, 
WILLIAM W. SCOTT, 
ALEXANDER SCHWAB, 



FRED C. BTGELOW, 
ROBERT E. GRANT, 
JAMES A. CULLEN, 
ELMER P. RUNNELLS, 



JOHN J. HARRINGTON. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT: 

JOHN C. McDOUGALD, 
JOHN H. WETHERBEE, > 
WILLIS G. ROBINSON < 



Chief Engineer. 
Assistant Engineers. 



SELECTMEN'S REPORT. 

Fellow Citizens of Hyde Park : 

The Board of Selectmen present the following as then- 
report for the year euding January 31, 1901 : 

FINANCE. 

The funded debt of the town January 31, 1900, was as 

follows : 

School Buildings bonds, $ 8,000 

Sewerage bonds, 140,000 

Tublic Library Building bonds, 23,000 



$171,000 
During the year, in addition to the interest payment, the 
town has paid $9000 of the above bonds. As no new 
bonds were issued in the year the total funded debt has 
been reduced to $162,000 January 31, 1901. 

No money was appropriated in 1900 to be paid for in 1901. 
One year ago the debt, in anticipation of sewer assess- 
ments, was $25,000; this is still'outstanding. 

The State tax for 1900 was $5130, the same as in the 
previous year. 

The County tax was $8397.32, an increase over 1899, 
when it was $8142.46. 

The tax rate for 1900 was $17.80 per thousand, compared 
with $20 per thousand for 1899. 

METROPOLITAN ASSESSMENTS. 
These assessments have become a very important annual 
item in our financial affairs. 

In 1900 the town paid in State assessments as follows : 
South Metropolitan Sewerage, $ 6,550 70 

Metropolitan Water, 1,044 44 

Readville Grade Crossings, 11,147 76 

$18,742 90 



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HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. 

For Superintendent of Streets the Selectmen reappointed 
Mr. Henry M. Phipps, who had served the town for several 
years. 

He tendered his resignation in August, which was ac- 
cepted by the Board, and Mr. Clarence G. Norris, for many 
years a resident of this town, was appointed to the position. 

He has rendered efficient service and given o^eneral satis- 
faction. The department is in good condition. For details 
of the work see the Superintendent's Report on another 
page. 

No new streets were accepted by the town during the 
past year. 

The appropriation for this department was $18,000. 

BRIDGES. 

On account of the new bridges at Readville the repairs 
necessary for the maintenance of our bridges are larger 
than formerly, and in the future they will need constant 
attention and outlay. * 

In the past year about $1200 was expended in this work 
at Readville, Fairmount avenue, Bridge street and Metro- 
politan avenue. 

STREET WATERING. 

The town appropriated for this purpose $4500, being 
$1000 more than the previous year. 

An additional cart was purchased, making six in use dur- 
ing the past summer. They are all in good repair. 

This department was under the direction of the Superin- 
dent of Streets. 

STREET LIGHTS. 

For the street lighting service the town appropriated 
$10,000 and voted to add four arc and three incandescent 
lights, which we have done, making a total of 135 arc and 



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74 incandescent lights now furnished the town under the 
ten-year contract with the Hyde Park Electric Light Com- 
pany. 

A few oil lamps are still used in the Clarendon Hills 
district. 

We granted the application of the Dedham and Hyde 
Park Gas and Electric Light Company to temporarily fur- 
nish the town, free of charge, with three incandescent gas 
lamps to illustrate their method of street lighting. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

The Selectmen reappointed as Engineers of the Eire 
Department the Board of the previous year, John C. 
McDougald, John H. Wetherbee and Willis G. Robinson, 
who have managed the affairs of the department very cred- 
itably. 

In June the town appropriated $1800 for repairs and 
alterations on the Central Fire Station. The Selectmen 
have carried out the vote of the town. The work is now 
complete and was done within the appropriation. The 
building is now in good condition. 

FIRE HYDRANT SERVICE. 
The number of hydrants furnished the town under 
the ten-year contract with the Hyde Park Water Company 
is 183, the same as stated in the last Town Report, none 
having been added during the year. The cost of this ser- 
vice was $5675. By vote of the town it was paid from the 
amount received for Corporation and National Bank Taxes. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 
The Board reappointed Chief of Police Daniel O'Connell 
and the following patrolmen: John M. Brown, J. A. 
Cullen, Fred C. Bigelow, Alexander Schwab, Elmer P. 
Runnells and Michael J. Maguire, all of whom have ren- 
dered the town o-ood and faithful service. The town 



appropriated $8800 for this department. The report of the 
Chief will be found on another page. 

ACTIONS AT LAW. 

Emily R. Hawes v. Town of Hyde Park. Petition for 
damages tor the draining of petitioner's well by the con- 
struction of a sewer on Dana Avenue. See previous annual 
reports. This case was settled just before going to press, 
upon payment of $100. 

The petitions brought in 1898 by George S. Lee, trustee, 
George S. Lee, administrator, Lola B. Page, and the Real 
Estate and Building Co., as described in previous annual 
reports, for damages caused by relocating and changing 
grade of Hyde Park Avenue, are pending. 

The petitions by Charles F. Allen, et al, trustees, for 
damages to premises at the corner of Fairmount Avenue 
and Beacon Street, and by Elizabeth S. Coleman for dam- 
ages to premises between Beacon Street and the Neponset 
River, both growing out of the sewer construction, more 
fully described in the last annual report, are still pending 
before Charles A. Williams, Esq., as auditor. 

The land damage cases brought by Washburn, Eustis, 
Hurter," and Bursch, occasioned by the taking by the Sewer 
Commissioners, under the Sewer Act, in which damages 
were awarded by the auditor as set forth in the last annual 
report, were tried in the Superior Court at the last spring 
term, and the jury returned verdicts for the petitioners as 
hereinafter stated. The following shows the respective 
findings of auditor and jury in each case, being the esti- 
mated damages at the date of taking, July 15, 1897. 
Interest runs from that date. 

Auditor's Finding. Jury Finding. 
Jennie F. Hurter, $3000 $1900 

Eliza G. Washburn, 2200 1508 

Mary M. Bursch, 700 425 

Mary A. Eustis, 1200 4u0 



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The town was and is ready to accept the verdicts, but 
the petitioners filed exceptions, which have not yet been 
allowed. 

Of the fifty-one petitions for land damages growing out 
of the abolishment of grade crossings, more fully described 
in previous annual reports, eleven have been disposed of 
since the last annual report (making thirty-two settled in 
all), two have been carried to the Supreme Judicial Court, 
one of which is still pending : total number now pending, 
nineteen. 

Mary Gallagher v. Town of Hyde Park. Action of tort 
for $4000, more fully described in last annual report, to 
recover for personal injuries caused by alleged defect in the 
sidewalk on East River Street, growing out of the sewer 
construction. The case has been settled for $750. The 
liability was assumed and paid by the contractor, and the 
town thereby saved harmless. 

Seventeen cases against the town, entered in March and 
April, 1898, were brought in different courts by laborers in 
the employ of the Boston Construction Company, in conse- 
quence of the contract of the town with the Construction 
Company. These suits have all been settled, the last one 
in November last. The total amount paid by the town in 
settlement of these suits was $591.44. By agreement with 
the Construction Company, this amount was charged *to the 
company's account with the town. These cases have not 
been referred to in any previous annual report. 

A petition was brought by William B. de las Casas et 
al, Metropolitan Park Commissioners, dated March 27, 
1900, and returnable to the Supreme Judicial Court for 
Suffolk County June, 1900, for appointment of commis- 
sioners to determine payment by cities and towns under 
Acts of 1899, chapter 419. 

Iu pursuance of this petition, Hons. Charles Francis 



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Adams, Thomas M. Stetson, and John C. Hammond were 
appointed commissioners by the Supreme Court last June to 
determine the proportions in which each of the cities and 
towns in the Metropolitan Park District (thirty-nine in all) 
should annually pay into the treasury of the Commonwealth, 
beginning with January 1, 1900, and continuing for five 
years. This assessment is made to provide the amount 
required to meet the expense of the Metropolitan Park 
Board in the care, maintenance, and operation of the parks, 
boulevards, and works incidental thereto, as set forth in the 
Act referred to. The Apportionment Commission held its 
hearings in August and September, 1900, heard all inter- 
ested parties, filed their award September 11, 1900. The 
percentage proportion of the expense assessed by the com- 
missioners to Hyde Park was as follows : — 

Under Chapter 419, Acts of 1899, - - .00761 

Under Chapter 464 " - - .0074578 

The finding is satisfactory to Hyde Park, but was 
opposed by Brookline, Newton, Cambridge, and other 
wealthy municipalities. x 

The towns of Brookline and Westwood appealed from 
the decree confirming the award of the Apportionment 
Commission to the full bench of the Supreme Judicial 
Court, where a hearing was held in November last; but as 
yet no decision has been rendered. 

FRANK B. RICH, 
FRED Y. FRENCH, 
EDWARD Q. DYER, 
JOHN JOHNSTON, 
ALONZO W. DUNBAR, 

Selectmen of Hyde Park. 
January 31, 1901. 



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



The following statement shows*z?i a condensed form the 
action of the town on the various articles which have been 
before it for consideration the past year. 



March 5, 1900. The annual meeting for choice of town 
officers was held in Waverly Hall; no other business was 
transacted. The number of votes received for each person 
voted for at this election was as follows : 



Selectmen and Surveyors 


of 




Assessors. 




Highways. 














* 


George W. Chapman, 


934 


William C. Deagle, 


198 


* 


Thomas E. Faunce, 


905 


Kirk W. Dodge, 


231 


* 


Frank Greenwood, 


768 


* Alonzo W. Dunbar, 


926 




Joseph J. Houston, 


758 


* Edward Q. Dyer, 


912 




William E. Keane, 


143 


* Fred Y. French, 


968 








* John Johnston, 


848 




Overseer of the Poor. 




James F. Pring, 


783 








* Frank B. Rich, 


1057 


* 


Charles Lewis, 


1093 


Town Clerk. 


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Auditors. 




* Henry B. Terry, 


1232 




William J Downey, 


452 






* 


Calvin P. Fellows, 


961 


Town Treasurer. 














* 


Paul R. Radford, 


1095 


* Henry S. Bunton, 


1225 


* 


Howard S. Thompson, 


885 


Collector of Taxes. 






Board of Health. 




Edwin C. Farwell, 


496 








* George San ford, 


839 . 


* 


William W. Scott, 


896 


Albert E. Tibbetts, 


69 




James T. Tibbetts. 


386 



* Declared elected. 



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School Committe 

* Charles G. Chick, 1123 

* William G. Colesworthy, 1045 

* Wilbur H. Powers, 1106 

Trustees of the Public Library. 

* Amos H. Brainard, 1053 

* John W. Griffin, 1026 

* Charles F. Jenney, 1098 

Trustee of the Public I/brary. 
i year (to fill vacancy) 

* Charles G. Chick, 1119 

Park Commissioner. 

* Lawson B. Bidwell, 1085 

Sewer Commissioner. 

* Charles Haley, 928 





Constable s- 






Robert E. Bennett, 


401 


* 


Fred C. Bigelow, 


771 


* 


John M. Brown. 


873 


* 


James A. Cullen, 


761 


* 


Robert E. Grant, 


771 


* 


John J. Harrington 


• 570 




Warren W. Kenney, 


264 




Owen McMahon, 


379 




George O. MonteDa, 


401 


* 


Daniel O'Connell, 


864 


* 


Elmer P. Runnells, 


660 




Peter M. Sanna, 


169 


* 


Alexander Schwab, 


788 


* 


William W. Scott, 


834 




Samuel L. Smith, 


460 



The vote on (be two questions submitted to the meeting was as 
follows : 

"Will the town accept Chapter 344 of the Acts of the year 
1899?" [To make eight hours a clay's work for city and town 
employes.] Yes 859 ; No 390. 

"Shall licenses be granted for the sale of intoxicating liquors in 
this town? " Yes 547 ; No 836. 

The following were chosen, by viva voce vote, to the office set 
against their names : 

Hiram J. Townsend, Tree Warden. 

Bartholomew B. KivlitO 

Jeremiah Corbett, > Fence Viewers. 

Andrew D. Kooney, ) 

Bartholomew B. Kivlin, ^ 
■f George H. Foley, > Field Drivers. 

William Riley, ) 

Bartholomew B. Kivlin, Pound Keeper. 

Adjourned at 10.40 P. M. 



March 28, 1900, a town meeting was held in Waverly 
Hall, when the following articles were acted upon : 



* Declared elected. f Refused to accept tfcie office. 



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

James E. Cotter, Esq., was chosen moderator. 

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

The list was amended and accepted. 

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

Report made and accepted. 

Art. 4. To see what disposition the town will make of 
the money received from dog licenses for the year 1899. 

To the public library for purchase of new books. 

Art. 5. To see if the town will vote that, hereafter, 
the tree warden shall be chosen by ballot. 

Voted to so choose the tree warden. 

Art. 6. To see if the town will appropriate 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, tor the 
purpose of constructing or repairing public ways. 

So appropriated. 

Art. 7. 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 
payment of the fire hydrant service of the town. 

So appropriated. 

Art. 8. 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. 



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Art. 9. To see if the town will authorize its Treasurer, 
with the approval of the Selectmen, to borrow money to 
renew or replace any loan or loans. 

So authorized. 

Art. 10. To see what compensation the town will vote 
to pay for collecting its taxes and other assessments levied 
the current municipal year. 

Same as last year, $1500. 

Art. 11. To fix the salaries of the town officers for the 
current municipal year. 

Selectmen, $200 each ; Assessors, $300 each ; Overseers of the 
Poor, $150 each; Town Clerk, $250 ; Town Treasurer, $500 ; Board 
of Health, $100 each; Auditors, $25 each; Cemetery Commissioners, 
$50 each; and Sewer Commissioners, $100 each. 

Art. 12. To determine what compensation shall be 
allowed the Clerk of the Board of Sewer Commissioners for 
the ensuing year. 

$600, same as last year. 

Art. 13. "To see wiiat compensation the town will vote 
to pay the Secretary of the Board of Assessors, and for ex- 
tra clerical services for the Board for the current municipal 
year." 

$250 voted for this purpose. 

Art. 14. To fix the compensation of the engineers and 
the several members of the fire department for their ser- 
vices the current municipal year. 

Same as last year: Chief Engineer, $150; Assistants, $75 each; 
"Permanent" Men, $700 each ; "Call" Men, $75 each. 

Art. 15. To see what discount the town will vote to 
allow on all taxes paid on or before October 1, 1900; and 
what interest the town will vote to charp-e on taxes for the 
current year when the same shall be overdue. 

No discount allowed ; Interest at rate of five per cent, per annum 
on overdue taxes. 



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Art. 16. To see if the town will appropriate two hun- 
dred dollars to Post 121, Grand Army of the Republic, for 
the expense of decorating the graves of deceased soldiers. 

So appropriated. 

Art. 17. "To see what sum the town will appropriate 
for the celebration of the Fourth of July, 1900." 
Iadefinately postponed. 

Art. 18. To see if the town will authorize its Select- 
men to contract with the Hyde Park Electric Light Co. for 
the remainder of the term of our Street Lighting contract, 
for street lights to be placed as follows : One incandescent 
light on Sunnyside Avenue ; two incadescent lights on Mas- 
sasoit Street ; one arc light on Park Street ; one arc light 
on Westminster Street near Providence Street, and two arc 
lights in the Rugby District. 

So authorized. 

Art. 19. To see if the town will vote to repair the 

Central Fire Station, and appropriate money therefor. 

Messrs. Charles Haley, David Perkins and Warren W. Hilton 
were appointed a committee to consider the subject matter ot this 
article and report to town at a lutnre meeting. 

Art. 20. "To see if the town will instruct the Board of 
Health to collect home and store dirt, and see what amount 
they will appropriate for the same." 

$2500 placed at disposal of the Board of Health for this purpose. 

Art. 21. To see if the "town will direct its Selectmen 
to prepare a division of the town into convenient voting 
precincts, as provided by the Acts of 1898, chap. 548, and 
all amendments thereto." 

Indefinately postponed. 

Art. 22. To see what amount the town will vote to 
raise by taxation, to meet the expenses of the town the 
current year, the deficiences of last year, and the notes and 



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bonds of the town maturing the present year, and how the 

same shall be appropriated. 

Voted to raise by taxation the current year the sum of one hun- 
dred fifty-three thousand three hundred thirty-five dollars, and to 
appropriate the same as follows : 

Support of Schools, 

For Salaries and Fuel, $39,000 

Incidentals, 3,800 

Text Books and Supplies, 3,200 

Evening Schools, 700 

Industrial and Vacation Schools, 200 

. — $46,900 

For Bonds and Notes Maturing, 9,000 

Interest, 10,000 

Highways. 18,000 

Street Watering, 45,000 

Incidentals, 11,000 

Police, 8,800 

Fire Department, 10,450 

Overseers of Poor, 8.000 

Street Lights, 10,000 

Public Library, 3,80o 

Salaries, * 5,585 

Board of Health, 4,000 

G. A. B. Post, 200 

Insurance, 600 

Bemoval of "Home and Store dirt," 2,500 



$153,335 

Art. 23. To hear the reports of any outstanding com- 
mittees, and act thereon. 

The Committee appointed Mar. 29, 1899, to consider the sugges- 
tions made by the Auditors in the town report for the year ending 
January 31, 1899, reported in writing. The Committee made the 
following recommendations : — 

"We would suggest and recommend that the auditors 
have full and free access to all books and vouchers of 
all departments at any and all times during the year. 
The large amount of money raised and expended may 
make it necessary at no distant day to have a full-time 



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auditor. Your Committee are of the opinion it would 
be better to-day to have one or two auditors and pay a 
reasonable sum for the large amount of work performed. 
We think favorably of the recommendation made by the 
auditors, that a full list of all unpaid taxes be published 
in each annual town report. We also suggest that the 
names and amounts of all abatements of taxes made by 
the assessors during the current year be printed each 
year in the town report. This abating of taxes, and 
especially poll taxes, seems to be alarmingly on the 
increase." 
Voted that the part of this report which relates to publishing the 

names of persons whose taxes have been abated be "indefinitely 

postponed.' 1 

Voted to accept the report and its recommendations except as to 

abatement of taxes. 

. Art. 24. To see what action the town will take on the 
recommendations of the Auditors as set forth in the last 
"town report." 

Indefinitely postponed. 

Art. 25. 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 $125,000. 
Adjourned at 9.27 P. M. 



On June 27, 1900, a town meeting was held in Waverly 
Hall when the following articles were acted upon : 

Art. 1. To choose a moderator to preside at said 
meeting;. 

Charles G. Chick, Esq., was chosen moderator by ballot. 

Art. 2. "To see if the town will authorize and instruct 
its cemetery commissioners to convey to the Hyde Park 
Firemen's Relief Association, for a nominal consideration, 
a suitable lot in Fairview Cemetery for burial purposes." 

So authorized and instructed. 



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Art. 3. To hear the report of the committee appointed 
March 28, 1900, to consider the subject-matter of repairs 
on the central fire station, to act thereon, and to see if the 
town will appropriate a sum not exceeding $2000 for such 
repairs and alterations as said committee may suggest. 

Report made by Charles Haley, Chairman, recommending certain 
repairs and alterations. Report accepted and its recommendations 
adopted. $1800 appropriated therefor, the same to be taken from 
money now on hand, received from County of Norfolk on account of 
widening Hyde P irk avenue. 

Art. 4. To see if the town will authorize its selectmen 
to purchase, in behalf of the town, for the purpose of drain- 
ing Beacon and other streets, a strip of land about ten feet 
wide and extending from a point near Beacon street to land 
of the New England Railroad Co., and adjoining or near to 
the Hyde Park and Milton division line, and to appropriate 
a sum not exceeding $500 therefor. 

Selectmen so authorized, and $500 appropriated therefor, the 
same to be taken from money now on hand, received from sale of 
Happy Valley Park Lands. x 

Art. 5. To see if the town will appropriate a sum not 

exceeding $500 for the construction of drains on Beacon 

street and the land mentioned in Article 4. 

$360 appropriated therefor, the same to be taken from money 
now on hand as follows : $325 from money received from County of 
Norfolk on account of widening Hyde Park avenue, and $35 from 
money received from sale of Happy Valley Park Lands. 

Art. 6. To see if the town will authorize its selectmen, 

in behalf of this town, to make and execute an agreement 

with the town of Milton, to allow said town of Milton to 

use, in common with this town, so long as a drain shall be 

maintained by this town on the land mentioned in article 4, 

such drains as may be constructed by this town on said land, 

said town of Milton to pay for such privilege a sum equal to 

one-half the expense incurred by this town in the purchase 

of said land and the construction of a drain thereon, and 



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also one-half the expense to be incurred by this town iu en- 
larging or repairing said drain. 

The selectmen were authorized to contract as set forth in his article. 
Adjourned at 8.24 P. M. 

November 6, 1900, the annual election of State, District 

and County Officers was held in Waverly Hall. No other 

business was transacted. 

The polls were opened at 6 o'clock A. M., and closed at sunset; 

2249 ballots were cast. The vote for electors of President and 

Vice-President, by parties, was as follows : 

Bryan and Stevenson, "Democratic, " 657 

Debs and Harriman, "Democratic Social," 72 

Malloney and Remmel, "Socialistic Labor," 33 

McKinley and Roosevelt, "Republican,' 1 1319 

Woolley and Metcalf. "Prohibition," 40 
Blanks, 128 
For Governor the vote, by parties, was as follows : 

Michael T. Berry, "Socialistic Labor Party," 56 

Charles H. Bradley, "Democratic Social," 82 

W. Murray Crane, "Republican," 1293 

John M. Fisher, "Prohibition," 31 

Robert Treat Paine, Jr., "Democratic," 500 
Blanks, • 287 
For Representative in Congress the vote was as follows : 

William H. Baker, 506 

John A. Mclsaac, 81 

Samuel L. Powers, 1293 

Moorfield Storey, 101 
Blanks, 268 
For State Senator the vote was : 

William C. Deagle, 146 

Edwin C. Jenney, 644 

Eugene H. Sprague, 1177 
Blanks and Scattering, 281 
For Representative in General Court the vote was : 

John W. Griffin, 895 

Frank H. Radford, 1109 

Albert E. Tibbetts, 71 
Blanks and Scattering, li74 
Adjourned at 9.57 P. M. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF 
STREETS. 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

Gentlemen — I herewith submit the report of the Super- 
intendent of Streets for the year ending January 31, 1901. 

There have been added to the plant of this department 
one water cart, ene express wagon and a stone drag. The 
plant is in very good condition with these two exceptions, 
the steam roller and the need of a new lining for the 
crusher. 

We have built during the year ten catch basins, 1780 feet 
of paved gutters, the Beacon Street drain, about 900 feet, 
and 591 feet of concrete sidewalks. 

We have built or resurfaced about 8100 feet of street and 
6800 feet of cinder or gravel sidewalk. We have resurfaced 
2170 feet of concrete sidewalk and repaved 205 feet of 
gutters. We have set 104 feet of edge stone and reset 188 
feet. 

Thorough repairs have been made to the Fairmount Ave- 
nue and Metropolitan Avenue bridges. The Readville 
bridge has been replanked and Bridge Street bridge re- 
paired. The cost of maintenance of bridges is bound to be 
a good deal heavier than it has been in former years owing 
to the fact that the lineal feet of bridges to be maintained 
has tripled by the addition of new bridges to the town. 

We have about 1700 tons of crushed stone on hand at the 

crusher. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CLARENCE G. NORRIS, 

Superintendent of Streets. 



REPORT OF INSPECTOR OF BUILDINGS. 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

Gentlemen — Following is the annual report ©f the In- 
spector of Buildings for the year ending January 31, 1901. 

Whole number of permits issued, 62 
For new buildings, 37 
For repairs and alterations, 25 
Number of visits made during the year, 130 
Number of notices sent to persons not com- 
plying with the law in regard to building, 3 
Notice to remove waste material. 4 
Notice to Tree Warden ot dangerous tree, 1 

I have also submitted my annual report to Rufus R. 
Wade, Chief ot District Police, State House, Boston, Mass. 

I wish to extend my sincere thanks to the Board of 
Selectmen, and all others whom I have met, for the courtesy 
shown me in the performance of my official duties. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RICHARD F. BOYNTON, 

Inspector of Buildings. 



REPORT OF CHIEF OF POLICE. 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

Gentlemen — I have the honor herewith to submit the 

annual report of the Police Department for the year ending 

January 31, 1901. I also offer for your consideration such 

suggestions and recommendations as I deem necessary 

for the welfare of the department. 

Whole number of persons arrested, 234 

Males, 220 



Females, 


14 


CAUSES FOR ARREST. 




Assault and battery, 


29 


Breaking glass, 


1 


Breaking and entering, 


13 


Drunkenness, 


130 


Disturbing the peace, 


,4 


Evading car fare, x 


1 


Forgery, 


1 


Fast driving, 


1 


Insane, 


4 


Illegal sale of liquor, 


4 


Liquor nuisance, 


2 


Larceny, 


10 


Malicious mischief, 


1 


Nuisance, 


2 


Non-support, 


1 


Polygamy, 


1 


Riding on sidewalk, 


2 


Selling cigarettes to minor, 


1 


Truants, 


3 


Tramps, 


1 


Vagrancy, 


4 


Violation of park laws, 


1 


Violation of Board of Health laws, 


1 


Walking on railroad track, 


6 



234 



23 



NATIVITY OF PERSONS ARRESTED. 




Canada, 


8 


England, 


4 


Germany, 
Ireland, 


2 
45 


Italy, 


7 


Nova Scotia, 


12 


New Foundland, 


2 


New Brunswick, 


4 


Prince Edward Island, 


2 


Poland, 


1 


Russia, 


3 


Scotland, 


11 


Sweden, 


7 


United States, 


126 


OCCUPATION. 




Barbers, 


4 


Blacksmiths, 


4 


Boiler maker, 


1 


Brakemen, 


3 


Brass polisher, 
Baker, 


1 

1 


Boardinghouse keepers, 


4 


Carpenters, 
Canvasser. 


8 
1 


Clerks, 


9 


Cotton workers, 


9 


Car inspectors, 
Contractors, 


1 
3 


Cook, 


1 


Drummer, 


1 


Electricians, 


2 


Firemen, 


2 


Farmer, 


1 


Fisherman, 


1 


Hostlers, 


4 


Hair workers, 


2 


Hackman, 


1 


Hosekeepers, 
Jobber, 


9 

1 


Jeweler, 


1 



234 



24 



Laborers) 

Linemen, 

Machinists, 

Milkman, 

Moulders, 

Miner, 

Manufacturer, 

Piano polisher, 

Paper workers, 

Provision dealers, 

Painters, 

Porter, 

Plasterer, 

Quarry man, 

Rubber workers, 

Schoolboys, 

Switchman, 

Soda water manufacturer, 

Shoemakers, 

Shovelmaker, 

Salvation Army, 

Storekeepers, 

Seamstress, 

Teamsters, 

Tinsmith, 

Woolen workers, 



70 
2 

16 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 

11 
1 
1 
1 
2 

13 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
1 
8 
1 

13 



234 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Amount of fines imposed by Court, 
Average of fines imposed, 
Amount of liquor seized, 
Amount of property stolen, 
Amount of property recovered, 
Cases investigated without arrest, 
Cases investigated for other officers, 
Defects in streets reported, 
Defects in sidewalks reported, 
Doors found open and secured, 
Dead bodies found, 
Dogs killed, 
Fire alarms given, 



$1487 00 

10 73 

252 gallons 

$1537 00 

1084 00 

337 

15 

20 

12 

39 

6 

17 
5 



25 

Injured persons provided for, 7 
Imprisonment imposed by Court, 15 years and tour months 

Lost children found and restored to parents, 31 

Lights hung on obstructions, 34 

Lost articles found and restored to owners, 15 

Notified Water Co. of leaks in street pipes, 8 

Number of persons fined, 133 

Street lights reported not burning, 870 

Search warrants served for intoxicating liquors, 12 

Search warrants served for stolen goods, 2 

Stray horses taken care of, 9 

Travellers lodged over night, 2707 



FINAL DISPOSITION OF CASES. 



Committed to House of Correction for non-payment of fines, 83 
Committed to House of Angel Guardian, Boston, 
Committed to State Prison at Charlestown, 
Committed to Work House at Bridgewater, 
Committed to Truant School at Walpole, 
Committed to Lyman School at Westboro, 
Committed to Insane Asylum, 

Committed to House of Correction, 9 

Defaulted, 2 

Discharged, • 16 

Held for grand jury, 3 

Placed on file. 15 

Probation, 41 

Turned over to other officers, 6 

Fines paid, * 50 



234 



The police force consists of the same number as last year, 
five men assigned to all-night duty and two day men. 
There should be three more men at night, and I would so 
recommend. I would also suggest that some restrictions be 

Co 

put upon peddlers and junk dealers who frequent our town. 
While many honest people are engaged in the business, 
irresponsible parties who come from Boiton and near-by 
towns are the cause of many complaints of petty thefts 



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which have been received from citizens by this department, 
that were directly traceable^to itinerant peddlers and 
junk dealers. I would also renew my recommendations 
of last year in regard to a patrol wagon and criminal fiues. 
I wish to extend to the members of the Board of Select- 
men my thanks for the very courteous treatment I have 
received during the year ; also to the officers of this depart- 
ment for the faithful performance of the duties imposed 
upon them. Respectfully submitted, 

DANIEL O'CONNELL, 

Chief of Police. 



REPORT OF ENGINEERS OF THE 
FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

Gentlemen — The Board of Engineers herewith present 

their annual report for the year ending January 31, 1901. 
The department has responded to 57 alarms during the 

past year, 32 bell, and 25 still. 

Value. Loss. Insurance. 

Buildings, $71,225 00 $3,421 00 $57,000 00 

Contents, 19,530 00 2,495 00 13,600 00 



$90,755 00 $5,916 00 $70,600 00 

We have this year removed the wire from railroad land 
at Readville, and carried it under the arch and over the 
bridge in lead cable, at an expense of $150. 

We have painted Hose 3 house at Readville and put in a 
heater, the house being now in thorough repair. 

We have also painted and renovated the rooms of Central 
Station at an expense of $125, whitewashed the basement, 
and made other necessary repairs. 

We have paid for the storage battery $600, and find it 
very satisfactory. 

The apparatus now consists of two hose wagons, one hose 
reel, one hook and ladder truck, one chemical engine, one 
exercise wagon and seven horses, five sets of double swing- 
ing harness, and one single harness, all in good repair; 
4500 feet of good hose, and 1000 feet of poor. 

We have two five-gallon chemical tanks, one Eastman 
deluge set, and we would recommend the purchase of at 
least a thousand feet more of hose. 

The department consists of Chief Engineer, two assist- 
ants, five permanent men and thirty-three call men, making 
a total of forty- one. 



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The department has continued its excellent work for the 
past year, and are highly commended by the Fire Marshal 
and insurance companies ; and the Board wish to extend 
their thanks to the men for the promptness with which they 
responded, and for the willingness with which they have 
performed their duties at fires. 

J. C. McDOUGALD, Chief. 

J. H. WETHERBEE. 

W. G. ROBINSON. 



DEPARTMENT OFFICERS AND NUMBER OF MEN. 



Board of Engineers. 
J. C. McDOUGALD, Chief Engineer. 

J. H. WETHERBEE, Clerk. 

W. G. ROBINSON. 



Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1. 
WM. R. McDOUGALD, Captain. 

J. H. TUCKERMAN, Jr., Lieutenant, and 10 men. 



Hosifc Co. No. 1. 
E. N. BULLARD, Captain. 

VV. YV. SCOTT, Lieutenant, and 9 men. 



Hose Co. No. 2. 
WILLIAM HOLTHAM, Captain. 

M. J. FOLEY, Lieutenant, and 5 men. 



Hose Co. No. 3. 
FRANK KUNKEL, Captain. 

D. YV. MAHONEY, Lieutenant, and 4 men. 



Chemical Co. No. 1, 
F. L. MERCER, Captain. 

YV. W, MORSE, Lieutenant, and 2 men. 



Drivers. 
W. P. WHITTEMORE. C. M. WANDLESS, 

F. A. HAWLEY, JAMES COLLINS, 

EDWARD A. HAWI.EY, Supt. of Fire Alarm and Steward. 



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Number of births registered in Hyde Park 


in 1900, . 








358 




170 


Females 


188 


The parentage of the children is as follows : 






128 


Irish 


41 




3 




6 




7 




9 




5 




13 


of British Provinces ....... 


37 


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81 


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28 


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May, 


36 ; June, 28 ; July, 30 ; August, 32 ; September, 27 ; October 


, 28; 


November, 24 ; December, 34. 




MARRIAGES. 




Number of intentions of marriage issued 


in 1900 . 


133 


" marriages registered in 1900 










137 


Oldest groom 












69 


Oldest bride . . 














58 


Youngest groom 














19 


Youngest bride . 














16 


Both parties born in United States 










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66 


Ireland 














10 


Scotland . 














1 


Italy . 














1 


Germany . 














2 


Sweden 














5 


Russia 














1 


British Provinces 












3 


other foreign countries 










14 


Foreign and American 










34 


Married in January, 13 ; February, 3 ; March, 5 


; April, 15 ; 


May, 


10; June, 21 ; July, 4; August, 11 


; St 


pterr 


ber, 


ii; 


Octo 


>e 


\ 18; 



November, 19 ; December, 7. 



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The following are the names and residences of the parties whose 
marriages were solemnized in 1900, certificates of which have been 
filed in this office : 

Jan. 1. Lewis H. Richardson of Boxborough and Emily A. Wood 
of Hyde Park. 

1. Lewis R. Jackson and Pauline A. K. Pedersen both of 
Hyde Park. 

1. Carl C F. McCormick of Boston and Florence N. Mar- 
shall of Hyde Park. 

10. Arthur T. Rogers of Hyde Park and Hannah E Hoban of 

Boston. 
31. Emil F. Keany of Dedham and Elizabeth A. Hoefling of 

Hyde Park. 
19. John W. Forsyth and Eliza G. Blenkhorn both of Boston. 
24. Edward S. Fellows of Hyde Park and Alice M. York of 

Dedham. 
18. Herbert W. Crosby of Dedham and Bertha A. G. Bird of 

Hyde Park. 
21. Fred E. Smith and Gertrude A. Fitzgerald both of Hyde 

Park. 
1. William Nagle and Margaret T. Hanrahan both of Hyde 

Park. 
21. John F. Healy, Jr., of Boston and Tharzile Dupre of Hyde 

Park. 

1 1. Michael Fox and Mary A. McDonough both of Hyde Park. 
9. Calvin B. Hawkes and Matilda R. Burger both of Hyde 

Park. 
Feb. 26. James Polca and Rachael Grike both of Hyde Park. 

12. James J. Ahem and Lena Campbell both of Hyde Park. 
14. William G. Childs and Bridget L. Hawkins both of Hyde 

Park. 
Mar. 15. Arthur G. Sawyer of Hyde Park and Theresa S. Anderson 
of Boston. 
26. Max H. Wesselhoeft of Boston and Grace A. Killam of 

Hyde Park. 
28. Fred H. Stackpole ot Hyde Park and Annie Doull of New 

Bedford. 
7. Clement H. Hallowed of Walpole and Blanche G. Whittier 

of Hyde Park. 
31. Evan Owen and Emily Breslyn both of Hyde Park. 
April 12. Guy F. Densmore and Abbie M. Dickinson both of Hyde 
Park. 



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April 15. William G. Waters of Boston and Margaret G. Shea of 
Hyde Park. 

16. James Donovan of Hyde Park and Margaret Watson of 

Boston. - 
19. Theodore G. Erler of Hyde Park and Lydia A. Baumgartel 

of Providence, R. I. 
19. Howard W. Benson and Annie M. Greenan both of Hyde 

Park. 
22. John H. Monahan of Hyde Park and Catherine Kenny of 

Boston. 

24. Thomas N. Dwyer and Mary R. Riley both of Hyde Park. 

25. John Feeney of jHyde Park and Mary Conley of South 

Boston. 
25. Patrick F. Downey of Hyde Park and Margaret J. Collins 

of Roxbury. 
25. Charles H. Whiting, Jr., of South Boston and Mary A. 

Alyward of Hyde Park. 

25. Albion H. Brown of Somerville and Rosa M. Morrell of 

Hyde Park. 

26. William F. Tripp and Sarah T. Folger both of Dedham. 
28. John A. Olson of Fitchburg and Gerda A. Johnson ol 

Hyde Park. 
28. Hans G. Peterson and Hilma Johanson both of Hyde Park. 
30. Barron E. Kenison and Elsie L. Perry both ot Hyde Park. 
May 1. Philip A. Maguire of Boston anl Mary Hayes of Hyde 
Park. 
2. John H. Elliot and Alice Carroll both of Hyde Park. 

5. Walter H. Stahl of Milton and Mina Burbridge of Hyde 

Park. 

17. William Herndon of Hyde Park and Cora Owens of Boston. 

26. Joseph Martin and Julia Branney both of Hyde Park. 

27. Albert F. Abbott and Jennie Cavendish both of Hyde Park. 

28. George W. Page and Celia Alexander both of Hyde Park. 
30. Harry E. Lincoln of Hyde Park and Annie L. Ruperts of 

Dedham. 

30. Leander S. Horr of Hyde Park and Alice L. Lanpher of 

Foxboro. 

31. Clifton Price of Berkeley, Cal., and Elizabeth M. Hoyt of 

Hyde Park. . 
June 5. Joseph Blanchard and Fannie Warden both of Hyde Park. 

6. Frank Shedd, Jr., and Julia Concannon both of Hyde 

Park. 



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June 6. Angus Mooring and Catherine McPhei son both of Hyde 
Park. 

6. Robert M. Taylor of Hyde Park and Elizabeth Bateman 

of Boston. 

7. Walter H. Reynolds of Providence, R. I., and Mary 

Nadeau of Hyde Park. 
7. Frank C. Titcomb and Ada Johanson both of Hyde Park. 
11. Herbert L. Chipman of Sandwich and Alice G. Noyes of 
Hyde Park. 

13. Edward O'Donnell of Natick, R. I., and Margaret A. 

Quigley of Hyde Park. 

14. John J. Caldwell of Hyde Park and Elizabeth F. Dalton 

of Walpole. 
1?. George Keller of Boston and Nellie Foley of Hyde Park. 
19. Arthur F. Ramseyer of Boston and Annie G. Willey of 

Hyde Park. 

19. Jacob J. Paulhus of Hyde Park and Virginia Martell of 

Raynham. 

20. Frederic W. Kappler of Hyde Park and Annie Nor mil ie 

of Waltham. 

21. Charles E. Warren of Boston and Ella W. Keegan of Hyde 

Park. 
21. Joseph F. Galvin and Flora L. Motte both of Hyde Park. 
27. Arthur E. E. Starkey of Wilmington, Vt., and Alice T. 

Gray of Hyde Park. 
27. Edward J. Philpott of Lynn and Sarah A. Howe of Hyde 

Park. 
27. James S alker and Margaret P. Jamieson both of Hyde 

Park. 

27. Frederick A. Hooper of Stoughton and Inez B. Boynton 

of Hyde Park. 

28. Frank L. Locklin of Boston and Lillian A. Landt of Hyde 

Park. 
28. Dennis Keefe of Hyde Park and Josephine Sheehan of 

Canton. 
July 3. Charles C. Upham and Louise Brunette both of Hyde 

Park. 
7. Richard R. Jank of Hyde Park and Jennie M. Grossman 

of Dedham. 
25. Charles D. Johnson of Hyde Park and Sarah M. Keating 

of Boston. 
31. David Phillips and Grace B. Gidney both of Hyde Park. 






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Aug. 8. William V. Colwell and Ida J. Henry both of Hyde Park. 

10. Oscar F. Olson and Annie E. Carlson both of Hyde Park. 

15. William A. Motte and Mary T. Dwyer both of Hyde Park. 

15. Edward E. Jordan of Hyde Park and Janet B. Halliday of 

Milton. 

16. William E. Allen of Norwood and Anna G. Ryan of Hyde 

Park. 

18. Harry A. Bryant and Anna Burnside both of Hyde Park. 

28. Herbert Clogston of Hyde Park and Amanda C. Meek of 

Milton. 

29. Fred O. Munroe andlEolla Powers both of Hyde Park. 
29. George E. Haven and Hannah E. Everett both of Hyde 

Park. 
29. Jesse F. Sumner of Hyde Park and Edith L. Forest ot 

Boston. 
6. Marcus L. Sadler and Georgianna Wheeler both of Hyde 
Park. 
Sept. 3. Nathaniel L. Chamberlain and Nellie E. Fitton both of 
Hyde Park. 
4. Arthur S. French and Margaret E. Wood both of Hyde 

Park. 
6. Harry Moyse>nd Eliza A. Johnson both of Hyde Park. 
8. Andrew E. Lundberg and Sedia L Aaka both of Hyde 

Park. 
10. George S. Shaw and Sadie I. Willey both of Hyde Park. 
23. James Currie of Webster,' Me., and Edith M. Shute of 
Hyde Park. 

19. Samuel A. Tuttle and Sarah A. Lovell both of Hyde Park. 
21. Everett L. Swan of Athol and Marion L. Wheeler of 

Orange. 

25. Jerome Van N. Beeman of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Etta J. 

Collins of Hyde Park. 

26. Bertram C. Bixby of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Margaret W. 

Vivian of Hyde Park. 

27. James Moss and Eliza Putnam both of Hyde Park. 

Oct. 3. John W. Falconer of Boston and Grace M. Willard of 
Hyde Park. 
8. John M. Lamb and Augusta Swanson both of Hyde Park. 

8. John Keefe and Margaret O'Keefe both of Hyde Park. 

9. Walter H. Fryer and" Adeline M. Young both of Hvde 

Park. 
10. Albert E. Bouffard and Mary McDougall both of Hyde 
Park. 



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Oct. 10. Andrew P. Cogan of Hyde Park and Letitia V. Dennison 
of Canton. 
11. Edmund Barry and Mary Flyming both of Hyde Park. 

11. Charles E. Radell and Eva A. Rich both of Hyde Park. 

16. Wesley Carpenter and Lucv A. McCleod both of Hyde 

Park. 

17. Ivory II. Morse of Hyde Park and Sarah E. Hunt of 

Duxbury. 

22. James A. Leadbetter and Mary R. Doran both of Hyde 

Park. 

23. George M. Peabody of Hyde Park and Emma L. Sanders 

of Laconia, N. H. 
21. Einil S. Blumenkranz of Newport, R. I., and Annie F. 
Jones of Hyde Park. 

24. Patrick F. Dolan and Josephine G. Dunn both of Hyde 

Park. 

25. Herbert N. Day and Amanda B. Stiuchfield both of Hyde 

Park. 

25. Frederick C. Hermann of Boston and Adelaide C. Goss of 

Hyde Park. 

26. Charles A. Brandhill and Selma Johnson both of Hyde 

Park. 
29. John D. McKenzie of Hyde Park and Rika Weber of 
Norfolk. 
Nov. 6. James E. McMarfus of Norwood and Louise N. Maurer of 
Hyde Park. 
7. George C. Willard and Mabel C Blake both of Hyde Park. 
7. Charles S Hopkins of West Medl'ord and Louise J. Loftus 

of Hyde Park. 
7. Charles I. King of Hyde Park and Dora E. French of No. 

Oxford. 
9. Charles J. Olson and Mary Nelson both of Hyde Park. 
14. William J. O'Brien of Quincy and Bridget F. Jenkins of 

Hyde Park. 
14. James F. Holmes of Hyde Park and Sarah L. White of 

Norwood. 
7. John J. Rafter aud Susan L. Fall both of Hyde Park. 

12. Harvey D. Knocks of Norwood and Lydia C. Howe of 

Hyde Park. 

20. Louis L. Chabot of Concord and Regina S. McGuire of 

Hyde Park. 

21. Bernard W. Roby of Norwood and Emma E. Gassett of 

Hyde Park. 



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Nov. 23. Antoni Sulaski and Cathrina Sulginski both of Hyde Paris:. 

27. Maurice W. Gilbert and Mary J. O'Neil both of Dedham. 

27. Edward Feeney and Catherine Nee both of Hyde Park. 

28. Henry T. Dray and Nora A. Kelliher both of Hyde Park. 
28. Thomas M. Galvin and Mary A. Lambert both of Hyde 

Park. 

28. Robert L. Blakeney and Katie McLeod both of Hyde Park. 

29. Andrew J. Stack and Bridget Foley both of Hyde Park. 
29. Patrick J. Broderick and Annie L. Murray both of Hyde 

Park. 
Dec. 1. Patrick Martin and Ann Hynes both of Hyde Park. 

12. Walter S. Henderson and Margaret M. Grant both of 

Hyde Park. 
15. Robert Duckworth and Elizabeth G. Sullivan both of Hyde 
Park. 

22. Frank H. Clark and Elizabeth R. dwell both of Hyde 

Park. 

23. Charles A. Hull and Mary I. La Rhette both of Hyde Park. 

25. Justin H. Bacon of Bellows Falls, Vt., and Addie M. Le 

Bourveau of Hyde Park. 

26. James F. Hamilton and Mildred M.Robinson both of 

Hyde Park. 



DEATHS. 

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

died elsewhere in this Commonwealth, in 1900 . . . 214 

Males 107 

Females 107 

Born in the United States 152 

" Ireland 24 

" British Provinces . 13 

" Scotland . . . . . . . . . 6 

" England • . 8 

" Germany ......... 3 

Italy . 3 

" Sweden 3 

Holland 1 

Unknown ; 1 



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AGES. 



Stillborn . 


. 


Under one year 


Between 1 and 5 vears 




' 5 " 


10 




' 10 " 


20 




20 " 


30 




' 30 " 


40 




' 40 " 


50 




50 ' 


60 




' 60 " 


70 




« 70 ' 


80 




80 •' 


90 




' 90 " 


100 


The number 


of death 


follows : 




Accident 




Consumption 




Pneumonia 




Cholera Infan 


turn . 


Diphtheria 




Cancer and Tumor 


Heart Disease 




Para 


lysis and 


Apoplexy 



12 

42 

15 

4 

7 

12 

15 

12 

24 

31 

27 

11 

2 



6 

19 
30 
4 
3 
10 
12 
12 



Stillborn 


12 


Old age , 


8 


Bright's Disease 


2 


Typhoid Fever 


1 


Inanition 


6 


Scarlet Fever 


1 


La Grippe and Influenza 


8 



The following are the names of those who died in Hyde Park, and of 
residents of Hyde Park who died elsewhere, during the year 1900. 

AGE. 
DATE. NAMES. YHS. MOS. DYS. 

Jan. 4. (Stillborn) — — — 

4. Charles L. Newton 85 10 20 

5. Edward Ryan — 15 

6. Harriet Wymau 80 — — 

6. Joseph Shea — — 14 

6. (Stillborn) — — — 

8. Charles Shea — — 16 

15. (Stillborn) — — — 

17. Ethel M. Hockaclay — — 13 

18. Mary S. Brown 92 4 7 

18. Charles J. Ellis 63—2 

19. Clara M. Knnkel 18 2 — 

21. Ellen A. Caller 76 5 — 



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Jan. 21. (Stillborn) _ _ _ 

21. Samuel H. Hirst 70 — — 

Feb. 4. Lydia A. Wood , 57 9 23 

4. Annie E Boettcher — 9 25 

4. John O'Brien 50 — 

8. Robert Elliott 56 4 

9. Mary A. Doherty 62 — 

10. Joseph L. Earrell 15 — 

10. George W. Brooks 66 6 

18. Lawrence A. Rooney 39 — 

21. Charles E. Jenney ,. 64 I 7 

21. Charles F. Snell 28 3 22 

22. Lavinia J. Beatey 63 4 14 

27. Mary E. Smith 50 — 11 

28. Margaret E. Coullahan — 2 29 

Mar. 1. Mary Donovan 60 

3. Adeline Goulding 89 3 — 

4. Marie D. Schaltz 85 1 20 

5. George Deagle < — 4 

8. Peter F. Fjy 58 — _ 

8. Olive L. StiBchfield 67—9 

9. Eva E. Tibbetts 45 5 — 

10. Nancy D. Smith 80 

10. Merle T. Getchell _ 

11. Patrick Sullivan _ 

12. William J. Hughes , 48 

14. Eugene A. Porter 46 

15, Mary E. Buchan ]5 

15. David H. Cochran., 70 

16. John Cuscadden 3 

16. Rose McGrath 59 

16. John E, Hunt _' 

17. Anna E. Blodgett 55 

18. Maria Ktlley 65 

19. Oaklet Chamlet _ 11 _ 

20. Thomas Burbridge 60 — 

21. Richard A. Powers 28 3 6 

22. Ann Groves 58 — 

22. Martha O. Buzzell 62 3 — 

23. William W. Davis 58 4 23 

23. Bridget McAuliffe '. 28 — — 

24. John B. Neale 67 2 16 

25. (Stillborn) _ _ _ 

27. Eliza M. Lavers 41 4 



2 


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9 


15 


hrs. 


8 


13 


— 


13 


6 


22 


3 


7 


4 





11 


21 



40 

Mar. 27. Eliza M. Madan 61 8 

27. Anton Hoefling 72 ] l 

27. Canstance Tegg. , 33 

27. Elizabeth A. Horaans 79 

30. Lena Trudelle r. 7 

30. George A. Lawrence — 

Apr. 2. Ann E. Cummings 69 

3. Elizabeth A. Lockhart 80 

4. Martha J. McKee 78 

4. Patrick Eogers . . 76 

5. Janet Wightrnan 74 

6. Mary E. Sculley 40 

6. Henry W. Prince . 72 

14. Joseph Cereuzia. 31 

15. Patrick Concannon 70 

15. Catherine H.Kingston — 

15. Rachel P. Wood 62 

18. Mary Will 6!) 

18. John Fitzgerald 70 

20. Joseph Q. Clark 83 

20. Susan C. Badger.. 74 

23. Margaret Coe 75 

24. Margaret Burns. 60 

25. Archibald McMillan 59 

25. Henry A. Rich v 66 

26. Maria L. Howard 61 

27. Johanna Curtin 55 

30. Mary A. Hawkins 32 

May 1. Loring Bates 77 

1. Unkn jwn man (accident) — 

2. Sarah E. Norton 71 

4. Annie Flynn 40 

6. Michael Con roy 64 

8. Benjamin McK. Rafter 1 

9. Thankful A. Spalding 68 

10. Mildred 1. Marshall _ 

10. Mary J. Carpenter 1 

13. Elsie M. Beauregard — 

17. Rachael P. Denisou 80 

IS. Sarah D. House 81 

22. Francis A. Boyce — 

26. Timothy Clark 79 

27. Pauline Broderick 27 — — 

28. Louis Gremier 17 7 25 



8 


27 


3 


27 


3 


3 


4 


16 


8 


14 


6 


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25 


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25 


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8 


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11 


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22 


11 


5 


10 


6 


7 


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7 


17 


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17 





2 


6 


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9 


23 


7 


22 


4 


25 



13 


19 


8 


9 


4 


— 


11 


— 


2 


9 


2 


16 



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June 4. Sonto Spotore 45 — — 

4. Francis H. Caffin . . 72 6 19 

5. (Stillborn) — — — 

6. Sarah M. Hale 49 

6. Martha J. Wheeler 35 

14. Sarah C. McKenna 1 

16. Richard Marks 61 

16. Margaret McMenamin — 

16. Mary Wilson 34 

18. (Stillborn) — 

19. Arthur M. Mowry 38 

21. Christena C. Steven , 17 

21. Philip Gobeill — 

26. Leonard W. Parkhurst. 64 

27. Richard O'Keefe 1 

July 7. Mary C. Leeds — 

8. Bryant — 

11. Charles J. Peterson , .' 44 

11. Mary J. Cobb 77 

14. Annie O'Connor 50 

20. Colomu J. Chisholm — 

20. Joseph G. Miller 1 

21. Pamelia M. Allen 77 

21. Charlotte B. Jefferds . .. 66 

24. George E. O'Neil 1 

25. Charles B. Wandless , 16 

26. Mary C. Brodie 33 

26. John D. White 33 

28. David Ray 67 

28. Charlotte A. Taylor 7S 

28. George T. Roufl.. — < 

29. Esther M. Chisholm — " 

29. Richard V. Bedingfeld 1 

30. Philip D. Osborne. 1 

Aug. 3. Simon Spaans 50 

4. Chester Chaisson — 

5. Joseph Lewis . — 

7. Peterson — 

9. Arthur W. Williams — 

9. Annie L. Marshall — 

10. Felix A. Cameron 16 

10. Levi A. Runnells 70 

11. MaryA.Nagle — 

12. (Stillborn) _ 



4 


15 


2 


26 


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21 


7 


11 


— 1 hour 


10 


15 


2 


7 


9 


17 


10 


5 


7 


12 


8 


— 


11 


20 


8 


4 


3 


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7 


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29 


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Aug. 13. Frances Noonan 70 

14. Hannah M. Olson. . ., 22 

15. Eliza B. Wheeler 87 

17. Joseph Sullivan — 

22. George F. Robinson — 

22. Neil Mclnnis _ 

23. William S. Bunker 38 

25. Grace T. Estabrook 2 

27. Mary W. Dinsmore 75 

31. Gladys G. Hill 1 

31. Angeline A. Stentiford 54 

Sept. 2. Frederick A. Carver — 

2. Henry Barry 1 

6. Fred W. Rich 10 

7. Annie B. Tupper — 

7. Herbert G. McKay _ 

10. Alma F. Boettcher , — 

12. Hannah Welch 4 

14. Harry A. Dawes 38 

19. Bridget Lee 68 

21. Joseph A. Cote — 

24. Patrick Conway 38 

24. Maria A. Thrasher 49 

25. Martha S. Williams 78 

27. Chloe C. Morse.... \ 98 

29. Joseph Marchetti — 

Oct. 1. Philena A. Fisk 73 

3. Ann M, Stark 55 

6. Anu Cunningham 52 

7. Robert L. Worrick 21 

8. Julia A. Currier 50 

9. Bridget Rooney 56 

11. (Stillborn) _' 

11. Teresa Manocchi 25 

12. Frederick T. Shaw 29 

14. George Farley 61 

15. Harry F. Jacobson 5 

17. Mary A. Doran 50 

17. (Stillborn) _ _ _ 

20. Ellen Brady 41 — — 

21. (Stillborn) — _ 

23. John Wilson 68 7 5 

26. Harrold B. Reid 8 3 27 

28. Martha A. Sbeehan 56 — 14 



1 


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2 


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4 


3 


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21 


2 


12 


9 


7 


11 


22 


5 


28 


9 


3 


10 


16 


6 


24 



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Oct. 29. Sarah Kennedy 29 10 — 

30. Thomas F. McConnon 6 8 — 

31. Hugh F. Nawn — 2 24 

Nov. 6. Henrietta Erler 68 7 5 

9. Ernest S. Newell 18 7 13 

9. Willie Conley — — 2 

9. Henry D. Lynch 31 8 5 

10. Elizabeth Brainard 68 10 18 

10. Mary S. GraDger 62 8 23 

15. Thomas J. Ward ,. 25 8 11 

19. John Halloran 66 — — 

22. Mary T. Hathaway 82 11 24 

25. (Stillborn) — — — 

26. Otto Karl Aggott — — 18 

29. Hull A Page 50 1 12 

Dec. 1. John Brady ... 40 — — 

5. Mary L. Cook 77 9 3 

6. Henry Barme 24 6 28 

7. Harry H. Mills 29 1 3 

8. Hana B. Schwartz — 1 10 

9. Bridget McCoy 70 — — 

16. Oscar M. Wells 57 4 16 

18. (Stillborn) — — — 

22. William H. Collins 30 5 — 

31. Charles A. Sparrow 1 5 24 

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, 

HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 



REPORT OF THE TREE WARDEN. 



In compliance with the Act passed by the Legislature of 
1899, chapter 330, I was elected to the office of Tree 
Warden, and herewith submit the first annual report, end- 
ing January 31, 1901. 

Not having ascertained, the first part of the year, what 
was needed to carry out the duties of the office, I did not 
ask for an appropriation, and consequently have contracted 
no bills. I received an application from Edwin C. Jenney, 
Esq., to remove a tree in front of No. 15 East River Street. 
After a hearing on May 10, 1900, I gave him permission to 
remove same. 

During the year I have received several applications to 
trim trees, from the American Telephone Company (which 
was done under my supervision) and from several citizens. 

*To faithfully carry out the provisions of the law as to the 
duties of the Tree Warden, I would recommend that an 
appropriation of $300 be made at the next annual meeting, 
for the care and preservation of public shade trees. 

Respectfully submitted. 

HIRAM J. TOWNSEND, 

Tree Warden. 



SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 
BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS. 



The law passed in 1899, compelling towns to elect a Tree 
Warden, has been a relief to the Park Commission, and, in 
consequence, the labors of the year have been comparatively 
light. 

Thinking it more convenient for the public, we have filed 
all plans of land taken by the Metropolitan Park Commis- 
sion in Hyde Park with the town records. 

April 4th, we approved the taking by the Metropolitan 
Park Commission of certain additions to Stony Brook 
Reservation bordering on Beaver Street. 

From motives of economy, and to avoid litigation, we 
have also approved of abandonments by the Metropolitan 
Park Commission of certain lands near the Neponset River, 
and of a portion of Coleman Street, in Stony Brook 
Reservation. 

When advocating the taking of Stony Brook Reservation, 
we called the attention of our citizens, in 1895, to the fact 
that we were likely to have to pay just the same proportion 
of expense if all the metropolitan parks were located at a 
distance, that we would have to pay if some of them were 
in or near our town. Since then we have made this same 
point in several public ways. We thought that assessed 
valuation and population would have more to do with the 
amount required to be paid by each town than all other 
factors. 

That we were correct in tnis position seems to be borne 
out by the findings of the commission appointed to decide 
the matter. 



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According to their report the Town of Hyde Park has to 
pay .00761 per cent, of the entire amount levied upon the 
metropolitan district, while the Town of Brookline, in which 
no metropolitan park has been located, pays .06029 per 
cent., and the Town of Milton pays .03043 per cent. The 
assessed valuation of Milton is larger than that of Hyde 
Park, while the population is considerably less. 

An appeal has been taken from the findings of this com- 
mission to the Supreme Judicial Court on two points. The 
Town of Brookline objects because the commission did not 
give the reasons for the apportionment as stated, and the 
Town of Westwood claims that by reason of a defect in 
the Acts they are not required to pay anything. Whatever 
the decision of the Supreme Court may be, we think that, 
in any apportionment, valuation and population will be the 
chief elements upon which the cost will be apportioned. 

According to the report of the commission our apportion- 
ment for 1901 would be as follows : — 

Proportion of Sinking Funds : 



Metropolitan Parks 


- 


$724 41 




Boulevards - 


- 


157 65 




Nantasket - - - - - 


tnei 


61 64 




Total Sinking Fund Require 


ts, 


$ 913 70 


Interest Requirements :- 








Metropolitan Parks 


- 


$1615 22 




Boulevards - , - 


- 


350 06 




Nantasket - 




134 24 




Total Interest 




2099 52 


Maintenance : 








Parks ----- 




$673 48 




Boulevards - 


- 


171 22 




Nantasket - 


. 


48 48 




Total - - - - 




893 18 


Grand Total 


- 




$3936 40 



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The assessed valuation of Hyde Park on .May 1, 1900, 
was $10,554,250. It will doubtless be larger next May. 
Ou the valuation of last May, taking the report of the 
apportionment commission as a basis, the tax-pajer in Hyde 
Park would have to pay on each $1000 of assessed valua- 
tion 37 cents, or substantially 3-8 of a mill upon each 
dollar. 

According to this finding we pay the same proportion 
toward the cost of Nantasket Reservation that we do toward 
the cost of Stony Brook Reservation, and the same propor- 
tion toward the maintenance of a boulevard at Revere Beach 
that we would toward a boulevard located in Hyde Park. 

It would doubtless be a paying investment, from the 
standpoint of valuation, if our town had to pay the entire 
cost of land taken and for the construction of a boulevard 
within the limits of Hyde Park. The construction of a fine 
road usually enhances the value of real estate i*i its vicinity, 
and when it becomes apparent that we have to pay just 
about the same proportion of all money appropriated for 
Metropolitan Park purposes, whether that money is used 
for park and boulevard purposes in our town or at Nantasket 
Beach or Middlesex Fells, it becomes equally apparent that 
it is wise for our citizens to press their claims for parks and 
boulevards with all the force and eloquence possible. 

If the Metropolitan Park Commission has funds in its 
hands at any time for boulevard purposes it would be a wise 
act on the part of our citizens to advocate in every way the 
construction of a boulevard along the Neponset. We recog- 
nize the plain fact that its pollution should cease first, but 
we trust that the time is not far distant when the public will 
demand that life and health be considered more and the 
pocketbooks of a few less. Is it not better that filth be 
turned into the sewer and not into our once delightful 
Neponset? In this case liberty has been turned into license, 



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and it is about time that life and the pursuit of happiness 
along its banks have more consideration. 

If the Neponset were an artery of life and not of death as 
now, if pure water as of yore flowed down to the mighty 
sea, with canoes and boats darting to and tro, with the 
shadows of trees and waving branches reflected as from a 
mirror, would it not be an attraction worth having? Would 
it not pay, if we must come to that basis, in health and 
increased land value? Let us see the dollar which is pro- 
duced by purity and beauty as easily and clearly as the one 
which is produced by those industries which turn our once 
beautiful river into a sewer, menace our health, and offend 
the eye and nose. 

A pure stream of water is a constant source of pleasure 
and an ever-attractive feature, but water so polluted that 
fish cannot live in it and boatmen shun it, has already set 
boards of health and doctors to thinking. All our citizens 
should see the importance of a boulevard along its banks. 
Let us change it from a source of germs and disease to a 
source of health and pleasure. 

We urge you all to do what you can to secure a change 
in the uses to which the Neponset River is now put, and to 
push our claims to a boulevard along its banks. 

JOHN J. ENNEKING, Chairman, 
WILBUR H. POWERS, Sec'y, 
LAWSON B. BIDWELL, 

Park Commissioners. 



REPORT OF CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS. 



Fairview Drive has been extended during the year and 
lots have been graded and prepared for use on that Drive 
and on Beach and Elm Avenues. 

It will be noted from the financial statement, made a part 
of this, that there is now in the hands of the Town Treasurer 
$7,218.95, and this fund is increasing in size from year to 
year. 

We recommend the passage of suitable By-Laws or Regu- 
lations by the Town so that such parts of this fund as may 
not be reasonably required for the purchase of land be in- 
vested, and the income thereof used from year to year 
for the care and improvement of the Cemetery. At present 
the Cemetery receives no income whatever from the amount 
in the hands of the Treasurer. 

In older cemeteries it has sometimes happened that per- 
sons have become the owners of lots who have not sufficient 
respect for the memory of those therein interred to leave the 
lot intact and the bodies buried therein undisturbed. Some- 
times the ownership has shifted by the laws of descent so 
that it has become vested in an entirely different family 
from that of the person originally owning the same. Cases 
have been known in other cemeteries where lots have been 
sold, and bodies removed therefrom and placed in single 
graves, so as to enable the owners of the lots to reap finan- 
cial profit from their sale. It.goes without saying that such 
doings should be prevented if possible. The best way to 
accomplish this is to convey the lots to the town in trust to 
permit such persons as may be desired to be buried therein 



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and no others, with the distinct proviso that the bodies 
interred shall not be removed from the lots and interred 
elsewhere without the consent of the Commissioners. 

The receipts and expenditures for the financial year ending 
January 31, 1901, are as follows : 



RECEIPTS . 






From sale of lots, 


$1,770 00 




From sale of single graves, 


375 00 




Interment and receiving tomb charges, 


515 00 




For foundations, 


120 87 




For wood, 


4 00 




For labor, 


1 00 

$2,788 87 




Balance on hand Jan. 31, 1900, 


5,970 90 









$8,757 77 



EXPENSES. 

Labor, etc., . $1,538 82 



Balance on hand Jan. 31, 1901, $7,218 95 

For details of expenses we refer to itemized statement to 
be found elsewhere in this book. 

STATISTICS. 

1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 Total 
Lots sold, 16 

Single graves sold, 
Interments in lots, 10 
Int. in single graves, 
In receiving tomb, 
Removals, 

CLARENCE U. MEIGGS, 
CHARLES F. JENNEY, 
GEORGE E. WHITING, 

Commissioners. 



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19 


29 


24 


27 


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21 


18 


188 










81 


59 


69 


74 


283 


40 


16 


39 


28 


39 


27 


32 


38 


269 


22 


32 


59 


98 


68 


78 


68 


77 


502 




11 


9 


15 


9 
2 


27 
3 


15 
2 


o 

1 


8 



REPORT OF OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 



The Overseers of the Poor herewith submit their report 
for the year ending Jan. 31, 1901. The work of the 
department is very clearly defined by statute law, and the 
expenditures are governed to a large extent by demands 
over which the local overseers have no control, viz. : The 
cost of maintaining town charges in the various State 
institutions. » 

In many towns branches of Associated Charities have 
been established, and we suggest that the institution of a 
local branch would be ot great benefit to the worthy poor, 
many of whom suffer in silence rather than apply for town 
aid. 

The usual detailed list of persons receiving aid, together 
with the amount charged to each family or individual, is 
hereto appended : 

Whole number of persons aided, 
Number of persons fully supported, 
Number of persons partially supported, 
Number of tramps lodged. 

PAID ON ACCT. OF 

Alexander, Harry J. 
Barrett, Sarah S. 
Bedlington, Harriet B. 
Bell. Dorinda E 
Carter, Eva F. 
Carter, Inez 
Carter, Ralph 
Clapp, Clara E. 
Connor, Kate 
Cook, Cora F. 
Crawford, Walter 



SETTLEMENT. 

Hyde Park? 



2953 

32 

214 

2707 

COST. 

$169 45 
169 46 
169 46 
169 46 
169 46 
169 45 
169 45 
169 46 
169 46 
169 46 
146 00 



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PAID ON ACCT. OP 

Gilson, William H. insane, 

Halliday, Irving B. 

Macbrien, Aubrey " 

Miller, Rose C. 

Rafter, Sarah 

Whiiburn, Mary " 

Wyman, Adelaide E. " 

Overell, Wm. D. epileptic 

Mullally, Thos. F. inebriate 

Walley, James S. " 

Lowell, Ed. F. at truant school. 

Watson, Christina, insane 

King, Martin 

Connor, Ellen 

Withington, George 

Anderson, Mrs. Charles 

Grimes. Ellen 

Kelley, Frank 

Page, Frank B. 

Williams, Amanda 

O'Leary, Mary 

Sweeney, Julia 

Gilson, Ella 

Conran, Kate 

O'Reilly, Bridget A. 

Boettcher, Alma, acct. burial of 

McGovern, .lames 

Bunker, Charles E. 

Ewell, William F. 

Howland, Olive L. 

McKenzie, Mary 

McAuliffe, John 

Tracey, Catherine 

Kinsman, Mary 

Hulstrand, Matilda 

Todd, Ruth 

Dunn, William 

Hunt, Mary 

Messier, Blanche 

Hickey, acct. burial of 

Maguire, Mary 



SETTLEMENT. 

Hyde Park 



Slate 
H\de Park 



COST. 

71 04 

29 71 

103 53 

169 46 

146 00 

56 29 

182 92 

169 46 

60 35 

46 

26 71 

71 12 

64 00 

53 36 

173 81 

1 00 
10 00 
49 00 

121 00 

130 00 

32 00 

13 92 

130 33 

80 00 

60 00 

10 00 

144 00 

144 00 

84 00 

40 00 

24 00 

118 72 

157 55 

15 40 

18 00 

7 73 

83 03 

96 00 

34 29 

10 00 

2 45 



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PAID ON ACCT. OF 

Donovan, Mary 

Riley, Patrick J., wife and 3 children, 
Tate, Elizabeth and 2 children, 
Boyce, Wm, H., wife and 6 children, 
Abbott, Phillip H., wife and 5 children, 
Cameron, Mrs. Jas. F. and 5 children, 
Rich, Mrs. C. H. and 3 children, 
Boyce Mrs. Geo. H. and 4 children, 
Curran, Ellen and 1 child, 
Bragan, Rosella and 2 children, 
Sullivan, D. C. wife and 6 children, 
Robinson, Jane and 2 children, 
Grant, Hugh, wife and 4 children, 
Lynch, Mary and 4 children, 
Downes, Hannah M. and 1 child, 
Voight, Selma and 6 children, 
Norton, Mary E. and 2 children, 
Welch, Isabella and 4 children, 
Fletcher, Flossie L. and 3 children, 
Quigley, Thomas and 3 children, 
Haley, Margaret and 3 children, 
Sanna, Mrs. Peter and 3 children, 
Halloran, Mary A. and 2 children, 
White, Oliver, 

Gobeill, Philip, acct. burial, 
Page, Hull A. 
Swallow, Thomas, 
Brady, John, acct. burial, 
Spotore, Sonto, acct. burial, 
Moran, James 

Unknown man, acct. burial, 
Cummings, John 
Hanley, Michael 
Lambert, Mary and 3 children, 
Burnley, Mary and 3 children, 
Davis, Wm. H. wife and 1 child, 
Elliot, John G. wife and 3 children,- 
McNeil, Robert D. wife and 2 children, 
Cotton, Thomas and wife, 
Nagle, Wm. wife and 2 children, 
Sundell, Jas. A. wife and 3 children, 



SETTLEMENT. 


COST. 


Hyde Park 


8 70 


• i 


120 30 


( t 


52 50 


" 


1 50 


t i 


10 00 


'« 


188 00 


" 


75 45 


< t 


118 35 


" 


114 15 


" 


55 67 


K 


33 68 


" 


78 00 


" 


79 70 


« 1 


158 50 


" 


82 50 


" 


75 00 


'« 


148 50 


" 


189 60 


1 i 


89 07 


c» 


138 00 


" 


48 25 


( • 


26 25 


" 


21 75 


State 


16 00 


" 


10 00 


" 


1 00 


(< 


4 32 


" 


15 00 


" 


15 00 


n 


1 50 


" 


20 00 


" 


5 38 


1 1 


70 


" 


7 00 


" 


100 21 


.< 


14 40 


" 


7 09 


" 


21 35 


i * 


1 50 


t I 


9 85 


« ( 


14 20 



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PAID ON ACCT. OF SETTLEMENT. 




COST. 


Cunningham, Ann Watertown, 




40 80 


Hendricksen, Herman wife and 3 children, Walpole, 




101 00 


Barratt, Mrs. John and 4 children, Lawrence, 




2 00 


Morrison, Henry F. wife and 2 children, Maynard. 




10 60 


Miscellaneous acct. 




278 00 


Medical attendance, 




208 00 


Temporary aid acct. 




•J69 52 


Military aid acct. 




75 00 


Lock-up acct. 




70 00 




$8,068 05 


RECEIPTS. 






Cash balance on hand, $ 15 


87 




Received appropriation, 8,000 


00 




Cash returned by State, etc. 711 


15 


$8,727 02 






Cash on hand with Town Treasurer, 


$ 658 97 



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

Overseers of the Poor 



REPORT OF BOARD OF HEALTH. 



To the Citizens of Hyde Paek : 

We have the honor to offer the following report for the 
year ending January 31, 1901 : — 

SURFACE DRAINAGE. 

In the past three years it has been the policy of the 
board to provide better surface drainage in such parts of 
the town as it seemed most necessary ; this policy has been 
pursued during the year. 

The principal work of this character has been the digging 
of a drain on the westerly side of the Providence Railroad, 
through a part of the Grew estate, from a point near the 
foot of Summer Street to the culvert at West Street, near 
bridge, and connecting with Stony Brook. 

In the Rugby District a continuation of former work was 
made by the putting in of a twenty inch pipe culvert across 
Blake Street, replacing an old stone drain that was practi- 
cally useless, and cleaning and straightening the water- 
courses lead ins: thereto. 

All other drains were cleaned when it became necessary, 
and it is apparent that this policy, if continued, will make 
as great, if not greater, improvement in the future in the 
health and comfort of the residents in all sections of the 
town. 

COLLECTION OF HOUSE AND STORE DIRT. 

As the result of many applications and complaints to this 
board, an article was inserted in the warrant calling the 
regular appropriation meeting of the year, to determine 
whether or not a sum of money be appropriated for the use 



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of this board in the collection of house and store dirt. 
It was voted that $2500 be appropriated for the purpose. 

On Monday, April 30, was begun a general clearing up 
of such ashes and garbage, teams being hired for the pur- 
pose, and on the 25th of May the regular routine work of 
collecting by team purchased for the purpose was begun. 
During the summer months, and until December 7, this one 
team made collections once a month in the residential por- 
tions of the town, and weekly in the business section. 

On December 7, another cart and harness was purchased 
and, a suitable horse being hired for a nominal sum for the 
balance of the winter, this additional team was placed in 
commission, collections being made every two weeks in 
residential portions. This step became necessary od 
account of the heavy increase in the amount ot refuse 
matter produced. 

During the nine months from April 30th to January 31st, 
there have been collected 3158 loads of ashes and rubbish, 
averaging seventeen barrels per load. The average number 
of loads per month is about 275, so that in the ensuing year 
the amount to be collected will be about the same as for the 
past nine months, consequently, the same amount as appro- 
priated last year will be sufficient to carry the work through 
satisfactorily. 

This work was a new departure in this town, and there 
were many conditions that were peculiar to the establish- 
ment of such a collection ; nevertheless, we feel that the 
continuance of the same system, with the co-operation of 
the householders in providing suitable receptacles for rub- 
bish and the protection of the same from the weather, will 
prove in every way to be of great advantage and value. 

SWILL COLLECTION. 
The same method has been pursued in the swill collection 
as in former years ; however, it appears to us, after long 



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consideration, that some change must be made soon. It will 
be necessary to purchase at least one new wagon next year, 
as it is improbable that the maintenance of the swill tank and 
house in its present location can continue much longer. 
Such purchases will have to be made with due regard for 
any change that may occur. 

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. 

We are able once more to report the great freedom from 
contagious diseases enjoyed in the town the past year. The 
town may well be congratulated on this condition when it is 
considered that in nearly every town and city about us 
schools have had to be closed on account of the prevalence ' 
of contagious disease. The same methods that have in the 
past proven so satisfactory have been pursued this year, 
and with the same gratifying results as before, and it is 
believed that these results can only be maintained by the 
free and continual use of disinfectants, and more complete 
isolation of all cases. 

Whole number of cases of contagious diseases reported 
during the year is 85, as against, 110 in '99, 142 in '98, and 
160 in '97, divided as follows : 

Scarlet Fever, . 40 cases, 1 death. 

Diphtheria and Mem. Croup, 
Measles, 
Typhoid Fever, 

Nineteen deaths from tuberculosis or consumption have 
occurred in the town during the past year, and it is readily 
seen that the number greatly exceeds the deaths from all 
contagious diseases combined. 

In the past two years it has been the custom to disinfect 
apartments where a death from consumption has occurred, 
if requested to do so by those connected with the household, 
and we wish it thoroughly understood that it is the desire 
of the board to be allowed to disinfect in any case of disease 



40 cases, 


1 


H " 


3 


18 " 





IS " 


« 1 



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that may occur. The work is done free of charge to the 
estate or occupant, and will injure nothing that may be in 
the rooms. 

It is believed that the number of scarlet fever cases could 
be lessened if this board were notified of all cases where 
patient does not seem ill enough to require the services of a 
physician. This would prevent those suffering from mild 
attacks from attending school, and thereby spreading the 
disease. 

During the past summer the board received notice of 
several cases of typhoid fever that seemed to have been 
communicated from a common cause, viz., the milk supply. 
The premises of the dealer were inspected, also the dairies 
where the milk was produced, and nothing was found that 
would lead us to think that the disease was communicated 
through the milk. This proved to be true, as no further 
cases could be connected with the previous ones, and the 
fact of their seeming common source must have been a 
coincidence. 

Antitoxin for diphtheria has been furnished free of charge 
in all cases when requested, and we feel that it has been the 
means of lessening the death rate from that dread disease to 
a marked degree. 

The board wish to express their thanks to the physicians 
of the town for their hearty co-operation in the reporting 
and care of contagious diseases. 

SEWERAGE. 

The number of connections with the common sewers have 
been less than was hoped for during the past year, and it 
would seem that the residents of the town do not appreciate 
the numerous advantages that would accrue to the town if 
it was more generally done. The schoolhouses, so far as is 
possible, should be provided with modern sanitary appli- 
ances and connected with the public, sewer. 



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COMPLAINTS. 

All persons making complaints to the Board of Health 
are requested to do so in writing over their own signatures. 
All such communications will be treated confidentially and 
no one who has just cause for complaint will suffer thereby. 

This department has in its possession and owned by the 
town 3 horses, 1 steel swill wagon, 1 box sled used in swill 
collection, 2 swill wagons of wood, 2 large dump carts, 5 
sets of cart harnesses, with necessary blankets, stable tools, 
etc., a valuable property which, under the circumstances, 
are kept in three different places on account of not being 
able to furnish proper stable room in one place. This fact 
has been frequently stated in the years past and the need of 
a proper stable and sheds for housing the property is 
apparent. 

Two new regulations relating to sewer connections, etc., 
and the collection of refuse, have been adopted by the 
board during the past year and will be found under Rules 
and Regulations. 

A copy of the report of Health Officer and Inspector of 
Plumbing is appended thereto. 

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

In accordance with the foregoing provision of law, this Boaid makes 
the following regulations, which will be strictly enforced r 

Regulation 1. Privy Vaults and Drains. Section I. Every tene- 
ment shall be provided with a water-tight underground 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 construct- 
ed 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 



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dwelling house, and shall be provided with a ventilation through the 
roof. The same shall uot be used as cesspools nor receive drainage 
from the premises. The contents shall not be allowed to leak out or 
otherwise become offensive. 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 
drains under ground to a cesspool sunk underground, which shall be of 
sufficient size to contain at least 80 cubic feet, and when not water-tight 
must be at least twenty feet from the cellar wall of any tenemeat or 
dwelling, and at least Ave feet distant from any adjoin ing lot or street. 
Cesspools shall be built in a thorough and substantial 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 sur- 
face water, and no person shall suffer any house drainage or other offen- 
sive matter to remain in any cellar, or upon any lot or vacant 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. 

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 I. The Board, when satisfied upon due ex- 
amination that a cellar, room, tenement, or building in the town occu- 
pied as a dwelling place, has beeome by reason of the number of occu- 
pants, want of cleanliness, or other cause, unfit for such purpose, 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 if the Board see fit they may require the same 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 jurisdiction of the 
town, any dead animals, filth, or offensive matter. 

Regulation 3. Swill and Offal. Section I. 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 offal (either animal or vegetable), or 
grease or bones, unless a permit be granted by the Board of Health upon 
such terms and conditions as said Board may deem necessary. 



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Section II. No person shall bury swill or house offal, or the contents 
of any cesspool, vault, privy or privv 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 house* in Hyde Park twice a week or ofteu- 
er, and all housekeepers and others are directed to deliver the same to 
those duly authorized to make such collections. 

Regulation i. Diseased Meat and Provisions. Section I. No per- 
son shall bring into the town, keep or offer for sale any diseased, putrid ) 
stale or unwholesome meat, vegetables or- provisions. 

Regulation 5. Swine. Section I. No person will be permitted to 
keep any swine within the limits of the towu of Hyde Park, without a 
written permit from the Board of Health. 

Regulation 6. Contagious Diseases. Section I. Any person sick 
with the smallpox or other contagious disease, together with all persons 
in attendance upon them, and the premises where such sick person is, 
will be subject to the control of the Board, and no person shall enter or 
leave a house wherein a person is, or has been sick with the disease, or 
in any way come in contact with the inmates of such house except by 
permission of the Board. 

Section II. "Whenever the Board of Health shall ascertain that any 
person is sick with smallpox, scarlet fever, diphtheria, or any other dis- 
ease 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 whereup6n is displayed a disease flag by day or a 
red light at night. 

Section IV. The bodies of all persons dying of smallpox, 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 persoa, and by those in 
attendance upon him, and all the furnishings of the sick room, thor- 
oughly disinfected before being taken from the room. In the above 
case no public funeral will be allowed without permission from 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 de- 
ceased, shall forthwith report the fact co 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 glanders 
in horses or cholera in swine), must immediately report the same to the 



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Board of Health. The penalty for neglect to do so is fine or imprison- 
ment. 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 nuisances 
and sources of filth injurious to the public health and safety, must be 
made in writing to the Board of Health, with a description of said nuis- 
ance aud of the premises on which it exists, with the owner's name, if 
known to the complainant. Such complaints must bear the signature of 
the complainant. Whenever such complaint shall be made as aforesaid, 
the Board of Health shall proceed to examine the premises complained 
of, and will take measures to abate the nuisance if such is found to 
exist. 

Regulation 8. Section I. No person, firm or corporation not now 
engaged in or working at the business of plumbing shall hearafter en- 
gage in or work at said business in the town of Hyde Park, either as a 
master or employing plumber or as a journeyman plumber, unless such 
person, firm or corporation first receives a "license therefor, in accord- 
ance 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 II. Any person desiring to eugage in or work at the business 
of plumbing, either as a master or employiug plumber, or as a journey- 
man plumber, shall apply to the Board of Health, and shall at such time 
and place as may be designated by the Board of Examiners appointed by 
the Beard of Health, as provided for in said Acts, to whom such appli- 
cation shall be referred, be examined as to his qualifications 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 III. The Board of Examiners shall examine said applicants 
as to their practical knowledge of plumbing, house drainage and plumb- 
ing ventilation, and if satisfied of the competency of the applicant, shall 
so certify to the Board of Health. Said Board will thereupon issue a 
license to such applicant authorizing him to engage in or work at the 
business of plumbing. The fees for a license for a master or employing 
plumber shall be two dollars ; for a journeyman plumber it shall be fifty 
cents. Said license shall be issued annually, expiring on the thirty-first 
day of May next ensuing, and shall be conditional on skilful work, and a 
strict observance of the rules governing plumbing. 

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



63 

Section V. No person shall proceed to construct, add to, or alter any 
portion of the drainage system (except to repair leaks) of any building 
in the town of Hyde Park, until plans showing in detail the whole drain- 
age system shall have been tiled at the office of the Board of Health, upon 
blanks in such form as the Board may determine; no person shall com- 
mence work on such drainage system until the plans are accepted by the 
Inspector of Plumbing and a permit of approval granted. Plans and 
specifications shall be approved or rejected within Ave days of the time 
of tiling. 

Kules and regulations for material, construction, etc., may be found in 
the town by-laws. 

Regulation 9. The Board of Health hereby adjudges that the deposit 
of sputum in street cars, public buildings, or churches is a public nuis- 
ance, source of tilth and cause of sickness, and hereby orders : That 
spitting upon any floor of any street car, public building or church be, 
and hereby is, prohibited. 

Regulation 10. No privy, vault or cesspool shall be established 
either upon premises situated upon a public or private street, court or 
passageway where there is a public sewer opposite thereto, or upon 
premises connected with a public or private sewer, without permission 
in writing first being obtained from the Board of Health of this town. 
And whenever there is a privy-yault or cesspool so situated which in the 
opinion of the Board of Health of this town is injurious to the public 
health, said Board of Health shall declare same to be a nuisance and 
forbid its continuance. 

Regulation 11. After the first cleariug up of ashes, beginning May 
1, all rubbish, ashes, etc., to be removed by town carts are to be placed 
in receptacles not larger than an ordinary flour barrel, and in places 
easily accessible to the collector. Vault filth, offal, bricks and mortar, 
gravel and garden shrubbery are not included in the above and will not 
be removed by the town. 



Fully believing that a large proportion of contagious diseases origi- 
nate from unsanitary conditioas, we trust that we shall have the aid of 
all citizens and property owners in carrying out the above regulations, 
which are based on statute laws, and the sanitary rules of our large 
towns. Respectfully submitted, 

WILLARD S. EVERETT, M.D., Ch'm, 
EDWIN C- FAR WELL, Secretary, 
WILLIAM W. SCOTT, 

Board of Health. 



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To Willard 8. Everett, M. D., Chairman, and Members 
of the Board of Health, Hyde Park, Mass. 

Gentlemen : — I herewith submit my fourth annual report 
as Health Officer and Inspector of Plumbing. 

It is with pleasure that I have again the privilege of report- 
ing a reduction in the number of cases of contagious diseases. 
The ratio of reduction in the number of cases seems to 
have continued throughout the past four years. The num- 
ber reported this year is but little more than half that of 
1897, the year previous to the establishment of the present 
methods for preventing contagious diseases. 

The method of making verbal complaint to individual 
members is somewhat crude and should be avoided when 
possible, that all complaints may come to the office of the 
Board, properly signed, as required by the statutes. 

A new charge has been added to the duties of this office, 
that of ash collection, and this has been", I feel, satisfactorily 
carried on for the past nine months. 

Something over one thousand feet of ditch for surface 
drainage has been dug, and the usual gratifying results 
have been attained. 

I would respectfully ask that the residents of the town be 
requested to provide suitable places and receptacles for 
ashes and swill in order that the collection of the same can 
be done more quickly. 

There have been posted in the last year 54 notices of 
contagious diseases, and on discharge have been thoroughly 
fumigated with formaldeheyde gas. In some twenty or 
more cases of diseases other than those quarantined the 
rooms have been disinfected, in all about 130 rooms. 

INSPECTION OF PLUMBING. 
There have been filed at this office 142 applications to do 
plumbing, of which 121 were in old houses and 21 in new. 



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There have been few minor violations of laws, which were 
immediately remedied, and I wish to thank the master and 
journeymen plumbers of the town for their hearty co-opera- 
tion od the line of better plumbing and sanitary conditions. 
The fixtures used in building are described as follows : 
Water closets, 178 ; bath tubs, 68 ; wash bowls, 86 ; sinks, 
156 ; wash trays, 39. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CALEB T. LOVELL, 
Inspector of Plumbing and Health Officer. 



ASSESSORS' REPORT. 





VALUATION STATISTICS. 






May 1, 1900. 


May 1, 1899. 


Buildings, 


$5,573,450 00 


$5,417,950 00 


Land, 


. 3,870,275 00 


3,867,925 00 


Total, 


$9,443,725 00 


$9,285,875 00 


Personal, 


1,110,525 00 


998,010 00 



Total Valuation, 



110,554,250 00 
Tax Rate, $17.80 



APPROPRIATIONS. 

1900. 
Town Tax, including overlayings, $161,995 44 
State Tax, 5,130 00 

County Tax, 8,397 32 

♦South Metro. Sewer Tax, 6,550 70 

Metro. Water Tax, 1,044 44 

Grade Crossings Tax, 11,147 77 



$194,265 65 
* Including High Level SewerTax, $1,896.41. 

1900. 

No. polls assessed, 3.200 

dwellings assessed. 2,329 

horses " 490 

cows " 153 

swine " 16 

acres land " 2,031 



$10,283,885 00 


Tax Rate, $20.00 


1899. 


$173,993 82 


5,130 00 


8.142 46 


15,241 73 


758 55 


8.873 14 


$212 139 70 


1899- 


3,231 


2.302 


495 


132 


20 


2,058 



PROPERTY EXEMPT FROM TAXATION. 

Churches, $260,100 00 

St. Raphael School Association. 23,500 00 

Harvard College, 875 00 

Peabody Home, 5,500 00 



Total, 



$289,975 00 
THOMAS E. FAUNCE, 
GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, 
FRANK GREENWOOD, 

Assessors. 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF 
EXPENDITURES. 



INCIDENTALS. 



Paid Delia Long, soldier's relief. $ 195 00 

Wm. F. Dodge, janitor services and cash 

paid out, 565 45 

F. C. Graham, burial expenses under chap. 
276 Acts 1896 and chap. 102 Acts of 
1900, 

F. R. Williams, labor and stock, 

R. U. Boynton, salary, Insp. ot Buildings 

J. W. Mills, supplies, 

Corson Express Co., carriage hire and ex- 
pressing, 

L. W. Parkhurst, keys and labor, 

Henry B. Terry, insurance premiums, 

S. R. Moseley, printing, advertising and 
postage, 

F. P. McGregor, printing and advertising, 

George Sanford, collecting taxes for years 
1897 and 1898, 

Adants, Cushing & Foster, stationery, 

Thorp, Martin Co., stationery, 

M. R. Warren Co., stationery, 

Geo. W. Smith, stationery, 

E. Q. Dyer, supplies, 

Wm. F. Dodge, rent of halls, 

E. A. W. Hammett, plans, 

Hyde Park Ice Cream Co., lunches, 

A. Raymond, carriage hire, 

S. B. Balkam & Co., coal, 

Henry A. Rich, rent of offices, 

Office, Bank & Literary Co., metallic fit- 
tings for vault and repairs, 361 85 



175 


00 


19 


33 


325 


00 


10 


65 


54 


90 


1 


10 


321 


71 


1,452 


85 


162 


00 


1,331 


56 


• 60 


70 


23 


80 


13 


85 




45 


26 


43 


330 


00 


17 


50 


15 


60 


28 00 


77 


00 


366 


64 



68 



Paid Dedham & Hyde Park Gas & Elec. Lt. Co., 

lighting and supplies, 
Hyde Park Elec. Lt. Co., lighting, 
Annie S. Murray, settlement in full for 

aceouut of damages, 
William Holtham, damage to wagon, 
Sampson— Murdock Co., directories, 
Henry B. Terry, returning and indexing 

births, marriages and deaths, 
W. 6. Adams, M. D., professional services, 

C. L. Farnsworth, lunches for election, 
Henry S. Bunton, treas., pay rolls for tel- 
lers and ballot clerks at elections, 

A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, 
J. H. Tuckerman, repairing chairs, 

D. H. Mcintosh, stationery, 
Clark & Mills, electrical work, 
H. C. Dimond Co., stencds, 
Dodge & Tyler, paper, 

F. W. Darling Co., coal, 

J. M. Kiggen, inspector of animals, 

James Murphy, carriage hire, 

John Crosby & Son, use of ambulance, 

Geo. Vj. Hunt, posting notices, 

F. Burbank & Co., stenographic work, 

Mahoney's Express, expressing, 

Adams Express Co., expressing, 

Henry M. Meek, blanks, 

H. M. Meek Publishing Co., blanks, 

N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., telephone service, 

Rich Bros., cloth, 

Jonn Crosby & Son, burial expenses under 

chap. 102, Acts 1900, 
W. H. Plummer, labor and stock, 
George W. Lockwood, secretary Board of 

Selectmen, 
Pekin Tea Co., cuspidores, 
Elizabeth K. Jenney, copying transfers, 
Frank B. Rich, rent offices, 
George L. Richardson, surveys, 
F. C. Graham, use of ambulance, 
Edna F. Davenport, typewriting. 



21 


33 


135 


00 


125 


00 


3 


90 


8 


00 


272 


15 


50 


00 


13 


35 


266 


00 


49 


75 


2 


50 


5 


65 


2 


50 


1 


25 


1 


00 


114 


25 


175 


00 




75 


5 


00 


4 


10 


29 


75 


1 


15 




90 


3 


00 


3 


75 


361 


05 


1 


50 


35 


00 


73 


84 


225 


00 


1 


40 


75 


00 


733 


28 


20 00 


6 


00 


3 


50 



69 



Paid Charles F. Jenney, professional services, 
U. Holzer, binding, 

Norfolk Registry of Deeds, recording fee, 
Henry B. Terry, examining title, 
Geo. W. Chapman, clerk Board of Assessors, 
E. R. Morse, repairing vanlt, 
H. R. Stone, supplies, 
Daniel O'Connell, serving dog warrant, 
George Sanford, copying and cash paid out, 
Woman's Relief Corps No. 35, lunches at 

election, 
The Carter's Ink Co., ink, 
W. E. Smalling, labor and supplies, 
W. D. Ward, stationery, 
Frost's Pharmacy, supplies, 
Edith 1. Higbee, copying, 
Henry B. Terry, services to registrar of 

voters, 
Alice Morrison, clerical services, 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, copy At- 
torney General's Opinions, 
C. E. Davenport, ice, 
Franci> Doane & Co., stationery, 
W. F. Dodge, gas stove, 
James E. Cotter, professional services, 
George W. Lockwood, cash paid out for 

Selectmen, 
A. Fisher, stationery, 

Henry B. Terry, services to Board of Se- 
lectmen, 
Library Bureau, cards, 
R. M. Burnes, office table, 
A. E. Elliott, labor and stock, 
Geo. W Lockwood, insurance premiums, 
Henry S. Bunton, insurance premiums, 
Boston Directory Publishing Co., directories, 
C. T. Lovell, labor and cash paid out, 
W. H. Barritt, photographs, 
Various physicians" birth returns, 
Various undertakers' death returns, 



75 


00 


77 


60 


1 


92 


5 


00 


rs, 250 


00 


15 


00 




30 


25 


00 


t, 32 


75 


42 


75 


4 


40 


24 


90 




50 


7 


25 


14 


55 


70 


00 


45 


00 


2 


00 


27 


13 


13 


00 


5 


00 


330 


00 


29 35 


6 


80 


. 200 


00 


1 


60 


4 


50 




80 


219 


75 


50 


98 


;s, 4 


00 


10 


60 


11 


50 


69 


25 


45 


75 




— $10,490 90 



70 

Cr. 
By balance unexpended from last year, $ 1,076 60 

Appropriation, 11,000 00 



$12,076 60 
10,490 90 

Balance unexpended, $ 1,665 70 

Note — Of this balance $414 set apart by town for assessors' 
plans. 

HIGHWAYS. 

Paid Henry S. Bunton, Treas., labor as per pay 
rolls, 
F. W. Sawtelle & Co., gravel, sand, etc. 
A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, 
M. O'Connor, blacksmithing, 
J. W. Hudson, 

E. Q. Dyer, supplies, 
Hyde Park Electric Lt. Co., lighting, 
Daniel S. Kennedy, harness work and sup- 
plies, 

F. W. Conn, blacksmithing, 
P. H. Rooney. labor, _ 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber and cemeDt, 
John Johnston, repairing and blacksmith 

work, 

Geo. E. Whiting, use of ledge (2 years), 

Babcock Varnish Co., varnish, 

Dodge & Tyler, grain, 

Chas. F. Morrison, labor, 

Corson Express Co., expressing and use of 
teams, 

Harrington, King & Co., hardware, 

Benjamin Rafter, labor and stock, 

James Mackintosh, harness work and sup- 
plies, 

W. E. Smalling, labor and stock, 

Massachusetts District Police, inspecting 
boilers, 

Peter Shepherd, concreting, 

American Steam Guage Co., repairing and 

stock, 3 50 



$8,913 88 


104 20 


75 


33 


40 


50 


67 


50 


314 03 


41 


28 


42 


40 


37 


25 


12 


80 


748 


83 


192 


80 


350 


00 


21 


60 


629 


73 


2 


00 


24 05 


11 


64 


24 


24 


47 


25 


60 


36 


4 


00 


749 


71 



71 



Paid George H. Sampson, supplies. 

Hancock Inspirator Co., inspirator, 

H. A. Collins & Co., grain, 

Walworth Mfg. Co., supplies, 

J. L. & H. K. Potter & Co., wagon and 

supplies, 
N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., telephone service, 
Dr. A. M. M. Soule, professional services, 

C. C. Chisholm, concreting, 
Harry R. Stone, oil, 

R. E. Cherrington, labor and stock, 

James G. Bolles, labor and stock, 

Geo. O. King, stone, 

Am. Tool & Machine Co., labor and stock, 

Rich Bros., cloth, 

John T. Langford, pipe, 

George Miles, oil and supplies, 

F. S. Hall, rent of building, 

Wm. McDonald, gravel, 

Hyde Park Water Co., connecting fountain, 

Geo. H. Lincoln & Co., rims and covers, 

F. W. Darling Co., grain and cement, 

Austin Ford & Son, stone, 

D. W. Mahoney, labor, 

Sudbury Oil & Supply Co., dressing, 
Jos. Breck & Son. stone boat, 
Hyde Park Water Co., pipes, 
T. H. Corrigan, stone and gravel, 
Glover & Willcomb. gravel, 
Walter W. Shaw, posts, 

C. G. Norris, cash paid out, 
R. Williams, labor, 

Town of Hyde Park, sewer dept , drain pipe, 
Estate of George C. Whorf, drain pipe, 

D. W. Lewis, drain pipe, 

E. S. Alden, supplies, 

A. H. Richardson, Jr , lumber, 

Warren W. Hilton, labor, 

Dedham & Hyde Park Gas & Elec. Lt. Co., 

tar, 
W. H. Plummer, labor and stock, 
Alfred Foster, stone, 



38 10 


8 75 


134 


66 


22 


30 


94 97 


33 


73 


23 


75 


560 


95 


6 


96 


3 60 


2 


10 


60 62 


14 


19 


3 


15 


67 


66 


2 


83 


18 


00 


66 50 


18 


11 


43 


21 


127 


30 


75 


00 


13 


00 


5 


75 


7 


00 


50 


24 


258 


70 


186 


00 


58 


00 


1 


45 


174 84 


7 


20 


40 


00 


7 


20 


2 


99 


111 


05 


97 


25 


21 


00 


26 


17 


33 


50 



Paid C. T. Griffiths, supplies, 

D. H. Mcintosh, stationery, 

E. W. Everson, crushed stone, 
Joseph Barme, gravel, 
Chas. F. Mulliken, polish, 
George Tacey, labor, 
Arthur T. Rogers, gravel and stone, 
J. A. Carlisle, gravel, 
Henry S. Grew, gravel, 
S. A. Tucker, gravel, 
George E. Whiting, gravel, 
Monitor OirReflning Co., oil and dressing, 
H. H. Harvey, iron, 

Cr. 

By balance unexpended from last year, 
Appropriation, 
Street assessments, 

Balance unexpended, 



1 


60 


2 


25 


158 


16 


3 


20 


1 


50 


3 


00 


10 


75 


2 


40 


124 


70 


6 


60 


37 


50 


8 


00 


1 


93 




ffiH 405 43 


$ 1,127 


14 


18,000 


00 


786 


83 




<ciq on 97 




tjpiv'jt/lt/ «7 1 




$ 4,508 54 



POLICE. 

Paid *Henry S. Bunton, Trelis., police services, 

as per pay rolls, 
Neponset Electric Manfg. Co., repairing 

lights, 
Readville Electric Co., labor and stock, 
J. W. Mills, supplies, 
Pekin Tea Co., cuspidors, 
F. W. Darling Co., coal, 
E. Q. Dyer, supplies, 
Hyde Park Electric Tight Co , lighting, 
New England Tel. & Tel. Co., telephone 

service, 
W. G. Adams, professional services, 
A. Raymond, carriage hire, 
Wilton Steam Laundry, laundry worK, 
Dodge & Tyler, paper, 
Clark & Mills, electrical supplies, 
T. J. Dolan, plumbing. 
S. R. Moseley, printing, 



,274 73 



1 


50 


1 


55 


3 


40 


1 


00 


90 


15 


11 


68 


94 


80 


82 


18 


9 


00 


13 


00 


2 


49 


1 


00 


1 


78 


3 


50 


4 


00 



73 

Paid W. H. Barritt, photograph, 

J. H. O'Connor, professional services, 
J. McDermott, plumbing, 
Thorp & Martin Co., stationery, 
James Hayes, labor and stock, 
Benj. Rafter, labor and stock, 
Rich Bros., supplies, 
C. E. Davenport, ice, 
F. W. Swett, electrical work, 

Cr. 

By Balance unexpended from last year, 

Amount of appropriation, 

$9,455 48 

Balance unexpended, $700 31 

* Note —Salary of Chief of Police is $1300; patrolmen, 
Special officers receive $2.50 per day. 



2 


00 


7 


00 


92 


50 


4 


70 


10 


00 


36 


41 


1 


49 


9 


40 


2 


91 


> 655 


4* 


8,800 


00 



1,755 17 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Paid *Henry S. Bunton, Treas., drivers, steward, 

supt. of fire alarm, as per pay rolls, $3,925 33 
Corson Express Co., use of team and ex- 
pressing, > 27 45 
Burton Oil Co., oil, 2 00 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lighting, 185 28 

E. Q. Dyer, supplies, 71 91 
Thomas Groom & Co., stationery, 3 25 
James Mackintosh, harness supplies and 

repairing, 25 00 

Cornelius Callahan Co., repairing and 

supplies, 
B. B. Kivlin, labor, 

F. W. Sawtelle & Co., grain and coal, 
Soley & Smith, labor, 
John Johnston, repairing and blacksmith- 

ing, 
Mrs. J. J. Dillingham, washing, 
Dodge & Tyler, grain, 
Hyde Park Water Co., connecting hose No. 

3 house, 33 36 



73 


00 


35 


40 


136 


54 


1 


40 


99 


40 


13 


00 


150 


04 



74 



Paid Geo. M. Stevens, battery and fire alarm 

supplies, 
George Miles, supplies, 
H. A. Collins & Co , grain, 
F. W. Darling Co., coal and grain, 
S. B. Balk mi & Co., coal and lumber, 
J. A. & W. Bird & Co., chemicals, 
S. A. Tuttle, elixir, 
Ralph W. Balkam, professional services 

and supplies, 
J. W. Hudson, blacksmithing, 
Scrannage Bros., repairing, 
Broad Gauge & Iron Works, slots, 
Margaret Jenkins, washing, 
A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, 
New England Tel. & Tel. Co., telephone 

service, 
Hyde Park Furniture Co., mattress and 

chair?, 
J. H. Tuckerman, shades, 
Hook and Ladder Co., 
Hose Co. No. 1, 
Hose Co. No. 2, 
Hose Co. No 3, 
Chemical Co., 

J. C. McDougald, services as chief engineer 
Willis G. Robinson, services as engineer, 
J. H. Wetherbee, services as engineer, 
J. H. Weatherbee, clerk board ol engineers, 

and cash paid out, 
Arthur French, dressing, 
Rich Bros., dry goods, 
Henry K. Barnes & Co., Qre dept. supplies, 
T. Murphy, blacksmithing, 
Frank Kunkel, labor and stock, 
Wm. G. Adams, professional services, 
Stewart McKenzie, repairing, 
F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 
Miller Smoke Protector Co., protectors, 
Daniel S. Kennedy, harness supplies and 

repairing, 
H. A. Holder, electrical work, 



594 74 


34 


41 


190 


09 


228 


05 


171 


96 


18 


OS 


2 00 


20 85 


47 75 


4 55 


18 


00 


28 


20 


236 


40 



177 95 



20 


00 


3 


07 


806 


25 


675 


00 


375 


00 


371 


88 


225 


00 


150 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 


32 


75 


1 


lo 


6 


65 


167 


00 


32 


25 


17 


8 J 


4 


00 


2 


25 


66 


54 


10 


30 


36 


30 


17 


64 



Jo 

Paid M. Galligan, supplies, 
C. W. H. Moulton, stays, 
N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., rent of land, 
R. Burnes, table, 
S. J. Kivlin, washing, 
Chicago Flexible Shaft Co., belt machine, 
W. G. Robinson, labor and stock, 
C. E. McDonald, blacksmithing, 

Cr. 

By Balance unexpended from last year, 
Amount of appropriation, 

Balance unexpended, 

* Note. — Drivers and permanent men receive a salary of $700 
per year; steward and superintendent of alarm, $900 per year. 



6 48 




4 00 




15 00 




7 50 




I 00 




20 00 




67 67 




4 50 







$ 9853 93 


$ 848 41 




10,450 00 




$11 QOQ A A 


<t 


,w t 




$1,444 51 



REPAIRS TO ENGINE HOUSE. 

Paid Richard F. Boynton, preparing estimate, $ 3 00 
S. R. Moseley. advertising, 2 00 

Benjamin Rafter, labor and stock, as per 

contract, and extra labor, 1,504 83 

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

rolls, 
C. C Chisholm, concreting, 
H. A. Holder, electrical work, 
Peter Shepheid, concreting, 
Chas. E. Palmer, painting, 

Cr. 

By Balance of appropriation, March 24, 1897, 
Amount of appropriation, 

Balance unexpended, $17 16 

SALARIES. 

Paid Frank B. Rich, services as selectman, $200 00 

Fred Y French, " ' 200 00 

Edward Q. Dyer, " 200 00 

John Johnston, •' 200 00 

Alonzo W. Dunbar, " 200 00 



12 


60 






8 


50 






65 


00 






13 


08 






150 


00 


$1,759 


01 








30 


17 






1,800 


00 











$1,830 


17 



76 

Paid Henry B. Terry, services as town clerk, 250 00 

Henry S.Bunton, " town treasurer, 500 00 
George Sanford, " tax collector, 
$700 (year 1899) (on account), $500 
(year 1900), (on account), 1,200 00 

Thomas E. Faunce, services as assessor, 300 00 

Frank Greenwood, " 300 00 

Geo. W. Chapman, " 300 00 

W. S. Everett, services on Board of Health, 100 00 

Wm. W. Scott, " 100 00 

E. C. Farwell, " 100 00 

Charles Lewis, services as overseer of poor, 150 00 

George E. Haven, " 150 00 

George W. Chapman, " 150 00 

Henry B. Terry, services, registrar of voters, 40 00 

Arthur T. Rogers, " 40 00 

John B. Chadbourne, " 40 00 

Wm. S. O'Brien, " (1-2 year), 20 00 

Wm. F. Mclntyre, " (1-2 year), 20 00 

David Perkins, services, sewer commissioner, 100 00 

Wm. U. Fairbairn, " 100 00 

Charles Haley, " 100 00 

Charles F Jenney, services cemetery com'r, 50 00 

Clarence U. Meiggs, < 50 00 

Geo. E. Whiting, " 50 00 

Howard Thompson, sevicesas auditor, 25 00 

Calvin P. Fellows, " 25 00 

PaulR. Radford, " 25 00 



$5,285 00 



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

Balance unexpended, 



$1,000 
5,585 



$6,585 00 
$1,300 00 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

CURRENT EXPENSES. 

Paid Elizabeth Ainsworth, librarian, $500 00 

M. A. Hawley, asst. librarian, 399 97 

G. L. Adams, " 240 00 

E. J. Chandler, janitor, 500 00 



77 



Paid R. G. Cherrington, assistant, 
H. Stavers, " 

J. Winchenbaugh, janitor, 
F. W. Darling Co., coal, 
W. B. Kollock, insurance, 
J. H. Pray & Sons, carpets, 
J. A. Paine, bookcases, 
T. F. Galvin, shrubs and plants, 
H. D. Noyes & Co., periodicals, 

F. J. Barnard & Co., binding, 
Dedham & H. P. G. & E. L. Co., 
Hyde Park E. L. Co., lighting, 
E. B. Silliman, rubber pads, 
P. P. Caproni & Bros., busts, 
Library Bureau, furnishings, 
Corson's Express, expressage, 
Mahoney's Express, expressage, 
J. Jackson, cases, 
W. H. Barritt, photographs, 

G. H. Ellis, printing, 
B. E. Phillips, painting, 
E. Q. Dyer, hardware, 

E. M. Cundall, expressage, 
J. Powderly, 
R Hollins & Co., lamps, 
J. Haigh, carting, 

S. R. Moseley, cards and printing 

T. Corrigan, loan, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., plumbing, 
P. H. Foster & Co., printing, 
Foster Bros., pictures, 
Carter, Rice & Co., paper, 
A. Raymond, moving, 
S. Ward & Co., ink and mucilage, 
Library Art Club, subscription, 
Hyde Park Times, 
E. T. Home, Stoddard lectures, 
E. Ainsworth, extra labor, 
E. J. Chandler, supplies, 





12 50 




14 50 




20 83 




420 49 




180 00 




118 35 




67 83 




220 00 




176 80 




228 90 


lighting, 


71 68 




158 18 




16 33 




52 70 




57 04 




14 65 




12 36 




24 00 




15 50 




55 44 




7 55 




4 77 




19 50 


» 


1 50 




6 00 




8 50 




$ 6 50 


D> 


I 16 75 




18 00 


4 


3 55 




6 26 




70 00 




21 60 




16 88 


1 


3 25 




10 00 




2 75 




22 50 




8 67 




44 53 



$,877 10 



78 

Cr. 
By Balance unexpended, $ 122 88 

Appropriation, 3,800 00 

$3,922 88 

Balance unexpended, $45 78 



BOOKS. 



Paid Little, Brown & Co., 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 
S. L. Rood, 
J. G. Martin, 
Lee & Shepard, 
Bradley & Whidden, 
T. T. Freger, 
Damrell & Upham, 
International Society, 
Boston Book Co., 
B. Appleton & Co., 

By Balance unexpended, 
Appropriation, 



Cr. 



>682 37 




23 67 




2 50 




7 50 




18 53 




40 00 




5 00 




3 75 




65 00 




2 50 




6 00 






$856 82 




21 17 




843 64 






$864 81 





Balance unexpended, $7 99 



CEMETERY EXPENDITURES. 

Paid Pay roll, $880 21 

Superintendent's salary, 350 00 

A. Wellington, dynamite caps, 1 00 

E. A. Hanimett, surveying, 12 55 

Ames Plow Co., hand-cart, rakes v etc. 34 90 

Wilkinson & Co., handles, 1 68 

Quinnepac Co., fertilizers, 47 10 

S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber, 29 06 

•«. cement, 13 75 

L. F. Upham, canvas covering, 25 00 

Freight. 3 51 

Express, 2 60 

Hyde Park Water Co. 22 60 

Nishler Bros., markers, 16 31 

Repairing and grinding lawn mowers, 6 00 



79 



Paid Bougardus lowering device, 


58 80 




Philander Allen, markers, 


12 


50 




Quincy Dyer, hardware. 


2 


70 




J. Hudson, sharpening picks, etc., 


6 


05 




N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co. 


12 


50 


$1,538 82 


Cr. 
By balanie in treas. Feb. 1, 1900, 


$5,970 


90 


Jan. 31, 1901, sale of lots, 


1,770 


00 




" sale of single graves, 


370 


00 




Interments and tomb fees, 


501 


00 




Foundations, 


120 


87 




Wood, 


4 


00 




Labor, 




00 


$8,737 77 








Balance unexpended, 


$7,198 95 



STREET RAILWAY TAX. 

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

rolls, $2,446 04 

Cr. 

Appropriated, Jan. 24, 1900, $4,515 13 



$2,446 04 
$4,515 13 



Balance unexpended, $2,069 09 



STREET WATER. 

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

rolls, $2,891 73 

A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, » 20 56 

J. L. & H. K. Potter, water cart and supplies, 379 06 
Boston Belting Co., washers, 
Hyde Park Water Co., placing crane, 
John Johnston, repairing, 
Hyde Park Water Co., water, 
Jane W. Scott, water, 

Cr. 
By Balance unexpended from last >ear, 
Appropriation, 

Balance unexpended, $652 87 





78 




16 


00 




3 


70 




728 


28 




9 


42 


$4,049 53 






! 202 


47 




4,500 


00 









$4,702 47 



80 
BEACON STREET DRAIN. 

(LAND.) 

Paid John Gunn and Sarah Gunn, land, $ 84 00 

Alfred Foster, land, 322 80 

Jane Maxim, land, 42 00 



Cr. 

By Appropriation, $500 00 



$448 80 
$500 00 



Balance unexpended, $51 20 



BEACON STREET DRAIN. 

(CONSTRUCTION.) 
Paid Henry S. Bunton, Treas., labor, as per pay 

rolls, $360 00 



Cr. 
By Appropriation, $360 00 



$360 00 
$360 00 



STREET LIGHTS. 

Paid Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lighting, as 



per contract, 


$9,724 95 


Chas. T. Peck, lighting, 


155 17 


G. W. Morse & Co., resetting glass, 


9 25 




ff) con 07 


Cr. 




By Balance unexpended from last year, 


$ 967 84 


Appropriation, 


10,000 00 

•5510 067 84 


Balance unexpended, 


$1,078 47 


PUBLIC PARKS. 




Paid John A Haigh, trimming trees, 


$3 00 


J. A. Ainsworth, trimming trees, 

Cr. 


4 75 
$ 7 75 


By Balance unexpended from last year, 


$1,511 75 
$1,511 75 


Balance unexpended, 


$1,504 00 



81 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

Paid Timothy Ingraham Post 121, G. A. R., $200 00 

Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, $200 00 



FIRE HYDRANTS. 

Paid Hyde Park Water Co., hydrant service, $5,675 00 

Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, $5,675 00 



INSURANCE. 




Paid W. G. Rose, insurance premiums, 


$127 04 


Frank Gair Macomber, " 


100 00 


Henry B. Terry, " 


165 50 


C. E. Roberts, mgi\, " 


62 50 


Henry S. Bunton, " 


144 96 



— $600 00 
Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, $600 00 



BOARD OF HEALTH. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

By balance unexpended, $ 

Appropriation, 

Paid C. T. I.ovell, Insp., and H. O. paid out, 
Readville Electric Co., lamps, 
Mrs. F. Hukin, collecting swill, 
P. Anderson, " 

A. G. Matthews, «' 

J. Hodgkins, sign boards, 
J. Johnston, tip cart and labor, 
J. G. Bolles, stock, 
P. Murphy, shoeing, 
Towel Supply Co., 
W. W. Scott, paid out and horse, 
Studley Simpson, stock, 
Melvin Badger, formaldehyde, 



206 


87 


6.500 


$933 57 


3 


60 


702 00 


702 


00 


702 


Q0 


16 


50 


136 05 


11 


91 


14 25 


9 00 


52 


00 


4 


20 


45 


40 



1706 87 



82 



Paid J. A. Crowley, supplies. 
C. E. Yeaton, patterns, 
H. L. Willard, carriage, 
Hill, Whitney & Wood, 
W. S. Everett, paid out, 
Myer, Abrams & Co., horse, 
E. C. Farwell, services, 
Wm. Shea, labor, 
J. Wills, 
O. Dennett, 
J. Furdon, 
P. Martin, 
J. Corrigan, 
T. C. Corrigan, labor, 
T. R. Corrigan, 
J. A. Corbett, 
J. Collins, 
W. Crawtord, 
A. J. Foley, 
W. O'Connor, 
P. Rooney, 
J. Rooney, 
P. Gilmartin, 
E. Burke, 
W. White, 
T. Sweeney, 
E. Lavender, 
P. Butler, 
J. McDonald, 
W. J. Donahue, 
N. Condon, 
P. Ryan, 
J. McGrath, 
T. Quigley, 
M. M. Jordan, 
J. Corbett, 
S. Allen, 
J. Donahue, 
D. Mahoney, 
J. Barry, 
W. White, 



2 35 
5 03 

21 00 

3 59 
8.40 

162 50 
200 00 
306 76 

1 60 

418 25 

235 75 

161 40 

92 75 

9 35 

16 85 
10 95 
33 70 

17 95 

18 15 
14 45 
37 85 

17 95 
70 21 

18 83 

19 90 
36 25 
10 95 
19 70 
17 10 
19 90 
19 70 
19 70 
36 95 
21 50 
19 90 
17 92 

16 70 

17 05 
14 65 

105 00 
16 85 



83 

Paid J. Donovan, labor, 10 95 

L. Corrigan, " 7 50 

J. Martin, " 19 80 

H. O'Brien, " 37 30 

H. McDermott, " 7 20 

J. McKenna, " 10 80 

M. Loftus, " 8 75 

C. White, " 1 11 
Carter Carter, formadehyde, 22 00 
Mass. Assn. B. of H. 4 50 
Red Cross Co., disinfectant, 3 20 
J. Bedlmgton, labor, 1 00 
F. P. MeGregor, printing and advertising, 16 25 
M. O'Connor, shoeing, 18 00 
Dr. J. M. Kiggen, services, 14 00 

E. Q Dyer, hardware, 35 75 

A. Raymond, carriage, 2 00 

F. Kunkel, tip cart, repairs, 126 00 
S. R. Moseley, printing and advertising, 27 00 

D. O'Connell, services, 11 80 

C. H. Leeds, books, 17 00 
F. C. Norton, labor, 3 00 
F. W. Sawtelle, hay and grain, 98 28 

D. S. Kennedy, harness, etc., 87 55 

F. W. Darling, hay, 14 92 
W. G. Lugton, rent and shoes, 44 05 
J. Mackintosh, harness, 39 35 
J. Snellgrove, carriage, 2 00 
M. Gelewitz, rubber boots, 13 15 

B. Rafter, tool box and repairs, 12 89 
S. B. Balkam. lumber, « 7 11 

C. J. Russell, labor, 1 00 
H. E. Jenkins, labor, 3 00 
Corson Express, 3 85 
J. W. Mills, oil, 77 

G. M. Brewer, formaldehyde, 26 40 
H. A. Collins, oats, 8 80 
Dr. H. N. Hill, services, - 6 00 

$6,424 84 

Balance unexpended, $282 03 



84 

Received from sale of swill and from other sources : 
Balance unexpended, $49 54 

Sale of Swill from Jan. 31, 1900, to Jan. 31, 1901, 154 50 
E. S. Grew, for ditch, 77 09 



Paid E. C. Farwell, paid out, 


7 27 


Mass Asso. B. of H. 


19 95 


Express, 


4 16 


C. T. Lovell, services and paid out, 


14 00 


McGrath, dog, 


1 00 


J. Daffy, labor, 


50 


C. J. Russell, labor, 


1 00 


W. Caldwell, care of swill, 


10 00 


W. W. Scott, paid out, 


1 80 


W. S. Everett, paid out, 


2 00 


Towel Supply, 


3 00 


Lovejoy, 


30 


F. Farrell, labor, 


1 00 



$281 13 



$ 65 98 
Balance unexpended, $215 15 



SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 





SALARIES. 








SUPERINTENDENT. 






Paid F. 0. Draper, 




$2,600 00 











$2,500 00 




HIGH SCHOOL. 






Paid M. S. Getchell, 




$1,900 00 




Emerson Rice, 




1,300 00 




A. W. Lowe, 




800 00 




M. C. Howard, 




800 00 




A. M. Linscott, 




800 00 




R. P. Bridgman, 




650 00 




M. E. Woodworth 




300 00 




B. M. Hooker, 




300 00 




M. E. Houston, 




325 00 




E. L. Bishop, 




300 00 




L. J. Wood, 




300 00 











$7,775 DO 




DAMON SCHOOL. 






Paid G. L. Farley, 




$1,000 00 




E de Senancour, 




500 00 




J. E. Donovan, 




500 00 




F. E. Barker, 




450 00 











$2,450 00 




AMOS WEBSTER SCHOOL. 






Paid S. W. Mendell, 




$475 00 




E. J. Jones, 


« 


392 50 




A. R. Lincoln, 




367 50 




E. G. Plnmmer, 




450 00 




G. S. Mitchell, 




40 00 




M. E. Gray, 




40 00 


$1,765 00 


. 






GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 






Paid D. G. Thompson, 




$1,400 00 




F. A. Pntnam, 




495 00 




A. I. Childs, 




487 50 




H. P. Cleaves, 




550 00 





86 



Paid M. D. Ballou, 


450 00 




C. E. Johnson, 


225 00 




M. C. McDonough, 


225 00 




H. Balkam, 


412 50 




B. J. Rich, 


450 00 




H. M. Gidney, 


200 00 




H. F. Packard, 


250 00 




E. Wood, 


40 00 


$5,185 00 






BUTLKR SCHOOL. 






Paid G. B. Gidney, 


$250 00 




A. E. Haley, 


200 00 








$ 450 00 


GREW SCHOOL. 




Paid F. H. Dean, 


$1,400 00 




E. W. Harvey, 


250 00 




M. E. Bertram, 


500 00 




L. H. Littlefleld, 


500 00 




A. F. Gragg, 


212 50 




G. Osborne, 


412 50 




F. E. Harlow, 


500 00 




A. J. Campbell, 


500 00 




N. M. Howes, 


500 00 




,?. F. Ellis, 


450 00 




B. Sparrell. 


500 00 


$5,725 00 


FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 




Paid A. W. Armstrong, 


$1,400 00 




S. L. Gile, 


500 00 




N. T. Mellen, 


500 00 




M. E. LeBourveau, 


450 00 




S. A. Coggeswell, 


382 50 




H. F. Packard, 


250 00 




J. S. Hammond, 


500 00 




N. L. Ballou, 


450 00 




H. O. Thompson, 


500 00 




A. H. Petrie, 


67 50 ' 


$5,000 00 


WELD SCHOOL. 





Paid M. E. Merrow, 



$425 00 



Paid D. F. Hastings, 
Paid B. H. Hamblin, 
Paid A. M. Kimball, 
Paid H. V. Harwood, 



HBMENWAY SCHOOL. 



MUSIC. 



DRAWING. 



TRUANT OFFICER-IN-CHIKF. 



$500 00 
$700 00 
$450 00 
$250 00 



JANITORS. 
Paid O. A. Cook, High, 

A. W. Henderson, Damon, 

G. F. Wellington, Hemenway, 
Albert Cook, Butler, 
J. T. McConnell, Weld, 

B. H. Howes, Fairmount, 
J. A. Peterson, Grew, 

Geo. McDonald, Greenwood, 

I. H. Winchenbaugh, Amos Webster 



$540 00 




480 00 




200 00 




72 00 




250 00 




540 00 




540 00 




540 00 




400 00 






$3,562 00 






$36,729 50 



Paid F. W. Darling Co 



FUEL. 

28 1-5 tons coal, High, $135 73 

3 '« Butler, 18 75 
15« " Greenw'd, 72 46 
10 " Fairm't, 48 30 

1 cd. 1 ft. pine wood, A. W. 6 13 

4 ft. hard wood A. Webster, 4 00 

2 1-2 cds. pine wood, Grew, 13 50 

2 1-2 cds. 
1-2 cds. 

3 1-4 cds: 
2 cds. 6 ft. 
2 1-2 cds. 
1 cd. 



Damon, 13 75 
Hemenw'y, 2 75 

High, 17 38 
Greewood, 13 62 
Fairm't, 13 50 

Weld, 5 50 



Paid F. W. Sawtelle & Co., 52 ton 905 lbs. coal, Gr'n'd, 250 20 
53 ton 1540 lbs. coal, Fairmount, 256 48 
A.Webster, 194 84 
High, 127 35 

Grew, 362 19 

Weld, 71 38 

Damon, 188 59 
Hemenway, 38 16 
Butler, 14 33 



40 ' 


' 1695 


26 ' 


' 1395 


75 ■ 


' 1800 


14 ' 


' 1930 


39 ' 


' 1075 


8 ' 


' coal 


3 ' 


' coal 



$1,868 87 



Paid salaries, 
fuel, 



RECAPITULATION. 



Cr. 



Balance unexpended from last year, 
Amount of appropriation, 



136,749 50 
1,868 87 
$38,618 37 

$1,210 90 
39,000 00 
$4 ',210 90 



Balance unexpended, 



$1,592 53 



SCHOOL INCIDENTALS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 
Paid A. L. Perry, sundries, 

Corson Express Co., expressage, 

L. W. Parkhurst, labor and stock, 

J. H. Tuckerraan, repairs, 

M. S. Getchell, cash paid for ribbon, etc. 

B. L. Whitman, address and expenses, 
Wm. Read & Sons, screws, 

F. M. Paine, tuning piano, 
W. B. Bagster & Co., 6 chairs, 
P. Sweeney, labor, 

J. G. Hamblin, painting school building, 

S. R. Moseley, printing, 

Readville Electric Co., labor and stock, 

W. G Robinson, labor and stock, 

R. E. Cherrlngton, labor and stock, 

Samuel Albee, sundries, 

G. H. Adler, shades, 

W. D. Ward, repairs and sundries, 
Electric Light Power and Construction Co. 

labor and stock, 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber, 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., plumbers, labor and 

stock, 

D. & H. P. G. & El. Lt. Co., gas, 

" electricity, 

" fixtures, 

E. D. Jones, labor and stock, 
John Haigh, labor, 

F. J. Townsend, salary as armorer, etc 

C. De Lano, expenses, 

H. A. Collins & Co., sundries, 

F. P. McGregor, printing, 

A. P. Bickmore, stands, mats and shades, 





31 




50 


3 


40 


6 


75 


5 


75 


50 00 




50 


2 


00 


29 70 


10 


00 


340 


10 


32 


25 


12 


55 


15 


88 


9 


50 


2 


40 


1 


50 


3 


60 


1 


00 


2 


25 


15 


85 


231 


65 


30 


98 


14 


92 


30 


20 


22 


30 


10 


00 


15 


20 


9 


00 


2 


42 


61 


40 


30 CO 



90 

Paid Clark & Mills, labor and stock, 

Chas. Haley, carpenter, labor and stock, 

Rich Bros., dry goods, 

C. T. Griffiths, labor and stock, 

R. N. Burnes, couch and rug, 

E. J. Peterson, labor, 



AMOS WEBSTER SCHOOL. 
Paid Neponset El. & Mfg. Co., repairs, 
Knight & Thomas, fire extinguisher, 
L. W. Parkhurst. labor and stock, 
Clark & Mills, labor and stock, 
A. L. Perry, sundries, 
T. Sweeney, labor, 
E. J. Peterson, labor and stock, 
El. Lt. Power & Con. Co., labor and stock, 
Chas. Haley, labor and stock, 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 
I. T. Winchenbaugh, labor, 



8 


15 


253 


60 


3 


30 


4 


85 


33 


50 


58 


25 


$ 2 00 


13 


50 


1 


50 


2 


60 


1 


30 


25 


20 


3 


20 




50 


36 


40 


15 


76 


20 


77 


56 


25 



BUTLER SCHOOL. 
Paid F. W. Gle son & Co., labor and stock, 
E. J. Peterson, labor, 
P. Sweeney, labor, 
Albert Cook, 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 

J. W. JigSfer, labor and stock, 

F. H. Dean reslating blackboard, 



DAMON SCHOOL. 
Paid Neponset Elec. & Mfg. Co., labor, 
P. Sweeney, labor, 
H. MeElwain, reslating blackboard, 
J. A. Cross, labor and stock. 
S. R. Moseley, printing, 
J. A. Crowley, sulphur candles, 
W. E. Sraalling, labor and stock, 
Jordan, Marsh & Co., flag, 



$1,365 51 



$ 7 


90 


1 


00 


14 00 


7 


10 


2 


20 


6 


55 


4 


94 


* 2 


00 


10 


00 


80 53 


58 


70 


1 


25 


1 


00 


23 


20 


5 


00 



$178 98 



$ 43 69 



91 

Paid E. J. Peterson, labor and stock, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., stock, 

G. H. Champlin & Co., piano, 
E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 
Chas. Haley, labor and stock, 
Rich Bros., dry goods, 

A. W. Henderson, labor, 
H. R. Stone, sundries, 



3 


20 


10 00 


75 


00 


8 


16 


98 


50 


4 


10 


15 80 


3 


3.3 



$399 79 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 
Paid G. E. Webb, labor and stock, 
B. H. Howes, labor and stock, 
E. M. Cundall, piano, 
Corson Ex. Co., expressage, 
P. Sweeney, labor, 
E. O. Taylor, sundries, 
G. H. Haskell, ribbon, 
Chas. Haley, labor and stock, 
W. Gibson, 2 hinges, 
H. R. Stone, sundries, 
E. E. Babb&Co., flag, 
E. J. Peterson, labor and stock, 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 

L. J. French & Co., sundries, 
W. D. Ward, repairs, 

F. W. Gleason, labor and stock, 
J. T. McConnell, labor, 

A. G. Childs, sundries, 
A. P. Bickmore, shades, 
'C. J. Higgins, labor and stock, 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

Paid L. J. French & Co., sundries, $ 7 17 

D. W. Mahoney, labor and stock, 12 00 

Rich Bros., dry goods, . 7 61 

E J. Peterson, labor, 51 03 

P. Sweeney, labor, 20 00 

B. Ratter, labor and stock, 11 65 

F. H. Dean, reslating blackboards, 44 48 



$581 81 



9 2 



Paid I. T. Winchenbaugh, labor, 
Church & Co., sundries, 

D. B. Newell, sundries, 

C. T. Griffiths, labor and stock, 

Exeter Machine Works, labor and stock, 

J. H. Tuckerman, repairs, 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 
W. D. Ward, clock and repairs, 

S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber, 

George McDonald, labor, 

J. W. Jigger, labor and stock, 

R. E. Cherrington, shades, labor and stock, 



GREW SCHOOL. 
Paid W. D. Ward, repairs and stock, 

Exeter Machine Works, labor and stock, 

G. H. Haskell, shades and ribbon, 

Neponset Elec. and Mfg. Co , repairs, 

L. W. Parkhurst, labor and stock, 

Corson Ex. Co., expressage, 

F. M. Paine, tuning piano, 

P. Sweeney, labor, 

B. Rafter, labor and stock, 

F H. Dean, reslating blackboard, 

W. G. Colesworthy, cash paid, 

Robert Scott. Jr., labor and stock, 

Patrick Rooney, labor and stock, 

F. P. McGregor, printing, 
Geo. Miles, sundries, 

A. P. Bickmore, shades and stair mats, 

G. S. Perry & Co., dusters, 

E. Q. Dver, sundries, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 
E. J. Peterson, labor and stock, 



HEMENWAY SCHOOL. 
Paid Knight & Thomas, fire extinguisher, 
E. W. Cundall. flag, 
H. McElwain, reslating blackboard, 



55 00 


1 


65 


4 


37 


7 


45 


63 


40 


1 


25 


21 


71 


21 


17 


9 40 


9 


56 


20 


97 


21 


50 


31 


70 


I 20 


90 


25 


91 


23 70 


2 


00 


1 


25 


2 


13 


2 


00 


5 


00 


216 


29 


30 


28 




96 


67 


00 


57 


70 


1 


50 


4 


55 


■ 40 


53 


8 


75 


15 


04 


45 


69 


90 


23 


$13 


50 


7 


50 


10 


21 



$423 07 



$661 41 



93 
Paid E. J. Peterson, labor and stock, 
G. F. Wellington, labor and stock, 
E. S. Adler, sundries, 



WELD SCHOOL. 
Paid F. W. Glea^on & Co., labor and stock, 
L. J. French & Co., sundries, 
B. H. Howes, labor and stock, 
Knight & Thomas fire extinguisher, 
L. W. Parkhurst, keys, 
J. T. McCornell, labor, 
E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 



MISCELLANEOUS. 
Paid L. I. Thompson, broom, 

Little, Brown & Co., statues, 
Kate Farlin, taking census, 2 years, 
H. W. Stone, filling in diplomas, 
W. F. Dodge, rent of VVaverly Hall, 
G. E. M. Dickinson, orchestra, 
Rich Bros., dry goods, 
J. H. Daniels & Son, diplomas, 
J. H. Tuckerman, repairs, 

C. E. Davenport, emptying vaults, 
L. H. Fellows, decorations, 

D. H. Mcintosh, stationery, 
W. E. Smalling, repairs, 
Hammond Typewriter Co., sundries, 
W. D. Ward, repairs, 

H. C. Dimond & Co., rubber stamp, 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 

E. Q. Dyer, 6 ash barrels, 

E. Q. Dyer, 45 gallons germol, 

W. G. Colesworthy, salary, secretary, 

Corson Ex. Co., expressage, 

Mahoney's Bxpress, expressage, 

S. R. Moseley, printing and stamps, 

E. J. Peteison, labor and stock, 

F. P. McGregor, printing, 
Coburn Stationery Co., stationery, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 
W. W. Hilton, use of staging, 



3 


20 


55 


50 


4 


30 


$ 4 


28 


2 


30 


1 


00 


13 


50 




40 


38 


15 


5 


01 




35 


17 


50 


100 00 


2i 


35 


70 


50 


20 


00 


5 79 


77 


95 


3 


99 


28 


00 


12 


00 


1 


45 




25 


2 


15 




63 




42 




4L 


15 


00 


45 


00 


125 00 


30 


0-3 


23 


85 


145 


85 


9 


47 


27 


75 


17 


50 


16 


75 


10 


00 



21 



$64 64 



94 
RECAPITULATION. 
Paid on account of High School, 

Amos Webster School, 
Butler School, 
Fair mount School, 
Damon School, 
Hemenway School, 
Greenwood School, 
Grew School, 
Weld School, 
Miscellaneous, 

Cr. 

By balance unexpended from last year, 
Appropriation, 



Balance unexpended, $96 36 



$1,365 
178 


51 

98 






43 


69 






581 


84 






399 


79 






94 


21 






423 07 






661 


41 






64 


64 






829 


96 


$4 643 


1 1 








$ 939 


47 






3,800 


00 


$4,739 


47 



INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

Paid E. J. Peterson, 24 moulding boards, $ 4 80 

E. J. Peterson, washing towels, 50 
S. R. Moseley, advertising. 7 00 

F. P. McGregor, advertising, 6 00 
H. A. Collins, groceries, 19 27 
D. B. Newell, kitchen ware, 24 94 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber, 7 14 
Kate Farlm, instructing in sewing, 36 00 
Alice Bradley, instructing in cooking, 37 51 
George E. Webb, instructing in carpentering, 82 10 
W. G. Batchelder, provisions, 4 50 
H. & N. Morrison, dry goods, 3 74 

D. & H. P. Gas & El. Lt. Co., gas and tubing, 7 68 

E. Q. Dyer, 6 hooks, 10 
S. Albee, fish, 1 75 



Cr. 
By Balance unexpended, $ 86 25 

Appropriation, 200 00 



$243 03 



$286 25 



Balance unexpended, • $43 22 



95 



EVENING SCHOOL. 

Paid A. W. Lowe, instruction, 
E.A.Stone, 
J.C.Riley, 
F. P. Rafter, 
F. H. Bates, 
A. W. Kelley, 
O. A. Cook, janitor, 
D. & H. P. Gas & El. Lt. Co., gas, 
William & Rogers, diplomas, 
S. R. Moseley, printing and advertising, 
F. P. McGregor, advertising, 
Hammond Typewriter Co., supplies, 
Frost & Adams, supplies, 
Thompson, Brown & Co., writing books, 
J. L. Hammett Co., supplies, 
F. W. Gleason & Co., stove, etc. 
For instruction, various, 

Cr. 
By balance unexpended from last year, 
. Appropriation, 



$173 25 


99 


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180 00 


57 00 


46 


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33 


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80 


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13 


51 


22 


40 


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4 50 




60 


16 


52 


20 


70 


38 


88 


$ 110 


36 


700 00 



$810 36 



110 36 



TEXT BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. 

Paid Univ. Pub. Co. text books, $24 60 

Thorp, Martin &Co., supplies, 1 78 

A. Store & Bemont Co., " 2 50 

Boston School Lupply Co., text-books, 4 77 

D. C. Heath & 4 Co., " " 27 48 

Allyn & Bacon, " 80 00 

Houghton, Miffln & Co., «' 10 20 

Atkinson & Mentzer, supplies, 1 56 

F. J. Barnard & Co., binding, 224 01 
Hammond Typewriter Co., supplies, 11 20 
W. L. Palmer, text books, 10 50 
Ginn & Co., " • 308 74 
Silver, Burdett & Co., text books and music, 176 19 

G. F. King & Co., supplies, 36 18 
Boston Music Co., music, 95 
The Morse Co., text-books, 28 50 



96 

Paid Franklin Educational Co., chemical and 
apparatus, 
Oliver Ditson Co., music, 
Frost & Adams, supplies, 
A. C. Hatfield, laboratory supplies, 
C. W. Homeyer, music, 
S. Albee, supplies, 
American Book Co., textbooks, 
H. B. Carrington, " 

DeWolfe, Fiske & Co., " 
Rand, McNally & Co., wall maps, 
S. S. Packard, text books, 
Stone & Forsyth, supplies, 
Educational Pub. Co., text books, 
Werner School Book Co., " 
Sibley & Ducker, " 

T. R. Shewell &Co., 
Western Pub. Co., 

L. E. Knott Apparatus Co., chemical and 
lpparatus, 

Wadsworth, Howland & Co., supplies, 

Wm. Read & Sons, " 

J. L. Hammett Co., te"xt books and supplies, 

E. E. Babb & Co., 

G. S. Perry &Co., supplies, 

Scott, Foresman & Co., text books, 

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

$3972 95 

Balance unexpended, $829 91 



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TREASURER'S 



DR. 



HENRY S. BUNTON, TOWN TREASURER IN ACCOUNT 



Cash in the Treasury, February 1, 1900 '. 

AMOUNTS RECEIVED DURING THE YEAR ENDING JAN. 31, 1901: 

From Treasurer's Notes— In anticipation of the tax for the year 1900 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1897 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1898 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1899 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1900 

George Sanfor", Collector, Street Assessments 

George San ion I, Collector, Street Watering Assessments 

George Sanford, Collector, Sewer Assessments 

Fairview Cemetery, Sale of Lots 

Fairview Cemetery, Sale of Graves 

Fairview Cemetery, Interments and Tomb Fees 

Fairview Cemetery, Foundations , 

Fairview Cemetery, Sale of Wood 

Fairvi w Cemetery, Labor 

Estate of Augusta Hall, under Chap. 82, Se ". 17, Public Statutes, lor 
preservation and care of lot in Fairview Cemetery 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for Corporation Tax 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for National Bank Tax 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for Street Railway Tax 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for Water Receipts 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for State Aid, 1899 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for burial of soldiers 

County Treasurer, dog licenses, 1900. . ... 

Samuel H. Capen, Sheriff, fines paid at Jail and House of Correction 

J. Granville Carrier, Keeper of Bristol County Jail 

Edward S. Fellows, Esq., Clerk District Court of Northern Norfolk : 

Fines from defendants in criminal cases $459 00 

Less fees and expenses paid officers, as certified by 
Clerk of Court 261 09 

Liquor Licenses 

Milk Licenses 

Miscellaneous Licenses 

Town of Milton, one half cost of construction, Milton Street Drain. . 

Franklin D. Brigham, for crushed stone 

Thomas Corrigan, for crushed stone 

Thomas H. Corrigan, for crushed stone 

W. T. English, for crushed stone 

American Tool and Machine Co., for 3,435 lbs. old iron 

Commonwealth of Massachu=etts, for street sign-posts sold Metro- 
politan Park Commiss oners 

Underhay Oil Co., two bbls. oil, $6.00; three empty bbls., $1.50 

Poor — Cash refunded by Commonwealth, cities, towns, etc 

Interest on Bank balances 



$317,635 57 



REPORT. 



CURRENT WITH THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK 



CR. 



AMOUNTS DISBURSED: 

On account of Hvde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds due May 1, 1900. . 
Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds due Nov. 1, 1900. 
Treasurer's Note — In anticipation of the tax for the year 

1899 

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

1900 

Interest 

Schools — salaries, fuel and janitors 

Evening schools 

Industrial schools 

School Incidentals 

Text Hooks and Supplies 

Pub'ic Library — current expenses 

Public. Library — purchase of new uooks 

Incidentals 

Police 

Fire Department — 

Repairs to Engine House 

Highways 

Highways — Street Railway Tax 

Street Watering * 

Beacon Street Drain — Land 

Beacon Street Drain — Construction 

Street Lights 

Public Parks 

Po t 121, Grand Army of the Republic 

Fire Hydrant service 

Insurance 

Salaries 

Cemetery Commissioners 

Sewer Commissioners 

Overseers oi the Poor 

Board of Health 

State Tax tor 1900 

County Tax for 1900 

Metropolitan Sewer, South Metr&politan System, paid 

Treasurer Commonwealth : — 

Loan, Sinking Fund $ 407 84 

Interest on 1,887 86 

Cost of Maintenance.. 4,255 00 



Metropolitan Water Loan, Sinking Fund, paid Treasurer 

Commonwealth 

Abolition Grade Crossings, Loan Fund, paid Treasurer 
Commonwealth : — 

Assessment $6,472 36 

Intereston 4,675 41 



Water Receipts, 1899, pa : d Treasurer Commonweal h 

Penalty for lailure to make returns — Overseers of the 
Poor— paid Treasurer Commonwealth 

Liquor Licenses; paid Treasurer Commonwealth, one- 
fourth of the amount received in 1900 

State Aid 



Cash in the Treasury, Jan. 31, 1901. 



I 7,000 00 
2,000 00 

15,000 00 

80,000 00 

9,823 30 

3S,61S 37 

810 36 

243 03 
4,643 11 
3,143 04 
3,877 10 

856 82 
10,490 90 
8,755 17 
9,853 93 
1,759 CI 
15,405 43 
2,446 04 
4,049 53 

448 80 

360 00 

9,889 i;7 

7 75 

200 00 
5,675 00 

600 00 
5,285 00 
1,538 82 
19,138 29 
8,068 05 
6,424 84 
5,130 00 
8,397 32 



6,550 70 
1,044 44 



1,147 77 

1 84 


3 00 


2 00 
1,586 00 



$310,274 13 
7,361 44 

$317,635 57 



APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES 
FOR THE CURRENT YEAR. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Appropriation 



Expenditures. 



Balance. 



Interest 

Schools — salaries, fuel, and janitors. 

Evening Schools 

Industrial Schools , 

School Incidentals. . ... .. 

Text Books and Supplies 

Public Library, current expenses 

Public Lib'ry, purchase of new books 

Incidentals . 

Police 

Fire Department. 

repairs to Eng ne House 

Highways 

Highways — Street Railway Tax 

Street Watering 

Beacen Street Drain — Land 

Beacon Street Drain — Construction . 

Street Lights 

Public Parks 

Post 121, G. A. R v .... 

Fire Hydrant Service 

Insurance 

Salaries » 

Sewer Commissioners 

Overseers of the Poor 

Board of Health 

State Tax 

County Tax 

Metropolitan Sewer 

Metropolitan Water Loan 

Abolition Grade Crossings 



2$11,613 71 

40,210 90 

810 36 

286 25 

4.739 47 

3,972 95 

3,922 88 

S64 81 

12,076 60 

9,455 48 

11,298 44 

1,830 17 

319,913 97 

4.515 13 

4,702 47 

500 00 

360 00 

10,967 84 

1,511 75 

200 00 

5,675 00 

600 00 

6,585 00 

4 23,324 77 

58,727 02 

6,706 87 

5,130 00 

8,397 32 

6,550 70 

1,044 44 

11,147 77 



$ 9,823 30 

38,61S 37 

810 36 

243 03 

4,643 11 

3,143 04 

3,877 10 

856 82 

10,490 90 

. 8.755 17 

9,853 93 

1,759 01 

15,405 43 

2,446 04 

4,049 53 

448 80 

360 00 

9,889 37 

7 75 

200 00 

5,675 00 

600 00 

5,285 00 

19,138 29 

8,068 05 

6,424 84 

5,130 00 

8,397 32 

6,550 70 

1,044 44 

11,147 77 



$227,642 07 



8203,142 47 



$1,790 41 
1,592 53 

43 22 

96 36 

829 91 

45 78 

7 99 

1,585 70 

700 31 

1,444 51 

71' 16 

4,508 54 

2,069 09 

652 94 

51 20 

1,078:47 
1,504 00 



1,300 00 

4,186 48 

658 97 

2S2 03 



$24,499 60 



1 Including unexpended balances from last year. 

2 Including interest on Treasurer's bank balances. 

3 Including Street Assessments collected and appropriated by town. 

* Including Sewer Assessments collected and $25,000.00 borrowed in anticipation 
of Sewer Assessments to be hereafter collected. 
6 Including cash refunded and received. 



TOWN DEBT, JANUARY 31, 190 J. 



FUNDED LOAN. 



SCHOOL B0ILDINGS. 

Six Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated Nov. 1, 1895, clue §2,000.00 annually. 1901-1903 $ 6,000 00 

SEWERAGE. 

One Hundred and Thirty-five Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated May 1, 1897, due $5,000.00 annually, 1901-1927 135,000 00 

PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING. 

Twenty one Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, datedjMay 1, 1898, due $2,000.00 annually, 1901-1903; f 1000 
annually, 1904-1918, $21,000 00 

Total Funded Loan $162,000 00 

DEBT IN ANTICIPATION OF SEWER ASSESSMENTS. 

Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

lour per cent, interest, dated Jan. 1, 1900, payable on demand $25,000 00 

Total indebtedness $187,000 00 

HENRY S. BUNTOX, Town Treasurer. 

Hyde Park, February 1, 1901. 



RESIDENT TAX PAYERS. 



Per- Real 
sonal. Estate. Unpaid. 



Abbott, Elmer E. 
Aborn, Elizabeth, 
Adams, Charlotte H. 
Adams, William L. B 
Adams, G. C. and C. B 
Adams, Mary A. 
Adams, William G. 
Ad'er, George H. 
Albee, Florence W 
Albee, Samuel . 
Alden, Charles L. & Co 
Alden, Edward S. 
Alden, Francelia M. 
Alderman, Lucy A. 
Aldiich, Charles L. 
Allen, Charles F. 
Allen, Emma W. 
Allen, Adelia, S. 
Allen, Stewart T. 
Allen, Bella P. . 
Alexander, Helena B. 
Alexander, Charlotte M. 
Amback, Frank H. 
Ambrose, James 
Anderson, George B. 
Anderson, Peter 
Anderson, William 
Anderson, Ma' garet E 
Anderson, Jane 
Andrews, Marietta G 
Andrews, M G. and C. M. 
Andrews, Ellen L. 
Andrews, Theodore F 
Annis, Augustus K. 
Appell, Sarah A. 
Ardini, Stephen A. 
Arentzen, Christianna, heir 
Armour, Sarah A. 
Armstrong, David W 
Arnold, Ellen W. 
Arnold, Henry F. 
Ash, Agnes A. . 
Astley, Harry E. 
Atkinson, Ida M. 



Babb, Sarah E. . 
Badger, Susan C. heirs 
Bailger, Mrs. S. C. 
Baessler, Henry 
Bain, Alexander T. 
Baker, frank H. 
Balkam, Stephen B. 
Balkam, S. B. & Co. 
Balkam, Charles H. 
Balkam, Ralph W. 
Baptist Church . 
Barden, Elizabeth A 
Barrne, Charlotte 
Barrett, John F. 
Barrett, Michael AV. 
Barrett, Margaret V. 



§2 67 
17 80 

14 24 
31 15 
30 26 



5 34 
35 60 



1 34 



6 23 



1 78 



21S 94 
2 67 



$44 50 
48 06 
57 S5 
41 S3 
16 02 
27 59 



6S 53 
49 84 

72 98 

62 30 

44 50 

8 90 

32 04 
46 28 

147 74 
101 46 

33 s-2 

33 82 

34 71 

59 63 

16 02 

34 71 

6 23 

75 65 

76 54 

39 16 
80 10 
31 15 
33 82 

40 94 

40 94 
44 50 
65 86 

3 56 

41 83 
62 30 



6 23 
233 18 
86 33 
28 48 
30 26 
61 41 
214 49 
275 90 



80 10 
62 30 
23S 52 
11 57 
21 36 
33 82 



103 
Resident Tax- Payers — {Continued.) 



Barrett, Edward L. . 
Barritt, Katlu-rine 
Barritt, William H. 
Barry, Patriot and Catherine 
Barry, Nora 
Barry, Margaret 
Bartholomew, Myron H. 
Bartholomew, Eva L. 
Bartlett, Amos F. 
Bartlett, Alma M. 
Bartlett, Elizabeth E. heirs 
Bass, George W. 
Bass, Lizzie L. . 
Batchelder, Walter G. 
Bates, Henry N. 
Bates. Emma M. 
Batho, William . 
Battle, Martin . 
Baxter, Edward H. . 
Baxter, Louise H. 
Bean, Sarah E. . 
Beatey, Annie J. 
Beatey, John 

Beatey, I.aviniaJ., heirs, 
Beausang, Patrick 
Beausang, Rosanna . 
Becker, Charles 
Becker, Cecilia M. 
Becker, John . 
Beebe, Robert O. 
Benari, Bennett 
Bennett, Pred C. 
Bent, Catherine, heirs, 
Bent, George W. 
Beutham, Elizabeth M. 
Bentham, Harry G. 
Bentley, Robert L. 
Benton, Jesse M. 
Benton, Mary A. 
Berry, Louisa M. 
Berry, Le nard vV. 
Berry. Ada F. . 
Bessey, Jane 
Bickford, Lomella A. 
Bicktord, Leroy M. 
Bickmore, Albion P. . 
Bickmore, Elizabeth C. 
Bidwell, Lawson B. 
Bigelow, Fred C. 
Bither, Annie L. 
Bither and Conley 
Bither and Conley 
Black, James I. 
Blackey, ;-arah S. 
Blackmer, Hannah H. 
B'aisdell, Albeit J. . 
Blaisdell and Bartlett 
Blanchard, John C., Jr. 
Bleakie, Robert Co. 
Bleakie, Robert 
Blodgett, Anna E., heirs 
Bloom, Julius R. 
Bodfish, William H. . 
Bodwell, William P. . 
Boland, John 



Per- Real 
sonal. Estate. 



?3 56 



13 35 
4 45 

21 36 
11 57 

z 6/ 



2 67 


21 36 


35 60 

8 46 


1 78 
11 57 


13 35 

3 56 


66 75 


719 12 

8 90 


2 67 



$66 75 
4S 06 

33 82 

32 93 

6 23 

122 82 
72 09 
15 15 
49 84 
35 60 
44 50 
89 00 



643 47 



107 69 
74 76 
106 80 

67 64 
24 92 
24 03 
78 32 
193 13 

116 59 



142 40 

r9 
50 73 



54 29 
3 56 

' 38 27 

46 28 

44 50 

3 56 

115 70 

105 02 

79 21 

24 92 

149 52 

38 27 

69 42 

9 79 

7 12 

19 58 

50 73 

68 53 

55 18 
16 02 
89 00 

1963 34 
1324 32 
62 30 
62 30 
57 85 
57 85 
, 45 



Unpaid. 



122 82 



49 84 
35 60 



13 35 

561 59 
21 36 
11 57 



74 76 

106 80 

2 67 



78 32 



35 60 
8 46 



1 78 



44 50 

3 56 

115 70 

82 77 
24 92 

38 27 



7 12 

50 73 
68 53 

16 02 

62 30 

57 85 



104 
3X5 Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Boland, Michael C. . 




$52 51 




Bolles, James G. 








$6 23 




$6 23 


BoltOD, Eliza J. ... 












145 96 


145 96 


Bond, John R. ... 












23 14 


23 14 


Bonnell, John D. 












62 30 




Bo .ney, Peter I. 












76 54 




Boulfard, Levi 










8 01 


65 86 


73 87 


B .wen, Mary E. 












51 62 




Bowen, Daniel S. 












56 07 




Bowie, H'rank E. 












56 96 


56 96 


Boyd, Kill. F. . . 












6rf 42 


69 42 


Boyd, Joseph H. 












25 SI 




Boyl&n, Stephen . 












51 62 


51 62 


Boyn ton, Charles A. . 












3 56 




Boynton, Sarah J. De V. 












71 20 




Bradford, Sophia J. . 












44 50 




Bradley, Rate E. . . 












54 29 




Brady," William J. 










5 34 






Brady, George T. 










2 67 






Brady, John, 2d . 












19 58 


19 58 


Brady, John 












64 08 




Bragac, Thomas P. 












53 40 


53 40 


Bragan, -arah 












' 6 23 


6 23 


Brainard, Amos H. 










17 SO 


300 82 




Bra nard, Elizabeth C. 












179 78 




Bra m well, William C. 










28 48 


161 98 




Breingan, Alison 












64 97 


64 97 


Breingan, Andrew 










6 23 




6 23 


Bi enan, Patrick . 












31 15 


31 15 


Bresnahan, Hannah . 












81 88 




Brewer, Evins J. 












34 71 




Brewer, Esther A. 












6 23 




Brewer, Frank H. 










3 56 




3 56 


Bridge, Sam W. 












27 59 




Bridgman, Annie E. . 












199 36 


199 36 


Bndgman, Alfred F. . 












80 10 




Brigham, Helen A., heirs 












110 36 


110 36 


Brigham, Franklin D. 










10 68 




10 68 


Brightman, Cordelia . 












55 IS 


55 18 


Brink, Kostant . 












6 23 




Broderick, Pauline, heirs 












30 26 


30 26 


Broderick, William F. . . 












20 47 


20 47 


Brooks, Annie M. 












39 16 


39 16 


Brooks, Bridget . 












5 34 




Brostrom, Andreas J., heirs 












49 84 




Brown, Walter H. 












8 01 




Brown, Emdy M. 












38 27 


38 27 


Brown, Bartlett J. 












56 07 




Bvown, James P., heirs 












12!) 05 




Brown, John Adams . 












47 17 




Brown, Fannie and M. A. Waters 












12 46 


12 46 


Bruce, Miss Annetta . 












55 IS 




Brnndage, Martha Mo L 












64 97 


64 97 


Brunette, John and Virginia A. 












28 48 




Bryant, Walter C. 












16 02 




Bryant, Charles H. 










2 67 




2 67 


Bryant, Helen A. 












74 76 




Bryce, Alexander 












33 82 




Buchan, Mary F. 












45 39 




Buck, Laura A. 












46 28 


46 28 


Buckler, Mary A. 












49 84 




Bullard, Susan A. 












64 97 




Ballard, Mary A. 












162 87 




Bullard, Lucy B. and Martha G. St 


ockwe 


11 








69 42 





105 
Resident Tax-Paters — {Continued.) 





Per- 


Real 




NAMES. 


sonal. 


Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Bullard, "William E., trustee 




$ 49 84 




Bullard, Isaac ...... 






195 80 


$195 80 


Bullard, John D 






206 48 


37 16 


Buntou, Henry 8. .... 






119 26 




Bunton, Henry S., trustee for R. and J. S. Bleakie, C 






293 70 




F. Allen and B. F. Radford 










Bunton, Henry S., trustee for R. and J. S. Bleakie 






109 47 




and C. F. Allen ..... 










Bunton, Henry S., trustee for Robert Bleakie . 






831 26 




Bunton, Henry S., trustee for R. and J. S. Bleakie 






3035 79 




Burger, Anton, heirs ..... 






41 83 


41 83 


Burger, Anton B. 








4 45 


4 45 


Burgess, Ada C. 








77 43 




Burke, John J. . 








32 04 




Burke, Patrick . 








.-, 56 


3 56 


Burke, John 








40 94 




Burke, Mary E. 








28 48 


19 58 


Burke, Thomas, -2nd. . 








37 38 




Burke, Thomas 2d. and Margaret 








33 82 




Burke, Mar. in J. 








50 73 


50 73 


Burns, Timothy, heirs 








133 50 


13 50 


Burns, Dennis . 








35 60 


35 60 


Burns, James M. 








24 9z 




Burns, Michael . 








83 66 


83 66 


Burns, Jules M. 






S 8 90 






Burns, Catherine, 








35 60 




Burns, Annie C. and Eliza^R. 








6 23 


6 23 


Bursch, Mary M. 








80 10 




Bursch Oscar 








183 34 




Buttler, Mary A. 








44 50 


44 50 


Buzzell, James 0. 








4 45 




C 

Cady, Charles H. . . . . . - 




34 71 




Caffin, Ruth P. . 












1 78 


6i 08 


65 86 


Ciin, Ellsworth R. 












2 67 




2 67 


Caldwell, Alexander . 














23 14 




Caller, Fie 1 E. . 














96 12 


96 12 


Caller, Joseph . 














43 61 




Cameron, Jane L. 














34 71 


34 71 


Campbell, Carrie 














31 15 




Campbell, Amies 














81 88 




Campbell, William 












7 12 


129 05 




Canav an, Alii i 














39 16 




Cane, E'imund . 














23 14 




Canon, Lizzie G. 














46 28 


46 28 


Carberry, William 














■-5 81 




Carberry, Elizabeth . 














331 97 


331 97 


Carlisle, Julius A. 














142 40 


142 40 


Carlton, Clara M. 














42 72 


42 72 


Carpent°r, Abbie H. . 














33 82 




Carr. Allan P. . 














51 62 




Carrington, Frances C. 














92 56 


92 56 


Carroll, Hannah M. 














46 28 


30 78 


Carroll, Philip W. 














33 82 




Carter, Austin F. 














48 06 




Carter, Elizabeth, heirs 














64 08 




Carter, J. B., eatate, trustee 














4C 28 




Case, Wilbert J. 














11!) 26 




Cashman, Ellen F. 














34 71 


24 71 


Cass, Francis W. 














43 61 




Cass, John W. . 














32 93 




ChaUbourne, John B. 














27 59 


27 59 


Chaddock, James C. . 












28 48 




28 48 



106 
Resident Tax-Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Chaffee, Mary M. 

Chaisson, Robert 

Chaisson Peter 

Chaimberlain, Thomas 

Chamberlain, Martha 

Chaniiler, Juli S. 

Chandler, Amelia N. 

Chandler, A. F. heirs 

Chapman, Annie S. 

Chapman, Mary 

Chapman, Henry K. 

Chase, Lizzie B. 

Cheever, Hattie N. 

Cherrington, Robert E 

Chick, Charles G. 

Chick, C. G., trustee for Ruth S. Bl 

Childs, Alexander G 

Chisholm, Colin C. 

Chishohn, Mary A. 

Chittick, James J. 

Christy, Annie F. 

Church, Emma J. 

Church, Edward P. 

Church & Co. . 

Cilley, Jonathan L. heirs 

Clapp, Eugene R. 

Clapp, A bert C. and '. 

Clark, Mary 

Clark, Arthur F. 

Clark, Leonard C. 

Clark, Sarah A. heirs 

Clark, Rose L. . 

Clark, Eugene H. 

Clark, Ida E. . 

Clarke, Marcus, heirs 

Clary, Mary 

Clev land, Alden T. 

Clough, Octavia N. 

Cobb, Mary Jane 

Cobb, Annie R. 

Cochran, David H.hei 

Cochran, Fannie A. 

Coes.Charies S. 

Cogan, Thomas 

Cogan, Andrew P. 

Cohen, Alme'ta W. 

Cohen, Mark E. 

Colby, Frank M. 

Colby, Martha H. 

Coleman, Elizabeth S 

Collins, Annie B. 

Collins, James . 

Collins, Mary . 

Collins, Patrick D. 

Collins, H. A. & Co. 

Concannon. Patrick, heirs 

Condon, Mary, heirs 

Con ley, John' P. 

Conley, Elizabeth A 

Conlt-'y Michael, heirs 

Conley, Mrs. James 

Conley, Stephen, heir 

Conn, 'Etta E. . 

Connick, Ann . 



:ike 



Per- 
sonal. 



$1 78 



90 



35 60 
5 34 



1 78 



39 16 



2 67 



1 78 



1 78 



13 35 



Real 
Estat . 


Unpaid. 


$ 64 08 




19 58 


$ 19 58 


20 47 


20 47 


60 02 




40 94 


40 94 


47 17 


48 95 


68 53 




28 48 





157 53 
42 72 
12 46 

52 51 

34 71 
42 72 
86 33 
99 68. 

59 63 

49 84 

26 70 

78 32 
42 72 

39 16 

35 60 
28 48 

36 49 
138 S4 

8 90 

97 90 
26 70 

54 29 
6 23 

67 64 
35 60 
33 82 

60 52 

53 40 

98 79 
60 52 

168 21 

HO 52 

100 57 

6 23 

40 05 
6 23 

89 00 

137 95 

80 10 

20 '7 

23 14 
141 51 

30 26 
117 48 
48 06 

55 18 
4n 84 

24 92 

37 38 
62 30 
39 16 



107 
Resident Tax-Payers. — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Connolly, Mary ...... 




$27 59 




Connors, Timothy and Mary 






40 94 




Conolly, Michael . . . . 






90 78 




Conroy, Patrick 










39 16 




Cook, 'Emily A. . 










49 84 




Cook, Jacob 










93 45 




Cook, Frank J. . 










44 50 


$44 50 


Cook, Herbert L. 








$19 58 






Cook, Arthur W. 








3 56 




3 56 


Coombs, Phincas A. 








5 34 




5 34 


Cooper, Louisa E. 










92 56 


92 56 


Corbett, Alexander W 








3 56 




3 56 


Corbett, Ellen E. 










42 72 


42 72 


Corbett, Jeremiah, 








3 12 




3 12 


Corbett, Margaret 










35 60 




Corbett, John 










35 60 




Corcoran, Mary J. and Bridt 


■•et A. Downey trustee 






67 64 


67 64 


Corcoran, Mary J. and Edw" 


heirs 






28 48 


28 48 


Corliss, Annie C. 








52 51 


52 fll 


Corliss, Bertram D. . 






2 67 


57 85 


2 67 


Corrigan, Bridget 








98 79 


9S 79 


Corrigan, Rose . 








76 54 


76 54 


Corrigan, Thomas H. 






8 01 


58 74 


66 75 


Coirigan, Thomas 






■8 01 


925 60 


933 61 


Corson, Clara . 








183 34 




Corson Express Co. 






71 20 




71 20 


Corthell, James R. 








55 IS 




Costello, Alexander 








22 25 




Costello, James . 








40 '.4 




Cotter, John 






10 68 


62 30 




Cotter, Henry and Timothy 








20 37 




Cotter, James E. 






59 19. 


207 37 




Coughlin, Bridget A. . 








35 60 


35 60 


Coughlin, John K., Mary A. 


and Bridget E. 






53 40 




Coullahan, Charlott 3 . 








12 46 


12 46 


Coullahan, Margaret . 








24 03 


24 03 


Courtney, Elizabeth B. 








57 85 




Courtney, Frank F. 






4 45 






Coveney, Augusta E. . 








46 28 




Coveney, Mary . 








58 74 


58 74 


Coveney, Denis J. 








104 13 


104 13 


Coveney,Jamts S. 






1 78 


1312 75 


1314 56 


Coveney, James S. 








299 93 


299 93 


Covert, Ellen M. 








36 49 


36 49 


Cowen, Wm. C. and Matilda 








48 06 




Cox, John W. . 








42 72 


42 72 


Cox, Hugh . , . 








31 15 




Cox, Nellie and Lizzie A. 








29 37 




Crawford, John 








32 93 


32 93 


Cremin, Jeremiah 








44 50 




Cromwall, Peter J. 






1 33 


36 49 


37 82 


Crosby, John 






10 24 




10 24 


Cross, Edward W. 








66 75 




Crowlev, Mary A. 








4, 84 




Crowley, John O'C. 






6 23 




6 23 


CrewleV, John A. 


> 




17 80 


5 34 




Crowlev, John A. & Co. 






17 80 




17 80 


Crumett, Charles H. . 






1 78 


247 42 


240 20 


Crumett, Lucv T. 








26 70 


26 70 


Grumpier, Arthur 


■ 






57 85 


17 85 


Cull, Catherine C. 








8 01 


8 01 


Cull, Elizabeth . 








62 30 


62 30 


Cullen, James A. 








33 1-2 




Cullen, John H. 






28 48 





108 
Resident Tax-Paters — {Continued.) 



Cullen, Matthew A. . 
Cullen, Michael and Bridget 
Cullinane, John F. 
Cummings, Bridget 
Cundall, Phebe A. 
Cunningham, Joseph 
Cunningham, Mary 
Cunane, Morgan 
Currier, Charles H. 
Currier, Azelia . 
Curten, John 
Cunis, J. Langdon 
Curtis, Joseph N. 
Curtis, Margaret A. 



I> 



Dadley, James . 
Daley, Bartholomew 
Daley, Daniel F. 
Damon, Roscoe . 
Damon, Nancy . 
Darling, Mary M. 
Darling, Willis A. 
Darling, F. W. & Co. 
Darling, Anna E. 
Davenport, Albert E. 
Davenport, A. and C. _ 
Davenport, Warren J. 
Davie, Annie G heirs. 
Davis, Alonzo . 
Davis, Arris H. 
Davis, David L. 
Davis, A. L. 
Davis, Harriet S. 
Deagle, William C. 
Dean, Alexis C. 
Dean, Ellen C. . 
Dean, Helen M. T. 
Dean, Hemy M. 
DeEutremo'.t, Matilda 
Devlin, Ellen . 
Devlin, Mary A. 
Diertes. Joseph 
Doane, Clara J. . 
Doane, James A. 
Dookham, Cliloe D. 
Dodge, Bertha H. 
Dolan, Catherine A. 
Dolan, Thomas P. 
Dolan, Thomas J. 
Dolan, Bridget . 
Donahoe, Jennie E. 
Donlan, Hannah 
Donnelly, Thomas H. 
Donnelly, Margaret E. 
Donohoe, John . 
Donohoi , Bridget A. „„ 
pooley, Catherine, heirs 
Poi r, Mary E., heirs 
JJoly, Julia C. . 
Dowley, Augusta L. 
Dowley, Emma R. 
Downey, Michael, heirs 



Per- 

sonal. 



$97 90 



4 45 
2 67 



9 08 



8 90 



35 60 
1 34 



2 67 



Real 

Estate. 



51 62 
26 70 
32 93 
12 46 
39 16 
44 50 
5 34 
48 06 

18 69 

9 79 

55 18 

80 10 

72 09 



94 34 
47 17 
75 65 

46 28 
39 16 
62 30 

229 62 

267 00 
151 30 

71 20 

3 56 
8 01 

73 87 
258 99 

37 38 
160 20 

56 07 
185 12 

47 17 

94 34 

4 45 

8 90 
42 72 
64 08 

26 70 
5 74 

268 7S 
35 60 
94 34 
6w 42 
17 80 

27 59 

124 60 
42 72 
64 (8 

32 93 
6 23 

37 38 
81 S8 

33 82 
26 70 
53 40 

153 08 
62 30 
58 74 



109 
Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 





NAMES. 








Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Downey, Rose ...... 




$ 58 74 




Downey, John, heirs 












32 04 


$32 04 


Downey, Katie C. 












47 17 


47 17 


Downing, Alfred 










$79 21 


106 80 




Downing, Belinda 










44 50 


60 52 




Downing, Elizabeth C. 












53 40 




Draper, Frank O. 










11 13 






Drinkwater, Joseph W. 












37 38 


37 3S 


Drummey, John J. 












43 61 




Duggan, James and Kate 












12 46 


12 46 


Duggan, Ann, heirs . 












21 36 


21 36 


Dunbar, Ab>nzo W. . 










1 78 






Dunbar, Hannah J. 












40 05 




Dunn, Lizzie 












31 15 




Dunn, Bartholomew . 












6 23 


6 23 


Dunn, Jane L., S. A. Merril 


, assignee 


ntg. i 


n pos 










session 












46 28 


46 28 


Dunn, John O. and Ida M. 












20 47 


20 47 


Durant, Mary J. 












48 06 




Durning, Mary E. 












35 60 




Durell, James McD. . 












89 00 




Dyer, Quincy, heirs . 












7 12 




Dyer, Laura E. 












67 64 


67 64 


Dyer, JV1 ary J. and Carrie E 












69 42 




Dyer, Edward Q. 










53 40 




53 40 


Dyer, Ida J. 












49 84 


49 84 


Dyer, Agnes P. 












49 84. 


49 84 


4 

E 








Eames, Anna M. . . . ... 




46 28 




Earle, Benjamin M. 












4 00 




4 00 


Edenborg, John 














37 3S 




Edge, Maud A. 














51 62 




Ed wan Is, Sarah 












21 36 






Elliot, Margaret B. 














67 64 




Elliot, John F. 












17 80 






Elliot, Albert E. 














27 59 


27 59 


Elliott, John H. 














50 73 


50 73 


Elliott, Irene G. 














50 73 


50 73 


Elliott, Arthur W. 














86 33 


86 33 


Elliott, Mary C. 














90 78 




Elliott, Samuel T. 












45 






Elliott, Henry W. 












20 47 




20 47 


Ellis, Joseph D. 














80 10 




Ellis, Hattie E. 














112 14 


112 14 


Ellis, Emma D. . 












97 90 




97 90 


Elwell, Josephine M. 














63 19 


63 19 


Elwell, Russell T. 














8 01 


8 01 


Emerson, Luther O. 














140 62 


140 62 


Emerson, Fannie B. 














97 90 


97 90 


English, William T. 














193 13 


193 13 


Enneking, John J. 














128 16 


128 16 


Estabrook, Eliza G. 














41 8.J 


41 83 


Estabrook, Harriet 














24 03 




Estes, Gardner F. 














494 84 




Evans, Emily F. 














76 54 




Evans, Julia R. . 














70 31 




Everett, Willard S. 












1 78 






Ewell, Florence A. 














45 39 


45 39 



110 
Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 










Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

P^state. 


Unpai 1. 


F 








Fairbairh, Draxanna 




$ 42 72 




Fair bairn, William U. 














76 £4 




Fairbanks, Caroline O. 














67 64 




Fairimount Mfg. Co. . 












$32 04 






Fallon, Bridget 














9 79 


$ 9 79 


Fallon, Peter . 












5 34 


120 15 


125 49 


Fallon, Joseph L. 














66 75 


66 75 


Fallon, Thomas F, 












35 60 


45 39 




Fardy, Kate L. . 














42 72 


33 82 


Farnsworth, Nellie D. 














139 73 


139 73 


Farnsworth, Charles L. 












21 36 


147 74 


169 10 


Farnsworth, John A. . 














113 92 


113 92 


Farnsworth, Florence G. 














113 92 


113 92 


Farrell, Joseph E. 














48 06 




Farrington, Laura A. 














28 48 


28 4S 


Farwell, Eva S. 














89 00 


89 0) 


Faulkner, Mary C. 














63 19 




Faunce, Josephine 














54 29 


54 29 


Faunce, Thomas E. . 














29 37 


29 37 


Feehan, Hannah 












1 33 


116 59 


117 92 


Felch, Sarah A. 














8 90 




Felch, George W. 












2 67 






Fellows, George M. 












6 23 


89 00 




Fellow?, Leslie H. 












28 48 




28 48 


Fellows, Martha T. 














83 66 




Fellows, Margaret I. . 














51 62 




Fellows, Edward S. 














71 20 




Fennell, William 














29 37 




Fenner, Dora E. 














42 72 


42 72 


Fennessey, John L. . 














40 94 


40 94 


Fennessey, William A. 














4 45 


4 45 


Fenne-sey, Mary D. E. 














40 05 




Fenno, Mary L. 














78 32 




Fenno, Annie R. 














92 50 




Fenno, William, heirs 














142 40 




Ferguson, Mary I. 














40 05 


40 05 


Fernald, Florence I. . 














10 68 


10 68 


Fernald, Johan-a S. . 














44 50 




Fields, Joseph G. 














34 71 


17 71 


Field, Carrie E. 














42 72 


42 72 


Fiffe, James 












1 33 


4 45 


5 78 


Fiffe, Margaret 














19 58 


19 58 


Fifleld, Frank I. 














48 06 




Finn, Thomas . 














28 48 




Firstain, Minnie 














24 03 


24 03 


Firth, Abraham, Jr. . 














30 26 




Firth, Elizabeth E. 














9 79 




Fish, Charles D. 














51 62 


51 62 


Fiaher, Andrew 












26 70 






Fisher, Lydta M. 














50 73 




Fisher, George 














56 07 




Fisher, Elizabeth D. . 














29 37 


29 37 


Fisher, Sophia . 














64 08 




Fisk, H. C. and P. A. . 














103 24 




Fiske, Charles F. 














51 62 




Fiske, Mary 














117 48 




Fitton, Lucy B. 














40 94 


23 14 


Fitton, John 














45 39 


45 39 


Fitzgerald, Peter J. . 












4 45 


24 92 


29 37 


Fitzgerald, Sarah J. . 














92 56 


92 56 


Five Associates, E. C. Jenney, trustee. 










472 59 





Ill 

Resident Tax-Papers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Flahertr, Rosrei J. ..... . 




$46 28 


$46 28 


Flanders, Chloe S. 












41 83 


41 83 


Fogg, Elizabeth 












41 83 


41 83 


Foley, Hanora . 












35 60 




Foley, James 












69 42 




Foley, Michael J. 












46 28 




Foss", Miss L.M. 










$20 03 




20 03 


Foster, Alice G. 












96 12 




Foster, Sarah E. 












183 34 




Foster, Fred A. 












41 83 


41 83 


Foster, William B. 












104 13 




Foster, Alfred . 










4 45 


616 77 




Foster, Alfred . 












228 84 




Foster, Alfred and George S 


. Lee, 


trustee 








30 26 




Fowle, Frances A. 












40 94 




Fowler, Albert H. 












65 86 


65 86 


Fox, Catherine F. 












4S 06 


48 06 


Fox, John C. 










8 90 




8 90 


Fradenburg, Sarah A. 












29 37 




Fradenburg, Sarah D. 












1 78 


1 78 


Fradenburg, A. M. 










17 80 




17 SO 


Frampton, Amelia 












8 90 


8 90 


Frampton, Robert L. . 












91 67 


91 67 


Freeman, Sarah A. 












32 04 




French, Leroy J. 










23 14 


512 64 


535 78 


French, Amanda M. ". 












79 21 


79 21 


French, L. B. and Caroline J 


i. 










43 61 


43 61 


French, Alice G. 












60 52 




Friede, Charles 










3 56 




3 56 


Friend, Flora L. 












33 82 


33 82 


Frost, Andrew T. 










35 60 




35 60 


Frost, Walter I. 










2 23 




2 23 


Fulton, James . «. 












41 83 


41 83 


Furdon, Margaret, heirs 












32 04 


32 04 


Fury, Ellen M. . 












55 18 




Fyler, W. E. . . 










2 67 




2 67 


G 








Gallagher, John J. and Nellie M. McCarthy 




39 16 


39 J6 


Galligan, Andrew .... 








37 38 




Galligan, Matthew, 










19 58 






Galloupe, Mabel . 












133 50 


133 50 


Gallup, Marian L. 












60 52 




Gallup, Henrietta 












55 18 


55 18 


Galvin, Thomas M. 












2 67 


2 67 


Galvin, Thomas 












48 06 




Gardella, Antonio 










4 45 


22 25 




Gateley, Ellen, heirs . 












21 36 


21 36 


Gateley, Ellen, heirs . 












29 37 




Gaynor, John and Annie 












35 60 




George, Edie M. 












26 70 


26 70 


George, Frank L. 










1 78 


17 80 


19 58 


Gellewitz, Morris 










17 80 




17 80 


Gerry, Otis P. . 












54 29 




Gibbons, Mary J. 












26 70 


26 70 


Gibney, Ann 












30 26 




Gibney, Thomas 












3 56 


3 56 


Giles, Susanna R. H. . 










53 40 






Giles, Alfred E. 










35 60 


113 92 




Giles, Delphina 












121 04 




Giles, Jason 










26 70 






Gilmartin, Patrick 










1 78 


66 75 




Gilson, John 












65 18 


55 18 



112 
Resident Tax-Payers 



{Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal- 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Gleason, F. W. & Co. . . . $ 17 80 




$ 17 80 


Gleason, Herman P. . 














$ 46 28 


46 28 


Gleason, Mary J. 














62 30 


62 30 


Gleason, Nellie G. 














49 S4 




Googins, Mark . 














82 77 




Googins, Laura A. 














38 27 




Googins, Edward O. . 














53 40 




Gorman, Harriet B. . 














46 28 




Gormley, William 












1 78 


15 13 


16 91 


Goss, Ella E.. 














9) 34 


94 34 


Goss, Carrie C. . 














53 40 


53 40 


Goss, Daniel J. 












12 46 




12 46 


Goss, Josiah 














49 84 




Gosselin, John G. 














45 39 


45 39 


Gould, Mary L., heirs 














14 24 


14 24 


Gould, Henry H., heirs 














54 29 


54 29 


Gould, Jennie M. 














33 82 


33 82 


Graudberg, Henry 












4 45 




4 45 


Graham, franklin C. . 












53 40 






Graham, Lilla C. 














185 12 




Graham, Florence A. 














55 18 




Grant, Geor e W. 














56 07 


56 07 


Grant, Peter, heirs 














40 94 


40 94 


Grant, Francis E. 














40 94 




Gray, Fobert 












17 80 




17 SO 


Gray, Alexander H. . 














6 23 




Gray, Margaret M. 














8 90 




Gray, William A. 














72 98 


34 98 


Gray, Fiank E. 












3 56 


58 74 


62 30 


Greeley, John H. 














87 22 


S7 22 


Greeley, John D., heirs 














53 40 


53 40 


Greenlaw, Amelia S. . 














141 51 




Greenwood, Lucy S., heirs 














64 08 




Greenwood, Georgianna 














40 94 




Greenwood, Helen A. 














128 16 




Greenwood, Frank 














12S 16 


12S 16 


Grew, Henry, estate . 












11 13 


2612 15 




Grew, Henry S. 












1192 60 






Grew, Jane N. . 












178 00 






Grew, Edward W. 












89 00 






Gridley, George Fred. 












17 80 


108 58 




Griffin, Fannie M. 














49 84 


49 84 


Griffin, John W. 














60 52 




Griffin, Sarah . 














. 34 71 


34 71 


Griffiths, Charles T. . 












8 90 




8 90 


Guanglia, Generoso . 












5 34 




5 34 


Guerin, Ethel K. 














39 16 




Guernsey, Mary H. 














47 17 


47 17 


Guild, Rose E. . 














21 36 


21 36 


Gunn, Dennis . 












1 33 


25 SI 


27 14 


Gunn, Elizabeth 














44 50 




Gunn, Benjamin 














10 68 




G William, Edward J. . 














83 66 


83 66 


H 








Habberly, Martha A. 




62 30 


62 30 


Hahn, Lizzie .... 










17 80 




Haigh, George S. and Bertha, heirs 










38 27 




Haigh, John A. 








1 33 


24 03 


25 36 


Halden, John .... 










121 04 




Halden, Lydia C. 










65 86 




Hale, Elvira F. ... 










106 80 




Haley, Charles . 












1 78 


848 17 


849 95 



113 
Resident Tax-Paters — (Continued.) 



Hall, Caleb 
Hall, Sarah C. . 
Hall, Lucy B. . 
Hall, Maria E. . 
Hall, George 
Hamblin, Carrie L. 
Hamblin, Benjamin L 
Hamblin, Howard M. 
Hamilton, Charles 
Hammatt, Mary L. 
Hammatt, Edward A. TV. 
Hammond, Joseph W 
Hanchett, George W. 
Haney, Kate 
Hankerd, Edmund 
Hanlon, Daniel 
Hanlon, Joanna 
Hannaford, Harry 
Hanscom, H. Abby 
Harding, George M. 
Hardy, B. H., heirs 
Hardy, Eugene J. 
Hargraves, James "N. 
Harlow, William H. 
Harlow, Mary E. 
Harlow, Susan M. 
Harriman, Oren O. 
Harris, Mrs. Julius 
Hart, Bridget M., heir 
Hartt, Ella C. . 
Hartwell, Francis "W 
Harwood, Elenry V* 
Haskell, Henry A. 
Haskell, Gideon H. 
Haskell, Elmer W., heirs 
Haskell, George R. 
Haskell, Maria, heirs 
Haslam, Frank H. P. 
Haslam, Blanche M. . 
Hatch, Freeman, heirs 
Hathaway, Edward S 
Haven, George E. 
Hawes, Charles E. 
Hawes, Emily R. 
Hawkins, James T. 
Hawkins, Maude A. 
Hayes, James . 
Hayes, James B. 
Haynes, Annie L. 
Hay ward, Arthur F. 
Hayward, Edward S. 
Hay ward, Eliza A. 
Hayward, Maggie M. 
Hazard, Edgar V. 
Healey, Patrick J. 
Heaps, Abby J. 
Heaton, Anna F. 
Hedtler, James . 
Henderson, Mary 
Henderson, Frank 
Henderson, Elizabeth 
Henderson, William R 
Hennessey, Michael . 
Hentz, Georgianna L. 
Hevanghan, Mary A. . 



Per- 
sonal. 



$2 22 



3 56 
92 56 



3 56 
12 46 



1 78 



Real 
Estate. 



$6 23 

51 62 

6 23 

92 56 

53 40 

51 62 

364 90 

690 64 

61 41 
58 74 

8 90 
91 67 

72 98 
89 00 

73 87 

76 54 

37 3S 
10 68 
89 00 

113 92 

65 86 

30 26 

654 15 

249 20 

97 90 

39 16 

18 69 

62 30 

57 85 
55 18 

392 49 

5 34 

46 28 
53 40 
15 13 
33 82 
44 50 
44 50 
72 98 
35 60 
48 06 
50 73 
110 36 

77 43 
68 53 
81 88 

143 29 
48 06 

58 74 
101 46 

40 94 
65 86 
62 30 

38 27 
101 46 

32 93 
22 25 

6 23 
26 70 

122 82 
30 26 



Unpaid. 



$8 45 

51 62 

6 23 

92 56 

51 62 
364 90 



73 87 



10 6S 

113 92 
65 86 
30 26 



17 80 

18 69 
62 30 
57 85 

3 56 

5 34 
46 28 

15 13 
33 82 

44 50 



50 73 
110 36 

80 99 



12 46 

39 16 

58 74 
101 46 

40 94 



26 70 
30 26 



114 
Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per 

sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Heydacker, Louis, heirs 




$ 38 27 




Hickey, Margaret aud Lavinia Curley 










17 80 




Higbe'e, Celia S. . . 










44 50 


$ 44 50 


Higgins, Antoinette N. 














107 69 




Higgins, David, heirs . 














89 00 




Higgins, Henry M. 














180 67 


ISO 67 


Higgins, Elizabeth A . 














48 95 




Higgins, Cornelius J. 














62 30 




Higgins, Floriuda B. . 














113 03 




Higgins, John . 














27 59 


27 59 


Higgins, Margaret 














35 60 




Highland, Alice 














81 88 




Hill, Sarah J. . 














123 71 




Hill, Fred R. . 












$53 40 


55 18 




Hill, Warren S. 














105 02 


105 02 


Hiller, LucyE. . 














49 84 


49 84 


Hilton, Orissa P. 














96 12 




Hines, Orin M. 














39 16 




Hitchcock, Alice D. 












5 34 


160 20 




Hodgdon, Flora J. 














65 86 


65 86 


Hclges, Ella A. 














50 73 


50 73 


Hodges, Hattie B. 














55 18 


55 18 


Hodgkins, Luther B. 














40 94 


40 94 


Hodgk nson, John and Thon 


as J. 










16 02 


39 16 




Hodgkinson, Thomas J. 














58 74 




Hodgkinson, John 












89 


27 59 




Hodsdon, David M. 












7 12 


H 58 


26 70 


Hoeffliug, Anton, heirs 














24 03 


24 03 


Holmes, Mary A. 














106 80 


106 80 


Holmes, M ndana D. . 














44 50 


44 50 


Holmes, A Ivan D. 












4 45 




4 45 


Holmes, Fred H. and Agnes 














26 70 


. 26 70 


Holmes, Thomas C. . 














2 67 




Holmes, Margaret R. . 














27 59 




Holt, Charles F. 














SO 10 


80 10 


Holtham, Georgianna 














94 34 


94 34 


Holtham, Henry S. . 












6 23 




6 23 


Holtham, William E. . 












11 57 






Holway, William H. . 














67 64 


67 64 


Holzer, Ulrich . 












45 


106 SO 




Homans, brank B. 












1 33 


119 26 




Hood, Georgianna 














24 03 




Hood, John 












5 34 


103 24 




Hood, John & Co. 












71 20 






Hoogs, Hannah M. 














126 38 




Hope, James D. 














58 74 




Hopkirk, Jane 














23 14 




Home, Olive 














26 70 


26 70 


Home, Ernest, heirs . 














21 36 


12 46 


Horr, Sarah E. 














74 76 




House, Nettie F. B. . 














71 20 


71 20 


Houston, Joseph J. 












2 67 


43 61 


46 28 


Houston, Mary J. 














10 68 




Hovey, Solomon, heirs 














85 44 




Howard, Henry F., heirs 














53 40 




Howard, Losa P. 












4 45 


71 20 




Howe, Kittie M. 














25 81 




Howe, Kittie M. 












8 01 




S 01 


Howe, Eugenia A. 














92 56 


92 56 


Howes, Alfred E. 














60 52 




Howes, Charles 














89 00 




Howes, Mary A. P. 














61 41 


61 41 


Hudson, Maria . 














37 38 




Hudson, John W. 












1 78 


26 70 


28 4S 



115 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



Hudson, Mary . 
Huestis, Alio-! M. 
Huggan, Thomas 
Huggins, Charles E. . 
Hughes, Thomas J. 
Hughes, Catherine 
Hukin, Emily R. 
Hultzberg, Anna S. 
Humphrey, Jennie B. 
Humphrey, Edward I. 
Hunt, Ira J. and Gertrude 
Hunt, Karen 

Hurley, Dennis and Mary 
Hurley, Dennis 
Hurst, Mar / 
Hurter, Jennie F. 
Hurter, George C, heirs 
Hutchins, Ella E. 
Hutchinson, Elizabeth 
Hutchinson, Eliza G. . 
Hyde ParK Savings Bank 
Hyde Park Water Co. 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co 
Hyde Park First Congregational Church 
Hyde Park Ice Co. 
Hyde Park Cycle Co. . 
Hide Park Caramel Co. 
Hyde Park Co-operative Bank 
Hyde Park Y. M. C. £ . 
Hyde Park Associates, C. F. Allen, Henry N. Bates, Geo. 
E. Whiting, trustees ..... 



Ingersoll, William H., heirs 



Jackson, James W. 

Ja kson, Margaret 

Jackson, Herbert I. 

Jackson, Grace M. 

Jackson, Thomas E. 

Jacobs, Mary D. 

James, Mary 

Jank, Robert C. 

Jefierds, Lewis S. B. 

Jeflers, George . 

Jenkins, Eliza B. 

Jenkins, Howard 

Jenkins, Bridget 

Jenney, Charles F. 

Jenney, EdwinC. 

Jenney, Charles E., heirs 

Jennev, C. F. and E. C. 

Jenney, E. C, C. F. and Ann M. Stark 

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

Jennison, Charles S. 

Jigger, John W . 

Johnston, John . 

Jones, Antoinette C. 

Jones, John H. . 

Jones, Mary A. 

Jones, Thomas 



Per- 

sonal. 



284 SO 
1441 80 

21 36 

7 12 

8 90 



24 92 



Real 


Estate. 


$21 36 


39 16 


13 35 


39 16 


65 86 


59 63 


46 28 


37 38 


115 70 


55 18 


59 63 


20 47 


12 46 


8 90 


56 96 


160 20 


61 41 


33 82 


37 38 


117 48 


469 03 


747 60 


644 36 


267 00 


100 57 


89 00 


283 02 


48 06 


38 27 


65 86 


12 46 


84 55 


45 39 


59 63 


56 07 


28 48 


59 63 


48 06 


66 75 


8 90 


32 04 


156 64 


332 86 


121 93 


9 79 


138 84 


47 17 


49 84 


81 83 


124 60 


14 24 


62 30 


71 20 


24 03 



Unpaid. 



$21 36 
39 16 
13 35 
39 16 
65 86 



37 7S 



20 47 
12 46 
8 90 



33 82 
37 3S 
117 48 



178 00 
21 36 

7 12 

8 90 



48 6 



332 86 

121 93 

9 79 

138 84 



81 88 
149 52 



116 
Resident Tax-Payers 



{Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Jones, Annie ....... 




$ 46 28 


$ 46 28 


Jones, Annit C. 












63 19 


63 19 


Jones, Edward D. 










$ 1 78 




1 78 


Jordan, Ellen . 












23 14 


23 14 


Jordan, Patrick J. 












30 26 


30 26 


Jordan, Mary A. 












20 47 


20 47 


Joi dan, Edwin E. 










1 78 




1 78 


Jordan, John C. 










3 56 


76 54 




Joiibert, Frances A. . 












113 03 




Joubert, Didier Z. 












40 05 




Julian, Mary A. heirs 












24 03 




K 








Kappler, Meinrad ... . . 




40 94 


40 94 


Katzman, Elizabeth . 












24 03 


24 03 


Kazar, John H. 












64 08 




Kazar, Jessiu I. 












48 06 




Keane, Margaret, heirs 












25 81 


25 81 


Keane, William E. 












29 37 


29 37 


Keane, Jeremiah J. 












52 51 




Kearney, John, heirs . 












39 J6 


30 26 


Keating, Edward J. and Theresa 1 












28 48 


28 48 


Keefe, John A. 












69 42 


69 42 


Keegan. Maiy . 












32 04 


32 04 


Keene. Charles W. 












9 79 




Keiley, Mary 












1 78 


1 7S 


Keith", Louisa . 












154 86 




Ke leher, Hugh 












25 81 


25 81 


Keiley, Mary A. 












23 14 




Keiley, Annie E. 












74 76 




Kelliher, Timothy P. . 


*" 










3 56 




Kendall, Matilda H. . 












213 60 




Kendall, Edward A. . 










34 71 






Kendall, Henry C. 












48 95 




Kennedy, Fredrick J. . 










53 40 






Kennedy, John . 












25 81 


25 SI 


Kennedy, Hannah 












60 52 




Kennedy, Mary 












48 06 




Kennedy, Daniel S. . 










12 46 






Kenyon, Ralph G. 












39 16 


39 16 


Ketcham, Hattie V. . . . 












35 60 


35 60 


Kiggen, Joseph M. 










4 00 




4 00 


Kiggen, John, heirs . 












22 25 


22 25 


Kiggen, Michael 










3 56 


4*3 06 




Kill am, Horace W. 












33 82 




Kilroy, Mary E. 












6 23 


6 23 


Kilty, John T. heirs . 












46 28 


46 28 


Kimball, Ellen . 












34 71 




King, Catherine, heirs 












27 59 




King, George D. 












42 72 




Kingston, Thomas 












5 34 




Kirwan, William 












42 72 




Kivlin, Bartholomew B. 










2 67 




2 67 


Knapp, William H. . 












71 20 




Knight, L. Angie 












81 S8 




Kollock, Arthur C. 










8 90 






Kollock. William B. . 












14 -4 




Krug, Elizabeth 










3 56 


16 91 




Kuhn, Clara E. 












90 78 




Kunkle, Frank . 










1 78 


25 81 


27 59 


Kunkle, Victoria E. . 












24 03 




Kunkle, Frank, and Patrick Murphy 










50 73 





117 
Resident Tax-Paters — {Continued.) 



Lagnor, Elinor, 

Lake, Martha S. 

Lally, Michael . 

Lambart, Charles and Margaret 

Lambert, John . 

Lanahan, Robert, heirs 

Landt, Henry . 

Lane, Ann, heirs 

Lane, Harriet L. 

Lane, Emma L. 

Lapham Elizabeth 

Lappin, Isaac L. 

Larrson, Peter . 

Laughlin, James 

Laughlin, Garrett 

Lauppe, Charles F. 

Layers, James W. 

Layers, Laura E. 

Layers, Christine 

Lawrence, Catherine 

Lawsou, James D., he 

Leadbetter, Charlotte 

Lee, Bridget 

Lee, Ann S. 

Leeds, Catherine F. 

Lehr, Jacob 

Leighton, Henry H. 

Leonard, Alice . * 

Lermon, Adolph 

Leseur, Benjamin F. heirs 

Leseur, Horatio, heirs 

Leslie, I<la M. . 

Leslie, Isabe! L. 

Leufgren, Oscar J. 

Lewis, Charles, tax title 

Lewis, Ellen D 

Lewis, Elizabeth T 

Lewis, Dayid W. 

Libby, Samuel W. 

Light, Charles F. heirs 

Lindgren, Swan J. 

Lindgren, Olot P. 

Lindgren, Alice 

Lindsay, Edgar 

Lingham, Charles T 

Linton, Arthur H. 

Little, Everett A. 

Littlefleld, Lucretia 

Lockhart, Bertha M. 

Lockwood James F 

Loder, Susan J. 

Loftua. Julia 

Logan, Thomas H. 

Look}-, Johanna, and Mary Ennie 

Loud, Francis F. 

LovUand, Helen A. 

Loyell, Sarah A. 

Lovejoy, John S. 

Lovejoy, Giace M. 

Lovering, Flora 

Lucey, Julia E. 

Lufkm, Mary E. 



Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 




$25 81 






60 52 






10 68 






26 70 


$26 70 




8 90 






22 25 






55 18 






24 03 


24 03 




58 74 






60 52 






40 94 




$5 34 


62 30 


5 34 




7 12 


7 12 




28 48 






59 63 






31 15 


31 15 




3 56 


3 56 




1 78 






34 71 






77 43 






25 81 


25 81 




60 52 






149 52 


149 52 




72 09 






32 93 


32 93 




46 28 


46 2s 




18 69 




5 34 


99 68 

179 78 

80 10 

12 46 


5 34 




17 80 


17 80 




53 40 






246 53 






119 26 




17 80 








19 58 


19 58 




130 83 




3 12 


37 38 


40 50 


2 67 


113 03 


115 70 




35 60 


35 60 




34 71 


34 71 




31 15 






51 62 


51 62 




32 04 


32 04 




46 28 


34 71 




32 04 


32 04 




55 18 






124 60 






46 28 






5 34 


5 34 




48 06 




1 78 


58 74 
83 66 
78 32 




29 37 




29 37 




94 34 


94 34 




72 98 


72 98 




14 24 


14 24 




50 73 


17 73 



118 
Resident Tax-Paters 



{Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Lyford, Byley ....... 




$ 12 09 




Lynch, Margaret 












61 46 




Lynch, Bridget A. 












21 36 




Lynch, Catherine E. 












40 05 


$40 05 


Lyon, Emerson W". 










$ 7 12 


103 24 


110 36 


Lyons, Mary E. 












24 03 


24 03 


Lyons, James E. 












27 59 


27 59 


M 








MacDonald, D. R. . 




22 25 


22 25 


MacGregor, Archibald 










94 34 




Mackintosh, James 








17 80 


147 74 




Mackintosh, D. Homer 








8 90 




8 90 


Mackintosh, John S. . 








9 79 


32 04 




Mackintosh, Etta M. . 










39 16 




Mackintosh, James 










48 06 




Macomber, Amos, heirs 










18 69 




Mahoney, Dennis, heirs . , 










169 10 


169 10' 


Mahoney, Dennis W. . 








13 08 




13 08 


Mahoney, Sarah T. 








3 56 


66 75 


70 31 


Mahoney, Bridget, heirs 










29 37 




Mahoney, John W. 








2 67 




2 67 


Mahoney, William 








26 70 




26 70- 


Mahoney, Louisa T. . 










60 52 


60 52 


Malley, Luke and Catherine 










40 94 




Mandell, Henry C. 










105 91 




Manley, George H. 










40 05 


40 05 


Mann, Catherine S. 










26 7C 




Mannion, Patrick 










32 04 




Marks, Lena 










60 52 


60 52 


Marr, Adeline M. 


» 








269 67 




Martin, Patrick, heirs 










23 14 




Marsden, Ellen 










69 42 




Marshall, Mary 










39 16 


21 36 


Marsters, Lotten 










48 95 




Mason, Mary E. 










32 93 


32 93 


Mathewson, Jerome, heirs . 










60 52 


60 52 


Mathias, Jane T. 










13 d5 


13 35 


Math us, Franz . 










45 39 




May, Hannah Alice 










43 61 


43 61 


Maynard, William M. 








8 90 






McAfee, John W. and Sarah M. 










40 94 




McAlpine, Lemuel A. 










1 78 




McAndrew, Patrick, and Catharine 


t McGrath 








46 28 




McAskell, Kenneth 










39 16 




McAuliffe, Edward and Bridget 










24 92 




McAvoy, Mary E. 










57 85 




McBride, E. W. and J. M. . 








8 90 


69 42 


78 32- 


McCarter, John G. 










8 90 




McCarter, Sarah J. G. 










48 95 




McCarthy, Mary, heirs 










26 70 




McCarthy, Michael 










28 48 


28 48- 


McClellan, Peter 










19 58 




McClenaghan, Joseph 








1 78 




1 78 


McClenaghan, Letitia 










26 70 


26 70 


McConnell, John T. . 










28 48 




McCoy, Mary J. 










19 58 


19 58 


McDermott, Joanna 










65 86 


65 86 


McDermott, Joseph F. 








1 78 




1 78 


McDermott, Margaret 










17 80 




McDermott, John 










23 14 




McDonald, Roderick J. 








1 78 






McDonald, David A. . 










44 50 





119 
Resident Tax-Paters 



{Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 








<S"*!-^ 


McDonalrt, William I. . 




$ 38 27 


§ 38 27 


McDonough, John, heirs 














78 32 


78 32 


McDonough, Rose A. 














46 28 




McDonough, Mary, heirs 














26 70 




McDonough, Mary C. . 














40 05 




McDonough, Patrick J. 














3 56 




McDonough, Peter 














69 42 


69 42 


McDonough, Thomas J. 












$ 3 56 


24 92 




McDougald, John C. . 














53 40 




McGill cudy, John, heirs 














23 14 




McGinley, Joseph B. . 














40 94 




McGowan, Andrew 














17 80 




McGowan, Thomas 














31 15 




McGrath, Mary E. 














12 46 


12 46 


McGrath, James 












1 33 


10 68 


12 01 


McGrath, Honora J. . 














64 OS 


64 OS 


McGrath, Margaret 














61 41 


61 41 


McGregor, Frank P. . 












26 70 






McGuire, John J. 














3 56 




Mclnnes, William 














32 04 




Mclntyre, Harriet F. . 














57 85 




Mclntyre, William F. . 














57 85 




Mclntyre, Hannah P. 














37 38 




Mclntyre, Warren F. 














62 30 


62 30 


McKeen, Lena D. 














40 05 


40 05 


McKendry, Susan M. . 














54 29 




McKenna, John H., heirs 














194 02 




McKenna , Mary A . 














69 42 




McKenna, James, 2nd. 














22 25 




McKenna, James 














6 23 


6 23 


McKenna, Thomas 














29 37 


29 37 


McKenna, Catherine, heirs 














29 37 


29 37 


MoKinney, William G. 














28 48 




McLaughlin, Daniel . 














72 98 


72 98 


McLean, Alexander, heirs 














40 94 


40 9t 


McLenn, John . 














97 t0 


97 90 


McLellan, Elizabeth . 














35 60 




McLeod, Mary J. 














67 64 


67 64 


McLeod, Bessie 














28 48 


28 48 


McLeod, George C. 














5 34 




McMahon, John W. 












89 




89 


McMahon, Mary E. 














30 26 


30 26 


McMahon, Joseph 














49 84 




McMahon, Margaret . 














71 20 


71 20 


McManus, Katherine F. 














34 71 


34 71 


McPherson, Alexander 














43 61 


43 61 


Meagher, John A. 














41 83 


41 83 


Meiggs, Clarence U. . 














105 02 




Melia, Bridget . 














36 49 




Melville, Anna M. 




X 










78 32 




Mercer, Emily J. 














46 28 


46 28 


Mercer, Thomas 














37 38 


37 38 


Merrill. Lena B. 














51 62 


51 62 


Merrow, Susan A. 














97 90 


97 90 


Methodist Church Society 














63 19 


63 19 


Middleton, Catherine J. 














161 09 




Miles, George . 












39 16 


44 50 


83 66 


Miles Eva E. 














85 44 


85 44 


Miller, Annie . 














119 26 


119 26 


Miller, Peter heirs 














30 26 


12 46 


Miller, Lois 














44 50 


44 50 


Miller, Mary E. 














124 60 




Millett, Edward P. 














38 27 


38 27 


Mills, Joseph W. 










1 13 35 




13 35 



120 
Resident Tax-Payers — ( Continued. ) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
E statu. 


Unpaid. 


Milne, John ..... 


$ 5 34 


$ 74 76 


$ 80 10 


Miner, Henry B. . . . 










8 90 


156 64 




Miner, Mam) M. 












24 03 




Miner and Crumett 












33 82 


33 82 


Mitchell, Abbie E. 












71 20 




Mitchell, George A. an'l Susan E. 












119 26 




Mitchell, Sarah L. 












79 21 




Mo wan, John J. ... 












35 60 




Moltedo, Joseph 










8 01 


99 68 


107 69 


Monahan, John H. 












30 26 


30 26 


Monahan, William J. . 












32 93 


32 93 


Monahan, Mary J. 












53 40 


53 40 


Mooar, Caroline H. 












132 61 




Mooar, James F. 










5 79 


51 62 




Morau, Mary E. 












24 03 




Morrell, Harry E. 










2 67 






Morris, Mary 












28 48 




A *orrisey, Annie 












32 93 


32 93 


Morrison, Ida A. 












39 16 




Morrison, Gerald M. . 












5 3' 




Morrison, Elisha H. 












43 6! 




Morrison, < Jharles F. . 










20 47 


32 93 


53 40 


Morrison, Marv E. 












64 97 


64 97 


Morrison, William J. . 












30 26 




Morrison, Michael and Bridget 












71 20 


71 20 


Morse, George W. 










1 78 


34 71 


36 41 


Morse, Theodora E. . 












50 73 




Morse, Annie B. 












80 10 




Morten son, Tena 












33 82 


33 82 


Moseley, Samuel R. . 










26 70 






Moseley, Caroline M. . 












89 00 




Morev, William A. . 












78 32 




Mugford, Frederick F. 












31 15 


31 15 


Mulcahy, Isabella 












127 -7 


127 27 


Mnlcahy, Micha2l 










2 67 




2 67 


Mulhtru, Annie L. 












36 49 


33 49 


Mullen, Ann 












16 91 




Mullen, Michael T. 










1 78 




1 78 


Mul en, Flora E. 












24 92 


24 92 


Mullen, Margaret M. 












222 50 




Mulvey, Jane . 










45 


45 39 




Mungau, Patrick 










4 45 


33 82 




Murphy, Hannah . . _ 












21 36 




Murphy, M iry A. E., heirs 












85 44 




Murray, Bridget 












34 71 




Murray, Elizabeth 












40 94 


40 94 


Murray, Daniel A. . 












30 26 




Myers, Samuel 










26 70 


60 52 


87 22 


Myers, Samuel 






' 






59 63 




N 








Nason, Joseph L. . . . 


2 67 


5 34 




Naujjhnan, John 












27 59 




Neal, Wallace 1. 










2 67 


20 47 




Neale, Marianna E. 












53 40 


53 40 


Neill, Annie H. 












2 67 


2 67 


Neilson, David B. 












53 40 




Ness, Mary 












23 14 




Newcomb, George K. 












42 72 


42 72 


Newell, Stil.mau E. . 












38 27 




Newell, Susan E. 












44 50 




Newhall, Sarah E., heirs 












42 72 




Newton, Sarah F., heirs 












92 56 





121 
Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued) 



Newton, Susan M. 
Nichols, Minnie 
Nicholson, Sadie G. 
Nicholson, Henry A. 
Noble, Mary H. 
Noble, Mark E. 
Nolan, Ann 
Noonan, Matthew 
Norfolk Supply (Jo. 
Norling, Charles G., 
Norris, Frank E. 
Norris, Eilwin S. 
Norris, George H. 
Norris, William H. and 
Norris, William H. 
Norris, Harry A . 
Norton, Susan H. 
Norton, Mary 
Norton, Fannie A. 
Norton, Frank S. 
Norton, Frank S. and 
^Norwood, William E. 
Noyes, Martha H., hei 
Noyes, Annie T. 
Hoyes, Maria H. 
Noyes, Thomas H. 
Nunn, William J. 



O'Brien, Catherine 
■O'Brien, John, heirs 
O'Britn, Catherine E 
O'Brien, Lawrence S. 
O'Connell, Daniel 
O'Oonnell, Mary A. 
O'C'on or, John 
-O'Connor, Michael, he 
O'Connor, Patrick 
O'Donnell, James 
O'Flaherty, Martin 
■O'Grady, Delia A. 
O'Halloran, Mary E. 
O'Hern, Mary M. 
O'Rourke, James 
O'Rourke, Patrick 
O'Toole, Michael 
Ollive, James F. 
Olson, Martin . 
Orcutt, Fred S. H. 
OrkiD, Bennett J. 
Ormsbee, Priscilla B. 
Ormsbee, William W 
Ostrom, Bernard P. 
Ott, Katherine . 



Page, Mary E. . 
Page, Mary E., admx 
Pagmton, Mary A. 
Paginton, Thomas 
Paginton, John S. 
Paine, Francis M. 



Harry A. 



Lucy T. Crummett 



Per- 
sonal. 



$2 67 
35 6U 

10 68 
35 60 



5 78 



2irs 








v • 



Real 
Estate. 



2 67 



8 90 
16 91 



5 34 



$76 54 

50 73 
419 19 

51 62 

27 59 
16 02 

35 60 

329 30 

48 06 

53 40 

242 OS 

436 10 

110 36 

50 73 

78 32 

64 97 

63 19 

5 34 

81 88 

60 52 

7 12 

97 01 

48 06 

50 73 



40 95 
154 86 
99 68 
27 59 
89 00 
145 07 
137 95 

16 91 

17 80 
48 95 
23 13 

8 90 
22 25 
5U 73 

37 38 

38 27 
52 51 
30 26 
34 71 
37 38 

50 73 

8 90 

40 05 



8 01 

28 48 
27 59 
53 40 



Unpaid. 



$50 73 

419 19 

2 67 



16 02 
10 68 



48 06 

242 08 
436 10 
110 36 



7 12 
67 01 

48 06 



154 86 
99 68 



16 91 

48 95 

23 13 

8 90 

22 25 



52 51 

34 71 

37 38 

2 67 



3 56 



8 90 
16 91 

8 01 
33 82 
27 59 
53 40 



122 
Resident Tax-Paters — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Paine, John A. . . . . . . 


$ 1 78 


$ 51 62 


$ 53 40 


Paine, Mary E. 














126 38 


57 85 


Paine, Charles F. 












10 68 


59 63 




Palmer, Catherine L. . 














44 50 




Palmer, Charles E. 












1 78 






Parkhurst, Frederick A. 












11 57 


114 81 




Parkhurst, Leonard W., heii 


•s 












56 96 




Parks, Albert L. 














57 85 




Partridge, Charles C. . 












1 33 




1 33 


Pattee, Amelia A. 














23 14 


14 24 


Payson, Cordelia A. . 














87 22 


87 22 


Peabody, Mary J. 














40 05 




Peabody, Ephraim S., heirs 












140 62 


140 62 


Peabody, Mary D. and Mary J. 












258 10 




Peach, John 










2 67 




2 67 


Pearce, Alice J. C. 














72 09 


72 09 


Peare, Cora A. . 














108 58 




Peck, Minnie E. 














27 59 




Peck, Harriet A. 














53 40 




Peck, Mary Ann 














.. 56 07 




Peirce, Catherine, heirs 














50 73 


50 1% 


Pepper, Mary H. 














26 70 


26 70 


Pera, Lorenzo and Nora Johnson 










23 14 




Perekszlis, Adomas and Frank Lanezka 










7 12 


7 12 


Perkins, A'bert S. . 










99 68 




Perkins, Hannah S 














124 60 




Perkins, David 














363 12 




Perkins, David, tax title 














2 67 




Perry, Oria J. and Minnie A 














80 10 




Perry, Mary H. 














44 50 


44 50 


Perry, Edward E. 












1 78 


40 94 


42 72 


Perry, Matilda M. 














115 70 




Peterson, Annie C. 




• 










35 60 




Pfciffer, George W. . 














78 32 




Phelps, Henry B., heirs 














69 42 


33 82 


Phillips, Mary V. 














69 42 


69 42 


Phillips, Benjamin E. 












1 78 




1 78 


Phipps, Daniel W. 












1 78 


145 07 




Phipps, Henry M. 












2 67 




2 67 


Pickett, Eliza D. 












1 7S 


51 62 




Pierce, Emma C. 














79 21 




Pierce, George B. 














43 61 




Pierce, Elizabeth V. . 














58 74 


58 74 


Pierce, John E 'dy 














78 32 


78 32 


Pineo, James C. 














73 87 


73 87 


Pingree, Calista 












2 67 


78 32 




Plummer, Wllmot H. . 












3 56 




3 56 


Podbury, Marion B. 














97 90 


97 90 


Podbury, Thomas L. . 












1 78 


41 83 




Podbury, Thomas B. . 














48 06 


48 06- 


Pommer, Fobeit E. 












5 87 


217 16 




Pommer, Louisa A. . 














8 01 




Poole, Mary E. . 














35 60 


35 60. 


Poole, Walter W. 












7 12 




7 12 


Poole, William . 














56 96 




Porter, Ira C. . 














55 18 




Porter, Samuel F. 














108 58 




Porter, Frances E. 














24 92 


24 92 


Pothecary, Harry 














125 49 




PothecarV; Patience, heirs 














94 34 




Powers, Wilbur H. 












26 70 


190 46 




Pratt, Harriett E. 














40 94 


40 94 


Prescott, Grace H., heirs 














50 73 


50 73 


Preston, William D. . 














121 93 





123 
Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



Preston, Fannie D. 
Price, Charles . 
Price, Florence A. 
Pring, James F. 
Pring, Mary E. . 
Pring, Johanna . 
Probert, Richard 
Putuam, Hannah A. 
Putnam, Sidney C, heirs 



Quealey, William 
Quinlan, John . 
Quinn, James . 



R 



Radell, Emma L. 

Ra i ford, Anna M. 

Radford, Frank H. 

Rafter, John C. 

Rafter, John James 

Rafter, Ruth H. 

Rafter, Maria . 

Rand, Sarah A. . 

Rand, Rachael P. 

Rausch, George H. 

Rausch, Alice G. 

Ray, John G. 

Raynes, Martha A. heir 

Raynes, Elizabeth H. 

Reagan, Mary . 

Reardon, Ellen . 

Reynolds, Lucy A. 

Rtynjlds, Lucy A. 

Rhodes, Marian 

Rice, Emerson, . 

Rice, Sarah W. . 

Rich Brothers . 

Rich, Etta F. . 

Rich, Bertna J. . 

Rich, Frank B. . 

Richardson, John 

Richardson, Nellie L. 

Richardson, Elizabeth 

Richardson, George L. 

Richardson & Rafter, E. C. Jenney 

Riley, Joseph 1st 

Riley, Joseph, 2d, and Bridget 

Riley, Thomas and Julia 

Riley, Nancy D. , 

Riley, Mary A . . 

Rimmer, Agnes E. 

Ritchie, John 

Ritchie, Harriet N. 

Ritchie, Mary J., 

Ritchie, Margaret 

Roach, Henry J. 

Roberts, Edith E. 

Roberts, Henry M. 

Roberts, Elizabeth 

Robinson, Henry B 

Robinson, Julia F. 



trustee 



Per- 
sonal. 



$3 56 



71 20 



24 47 



3 56 



1 33 

1 7S 



23 05 
53 40 



3 56 



Real 


Estate. 


$72 09 


73 87 


9 79 


96 12 


49 S4 


72 98 


140 62 


52 51 


186 90 


24 03 


130 83 


258 99 


83 66 


56 96 


8 90 


16 02 


51 62 


16 91 


35 60 


8 01 


51 62 


180 67 


44 50 


64 97 


31 15 


16 02 


95 23 


71 20 


52 51 


72 98 


79 21 


87 22 


16 91 


55 18 


37 38 


43 61 


47 17 


74 76 


158 42 


18 69 


16 02 


52 51 


44 50 


9 79 


47 17 


74 76 


49 84 


115 70 


37 38 


6 23 


61 41 


]8 69 


76 54 


47 17 


228 73 



Unpaid. 



$73 87 
9 79 



49 84 



52 95 



S 01 
51 62 



44 50 



95 23 

71 20 



40 94 

158 42 
52 51 
38 27 



124 
Resident Tax-Payers. 



(Continued.) 





NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 

$2 67 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Robinson, Willis G. 




$ 2 67 


Robinson, Sarah E. heirs 










$58 74 


58 74 


Robinson, George K. . 










69 42 




Robinson, John T. & Co. 








186 90 


281 24 




Rockwood, Estella C. . 










55 18 




Rogers, William N. 










42 72 


42 72 


Rogers, DeWitt C. and Sophia J. 










65 86 




Rogers, Margaret 










56 96 


56 96 


Rogers, Catherine G. . 










39 16 




Rogers, James R. 










37 38 


37 38 


Rogers, Patrick 










40 94 


40 94 


Rogers, Margaret (Lucey) . 










56 96 


56 96 


Rogers, Johinua 










52 51 


52 51 


Rogers, Arthur T. and Nellie A. 










8 01 


8 01 


Rogers, Arthur T. 










48 95 


48 95' 


Rogers, Eliza T. 










101 46 




Rogers, Viola M. 
Rollins, Fred E. 










45 39 


45 39 










48 06 


48 06 


Roman, John 










106 SO 


86 33 


Roman, Elizabeth 










101 46 




Roome, B. Elizabeth . 










42 72 




Rooney, Patriek 








2 67 


42 72 




Rocm-y, Frances M. . 










27 59 




Rooney, Edward D. . 










44 50 




Rooney, Patrick M. 










24 92 




Rooney. Catherine 










440 55 




Rooney, Patrick J., heirs 










28 48 


28 48 


Rooney, Alice F. 










275 90 


275 bO 


Rooney, Margaret V. . 










47 17 




Ross, Agnes T. . 










89 00 




Rowell, MaryE. 










43 61 


43 61 


Rowed, Benjamin L. . 








2 67 




2 67 


Rowell, Ada C. . 










37 38 


37 38 


Rudolph, Agnes C. 










44 50 




Ruit.-r, Myrtle S. 










47 17 


47 17 


Runnells, Levi A. 










51 62 


51 t>2 


Russo, Kaifaelo 










25 81 




Ryan, James F. and Bridget 










39 16 




Ryan, Bridget, trustee 










6 23 




Ryan, Isaac L. . 










62 30 


62 30 


Sampson, Arch R. ..... . 


11 57 




11 57 


Samoson, Margaret 










329 30 


329 30 


Samuels, Isaac B., heirs 










46 28 


46 28 


Sanborn, Mary . 










31 15 


31 15 


Sanborn, John W. 










30 26 




Sanborn, Mary J. 










49 81 




Sanford, George 










41 83 




Sanger, Sarah J. 










106 80 




Sargent, Louis H. . . . 










46 28 


46 28 


Sargent, Gilbert L. 










53 40 


53 40 


Savage, Euen D. 








34 8S 


8 90 


43 78 


Savage, Mary E, . . . 










64 97 


64 97 


Savage, Marv .... 










8 90 




Savage, John C, B. H. Greeuhood, 


assignee 






3 11 


72 98 


76 09 


Savag. , Henrietta L. . 










54 29 


54 29 


SawtelU-, G orge W. . 










5 34 




Sawtelle, Mary M. . 










35 60 




Saw.ier, Edwin W. . 










56 96 




S;iwyer, Daniel, heirs . 










49 84 




Saver, William H. 








51 62 




Schell, Ellen A. 






64 08 





125 
Resident Tax-Payers - 



(Continued.) 



Schofleld, Hannah 

Schultz, Gustav 

Sen wartzen berg, Wilhelmina 

Scott, William W. 

Scott, James H. 

Scott, Jane W, . 

Scott, Robert, heirs 

Scott, Robert 

Scott, Lelia A. . 

Scott, James D. 

Scrivens, Hannah L 

Scrivens, Waller 0. 

Scully, Mary E., heirs 

Sears, Harriet A. 

Sears, Susan A. . 

Seavey, Edward I. 

Seymore, Thomas 

Shaughnessey, Edward 

Shaw, Mary 

Sheehan, Mary E. 

Sheehan, Patrick J. 

Sheehan, John F. 

Shepard, Asenath A. 

Shepherd, Peter 

Sheridan, James E. 

Sherman, Ella E., heirs 

Simmons, James 

Simmons, Bridget A. 

Smallinsr, William E. 

Smith, Herbert L. 

Smith, Oscar C. 

Smith, Fredericka 

Smith, Mary S. D. 

Smith, Reliance G. 

Smith, Beebe, heirs 

Smith, William A., heirs 

Smith, Mary, heirs 

Smith, Lucy A. 

Smith, Mary A. 

Smiton, George 

Snellgrove, John 

Snow, Lavinia, heirs 

Snow, George H. 

Soley and Smith 

Somes, Samuel S. 

Soule, Sadie L. 

Soule, Mary Leach 

Soule, Albion, M. M. 

Sparrell, William P. 

Spear, Charles F. 

Speed, Lelia M. 

Shencer, Charles H. 

Spenci t James N. 

Spencer, Timothy 

Sreenan, Patrick 

Stack, John 

Stack, John 

Stack, Thomas . 

Stackpole, Eunice 

Stanberry, Richard, Jr 

Stanley, Arthur 

Stanley, Edward E. 

Stark, Ann Maria 

Stevens, Elvira C. C 



Per- 
sonal. 



$ 7 12 

1 78 

35 60 



17 80 



9 79 
12 46 



7 12 

20 47 



14 24 
14 24 



1 78 

2 67 



2 67 



4 45 



Real 
Estate. 



$ 36 49 
33 82 
20 47 

121 04 
185 12 
46 28 

40 94 
55 18 

125 49 
33 82 
32 04 

41 83 
45 39 
55 18 



S3 66 
41 83 
69 42 
60 52 

69 42 
51 62 

56 96 
162 87 
24 92 



14 24 
55 18 
44 50 

39 16 

40 05 
44 50 
55 18 
51 62 
23 14 
55 18 

54 29 

36 49 

138 84 
104 13 

19 58 

133 50 
78 32 
50 73 
40 94 

37 38 
8 01 

38 27 
80 10 
37 38 
35 60 
33 82 

20 47 
91 67 

103 24 
195 80 
53 40 



Unpaid. 



$46 28 
40 94 



41 83 

55 18 
30 26 
48 06 
83 66 



60 52 
17 SO 



24 92 
7 12 



39 16 

40 05 
44 50 



55 18 
14 24 



19 58 

40 94' 

37 38 

38 27 

9 92 
71 12 
195 80 



126 
Resident Tax-Payers 



{Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Stevens, Albert G. ... 




$100 57 




Stevens, Mary M. . , 










44 50 




Stevens, Berley E. . 










43 61 


$ 43 61 


Stevens, Anna M. 










99 68 


99 68 


Steward, Ellen A. 










49 84 


49 84 


Stewart, Malcolm 










49 84 


49 84 


Stickney, Emma O. . 










35 60 


35 60 


Stockbridye, Arthur B. 










65 86 


65 86 


Stockford, Hugh J. . 










165 54 




Stocking Mary M. 










135 28 




Stone, Franklin, heirs 










117 48 


117 48 


Stone, Elma A. .... 










62 30 


62 30 


Storer, Emma A. 










34 71 




Story, Arthur W., heirs 










28 48 


28 48 


Story, Alice A. 










• 7 12 


7 12 


Strachan, Douglas 










8 01 




Strachau, Betsey 










5 34 




Straw, Antoinette McK. 










60 5, 




Strout, Barbara 










69 42 




Stuart, Win. J. and Elizabeth 










147 74 




Stuart, William J. 








$ 1 78 






Sullivan, Rachel F. . 










26 70 




Sullivan, Mary 










32 93 




Sullivan, Lawrence E. and Catherine T. 










26 70 


26 70 


Sumner, Henrietta C. 










58 74 


58 74 


Sumner, William F. heirs . 










46 28 




Swallow, Adeline E. . 










58 74 


5S 74 


Swanstrom, Augu.-t . 










34 71 




Sweeney, Patrick, heirs 










37 38 


37 38 


Sweeney, Jane 










64 97 




Sweeney, Thomas W. 








2 67 


72 98 


75 65 


Swinton, Jennie S. . 










69 42 




Shea, Ellen F *" 










31 15 




Shea, Edward .... 










22 25 




Shea, William .... 










34 71 




Shea, Mary J. . 

T 










25 81 


25 SI 


Tacey, George . 


1 78 






Tacey, Mary 












90 7S 




Tarrant, George M. 












30 26 


30 26 


Tarrant, Mary A. 












51 62 


51 62 


Taylor, Prince H. heirs 












38 27 




Taylor, Daniel T. heirs 












55 18 




Taylor, Charlotte A. heirs 












19 58 




Taylor, Charlotte A. . 












51 62 




Taylor, Elliott 0. 










5 34 




5 34 


Terry, Henry B. and Abbie A. 










77 43 




Terry, Henry B. and A bbie A. 










13 35 




Terry, Henry B. 










136 17 




Terry, John, 












66 75 


53 40 


Thomas, William M. . 










1 33 




1 33 


Thompson, Mrs. H. A. B. 












56 07 




Thompson, Arthur E. 












61 41 




Thompson, John B. 












21 36 


21 36 


Thompson, Howard S. 












72 98 


72 98 


Thompson, Elizabeth . 










17 80 






Tibbetts, James T. 










2 67 






Tibbetts, Ella D. 












89 00 




Ticknor, Sheridan F. . 












59 63 




Tilden, Annie E. 












67 64 




Tileston, Arthur G. 










8 90 






Tilton, Josiah N. 












24 03 





127 
Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Tilton, Mary A. 




$ £3 40 




Timpauv, Rlcbard, heirs 










59 16 


$39 16 


Tirrell, F. N. . 








$ 3 56 


204 70 




Tobin, Michael J. . 










5 34 


5 34 


Tomliuson, Robert J. 








44 50 




44 50 


Tooher, William H. . 










153 08 




Tooker, Minnie M. 










80 99 




Toole, Martin .... 










34 71 


34 71 


Tourtelotte, E. C. and E. S. 










54 29 


54 29 


Towle, Peter F. 










33 82 


33 82 


Towner, Thomas J. . 










34 71 


34 71 


Towns, Elizabeth 










48 95 




Townsend, Hiram J. . 










24 92 


24 92 


Townsend, Betsey 










49 84 




Tower, Adeline B. 










77 43 




Trefrev, Elizabeth D. 










62 30 




Treffre'y, William F. 








2 23 






Tripp, Emily A. 










74 76 




Tripp, Abel W. 










34 71 




Tucker, Charles H. 










98 79 




Tucker, Ella A. 










43 84 




Tuckerman, John H. . 








3 56 


40 94 




Turner, Maria Louisa 










3 56 


3 56 


Turner, John J. 










30 26 


30 26 


Tuttle, Anna M. heirs 










129 05 




Tuttle, Samuel A. 








22 70 


63 19 




Twitchell, Elizabeth B., and Anna 


M. Sanderso 


Q 






56 96 




Tyler, Charles H. 










19 58 


19 58 


Tyl.-r, Harriet B., heirs 










135 28 




Tyler, Henry H. 










73 87 




Tyler, Merion W. 










49 84 


49 84 


U 








Underbill, Lizzie S. . . . . ." . 




51 62 


51 62 


Underhill, Edward M. 








2 23 




2 23 


Underbill, Merrill 








89 


48 06 


48 95 


Underhdl, Lois A. 










5 34 


5 34 


Uphatn, Mary . 










49 84 


49 84 


Upham, L. Frank 










40 94 


40 94 


V 








Vincent, Henry ........ 




35 60 




Vivian, Roxanna 










52 51 


52 51 


Vose, Amelia B. 










193 13 




Vose, Mary E. and Sarah M. 










96 12 




Vose, Sarah M. . 










35 60 




W 








Waldron, Charles E. . 




92 56 




Waldron, Hit am E. B. 








47 17 




Walker, Dennis G. 




t 






92 56 




Walker, Lucretia R. . 










49 84 




Wallace, Hannah 










51 62 




Wallace, Richard T. and Ellen A. 










28 48 




Walsh, William P. . 










24 92 




Walstab, Henrietta 










30 26 


30 26 


Walter, Louisa T. 










108 58 




Walter, Theodore A. . 










68 53 


68 53 


Ward, William D. 








53 40 






Ward, Mary S. . 










89 00 




Ward, Rowland 








6 23 







128 
Resident Tax-Payers 



— {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Ward, Charlotte . . . . 




$71 20 


$71 20 


Ward, Amy B. . 












56 07 


5. 07 


Ward, George - 










$1 78 




1 78 


Warren, Mary E. 












87 22 


87 22 


Warren, Peter E. 












25 81 




Washburn, E'iza G. . 












324 85 




Washburn, Andrew . 










17 80 






Wasserboenr, Harvey P. 












80 99 




Waters, Thomas S. 












44 50 


44 50 


Waters, Maria A. 












95 23 


95 23 


Waters, Margaret and Nanci 


rT.S.' 










31 15 




Watkins, Frank S. 












48 95 


48 95 


Watson, Susan, heirs . 












24 03 


24 03 


Waverly vdub, 










17 80 






Webb, George E. 












46 28 




Webber and Wilson, . 












33 82 


33 82. 


Webster. Frank B. 












26 70 


26 70 


Webster, Irving C. 










2 67 


26 70 




Webster, Frank B. Co. 












71 20 


71 20 


Webster, A. Euuora, heirs 












115 70 


115 70 


Weeks, Flora B. 












34 71 




Welch, Mary (Marrun) guar 


i. '. 










16 91 


16 91 


Welch, Annie E. 












20 47 




Welch. Stephen 












19 58 


13 58 


Weld, Theodore D. heirs 












214 49 




Wells, Sarah A. 












49 84 




Wentworth, Eliza J. . 












62 30 


62 30 


Weston, Minnie 












137 06 


137 06 


Weston, WalterS. 










6 23 




6 23 


Wetherbee, Annie A. 












72 OS 




Wetherbee, John H. . 










14 24 






Wheeler, George William 










3 56 




3 56 


Wheeler, Sarah O. 


. *~ 










60 52 




Wheeler, Arthur 0. 












64 08 


64 08 


Wheeler, Mamie E. . 












35 60 


35 60. 


Wheeler, William J. W. 












37 38 




Wheeler, Kate L. 












44 50 




Whitney, Norman 










12 46 






White, John 












32 04 




White, Alvin C. and H. E. B 


Waldron 










17 80 




White, Carrie L. V. . 












83 66 




White, John D. heirs . 












14 24 


14 24 


White, William E. 










1 78 




1 78 


Whiting, G^erge E. . 










78 32 


403 17 




Whitaker, Daniel, heirs 












55 18 




Whittemore, Melinda, heirs 












49 84 


49 84 


Whittemore, Esther M. 












59 63 


59 63 


Whittier, George T. . 












68 53 




Whittier, Sarah A. 












17 80 




Whorf, George C. heirs 












5S 74 


33 74 


Wigglesworth, Stephen N. 












52 51 


52 51 


Wigley, John 












40 94 




Wiglty, Mary . 












12 46 




Wild, Lau r a 












99 68 




Wilkinson ..Jemima . 












43 61 


43 61 


Willard, Henry E. 










17 80 


48 06 


65 86 


Willard, Addie M. 












7o 32 


78 32. 


Williams, Rinaldo 










1 78 




1 78 


Williams,. Susan 












98 79 


98 79 


Williams, Frances A. 












67 64 




Williams, Phoebe A. . 












49 84 




Williams, Frances E. . 












50 73 




Williams, Annie C. 










1 78 




1 78 


Wilson, Johanna O. . 










7 12 


37 38 


44 50 



129 
Resident Tax-Payers. 



— ( Concluded. ) 



Wilson, Harriet 
Winchenbaugh, Lester P. 
Winchenbaugh & Fratus 
Winslow, Elizabeth 
Winstien, Gertrude 
Wirth, Wilhemina C. . 
Wolfe, Ananias, heirs, 
Wolte, Marck . 
Wood, Hannah, heirs 
Wood, Joseph A. 
Wood, Louise M. 
Wood, Rachel P., heirs 
Woo i, Margaret 
Wood, Charles L. 
Wood, Harrie S. 
Wood, Nellie . 
Woodworth, Thomas H. 
Woollard, Leonora R. 
Warrick, Laban, heirs 
Wright, Richard W. . 
Wyman, Ferdinand A. 
Wyman, Mary A. 
Wyman, Eliza H. 



Yeaton, Charles E. 
Youngren, Carl . 



Zaleski, Vincent and Peter 
Zellasko, Antoine 



Per- 


Real 


sonal. 


Estate. 




$ 72 09 




103 24 




14 24 




24 92 




38 27 




40 05 




39 16 


$ 8 90 


22 25 




40 05 




10 68 




97 90 




45 39 




33 82 


3 56 






106 80 




1 78 




131 72 




39 16 




56 96 




163 76 


53 40 


132 61 




47 17 




34 71 


- 


12 46 




29 37 




59 63 




1 78 



Unpaid. 



$103 24 
14 24 
24 92 

38 27 

39 16 
31 15 



45 39 

33 82 

3 56 



34 71 



12 46 



59 63 
1 78 



130 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


A 

Abbott, William D. 


Houghton, Me. . 




$ 5 34 




Adams Express (Jo. 


Boston 


$ 8 90 






Adams, Josephine G., heirs 


Dorchester 




107 69 


$107 69 


Alden, Bessie L. . 


Westl'ord . 




106 80 


106 80 


Alexander, Mercy L. 


Boston 




3 56 




Alles, William H. . 


Brookline . 




78 32 


78 32 


Allston Co-operative Bank 


Allston 




51 62 




Alwarcl, Charles H. 


Boston 




1 78 


1 78 


American Tool & Machine Co. . 


Boston 


801 00 


1810 26 




American Loom Co. 


New Jersev 


356 00 




356 00 


Anaerson, George E. 


Millis 




71 20 




Anderson, John J. . 


Boston 




33 82 


33 82 


Andrews, Mary A. . 


Boston 




7 12 




Archibald, Lewis E. 


Truro, N. S. 




1 78 


1 78 


Arlington Co-operative Bank 


Arlington . 




39 16 




Arnofd, Sarah H. heirs 

B 
Babcock, Lemuel and Edith 


Nantucket . 




39 16 




Milton 




26 70 




Badger, Mary C, heirs 


Boston 




40 94 




Bailey, A. H. . . . 


Somerville 




4 45 


4 45 


Baker, Albert 3. and Nathan G. 










Nickerson .... 


Boston 




649 70 


649 70 


Baker, Adelia S. . 


Boston 




12 46 


12 46 


Balcom, Laura A. . 


Gilmantin, N. H. 




12 46 




Ball, Charles E. . 


Boston 




44 50 




Bangs, Louisa G. . 


Charlestown 




3 56 




Barnwell, John 


Valley Falls, R. I. 




17 80 




Barrett, Sarah E. . . . 


E. Foxboro 




5 34 




Bartlette, J. B. L. . 


Boston 




40 05 


40 05 


Bartlett, Charles L. 


Boston 




53 40 


53 4>i 


Barton, Charles C, Jr. 


Boston 




74 76 


74 76 


Bates, James, heirs 


Haiti ord, Conn. . 




49 84 


49 St 


Bean, Aaron H., heirs 


Roxbury . 




32 04 




Beck, Ellen .... 


Dorchester 




6 23 


6 23 


Becker-Brainard Milling Machine 










Co 


Boston 


2241 91 


1164 12 




Beers, Emma S. . 


Bridgeport, Conn 




4S 95 


48 95 


Bell, John .... 


Dedham 




1 78 




Bellis, Lucy L. . 


Walt ham . 




8 90 




Bennett, Braman A. 


So. Weymouth . 




7 12 




Benton, Josiah H., Jr. 


Boston 




32 04 




Berry, Jane .... 


Somerville 




40 05 


40 (5 


Berry, Joseph K. . 


Unknown . 




4 45 


4 45 


Berry, Sarah A. . 


New Bedford 




5 34 




Blacker, J. C, and O. A. Shepard 


Boston 




51 62 




Blackwood, Alexander . 


Boston 




8 90 


8 90 


Blake, Archibald R. 


Everett 




38 27 


38 27 


Blake, Percy M. 


Newton 




23 14 




Blasdell, Henry 
Bleakie, John S. . 


Arlington . 




158 42 




Boston 




61 41 




Bliss, Julia M. . 


Jamaica Plain 




21 36 


21 36 


Bogle, James, m't'gee in poss. P. 










Rogers' estate 


Boston 




106 80 


106 80 


Bohnson, Frank C. . 


Gray, Me. 




2 67 


2 67 


Boston Blower Co. . 


Boston 


373 80 


323 96 




Boston National Bank 


Boston 




122 82 




Bosworth, Hiram E. 


Boston 




26 70 




Bowker, Emma E. . . . 


Waltham . 




28 48 




Bowman, William L. 


Dorchester 




1 78 




Bowron, William L. 


New York, N. Y. 




28 4S 


28 48 



131 
Non-Resident Tax-Paters — ( Continued. ) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Boyden, Erastus E. 


Walpole 




$ 6 23 


$6 23 


Brackett, Grace W. 


Watertown 






16 02 




Bradbury, Sumner T.and Louise A. 












Bunker .... 


Winthrop . 






3 56 


3 56 


Bradlee, Nellie M. 


Milton 






45 


45 


Bradlee, J. Walter, heirs . 


Milton 






92 56 


92 56 


Bradley, Edmond . 


Boston 




f 


8 90 


8 90 


Brady," Henry J. 


Boston 






1 78 


1 78 


Br indies, Louis D. . 


Boston 






58 74 




Brannan, Thomas F. 


Boston 






16 02 


16 


Breck, Charles, heirs 


Milton 






5 34 




Brewer, Sarah 0. . 


Cornwall, N. T. 






32 93 




Broo, Daniel W. . 


Stoughton . 






180 67 


180 67 


Brooks, Alfred L. . 


Fitc-hburg 






4S 06 




Brooks & Converse 


Gardner . 






35 60 




Brown, Isaac J. . 


Boston 






471 70 




Brown, Arthur G. . 


Unknown . 






168 21 


168 21 


Brown, John A. . 


Lowell 






30 26 




Brown, Joseph D. . 


Winterport, Me. 






60 52 




Brown, Joseph 


Boston 






1 78 


1 78 


Brown, Augusta E. 


Foxboro . 






40 94 




Brown, Edward I. 


Boston 






642 58 




Bryant, Louisa M. . 


Somerville 






14 24 


14 24 


Bryant, Edward D. . • . 


Somcrville 






4 45 


4 45 


Bryden, James 


Chelsea 






24 92 




Buckley, John W. . 


Boston 






56 07 


56 07 


Burns, R. N. 


Cambridge 




$77 43 






Burnette, Marshall, heirs 


Boston 






51 62 


51 62 


Burr, Elizabeth A. . 


Atlantic 






8J 99 


80 99 


Buss, Mary C. 


Winthrop . 






8 90 




Burt, John H. 


Milton 






56 07 




Butler, George H., heirs . 


Northampton 






4 45 




Butler, Johan ia, 


E. Boston . 






5 34 




Butterfield, Lillian K. 

C 
Caldwell, Emily L. 


Kansas . . 






53 40 


53 40 


Boston 




272 34 




Callahan, Daniel E. 


Norwood . 






1 78 




Canon, Ruth N. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 






3 56 


3 56 


Capobranco, D. 


Bosion 




2 67 






Carlton, Isab IF.. 


Sandwich . 






56 96 


56 96 


Carpenter, Frank M. 


Everett 






6 23 




Carson, Walter P. . 


Charlestown 






1 78 


1 78 


Carroll, Kate A. . 


Boston 






5 34 




Carter, Clarence H., John C. Ken- 










nedy and Frances L. Cooliclge, 










trustees .... 


Boston 




58 74 




Cassidy, William F. 


Boston 






6 23 




Caulfield, Bridget . 


Jamaica Plain 






3 56 




Chabot, Rebecca M. 


Boston 






7 12 


7 12 


Chandler, Nellie 


Hyde Park 






121 93 


121 93 


Channel), Carlton J. 


Boston 






1 78 




Chase, Francis A. . 


Roxljury . 






56 96 




Chase, Herbert N. . 


Newton 






9 79 




Chelsea Savings Bank 


Chelsea 






50 73 




Chesebro, Albert S. 


Unknown . 






8 90 


8 90 


Chestnut, David, heirs 


Milton . 






16 02 




Churchill, Chauncy S. 


Dedhain . 






20S 26 




Churchid, Joseph R. 


Dorchester 






30 2<j 




Clapp, Lois M. . 


Stoughton . 






558 03 


558 03 


Clapp, Hattie F. . 


Stoughton . 






193 13 


193 13 


Clark, Eleanor, heirs 


Boston 






160 20 




flashy, Patrick J. . 


Boston 






2 67 





132 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per. 

sonal. 


Re;il 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Claxton, Sarah E. L. 


Boston 




$99 68 


$99 68 


Cleaves, William H. 


Quincy 






. 2 67 




Cobb, Roscoe A. . 


Brookline . 






6 23 




Cobb, Sylvan us H. . 


Washington, D.C 






61 41 




Cobe, Alden .... 


Bosti n 




$26 70 






Codding, Eva M. . 


Somerville 






48 95 


48 95 


Codman, Henry, heirs 


Dorchester 






3 56 




Coffey, William J. . 


Boston 






117 48 




Cohen, Abraham . 


Boston 






11 57 




Cohen, Jacob 


Boston 






3 56 




Colburn, R:ilph D. . 


Milton 






37 38 


37 38 


Cole, Mary Ann 


Boston 






1 78 


1 78 


Collins, Charles A. . 


Sharon 






62 30 


62 30 


Conant, Albert 


Boston 






49 84 




Coney, Sarah 


S. Bosto-,. 






1 78 




Connelly, Martin J. heirs 


Roxbury . 






2 67 




Connelley, John 


Bohton 






2 67 




Connolly, Owen . . . 


Boston 






9 79 




Connors, Daniel and Mary 


Roxiiury . 






6 23 


6 23 


Converse, Benjamin B. 


Boston 






33 82 




Cooper, Theresa 


Boston 






12 46 


12 46 


Cooper, Carrie 


Boston 






2 67 


2 67 


Corcoran, William J., estate 


S. Boston . 






8 01 




Corliss, Thomas J. . 


Boston 






6 23 


6 23 


Corson, Julian G. . 


Boston 






3 56 




Cotter, Annie C. . 


Boston 






4 45 




Cotton, Charlotte and Henry 


Boston 






28 48 




Cox, Betsey, heirs . 


Mattapan . 






3 56 




Crabtree, Nancy E. . 


New Bedford 






56 07 


56 07 


Crafts, George F. et als . 


Boston, 






93 45 


93 45 


Crane, Arthur W. . 


Boston- 






17 80 




Crocker, Henry E. . . . „. 


New York, N. Y 






17 80 




Crowell, Albert 


Boston 






13 35 




Crowley, Patrick J. 


E. Boston . 






26 70 


26 70 


Grummet, Newton B., Jr. 


Dedham 






8 90 


8 90 


Cunane, William, heirs 


So. Groveland 






12 46 


12 46 


Curry, Joseph T. . 


Cambridge. 






24 03 




Curtis, Hazen . 


Boston 






2 67 




Curtis, Alouzo P. trustee for Jos. 










N. Curtis, .... 
D 
Daley, Eugene 0. . 


Newton 


189 57 






Newton, 




3 56 




Daley, Catherine G. 


S. Boston . 






48 06 




Davenport, Charles E. 


Dedham 






16 91 


16 91 


Davis, John P. . . 


Webster • 






30 26 




Davis, Mary E. . 


Everett 






35 60 




Davis, Charles L. . 


Newton 






4 45 


4 45 


Dedham & Hyde Park Gas. Co. . 


Dedham 




267 60 


62 30 




DeLue, George B. . 


Boston 






4 45 


4 45 


Donnis, Ellen 


Jamaica Plain 






35 60 




Deimey, John W. . 


M lton 






8 90 




DeMers, Grace M. . 


B iston 






1 78 




Derry, Charles T. . 


Sharon 






34 71 




Dickenson, Mary Lowe . 


New York, N. Y 






53 40 




Dillaway, William E. L. . 


Boston 






267 00 




Dillaway, William E. L. . 


Boston 






58 74 


58 74 


Dilling, Susan P. . 


Boston 






2 67 




Dim mock, Joseph C. 


Boston 






7 12 




Dimock, Elwin H. . 


Boston 






7 12 




Dodge, Albert 


Boston 




8 90 


145 96 




Dodge, Albert, and Benj. F. Tyler 


Bos-on & H. Park 


75 65 






Dodge, Herbert W. 


Saunuersville 




2 67 





133 



Non- Resident Tax-Payers. — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Dolbeare, Clinton E. 


Hyde Park 




$101 46 


$lul 46 


Donaher, Bridget N. 






Milton 






52 51 




Dooley. James F. and Bri 


dget 




Boston & H.Par 


i. 




64 OS 




Dorchester 2nd Church 






D.»rchester 






'25 81 




Dorgan, Edward . 






Canton 






64 OS 




Dowd, -John J. 






Boston 








4 45 


4 45 


Downey, Annie H. . 






Unknown 








54 29 




Doyle, Joseph 






Roxbury 








3 56 


3 56 


Drake, Henrietta G. 






Dorehestei 








37 38 


37 38 


Driscoll, Sarah A. . 






I'.os on 








7 12 


7 12 


Dugan, Annie . 






Boston 








1 78 


1 78 


Dunkerley, Margaret M. 






Dedham 








8 90 


8 90 


Dunning, Henry M. 






Brookline 








106 80 




E 

Eastman, Josiah, heirs 


Boston 




55 18 




Eaton, Luther A. . 






Dedham 








90 78 




Elliott, Lida M. 






Boston 








8 01 




Elds, Samuel 






Med held 








53 40 


53 40 


Elwell, Miles T. 






Boston 








46 28 


46 28 


Ensign, E. V. 






Leominstei 








61 41 




Envoy Associates . 






B >ston 








25 81 




Estabrook, Marcns M. 






Boson 








2 67 


2 67 


Eustis, Maria A. 






Roxbury 








126 38 


126 38 


Everett, John 






Canton 








112 14 


1 2 14 


Everett, Elizabeth M. B. 




Dedham 








39 16 




Farwell, James E., heirs . 


Boston 




S 90 


8 90 


Feeley, Mary Jane . 






Roxbury . 






2 67 




Fein, Christopher . 






Boston 






25 81 


25 81 


Fellowes Athenaeum, tr's 


of 




Roxlriry . 






41 83 




Field, Thomas G., heirs 






so. Kingston, N. ] 


a. 




20 47 




Fisher, George A. . 






Boston 






5 34 


5 34 


Fisher, Alice M. 






Unknown . 






12 46 


12 46 


Fisher, Harriet A. . 






Boston 






7 12 


7 12 


Flagg, Deunis F., heirs 






Boston 






142 40 




FlHgg, S. S., N. Y., N. E. 


R. R. 


Co., 












lessee 






Boston 






427 20 




Fleming, Henora . 






Roslin lale 






2 67 


2 67 


Flint, Charles L.. . 






Brookline . 






7 12 


7 12 


Folkius, Anna M. . 






Boston 






41 83 


41 83 


Folsom, Albina D. . 






Ch lsea 






48 06 




Folsom, Charles E. 






Boston 






50 73 




Forbes, J. Malcom . 






Milton 




$ 32 04 


5 34 




Forbush, Clara F. . 






Boston 






3i 60 




Ford, Horace N. 






Boston 






3 56 




Foster, Susan S. 






Roxbury . 






2 67 




Foster, John C. J. . 






Roxbury . 






6 23 




Foster, George Jl . 






Dorchester 






2 67 




Foster, Horace H. . 






Mattapan . 






51 62 




Fowle, George W. . 






Jamaica Plain 






56 96 




Freeman, Charles T. 






Boston 






85 44 




Frost, Fannie M. . 






E. Tilton, N. H. 




69 42 




Frost, Lois F. 






Medford . ' . 




1 78 




Gaffield, Thomas . 


Norwell 




11 57 




Gatney, Lena A. . 






Milford 








6 23 


6 23 


Gallagher, Daniel F. 






Lynn . 








11 57 




Gardiner. Alice 






Dorehestei 








2 67 




Gargan, Thomas J. 






Boston 








97 90 


97 90 


Gary, Frank E. H., trustee 




Boston 








106 80 




Gateley, Edward . 




Newton 








173 55 





134 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — [Continued.) 



Gay, Richard L. 

Gay. Daisy E. 

Gibbons, John 

Gilcreas, George I. 

Giles, Elbridge W., heirs 

Giles, Lucy Ann 

Gill, Dominick 

Gilhtte, Sanford E. 

Girdler, John L. 

Glover & Willcomb 

Goliismith, Emma F. 

Goldsmith, Benjamin H. 

Goldsmith, Isaac N. 

Goodwin, Edward L. adm. of H. 

W. Sisco . 
Gordon, Stella B. . 
Gorham, Matthew J. 
Gould, Lizzie L. 
Gould, George L. . 
Graf, Emil . 
Granlee, James P. . 
Gray, Thomas H. . 
Greenhood, Benjamin C. 
Green hood, David H. 
Greenhood, Mary . 
Greenwood, Albert, heirs 
Gre g, Clark C, heirs 
Griffin, Theodore H. 
Griffin, Thomas B. 
Gunn, John and Sarah 
Gunn, John . 
Gurney, Ansel F., heirs 



Hail, George, heirs 

Hale, Lizzie E. 

Hale, David . 

Hall, Fred. S. 

Hall, L. Wallace . 

Hamblen, Lewis 

Hammond, James B. 

Hamre, THef J. 

Handy, Seth N. 

Haiinum, T. W. 

Hapgood, Salome H. 

Harmon, William E. 

Harmon, Jennie May 

Harriden, Elbridge G. 

Hartshorn, James A. 

Hartwell, Abbie L. 

Harvey, George P. 

Harvel!, Elisha, trustee for Chas. 

S. and Anna H. Weld 
Hassam, Roswell H. 
Hatlinger, Marie . 
Hawes, W. L. 
Hawes, Isabella 
Hayden, Lucy J. 
Hayden, Ada T. 
Hayden, John E. V. 
Haynes, C. O., heirs 
Hayward, Harry . 
Healey, A. Augustus 
Heffncv, Mary 



RESIDENCE. 



Boston 

Farmington, Me 

Sharon 

So. Boston 

Norfolk 

Nortolk 

Boston 

Boston 

Mei i ford 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Cisco, Fla. 

Milton 

Seattle, Wash. T. 

Maiden 

Maiden 

Boston 

Boston 

Walpole 

Dedham 

Dedham 

Walnut Hill 

E. Jordan, Mich 

Broohliue . 

Cambridge 

Boston 

Whitinsville 

Whitinsville 

Boston 



Philadelphia, Pa 

Mansfield 

Boston 

Taunton 

Boston 

Roslindale 

New York, N. Y 

Boston 

Cotuit 

Hart ord, Conn. 

Boston 

Lexington 

Lynn 

So Boston . 

Norwood . 

Bedford . 

Stoughton . 

Rockland . 

Ma nidi ester, N. H 

Jamaica Plain 

Wakefield 

Boston 

Boston 

Milton 

Milton 

Dedham 

Wakefield 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Boston* 



Per- 
sonal. 



$338 20 



160 20 



Real 

Estate 



$48 06 
53 40 
48 95 
8 01 
57 85 
46 28 

3 56 
2 67 

42 72 

818 80 

46 28 

10 68 

1 78 

12 46 
6 23 

4 45 

13 35 
8 90 
1 78 
6 23 

208 26 
21 36 
80 10 
59 63 
97 90 
42 72 

166 43 
13 35 
10 68 
10 68 
62 30 



440 55 

54 29 

67 64 

14 24 

21 36 

31 15 

48 06 

3 56 

7 12 

12 46 

17 80 

118 37 

3 56 

24 03 

1 78 
67 64 
39 16 

156 64 
74 76 
6 23 
27 59 
5 34 
52 51 
65 S6 
72 98 

2 67 
2 67 

92 56 
1 78 



135 
Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Red 
Estate 


Unpaid. 


Hemenway, Augustus 


Canton 




$320 40 




Herr, Adam 






Dedham 






26 70 




Hickey, Margery A. 






Boston - . 






275 90 




Hilton, Arthur G. . 






Bost m 






67 64 




Hodges, Samuel 






Boston 






5 34 




Hodges, Joseph F. . 






Gleuridge, N. J. 






169 10 




Hodgkins, Fitz 






Wakefield . 






8 01 


$ 8 01 


Hodgkins, Annie M. 






Wakefield 






44 50 


44 50 


Hodgsen, Gertrude R. 






Winthiop . 






64 97 


64 9T 


Hogardt, Eliza 






E. Boston . 






5 34 


5 34 


Holbrook, S. Pinkney 






Boston 






46 28 


46 28; 


Holmes, Cora R. 






Boston 






20 47 


20 47 


Holmes, Clarissa 






Provincetown 






65 86 




Hoi way, Emma O. 






Boston 






10 68 


10 6S 


Houghton. Richard 






Boston 






5 34 


5 34 


Howard, William . 






Mali en 






3 56 




Howes, Eliza ■ . 






Quincy 






64 08 




Hugo, Jennie 






Boston 






21 36 


21 38 


Hunt, Wallaces. . 






Boston 




$10 68 






Huniigton, Harriet M. 






Newton, N. J. 






80 10 




Hurd, Joseph A. 






Salem 






115 70 




Hussey, Peter M. . 






Quincy 






56 07 




Hyde,*Henry W. 






Low. 11 






44 50 


44 50 


Hyman, Carrie 






Boston 






36 49 


36 49 


J 

Jackson, Caroline, heirs . 


Dorchester 




62 30 




Jackson, Robert 




Boston 






2 67 


2 67 


Jaquith, Andrew, heirs 




Beverly 






4S 06 




Jenifer, John T. 




Baltimore, Md. 






51 62 


51 62 


Jenkins, Arthur L. 




Campello . 






70 31 




Jenn' y, Mary F. 




So. Bos on 






5 34 




Jewel, Albert L. 




Boston 






18 69 


IS 69 


Johnson, Albion H., 




Rosliii'iale 






3 56 




Johnson, Edward A., heirs 




Bost 'ii 






97 90 


97 90 


Johnson, John M. . 




Boston 






11 57 




Jshnson, Jane A. . 




Mattapan . 






1 78 


1 78 


Jones, Aaron T. 




E. Douglass 






54 29 




Jones, Susan T. heirs 




Mattapan . 






37 38 




Jones, Jessie P. 




Unknown 






6 23 




Jones, Charles H., Jr. tr. . 




Charlestown 






31 15 




Jordan, Edward W. 




Roslin'ale . 






7 12 


7 12 


Joy, Mary Kinsley 




Bridge water 






3 56 




Judd, Mary E. 




Troy N. Y. 






72 09 




Juergens, Frederick 




Rosiindale 






7 12 


7 12 


K 

Karl, William H. . 


M« dford . 




5 34 


5 34 


Kaulback, John D. 






Roxbury . 






1 78 




Kaulback, Joshua L. 






Boston 






4 45 




Keay, Freeman L. 






Boston 






6 23 




Keenan, Mary'T. . 






Boston 






6 23 




Keene, Nahum, heirs 






Dedham 






17 80 




Keith, Constance S. 






Boston 






4 45 




Kelbe, Louis H. 












4 45 


4 45 


Kellogg, Henry 






Boston 






25 81 




Kellogg-, James N. . 






Everett 






110 36 


110 36 


Kelley, William, heirs 






Lowell 






33 82 


33 82 


Kelley, Neil 






Charlestown 






2 67 


2 67 


Kelley, Mary M. 






Dedham 






40 05 


40 05 


Kenne y, Emilv R. 






Boston 






2 67 


2 67 


Kenneyl| Mary F. . 






Rnxbury . 






4 45 


4 45 


Kenyon, Thomas . 






Boston 




267 00 


249 20 




Kessler, Eva M. 






Beachmont 






36 49 





136 



Non-Resident Tax-Paters — {Continued.) 



Kibler, Philemone . 
Kibler, Louis 
Rillam, Charles W. 
Kimball, George A. 
Kimball, H. C, heirs 
Kimball, George H. 
King, Alfred W. 
King, Jennie G. 
Klous, Seman 
Knight, Adelbert C. 
Knowles, Ella E. . 
Knowlton, Frederick W. 
Koelble, Catherine . 
Kruiger, Louis 



Lake, Elmer O. 

Lancaster, Edward M. 

Lanthier, Alexander 

Ltwler, Emma G. . 

Leatherbee, Andrew F. . 

Lee, George S., trustee for Norfolk 

& Suffolk Real Estate Co. 
Lee, George W. estate, trustee . 
Leonard, Katherine M. . 
Leonard, D. Ambrose 
Leonard, Thorn is F. & Jerusha, de 

visees of 
Leslie, G< j orginna S. 
Leveen, Bertha 
Lewis, Madeline S. 
Lincoln, John C. 
Lincoln, John C. and W. U., and E. 

N. Fair baii n 
Lindsay, Mary B. . 
Litchfield, Charles A. 
Litchfield, Henry, a imr. . 
Litchfield, George A. 
Litchfield, Everett S. 
Little, James L., estnte . 
Lockhart, Maggie F. 
Lockhart, Eliza . 
Look, Jeremiah P. . 
Loney Helen E. . 
Lord, Ella S. 
Lothrop, Francis E. 
Loin i, J. J., Sarah M., Annie F. and 

A. B. L. French . 
Loud, Emily V. 
Loud, Martha B. 
Lougee, A man da M. H. G. Allen 

an i R. B. Baird assignees 
Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank 
Lynch, William 
Lyons, Thomas H. . 

M 
Mackintosh, Joseph P. 
Mackintosh, Lucy A. 
Mackrille, Harriet . 
Macy, William F. . 
Maddigan. Thomas H. and Mary J. 
Maddigan, Mary J. 
Magee, Frank, 



RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Roslindale . 




$67 64 


Roslindale 




56 96 


Boston 




6 23 


Cambridgeport . 




14 24 


Brookline . 




94 34 


Cambridgeport . 




19 58 


Boston 




1 78 


Unknown 




4 45 


Boston 


$489 50 


605 20 


Boston 




7 12 


Chicago, 111. 




26 70 


Foxcroft, Me. 




26 70 


Roslindale 




1 78 


Jamaica Plain 




1 78 


Vermont . 




• 86 33 


Boston 




53 40 


Boston 




1 78 


Boston 




10 68 


Boston 




91 67 


Boston 




1239 77 


Reve'e 




32 04 


Boston 




172 66 


Bos on 




241 19 


F anklin . 




140 62 


Milton 




126 38 


Chel ea 




5 34 


Maiden 




67 64 


"Rochester . 




117 11 


Rochester and 






Hyde Park 




30 26 


Roxbury . 




29 37 


Norwell 




69 42 


Plymouth . 




47 17 


Wollaston . 




106 80 


Brookline . 




46 28 


Boston 




97 01 


Boston 




2 67 


Canning, N. S. . 




4 45 


New Vineyard, Me. 




1 78 


B istou 




1 78 


Dorchester 




3 56 


B ston 




62 30 


Weymouth 




280 35 


Weymouth 




94 34 


Weymouth 




105 02 


Boston 


53 40 


85 44 


L well 




55 18 


Roxbury . 




8 90 


Roxbury . 




1 78 


Boston 




5 34 


Hyde Park 




34 71 


New Haven, Ct. . 




29 37 


Boston 




59 63 


Boston 




50 73 


Boston 




47 17 


Winchester 




26 70 



is; 



Non-Resident Tax- Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Mauchaug Co., R. Knight 


Providence, R. I. 


$1S33 40 


$1603 78 




Man ley, Mary E. . 


Unknown . 




35 60 


$ 35 60 


Marchetti, A. & Co. 


Boston 




8 90 




Maroy, Elizabeth . 


Newton U. Falls . 




5 34 




Margeson, Isabella, Arthur Mc- 










Arthur and Francis A. Osgood, 










assignees .... 


Boston 




31 15 




Margolius, G. & Co. 


Boston 




8 90 




8 90 


Martin, Albert E. . 


Boston 






3 56 




Martin, Fernand A. 


Boston 






3 56 




Matthews, William A., tr. 


Boston 






246 53 


246 53 


Matthews. William A. 


Boston 






45 39 


45 39 


Maxim, Jane 


Hartford, Conn. 






138 84 




Mayberry, Cyrus C. 


Brookline . 






8 90 


8 90 


Maynard", George H. 


Waltham . 






71 20 




Mayo, Mary 


Unknown 






1 78 




MeAskill, Annie 


Unknown 






27 59 




McCall, BrHget 


Boston 






1 78 




McCloskey, Joseph A. 


Boston 






16 91 


16 91 


McConnell, Frances A. 


Boston 






3 56 




McCollousrh, David 


Jamaica Plain 






1 78 




McCue, Mary E. . 


Milton 






121 04 


121 04 


McDonald, William 


Roxbury . 






15 13 


S 90 


McDonald, James H. 


Boston 






5 34 




McDougald. Archibald 


Nova Scotia 






5 34 


5 34 


McDuffle, Henry C. 


Bellows Falls, Vt 






1 78 




McFarland, Janies and Charles . 


Wollaston . 






6 23 


6 23 


McFarlan«l, James B., heirs 


Wo burn 






28 48 




McGrath, Frederick 


Boston 






16 02 


16 02 


McGuinness, Jane . 


Boston 






9 79 




McHugli, John 


Roxbury . 






3 56 




McKeen, John H. . 


Boston 






1 78 




McKelvey, Frank . 


Beach mon-t 






4 45 


4 45 


McKenna, Rev. John 


Eowell 






64 08 


64 08 


McLaughlin, Daniel 


Boston 






1 78 


1 78 


McMahtm, Ellen . 


Boston 






40 94 




McMillan, Barbara 


Unknown 






47 17 




McQuaid, Rosanna . 


Worcester 






12 46 




McQuaid, Cath rine 


Mattapan 






2 67 


2 67 


McShane, Annie J. ux. William F. 


Everett 






1 78 


1 78 


McSorley, Michael . 


Dedham 






51 62 




McSarley, Eleanor J. 


D.dham . 






53 40 




Mi- 5wain, tifeu 


Milton 






53 40 




McWhinney, Robert F. . 


Monadnock, N. H 






1 78 


1 78 


Mertz, Mattie E. . 


Boston 






67 64 




Meyer, Augustus and Josephine 


Roxbui y . 






3 56 


3 56 


Miflar, Alexander . 


Plainville, N. J. 






67 64 




Miller, William J. . 


Jamaica Plain 






4 45 




Miliar, Sarah J. 


Roxbury . 






37 38 




Miller, Susan, heirs 


AVorcester . 






42 72 




Miller, Kat.- 


Boston 






1 78 


1 78 


Mitchell, Marcus R. 


Rockland, Me. 






1 78 




Moir, Florence L. . 


E. Somerville 






47 17 




Monahan, James, heirs . 


Worcester 






30 26 




Moody, Benjamin A. 


Bo>ton 






3 56 




Moore, Alice R. 


Newton, 






16 02 




Moore, Rebecca H. 


Roxl)Uiy . 






1 78 




Moo e, Hannah ux. Thomas F. . 


Milton ' . 






12 46 




Morgan, Danit 1 


Ro-lindale 






1 78 




Moriarty, William H. 


Boston 






39 16 




Morrill, Mabel E. . 


Bost( n 






4 45 


4 45 


Morris, Arthur 


Boston 






4 45 




Morse, Marv A. . 


Unknown 






3 56 


3 56 


Morse, E. J. W., heirs 


So. Easton 






6 23 





138 
Non- Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Morse, George W. . 


Newtonvil'e 




$68 53 




Morse, Clara ft. . 


Newionville 






307 05 




Morton, Joseph, heirs 


Milton 






62 30 




Moseley, Fri derick 0. 


Boston 






32 93 




Mosher, Mattie F. . 


Boston 






2 67 


2 67 


Moulton, Harriet M., heiis & Eii.E. 


Jamaica Plain 






210 04 


210 01 


Moulton, George V . 


Boston 






2 67 


2 67 


Moylan, Patrick 


Boston 






8 01. 




Moynahan, Jeremiah G. S. 


Boston 






3 56 


3 56 


Moyse, Edward H. 


Albany, N. Y. 






3 56 




Mulrey, Annie J. . 


Boston 






1 78 




Mulrey, Delia E. . 


Jamaica Plain 






1 78 


1 78 


Mulrey, Mary 


Boston 






1 78 


1 7S 


Munroe, C. W. 


E. Cambridge 






8 01 




Munroe, Jane 


Boston 






1 78 




Murdock, William E. 


Boston 






142 40 




Murphy, Alice 


M.itcapan . 






1 78 


1 7S 


Murray, Jennie L. . . . 


B jstou 






40 94 


40 94 


Murray, Rachael 


New York, N. Y. 






1 78 


1 78 


Myers, Rachael, Sarah, Rebecca 










and Louisa 


Boston 




17 80 




N 










Nesson, Israel 


Cam bridge port . 




32 04 




Newell, Donald B. . 


Boston 


$14 24 




14 24 


Newell, Lucian B. . 


Bowdoinham, Me. 




41 83 




New England R. R. Co., N. Y., N. 
IT. & H. R. R., lessees . 










Boston 




345 32 




New England Trottina: Horse 










Breeders Association . 


Boston 




7S1 42 




New York & New Eng. R. R. Co., 










N. Y., N. & H. R. R. Co., lesses ~ 


Boston 




1122 29 




New York, New Haven and Hart- 










ford R. R. Co. . 


Boston 




6 23 




Nichols, Elizabeth E. 


New York . 




135 28 




Niles, Louville V. . 


Somerville 




60 52 


60 52 


Nolan, James 


Boston 




1 78 




Norton, Fred L. . 






31 15 


31 15 


Nourse, George H. . 


W. Roxbury 




24 03 




O 

Oakes, Nellie M. ux. Edward H. 


Unknown . 




42 72 


42 72 


Old Colony R. R. Co., NT. Y..-N. H. 










& H. R. R. Co., lessees . 


Boston 




1553 05 




Old Colony R. R. Co., lesses of B. 










& P. R. R. Co. . 


Boston 


8 90 


2220 55 




O'Hearn, Daniel 


Brookline 




1 78 




O'Kee e, Thomas . 


Boston 




19 58 


19 58 


O'Neil, Sarah F. . 


Boston 




68 53 


68 53 


Osgood, Mary H. . 


Brattleboro, Vt. . 




75 65 




Oxton, Maria 


Milton 




53 40 




Page, James H. . 


Bosto i 




22 25 




Page, Kate C. ux. Charles J. 


Boston 






40 94 


40 94 


Pag", Lola B. . . . 


Wollaston . 






41 83 




Palmer, Anna, ux. Blair B. 


Boston 






48 06 


48 06 


Park, Elizabeth, heirs 


Woburn 






3 56 




Park, Anna M. . 


Framingham 






50 73 




Parker, Benjamin W. 


Brookline . 






71 20 




Parker, Maynard W. 


Pittsfield . 






5 34 




Parker, Edmund M., tr. . 


Cambridge 






8 90 




Parker, Samuel D. . 


Milton 






121 93 


121 93 


Parkin, Robert 


Boston 






16 91 





139 



Non- Resident Tax-Paters — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. ^ 


Real 
Estate. 


(Unpaid. 


Paitridge, Cornelia A. 


Boston 




§•267 00 


267 00 


Partridge, Helen D. 


Peabody . 






73 87 




Peabody, Francis, Jr. 


Milton 






9 79 




Penny, John J., Jr. 


Newton 






3 56 




Perry, Arthur L. . 


Milton 




17 80 






Perry, Isaiah S. . 


Roxbury . 






2 67 


2 67 


Peterson, Louisa . 


Beterson 






50 73 




Pettee, Otis T. 


Newton IT. Falls 






8 90 




Pevey, Franklin M. 


Wilton, N. H. 






35 60 




Pfaff, Anna .... 


Boston 






55 18 


55 18 


Philbrick, William B. 


Boston 






27 59 




Philbrick, JohnD. . 


S. Boston . 






8 01 




Pierce, Marv A. . 


Dorchester 






37 38 


37 3S 


Pierce, Frank H. . 


Boston 






140 62 




Pineault, Joseph 


Unknown . 






23 14 




Pineo, J. Henry 


Brookline . 






3 56 


3 56 


Pinkham, Walter S. 


Boston 






67 64 


67 64 


Pinkha-n, Walter S., Samuel T. 










i Elliott, Everett S. Litchfield, trs. 


i 






Readville Homestead Assoc. . 


Boston 


621 22 


621 22 


Piper, Abby F. 


Maiden 




53 40 




Piper, Sarah M. . 


Unknown . 




79 21 




Polack, Isaac L. . 


Cambridge 




1 78 


1 7S 


Pollard, Catherine L. 


Brookline . 


1 


37 38 




Pollock, Susan T. . 


Windsor, Vt, 




10 68 


10 68 


Poore, Harrison H. 


Boston 




55 18 


55 18 


Poore, Hiram R. . 


West Roxbury 




52 51 


45 39 


Poore, George W. . 


Waltham . 




66 75 


2 67 


Porter, A . Wallace 


Wollaston . 




12 46 


12 46 


Powers, Arthur F. . 


Dorchester 




3 56 




Pratt, Isaac, Jr. est. 


Boston 




375 58 




Prescott, Henry Elden 


B iston 




34 71 


34 71 


Prescott, John W., heirs . 


Boston 






35 60 




Prescott, Join Aiken 


Manchester 






93 45 


93 45 


Prior, Alfred M. & Walter A. Dixon 

Q. 

Qui.sdey, Mary J. . 


Boston 






44 50 




Jamaica Plain 




5 34 




Quigley, John P. 


Bo ton 




3 c 6 


3 56 


Quincy Savings Bank 

R 
Randoli h, Annie F. 


Quincy 




225 17 




Boston 




3 56 




Raymond, Artemas S. 


Dedham 






85 44 


2 8 15 




Raymond, Mary, ux. A. S. 


Dedham 








76 54 




Raymond, Carrie W. 


Roy di-ton, 


Mass. 






30 26 




Read, Spurdon A. M. heirs 


Boston 








69 42 




Reddie, Isaac H. . 


Charleston 


n 






89 


S9 


Reddy, Thomas F. . 


Boston 








220 50 




Reed, Horace 


Whitman 








58 74 




Reuteman, Charles . 


Boston 








4 45 


4 45 


Rhoades, Wallace M. 


Boston 








58 74 


58 74 


Rice, George M., estate 


Quincy 








161 9S 


161 98 


Rice. William B. . 


Quincy 








50 73 




Rich, Melissa E. ux. Albion P. . 


Dorchestei 








2 67 




Rich, Harriet L. . 


Dijrhton 








76 54 




Richards, William & Elsie B. . 


Boston 








363 12 


363 12 


Richards, Fannie M. 


Dedham 








33 82 




Richardson, Alonzo H., Jr. 


Mansfield 








48 95 


48 95 


Richardson, Thomas S. . 


Boston 








42 72 


42 72 


Richards n, Ella A. 


Mansfield 








48 06 


48 06 


Ridley, E-'ith H. . 


Philadelphia, Pa 






38 27 




Riga, Elida S. 


Springfield 






5 34 





140 
Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


[ Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Risk, William W. . 


Boston 




$ 66 75 


$ 66 75 


Risk, Mary J. 


Dorchester 






135 28 


135 28 


Roberts, Sarah A. E. 


Boston 






92 56 


92 56 


Roberts, Frauds R. 


Boston 






23 14 




Robinson, Sarah A. K. 


Northampton 






97 90 




Robinson, Albert E. 


Charlestown 






7 12 


7 12 


Rockwell, Hetty Ann 


Boston 






8 90 


8 90 


Rodgers, Mary E. . 


California 






52 51 




Rogers, Annie L., heirs . 


Bo sum 






'il 04 


32 04 


Rogers, Abraham T. 


Boston 






32 04 




Rogers, Harlow H., tax title 


Brookline . 






44 50 




Rojrers, Gorham, and Edw B. Rey 












nolds, trustee 


Boston 






45 39 




Rom. Catholic Archbishop of Bost'n 


Boston 






114 18 




Ronald, Rose M. . 


Boston 






9 79 


7 79 


Rooney, Katherine H. 


West R >xbury 






177 11 




Rooney, .lohn A. . 


West Roxbury 






36 49 




Rooney, Elizabeth . 


Unknown . 






2 67 


2 67 


Rose, Clarence W. . 


Unknown . 






56 96 


56 96 


Ross, Joseph .... 


Ipswich 






5 34 




Ross, Jane M. . . . 


Somerville 






173 55 




Rouudy, William E. 


Boston 






34 71 


34 71 


Rowell, Henry A., estate 


Conticook, N. H. 






53 40 


53 40 


Rowley, Maggie B. 


Walpole . 






1 78 


• 1 7S 


Ruggles, Henry E. 


Franklin . 






47 17 




Russell, Rey. Francis G. . 


Boston 






53 40 


53 40 


Russell. Lizzie C. . 


Unknown . 






47 17 


47 17 


Ryan, William B. . 


Boston 






127 27 


127 27 


Ryder, Margaret J., heirs 
S 

Saco & Biddeford Savings Institu- 


Boston 






44 50 


44 50 










tion ..... 


S co, Me. . 




145 07 


145 07 


Safety Fund National Bank 


Fitch burg . 






53 40 




Safford, Nathaniel M. 


Milton 






81 88 




Sale, Ephraim 


Charlestown 






89 




San lord, Oliver S. . 


W.llesley . 






174 44 




Sawtelle, WiUard H. & Frank W. 


Dedham 






145 %6 




Sawtelle, F. W. & Co. 


Dedhain . 




$62 30 






Sawyer, Samuel W. 


Boston 






12 46 


12 46 


Scaii'e, Helen A. . 


Boston 






14 24 




Scott, Georgy C. . 


Bosion 






5 34 




Schroater, Frederics 


Unknown . 






24 92 


24 92 


Scheffreen, Jacob . 


Boston 






116 59 




Scriveus, Joseph 


Wobm-n 






28 48 




Scrivens, Emily M. . 


Woburn 






40 94 




Stars, Francis P. . 


Waltham . 






10 68 




Searles, John E. 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 






534 00 


534 00 


Seaver, Jacob W. . 


Boston 






S 01 




Seaverns, Granville S., heirs 


Roslin lale 






21 36 




Severence, Carrie L. 


Brandon, Vt. 






32 93 




Sharp, J. C., heirs . 


Dorchester 






1 78 




Sharp, W.C 


Dorchester 






1 78 




Shaughnessey, James C. . 


Nahant 






4 45 




Sbepard, John 


Boston 






171 77 




Shepanl, Otis A. . 


Brookline . 






32 04 




Shurtl. ff, Sarah A. . 


Boston 






33 82 




Siol.-y, Ella A. 


Boston 






103 24 




Silva, Frank M. 


Providence, R. I 






3 56 




Silver, Samuel C. . 


Boston 






16 02 




Simmons, John O. . 


Boston 






48 06 




Simmons, Walter E. 


Quincy 




I 


7 12 




Sinclair, Alfred P. . 


Arlington . 






40 94 





141 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal . 


Real 
Etate. 


Unpaid. 


Skinner, Frederick 


Boston 






$ 12 46 




Slatter, Rebecca B. 


Dedham . 






203 81 




Slatter, Charles S. . 


Brownsville, Vt. 






42 72 




Smith, Orlando A., heirs . 


New York, N. Y. 






5 34 




Smith, Freo C. . . . 


Lynn 






3 56 


$3 56 


Smith, Maria A. . 


Barre 






75 65 




Smith, John W. 


Copenhagen, Dei 


i. 




57 85 




Smith, John and Ann 


Beverly 






33 82 


33 82 


Smith, Ann . 


Beverly 






■ 22 25 


22 25 


Smitn, Clarence B. 


Boston 






55 18 


55 18 


Smith, Francis A. . 


Melrose 






51 62 


51 62 


Smith, Charles F. . 
Snow, Annie C. 


Boston 






71 20 




Dorchester 






6 23 




Solev, Sarah J. 


Chelsea 






57 85 




Sorell, Arthur C. F. 


Newton 






16 91 


16 91 


Spear, Annie, ux. Alonzo 


Boston 






14 24 




Spencer, Walter A. 


Boston 






6 23 


6 23 


Spiller, Josie C. . 


Wellesley . 






54 29 


54 29 


Spitted, Audrey C. . 


Boston 






1 78 


1 78 


Springer, George H. 


Boston ./ 






40 05 




Springfield, Nathaniel, heirs 


Boston 






4 45 


4 45 


Sproule, Nettie E. . 


Everett 






17 80 


17 80 


Stanley, Phoebe 


Roslindale 






10 68 


10 68 


Stanley, James 


Roslindale 






5 34 


5 34 


Stark, John II., heirs 


Boston 






5 34 




Starkweather, Ella A. 


Boston 






2 67 


2 67 


Stetson, Ellen F. . 


Bostou 






21 36 




Stevens, Charle-, htirs 


Marlboro . 






75 65 




Stevenson, W. G. . 


Mattapan . 






61 41 


61 41 


Stockwell, J. A. 


Stoneham . 






3 56 


3 56 


Stoddard, Hatherly A. 


Salem 






49 84 


49 84 


Stoddard, Granville M. . 


Dedham . 






38 27 


38 27 


Stoddard, Arthur C, and Fred A. 












Crouse .... 


Boston . . 






16 02 




Stone, Harry R. . 


Boston 




$62 30 






Storey, William H. 


Boston 






50 73 




Stoughton Co-operative Bank . 


Stoughton . 






8. 22 




Scrangman, Harry W. 


Dorchester 






1 78 


1 78 


Streeter, Catherine W. 


Unknown . 






40 94 


40 94 


Strout, Erastus B. and Martin. V. B. 


Chelsea 






72 09 




Stubby Salome N. . 


Lewision, Me. 






1 78 




Sullivan, Margaret . 


So. Boston 






4 45 


4 45 


Sullivan, Michael F., John Quinn, 












Jr., and John J. Donovan 


Boston 






14 24 




Sumner, Sally R., estate, . 


Quincy 






685 30 


685 33 


Swift, Emily H. . 


Eyerett 






63 19 




Swift, Leon S. 


Evi-re.t 






46 28 


46 28 


Sykes, Louisa, heirs, 

T 
Talbot, Dudley 


Brookiine . 






44 50 


44 50 


Boston 




46 28 




Talbot, Dudley, & J. B. L. Bartlett 


Boston 






105 91 


105 91 


Tasker, Eli B. & Charles S. Prescott 


Boston 






188 68 




Tatro, Fred W. . 


Boston 






51 62 


51 62 


Taylor, George W. . 


Boston 






14 *4 


14 24 


Taylor, George W. . 


Boston 






104 13 


104 13 


Taylor, Frederick A. 


Boston 






3 56 




Tewksbury, Francs W. . 


N. Dunbarton, N 


II 




56 96 




Thayer, Augusta H. 


Boston 






76 54 




Thayer, John E. and Bayard 


Boston 




21 36 






Thompson, W. N. and C. S. 


Brockton . 






2 67 




Thompson, Mary A. 


Dorchester 






7 12 




Thompson, Robert . 


Gardner, Me. 






83 66 





142 
Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


R.-al 

Estate. 

$ 40 94 


Unpaid. 


Thurston, Philander, heirs 


Eafi-ld 






Tibbetts, Ernest C, heirs . 


Munsfield . 






26 70 


26 70 


Tileston, Hollingsworth Co., 


Boston 




$3382 00 


3440 74 




Tilley, Charles M. . 


San ntonio, Te> 






71 20 


71 20 


Tirrell, Caroline 


Boston 






40 94 




Tirrell, George E. . 


Boston 






59 03 




To. Id, Henry, Jr. 


Boston 






2 67 




Topham, Fran is H. 


Boston 






7 12 


7 12 


Towan, William P. 


P.E. Island 






12 46 




Tower, Isaac H., heirs 


Dedham 






115 70 




Tower, Abby T. & Annie T. Tai bell 


Ded him 






29 37 




Towle, Lorim? D. . 


Boston 






26 70 


26 70 


Townsend, Orlando C. 


Boston 






5 34 




Townsend & Kelley 


Boston 






89 00 


89 00 


Traugott, Sarah H. 


Brockton . 






8 01 


8 01 


Trescott, Ebenzer, heirs . 


New York, N. Y. 






1 78 


1 78 


Trevathan, Williams 


Boston 






1 78 


1 78 


Trotter, Virginia . 


Roxbury . 






214 49 


214 49 


Trowbridge, Benjamin F. 


Everett 






8 90 


8 90 


Tucker, James 


Milton 






99 68 




Tucker, Mary T. . 


Milton 






101 46 




Turnbull, Flora 


P. E. Island 






1 78 




Turner, Abby 


Duxbury . 






6 23 




Turner, Charles A. 


Ashcroit . 






26 70 




Turner, Edward C. 


Arlington . 






86 33 




Turner, William H., heirs 


W. Peterb'o, N. 1 


I. 




80 10 




Twitchell, Charles M. A. . 


Somerville 






72 98 


72 98 


Tykeson, John C. . 


Boston 






13 35 


13 35 


Tykeson, Betty C. . 
U 
Underlich, GustaT 


Boston 






3 56 


3 56 


Boston 




63 19 


63 19 


Utley, Joseph 

V 
Van Derlip, William C. . 


Roxbury . 




5 34 


5 34 


Boston 




80 10 


80 10 


Van Ulm, Hyman . 


Boston 






3 56 




Van Ulm, John 


Boston 






1 78 




Veazie, Emma F. . 


Quincy 






49 84 




Viles, Frank T. . . . 


Boston 






7 12 


7 12 


Vinal, Henry S. ' . 


Scituate 






48 06 




Vincinnas, Dominick 


Boston 






39 16 




Vose, Ellen F. . . . 


Milton 






18 69 




Vose, Hattie M. . 


Milton 






18 69 




Vose, Jessie .... 


Milton 






19 58 




Vose, Joshua, heirs 


Milton 






160 20 




W 










Wade, John E. . . . 


Quincy 




53 40 




Wadsworth, Nellie B. 


Boston 






63 19 


63 19 


Walker, Clifton E. 


E. Dedham 






7 12 




Wall, Bertha S. 


Boston 






46 28 




Ward, Hannah L. . 


Boston 






126 38 




Ward, Patrick J. . 


Unknown . 






5 34 


5 3t 


War«irop, George W. 


Boston 






9 79 


9 79 


Wares, Phebe D. . 


Dorchester 






6 23 




Warren, Edwin F. 


Boston 






2 67 




Watson, Paul Barron 


Boston 






24 92 




AYay, C. Granville 


Brookline . 






640 80 




Webber, Gushing, heirs . 


Boston 






106 80 




Webber, Emma C., ux. Edw. H. 


Somerville 






10 68 


10 68 



143 
Nox- Resident Tax-Payers — {Concluded.) 



NAMES. 


EESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Webster, Stephen, heirs . 


Boston 


$S 90 




Webster, Andrew, and Arthur 










Reed, trustees 


Boston 




73 S7 




Welch, James 


So. Boston 






1 7S 


I 78 


Welch, Patrick 


Dorchester 






101 46 




Welch, Willard (tax title) 


Boston 






93 45 


54 29 


Wells, Fannie ux. James E. 


Dorchester 






7 12 




Wentworth, Sarah J. 


Chelsea 






14 24 


14 24 


West, Isora L. ux. John C. 


Boston 






7 12 


7 12 


W. Rox. & Roslindale St. Ry. Ce. 


Quiucy 




$17 SO 


227 84 




Weymouth Savings Bank 


Weymouth 






34 71 




Whaley, Samuel L. 


Milton 






83 66 


49 84 


Wheaton, Georgie A. 


Boston 






1 78 


1 78 


Whitcher, Martin L., heirs 


Mass. and Montana 




464 58 


464 58 


Whiteher (Barstow) & Wells. . 


Mass. andJMontana 




124 60 


124 60 


White, Charles G. . 


Milton 




10 6S 




White, Katherine S. 


Boston 






9 79 




White, Georgianna 


Cambridge 






49 S4 


49 84 


White, Edward F. . 


Boston 






45 39 




White, Howard 


Beaver City, Neb 






7 12 


7 12 


Whitford, George H. 


Waltham . 






5 34 




Whiting, Alvan 


Hudson, Mass. 






7 12 




Whiting, Joseph, heirs 


De lham 






3 56 


3 56 


Whitney, Albert H. 


Matiapan . 






61 41 




Whitney, Nathan . 


Bennington, N. I: 






8 01 




Whittier, Albert R,. 


Boston 






652 37 




Wiggin, Mary E. . 


Durham, N. H. 






51 62 


51 62 


Wight, Lawrence T. 
Wilder, Fannie L. 


Reading 






42 72 


42 72 


Newton, N. H. 






14 24 




Willard Mfg. Co. . 


Boston 




26 70 


86 33 


113 03 


Willett, Joseph 


Needham . 






81 88 


81 88 


Williams, William H. 


Boston 






83 66 




Williams, Mary M. 


Boston 






34 71 




Williams, Arthur F. 


Maiden 






51 62 


51 62 


Williamson, Margaret J. . 








41 83 




Wolcott, J. Huntington, heirs . 


Milton 






114 81 




Wood, Frank 


Boston 






21 36 




Wood, Altred 


Cambridgep ort 






39 16 




Wyman, Isaac C. . ' 


Boston 






98 79 




Wyman, Agnes I. . 
Y 
Young, Orson and Hiram E. 


Mattapan . 






7 12 


7 12 


E. Somerville 




13 35 


13 35 


Young, Emily W. and Isabel . 

Z 
Zanker, Karl 


Newton 




80 10 




Philadelphia, Pa. 




6 23 




Zeigler, Alfred 


Boston 




69 42 


69 42 


Ziliartas, Joseph, Peter Plaszkas 










and Adolph Maskenas . 


So. Boston 




16 02 





THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK 



FOR THE 



SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JAN. 31, 1901 




s>^ 



HYDE PARK: 

Press of The Hyde Park Gazette, 

1901. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



ELLA F. BOYD, 
313 Hyde Park Avenue. Term expires 1901. 

SAMUEL T. ELLIOTT, 
947 Hyde Park Avenue, Term expires 1901. 

EDWARD I. HUMPHREY, 

19 Cleveland Street, Term expires 1901. 

FRANK F. COURTNEY, 

32 Dell Avenue, Term expires 1902. 

EDWARD S. FELLOWS, 
208 West River Street, Term expires 1902. 

ANDREW WASHBURN, 
165 Fairmount Avenue, Term expires 1902. 

CHARLES G. CHICK, 
212 West River Street. - Term expires 1903. 

WILLIAM G. COLESWORTHY, 

7 Elm Street, Term expires 1903. 

WILBUR H. POWERS, 
4 Pond Street, Term expires 1903. 



ORGANIZATION. 

Edward I. Humphrey, Chairman. 
William G. Colesworthy, Secretary 



Frank O, Draper, Super intende?it. , 

Reside?ice, 24 Albion Street. Office, Room 10, Union Block. 

Office Hours. 
School Days, 1 to 2. Monday Evenings, 7 to 8- 



SUB-COMMITTEES. 



ACCOUNTS. 

S. T. Elliott, C. G. Chick, E. S. Fellows, W. G. Colesworthy, 
W. H. Powers. 

RULES AND REGULATIONS. 

C. G. Chick, F. F. Courtney, A. Washburn, E. S. Fellows, 

S. T. Elliott. 

COURSE OF STUDY, TEXT-BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. 

VV. G. Colesworthy, E. I. Humphrey, A. Washburn, F. F. 
Courtney, Mrs. E. F. Boyd. 

PHYSICAL TRAINING AND MILITARY DRILL. 

A. Washburn, E. S. Fellows, W. H. Powers. 

TRUANCY. 

W. H. Powers, Mrs. E. F. Boyd, C. G. Chick. 



LOCAL COMMITTEES. 

High School. — A. Washburn, F. F. Courtney, W. H. Powers. 

Damon. — S. T. Elliott, W. G. Colesworthy. 

Hemenway. — S. T. Elliott. 

Grew. — E. S. Fellows, E. I. Humphrey. 

Greenwood. — Mrs. E. F. Boyd, E. S. Fellows. 

Amos Webster. — W. H. Powers, W. G. Colesworthy. 

Butler. — Mrs. E. F. Boyd. 

Fairmount. — C. G. Chick, F. F. Courtney. 

Weld. — C. G. Chick. 

Vacation Industrial. — A. Washburn, Mrs. E. F. Boyd. 

Evening. — F. F. Courtney, W. G. Colesworthy. 



SCHOOL CALENDAR, 1900-1901. 



FIRST TERM. 

Begins Monday, Sept. 3rd ; ends Friday, Dec. 21st. — 16 weeks. 

SECOND TERM. 
Begins Monday, Dec. 31st; ends Friday, Mar. 29th. — 13 weeks. 

THIRD TERM. 
Begins Monday, April Sth ; ends Friday, June 21st. — n weeks. 

CHRISTMAS VACATION. 

Begins Monday, Dec. 24.tr! ; ends Friday, Dec. 28th. — 1 week. 

SPRING VACATION. 

Begins Monday, April 1st; ends Friday, April 5th. — 1 week. 

HOLIDAYS. 

September 3rd and 4th, November 29th and 30th, February 22nd, 

April 5th, April 19th, and May 30th. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE'S REPORT. 



Citizens of Hyde Park: — 

The Superintendent and those having charge of special 
work have submitted their reports, and but little remains to 
be said by the Committee. We heartily commend all those 
who have had to do with the education of the children of our 
town. The service has been excellent, and reflects very 
creditably on all concerned. 

There are desirable ends yet to be compassed, but we feel 
that the progress made calls for especial commendation. 
The complaints which come to us are along the line of over- 
study and insufficient school accommodation. Regarding 
the first we are free to say that the tendency of the hour is 
to overburden the scholar, and the fault is not altogether 
with the law of the State, which makes large requirements, 
but attaches to the common desire to have our children 
cover all the studies possible in the time allotted for school 
work. The school work has been increasing of late years, 
until now, what with the required and elective studies, the 
scholars are obliged to apply themselves to their books long 
after the school hours, We believe it is time to call a halt, 
and we earnestly hope that the State laws may be modified, 
the popular demand lessened, and every legitimate effort 
made to secure thorough and satisfactory results. Over- 
training can but be harmful, for while it will often produce 
momentary brilliancy, it will utterly fail in producing lasting 
and substantial results. To be thorough and strong in a 
few things is better than to be superficial and weak in many 



150 

things. We shall endeavor to lessen rather than to increrse 
the burden, and yet we are well nigh powerless unless the 
public demand, and the law as well,' turn resolutely toward 
reform. 

As to school accommodations we can only report to the 
town and await its action. We can redistribute the scholars, 
in some instances, in our present school buildings, but this 
affords only temporary relief. The residents of the new dis- 
tricts have already pressed their claims upon us, and we in 
turn press it upon the attention of the town. In the suc- 
cessful settlement ot these new sections the school accom- 
modations will be a strong deciding factor, and the wisest 
economy will be applied if the town sees to it that no 
barrier to the growth of these new sections interposes in the 
shape of insufficient educational opportunities for the pro- 
spective residents. 

A new High School building is still a prime necessity, 
and we again urge upon the town a consideration of this 
subject. The delay has alfeady been too long ; under the plea 
for economy we have been grossly extravagant ; the growth 
and prosperity of the town has been lessened ; taxable prop- 
erty which we might have permanently had has gone to 
other localities not so well naturally equipped as our own, 
and largely because we have not recognized that substantial 
public improvements are essential to the growth and pros- 
perity of a town. Meagre valuation and high taxation have 
laid upon us its burden because of the course that has been 
pursued, and all we have by way of compensation is the echo 
of the cry for economy and a threadbare supply of public 
comforts. This course must be changed or the town will 
suffer irreparable injury. We may have gone out of our 
way in saying this, but we feel strongly on this subject, and 
we earnestly ask the town's people to give the matter of 
a new High School building their earnest and interested 
attention. 



151 

In conclusion we would say an earnest word in advocacy 
of a strong continued interest in our schools on the part of 
our town's people. Nothing, will so thoroughly contribute to 
the success of our schools as to have all the people all the 
time striving, with the scholars, with the teachers, with the 
Superintendent, and with the Committee, to secure the 
highest and best results. 

EDWARD I. HUMPHREY. 

For the Committee. 



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT. 



To the School Committee of the Town of Hyde Park : 
My third annual report as Superintendent of the Hyde 

Park Public Schools is herewith respectfully submitted. 
Following is a summary of statistics for the school year 

last completed, ending June 30, 1900 : 

GENERAL STATEMENT. 



No. 1. 



High school, 
Damon school, 



" 3- 


Hemenway school, 


" 4- 


Grew school, 


" 5- 


Green vvood school, 


" 6. 


Amos Webster schoo 


" 7- 


Butler school, 


" 8. 


Fairmount school, 


•' 9- 


Weld school, 



SCHOOLHOUSES. 

nine rooms, 
eight rooms, 
(four occupied) 
one room, 
eleven rooms, 
nine rooms, 
four rooms, 
one room, 
nine rooms, 
two rooms, 
fone occupied) 

Number of school rooms occupied, 

Number of school buildings, .... 

Number containing high school department, 

Number containing eighth (highest grammar) grade, 

Number containing primary grades only, 

TEACHERS. 

Supervisors of special subjects, . . , 

Number of teachers regularly employed, 

Men teaching in day schools, .... 

Women teaching in day schools, . , 

Men teaching in evening schools, 

Women teaching in evening schools, . 

Men teaching in vacation schools, 

Women teaching in vacation schools, 

Number of day school teachers who have attended college 

Number of college graduates, .... 

Number who have attended normal school, . 

Number of normal school graduates, 

Number who have attended training school, 

Number of training school graduates, 



Everett street, 
Readville street 

Wolcott street 
Gordon avenue 
Metropolitan avenue 
Hilton street 
East River street 
Williams avenue 
Highland street 



49 
9 

1 

4 
4 



55 

7 
41 

3 

2 

r 

1 

11 

10 

14 



lo3 

SCHOOL CENSUS. 

Population of Hyde Park (census of 1900), - . . 13,244 

Total number of persons 5 to 15, . . . . 2,054 

" boys 5 to 15, . . . . . 1,011 

girls 5 to 15, . . . - . . . 1,043 

" persons 7 to 14, . . . . . 1,278 

" bovs 7 to 14, . . . . . 597 

" girls 7 to 14, . . . . . 681 

" persons' in Hyde Park private schools, . 3 

" persons in Hvde Park parochial schools, . 702 

" persons in schools out of town, . . 10 

" male illiterate minors over 14 years of age, . 15 

" female " " " 9 
MEMBERSHIP AND ATTENDANCE. 

Total number of pupils registered, .... 1SS1 

Average membership, ...... 1620 

Average attendance, ...... 1512 

Percent, of attendance, . . ■ . . . 927 

Number of pupils between 5 and 15 years of age, . . 1666 

" more than 15 " . . 222 

" between 7 and 14 . . xt 5 2 

'• less than 7 " . . 412 

more than 14 " . . 343 

STATISTICS. 

In last year's report attention was called to the fact that, 
the number of pupils attending out-of-town schools, as re- 
ported in the school census, had decreased from 92 in the 
previous year to 24. This year the number has fallen to 10. 
The continued increase in the patronage of the home schools 

is gratifying. 

VOCAL MUSIC. 

Each year the results of thorough training in vocal music 

are more manifest in our schools. The singing in practically 

all the schools is of a very unusual degree of excellence. The 

purity of the tone quality and the exactness of the interval 

work, as well as the intelligent expression and the very 

apparent delight of the singers in the music and in their 

ability to sing well are characteristic of the daily work in 

this department, and testify to the skill and faithfulness of 

Supervisor and teachers. The Supervisor's report follows. 



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REPORT OF SUPERVISOR OF MUSIC. 

Mr. Frank O. Draper, Superintendent of Schools. 

Dear Sir: — It gives me much pleasure to speak of the 
good work accomplished in music during the past year. 

Teachers unable to teach music satisfactorily have ex- 
changed work with other teachers, and this department has 
been greatly strengthened thereby. The music tests have 
proved satisfactory, and with only two or three exceptions, 
all classes are doing good work. 

The High School music is inspiring. Altogether, this 
department of school work is in excellent condition. Pupils 
are interested, and the teachers all have given their best 
efforts. For the continued support of the School Committee 
and Superintendent I am sincerely grateful. 
Respectfully, 

B. HAROLD HAMBLIN. 

Supervisor of Music. 



drawing akd manual training. 
With the exception of certain kindergarten occupations in 
the sub-primary class, and the work of the industrial 
vacation school, manual training has, as yet, but one 
representative in the schools of Hyde Park — drawing, em- 
bracing such simple constructive work as is commonly 
included under this title- Yet it should not be forgotten 
that drawing is, essentially, manual training as well as 
aesthetic training, and that a systematic course in drawing 
under a competent supervisor, is a long step in this direc- 
tion. It is, necessarily, the first step ; and it is the depart- 
ment of manual training in rega'd to whose usefulness and 
adaptability to elementary public school instruction there is 
least debate. It is generally admitted that it is of use and 
that it is worth while, and it is the natural starting point and 
the necessary preliminary for every form of manual training 
except sewing and cooking. 



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Under present conditions drawing is, therefore, a subject 
of unusual importance, both for what it can do and is doing 
in the education of our young people, and for its character as 
a representative of, and it is to be hoped an introduction to, 
a general course of manual training in our schools. Such a 
course is desirable from every point of view. The question 
of its introduction is one of expediency only. 

The earnestness with which teachers and pupils have 
taken up the work in drawing as arranged by the Supervisor, 
and the skill and devotion which Miss Kimball brings to the 
task of organizing the work and placing it upon a systematic 
and progressive basis, are attested by the quality of the 
results already attained. Your attention is invited to the 
Supervisor's report, which follows. 

REPORT OF THE SUPERVISOR OF DRAWING. 

Mr. Frank O. Draper, Supt. of Schools : 

Dear Sir, — I herewith submit my report, as Supervisor 
of Drawing, for the year 1900, 

It is now a year and a half since drawing under supervision 
was introduced ii>to the schools, and a fairer estimate can be 
made of the progress of the work than was possible a year 
ago. The interest of the first year, due in part to novelty, 
seems to be changing to an intelligent and serious appre- 
ciation of the subject. As a result of this, improvement is 
beginning to show along important lines. 

In the early stages of a study of this kind certain con- 
ditions are manifest, due in many cases, not to lack of talent 
nor carelessness, but to want of knowledge and a proper 
standard. These are the principal faults : Disregard of the 
space to be filled, inability to see proportions, needless exact- 
itude as to unimportant details, and a constrained and lifeless 
rendering. To overcome these faults we are endeavoring to 
think first of the relation of the drawing to the space to be 



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filled, to give it proper proportions and balance, and to sketch 
in a free, light line, correcting, but without the use of the 
eraser, until the object is properly drawn. In finishing, we 
try to vary the outline as we see it strong or light, and thus 
give life and character. Satisfactory results, of course, can- 
not be expected for a long time, but it is hopeful to see 
earnest improvement in the right direction. 

A great help toward bringing good results would be to 
present to the pupils numerous examples, by different artists, 
of simple pencil, pen and ink, and brush drawings of such a 
character as to enable them to get a higher ideal of the work 
they might do, A portfolio of these drawings would require 
time and money to collect, but it would well repay the effort. 
Besides this, a collection of beautiful objects, which should 
illustrate principles of art, would be invaluable. For this 
purpose articles which are slightly damaged can sometimes 
be purchased at the Japanese and other stores for a compar- 
atively small sum. 

I have been dealing thus far with the freehand side of 
drawing alone. Another very important phase of the work 
is the constructive feature, or manual training side. This 
includes geometric and working drawings, lettering, con- 
struction of objects, and structural design ; that is, design of 
proportion and outline of both plane and solid figures. The 
uses of the ruler and compasses are taught. Neatness and 
accuracy are emphasized. The results of this training are 
more evident than in the freehand work. Even the short 
training of last year has had a noticeable effect upon the 
pupils' ability to follow directions, to measure accurately, and 
to execute with neatness anything given them in that line. 
The construction of objects, or the making of patterns to be 
worked out at home, seems to give great delight to the 
younger children and satisfaction to the older ones, In sev- 
eral cases constructions were maie voluntarily at home from 
working drawings made at school. This is the introduction 



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to manual training, which, we hope, will sometime be taught 
as a special subject in our schools. 

The course in the Grammar and Primary schools is essen- 
tially the same as it was last year, except that greater 
emphasis has been placed upon the principles of design, not 
only as related to decoration, but to the arrangement of each 
drawing made. It does not seem necessary to speak in 
detail of other branches of the course, but we hope to have 
this year an exhibition which will give to some extent an 
idea of what we are trying to accomplish. 

At the High School the class in mechanical drawing 
started last year has been continued under Major Lowe's 
instruction. A decided improvement in neatness and accu- 
racy is manifest. If the class should increase next year the 
facilities would be entirely inadequate. A freehand class was 
formed in September, 1900, which numbered over forty. 
There is considerable ability in this class, and the interest is 
good, but progress is slow, owing to the lack of previous 
training. We work under disadvantages, as the room in 
which we meet is occupied up to the drawing period by an- 
other class, so that very little can be done in the way of 
preparation. Furthermore, this room is poorly lighted, and 
the surroundings are sombre and dismal. The need is 
obvious of a special room adapted to the work of a drawing 
class. I am very grateful for the support and encouragement 
of the principal, Mr. Getchell, and for the helpful words of 
the other teachers. 

The teachers of the Grammar and Primary schools have 
also shown a very helpful spirit. Much can be done by the 
teachers to make the work of the supervisor effective. If 
they are enthusiastic the children catch the spirit and are 
willing to do almost anything. Herein lies the secret of the 
most successful work now being done in our schools. 

A Saturday class was formed at the request of the teachers,, 
and ten have availed themselves of the instruction of the 



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supervisor. This shows a willingness to give their time and 
effort to this work. Many more would have joined the class 
if circumstances had permitted. 

The cover of the School Committee's report was designed 
by Miriam Loder, of the eighth grade, Grew School. All of 
the pupils of grades seven and eight competed. Their draw- 
ings were numbered, but no names were given. The best 
one from each grade was selected. The pupils chosen were 
Una Elliott and Annie Davenport, of the Damon School, 
Winthrop Haynes and Donald Emerson, of the Fairmount 
School, Elgina and Olga Mortonson and Maud May, of the 
Greenwood School, and Miriam Loder and Harry Oleson, of 
the Grew School. 

These pupils were given especial instruction by the super- 
visor afcer school, and most of the work was done after school 
hours. They all deserve praise for their faithfulness, and for 
their excellent spirit. It is granted to but one to be chosen, 
but they have all said that, however the choice were made, 
they have enjoyed the work, and feel repaid for their effort. 

In closing, I should like to thank the School Committee 
and Superintendent for their continued support, and many 
parents and friends for their helpful words and kind wishes 
for the success of the work. 

Respectfully, 

ANNA M. KIMBALL, 

Supervisor of Drawing* 
Walnut Hill, Mass., Jan. 20, 1901. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 
The work in the natural sciences and in the commercial 
department is hampered greatly by lack of room and by 
limited equipment. In all the other departments first-class 
results are attainable and are actually secured. The depart- 
ments are much more nearly equal in excellence than formerly 
and there has been an evening up, not down. 



159 

Mr. Getchell's success as Principal and instructor is amply 
fulfilling the promise of last year ; the teachers whose excel- 
lent service in the school has identified them with its best 
traditions, are maintaining the high quality of their work, and 
the three new teachers, Miss Mary E. Houston, Miss Edith 
L. Bishop and Miss Louise T. Wood, are meeting with 
unqualified success. The school spirit, — no mean test of a 
school's excellence — is commended by all who know the 
school and is noticed at once by visitors. 

I believe that the excellence and value of our high school 
is appreciated by the parents and by the citizens of the town 
in general to a very unusual degree. Frequent comments are 
heard as to the school's present quarters, and there seems to 
be a very general hope that the town will take steps to secure 
a commodious, well-ventilated and well-lighted building for 
its use. For the prosperity of the school and for the health 
of the students and teachers the new house cannot be erected 
and occupied too soon. 

Your attention is called to the report of the Principal and 
to some interesting statistics which follow it. 



HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL'S REPORT. 

Mr. Frank O. Draper, Supt. of Schools : 

Dear Sir,- In accordance with your request, I submit 
herewith my second annual report of the High School, for 
the year 1900. 

The enrollment on December 21 was 273. The member- 
ship was 256. The membership by classes was as follows : 

I. year, (entering class), 98 

II. year. 72 

III. year, 46 

IV. year, 32 
Postgraduates, 8 

Total, 256 



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Comparing these statistics with those of last year, it will 
be seen that the entering class is smaller, but that each of 
the other classes is larger, showing that the increase is not 
one of large accession from outside but of natural growth 
from within. The same rate of increase next year will more 
than tax the present seating capacity of the building. In 
fact, pupils are now seated under conditions which should 
not exist in any well regulated school. 

There seems to be a better sentiment in regard to the 
value of school time, and consequently fewer demands for 
dismissal for trivial causes ; yet many keep or allow their 
pupils to remain at home for insufficient reasons thus losing 
a whole day, the drill of which cannot be made up no matter 
if the form of reciting the lessons to the teachers is afterward 
gone through with. If in 18 days of school there are from 
150 to 180 days of absence, one can easily judge of the loss 
of teaching to the community. Many school officials are 
afraid that undue prominence may be given to the subject of 
attendance, but as it is ojie of the most important elements 
of success inasmuch as a large number of the failures in 
school work can be traced to it, I believe that it should have 
due consideration. 

There have been two changes in the teaching force. Dur- 
ing the spring Miss Bessie M. Hooker, teacher of Greek, and 
Miss Ma v ^l E. Woodvvorth, teacher of English, resigned. 
Miss Edith L. Bishop of Winchester, Mass., and Miss Mary 
E. Houston of Plymouth, N. H., were chosen to succeed 
them. On account of the increase in the number of pupils 
Miss Louise T. Wood of this place was elected as an addi- 
tional teacher, and Miss Anna Kimball, Supervisor of Draw- 
ing, has two periods a week of regular work. Even now, 
however, the teachers are teaching more subjects and more 
hours a w^ek than is conducive to the very best work. 
Nevertheless, they are very faithful and are giving more time 
outside of, as well as in school than has been given before. 



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Each teacher has a regular office hour at least one afternoon 
in the week, at which time pupils may receive assistance in 
their work and parents may consult with them. These hours 
were published in the local papers soon after school opened 
in September and may be found elsewhere in this report. 

The course of study as outlined in our last report was 
adopted by the School Committee in June with a very few 
changes. The commercial course was lengthened to four 
years, thus patting it on a par with the other courses. It 
was thought by some that this would deter those desiring to 
pursue this course from so doing, but happily no such result 
followed. A larger number elected this course than last 
year, I am of the firm belief, however, that the first two 
years in high school should be of an academic character, and 
that specialization should be carried on in the last two only. 
In other words, that such studies as stenography and book- 
keeping should be left for the junior and senior years. Free- 
hand drawing was made elective in the first year, and two 
large classes were formed. Mechanical drawing was continued 
in the second year. 

An additional teacher has made it possible to'make our 
work more departmental — more in line with modern thought. 
It has already proved its worth in the unifying of the same 
lines of work necessarily in the hands of different teachers. 
If there are two divisions in Latin this year[itfis imperative 
that both pursue practically the same course that both may 
be equally fitted for the work of next year.ywben they may be 
united under one teacher. To facilitate this, prominence has 
been given to departmental rather than general teachers' 
meetings. 

With the accenting of the "Department" comes the 
natural incentive to do better work along chosen lines, and 
the consequent demand for better equipment. Library or 
laboratory methods have proved themselves worthy of more 
than passing notice and cannot be ignored. Work has been 



162 

well begun along these lines under somewhat difficult circum- 
stances. The pupils, however, have made excellent progress. 
In response to our request book shelves were placed in the 
right hand corner of the main room, but there were few 
books belonging to the school to be placed upon them. By 
gifts from publishers and loans from private and public libra- 
ries we have been able to carry on our work with quite a 
good representation of modern books. There should be a 
fund of at least one hundred dollars placed annually at the 
disposal of the Principal for the purchase of reference books. 

I would again call attention to the condition of the Science 
Department, by quoting fiom our last vear's report : " All the 
work is done in one laboratory — the Chemical." 

Several other needs, such as Manual Training, Elocution, 
and Physical Culture, are constantly emphasizing themselves, 
and must soon be considered. While Hyde Park does not 
have the necessary population to compel her to introduce 
Manual Training, yet she recognizes the demand by the 
introduction of the same into the Summer Schools, and 
should not neglect the regular schools. I am not arguing 
for Manual Training per se, but for the influence which it 
may exert upon certain boys and girls to keep them for a 
longer time in the schools. Any worthy motives which will 
even tend to accomplish this end should, I believe, be used 
and encouraged. Far too many leave school for the lack of 
some such motive. Except in connection with the English 
work, there is practically no training in Elocution, the need 
of which is more and more apparent. Here are two subjects 
which might be joined and put under the direction of one t 
teacher — Elocution and Physical Training. Since Miss i 
DeLano left us last spring it has been impossible to obtain 
anyone to take her place, and work is sadly needed among 
the pupils in voice and position. Such a teacher would 
supplement in a remarkable degree the work in English and 
History. 






163 

During the year the Athletic Association has been organ- 
ized, and seems to be in a prosperous condition. This con- 
solidates the interests of the various teams under a single 
management. It gives an added interest to athletics, because 
it secures fair representation on the various teams, and pro- 
tects the individual. The great need of the Association is 
inclosed grounds, which can be wholly under the control of 
the management. 

While we had expected to have a larger number of parents 
and friends visit us during the year, and have been somewhat 
disappointed, yet when a suggestion has been made the 
response has been so ready and hearty that there can be 
little doubt of the active, intelligent interest of the parent 
and citizen. It is for such enthusiastic support that I take 
this opportunity to thank all, and especially you, sir, for your 
unselfish and helpful advice. 

Respectfully submitted, 

M. S. GETCHELL, 

Principal. 

THE QUESTION OF OVER STUDY. 
Last year, at my request all the Principals made a 
thorough inquiry as to the amount of home study done by 
the pupils. In the elementary schools, no room was found 
in which the average exceeded a half-hour. No regular 
home study was required in any room below the highest 
two grades, and in some of the schools none was required 
regularly below the Master's room. The conditions are 
not materially changed this year, so that it may be safely 
said that what over study exists in the elementary schools 
of the town is in the case of pupils who require much more 
than the average time for their studies. The natural 
remedy would seem to be -special arrangements for ex- 
ceptional pupils rather than a wholesale reduction of 
requirements. 



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The figures for the High School, while they did not 
indicate unusually long hours of study, were of sufficient 
interest to warrant their publication, and the result of a 
similar inquiry made at the middle of the current school 
year is given below. 



STATISTICS FOR 1 900-1901. 

AVERAGE TIME OF STUDY, IN MINUTES, PER LESSON. 

(a) At home; (b) at school. 

IV. year. III. year. II. year. I. year. 

(a) (b) (a) (b) (a)" (b) (a) (b) 

42 21 36 26 35 28 34 22 

Total, 63 62 63 56 

Whole study in hours and minutes done by entering class, by divisions : 
A B C D 

2 h. 1.30 2.24 1.40 1. 51 1.26 2.16 1.22 
Total, 3.30 4.04 3.17 3. 38 

Average study per day, at home and in school, 3 h., 52 min. 

In connection with this inquiry, a number of questions 
bearing upon the physical condition and employment of 
the students were asked. ~ Some of these questions are of 
general interest and are given below together with a sum- 
mary of the answers. These figures have been very 
carefully prepared by the Principal, and every effort has 
been made to secure accuracy. 



QUESTIONS FOR 1900-1901. 
i. How many periods of prepared work do you have? 

2. Do you have regular hours for study? 

3. Do you take regular exercise? 

4. Have you regular employment outside of school? 

5. How much time does it take each day? 

6. Are you troubled with defects of eyesight or hearing? 

7. How much do you spend for a lunch each day? 

8. If there were a lunch counter in the building would 
you patronize if? 



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9- Do you read the daily papers regularly? 
10. Do you have a Public Library Card? 
ii. Which do you read most — Biography, Fiction, His- 
tory, Poetry, Travels, or Science? 





YES. 


NO. 




IV. 


III. 


II. 


1. 


TOTAL 


IV. 


III. 


II 


I. 


to'l 




YEAR 


YEAR 


YEAR 


YEAR 


YR. 


YR. 


YR. 


YR. 


I 


19 


18 


17 


17 


17I av. 












2 


24 


13 


45 


34 


116 


I I 


33 


29 


6l 


134 


3 


13 


8 


4 s 


21 


90 


22 


38 


26 


74 


160 


4 


2 3 


27 


54 


S3 


1S7 


12 


19 


20 


12 


63 


5 


92 m. 


80 m. 


8S m. 


75 tn. 


av. 84 m 












6 


Eyes 4 
Ears 1 


Eyes 4 
Ears - 


Eves 7 
a 1 


Eyes 30 
Ears 2 


Eyes 45 
Ears 4 


24 


40 


59 


62 


185 


7 


3c 


6c. 


sic 


3c 


av. 4£c. 












8 


22 


36 


62 


82 


202 


l 3 


10 


12 


13 


43 


9 


16 


16 


30 


43 


105 


r 9 


3o 


44 


52 


*45 


IO 


24 


3 1 


57 


30 


142 


11 


l 5 


17 


65 


108 


ii 






















F. 


25 


35 


52 


65 


177 












H. 


13 


16 


38 


40 


107 












T. 


5 


7 


h 


3t 


57 












B. 


3 


3 


4 


4 


- 14 












P. 


3 




4 


5 


13 












S. 


3 


1 


5 





9 













4S=- Note.— F signifies Fiction ; H, History ; T, Travel ; B, ..Biography ; P, Poetry ; 
S, Science. 

EVENING SCHOOLS. 
Your attention is called to the following detailed report 
of the work of these schools for the past year. The greatly 
increased attendance in the English department during the 
latter part of this term as compared with the corresponding 
period of last year indicates a growing appreciation of the 
value of the instruction given and of the opportunity 
offered for serious educational work. The greater regu- 
larity in attendance in the other departments is also a good 
indication. A larger number each year are attracted by 
the real purpose of the schools and fewer attend for frivo- 
lous reasons. The orderliness and good spirit manifested 



166 

are quite unusual in schools of this kind and the special 
committee in charge of this department of school work 
may justly take pleasure in its character and in the quality 
of the results attained. The certificates and diplomas 
issued this year will undoubtedly strengthen the schools 
along their present lines of growth. 



EVENING SCHOOL PRINCIPAL'S REPORT. 

F. O. Draper, Esq^, Supt. of Schools: 

Dear Sir — I have the honor to submit herewith a 
report of the Evening Schools from January 31, 1900, to 
January 31, 1901. 

The present term opened on the evening of October 29, 
1900, with five teachers in attendance. October 29 and 
30 were taken for the registration of students. The reg- 
ular work of the school commenced on the evening of 
October 31. All departments were well attended. 



ENGLISH DEPARTMENT. 
This department has been in charge of three teachers ;. 
one for the advanced class and two for the elementary 
classes. The attendance was good until after the Christ- 
mas recess. Since that time the numbers have decreased 
so that it was found necessary to reduce the teaching force 
to two teachers. Last year during the latter portion of the 
month of January, and for the remainder of the term, this 
department was in charge of one teacher. This year, 
however, the attendance has been sufficient to require the 
services of two teachers. Elementary and advanced 
classes are now in one room. 

Registration from January 31, 1900, to March 29, 1900: 
Registered, 14 

Average attendance, 14 

Average age, 19 _years 



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Registration from October 29, 1900, to January 31, 1901 : 

Registered, 56 

Average attendance, 35 

Average age, 20 vrs. 6 mos. 

Present attendance, 25 

Number of sessions in the year, 80 

Your attention is called to the fact that the " average 
attendance" and " present attendance" in this department 
are nearly double that of the corresponding period for 
last year. 



BUSINESS DEPARTMENT. 

The work in this department has been carried out ac- 
cording to the course arranged three years ago. The 
registration this year has not been so large as that of last 
year, but the per cent, of attendance offsets the decrease 
in registration. 

Instruction in Commercial Law has been given by 
lectures, as the school is not supplied with text books on 
this subject. A teacher of Typewriting was employed 
until January 2, 1901. 

Indications are that there will 'be two students to receive 
the Diploma of this department, and upwards of eleven 
students will receive Certificates for the first year's work. 
Certificates and Diplomas are not awarded unless the 
student passes a satisfactory examination. 

Registration from January 31, 1900, to April 26, 1900: 

Registered, 26 

Average attendance, 21 

Average age, 19 yrs* 2 mos. 

High School graduates, 7 

High School non-graduates, 7 
Registration from October 29, 1900, to January 31, 1901 : 

Registered, 49 

Average attendance, 37 

Average age, 19 years 

Present attendance, 34 

High School graduates, 5 

High School non-graduates, 7 

Number of sessions in the year, 87 



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DRAUGHTING DEPARTMENT. 

In this department the work is carried on in accordance 
with the original plan of a four years' course leading to a 
diploma. The classes continue under the direction of Mr. 
Joseph C. Riley, instructor in the Institute of Technology. 
There have been classes of three grades in Mechanical 
Drawing. The nature and method of instruction were 
decided upon after careful inquiries concerning the occu- 
pations of the members of the classes. It was found that 
of those who began the course in November last, twenty- 
one were employed in machine shops in positions where a 
knowledge of the principles of mechanical drawing is of 
the greatest value. Of the above number of students 
seventeen are in regular attendance. The instruction 
given has been mainly along the line of machine drawing. 

The first year students were given seven plates on geo- 
metrical drawing as preliminary exercises. After the 
completion of these plates the students commenced to draw 
various objects from which direct measurements were 
taken. The students are now at work on simple machine 
parts, such as bolts, nuts and simple castings. 

The second year students were taught the principles of 
projection, after which they began to make working draw- 
ings from sketches furnished of steam engine details, such 
as bearings, cranks, etc. 

There are two students in the third year class. They 
have received instruction in the method of drawing some 
of the more useful mathematical curves, and they have 
drawn gears, cranks, connecting rods, etc. 

An exhibition of the drawings of last year was held at 
the High School building at the close of the term. The 
attendance at this exhibition was not enough to pay for the 
trouble of hanging the drawings. The tax payers support 
the Evening Schools and they should have interest enough 



169 

in these schools to wish to see what work is being done. 
There will be an exhibition of drawings at the close of the 
present term, and I hope more interest will be shown in 
this exhibition than was manifested in that of last year. 

Registration from January 31, 1900, to March 28, 1900: 
Registered, 16 

Average attendance, 16 

Average age, 21 yrs., 6 mos. 

Registration from October 29, [900, to January 31, 1901 : 
Registered, 29 

Average attendance, 27 

Average age, 19 yrs., 9 mos. 

Present attendance, 23 

Number of sessions in the year, 61 



DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES. 

Diplomas and Certificates were issued to the following 
students : 

BUSINESS DEPARTMENT. 

DIPLOMAS. . 

Orton Andrews, Stenography. 
Edwin L. Cameron, " 

Florence Spaans, " 

Mary H. Stevens, " 

Arthur Strout, Bookkeeping. 

CERTIFICATES. 

Elise Barme, Stenography. 
Mary Childs, 

Alice Hanscom, " 

Mary P. Jank, " 

Beatrice Drinkwater, Bookkeeping. 



DRAUGHTING DEPARTMENT. 

CERTIFICATES. 

J. S. Burton, 1st Year Architectural. 

F. H. Haslam, 

Edith M. Hill, 

J. McDonnell, 2d Year Architectural. 



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C. Countway, ist Year Mechanical. 

W. Drechsler, ■' '■ 

E. S. Mc Arthur, 

Hugh Schmalz, " " 

Otto Schmalz, " " 

C.J. St Clair, 

L. M. Clark. 2d Year Mechanical. 

M. M. Wild, 

Students have given close attention to their studies in all 
all departments, and the results more than justify the outlay. 
Respectfully submitted, 

A. W. LOWE, 
Principal of Evening Schools. 



CARPENTRY SCHOOL REPORT. 

To the Committee on Industrial School : 

The Vacation School for boys, in carpentry, opened July 
ioth, 1900, and, after twenty-eight well-attended sessions, 
closed August 23d. 

The first thirty-six applicants from a list of sixty-three 
were formed into two classes, — one in the forenoon, and the 
other in the afternoon, 

Though the term was shorter than in previous years, it 
was nevertheless an interesting one, as the pupils entered 
into the work with abundance of enthusiasm, and gave good 
attendance. Fifty-three pupils took lessons during the term, 
making the average daily attendance thirty-one. 

Considering this a Vacation School, there is. of course, no 
compulsion in regard to a pupil attending ; hence, I have 
endeavored to find out that which each pupil would be 
most interested in making, as that which might interest one 
might not interest another, and the pupil working without 
interest is working on a failure. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEO. E. WEBB. 



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SEWING SCHOOL REPORT. 

To the Committee on Industrial School : 

The Sewing School for the summer of 1900 was opened 
Tuesday, July 10, with a full attendance. 

The scholars were at once divided into three classes, — 
those who had never sewed, those who had done a limited 
amount of sewing, and those who were more skillful 

The youngest were given the work on the printed cloth. 
Pieces of cloth are printed with the different stitches, and 
the child follows the printed mark. This secures accuracy 
and allows the child's whole attention to be devoted to the 
use of the thimble, the position of the needle on the thimble, 
the proper motions of the hand in taking the stitch, and the 
method of taking each different stitch. A series of finger 
exercises helped to strengthen the fingers and make them 
flexible. 

The intermediate class was taught, as a preparation for 
garment making, the oversewed seam, the French seam, fell, 
hem, running of tucks, the hemnied on and the stitched in 
patches, supplementing this work by work in putting on 
bands. Talks about the seams helped to strengthen the 
method of making each seam. 

The oldest class, which consisted of girls from eleven to 
fourteen years, of age, was taught the hemmed on and 
the stitched in patches, how to put in gussets, make 
buttonholes, and put on band. For their home and 
supplemental work they had the French seam and fell. 
One small garment was cut, also, and nearly finished. 
It was not thought best to attempt the dressing sacks of the 
year before, as most of the girls have had such insufficient 
preparation. On this account the preceding course was 
prepared, keeping as the end in view preparation for garment 
making. In order that the size and direction of each stitch 
might be clearly seen, colored thread and unbleached cloth 
were employed. 



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In making plans for the course, it was decided that appli- 
cation for places must be made before the school opened. 
When the classes were full the names were put on a waiting 
list in order, and the vacancies filled from this list. The 
numbers on the roll were limited to forty-eight, twenty-four 
being allowed to attend each session. This gave each child 
only twelve lessons of two hours each in which to finish the 
course of work. Owing to this, the attendance has been 
much more regular, as it has prevented children coming only 
once and not attending again. In this way all the time could 
be devoted to pupils wishing to do serious work, and has 
been a means of much improved work. 

KATE FARLIN, 

Sewing Teacher. 



COOKING SCHOOL REPORT. 

To the Committee on Industrial School : 

Two classes began their lessons in cooking on July I2th 
with twenty-four pupils enrolled in each ; twelve more were 
afterward admitted to take the places of some who left town 
on their vacations, making a total of sixty who received 
instruction in this branch of manual training, introduced for 
the first time in Hyde Park. 

Each class had two lessons a week for six weeks, one class 
coming in the morning and one in the afternoon. The 
chemical laboratory in the High School was transformed for 
the time being into a kitchen, small gas stoves being substi- 
tuted for Bunsen burners, and bowls, saucepans and jars of 
groceries for test-tubes and chemicals. A gas range and a 
two-burner gas stove were kindly loaned and set up by the 
Dedham & Hyde Park Gas Co., and a boiler for heating 
water was contributed by Mrs. E. F. Boyd. The other 
utensils and supplies were furnished by the town, with the 
exception of two dozen small fancy cake tins, given by Mrs. 
Griggs. 



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The lessons began with a talk on food in general and 
water in particular, illustrated by the preparation of tea, 
cocoa, lemonade, lemon and prune jellies. 

In the second lesson was taught the composition and 
nutritive value of eggs and milk, and the pupils, nearly all 
High School girls, learned to boil and poach eggs, and make 
omelets, custard, white sauce and junket. 

In the third lesson vegetables were prepared in different 
ways, including potatoes boiled, baked and mashed, pea soup, 
cabbage au gratin and salad. 

The fourth lesson was devoted to cereals and starches, 
when germ-meal mush, corn meal gruel, macaroni and cheese, 
rice pudding and chocolate blanc mange were carefully 
prepared. 

The composition of baking powder and its use in making 
mixtures light and palatable was shown in the fifth lesson, 
with the preparation of biscuit, muffins and steamed puddings. 

To the sixth lesson, the bread lesson, was given special 
attention, and judging from specimens of bread made at. 
home after the lesson, it was appreciated by the girls. 

In the seventh and eighth lessons meat and fish were 
studied and cooked in palatable and economical style. 

The ninth lesson was devoted to cake making and baking ; 
the tenth, to pastry and pies. In these lessons gingerbread, 
cookies and cheese fondu were also prepared. 

The eleventh lesson was the preparation and serving of a 
breakfast consisting of oatmeal with apples, fried halibut and 
butterfish, shredded potatoes, popovers, griddle cakes and 
coffee. 

For the twelfth and last lesson the girls brought table 
furnishings and flowers, and in the presence of many inter- 
ested visitors cooked and served a four-course dinner. The 
menu included tomato soup with imperial sticks, roast beef, 
Franconia potatoes and shell beans, bouquet salad and straw- 
berry ice cream. 



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In each lesson all the cooking and cleaning up was done 
by the pupils, who .were requested to and in many cases did 
practice at home the dishes learned at school, reporting: at 
each lesson the amount of work done. 

In trying to cover as much ground as possible in the lim- 
ited number of lessons the work was considerably hurried, 
but we trust each pupil has acquired knowledge and experi- 
ence and methods which she will find of much practical 
benefit, not only now but later in life when more responsibility 
in household matters will doubtless devolve upon her. 

In closing this report we would thank the Committee for 
their interest and frequent visits to the school kitchen, and 
the parents and friends for their words of appreciation. 

We hope another summer will see opportunities for more 
pupils to be instructed in this art and science, and that at no 
late date cooking will be introduced as a part of the regular 
school curriculum. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ALICE BRADLEY. 
Hyde Park, August 22, 1900. 



TRUANT OFFICER'S REPORT. 
Mr. Frank O. Draper, Supt. of Schools : 

Dear Sir — Please find below an account of my ser- 
vices as Truant Officer for the year ending December 31 
1900. 

Total number of cases investigated, 198 

truants, 47 
" prosecuted, 3 

" committed, 2 

" placed on probation, r 

" absent with parent's permission, 53 

" absent on account of sickness, 70 

" " lack of clothing, S 

'• removed from town, 3 

" attending private schools, 3 

" absent from other causes, 8 



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February 20, I arrested and took to the Dedham Police 
Court George Crawford for habitual truancy. After hear- 
ing the case Judge Grover placed him on probation. 

May 8, I arrested Ed. F. Lowell, 13 years of age, for 
truancy. May Q, at Dedham, Judge Grover sentenced 
him to the Truant School at Walpole tor two years. 

June 4, George Crawford, 13 years of age, was sen- 
tenced by Judge Grover, to the House of the Angel 
Guardian, Boston, for two years for habitual truancy. 

Number of "no sessions" for schools in 1900: 

February 3, a. m. snow storm. 



March 

May 

Sept. 
Nov. 

Total : 



13. 

1, 

16, 

3> 
18, 

?6, 

Grammar 



and p. m. 



" (high) 
Hi^h, 1. 



Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY V. HARWOOD, 

Truant Officer. 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. 

The general average of the work in the grammar and pri- 
mary schools of the town is excellent and is steadily improv- 
ing in quality. There is constantly a more conscious and 
well directed effort to influence character and to achieve 
moral ends in all lines of school work. There is an improve- 
ment in method and in matter in the common subjects of 
study. 

Geography was strengthened last year by the introduction 
of a modern series of text-books and the work is constantly 
improving as pupils and teachers become accustomed to the 
new point of view. It is important that there should be 
much study of nature at first hand in connection with this 



176 

subject, particularly as we have no separate course in nature 
study. The third, fourth and fifth grades have been supplied 
with an excellent text-book in language. The style of copies in 
penmanship has been slightly changed to accord with a posi- 
tion of paper and hand in writing which allows a free move- 
ment across the lines instead of the drawing position and 
movement associated with the old forms. Each grade has 
been provided with an additional set of supplementary read- 
ying. An elementary history, devoted chiefly to the periods 
of exploration and discovery, "has been provided for the sixth 
grade. This places the history work upon a much better 
basis and I hope that we may be able soon to give in the 
eighth grade some instruction in English history and in 
civics in connection with the history of our country. 

Such are some of the lines of progress in which a good 
beginning has been made. Our schools are capable of doing 
more work and more thorough work than has ever been 
accomplished. As a whole our corps of teachers is competent 
to carry on successfully school work of the highest character. 
Teachers and school officers alike are fully alive to the 
importance of our trust and to the ever broadening respon- 
sibilities of the schools. We are improving the quality of 
the results of our labors as rapidly as conditions admit and 
we are heartily grateful for every public and private influence 
exerted in behalf of the schools and of our young people. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FRANK O. DRAPER, 

Superintendent. 



APPENDIX. 



" labor ©mriia Umcit." 



GRADUATING EXERCISES 

THE HIGH SCHOOL 1 

Hyde Park, - Massachusetts 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900 

WAVERLY OPERA HOUSE 



ORDER OF EXERCISES: 

1. " Mill in the Forest," Descriptive, . . . Ilcnberg 

(At the brook, the birds, and closing down of the mill.) 

2. Invocation, .... Rev. Charles C. Tilley 

3. Chorus, " The Village Blacksmith," .... Noyes 

A. Musical Poem, 

Under a spreading chestnut tree And children coming home from school 
The village smithy stands ; Look in at the open door ; 

The smith, a mighty man is he, They love to see the flaming forge, 
With large and sinewy hands ; And hear the bellows roar, 

And the muscles of his brawny arms And catch the burning sparks that fly 
Are strong as iron bands. Like chaff from a threshing floor. 

His hair is crisp, and black, and long, He goes on Sunday to the Church 
His face is like the tan ; And sits among the bo3'S ; 

His brow is wet with honest sweat, He hears the parson pray and preach, 
He earns whate'er he can, He hears his daughter's voice 

And he looks the whole world in the face, Singing in the village choir, 
For he owes not any man. And it makes his heart rejoice. 

Week in, week out, from morn till night, It sounds to him like his mother's voice, 
You can hear his bellows blow ; Singing in Paradise ! 

You can hear him swing his heavy sledge, He needs must think of her once more, 
With measured beat and slow, How in the grave she lies ; 

Like a sexton ringing the village bell, And with his hard, rough hand he wipes 
When the evening sun is low. A tear out of his eyes. 



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Toiling, — rejoicing, — sorrowing, 
Onward through life he goes ; 

Each morning sees some task begun, 
Each evening sees it closed ; 

Something attempted, something done, 
Has earned a night's repose. 



Thanks, thanks to thee, my worthy frie n d 
For the lesson thou hast taught ! 

Thus at the flaming forge of life 
Our fortune must be wrought ; 

Thus on its sounding anvil shaped 
Each burning deed and thought. 

— Longfellow 



4. Address to Graduates, . . Pres. Benaiah L. Whitman 

Columbian University, Washington, D. C. 



5. Trio, " Daffodils," 

I wandered lonely as a cloud 

That floats on high o'er vales and hills, 

When all at once I saw a crowd, 

A host of golden daffodils : 

Beside the lake, beneath the trees, 

Fluttering and dancing in the breeze. 

Continuous as the stars that shine 
And twinkle on the milky way, 
They stretched in never-ending line, 
Along the margin of a bay : 
Ten thousand saw I at a glance, 
Tossing their heads in sprightly dance. 



Presentation of. Diplomas, 



Class Ode, 



Classmates, ye of Nineteen Hundred. 

Now our High School course is o'er ; 
Seldom shall we meet together 

As we oft have done of yore. 
Bright before us lies the future, 

Varied are the paths we choose, 
But, though far apart we're scattered, 

Ne'er our fellowship we'll lose. 

For we're all of Nineteen Hundred, 

Loyal members of one class ; 
And this thought will bind us closer 

As the years so swiftly pass. 
Bright have been the days together. 

Gay and happy, — bnsy too ; 
But our old life here is ended, 

We must enter now the new. 



King Hall 

The waves beside them danced ; but they 

Out-did the sparkling waves in glee ; 

A poet could not but be gay 

In such a Jocund company ; 

I gazed — and gazed — but little thought 

What wealth the show to rne had brought. 

For oft, when on my couch I lie, 

In vacant or in pensive mood, 

They flash upon that inward eye 

Which is the bliss of solitude ; 

And then my heart with pleasure fills, 

And dances with the daffodils. 

— Wordsworth. 

Edward I. Humphrey 
Chairman of School Board. 

J Words by Emma Desire King 

I Mttsic by Charles Roger son Hay nes 

Lo ! before us lie life's broad fields, 

Where we all may conquerors be ; 
Let us enter, then, the contest 

Bravely and courageously. 
Though we oft may seem defeated, 

We should ne'er discouraged be ; 
Rather, let our failures urge us 

On to greater victory. 

As we separate, oh ! classmates, 

Let us give a kindly thought 
To those who were of our number, 

But whom other duties sought. 
Farewells should not cause us sorrow, 

Though from many we must part, 
For we know that Nineteen Hundred 

Links us firmly, heart to heart. 



S. Chorus, " Be Thou Faithful unto Death," . Mendelssohn 

9 March, " The Ameer," .... Victor Herbert 

Grew School Orchestra. 



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181 
GRADUATES: 



FOUR YEARS 

James Harding Armstrong, 
Lillian Vincent Beatey, 
Percy Whitman Carr, 
D. Clement Colesworthy, 
Claire Marguerite Doane, 
Andrew Fisher, Jr , 
Robert Chester Fiske, 
Fred Young French, Jr., 
Elcott Georgina Gwillim, 
Charles Rogerson Haynes, 
Susan Bliss Higgins, 
Rosalie Marion Horr, 
Emma Desire King, 



COURSE. 

Susie Marion Kelley, 
Anna Elizabeth McDonough, 
Caroline Laura Mackintosh, 
Patrick John Manning, 
Robert Brainard Moseley, 
Clara Louise Noyes, 
Anna Elizabeth Pring, 
Florence Amelia Runnells, 
Mary Townsend Rowe, 
George Warren Sanborn, 
Susie Olive Sherman, 
Fred Junius Townsend,. 
Louis Dwight Harvell Weld, 



Mary Louise White. 

two years' course. 

Helen Louise Aborn, Anna Gertrude McFeeley, 

Mary Copeland Williams. 



CERTIFICATE. 



Philip Fuller, 



Clarence Edward Tucker. 



OFFICE HOURS FOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

1900-1901. 



Merle S. Getehell, Tuesday, 3 to 4. — Office. 

Wednesday, 3 to 4. — Office. 
Emerson Rice, Tuesday, 3 to 4-30. — Laboratory. 
Anna M. Linscott, Monday, 2 to 3. — Room 7. 
Mary C Howard, Thursday, 3 to 4. — Room 2. 
Alonzo W- Lowe, Monday, 2.30 to 3.30 — Room 3. 
Ruby P. Bridgman, Wednesday, 3 to 4. — Room 1. 
Mary E- Houston, Monday, 3 to 4 — Room 3. 
Edith L- Bishop, Thursday, 3.30 to 4-30. — Room 6. 
Louise T. Wood, Wednesday, 3-30 to 4-30. — Room 4. 



HIGH SCHOOL COURSE OF STUDY. 





CLASSICAL. 


LATIN— SCIENTIFIC. 


ENGLISH. 


COMMERCIAL. 




'Required. 


Required. 


Required. 


Required. 




English 4 


English 4 


English 4 


English 4 




An. History 3 


An. History 3 


An. History 3 


Eng. History 3 


£^ 


Latin 5 


Latin 5 


Algebra J 
*Ob. Geometry J -> 


Algebra5 


pj 


Algebra / 


Algebra I . 


Com. Arith. ? . 
Com. Geog. 3 ° 


< 


*Ob. Geometry j 5 


*Ob. Geometry ij J 


*Phys. Geog. } 


>< 


Physiology 1 


Physiology 1 


* Botany j s 


Physiology 1 




Music 1 


Music 1 


Physiology 1 


Music 1 


X 


Military Drill 1 


Military Drill 1 


Music 1 


Military Drill 1 


a. 






Military Drill 1 






Elective. 


Elective. 


Elective. 


Elective. 




Drawing 2 


Drawing 2 


Drawing 2 


Drawing 2 




'Required. 


Required. 


Required. 


Required. 




English 4 


English 4 


English 4 


English 4 




Geometi y 4 


Geometry 4 


English History 3 


Bookkeeping / 


-A 


Latin 5 


Latin 5 


Geometry 4 


Com. Law \ 3 


w. 


Greek 5 


Music i 


Music 1 


Stenography 5 


JJ, 


Music 1 


Military Drill 1 


Military Drill 1 


Typewriting 3 


< 


Military Drill 1 






Music 1 


W J 

>< * 



z 


c 








Militaiy Drill 1 


Elective. 


Elective. 


Elective. 


Elective. 


Eng. History 3 


Eng. History 3 


*Zoolo«y ? „ 
*Botany 5 3 


Drawing 2 


X 


*Zoology I 
*Botany ) 5 


*Zoology I „ 
*Botany 5 3 






Frenchor German 5 






k Drawing 2 


Drawing 2 


Bookkeeping 5 








Stenography 5 








Typewriting 3 








Drawing 2 






Required. 


Required. 


Required. 


Required. 




English 4 


English 4 


English 4 


English 4 




Latin 4 


Latin 4 


Med.& Mod. ? 
History ) 


Med. & Mod. } 
History j ■* 


. 


G r eek 4 


Music 1 


«■ 


Music 1 


Military Drill 1 


Music 1 


Spanish 4 


£, 


Military Drill 1 




Military Drill 1 


Music 1 


E 








Military Drill 1 


s 


Elective. 


Elective. 


Elective. 


Elective. 


. 


Frenoh or German 4 


French or German 4 


Frencli or German 4 


French or Ger. 4 


^ 


Chtmistry4 


Chemistry 4 


Spanish 4 


Chemistry4 


n 


Mathematics 4 


Mathematics 4 


Chemistry 4 


Mathematics 4 


? 


Review History 3 


Eeview History 3 


Mathematics 4 


Bookkeeping 5 




Med. & Mod. | 
History ( ^ 


Med. & Mod. j' 
History | 3 


Bookkeeping 5 


Stenography 5 




Stenography 5 


Typewriting 3 






Typewriting 3 






Required. 


Required. 


Required. 


Required. 




English 4 


English 4 


English 4 


English 4 




Latin 4 


Latin 4 


*U. S. History ) 
*Civil Gov. > J 


*U. S. Hist. I 
*Civil Gov. 5 3 


^ 


Greek 4 


*U. S. History ) 


"> 


Music 1 


*Civ. Gov. j 3 


Music 1 


Music 1 


c 


Military Drill 1 


Music 1 


Military Drill 1 


Military Drill 1 


!L 




Military Drill 1 








Elective. 


Elective. 


Elective. 


Elective. 


2 


French or German 4 


French or German 4 


French or German 4 


French or Ger. 4 


*Sol. Geometry f 


*Sol. Geometry ) 


*Sol. Geometry ) 


*Sol. Geom. ) 


3 


Trigonometry j •* 


Trigonometry j *> 


*Trigonometry J 3 


*Trigonom'y \ ° 




Physics 5 


Physics 5 


Physics 5 

Political Economy 4 
Bookkeeping5 
Stenography 5 
Typewriting 3 


Physics 5 
Polit. Econ. 4 
Bookkeeping 5 
Stenography 5 
Typewriting 3 


* Half year. 









184 
SPECIAL DIRECTIONS. 

These directions should be carefully read, as no change of 
courses or studies will be allowed during the year, except for 
urgent reasons, and then only by permission of Superinten- 
dent and Master. 

The figures at the right of subjects in the course of study 
indicate the number of recitation periods each week. 

At least eight pupils must select an elective, or a class in 
that subject will not be formed. 

A pupil expecting to receive a diploma is required to take 
studies representing at least sixteen periods of prepared 
recitations each week, as indicated in the course of study. 

Music and Military Drill are not prepared studies. Draw- 
ing counts as one period, Typewriting as two in reckoning 
the total number of hours. 

Drawing in the Second Year is open only to those who 
have taken it one year, 

Regular courses for pupils preparing for College, or for 
Scientific and Normal Schools, and for the Third and Fourth 
Years of the Commercial 'Course, will be designated by the 
Master. 

The Commercial Course, hereafter, will be a four years' 
course, but a certificate will be given at the end of two years 
to those who do not intend to complete the course and have 
done satisfactory work. 

Only one foreign language should be begun the same year, 
and it should be continued for at least two years. 

The Master will be in his office between the hours of 4 and 
5 in the afternoon, on school days, May 22 to May 31, for 
conference with pupils of the High School, and those of the 
Eighth Grade, and parents who may wish to consult him. 

The elective blank accompanying this sheet should be re- 
turned on or before June 1, properly filled out, and signed. 



HYDE PARK GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 



GRADUATING EXERCISES 

OF THE 

CLASSES OF 1900, 
Waverly Hall, Thursday, June 2, 1900, 

AT 7.30 P.M. 



Instrumental Music by the Grew School Orchestra. 

Geo. E. M. Dickinson, Director. 

First Violins — Misses Simmons, Paine, Chase and E- and A. Rollins. 

Second Violins — Misses McKenna. Burgess, Martin, and Master Drecfisler. 

Cornet — Master Post. 

Clarionets— Masters Stackpole, Orcutt aud Bass. 

Flute — Master Hazard. 

'Cellos — Messrs. Stockbridge and Hibbard. 

Bass — Miss B. Simmons. 

Piano — Miss Wright. 

Trombone — Miss Wallace. 

Drums and Traps— Master Carberry. 



PROGRAMME. 

Selection — First Movement, Symphony XII., . . . Haydn 

Orchestra. 

Recitation — "The Ride of Jennie McNeil," . . Will Carleton 

Viola Pearl Hodgkins. 

Chorus — The Twilight Star, ..... Barnby 

Classes. 

Recitation — Ramon, .... . . Bret Harte 

Mary Woodward Partridge. 

Solo — New America, ...... Johnson 

Norman Augustus Arnold. 

Recitation — Elder Lamb's Donation, . . . Will Carleton 

Mary Delia Hart. 

Chorus $ (a ^ Lullab y- ..... Marshall 

\ (£) The Departure of the Regiment, . . Papbi 

Classes. 



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Recitation — Birds' Christmas Carol, . . Kate Douglas Wiggin 

(a) Preparation for the Dinner Party, 

(b) The Dinner Party. 

Carrie Aloha Stevens. Louisa Cornelia Melzard. 

Solo— I Will Extol Thee, O Lord, . . . . Costa 

Carl Wales Stockbridge. 
Composition — Our New Possessions, 

Albert Cannon McTntyre. 
Violin Solo — Mazurka, ...... Bohnt 

Edna Frances Simmons. 

Declamation — The Two Spies — Andre and Hale, . . Defie-iV 

J. King Knight, Jr. 

Trio — The Lonely Rose, ..... Hermes 

Masters Arnold, Stockbridge, Strout, Savage, Knight, Dimmick, 

French, Lawrence, Burns and Webster. 

Composition — Our Flags. 

Alfred B. Clark. 
Chorus — Come Flit Around, 

Classes. 
Recitation — The Boy Engineer, 

Margaret Gertrude Dunn. 
Selection — The Administration March, . . Howard Bros. 

Orchestra. 
Presentation of Diplomas, V 

Mr. Edward I. Humphrey, Chairman of the School Committee. 

Chorus — America, .... Rev. Samuel F. Smith 

Classes and Audience. 



Wekerlin 
George Lansing Taylor 



May Helen Byrnes 
Alfred B. Clark 
Matthew Cochrane 
Alan Francis Edge 
Clara Alice Kendall 
Francis Augustus Lawrence 
Bertrand Edward Lidbury 

Marion Edith Beal 
Alice Hope Bedel 
Clara Jennie Clark 
Sarah Ednah Clark 
Walter Woodbridge Clifford 
Walter Herman Dreschler 
Robert Winthrop Gwillim 



GRADUATES. 

DAMON SCHOOL. 

Katherine Agnes Mack 
Louise Cornelia Melzard 
Mary Josephina Morgan 
Grace Genevieve McSorley 
Gertrude Cecelia McSorley 
Ethel Josephine Spencer 
Carrie Aloha Stevens 

GREW SCHOOL. 

Hollis Ellis Mertz 
Charles Francis O'Connell 
Walter Francis Paine 
Mary Woodward Partridge 
Frank Bevan Partridge 
Irving Chester Perry 
Frank Fullerton Savasre 



Elsie Maud Foss 
Frank Gardner Haigh 
William Bleakie Harlow 
Frederick Arthur Hay ward 
Ethel Viola Holbrook 
William Arthur Jank 
Eugene Chester Knapp 
Mary Adelaide Knapp 
Joseph King Knight, Jr. 
Gertrude Elvira M. Leufgren 
Harold Theodore Lingham 
William James McKilligan 
Arthur Ralph McDermott 

GREEN 

Norman Augustus Arnold 
William Stuart Bodwell 
Marion Elizabeth Bradley 
Alice Irene Bragan 
Thomas Davidson Brundage 
Finlay Bryce 

Ralph Adelbert Chipman 
George Lewis Parker Cromwell 
Rena Lucilla Crowell 
Albert Lewis DeYoung 
Llewellyn McLean Evans 
Carabel Pauline Gazan 
Alice May Graham 
Florence Kingsley Greenlaw 
George Clement Greenlaw 

William 



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John Dana Savage 
Walter Arthur Schroeder 
Katherine Scully 
Elizabeth Lauretta Skerrett 
Edna Frances Simmons 
Carl Wales Stock-bridge" 
Ada Bertha Tourtelotte 
Chester Converse Webster 
Arthur Peach Willey 
Fannie Sarah Wolfe 
Lydia Florence Wood 
Ferdinand Adolphus Wyman, Jr, 
Lillian May Wyman 

WOOD SCHOOL. 

Laura Susan Googins 
Viola Pearl Hodgkins 
Edward Holway 
LeRoy Walter Jensen 
Josephine Dorothea Kiander 
Albert Cannon Mclntyre 
Mary Annette Mogan 
Charles Edward Norwoood 
Elizabeth Viola Plummer 
Irving Arthur Seavey 
Ralph' Cushmann Strout 
Elizabeth Fleming Taylor 
Edith Alice Waters 
Victor Hugo Wigglesworth 
Elizabeth Charlotte Wirth 
Franklin Wright 



FAIRMOU 

Clifford Shiverick Dimmich 
Margaret Gertrude Dunn 
Alexander Morton Emerson 
Edna Georgiana Felch 
Harold Lauriet Fogg 
Arthur Foster 
John Ellery French 
Florence Isabel Gassett 
Lizzie Emeline Hall 
Mary Delia Hart 
Helen Edna Hartwell 
Francis Parkman Hammatt 

Mary Jen 



NT SCHOOL. 

Parker Bradford Jones 
Ruth Matilda Kendall 
Hattie Louise Lailer 
Myrtle Belle Lovejoy 
Daniel Mahoney 
Helen Edelmar Mooar 
Mary Mulhern 
Eva Ruth Rafter 
Annie Mills Scott 
John Thomas Scrivens 
Idelle Minerva Tileston 
Mary Helen Thompson 
nette Walsh 



SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



Principal : Merle S. Getchell — History, Latin. 

Science : — Emerson Rice. 

French and Latin : — Anna M. Linscott. 
Mathematics : — Mary-- C. Howard. 

Commercial Branches : — Alonzo W. Lowe. 
Latin and German : — Ruby P. Bridgman. 
English : — Mary E. Houston. 

Greek and History : — Edith L. Bishop. 
English and History : — Louise T. Wood. 



















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Edna W. Harvey 

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Helen P. Cleaves 

Madge D. Ballou 

Caroline E.Johnson.. 
May C. McDonough.. 

Helen Balkam 

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DISTRICT LINES. 



DAMON DISTRICT. 
Beginning at the northwesterly corner of the town; 
thence by the former line between Dedham and Dorchester 
to Mother Brook; thence by the brook to Neponset River; 
thence by the river to the Milton line; thence by town 
boundaries to the point of beginning. 

HEMENWAY PRIMARY DISTRICT. 
The territory on the south side of the New York and New 
England R, R., leaving Sprague street optional. 

GREW DISTRICT. 

Beginning at the northwesterly corner of the town; 
thence by the former line between Dedham and Dorchester 
to Mother Brook; thence by the brook to the iron bridge 
on Hyde Park avenue; thence by the centre of Hyde Park 
avenue to Pine street; thence by Pine street and Maple 
street, including both sides of said streets, to Fairmount 
avenue; thence by the centre of Fairmount avenue to Davi- 
son street; thence by the centre of Davison street to Walter 
street; thence by the centre of Walter and Webster streets 
to the tracks of the Boston and Providence R. R,; thence by 
the said railroad tracks to West street; thence by the centre 
of West street to the Boston line; thence by city or town 
lines to the point of beginning. 

GREENWOOD DISTRICT. 

Beginning at the Neponset river on Walter street; thence 

by the centre of Walter and Webster streets to the tracks 

of the Boston and Providence R. R.; thence by the railroad 

track to West street; thence by the centre of West street 



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to Boston line; thence by the city and town lines to the 
Neponset river; thence by. the river to the point of begin- 
ning. 

AMOS WEBSTER PRIMARY DISTRICT 

The territory from the New York and New England R. R. 
to the Boston and Providence R. R.; and from River street 
on the south to the Greenwood district lines on the north. 

BUTLER PRIMARY DISTRICT. 

Beginning on Walter street at the Neponset river; thence 
on said street, both sides, to River street; thence on River 
street, both sides, to Metropolitan avenue; thence on Metro- 
politan avenue, both sides, to Westminster street; thence 
on Westminster street, both sides, and by an extension 
thereof, to town line, thence by said line to said river; 
thence by said river to the point of beginning. 

FAIRMOUNT DISTRICT. 

Beginning at the iron bridge on Hyde Park avenue; 
thence by the centre of Hyde Park avenue to Walnut street; 
thence along Walnut street, on both sides, to Fairmount 
avenue; thence by the centre of Fairmount avenue to Davi- 
son street; thence by the centre of Davison street to Walter 
street; thence by the centre of Walter street to the Nepon- 
set river thence; so running as to include all that portion of 
Hyde Park easterly by said river. 

WELD PRIMARY DISTRICT. 
The territory lying southeast of the New York and New 
England R. R. and northeast of Fairmount avenue, leaving 
the said avenue optional. 



TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



TRUSTEES 



HYDE PARK PUBLIC LIBRARY, 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY. 31, 1901. 




HYDE PARK: 

Press of The Hyde Park Gazette, 

1901. 



ORGANIZATION. 



TRUSTEES. 

HENRY B. MINER, Chairman. 

EDWARD S. HAYWARD, Secretary. 
JAMES R. CORTHELL, G. FRED GRIDLEY, 

FREDERICK L. JOHNSON, AMOS H. BRAINARD, 

CHARLES G. CHICK, JOHN W. GRIFFIN, 

CHARLES F. JENNEY. 



LIBRARIAN. 

ELIZABETH AINSWORTH. 



ASSISTANTS. 

MARY A. HAWLEY, GERTRUDE L. ADAMS. 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE 
PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



The period covered by the twenty -seventh annual report 
of the Library has been one of satisfactory progress. 

About the middle of the year we joined the Library 
Art Club, an association of libraries which has a very large 
collection of photographs and engravings of celebrated 
works of art, of noted examples of architecture, and of 
beautiful scenery. This collection is divided into a number 
of sets which are sent from one library to another, being 
allowed to remain on exhibition in each for several weeks. 
In this way the patrons of every library belonging to the 
association have the privilege of seeing a much larger 
collection of excellent pictures than any single library could 
afford to possess. 

Facilities for hanging these pictures were provided in the 
Young People's room, and those exhibitions which have 
already been held have been attended by a large number of 
visitors, with apparent interest and profit. 

The following is a partial list of the sets of pictures 
already in the possession of the club : 

1. Venice. — 209 photographs. 

2. Florence. — No. 1, 159 photographs. 

3. Florence. — No. 2, 157 photographs. 

4. Rome. 

5. Oxford. 

6. Japan. 

7. Holland. 

g ^ American Amateur Photographer, New York. 

( Astronomical Observatory, Harvard University. 
9. Boston & Maine Railroad. —Views of New England Scenery. 
Photographed by Henry G. Peabody. 



196 

10. Prang Education Company Reproduction of Famous Works 

of Art. 
LI. 5 Appalachian Mountain Club. 

12. > The Sella Collection of Alpine and Caucasian Views. 

13. ) — Divided into three sets. 

14. Views of Green Mountain and Lake Champlain Scenery- 

Photographed by Henry G. Peabody. 

15. Views of Western and Southwestern Scenery. 

16. Original Drawings made for trie " Youths' Companion," Boston. 

17. Original Drawings made for " Scribner's Magazine." 

18. Platinum Prints from E. E. Soderholts, 15 India Street, Boston. 

19. Photographs of Mountain Scenery in Colorado. 

20. Newfoundland Scenery. 

21.) 

22. > Southern Pacific Railroad. — 3 sets. 
23.) 

j.-' > Original Drawings made for " Truth." — 2 sets. 

26. Helman-Taylor Prints. 

27. Engravings from John A. Lowell, Boston. 

During the year the bookcases in the main reading room 
have been adorned with .busts of eminent authors, and the 
walls of the delivery room and juvenile room have been 
hung with large and attractive pictures. The bust of Sir 
Walter Scott and the picture of the Minute Man at Concord 
were the gift of Mr. Gridley, one of the trustees. 

We regret to be obliged to record one remarkable case 
of vandalism in the use of the reference books in the adult 
reading room. A large number of beautifully illustrated 
works on natural history have been placed on the shelves to 
which all readers have free access. In the main, this 
privilege has not been abused, but a recent inspection of 
these illustrated books shows that a large number of colored 
plates have been cut out and carried off. Thus far it has 
not been possible to fix the guilt with entire certainty, but 
it is hoped that our investigations may prove successful, 
and that such punishment may be inflicted by the court as 
shall prevent any future offence of the kind. 



197 

The trees and shrubs which were set out in the spring 
have done well in spite of the extreme drought in the 
summer, and next year they will add still greater beauty to 
the grounds. 

There has been nothing in the work of the year that has 
afforded us greater pleasure than the increasing use of the 
juvenile room. It has been a source of great satisfaction to 
observe the large number of children who have frequented 
it, evidently for quiet, earnest work. When the room was 
first opened quite a proportion of the children came out of 
curiosity, and with little desire to read. The number of 
such visitors has steadily decreased, and no one can have 
observed the eager attendance of the young readers without 
feeling that they are gaining great benefit as well as enjoy- 
ment. Lists of books suitable to their use are posted up, 
and the attendant gives them such advice and directions as 
is possible in the selection of books. We feel sure that 
many of them are thus forming a taste for instructive read- 
ing, which will prove of great use to them in future years. 
At the Christmas season, Miss Adams, who has charge of 
this room, placed on exhibition there a very creditable col- 
lection of Madonnas which she had selected. The children 
seemed thoroughly to appreciate and enjoy this exhibition. 

The librarian's report shows that over 54,000 books have 
been taken out during the year, while only about 35,000 
were used during the last year that the old building was 
occupied. This large increase in circulation is a subject for 
congratulation, especially as the statistics show that the 
proportion of fiction read is slowly decreasing, which 
indicates that the Library is coming to serve a higher 
purpose than that of mere amusement. 
For the Trustees, 

HENRY B. MINER, 

Chairman. 



198 
LIBRARIAN'S REPORT. 



To the Board of Trustees : 

I herewith submit the report of the library for the year 

ending Dec. 31, 1900. The library has been open 304 days. 

Books and magazines, home circulation, 54,073 

Largest daily delivery, 392 

Smallest daily delivery, 67 

Average daily delivery, 177 

Amount received in fines and paid to Town Treasurer, $30 06 
Class per cent, of circulation : Fiction, 81.47 ; 

biography, 2.1 ; history, 2.27 ; travels. 1.49; 

miscellaneous, 9.67. 

BOOKS ADDED. 

By purchase, 865 

By donation. 25 

By periodicals bound, 62 

By Massachusetts and U. S. documents, 49 

1,001 

To replace books lost or worn out, 56 

Total increase, 945 

Books rebound, 581 

The number of periodicals for use in the reading room 
has been increased, as has also the number in the young 
people's room. 

The leading articles in the current magazines in the 
library for 1901 will be indexed, and cards for the same 
may be found in a separate tray in the card case marked 
" Index to Magazines." 

" Lamb's Biographical Dictionary of the United States," 
" The Annual Literary Index to Periodicals and Literature," 
1897—1899, and Warner's "Library of the World's Best 
Literature," have been purchased for the reading room. 
Respectfully submitted, 

ELIZABETH AINS WORTH, 

Librarian. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY FUND. 



TREASURER'S STATEMENT. 

Balance from old account, $1,491 92 

Interest on Savings Banks deposits, 15 16 

Cash received from fines, 30 06 

Hyde Park Historical Society, rent of Weld Hall to 

Jan. 1, 1901, 93 75 

$1,630 89 

Cash paid, by order of trustees : 

Alexander Duncan & Co., steam heater, new Library 

Building, $800 32 

George Howard, contractor, balance due on new Li- 
brary Building, 315 19 

$1,115 51 



Balance, deposited in Hyde Park Savings Bank, $515 38 

HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Town Treasurer. 



We, the undersigned, Auditors of the Town of Hyde Park, Mass., 
hereby certify that we have examined the statement of the Treasurer, 
Mr. Henry S. Bunton, in account with the Hyde Park Public Library, 
and find the same to be correct. 

HOWARD S. THOMPSON, 
CALVIN P. FELLOWS, 
PAUL R. RADFORD, 

Auditors of the Town of Hyde Park. 
Hyde Park, Mass., Feb. 14, 1901. 



BOOKS ADDED TO THE LIBRARY IN 1900. 



GENERAL WORKS. 
Ref. Annual Cyclopaedia. 

Ref. Fletcher, W. I. and Bowker, R. R. Annual literary 

index to periodical and general literature, 

1897-99. 
c-28-Rl Richardson, C. F. The choice of books. 

o20-S Spofford, A. R. Book for all readers. 

o28-S2 Stephens, H. M. Counsel on the reading of books. 



PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION. 

266-B Barnes, I. H. Behind the Pardah. 

290-B Barrows, J. H. Christian conquest of Asia. 

266-B1 Beach, II. P. Dawn on the hills of Tang. 

226-B Bennett, E. H. The four gospels from a lawyer's stand- 

point. 4 

266-B2 Bliss, E. M. Concise history of missions. 

2-J2-C Chadwick, J. W. and others. Women of the Bible, 

201-C3 Charbonnel, V. Victory of the will. 

240-1). 1 Dresser, H. W. In search of a soul. 

104- D Living by the spirit. 

240-D.2 Perfect whole. 

240-D Power of silence. 

240-D.8 Voices of freedom. 

240-D. 4 Voices of hope. 

204-D2.1 Drummond, H. The new evangelism. 

204-D2.2 Stones rolled away. 

170-D1 Drysdale, W". Helps for ambitious boys. 

232-EL Edersheim, A. Life and times of Jesus, the Messiah. 

2 v. 

232-F1.1 Farrar, F. W. Life of lives. 

210-F Fiske, J. Through nature to God. 

264-F Fowler, W. W. Roman festivals of the period of the 

republic. 

232-G2 Gilbert, G. H. Student's life of Jesus. 



201 

Gladden. W. How much is left of the old doctrines ? 
Ruling ideas of the present age. 

Guinness, L. E. Across India at the dawn of the twen- 
tieth century. 

Gunsaulus, F. W. Man of Galilee. 

Jones, J. L. Jess, bits of wayside gospel. 

Laurie, T. Contributions of our foreign missions to 
science and human well being. 

Leonard. D. L. Hundred years of missions. 

Mabie, H. W. Life of the Spirit. 

Maiden. O. S. Rising in the world. 

Mott, J. R. Strategic points in the world's conquest. 

Noble. F. P. Redempt'on of Africa. 2 v. 

Savage, M. J. Life beyond death. 

Shaler, N. S. The individual: a study of life and death. 

Wishart, A. W. Short history of monks and monas- 
teries. 



SOCIOLOGY. 

Arnold, S. L. Reading: how to teach it. 

Barbe VV. Going to college. 

Berais, E. W. Municipal monopolies. 

Blow, S. E. Songs and music of Friedrich Froebel's 

mother play. 
Boutwell, G. S. Crisis of the republic. 
Candee. EI. C. Hovv women may earn a living, 
Coler. B. S. Municipal government. 
Conner, J. E. Uncle Sam abroad. 
Cooke, F. J. Nature myths and stories. 
Davidson, T. History of education. 
Dutton, S. T Social phases of education in the school 

and the home. 
Eaton. A. W. College requirements in English. 
Ely, R. T. Monopolies and trusts. 
Fletcher, A. C. Indian story and song from North 

America. 
Foster, J. W. Century of American diplomacy. 
Gunton. G. Trusts and the public. 
Hardy. E. J. Mr. Thomas Atkins: a description of the 

life of the British soldier. 
King, J. M. Facing the twentieth century. 



202 

S27-L Latane, ,J H Diplomatic relations of the United States 

and Spanish America. 
331-Ll Lloyd, H. D. Country without strikes. (Arbitration 

courts of New Zealand ) 
351-L Leupp, F. E. How to prepare for a civil service exam- 

ination. 
329-M McClure, A K. Our presidents and how we make them- 

341 M Maclay, E. S. History of American privateers. 

327-M Mahan, A. T. Problem of Asia. 

374-Pl Palmer. G. H. Self-cultivation in English. 

370-Q Quick, R. H. Essays on educational reformers. 

304-Rl Reid, W. Problems of expansion. 

320-R1 Reinsch, P. S. World politics at the end of the nine- 

teenth century as influenced by the oriental 
situation. 
Ref. Report on the Census of Cuba. 

339-R Riis, J. A. Ten years war; an account of the battle 

with the slums in New York. 
342-S3 Sears, E. H. Outline of political growth in the nine- 

teenth century. 
Skinner, C. M. Myths and legends beyond our borders. 
Spears, T. R. The American Slave trade. 
Swift, h. Brook Farm : its members, scholars and 

visitors. 
Trueblood, B. F. The federation of the world. 
Washington. B. Future of the American negro. 
Willard, J. F. Tramping with tramps. 
Wilmot, S. E. Our navy for a thousand years ; principal 
operations of the British navy from the time 
of King Alfred to the recapture of Khartoum. 
330-W2 Wood, H. Political economy of natural law. 



398-S1.1 


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335-S 


341-T1 


326-W1 


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359-W2 



SCIENCE. 

537-A2 Atkinson, P. Electricity for everybody. 

J597-B Baskett, J. N. Story of the fishes. 

J599-B1 Burroughs, J. Squirrels and other fur-bearers. 

595-C2 Carpenter, G. H. Insects ; their structure and life. 

523-C Chambers, G. F. Story of Eclipses simply told. 

598-C2 Chapman, F. M. Bird studies with a camera. 

570-C Conn, H. W. Story of the living machine. 

581-Cl Coulter, J. M. Plant structures. 
581-C2 Plants. 



203 

J590-C1 Cram, W. E. Little beasts of field and wood. 

549-D1 Dana, E. S. Minerals and how to study them. rev. ed. 

572-Dl Deniker, J. The races of man. 

595-D2 Denton, S F. Moths and butterflies. 

580-DL Doubleday. N. B Nature's garden. 

598 Dl Dugmore, A. R. Bird homes. 

537-F2 Fahie, J. J History of wireless telegraphy. 

537-Gl Gay, A., and Yeaman, C. H. Introduction to the study 

of central station electricity supply. 
502-G Gray, E. Nature's Miracles— familiar talks on science. 

2 v. 
J551-H2 Harrington, M. W. About the weather. 

537-H1 Hill, G. F. Handbook of Greek and Roman coins. 

J520-H2 Holden, E. S. Stories of the great astronomers. 

509-1 lies, G. Flame, electricity and the camera. 

590-12 Ingersoll, E. Nature's calendar. 

582-K1 Keeler, H. L. Our native trees and how to identify 

them. 
584-K Knobel, E. Grasses, sedges and rushes of the United 

States. 
549-K Kunz, G F. Natal stones ; sentiment and superstition 

connected with precious stones. 
J590-L1 Lang, A. ed. Red book of animal stories. 

599-L Lange, D. Our native btrds ; how to protect them and 

attract them to our homes. 
J590-L2 Long, W. J. Ways of wood folk. 

J590-L2.1 Wilderness ways. 

J598-M3.1 Miller, O. T. Bird ways. 
J595-.M3 Morley, M. W. The bee people. 
595-M3.1 Honey-makers. 

537-M3 Munro, J. Story of electricity. 

572-M Story of the British race. 

J595-M4 Murtfeldt, M. E., and Weed, C. M. Stories of insect life. 
590-P1 Parker, T. J., and Haswell, VV. A. Manual of zoology. 

J590-P2 Pierson, C. D. Among the forest people. 

J590-P2.1 Among the meadow people. 

543-R Richards, E. H., and Woodman, A. G. Air, water and 

food 
J537-S1.1 Sloane, T. O. Electric toy making for amateurs. 
537-Sl How to become a successful electrician. 

J537-S2 St. John, T. M. How two boys made their own electrical 

apparatus. 



204 

520-T Todd, D. P. New astronomy. New ed. 

523-T Todd, M. L. Total eclipses of the sun. New ed. 

J595-W3.1 Weed, C. M. ed. Insect world. 



ARTS. 

770-A1 Abney, Sir W. DeW. Instruction in photography. 

787-A AlLeri, E. H. Violin-making as it was and is. 

Ref. Allen, F H. Great cathedrals of the world. 

J790-B1 Beard, D. C. New ideas for American boys, the Jack of 

all trades. 
781-B1 Berlioz, H. Treatise on modern instrumentation aud 

orchestration. 
J694-B Bower, J. A. How to make common things. 

781-B Broadhouse, J. Musical acoustics. 

783-Bl Buck, D. Illustration in choir accompaniment, with 

hints in registration. 
781-C Carpe, A. Grouping, articulation and phrasing in 

musical interpretation. 
751-C. Cinnini, C. Art of the old masters. 

726-D1 Dimock, A. Cathedral church of St. Paul. [Bell's 

cathedral series.] 
726-E Eley, C. R. ©athedral church of Carlisle. [Bell's 

cathedral series ] 
784-EL Ellis, A. J. Pronunciation for singers. 

780-E Elson. L. C. Curiosities of music. 

781 F Fetis, F. J. Treatise on accompaniment from score. 

787-G Gruenberg, E. Violinist's manual. 

649-H Harrison, E. Home nursing. 

785 H Henderson, VV. J. The orchestra and orchestral music. 

716-H2 Hunn, C. E., and Bailey, L. 11. Amateur's practical 

garden book. 
757-H Hur.ll, E. M. Child life in art. 

747-J Johnson, W. M. Inside of one hundred homes. 

786-K Kleczynski, J. Works of Frederic Chopin, and their 

proper interpretation. 
780-Kl Krehbiel, H. E. Music and manners in the classical 

period. 
641 Ll.l Lamed, L. H. The hostess of to day. 
782-L Lavignac, A. Music dramas of Richard Wagner. 

787 L Lehmann, G. True principles of the art of violin-playing 

786-M McArthur, A. Pianoforte study. 



205 

780-M2 Mathews, W. S. B., ed. Hundred years of music in 

America 
616-N Newman, G. Bacteria. 

781-P Pauer, E. Musical forms. 

Ref. Routledge, Robert. Discoveries and inventions of the 

nineteenth century. 
780-R1 Rowbotham, -I. F. History of music to the time of the 

Troubadours. 
785 S Schroeder, C. Handbook of conducting. 

780-Sl Schumann, R. Music and musicians; essays and 

criticisms. 
792-S.l Scott, C. Drama of yesterday and to day. 2 v. 

784-Sl Shakespeare, W. Art ot singing. 

716-S Sieveking, A. F. Gardens ancient and modern; an 

epitome of the literature of the garden-art, 

with an historical epilogue. 
759-S Singleton, E., ed. and trans. Great pictures as seen 

and described by famous writers. 
J694-W Wheeler, C. G Woodworking for beginners. 

666-W Wiley, F. B. Flowers that never fade ; Ware collection 

of Blaschka glass models in the Harvard Uni- 
versity museum. 
633-W Wilkinson, F. Story of the cotton plant 

636-W2 Winslow, H. M. Concerning cats. 



LITERATURE. 
929-B Beowulf. Sometime king of the Weder Geats. Tr. by 

W. Morris and A. J. Wyatt. 
839-Bl Brandes, G. Henrik Ibsen, Bjornstjerne Bjornson. 

Critical studies. 
811-Cll.l Carman, B. Low tide on Grand Pre. 
811-Cll By the Aurelian well. 

811-C10 Campbell, W. W. Beyond the hills of dream. 
817-C2 Clemens, S L. The man that corrupted Hadleyburg. 

808-C3 Corson, H. Voice and spiritual education. 

808-C5.1 Craig, A. H. and Gunnison, B., comp. Pieces for prize 

speaking contests. 
812-D Dugan, C. A. The king's jester and other short plays 

for smalTstages. 
811-D4.2 Dunbar, P. L. Poems of cabin and field. 
810-F Fisher, M. General survey of American literature. 

895-H Hearn, L. Shadowings. 

890-H Stray leaves from strange literature. 



206 

814-H7 Hillis, N. D. Great books as life teachers. 

807-H Hodgkins, L. M. Guide to the study of nineteenth cen- 

tury authors. 

J811-L Lowell, J. R. Poetical works. 

891-M Macdonell, A. A. History of Sanskrit literature. 

811-M3.2 Moulton L. C. At the wind's will; lyrics and sonnets. 

J808-N Norton. C. E., Ed. Heart of oak hooks, 6 v. 

821-B8.17 Porter, C. and Clarke, H. A. Browning study of pro- 
grammes. 

811-R1.1 Riley, J. VV. Home-folks. 

RIVERSIDE LITERATURE. 

J811-B1.1 Bryant, W. C. Sella, Thanatopsis and other poems. 
J825-B.1 Burke, E. Conciliation with the colonies. 
JS14.5-B.9 Burroughs, J. Birds and bees and other studies in nature. 
J821-C7.2 Coleridge, S. Rime of the ancient mariner and other 

poems. 
J824-D.14 DeQuincey, T. Flight of a Tartar tribe. 
J821-D1.1 Dryden, J- Palamon and Arcite. 
J821-G1.1 Goldsmith, O. Deserted village and other poems. 
J818-H3 Hawthorne, N. Tales of the White hills. 

Old Manse and a few mosses. 
J815-H1 Hayne, R. Y. and Webster, D. Great debate. 

J818 H2 Holmes, O. W. Grandmother's story of Bunker Hill 

battle and other verses and prose. 
J883-H.3 Homer. Iliad, Books I., VI., XXII., XXIV. Tr. by 

Pope. 
J817-I.5 Irving, W. Essays from the Sketch book. 

J811-L2.6 Longfellow, H.-W. Children's hour and other poems. 

Evangeline ; Hiawatha ; and Courtship of Miles 

Standish. 
J811-L2.3 Golden legend. 

J811-L2.8 Tales of a wayside inn. 

J811-L.3 Lowell, J. R. Vision of Sir Launfal; 

Under the old elm, and other poems. 
J821-M9 Macaulay, T. B., lord. Lays of ancient Rome. 

j82L M3.4 Milton, J. Minor poems ; Paradise lost, books I. -III. 
J883P Peabody. J. P. Old Greek folk stories told anew. 

J818-P.1 Poe, E. A. Poems and tales. 

J821-R4 Richardson, A, S. Stories from old English poetry. 

J821-S5.3 Scott, W. Lady of the lake. 



20 7 

J822.3-S.5 Shakespeare, W. Hamlet. 

j822 3-S.6 Macbeth. 

J822.3-S.7 Merchant of Venice and Julius Caesar. 

J821-T.3 Tennyson, A. Enoch Arden, The coming of Arthur and 

other poems. 

J818-T2 Thaxter, C. Stories and poems for children. 

j814 W4.3 Warner C. D A-hunting of the deer and other essays. 

J811-W1.7 Whittier, J. G. Child life; 
jsil-Wl.8 Snowbound ; Tent on the beach. 



822.3-S3 Smith, G. Shakespeare the man. 

J821 T3 Thacher, L. W. The listening child. 

814-V Van Dyke, H. Fisherman's luck. 

840 VI Vincent, L. H. Hotel de Rambouillet and the precieuses. 

891-W Waliszewski. R. History oi Russian literature. 

Ref. Warner, C. D. Library of the world's best literature. 

30 v. 

810-W2 Wendell, B. Literary history of America. 

801-W Worsfold, W. Judgment in literature. 



GEOGRAPHY, DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

914.4-A1 Allen, C. G. Paris. 

910 A3 Antin, M. From Plotzk to Boston. 

J915.2-B.1 Bacon, A. M. Japanese interior. 

914.4-B4 Baedeker, K Paris : a handbook for travellers. 

919-B2 Bancroft, H. H. The new Pacific. 

914 6 B2 Bates, K. L. Spanish highways and byways. 

915.1-B1 Bishop, I. B. Among the Tibetans. 

917.44-B2 Brown, A. E. Beneath old roof trees. 

915.1-B2 Bryson, M. I. Home life in China. 

918-C4 Carpenter, F. C. South America, social, industrial and 

political. 

J910-D1 Dana, R. H. Two years before the mast. 

914.4-D2 DeForest, K. Paris as it is. 

J919.8-D2 Du Uhaillu, P. Land of the long night [Lapland]. 

917.3 E.l Earle, A. M. Child life in Colonial days. 

917.44-G Garrett, E. H. The pilgrim snore. 

914.92-G Griffis, W. E. The American in Holland. 
9J5-G America in the East. 

914.4-H6 Harper's Guide to Paris and the exposition of 1900. 



208 

910-J2 Jacobs. J. Story of geographical discoveiy. 

916. 8- J Jessett, M. G. Key to South Africa. Delagoa bay. 

914.4-Jl Johnson C. Along French byways. 

914.2-Jl Among English hedgerows. 

j914 K2 King, C. F. Roundabout rambles in northern Europe. 

913-L1.2 Lanciani. R. Destruction of ancient Rome. 

914. 2-L Le Gallienne. Travels in England. 

910-Ml Mill. H. R. and others. International geography. 

914. 2-N Norway, A. H. Highways and byways in Yorkshire. 

916 8-P Pember, Mrs. [Roy Devereux.] Side lights on South 

Africa. 

917.291-P Pepper, C. M. Tomorrow in Cuba. 

917.28-S3 Simmons, W. E. Nicaragua Canal. 

910-S6.1 Slocum, J. Sailing alone around the world. 

917. 9-S Smythe, W. E. Conquest of arid America. 

916.8 y Younghusband, F. E. South Africa of today. 



BIOGRAPHY. 



INDIVIDUAL. 

B-A2115 Adams, C. F , jr. Charles Francis Adams. 

B N218.3 Amand, I de Saint. Napoleon III. at the height of his 
power. 

B-B198.2 Balzac, H. de. Letters to Madame Hanska, afterwards 
Madame Honore de Balzac, 1833-1846. 

B-S514.2 Bancroft F. Life of William H. Seward. 

jB D6455.1 Bowman, I. Story of Lewis Carroll [C. L. Dodgson] 
told for joung people by the real Alice in 
Wonderland. 

BK735 Brooks, N. Henry Knox. [American men of energy.] 

B H2345 Brown, A. E. John Hancock. 

JB-M191.2 Butterworth, H. Story of Magellan and the discovery of 
the Phillipines. 

B-H795 Carter, F. Mark Hopkins. 

B P2432.1 Chadwick, J. W. Theodore Parker, preacher and re- 
former. 

B-D734.2 Chesnutt, C. W. Frederick Douglas. [Beacon biog- 
raphies.] 

B-B415.2 Crowest, F. J. Beethoven. [Master musicians.] 

B-C474.2 Davis, H. W. C. Charlemagne. [Heroes of the nations ] 

B-H843.2 Elliott, S. B. Sam Houston. [Beacon biographies.] 



209 



B-P2495 
B-P1295 



B-H399.4 

B-W134.3 

B-P412.1 

B C946.3 

JB-F831 

B-G6785 ' 

B-P476 

B-L736.16 

B-W378.5 

B-C478.1 

B-H8565 

B-B873 3 

B-M621 

B-M653.1 

B-R217.1 

BR3855 

B-M3853 

jB L319 
B-01545 

JB-M662.1 

B-S7455 

B-W452.1 

B-T363.5 

B-B96S.1 

B-M8175 

B-F831.S 

B-B8855.2 
B-A933.3 

B-P147.1 

B-L161.3 
B-S955.3 



Farnham, C. H. Life of Francis Parkman. 

Fetis, F. J. Nicolo Paganini, with an analysis of hi9 
compositions, and a sketch of the^history of 
the violin. 

Fields, M. A. Nathaniel Hawthorne. [Beacon_ biogra 
phies.] 

Finck, H. T. Wagner ancThis works. 2 v. 

Fisher, S. G. True William Penn. 

Firth C. Oliver Cromwell. [Heroes of the nations.] 

Franklin, B. Autobiography. 

Gottschalk, L. M. Notes of a pianist. 

Guimps, R. tie. Pestalozzi ; his life and work. 

Hapgoocl, N. Abraham Lincoln; the man of the people. 

Hapgood, N. Daniel Webster. [Beacon biographies.] 

Hart, A. B. Salmon Porter Chase. [American States- 
men.] 

Howe, J. W. Reminiscences, 1819-1893. 

Howe, M.A. D. Phillips Brooks. [Beacon biographies.] 

Hurll, E. M. Michaelangelo. [Riverside art series.] 
Jean Francois Millet. [Riverside art series.] 
Raphael. [Riverside art series.] 
Rembrandt. [Riverside art series.] 

Jackson, A. W. James JVlartineau, a biography and 
study. 

Larcom, L. A New England girlhood. 

Love, W. De L. Samson Occom and the Christian 
Indians of New England. 

Macaulay, T B., lord. Essay on Milton. 

Macpherson, H. Spencer and Spencerism. 

Maxwell, Sir H. Life of Wellington. 2v. 

Melville, L. Life of William Makepeace Thackeray. 2 v 

Merwin, H C. Aaron Burr. [Beacon biographies.] 

Moody, W. R. Life of Dwight L. Moody. 

Morse, J. T., jr. Benjamin Franklin. [American States- 
men.] 

Orr, Mrs. S. Life and Letters of Robert BrowniDg. 2v. 

Pollock, W. H. Jane Austen, her contemporaries and 
herself. 

Sedgwick, E. Thomas Paine. [Beacon biographies.] 

Sichel, E. Household of the Lafayettes. 

Storey, M. Charles Sumner. [American statesmen.] 



210 

JBD7615 Towle, G. M. Drake the sea king of Devon. [Young 

folks' heroes of history.] 
JB-P7785 Marco Polo ; his travels and adventures. [Yo'ing 

folks' heroes of history.] 
JB-R1638 Raleigh; his exploits and adventures. [Young 

folks' heroes of historj.] 
B-L479.1 Trent, W. P. Robert E. Lee. [Beacon biographies.] 
B-C6715 Wetmore, H. C. Last of the great scouts; the life story 

of Col. W. F. Cody. [" Buffalo Bill."] 
B-A374.3 Wheeler, B. I. Alexander the Great. [Heroes of the 

nations.] 
B W8137 Wise, J. S. End of an Era. 

COLLECTED. 

J92Q-B4.1 Bolton, S. K. Famous American autkors. 

J920-B4.2 Famous American statesmen 

j920 B4.3 Famous English authors of the nineteenth century. 

J920-B4 4 Famous English statesmen of Queen Victoria's 

reign. 
J920.B4.5 Famous European artists. 

J920-B4.6 Famous givers and their gifts. 

J920-B4.7 Famous leaders among men. 

J920-B4 13 Famous leaders among women. 

J920 B4.8 Famous men of science. 

J920-B4.9 Famous types of womanhood. 

J920-B4.14 Famous voyagers and explorers. 

J920-B4.10 Lives of girls who became famous. 

j920-B4.ll Lives of poor boys who became famous. 

920 E2 Ellet, E. F. Women of the American Revolution. 2 v. 

J920-H5.1 Hale, E. E.,ed. Lights of two centuries. 

920-H11 Howitt. W. Homes and haunts of the British poets. 

Ref. Lamb, J. H., pub. Biographical dictionary of the United 

States. V. 1-3. 

920-L.7 Laughton, J. K. From Howard to Nelson. 

J920-M13 Macaulay, T. B. lord. Johnson and Goldsmith, 

J920-P1 Parton, James. Captains of industry. 2 v. 

920-W1 Ward, M. A. Prophets of the nineteenth century. 

*920 Wll Willard, F. E. and Livermore M. A woman of the 

century. 



211 
HISTORY. 

Abbott, W. J. Bluejackets of 1898. 

Allen, J. G. Topical studies in American history. 

Bearne, C. Pictures of the old French court. 

Blake, P. J. History of the people of the Netherlands. 

Vol. 2. 
Brooks, E. S. Century book of the American colonies. 

Story of the nineteenth century. 
Brown, A. E. Beside old hearthstones. 
Bryce, James, and others. Briton and Boer. 
Byington, E. H. The puritan as a colonist and reformer. 
Callahan, J. M. Cuba and international relations. 
Cloete, H. History of the great Boer trek and the origin 

of the South African republics. 
Davis, W. A. comp. Old records of the town of Fitch- 
burg, Mass... 1764-1789. 
Earle, A. M. Stage-coach and tavein days. 
Fiske, J. The Mississippi valley in the civil war. 
Fitchett, W. H. How England saved Europe : the story 

of the great war, 1793-1815. 4 v. 
Gerrare, W. Story of Moscow. [Mediaeval towns.] 
Gifford, A. H. Germany, her people and their story. 
Griflis, W. E. The mikado's empire: Japan 060 b. c — 
1890 a. d. 
973-G2 The romance of conquest. 

968-H1 Haggard, H. R. History of the Transvaal. 

946-H2 Hume, M. A. S. Modern Spain. 1788-1898. [Story of 

the nations] 

9681 Ireland, A. The Anglo-Boer conflict, its history and 

causes. 
325-1 Tropical colonization. 

974. 6-J Johnston. A. Connecticut [American Commonwealths]. 

977. 1-K King, R. Ohio [American Commonwealths], 

941-L Lang, A. History of Scotland. V 1. 

912-L7 Lamed, J.N. History of England 

933-L Latimer, E W. Judea from Cyrus to Titus, 537 b. c. 

70 A. D. 

973-M2 McMaster, J. B. History of the people of the United 

States from the revolution to the civil war. 
V. 5. 



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974.44 M 1 
974 44-M 

Ref. 

973-M5 

972.91- M 

J972.91-0 

942-0 

945-0 

973-P2 

916.2-P2 

968-P 

974 3-R 
979.4-R 
915.1-S 

918.6 S 
942-S5 
973-S6 
968- T 
951-W 
973 8 -YV 



A2165 

A358.19 
A358 17 
A358.18 

JA365.2 
A4255 
A427.5 
A4425 
A469 1 
A469.2 
j A 658.1 
A665.1 



Maiden, [MassJ. City of Maiden; public school sou- 
venir. 
Memorial of the two hundred and fiftieth anniver- 
sary of the incorporation of the town of Mai- 
den, Mass. 

Massachusetts soldiers and sailors of the revolutionary 
war. V. 7. 

Montgomery, D. H. Leading facts of American history. 

Masgrave. G. C. Under three flags in Cuba. 

Ober, F. A. Sioiied West Indies. 

Oman C. History of England. 

Orsi, P. Modern Italy. 1748-1898. 

Peck, C. H. Jacksonian epoch. 

Penfleld, F. C. Present day Egypt. 

Phillips, Mrs. F. Some South African recollections, 
f Jameson raid]. 

Robinson, R. E. Vermont [Americin commonwei'ths], 

Royce, J. California [American commonwealths]. 

Scidmore, E. R. China, the long-lived empire. 

Scruggs, W. L. Colombian and Venezuelan republics. 

Smith, G. The United Kingdom ; a political history. 

Sparks, E. E. Men who made the nation. 

Theal, A. M. South Africa. [Story of the nations]. 

Wildman, R. China's open door. 

Wilson, H. YV. Downfall of Spain; naval history of the 
Spanish-American war. 



FICTION. 



Adams, O. F. Archbishop's unguarded moment. 
Alden, I. Missent, the story of a letter. 

Yesterday framed in today. 
Alden, I. and Livingstone, C. M. By way of the wilder- 
ness. 
Aldrich, T. B. Story of a bad boy. 
Allen, C. G. B. Hilda Wade. 
Allen, J. L. Reign of law. 
Allston, M. Her Boston experience. 
Altsheler, J. A. In circling camps. 

In hostile red. 
Arabian nights, stories from. 
Arblay, F. B. Mme. d' Evelina, 2v. 



213 

Bacheller, I. Eben Holden. 
Balfour, A. Vengeance is mine. 
Bamford, M. E. Her twenty heathen. 
Bangs, J. K. Booming of Acre Hill. 

The enchanted typewriter. 

The idiot at home. 
Banks, C. S. and Cook, C. C. In Hampton Roads. 
Barlow, J. From the land of the shamrock. 
Barnes, J. Drake and his yeomen. 
Barr, A. E. H. Maid of Maiden Lane. 

Trinity bells. 
Barr, R. In the midst of alarms. 

Jennie Baxter, journalist. 
Barrett, W. and Barron, E. In old New York. 
Barrie, J. M. Tommy and Grizel. 
Barry, W. Arden Massiter. 
Barton, W. E. Pine Knot. 
Baskett, James N. As the light led. 
Bates 4 A. Love in a cloud. 
Beard, S. M. and others. Idyls of the lawn. 
Bell, L. [Mrs A. H. Bogue] Under side of things. 
Bellamy, E. Duke of Stockbridge. 
Benson, E. F. Princess Sophia. 
Benton, K. A. Geber, a tale of the reign of Ha"run al 

Raschid, Khalif of Baghdad. 
Besant, W. Alabaster box. 

The fourth generation. 
Best, 6. A. Home of Santa Claus. 
Blanchard, A. E. Daughter of freedom. 

Her very best. 

Miss Vanity. 

Revolutionary maid. 

Sweet little maid. 
Blundell, Mrs. M. E. [M. E. Francis.] 

Yeoman Fleetwood. 
Bouve, P. C. Their shadows before. 
Brady, C. T. For the freedom of the sea. 

Grip of honor. 

Reuben James, a hero of the forecastle. 
Brooks, A. Randy's Summer. 
Brooks, E. S. Godson of Lafayette. 

In defense of the flag:. 



214 

JB873.8 Brooks, E. S. In blue and white. 

JB873.9 On Wood Cove island. 

JB873.10 With Lawton and Roberts. 

B877 L Brown, Alice. Tiverton tales. 

B8772 Brown, C. Knights in fustian. 

JB8785 Brown, J. Rab and his friends. 

JB8787 Brown, K. L. Alice and Tom. 

JB8825 Browne, F. Granny's wonderful chair. 

jB894 Brun, S. J. Tales of Lanquedoc. 

B938 Bullock, S. F. The Barrys. 

B961.14 Burnett, F. H. In connection with the De Willoughby 
claim. 

JB988.9 Butterworth, H In the days of Jefferson. 

01868 Camp, W. and Brooks, L. Drives and puts. 

C1875 Campbell, F. Camp Arcady. 

C275.22 Carey, R. N. Life's trivial round. 

C275.23 Rue with a difference. 

JC311.1 Carr, A. Little daughter of the revolution. 

C9138 Carruth, H. Mr. Milo Bush and other worthies. 

C3535.3 Castle, A. and E. Bath comedy. 

C3535.1 Pride of Jennico. 

C3535.2 Castle, E. Light of Scarthey. 

C446.3 Chambers, R. W. Conspirators. 

JC449.9 Champney, E. W. Anneke, alittle dame of New Neth- 
erlands. 

0449.8 Patience, a daughter of the Mayflower. 

JC5156 Cheever, H. Little American girl in India. 

JC5415 Chipman W. P. Young minuteman. 

C5245 Chestnut, C. W. Conjure woman. 

C'245.1 Wife of his youth. 

JC5355 3 Child, F. S. Little dreamer's adventure. 

C5355.2 Unknown patriot. 

C547.1 Cholmondeley, M. Diana Tempest. 

C547 Red pottage. 

C5636 Churchill, W. L. S. Savrola. 

C5935 Clark, K. U. White butterflies. 

JC599.35 Clarke, R. [Sophie May.] Jimmy, Lucy and all. 

JC611.5 Clarke, S. J. [Penn Shirley.] Boy Donald. 

JC611.4 Happy Six. 

JC611.3 Young master Kirke. 

C7185 Coloma, L. Currita, a countess of Albernoz. 

C7528 Connor, R. pseud for C. W. Gordon. Black rock. 

C7528.1 Sky pilot. 



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C766.1 Converse, F. Burden^of Christopher. 

JC777 12 Cooper, J. F. Last of the Mohicans. 

C7855 Coppee, F. Tales for Christmas and other seasons. 

C886.3 Craigie, P. R. [J. O.Hobbes.] Robert Orange. 

C891.5 Crane, S. Monster and other stories. 

C891.6 Whilomville stories. 

C891.7 Wounds in the rain. 

C899.30 Crawford, F. M. In the palace of the king. 

C938.18 Crockett, S. R. Isle of the winds. 

G938.17 Joan of the sword hand. 

C938.19 Stickit minister's wooing. 

C9492 Crosby, E. T. With the south sea folk. 

JD221.1 Darling, M. G. In the world. 

JD221 We four girls. 

D2295 1 Daskam, J. D. Sister's vocation. 

D2295 Smith college stories. 

D263 Davis, M. E. M. Queen's garden. 

D265 Davis, W. S. Friend of Caesar. 

D272 Dawson, A. J. Stoiy of Ronald Kestral. 

JD548 3 Dickens, C. Christmas carol ; Cricket on the hearth. 

JD619 Dix, B. M. Soldier Rigdale. 

D6194 Dix, E. A. Deacon Bradbury. 

JD733.36 Douglas, A. M. Little girl in old Washington. 

D754.21 Doyle, A. C. Green flag. 

Firm of Girdlestone. 

JD922.2 Dunn, B. A. Battling for Atlanta. 

JD923 Dunn, M. B. Memory .street. 

JE295.3 Eggleston, G. C. Last of the flatboats. 

E435 Elizabeth and her German garden. 
E435.1 Solitary Summer. 

jEi7.39 Ellis, E. S. Blazing Arrow. 
JE47.35 Dorsey, the young inventor. 

JE47.34 Iron Heart, war chief of the Iroquois, 

j E47.36 Secret of Coffin island. 

E535 Embree, C. F. Dream of a throne. 

JF4525 1 Field, C. L. Nannie's happy childhood. 

F4885 Filon, A. Garrick's pupil. 

JF689.6 Foote, M. H. Little fig-tree stories. 

JF6987 Ford, Mrs. G. King Pippin. 

F7115.3 Ford, P. L. Janice Meredith. 

F7845 Fowler, E. H. Corner of the West. 

F785.2 Fowler, E. T. The Farringdons. 



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JF8428.1 

F9113 

F966.4 

G1625 

G4494 

G4873 

G5485.1 

JG624 

JG6632.2 

G6765 

G7628 10 

G767 

G767.1 

G767.2 

JG7835 

JG8525 

JG8645 

JG8685 

H145.16 

H1535 

JH161 9 

H178.1 

JH223 3 

H2835 

HSU. 10 

H314 11 

H318 10 

H327.22 

H393.8 

H393.9 

H393.10 

H393 11 

H3985 .6 

JH399.13 

JH399.10 

JH399.12 

H451.24 

j H4775 

JH527.65 

JH527.66 

j H527.67 



Frazer, W. A. Mooswa and others of the boundaries. 

Friedman, I. K. Poor people. 

Fuller, H. B. Last refuge ; a Sicilian romance. 

Gallaher, G. M. Vassar stories. 

Gibson, C. D. My lady and Allan Darke. 

Gilman B. Parsonage porch. 

Glasgow, E. Voice of the people. 

Goldsmith, O. Vicar of Wakefield. 

Gordon, H. R, Red Jacket, the last of the Senecas. 

Goss, C. F. Redemption of David Corson. 

Grant, R. Unleavened bread. 

Gras, F. Reds of the Midi, [French revolution.] 

Terror. [French revolution.] 

White terror [French revolution.] 
Graydon, W. M, In the days of Washington. 
Griffis, W. E. Pathfinders of the revolution. 
Grimm, J. L. K. and W. K. German household tales. 
Grinnell, G. B. Jack among the Indians. 
Haggard, H. R. Elissa, the doom of Zimbabwe ; Black 

Heart and White Heart, a Zulu idyll. 
Hains, T. J. Wind-jammers. 
Hale, E. E. Man without a country. 
Hall, R. Black gown. 
Hamlen, M. S. Nan's Chicopee children, 
Harland, H. Cardinal's snuff box. 
Harris, J. C. Chronicles of Aunt Minervy Ann. 

On the wing of occasions. 
Harrison, C. C. Circle of a century. 
Harte, B. From sand hill to pine. 
Hawkins, A. H. Captain Dieppe. 

Heart of princess Osra. 

Indiscretion of the duchess. 

Quisante. 
Hawthorne, J. and others. One of those coincidences. 
Hawthorne, N. Little D;iffydowndilly and other stories. 

Twice told tales. 

Wonder-book for girls and boys. 
Hector, A. F. [Mrs. Alexander.] Thro 1 fire to fortune. 
Hellis, N. Little king Davie. 
Henty, G. A. In the Irish brigade. 

Out with Garibaldi. 

With Buller in Natal. 



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H566.1 HerrickR. Web of life. 

H612.2 Hewlett M. Life and death of Richard. 

Yea-and-Nay. 

JH6365 Higginson, M. T. Room for one more. 

H8383 Hough E. Girl at the half-way house. 

JH8515 Howard, O. O. Donald's school days. 

H859.27 Howells, W. D. Their silver wedding journey. 

JH8943 Hughes, R. Dozen from Lakerim. 

JH961 Hurd, G. M. Bennett twins. 

H9825 Hutten, Barroness von. Miss Carmiehael's conscience. 

JJ125 1 Jackson, G. E. Pretty Polly Perkins. 

J275.16 James, H. Soft side. 

J56.3 Jerome, J. K. Three men in a boat. 
J56.4 Three men on wheels. 

J663.1 Johnson, Mrs. C. Earning her way to college. 
J663 Her college days. 

JJ725 Johnston, A. F. Two little knights of Kentucky. 

J73.1 Johnston, M. To have and to hold. 

J745.3 Jokai, M. Poor plutocrats. 

JJS22 Jordan, D. S, Book of knight and Barbara. 

jK.14.25 Kaler, J. O. Captain Tom, the privateersman of the 

armed brig Chasseur. 
JK14.28 Lobster catchers. 

JK14.26 Off Santiago with Sampson. 

JK14.23 When Dewey came to Manila. 

JK14.24 With Perry on Lake Erie. 

JK14.27 With the swamp fox. 

K275.4 Keightley, S. R. Heronford. 

K52.22 King, C. Ray's daughter. 

K835 Kopta, Mrs. F. P. Forestman of Vimpek. 

K89.3 Krause, F. [B. Yechton.] Fortune's boats. 
K89.2 Young savage. 

L174.2 Lagerlof, S. Invisible links. 

L7245 Lighton, W. P. Sons of strength. 

L729.7 Lillie, L. C. Margaret Thorpe's trial 

L7374.2 Lincoln, J. G. Pretty Tory. 

L8473 London. J. Son of the wolf. 

jL8825.ll Lothrop, H. M. S. [M. Sidney.] Adventures of Joel 

Pepper. 
L8825.10 Judge's cave. 

JL8995 Lovell, L. Walcott twins. 

L9885 Lynde, F. Helpers. 



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M1175 McAulay, A. Rhymer. 

M1353 MacDonald, R. Sword of the King. 

M153.8 Mackay, M. [Marie Corelli] . Boy: a sketch. 

M153.7 Master Chrisiian. 

M2826 Mann, R. Prelude and the Play. 

M212 4 Magruder, J. Manifest destiny. 

M367.1 1 Marshall E. Good hearted girl. 

M398 Mason, A. E. W. Miranda of the balcony. 

M398.1 Mason, A. E. W. and Lang. A. Parson Kelley 

M438.8 Matthews, J. B. Action and the word. 

M678.6 Miss Toosey's Mission, author of Rob and Kit. 

M681.6 Mitchell, S. W. Autobiography of a quack. 

M681.7 Dr. North and his friends. 

JM719.10 Molesworth, M. L. Old pincushion. 

jM719.ll Three witches. 

M881 Morrison, M. G. Sea-farers. 

M8835 Morrow, W. C. A man ; his work. 

JM927.3 Moulton. L. C. Four of them. 

M9665 Munn, C. C. Pocket island. 

JM968.19 Munro, E. K. Brethren of the coast. 

N855 Norris, F. Blix. 

J0985 Oxley, J. M. Fire and drum at Louisbourg. 

JP1335.7 Page, T. N. Santa Claus's partner. 

P239.ll Parker, G. Lane that had no turning. 

P2935 Pasture, Mrs. H. de la. Adam Grigson. 

P395.6 Pemberton, Max. Feo. 

P395.7 Footsteps of a throne. 

P3975 Pendered, M. L. Michael Rolf, Englishman. 

JP4126 Penn, R. Cherriwink. 

JP4643.6 Perry, N. That little Smith girl. 

JP564 Phillips, W. S. Just about a boy. 

JP5645.2 Phillpotts, E, Human boy. 

JP738.8 Plympton, A. G. Child of glee. 

JP738.5 Flower of the wilderness. 

JP738.7 Little Olive the heiress. 

JP738.6 Rags and velvet gowns. 

P821.16 Pool, M. L. Meloon farm. 

P868 • Potter, M. H. Uncanonized. 

P8715 Potwin, Mrs. H. R. Ruby Duke. 

JP9155 Pratt, M. L. Stories of colonial children. 

jP91(i Pratt, M. E. Rhoda Thornton's girlhood. 

JP9965 Pyle, K. Christmas angel. 



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Q752 Quinn, A. II. Pennsylvania stories. 

R2395 Ran, H. The tone king ; a romance of the life of Mozart. 

JR263.4 Ray, A. C Phebe ; her profession. 

JR268.2 Raymond, E. Daughter of the West. 

JR268 -i Story of Delight. 

R268.3 Sun maid. 

JR324.1 Reed, H. L. Brenda, her school and her club. 

R3325.1 Reeves, H. B. M. Loveley Malincourt. 

JR516.13 Richards, L. E. Peggy. [Sequel to Margaret Montfort.] 

JR516.18 Rita. 

JR516.17 Snow-white. 

R644.2 Roberts, C. G. D. By the marshes of Minas. 

R644.3 Heart of the ancient wood. 

R6405 Robertson, H. Red blood and blue. 

JR6592 Robinson, E. Little daughter of liberty. 

R664.2 Robinson, R. E. Danvis pioneer. 

JR6993 Roe, N. A. M. Two little street singers. 

R738.7 Rohlfs, A. K. G. [A. K. Green.] Circular study. 

JR9565 Ruskin, J. King of the Golden river and other wonder 

stories. 

S1295 Sage, W. Robert Tournay, a romance of the French 

revolution. 

JS1935 Samuels, A. F. Daisy Travers. 

JS257.1 Saunders, M. Beautiful Joe. 

S427.10 Scott, H. S. [H. S. Merri'man.] Isle of unrest. 

5427.9 Suspense. 
JS431.14 Scott, W. Ivanhoe. 

JS436.5 Scudder, H. E. Fables and folk stories. 

JS412.8 Seawell, M. E. Decatur and Somers. 

5442.10 House of Egremont. 

JS442.9 Lively adventures of Gavin Hamilton. 

S524 Shackleton, R. Toomey and others. 

S5545.1 Sherwood, M. Henry Worthington, idealist. 

S572.12 Sienkiewicz, H. Knights of the cross. 2 v. 

S632.1 Sleight. M. B. Island heroine. 

S647.5 Smith, F. H. Other fellow. 

S6543.4 Smith, L. T. M. [L. T. Meade.] Plucky girl. 

S6552.1 Smith, M. C. Mary Paget. 

jS6f.5 10 Smith, M. P. W. Young and old Puritans of Hatfield. 

S6555 Smith, N. A. Under the cactus flag. 

JS6715 Snedden, G. S. Docas. 

S7895.3 Stannard, E. V. [J. S. Winter.] Name to conjure with. 



2'20 



S7895.5 Stannard, E. V. [J. S. Winter.] Self-made countess. 

S813.6 Steele, F. A. Hosts of the Lord. 

S813.5 Voices in the night. 

S835.1 Stephens, R. N. Philip Winwood. 

S846.1 Stephens, S. Sword of Justice. 

5866.26 Stockton, F. R. Afield and afloat. 

5866.27 Bicycle ot Cathay. 
JS869 17 Stoddard, W. O. Noank's log. 

JS898.13 Stratemeyer, E. Between Boer and Britain. 

JS898.9 Campaign of the jungle. 

JS898.10 Last cruise of the Spitfire. 

JS898.8 Minute boys of Bunker Hill. 

JS898.14 On to Pekin. 

jS898.ll Reuben Stone's discovery. 

JS898.12 True to himself. 

S9325.5 Stuart, Mrs. R. M. Holly and Pizen, and other stories. 

JS9725 Swan, M. E. Daisy, the autobiography of a cat. 

JS9775 Swift, J. Gulliver's travels; Lilliput and Brobdingnag. 

JT1745 Tappan, E. M. In the days of Alfred the Great. 

T1878 Tarkington, B. Gentleman from Indiana. ■ 

T244.1 Taylor, M. I. Cardinal's musketeer. 

T244 House of the Wizard. 

T4613 Thomas, R. Kinship of souls. 

T4675 Thompson, A. E. Beck's fortune. 

JT4695.1 Thompson, E. S. Biography of a grizzly. 

JT469.3 Trail of the sand hill stag. 

T4745 Thompson. M. Alice of old Vincennes. 

JT5454 Thurston, I. T. Bishop's shadow. 

JT659.15 Tomlinson, E. T. Camping on the St. Lawrence. 

jl'659.17 House boat on the St. Lawrence. 

JT659 16 In the hands of the redcoats. 

JT659.14 Jersey boy in the revolution. 

T761.1 Tracy, L. American empress; story of the fourth em- 
pire of France. 

JT8665 True, J. P. Scouting for Washington. 

V129.2 Vaile, C. M. Wheat and huckleberries 

V2855.1 Van Zile, E. S. With sword and crucifix. 

W174.7 Walford, L. B. Sir Patrick; the paddock. 

W2155 Walloth, W. Empress (Jctavia, a romance of the reign 
of Nero. 

W261.7 Ward, Mrs H. Eleanor. 2 v. 

W2775.2 Warman, C. Short rails. 



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W3795 Webster, H. K. Banker and the bear. 

W453L1 Wells, D. D. His lordship's leopard. 

jWolo.7 Wesselhoeft, L. F. Doris and her dog Rodney. 

j Wo 15. 6 Madam Mary of the Zoo. 

W549.13 Weyman, S. J. Sophia. 

W5535.1 Wharton E. Touch stone. 

JW583.6 White, E. O. Ednah and her brothers. 

W5815 White, H. Differences. 

W5865 White. P. West end. 

W5935.1 Whiteing, R. The island. 

W685.12 Wilkins, M. E. Hearts highway. 

W685.ll Love of parson Lord. 

W817.1 Wister, O. Jimmyjohn boss. 

W843 Woerner, J. G. Rebel's daughter. 

JW9375 Wotton, M. E. J ittle Browns. 

JVV952.1 Wright, M. O. Wabeno the magician. 

Z2y5.4 Zangwill, I. Mantle of Elijah. 

Z295.3 They that walk in darkness. 



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FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



Board of Sewer Commissioners 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY. ji, 1901 




HYDE PARK: 

Press of The Hyde Park Gazette, 

1901. 



ORGANIZATION. 



DAVID PERKINS, Chairman. 
WILLIAM U. FAIRBAIRN. CHARLES HALEY. 



RICHARD M. JOHNSON, Clerk. 



A. D. NICKERSON, Engineer. 
GEORGE A. KIMBALL, Consulting Engineer. 



BOARD OF SEWER COMMISSIONERS' 
REPORT. 



To the Citizens of Hyde Park : 

Your Board of Sewer Commissioners is pleased to report 
that they have had the services of the same engineers as in 
the previous year, — Mr. A. D. Nickerson as engineer to 
the Board and Mr. George A. Kimball, member of the 
Metropolitan Sewer Commission, as consulting Engineer. 

By vote of the Town in Town Meeting of June 22, 1898, 
a loan of $100,000 for the construction of sewers was auth- 
orized in pursuance with Chapter 287, Acts of 1896. Your 
Board have to report that they have not yet taken steps to 
issue the bonds provided for under that]Act, and that the 
necessity of a vote therefor did not arise during the year 
past; but that such issue will duly be made when needed. 

Under the supervision of your Board there has been ex- 
pended for the year ending January 31st, 1901, $19,138.29 
as per vouchers on file and exhibited in table No. 1, an- 
nexed to this report. Sewer assessments have been com- 
puted, and bills amounting to $9,912.02 have been duly 
rendered as each street sewered was available for use. The 
value of stock on hand is $3,202.45 as shown in table No. 2, 
annexed to this report. 

Your Board reports in its fourth annual report the con- 
struction of 8,394 feet of sewers. The average depth has 
been 9 feet 5 inches ; the average size has been 8 inches. 

The details of that construction are exhibited in the fol- 
lowing table : 



226 
SEWERS CONSTRUCTED IN 1900. 



SEC, 
4 



Neponset Ave. ' 
5 Huntington Ave. 

5 Low level sewer. 

5 Park St. 
5 

5 Arlington St. 



Summit St. 
Sta. 3-90. 

Huntington Ave. 

Low level. 

Pari; St. 



5 Hyde Park Ave. Arlington St. 



5 



West St. 

Dell Ave. 

Metropolitan Ave. 
Westminster St. 
Central Ave. 
Station St. 



Hv.le Park Ave. 



Safford St. 
Metropolitan Ave. 
Page St. 
Fairmount Ave. 

Total length, 



St.-'. 18-2P. 

Low level sewer. 

Park St. 

Westminster St. 
Arlington St. 
Hyde Park Ave. 
Central Ave. 

West to sec. 2. 

To summit east. 
To summit south. 



To summit sec. 
To Park St. 
Arlington St. 
East. 



, C IZE. 

8 in. 

12 in. 

\ 12 in. 

( 10 in. 

6 in. 
10 in. 
lo in. 

S in. 
I 10 in. 
) Sin. 
\ 6 in. 
I S in. 

8 in. 
S 6 in. 
'( Sin. 

S in. 

Sin. 

8 in. 
10 in. 



ft. 
275 
42 



Av. 

th d'pth 

ft. 

9.0 

16.0 



124 
373 
233 
523 



322 
238 

464 

1600 
700 
493 
160 



8.5 

8.5 
12.5 
12.0 
10.0 

11.0 

9.0 

85 

S.O 

9.3 
9.0 
8.0 
9.8 



S394 feet. 
1.59 miles. 
13.56 " 



Previously reported, 

Total construction to date, 15.15 miles. 

The unfinished construction at the time of the last annual 
report was in the Page" street area, section 5. It was 
deemed wise after due consideration, to include in this con- 
tract portions of Metropolitan avenue, Central avenue, and 
Arlington street, in order that the section might be more 
economically completed. The trunk line of this area is con- 
structed with a sub-drain from the corner of Park and Arl- 
ington streets to the Neponset river, into which the sub- 
drain discharges, at a point opposite the Butler school. 
For the greater part of the distance the size of the sub-drain 
is 8 inches. It has completely drained the brook and low b 
lands lying between Huntington avenue and Central ave- 1 
nue, preventing any infiltration of ground water into the i 
sewer, and incidentally rendering the low land healthier fori 
dwelling houses and otherwise improving the sanitary con- 
dition of this troublesome district. 

Complete settlements have been made and deeds in fee 
executed to the Town of Hyde Park for the entire taking 



227 

referred to in the last report. These and all other deeds 
were delivered to the Town Treasurer as the proper custo- 
dian. The surplus sewer excavation from this entire 
section has been placed within the limits of. the taking to 
be utilized in future street construction. Twenty three 
house connections have been made in this area and a number 
of others are expected in the Spring. A well belonging to 
F. E. Caller on Huntington avenue was drained and claim 
for damage was made by him. Following the precedent 
already established, the Board, made a settlement by paying 
cost of introducing town water into the house. 

In February the Board was petitioned to have the sewer 
in Neponset avenue extended. Upon investigation this 
appeared to be urgently necessary. A satisfactory bid was 
submitted by Patrick Rooney and he was awarded the 
contract. The sewer was completed in March and two 
connections have been made. A similar proceeding was 
enacted in reference to a sewer in Station street. After a 
hearing on the matter a sewer was ordered for that part of 
Station street north of Fairmount avenue. Construction 
was finished December 10, and three buildings have been 
connected. 

Early in the year a request was made for a sewer in 
Beacon street, between the Town line and Metropolitan 
avenue. Plans and estimates were therefore made. This 
portion of Beacon street must necessarily be drained 
through Metropolitan avenue and Erie street to the river 
crossing at the foot of Milton avenue, requiring the con- 
struction of a long outlet in front of vacant land for a short 
section of street served. It was deemed inexpedient to lay 
this sewer this year. A sewer in this part of the Town is, 
however, very much needed and should be constructed in 
the near future. 

In June advantage was taken of the low stage of the river 



228 

for another and successful attempt to remove the coffer-dam 
left in at the time of the construction of the river crossing. 
The water was so shallow that the cost of removal was small. 
No apparent obstruction now remains at this point. 

In August the Board authorized the Engineer to prepare 
a set of permanent record plans, to replace the worn out 
working drawings in temporary use as record plans. Time 
not needed on other work has been spent on these plans. 
They are drawn with a great deal of care and will constitute 
complete records of construction, assessments and house 
connections. 

The large wall map prepared by Percy M. Blake for the 
Committee on Sewerage in 1896 has been revised and 
brought up to date, by showing thereon, in a different color, 
all sewers and manholes constructed ; also uew streets, park 
lands and the location of the High Level Gravity Sewer, 
now under construction. 

As stated in the last ^annual report, the High Level 
Sewer affords more economical drainage for the Clarendon 
Hills area, and the district knonvn as Holmfield. The 
Bradlee street sewer referred to in the Committee's report 
of 1896 as "The most expensive sewer which the Town will 
be called upon to construct" and which would have been 
necessary to convey the Clarendon Hills sewerage to the 
Metropolitan Sewer in East River street, will not need to 
be built. The Clarendon Hills main will discharge directly 
into the High Level, near where Bradlee street crosses 
Stony Brook. 

In the Holmfield district an intercepting sewer can now 
be constructed along the Park lands near the river, into 
which the sewers of Holmfield will drain. The slopes of 
the sewers and of the streets will be in the same, instead of 
opposite directions ; a more economical arrangement. It 
will be unnecessary to build a deep sewer in River street, 



229 
which is largely ledge. The economy here has not been 
estimated, but is believed to be considerable. The Com- 
missioners appointed by the Supreme Judicial Court, to 
apportion the costs of the South Metropolitan System upon 
each city and town in the system, fixed upon 2.52 percent 
as Hyde Park's proportion of the cost of said system, aud 
5.75 per cent of the cost of maintenance. 

Below are given the comparative costs to the town, both 
with and without the High Level Sewer : — 

Cost of Nepouset Valley Sewer to June 1, 1900, 1852,873 
Of which Hyde Park, was to pay 18.13 per cent, or 154,625 
Cost of South Metropolitan system, i. e. : 
Neponset Valley Sewer, . . . $852,873 
Charles River Valley Sewer, . . 789,134 

High Level Sewer (estimated), . . 4.60J.OO:) 

Total, . . • . . . . $6,242,007 
Of which Hyde Park is to pay 2.52 per cent, or . $157,298 

Deduct, 154,625 

Extra assessment for High Level Sewer, . . . $2,673 

Estimated cost of Brad lee Street Sewer saved to the 

town, about . . . . ' . . . 60,000 

Difference in favor of Hyde Park, about . . $57,327 

Id other words the construction of the High Level Sewer 
means an ultimate saving to the Town of $57,327 in the 
Clarendon Hills area, and a future saving in Holmfield. 

With the High Level Sewer in operation, discharging by 
gravity, the large rentals now paid the city of Boston for 
the use of its sewers, will no longer be necessary. Conse- 
quently the cost of maintenance of the South Metropolitan 
System will be reduced. These facts have been brought to 
light by this department and are herewith presented for 
the edification of those interested. 

HOUSE CONNECTIONS. 
One hundred and two house connections, aggregating 
4757 feet in length have been made the past year. The 



230 

total number made is 420, total length 21,400 feet. This 
work is done under the strict supervision of the Board, as 
heretofore, upon application by the owners, and gives gen- 
eral satisfaction. The average cost is 60 cents per lineal 
foot. 

Statistics relating to this work are presented again this 
year, duly revised : — 

Population of Hyde Park, 13,250 

Population of the sewered area, about . . . . 9,000 
Total number of dwellings, stores and public buildings, 2,475 
Number of dwellings, stores and public buildings with- 
in the sewered area, 1,380 

Total number of house connections, .... 420 

Number of dwellings, stores, etc., sewered, . . . 642 

Number of people contributing to the sewers, about . 3,200 

The number of people making use of the sewer system is 
far less than it should be if the most sanitary condition of 
the comunity is desired. The cost of a sewer connection is 
less than it is commonly Supposed to be. It is urged that 
the citizens give this matter the serious attention it merits. 

The work done at Readville in 1898, under contract with 
the Boston Construction Company, was finished by this 
department. The Construction Company unnecessarily 
and unreasonably delayed the progress of the work, and 
an order from them was secured for the Towu to finish the 
contract, at the expense of the Construction Company. A 1 
payments due on this contract have now been adjusted, and 
it is found that the Company is in debt to the Town. Ai 
demand has recently been made upon their sureties, The ( 
American Surety Compauy of New York, to reimburse the 
Town to the extent of the indebtedness. 

In the construction of this sewer under the grade cross- 
ing improvements considerable extra expense was entailed, 
on account of these improvements. A demand was made 
upon the Auditor to have this extra expense charged to the 



231 

account of the improvements, as being incidental thereto. 
Objection was made, however, by the Commonwealth, and 
the Auditor has not allowed the bill. 

For the relief of the railroad repair shops," 1 now being 
built at Readville, the railroad company proposes to con- 
struct a private sewer, under supervision by this depart- 
ment, and enter the Town sewer at the depot square in 
Readville. If there is a prospect of many buildings being 
erected in the Readville Pinehurst district, the coming year, 
it may be good policy to construct the sewers there before 
the completion of the houses, thus avoiding the necessity 
and expense of any more filthy cess-pools. It also seems 
advisable to extend the Hyde Park avenue sewer from the 
Readville station to the trotting park, £with a lateral in 
Wolcott street to the Hemenway school ; also the main 
sewer in Damon and Readville streets to afford possible 
connection for the Damon school. Sewers are yet needed 
in other streets in various sections of the town. None 
will be available in the Clarendon Hills or Austin street 
districts until after the High Le'vel |Sewer is completed. 
While no direct communication has been received by this 
Board from the Metropolitan Park Commissioners, it is 
known that they desire a sewer in Easton avenue, and 
other streets, in order that they may take steps to reduce 
the pollution of the Neponset river in Hyde Park. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DAVID PERKINS, 
WM.U. FAIRBAIRN, 
CHARLES HALEY, 

Board of Sewer Commissioners of The Town of Hyde Park. 

Feb. 1, 1901. 







Vouch, 


1900 




No. 


Jan. 


20. 


636. 



232 

TABLE NO. 1. 

LISTfcOF BILLS AND AMOUNTS PAID. 



Frank H. Burtjfor reports; of testimony and ar- 

gumems„Dec. 6, ;1899, in^case of Washburn 

and others against inhabitants of Hyde Park. 

lSJoSjWords at 35c, $137 75,. '1-2 of which is $68 77 

For attendance Jan. 20, 1900, before C. A. 

Williams, auditor in sewer cases, 5 00 



73 77 



" 8. 637. Jeannette Soule for 1-2 hearing Town of Hyde 
Park sewer cases, Washburn and others. 

69,748 words and 2 carbons at 35c, $244-12; 1-2, 122 06 

Feb. 28. 638. Hyde Park Water Co.] For water for flushing sewer 
in sundry streets, May, Aug. and Dec. 1899. 
150,800 gals. atjlOc, special, $15 08 

Attendance, 32 12 hours at 40c, 13 00 

" " 639. S. B. Balkam & Co., 2 1-2 in., 5 in. and 8 in. pipe, 
" 'i. " 640. R. M. Johnson, services as asst. engineer, 
" " 6il. " " clerk, 

cash paid A. Raymon 1, carriage hire, 

" car faresjto Dedham, 

•' W. F. Dodge, care of room, 

" Carter, Rice & Co., envelopes, 

" " sponge, 

" " postage stamps, 

Mar. 1. 642. C. G. Norris, service*, asst. eng. 23 ds. at $3.50, 
" " 643. A. D. Nickerson, services, engineer, 1 mo. 
cash paid tor typewriting, 
" towel supply, 

" " 644. John Stack, putting in sill cock, house N». 714 

Hyde Park ave., for loss of well, $5 00 

water tax on same to Dec. 27, 1899, 1 80 

" " 645. George A. Smith, services, inspector 3ds. at $3, 
Mar. 7. 646. Patrick Rooney, amt. paid on acct. contract for 
sewer in Neponset, avenue, 

" 9. 647. P. H. Rooney, contract No. 3, paid on acct. esti- 

mate No. 6, 

" 15. 648. Frost & Adams Co., 1 roll 42-in. tracing cloth, 
1 blue.print, 

" 31. 649. S. B. Balkam & Co., 500 it. 8 in. pipe at 45c, 
less 65 per cent., 
1 8x8 T,2$2.03, less 65 per cent 

" " 650. R. M. Johnson, services, clerk, 1 mo., 

cash paid W. F. Dodge, care of room, 
" D. J. Gray, rubber stamp, 

" " 651. R. M. Johnson, services, asst. eng., 






28 08 




22 83 




50 00 


$f0 00 




75 




10 




5 00 




1 40 




05 




4 50 






61 80 
80 50 




$175 00 




2 00 




1 00 





178 00 





9 00 




100 00 




361 56 


$8 40 




26 


8 66 


$78 75 




71 


79 46 


$50 00 


5 00 




35 


55 S5 



233 



Vouch. 
1900. No. 



" 


653. 


" 


654. 


9. 


655. 


>4. 


656. 



Apr. 2. 652. A. D. Nickerson, services, chief eng., 
cash paid for towel supply, 
arnt. pd. Mrs. Eastwood as per agreement 
of Dec. 27, 1899, Tor loss ©f well, 

C. G. Norris, services asst. eng., 27 ds. at $3.50, 
P. H. Rooney, contract No. 3, amt. paid on acct. 

estimate No. 7, sec. 5, 
P. Rooney, paid on acct. estimate No. 4, sec. 4, 
Hyde Park Water Co., use of water from A.pr. 

1, 1900, to Apr. 1, 1901, in flush tank on Lor- 

ing street, 

same for flush tank on Gordon avenue, 

*'■ 30. 657. R. M. Johnson, services asst. eng. 1 mo., 
" 660. " " clerk " 

cash paid W. F. Dodge, care of room, 
" Corson Ex. Co., 

" Buff & Burger, repair of transit, 

" 658. S. B. Balkam & Co., 100 ft. 4 in. pipe atSc, 
240 ft. 5 in. pipe at 10c, 
490 ft. 8 in. pipe at 15 3-4c, 

May 1. 659. A. D. Nickerson, services, chief engineer, 
cash paid towel supply, 
" expenses, 
" car fares, 
" repairing grade pole, 

" " 661, George A. Smith, services, insp., 7 ds. at $3, 

" 662. C. G. Norris, services asst. eng. 2"4 ds. at $3.50, 
" 7. 663. P. Rooney, assignee, cash paid on acct. estimate 

No. 8, sec. 5, 1,132 73 

1899. 
Nov. 2. 664. Frank Greenwood, services procuring options 

on lands in Page street district. 50 00 

1900, 
May 31. 665. S. B. Balkam & Co., for 320 ft. 5 in. pipe at 10c. 

40 ft. 6 " 12c, 

" " 666. R. M. Johnson, services, asst. eng 

" 677. " " clerk, 

cash paid for mucilage and envelopes, 
" A. Fisher, daily paper, 

" W. F. Dodge, care of room, 

June 1, 668. Patrick Rooney, assignee, cash paid on acct. es- 
timate No. 9 sec. 5, 
" " 669. A. D. Nickerson, services, chief eng. 

cash paid for inspection' tickets, 
" towel supply, 
" incidentals, 

" " 670. George A. Smith, services, insp. 25 ds. at $3, 

" " 671. C. G. Norris, services, asst. eng. 26 1-2 ds. at $3.50, 



$175 00 




1 00 




1 00 


$177 00 




94 50 




474 54 




221 80 


$10 95 




11 86 


22 81 


$50 00 


50 00 




5 00 




65 




4 80 


110 45 


$ 9 60 




24 00 




77 18 


110 78 


$175 00 




1 00 




50 




50 




75 


177 75 




21 00 




84 00 



$32 00 




4 80 







36 80 


$50 00 




50 00 




31 




1 50 




5 00 







106 81 




2,216 75 


$175 00 




2 50 




1 00 




1 25 







179 75 




75 00 




92 75 



1900. 


Vouch 
No. 


Jane 


5. 672. 



234 



Patrick Rooney, hauling gr.ivel on Pierce, 

Maple and Beacon streets, $1 5* 

same on Williams avenue, 59 

50 
man and horse, repairs on Williams avenue 
and Milton avenue, 1 75 



June 30. 673. S. B. Balkam & Co., pipe, 94 rt. 5 in. at 10c, $9 40 

100 ft. 6 in. at 12c, 12 00 

4 ft. 8 in. at 18c, 72 

3 6x5 in. T's at 54c,!] 1 62 



674. R. M. Johnson, services, clerk, 1 mo. $50 00 

cash paid W. F. Dodge, care of room, 5 00 

" J. Stack, Treas., filling well of 

Isabelle Morrison, 718 Hyde Park avenue, 2 00 

675. services as asst. eng., 50 00 



$1 25 



23 74 



107 00 



July 1. 676. Patrick Rooney, assignee, amt. paid on acct. es- 
timate No. 10 sec. 5, 1,779 64 
" " 677. A. D. Nickerson, services, 1 mo. $175 00 
cash paid for towel supply, 1 00 

176 00 

" " 678. C. G. Norris, services, asst. eng. 26 ds. at $3.50, 91 00 

" " 679. Hyde Park Water Co., repairing service connec- 
tion on West River street, Dec. 6, '97, $6 48 
same on Cleveland street, Jan. 10, '98, 6 88 

— — 13 36 

'■ " t80. Long & Little, reserve on contract No. 2 sec. No. 

8 and 9, 555 62 

" " 681. George A. Smith, services as insp. 26 ds. at $3, 78 00 

" 11. 682. Patrick Rooney, work at crossing foot of Milton 

ave., Jan. 28, 2 men, $3 50 

Jan. 29, 3 men, 5 25 

teaming, 2 00 

1 axe, 1 00 

11 75 

" 31. 684. R. M. Johnson, services as clerk, $50 00 

cash paid for rubber stamp, 10 

" blotting paper, 24 

" " 683. services, asst. engineer, 50 00 

100 34 

Aug. 1. 685. Geo. A. Smith, services insp. of sewers 24 ds. at $3, 72 00 

" 686. C. G. Norris, services asst. eng. 25 ds. at $3.50, S7 50 

" " 687. A. D. Nickerson, services ch. eng. 1 mo. $175 00 

cash paid towel supply, 1 00 

176 00 

•' 688. W. F. Dodge, care of room 1 mo. 5 00 

" 2. 689. Patrick Rooney, assignee, amt. paid on acct. es- 

timate No. 11 sec. 5, 1,887 41 

June 1. 690. N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., telephone service, $47 12 

rebate, 3 43 

43 69 

" 27. 691. A. P. BUkmore, witness fees in case Washburn 

and others against the town, 5 00 



Vouch . 
1900. No. 

June 1. 692. 



Oct. 



235 



William B. Blakemore, witness fees in case of 
Washburn and others against the town. 
July 27, 1899, $100 00 

May 28, 29 and 31, 1900, 150 00 



" 22. 694. H. H. Moses, plans and attendance at court at 

Dedham in case of Eustis and others against 

the town, 
" 28. 693. H. S. Adams, witness fees in case of Washburn 

and others against the town, May 28, 29 and 

31,1900, 

expenses, car fares, 

" 22. 695. Patrick Rooney, assignee, amt. paid on acct. es- 
timate No. 12 sec. 5, 
Aug. 29. 696. Fred E. Caller, amt. paid in full fjr all claims 
for loss of well water, etc., by constructing 
sewer in proposed Jefferson street, 
" 31. 697. R. M. Johnson, services, clerk, 

cash paid A. Fisher, daily paper, 
" W. F. Dodge, care of room, 

" car fares to Dedham, 

" " 698. services asst. engineer, 

Sept. 1. 699. A. D. Nickerson, services, chief eng. 
cash paid for car fares, 
" stationery, 

" awl and repairing rod, 

" half round wedges, 

" towel supply, 

" 5. 700. Geo. A. Smith, services insp. 4 ds. at $3, 
" " 701. C. G. Norris, services asst. eng. 28 ds. at $3.50, 
" 1. 702. Frost & Adams Co., 2 black prints, 

ink, 

3 rolls Leonine paper, 
1 doz. Faber's tacks, 

Aug. 14. 703. A. S. Morss, 62 ft. 3-16 galv. chain, 26 lbs. at 14c, 
1 doz. 2 1-2 in. S. Hooks, 

Sept. 19. 704. Patrick Rooney, assignee, amt. paid on acct. re- 
serve, sec. 5, 
" 29. 705. S. B. Balkam & Co., 329 ft. 5 in. pipe at 10c, 

3T's, 



1. 706. A. D. Nickerson, services, chief enj 
towel supply, 



Sept. 29. 707. R. M. Johnson, services, asst. engineer, 
paid W. F. Dodge, care of room, 
" " 708. R. M. Johnson, services, clerk, 



— $250 00 



75 00 



$75 00 
1 16 



$50 00 

2 00 

5 00 

15 

50 00 

$175 00 
20 
35 
38 
25 
1 00 



$ 1 00 

1 51 

IS 00 

50 

$3 64 
29 



$32 90 
65 



$175 00 
1 00 



$50 00 

5 00 

50 00 



76 16 
933 15 

130 00 



107 15 



Oct. 



9. 709. Patrick Rooney, assignee, amt. paid on acct. re- 
serve sec. 5, 



177 18 
12 00 

98 00 



21 01 

3 93 
800 00 

33 55 

176 00 

105 00 
1,200 OS 



236 

Vouch. 
1900. No. 

June 20. 710. Chas. F. Morrison, services as expert witness in 
case of Washburn and others against the 
town. Examination of property, 
3 days at hearing^before auditor, 
3 days attendance at court, 

" " 711. Geo. W. Chapman, services as expert witness in 
case Washburn and others. Examination of 
property, 
3 days at hearing before auditor, 

" ■" 712. Thos. E. Faunce, services as expert witness in 
case of Washburn and others against the 
town. Examination of property, 
3 days at hearing before auditor, 
3 days attendance at court, 

July 17. 713. H. P. Water Co., use cf water 257 ds. 400 gals. ea. 
at 10c. special, 
" 9. service connection to flush tanks at cost, 



$10 28 
14 20 



Oct. 714. Herbert Greenwooil, land taken for sewer pur- 

poses in "Page St. Area," June 28, 1899, lot 21, 
715. N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., service 3 mos. to Oct. 1, 1900, 17 06 

" Dec. 31, " 17 0G 



20. 716. Eliza Bessie Greenwood and others, land taken 
for sewer purposes in "Page St. Area," lots 
No. 12, 13, 20 and 221n red on plan of Jeffer- 
son street, 

24. 717. Frank Greenwooil, land taken for sewer pur- 
poses in "Page St. Area," lot 21, 
" 62, 



$105 00 
60 00 

105 00 

24 48 
56 00 

34 12 

804 38 



Nov. 1. 



189S. 
Mar. 12. 



Nov. 



1900. 
16. 



30. 



718. R. M. Johnson, services, asst. engineer, 

cash paid W. F. Dodge's bill, 

719. services, clerk, 

720. care of house connections, 

721. A. D. Nickerson, services on acct. 

722. " " 
cash paid towel supply, 

" Corson's express, 



723 Boston Cons. Co., hauling 10,000 bricks and 75 
bbls. cement, 

724. H. B. Terry, adjusting claims and dues in Page 

St. Area, drafting deeds, etc., 

725. R. M. Johnson, services, care house connections, 

726. " " clerk of Sewer Board, 
cash paid out for daily paper, 



$10 00 

50 00 

1 50 



105 00 



176 90 



11 00 



25 0© 



61 50 



237 



Vouch. 
1900. No. 



Dec. 1. 727. A. D. Nickerson, services, chief eng. 1 mo. $125 00 

cash paid for towel supply, 1 00 

" car fares, 20 

$126 20 

" " 728. W. F. Dodge, care of room, 5 00 

" 5. 729. P. Rooney, assignee, paid on acct. contract No. 3 

sec. 5, 1,054 28 

" " 730. R. M. Johnson, services, care house connections, $10 00 

731. " •' clerk, Sewer Board, 50 00 

cash paid W. F. Dodge, care of roo^n, 5 00 

" car fare to Dedham, 20 

65 20 

" 31. 732. S. B. Balkam &'Co., rent of yard for storage of 
sewer pipe, Jan. 1 to Sept. I, 1900, 8 m., at 
$100 per yr. $66 66 

Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, 4 m., at $50 per yr., 16 67 

83 33 

Less amt. bill rendered S. B. B. & Co., Nov. 

1, 1900, for 54 ft. 10 in. pipe seconds, at 10 l-2c. 5 67 

77 66 
Dec. 7, 1900, 1 ft. 5 in. pipe, 10 

1901. 
Jan. 1. 733. A. D. Nickerson, services as chief engin'r, 1 m., $125 00 
Cash paid towel supply, 1 00 

— $126 00 



1900. 
Nov. 1. 734. P. Rooney, assignee, carting 500 ft. pipe, $12 00 

" " 37 manhole covers, 12 95 



24 95 
$19,138 29 



TABLE NO. %. 

VALUE OF STOCK ON HAXD. 



Sewer Pipe, at cost, 

Flush gates, at cost, 

Iron pipe, at cost, 

Manhole frames and covers, at cost, 

Flushing hose and clean-out rods, at cost, 

Office furniture and engineering instruments, 



$1,925 45 




57 80 




60 00 




182 20 




187 00 




790 00 




&? 


92 45 



238 



TABLE NO. 3. 

Quan- 
tities. Items. 

6794.3 Cubic yds. earth excavation and refilling, to 8 ft. deep 
1162.0 " " " 8 to 14 

3.2 " " " 14 to 20 

397.3 " rock excavation, to S ft. deep, 

294.3 " " 8 to 14 " 

33.3 " " 14 to 20 " 

104.68 " brick masonry, 

21.96 " concrete masonry, 

0.6 " " stones 1-4 in. to 3-4 in 

7969. Lineal feet of sewer pipe, 6 in. to 12 in., inclusive 

117. Vertical feet of lamp shaft pipe, laying, 
2513. Lineal feet of sub-drain, laying, 
4.691 M. B. M. of sheeting left in place, 
Port, cement, 154 1-2 lbs., 



Neponset Avenue 275 ft. of sewer cost 
Station Street 160 ft. sewer cost 
Less reserved, 



Paid an contracts of 1899, 







Amount. 


ft. deep, 


$3,397 15 
871 50 


" 




3 20 






1,589 20 
1,471 50 






266 40 






1,256 16 






109 80 


in., 




3 60 






956 2S 






11 70 






502 60 






70 37 






239 48 






$10,748 94 

$321 80 


$210 


31 




42 


06 


168 25 
— ■ 490 05 

$11,238 99 
1,646 74 




$12,885 73 



UNPAID TAXES OF 1899.— Resident. 



A. 






NAMES 


TAX 


UNPAID 


Adams, William L. B. 


$49 00 


$49 00 


Adams, Grace C. aud Christiana V. 


18 00 


18 00 


Adams, Josephine G., lieirs, 


121 00 


121 00 


Adler, George H. 


22 00 


22 00 


Allen Stewart T. and Harry L. 


10 00 


10 00 


Amback & Hodsdon, 


11 00 


11 00 


Andrews, Marietta G. 


39 00 


39 00 


Andrews, Marietta G. and Charles M. 


7 00 


7 00 


Andrews, Jane, 


18 00 


18 00 


Annis, Augustus K. 


46 00 


46 00 


B. 

Badger, Miss Susan C. 


$270 00 


$270 00 


Barme, Charlotte, 


268 00 


268 00 


Barrett, Margaret V. 


38 00 


28 00 


Bartlett, Alma M. 


59 00 


59 00 


Bartlett, Elizabeth E , heirs, 


44 00 


44 00 


Battle, Martin, 


14 00 


14 00 


Beatey, Annie J. 


120 00 


120 00 


Beatey, John, 


5 00 


5 00 


Becker, Charles, 


90 00 


30 00 


Benari, Bennett, 


42 00 


42 00 


Bennett, Fred C. 


13 00 


13 00 


Bennett, Abraham J. 


10 00 


10 00 


Berry, Ada F. 


50 00 


50 00 


Berry, Joseph K. 


5 00 


5 00 


Bessey, Jane, 


4 00 


4 00 


Bickmore, Albion P. 


95 00 


95 00 


Bickmore, Elizabeth C. 


28 00 


28 00 


Bither, E. D. and J. J. Conley, 


25 00 


8 00 


Blackey, Sarah S. 


57 00 


17 00 


Blaisdell, Albert J. and Arthur L. Bartlett, 


18 00 


18 00 


Blodgett, Anna E. 


70 00 


70 00 


Bodwell, William P. 


67 00 


67 00 



240 



NAMES. 

Bolles, James G. 

Bond, John R. 

Bradley, Edmund, 

Brewer, Frank H. 

Brigham, Franklin D. 

Brigham, Helen A. heirs, 

Brightman, Cordelia, 

Brown, Emily M. 

Brown, Fannie, and Maria A.. Waters, 

Brundage, Martha McL. 

Bulla rd, Isaac, 

Burns, Timothy, 

Burns, Michael, 

Burns, Jules M. 

Bums, Catherine, 

Burns, Annie C. and Eliza R. 

Burr. Arthur C. 



Caller, Ellen A. 
Caller, Frederick E. 
Carle, Henry A. 
Carroll, Hannah M. 
Chaddock, James C. 
Chaisson, Peter, 
Chamberlain, Martha A. H. 
Chase, Lizzie B. 
Cherrington, Robert E. 
Childs, Alexander a G. 
Chisholm, Colin C. 
Chisholm, Mary A. 
Church, Emma J. 
Church, Edward P. 
Church & Co. 
Clark, Leonard C. 
Cobb, Annie R. 
Cochran, Fannie A. 
Cochran, George H. 
Colby, Frank M. 
Coleman, Elizabeth S. 
Concannon, Patrick, 



TAX 


UNPAID 


$9 00 


$ 9 00 


28 00 


28 00 


10 00 


10 00 


8 00 


8 00 


14 00 


14 00 


124 00 


124 00 


62 00 


62 00 


43 00 


43 00 


14 00 


14 00 


73 00 


73 00 


222 00 


222 00 


86 00 


86 00 


94 00 


94 00 


12 00 


12 00 


40 00 


40 00 


7 00 


7 00 


4 00 


4 00 


$68 00 


$68 00- 


110 00 


96 00 


5 00 


5 00 


52 00 


32 00 


29 CO 


29 00 


25 00 


25 00 


50 00 


50 00 


59 00 


59 00 


52 00 


52 00 


109 00 


109 00 


5 00 


5 00 


56 00 


56 00 


88 00 


88 00 


50 00 


50 00 


44 00 


44 00 


10 00 


10 00 


111 00 


95 00 


81 00 


81 00 


3 00 


3 00 


20 00 


20 00 


160 00 


160 00 


36 00 


36 00 



241 

NAMES. 

Condon, Mary, heirs, 

Conley, Elizabeth A. 

Conn, Etta E. 

Cook. Frank J. 

Coombs, Pbineas A. 

Corbett, Alexander W. 

Corbett, Ellen E. 

Coibett, Jeremiah, 

Corcoran, Mary J. and Bridget A Downey, trustees, 76 00 

Corcoran, Mary J. and Edward, heirs, 

Corliss, Annie C. 

Corliss, Bertram D. 

Corrigan, Bridget, 

Corrigan, Rose, 

Corrigan, Thomas H. 

Corrigan, Thomas, 

Corrigan, Lawrence T. 

Corson Express Co. 

Cougblin, Bridget A. 

Coullahan, Margaret, 

Coveney, James S. 

Cox, John W. 

Cromwall, Peter, 

Crowley. John A. & Co. 

Crumett, Lucy T. 

Crumett, Charles H. 

Cullen, Michael and Bridget, 

Cullinane, John F. 

Cundall, Phebe A. 

Currier, Azelia, 



Darling, Willis A. 
Davenport A. and C. E. 
Davenport, War) en J. 
Dean, Ellen C. 
Doane, Clara J. 
Dolan, Thomas J. 
Dooley, Catherine, heirs, 
Doty, George E. 
Downey, John, heirs, 
Duggan, James and Kate, 



D. 



TAX 


UNPAID 


$132 50 


$132 50 


62 00 


62 00 


74 00 


74 00 


52 00 


52 00 


9 00 


9 00 


6 00 


6 00 


48 00 


48 00 


5 50 


5 50 


s, 76 00 


76 00 


32 00 


32 00 


59 00 


59 00 


5 00 


5 00 


119 00 


115 00 


26 00 


26 00 


74 00 


74 00 


724 70 


489 70 


9 00 


9 00 


80 00 


80 00 


41 00 


41 00 


27 00 


27 00 


1874 00 


62 00 


50 00 


50 00 


47 00 


47 00 


20 00 


20 00 


30 00 


30 00 


282 00 


282 00 


30 00 


30 00 


39 00 


39 00 


44 00 


44 00 


21 00 


5 00 


$260 00 


$258 00 


4 00 


4 00 


11 00 


11 00 


106 00 


106 00 


302 00 


302 00 


3 50 


3 50 


38 00 


38 00 


67 CO 


67 00 


36 00 


36 00 


14 00 


14 00 



242 

NAMES 

Dunn, John O. and Ida M. 
Dyer, Laura E. 
Dyer, Agnes P. 
Dyer, Ida J. 

E. 
Earle, Benjamin, 

Elliot,, John H. 

Elliott, Irene G. 

Elliott, Arthur W. 

Elliott, Henry W. 

Elwell, Josephine M. 

Elwell, Russell T. 

Emerson, Fannie B. 

Everett, W. S. esta e of, H. C. Stark, mtgee, in 

possession, 
Ewell, Florence A. 

F. 
Fallon, Joseph L. 

Farrington, Laura A. 

Farwell, Eva S. 

Fellows, Leslie H. 

Fennessey, John L. 

Fennessej^, William A. 

Ferguson, Mary I. 

Fiffe, James, 

Fiffe, Margaret, 

Fisher, Alice M. 

Fisher, Elizabeth D. 

Fitzgerald, Peter J. 

Fitzgerald, Sarah J. 

Flaherty, Roger J. 

Flanders, Chloe S. 

Frampton, Amelia, 

Frampton, Robert L. 

French, Lemuel B. and Caroline A. 

Frost, Walter 1. 

G. 
Gateley, Ellen, heirs, 

Gleason, F. W. & Co. 
Gleason, H. E. & Co. 
Gleason, Herman P. 
Gleason, Mary J, 
Goss, Ella E- 



TAX 


$ 23 ') 


76 


00 


56 


00 


56 


00 


$6 00 


59 


00 


57 


00 


29 


00 


13 00 


71 


00 


11 


00 


110 00 


L 

130 


00 


51 


00 


$ 77 


00 


32 


00 


100 


00 


34 00 


48 


00 


7 


00 


45 


00 


8 


50 


22 


00 


14 00 


33 


00 


7 


00 


104 00 


52 


00 


47 


00 


10 


00 


105 


00 


49 


00 


4 50 


$ 26 00 


20 


00 


19 


00 


54 00 


70 


00 


106 


00 



243 



NAMES 

Goss, Carrie C. 
Gosselin, John G. 
Grant, Peter, heirs, 
Gray, Robert. 
Granberg, Henry, 
Griffin, Sarah, 
Guanglia, Generoso, 
Guernsey, Vernon, 
Guernsey, Mary E. 
Guild, Rose E. 

Haigh, John A. 
Haley, Charles, 
Hall, Caleb, 
Hall, Sarah C. 
Hall, Maria E. 
Hamblin, Benjamin L. 
Hamblin, Carrie L. 
Hanscom, H. Abby, 
Hartt. Ella C. 
Haskell, Henry A. 
Haslam, Frank H. P. 
Haslarn, Blanche M. 
Hathaway, Edward S. 
Hawkins, James T. 
Hawkins, Maud A. 
Hayes, James, 
Hazard, Edgar V. 
Healey, Patrick J. 
Hedtler, James, 
Hevanghan, Mary A. 
Higbee, Celia S. 
fell, Warren S. 
Hiller. Lucy E. 
Hodgdon. Flora J. 
Hodges, Hattie B. 
Hodgson, Gertrude R. 
Hodsdon, David M. 
Holt, Charles F. 
Holtham, Georgianna F. 
Holtham, Henry F. 
Holway, William H. 



H. 



TAX 


UNPAID 


$ 60 03 


$ $60 00 


53 00 


53 00 


48 00 


•28 00 


18 00 


18 00 


7 00 


7 00 


39 00 


39 00 


8 00 


8 00 


5 00 


5 00 


53 00 


53 00 


24 00 


24 00 


! 30 50 


$ 30 50 


1031 00 


1031 00 


12 00 


12 00 


58 00 


58 00 


104 00 


104 00 


412 00 


337 00 


58 00 


58 00 


12 00 


12 00 


70 00 


28 80 


6 00 


6 00 


19 00 


19 00 


38 00 


38 00 


56 00 


56 00 


104 00 


59 00 


124 00- 


124 00 


93 00 


93 00 


116 00 


116 00 


48 00 


5 00 


45 00 


45 00 


34 00 


24 00 


50 00 


50 00 


120 00 


120 00 


56 00 


56 00 


75 00 


75 00 


62 00 


62 00 


73 00 


73 00 


24 00 


24 00 


96 00 


96 00 


106 00 


106 00 


12 00 


12 00 


78 00 


28 00 



244 



NAMES 

House, Nettie F. B. 
Houston. Joseph J. 
Howe, Kit tie M. 
Howes. Mary A. P. 
Hughes, William J. 
Hughes, Catherine, 
Hutchinson, Eliza G. 
Hyde Park Ice Co. 
Hyde Park Caramel Co. 

Jenkins, Bridget, 
Jenney, Charles E. 
Jigger, John W. 
Johnson, Richard M. 
Johnston, John, 
Jordan, Ellen, 
Jordan, Edward E. 
Jordan, Edward VV. 

Kappler, Meiurad, 
Keane, Margaret, heirs, 
Keane, William E. 
Keiley, Mary, 
Kivlin, Bartholomew B. 
Kunkel, Frank, 

Leonard, D. Ambrose, 
Leonard, Katherine M. 
Lermon, Adolph, 
Lewis, Charles (tax title), 
Lewis, Madeline S. 
Lincoln, John C. 
Lindgren, Swan J. 
Lindgren, Olol P. 
Lindgren, Alice, 
Lindsay, Edgar, 
Little, Everett L. 
Logan, Thomas H. 
Lovering, George A. 
Lynch, Catherine E. 
Lyon, Emerson W. 
Lyons, Mary E. 



K. 



L. 



TAX 


UNPAID* 


$ 80 od 


$ 80 00 


54 00 


54 00 


46 00 


8 00 


69 00 


69 00 


14 00 


14 00 


74 00 


74 00' 


13-2 00 


132 00 


24 00 


24 00- 


10 00 


10 00 


$ 36 00 


$ 36 00 


139 00 


139 00 


94 00 


91 00 


52 00 


52 00 


170 00 


170 00' 


26 00 


26 00' 


4 GO 


4 00 


37 00 


37 00 


$46 00 


$46 OO 


29 00 


29 00 


35 00 


35 00 


2 00 


2 00' 


5 00 


5 00' 


33 00 


33 0O 


£173 00 


$173 OO 


194 00 


194 00 


6 00 


6 00 


70 00 


70 0O 


76 00 


76 00 


211 00 


211 00 


47 00 


47 00' i 


93 00 


93 00 'i 


40 00 


40 00 II 


41 00 


41 00' i' 


38 00 


38 00 » 


8 00 


8 00 


3 50 


3 50 


45 00 


45 00 


122 00 


122 00 


27 00 


27 OO 



245 



PL 



NAMES 


TAX 


UNPAID 


MacLaine, George R. 


$ '6 00 


$ 6 00 


Mahoney, Dennis, heirs, 


190 00 


190 00 


Mahoney, Dennis \V. 


17 00 


17 00 


Mahoney, Sarah T. 


81 00 


81 00 


Mahoney, John W. 


4 00 


4 00 


Marks, Lena, 


68 00 


68 00 


Martin, Elizabeth F. 


34 00 


34 00 


Mason. Mary E. 


37 00 


37 00 


Matthias, Jane T. 


15 00 


15 00 


McAvoy, James D, and Thomas Corrigan, 


410 00 


360 00 


McBride. Edw. W., and John M. 


87 00 


87 00 


McDermott, Joanna, 


74 00 


74 00 


McDermott. Joseph, 


7 00 


7 00 


McDonald, Roderick J. 


3 50 


3 50 


McDonald. William I, 


47 00 


47 00 


McDonough, John, heirs, 


88 00 


28 00 


McElroy, Dorothy A., heirs, 


74 00 


74 00 


McGrath, Mary E. 


10 00 


10 00 


McGrath, James, 


15 50 


15 50 


Mc'Trath, Hanora J., 


72 00 


72 00 


McGrath, Margaret, 


69 00 


69 00 


Mclntyre, Warren F. 


72 00 


72 00 


McKeen, Lena D. 


45 00 


45 00 


McKenna, Catheiine, heirs, 


33 00 


33 00 


McLaughlin, Daniel, 


22 00 


22 00 


McLane, John S. 


112 00 


112 00 


McLeod, Mary J. 


78 00 


78 00 


McMahon, John W. 


3 00 


3 00 


McMahon, James E. 


32 00 


32 00 


McMahon, Margaret, 


SO 00 


80 00 


McPherson, Alexander, 


51 0. 


51 00 


McWhinney, Robert F. 


4 00 


4 00 


Milauski, John, 


44 U0 


44 00 


Mercer, Emily J. 


52 00 


52 00 


Mercer, Thomas. 


44 00 


44 00 


Merrow, Susan A. 


110 00 


110 00 


Miller, Annie, 


100 00 


10 00 


Miller. Lois, 


50 00 


50 00 


Millett Edward P. 


45 00 


45 00 


Millett, Emma J. 


4 00 


4 00 



246 



NAMES 

Mills, Joseph W. 

Milne, John, 

Miner and Crumett, 

Morrison, Michael and Bridget, 

Morse, George W. 

Morss, Mary A. 

Moylan, Patrick, 

Mulcahy, Isabella, 

Mulcahy, Michael, 

Mullen. Michael T. 

Mullen, Flora E. 

Murray, Elizabeth, 

Myers, Samuel, (Blake St.) 



N. 



Neale, Marianna E. 

Nicholson, Sadie G. 

Nicholson, Henry A. 

Nilson and Hamblin, 

Norfolk Supply Co. 

Norris, Edwin S. 

Norris, William H., and Harry A. 

Norris, William H. 

Norris, Harry A. 

Norton, Frank S., and Charles H. Crumett, 

Noyes. Thomas H. 



O. 



O'Brien, John. 
O'Brien, Catherine E. 
O'Brien, James, heirs, 
O'Connor, Michael, 
O'Connor, John H. 
O'Flaherty, Martin, 
O'Grady, Delia A. 
Olson, Martin, 
Orcutt, Fred S. H. 
Ostrom, Bernard P. 

Page, Mary E. 
Paine, Francis M. 
Partridge, Charles C. 
Pattee, Amelia A. 



P. 



TAX 


UNPAID 1 


i 22 00 


$ 22 00 


96 00 


96 00 


44 00 


44 00 


80 00 


80 00 


43 00 


43 00 


56 00 


56 00 


11 00 


9 00 


143 00 


143 00 


5 00 


5 00 


4 00 


4 00- 


28 00 


28 00 


46 00 


46 00 


100 00 


100 00 


$ 64 00 


$ 64 00 


471 00 


471 00 


12 00 


12 00 


6 00 


6 00' 


13 00 


13 00 


56 00 


56 00 


272 00 


272 00 


500 00 


500 00 


60 00 


60 00 


16 00 


16 00 


56 00 


56 00 


$176 00 


$176 00- 


112 00 


112 00 


27 00 


27 00 


21 00 


21 00 


4 5 ' 


4 50' 


30 00 


30 00 


10 00 


10 00 


41 00 


41 00 


46 00 


46 00 


6 00 


6 00 


$118 00 


$108 00 


60 00 


60 00 


3 50 


3 50 


26 00 


26 00 



247 



NAMES 

Pepper, Mary H. 
Perry, Edward E. 
Perry, Carrie E. 
Pierce, Elizabeth V. 
Plummer, Wilmot H. 
Podbury, Marion, 
Podbury, Rose, 
Podbury, Thomas B. 
Price, Charles. 
Pring, James F. 
Pring, .Johanna, 



R. 



Rafter, Maria, 

Rausch, George, H. 

Ransch, Alice G. 

Reynolds, Lucy, A. 

Rich, Florence L. 

Richardson, Ella A. 

Richardson and Rafter, E. C. Jenney, trustee, 

Robinson, Willis G. 

Robinson, Sarah E., heirs, 

Rockwell, Hetty Ann, 

Rockwell, Belle, 

Rogers, Annie L., heirs, 

Rogers, James II. 

Rogers, Hugh E. 

Rogers, Arthur T., and Nellie A. 

Rogers, Arthur T. 

Rogers, Viola M. 

Rollins, Fred E. 

Roman, John, 

Rooney, Alice F. 

Rowell, Mary E. 

Russell, Lizzie C. 

Ryan's Express Co. 



S. 



Sampson, Arch R. 
Samuel, Isaac B., heirs, 
Sargent, Gilbert L. 
Savage John C. 
Savage, Henrietta L. 



TAX 


UNPAID 


$ 30 00 


$ 30 00 


48 00 


48 00 


6 00 


6 00 


66 00 


66 00 


6 00 


6 00 


54 00 


54 00 


7 00 


7 00 


56 00 


56 00 


86 00 


3 00 


32 00 


32 00 


56 00 


56 00 


$ 59 50 


$ 59 50 


11 00 


11 00 


58.00 


58 00 


387 00 


110 00 


30 00 


30 00 


54 00 


54 00 


184 00 


184 00 


6 00 


6 00 


56 00 


56 00 


46 00 


46 00 


37 00 


37 00 


36 00 


36 00 


44 00 


44 00 


48 00 


48 00 


9 00 


9 00 


57 00 


57 00 


51 00 


51 00 


56 00 


56 00 


173 00 


55 00 


316 00 


6 00 


49 00 


19 00 


53 00 


53 00 


22 00 


22 00 


$102 00 


$ 8 00 


60 00 


56 00 


62 00 


27 00 


87 50 


87 50 


61 00 


61 00 



248 

NAMES 

Scott, Robert, heirs, 
Scully, Mary E. 
Seavey, Edward J. 
Seymour, Thomas, 
Shanghnessey, Edw. 
Shea, Mary J. 
Sherman, Ella E., heirs, 
Simmons, Bridget A. 
Smalling, William E. 
Smith, William A., heirs, 
Soule, Mary Leach, 
Stark, Ann Maria, 
Stevens, Anna M. 
Stick ney, Emma O, 
Stone, Franklin, heirs, 
Story, Arthur W., heirs, 
Story, Alice A. 
Sumner, Henrietta C. 
Swallow, Adeline E. 
Sweeney, Patrick, heirs 

Tarrant, George M. 
Taylor, Elliot O. 
Timpenny, Richard, heirs, 
Tobin, Michael J. 
Towner, Thomas J. 
Townsend, Hiram J.» 
Turner, Maria Louisa 
Turner. John J. 
Tyler, Charles H. 
Tyler, Merion W. 

V. 
Vivian, Roxanna, $ 59 00 $ 59 00 

W. 

Wadsworlh, Nellie B. $ 71 00 $ 71 00 

Waldron, Chas. E. 104 00 104 00 

Walter, Theodore A. 79 00 79 00 

Ward, Charlotte, 80 00 80 00 

Ward, George, 4 00 4 00 

Warren, Mary E. 98 00 98 00 

Waters, Thomas S. 54 00 54 00 



T. 



TAX 


UNPAID 


: 52 00 


$ 52 00 


47 00 


47 00 


44 00 


44 00 


56 00 


56 00 


67 00 


67 00 


29 00 


29 00 


64 00 


64 00 


28 00 


28 00 


8 00 


8 00 


50 00 


50 00 


22 00 


22 00 


220 00 


220 00 


112 00 


112 00 


40 00 


15 00 


132 00 


132 00 


32 00 


32 00 


8 00 


8 00 


70 00 


70 00 


66 00 


33 00 


42 00 


42 00 


36 00 


$ 34 00 


8 00 


8 00 


42 00 


42 00 


8 00 


8 00 


43 00 


43 00 


30 00 


30 00 


4 00 


4 00 


34 00 


34 CO 


24 00 


24 00 


56 00 


56 00 



249 



names 
Waters, Maria A. 

Waters, Margaret and Nancy T. S. 
Watkins, Frank S. 
Watson, Susan, heirs, 
Webster, Frank B. Co. 
Wheeler, Arthur O. 
Wheeler. Mamie E. 
White, William E. 
Whittemore, Malinda C, heirs, 
Whittemore. Esther M. 
Williams, Rinaldo, 
Williams, Susan, 
Wilson, Johanna O. 
Winstein, Gertrude, 
Wolfe, Ananias, heirs, 
Wood, Charles L. 
Wyman, Eliza H. 



Yeaton, Charles E. 
Zimmermann, Caroline, 



Y. 



Z. 



TAX 


UNPAID 


$107 00 


$107 00 


35 00 


35 00 


57 00 


57 00 


27 00 


27 00 


80 00 


80 00 


74 00 


74 00 


40 00 


40 00 


4 00 


4 00 


60 00 


60 00 


67 00 


67 00 


4 00 


4 00 


111 00 


111 00 


49 00 


49 00 


43 00 


43 00 


44 00 


14 00 


6 00 


6 00 


39 00 


39 00 



$ 7 00 $ 7 00 
$ 86 00 $ 86 00 



UNPAID TAXES OF 1899— Non Resident. 



A. 



NAMES 

Allan, Matthew W. 
Alles, William H. 



B. 



Bailey, A. H. 

Baker, Lulu L. 

Barton, Cha*. C, Jr. 

Bassett, Herbert W. 

Beattie, Mary C. and Annie, 

Benton, Josiah H., Jr. 

Blacker. J. E., and O. A. Shepard, 

Blackwood, Alexander, 

Blake, Archibald R. 

Blanchard, Eliza H., heirs, 

Bliss, Julia M. 



TAX 


UNPAID 


5 28 00 


$ 28 00 


370 00 


370 00 


5 5 00 


$ 5 00 


44 00 


44 00 


84 00 


10 00 


12 00 


12 00 


32 00 


32 00 


295 00 


295 00 


109 00 


51 00 


10 00 


10 00 


43 00 


43 00 


28 00 


28 00 


24 00 


24 00 



250 



NAMES 

Bohnson, Frank C. 
Bradbury, Samuel A., heirs, 
Bradlee, Nellie M. 
Bradlee, J. Walter, heirs, 
Bran n an, Thos. F. 
Brink, Kostant, 
Brock. Daniel W. 
Brown, Arthur (i. 
Buckley. John W. 
Burnett, Marshall, heirs, 
Butterfield, Lillian K. 



Carson, Walter P. 
Chabot, Rebecca M. 
Clapp, Lois M. 
Clapp, Ellery P. 
Clapp, Hattie F. 
Codding, Eva M. 
Crabtree, Nancy E. 
Cranford, Robert A. 
Crocker, Henry E. 
Crowley, Patrick J. 
Cunane, William, heirs, 

Davis, Charles L. 
Dillaway, W. E. L. 
Dowd, John J. 
Driscoll, Sarah A, 



D. 



Ellis, Samuel, 
Eustis, Maria A. 



Farrell, J. R. & Co. 
Ferguson, Beatrice H. 
Fisher, Harriet A. 
Fleming, Hanorah, 
Folkins, Anna M. 
Fowle, George W. 
Fowler, William P. 



F. 



$ 3 00 


$3 0( 


4 00 


4 0( 


50 


5< 


114 00 


114 0( 


18 00 


18 0( 


7 00 


7 0( 


427 00 


329 0( 


25 00 


25 0( 


67 00 


67 0( 


58 0" 


58 0( 


66 00 


66 0( 


2 00 


$ 2 0( 


8 00 


8 0( 


627 00 


531 0( 


144 00 


144 0( 


125 00 


125 0t 


55 00 


55 0( 


63 00 


63 0( 


37 00 


37 0( 


100 00 


20 0( 


30 00 


30 0( 


15 00 


15 0( 


$ 5 00 


$ 5 0( 


66 00 


66 0( 


5 00 


5 0( 


8 00 


8 0( 


5 60 00 


$ 60 01 


142 00 


142 01 


$ 40 00 


$ 40 01 


6 00 


6 01 


8 00 


8 


3 00 


3 


47 00 


47 


120 00 


56 


130 00 


130 



251 



NAMES 

Gainsborg, A. & Co. 
Greenhood, David H. 
GrifBn, Theodore H. 

Harraden Elbridge G. 
Harvey, George P. 
Hawes, W. L. 
Hayden, John E. V. 
Hazen, L. Downer, 
Horton. O. VV. 
Hugo, Jennie, 
Hyde, Henry W. 

Jenifer, John T. 

Johnson, Edward A., heirs, 

Jordan, Edward VV. 

Kelley, William, heirs, 
Kelley, Neil, 
King, George O. 
Kruiger, Louis, 

Lawler, Eraraa G. 
Lee, Geo. W. est. trustee, 
Lindsay, Mary B. 
Litchfield, George A. 
Lockhart, Maggie F. 

Macy, William F. 
Mackintosh, Joseph B. 
Mackrille. Harriet, 
Manley. Mary E. 
Matthews, Wm. A. trustee, 
Matthews, William A. 
McAlpine, Lemuel A. 
McCluskey, Joseph A. 
McFarland, James and Charles, 
Mclsaac, Joseph, 
McKenna Rev. John, 
McNulty, Ann 



TAX UNPAID 

i 20 00 $ 20 00 

90 00 90 00 

187 00 187 00 



H. 



J. 



K. 



M. 



$27 00 


$27 00 


44 00 


44 00 


33 00 


33 00 


82 00 


82 00 


10 00 


' 10 00 


34 00 


34 00 


24 00 


24 00 


50 00 


50 00 


! 58 00 


$ 58 00 


110 00 


110 00 


8 00 


8 00 


$38 00 


$38 00 


3 00 


3 00 


6 00 


6 00 


2 00 


2 00 


$ 12 00 


$ 12 00 


36 00 


36 00 


35 00 


3 00 


116 00 


116 00 


3 00 


3 00 


! 6' 00 


$ 38 00 


6 00 


6 00 


33 00 


33 00 


40 00 


40 00 


277 00 


277 00 


48 00 


48 00 


2 00 


2 00 


19 00 


19 00 


7 00 


7 00 


37 00 


37 00 


72 00 


72 00 


38 00 


38 00 



252 



NAMES 

Moulton, Harriet M., heirs, and Edward E. 

Murray, Jennie L. 

Murray, Rachael, 

Muscbe, Emma A. 

Myers, Rachael, Sarah, Rebecca and Louisa, 

N. 
Norton, Fred L. 



Cakes, Nellie M. 
O'Hearn, Daniel, 
O'Neil, Sarah F. 



O. 



P. 



Page, Kate C. 

Palmer, Alma, 

Parker, Samuel D. 

Pfaff, Anna, 

Partridge, Cornelia A. 

Pierce. Mary A. 

Pineo, J. Henry, 

Pinkham, W. S., Elliott, S. T., #nd Everett S. 

Litchfield, trustees, 
Pinkham. Walter S. 
Pinkham, Herbert W. 
Poore, Harrison H. 
Poore, Hiram R. 



Quigley, Joseph P. 

Reddic, Isaac H. 

Keddy, Thomas F. 

Rente man, Charles, 

Rice, George M., estate, 

Richards, William R. and Elsie B. 

Richmond, Emma C. 

Roberts, Sarah A- E. 

Risk, William W. 

Risk, Mary J. 

Robinson, Albert E. 

Robinson, George E. 

Ronald, Rose M. 



Q. 



R. 



TAX 

$236 00 

50 00 

2 00 

41 00 

20 00 



$4 00 

B 1 00 

8 00 

5 00 

274 00 

419 00 

52 00 

104 00 

75 00 

152 00 

8 00 

7 00 

11 00 



UNPAID 

£236 00 

50 00 

2 00 

41 00 

20 00 



$45 00 $45 00 



$48 00 


$48 00 


3 00 


3 00 


67 00 


67 00 


46 00 


$ 46 00 


54 00 


54 00 


137 00 


137 00 


62 00 


62 00 


300 00 


300 00 


44 00 


44 00 


4 00 


4 GO 


739 00 


91 74 


83 00 • 


83 00 


42 00 


42 00 


62 00 


62 00 


59 00 


59 00 



$4 00 

£ 1 00 

8 00 

5 00 

274 00 

419 00 

52 00 

104 CO 

75 00 

152 00 

8 CO 

7 00 

11 00 



253 



NAMES 

Rose, Clarence W. 
Roundy, William E. 
Rowell, Henry A 
Ryan, William B. 



S. 



Saco and Biddeibrd Savings Institution, 

Seaver, Jacob W. 

Smith. G. W. 

Stevenson, W. G. 

Stoddard. Granville M. 

Stoddard. Arthur C. and Frederick H. Crouse, 

Streeter, Catherine W. 

Sumner, Sally R. est., Samuel Crane admr. 



T. 



Tatro.Fred W. 
Tibbetts, Ernest C , heirs, 
Towle, Loren D. 
Traugott, Sarah H. 
Trescott, Ebenezer, heirs, 
Trevathan, William, 
Trotter, Virginia, 
Trowbridge, Benj. F. 

Underlich, Gustav, 



U. 



TAX 


UNPAID 


i 48 00 


$ 48 00 


38 00 


38 00 


60 00 


60 00 


143 00 


143 00 


1199 00 


$199 00 


9 00 


9 00 


10 00 


10 00 


69 00 


69 00 


43 00 


43 00 


18 00 


18 CO 


46 00 


46 00 


770 00 


770 00 


! 58 00 


$ 58 00 


30 00 


30 00 


40 00 


40 -00 


9 00 


9 00 


2 00 


2 00 


2 00 


2 00 


241 00 


101 00 


10 00 


10 00 



$71 00 



71 00 



Van Derlip, Willard C. 

Ward, Patrick J. 
Wentworth, Sarah J. 
West, Eleanor, 
Whaley, Samuel L. 
Whitcher, Martin L. heirs. 
Whitcher. (Barstow) and Wells, 
White, Georgianna, 
Williams, Arthur F. 
Woelfle, William, 
Wyman, Isaac C. 

Young, Orson and Hiram E. 



$96 00 



96 00 



W. 



Y. 



1 6 00 


$ 6 00 


16 00 


16 00 


26 00 


26 00 


97 00 


56 00 


528 00 


528 00 


140 00 


140 00 


60 00 


60 00 


58 00 


58 00 


10 00 


10 00 


113 00 


113 00 



15 00 $ 15 00 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



In compliance with the by-laws of the town the under- 
signed Auditors of the town of Hyde Park have examined 
the books of the Selectmen, School Committee, Cemetery 
Commissioners, Board of Health, Sewer Commissioners, 
Town Treasurer, and Collector of Taxes, and found them 
correct, — all payments showing duly approved vouchers. 

It will be noticed that the small amount of uncollected 
1897 taxes, as shown in last year's report, have only been 
half cancelled during the past year, thus showing uncollected 
accounts covering a period of four years, or one more than 
formerly. 

We believe that such a large sum of ipincollected taxes at 
the end of the year is against public interests and should be 
obviated. Current financial conditions cannot be so defi- 
nitely ascertained with such an outstanding sum of uncol- 
lected assets, and each year the town is deprived of the 
revenue which rightfully belongs to it. To be sure, real 
estate is good for the taxes assessed ; but we still hold to 
our original opinion in the matter, and hope that in the 
future we may look for marked improvement. 

We wish to call your attention to a matter as it exists 
between the departments of Sewer Commissioners and 
the Collector of Taxes. We will not venture to say which 
department is negligent in its duty, but will leave it with 
higher officials to determine. 



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Bills for sewerage connections are rendered from the 
department of Sewer Commissioners direct to the abutters. 
By law this department renders monthly to the Collector of 
Taxes an account of the sewer assessments made by them 
during the month, levying a warrant on the Tax Collector 
for the collection of the amount of said sewer assessments. 

On account of apportionments, and several other items, 
it would necessitate that some one should keep a separate 
account with every abutter, showing at a glance how a per- 
son's sewer assessment stood. The question arises who 
should keep this book of accounts. Neither of said depart- 
ments will assume its liability, and thus the matter stands ; 
aud we are compelled to bring to your notice the fact that 
not since the system of sewerage was inaugurated into this 
town has a single abutter's account been tabulated. A book 
has been prepared for that purpose, but each department 
refuses to keep it, and thus all the monthly warrants remain 
shelved. It is a matter which some one should see rectified, 
and that at once. 

On account of the greater part of work having been per- 
formed for which the Board ot Sewer Commissioners was 
created, it would seem that there was an unnecessary 
expense incurred to the town, and that such Board could be 
abolished, and consolidated with the Board of Selectmen 
and Superintendent of streets. By virtue of the Superin- 
tendent of this department being a civil engineer, and his 
previous experience as assistant engineer in the Sewer 
Department, we believe would qualify him to be a proper 
person, who could serve the town in its best interests, and 
at a great saving of expense ^ This plan is now in vogue in 
the Town of Brookline, and has proven very satisfactory. 

The fund in charge of the Sewer Commissioners, made 
mention of in last year's report, has increased to the sum of 
$1,646.36. We recommend that $1,000 be turned over to 



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the Town Treasurer, or, if it would seem more wise, to- 
refund to the abutters who paid charges for superintendauce 
and inspection, the several amounts paid by them. 

In retiring from office we do so in full knowledge that we 
have endeavored to do our duty and serve the town in its 
best interests. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HOWARD S. THOMPSON, 
PAUL R. RADFORD, 
CALVIN P. FELLOWS, 

Auditors-