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Thirty- Fourth Annual Report 
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TOWN OF HYDE MRK 



WITH 



Reports of the Selectmen, Trustees of the Public 

Library, School Committee, and Other, 

Town Officers, 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1902. 




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Edward D. Kollock, 

82 Devonshire St., Boston. 

1902. 



OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF 
HYDE PARK. 

For the Year Ending March 3, 1902. 



SELECTMEN AND SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS : 

FRANK B. RICH (Chairman), ALONZO W. DUNBAR, 

FRED Y. FRENCH, EDWARD Q. DYER, 

JAMES F. BRING. 



Assessors : 

CHAS. F. MORRISON (Chairman), GEO. W. CHAPMAN, 

FRANK GREENWOOD. 



TOWN CLERK : 

HENRY B. TERE.Y. 



TOWN TREASURER : 

HENRY S. BUNTON. 



OVERSEERS OF THE POOR 

GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, . ' . 
CHARLES LEWIS ( Chairman), 
GEORGE E. HAVEN, .... 



BOARD OF HEALTH 

CHARLES F. STACK, . . 
WILLIAM W. SCOTT (Chairman), 
WILLARD S. EVERETT, 



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COLLECTOR OF TAXES : 

GEORGE SANFORD, ( for taxes of 1900). 
RANDOLPH P. MOSELEY, ( for taxes of 1901 ), 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE : 

ELLA F. BOYD, .... 

SAMUEL T. ELLIOTT, 

EDWARD I. HUMPHREY (Chairman), 

CHARLES G. CHICK, . 

WILBUR H. POWERS, . 

WILLIAM G. COLESWORTHY, . 

ANDREW WASHBURN, . 

EDWARD S. FELLOWS, 

FRANK F. COURTNEY, 



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SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS : 

FRANK O. DRAPER. 



AUDITORS : 

FRED C. STONE (Chairman), FRANK C. TITCOMB, 

WILLIAM J. DOWNEY. 



TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY : 

CHARLES G. CHICK, .... term expires 

G. FRED GRIDLEY, .... term expires 

FREDERICK L. JOHNSON, . . . term expires 

CHARLES F. JENNEY, . . . term expires 

AMOS H. BRAINARD, . . . term expires 

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CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS 

JOHN O'CONNELL, .... 
GEORGE E. WHITING, 
CHARLES F. JENNEY, 



PARK COMMISSIONERS 

JOHN J. ENNEKING ( Chairman ) , 
LAWSON B. BIDWELL, 
WILBUR H. POWERS, . 



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BOARD OF SEWER COMMISSIONERS 



WILLIAM U.- FAIRBAIRN, . 

CHARLES HALEY, 

DAVID PERKINS (Chairman), 



CONSTABLES 



JOHN M. BROWN, 
FRED C. BIGELOW, 
DANIEL O'CONNELL, 
ELMER P. RUNNELLS, 



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ROBERT E. GRANT, 
JAMES A. CULLEN, 
ALEXANDER SCHWAB, 
ELDRIDGE H. DYER, 



MICHAEL J. MAGUIRE. 



CHIEF OF POLICE : 

DANIEL O'CONNELL. 



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 for your consideration 

the following as their report for the year ending January 

31, 1902 : 

FINANCE. 

The funded debt of the town January 31, 1901, was as 
follows : 

School Buildings bonds, $ 6,000.00 
Sewerage bonds, ' 135,000.00 

Public Library Building bonds, 21,000.00 



^162,000.00 
In addition to the interest payments made during the 
year, $9,000 of the above bonds have been paid. 

In March last the town voted to issue $60,000 in 
bonds for the new High School Building and in May 
$17,000.00 for the new school 'in the East River street 
district, making the funded debt of the town January 31, 
1902, as follows : 

School House buildings, $ 4,000.00 

Sewerage bonds, 130,000.00 

Public Library, 19,000.00 

High School,. 60,000.00 

East River Street School, 17,000.00 

^230,000.00 
During the ensuing year $13,000 of the above bonds 

mature which will have to be provided for in the tax levy. 
By vote of the town an additional appropriation of 

$3,000 was made for the Board of Health to be paid from 

the tax levy of 1902. 



Slate Tax, 1900, $5,130.00 i9oi> $6,142.50 

County " 1900, 8,397,32 1901, 7,498.50 

Tax rate for 1901, $17.80, same as in the previous year. 

METROPOLITAN ASSESSMENTS. 

In 1901 the town paid in state assessments as follows : 
South Metropolitan Sewerage, $ 6,838.17 

Metropolitan Water, 1,992.40 

Readville Grade Crossings, 10,962.63 



$19,793.20 
The assessments in 1900 were $18,742.90. 

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. 
The Selectmen re-appointed Clarence G. Norris, Superin- 
tendent of Streets, who has managed this department- in 
an able manner. The town appropriated $18,000, the 
same as in the previous year. This has been expended 
carefully, and in addition to the necessary general repairs, 
many improvements are of a permanent nature, more partic- 
ularly specified in the Superintendent of Streets' report 
on another page. 

NEW STREETS. 
At a town meeting in May, it was voted, on recommenda- 
tion of the Board of Selectmen, to accept as public ways 
two streets in the East River street district, and appropria- 
tions were made for the same as follows : 

Monponset street, ' $500.00 

Holmfield avenue, 372.82 

The work has been completed within the appropriation. 

BRIDGES. 
Repairs necessary for the public safety were made on 
several bridges, about $1,200 being expended. There 
being no special appropriation, the amount was paid from 
the highway account. 



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MILTON STREET WIDENING. 

A decree of the County Commissioners ordered the 

widening of Milton street from Hyde Park avenue to the 

ine of the Neponset River reservation near Pauls bridge. 

This has been done by arrangement with the Blue Hill 

Street Railway, who were given a location over the street. 

The entire expense of land damages and construction was 

borne by that company. 

STREET WATERING. 
The town appropriation for this work was $4,500, as in 
the previous year. The same number of carts ( six ) have 
been in use and are in fair repair. There is a small 
balance unexpended. 

STREET LIGHTS. 
The town appropriated $10,300 for street lights. At 
various town meetings the Selectmen were authorized to 
add two arc and four incandescent lights, making one 
hundred and thirty-seven arc and seventy-eight incandes- 
cent lights now furnished the -town by the Hyde Park 
Electric Light Company. A few oil and gas lights are 

also in use. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

The Selectmen appointed as engineers of the Fire 
Department, J. C. McDougald, John H. Wetherbee and 
Willis G. Robinson, being the same board who have served 
the town faithfully the previous year, and they have con- 
tinued their good record for prompt and efficient service. 

The list of fires and details of expenditures will be 
found on another page. 

FIRE HYDRANT SERVICE. 
No addition was made to the number of hydrants during 
the year, there being one hundred and eighty-three in 



number, the same as in the last report. No direct appro- 
priation was made for this service, the cost of which was, 
by vote of the town, taken from the amounts received for 
Corporation and National Bank Taxes. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief-of-Police Daniel O'Connell and the following pa- 
trolmen, Messrs. John M. Brown, J. A. Cullen, Fred C. 
Bigelow, Alexander Schwab, Elmer P. Runnells and 
Michael J. Maguire were reappointed by the Selectmen. 

Messrs. Brown and Maguire resigned during the year 
and special officers Robert E. Grant and Andrew W. Hen- 
derson were promoted to regular patrolmen. The depart- 
ment is well managed and doing good work. The appro- 
priation was $9,600.00. On account of the smallpox cases 
special men were required, and to meet this extra expense 
$1,000.00 was transferred from the incidental account to 

this department. 

ACTIONS AT LAW. 

The petitions brought in 1898 by George S. Eee, Trus- 
tee, George S. Lee, Administrator, Lola B. Page and the 
Real Estate and Building Company, as described in pre- 
vious annual reports, for damages caused by re-locating 
and changing the grade of Hyde Park avenue, have been, 
settled by the payment by the town of the taxable costs. 

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 
damages to premises between Beacon street and the Neponset 
River, both growing out of the sewer construction, de- 
scribed in previous annual reports, are still pending before 
Charles A. Williams, Esq., as auditor. 

In the land damage cases brought by Washburn, Eustis, 
Hurter and Bursch, occasioned by the taking by the Sewer 



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Commissioners, under the Sewer Act, more fully described 
in the last annual report, the exceptions taken by the pe- 
titioners have not yet been allowed by the Justice of the 
Superior Court, before whom the cases were tried. 

On the fifty-one petitions for land damages, more fully 
described in previous annual reports, fifteen have been dis- 
posed of since the last annual report ; four are now pending. 

Petition by William B. de las Casas, et al. Metropolitan 
Park Commissioners, dated March 27, 1900, for appoint- 
ment of commissioners to determine payment by cities and 
towns under Acts of 1899, Chapter 419, more fully 
described in last annual report. The Supreme Judicial 
Court, on ]\Iarch 2, 1901, handed down a decision recom- 
mitting the commissioners' report, and ordering that the 
grounds of their judgment be stated. The commissioners 
filed a supplemental report, and the case is now pending on 
objections to the same by the towns of Brookline and Milton. 

Peter Rogers v. Hyde Park. The plaintiff claims dam- 
ages in ^4,000 for personal injuries alleged to have been re- 
ceived by reason of an obstruction in the sidewalk in Water 
street. Writ dated April 24, 1901, returnable in the Superior 
Court for Norfolk County last June. This case is pending, 

W^illiam K. Peabody, etal, v. Edward I. Humphrey, et al. 
Bill in equity brought in the Superior Court for Norfolk 
County last July, by William K. Peabody, Henry S. Hol- 
tham and George W. Chapman, against Edward I. Hum- 
phrey, Samuel T. Elliott, James F. Pring, Frank O. Draper 
and John G. Ray, a committee appointed at a town meet- 
ing to construct a schoolhouse in the East River street dis- 
trict, and Henry S. Bunton, Town Treasurer, and praying 
for an injunction against the defendants. Demurrer to the 
bill was filed by the defendants, and on December 26th 
bill was dismissed. 



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Johanna McAskill v. Hyde Park. Plaintiff claims dam- 
ages in $5,ooofor personal injuries alleged to have been 
caused by stepping into a hole in the sidewalk in Fair- 
mount avenue. Writ dated September 3rd last, returnable 
in October in the Superior Court for Norfolk County. 
Pending. 

Catherine E. Stanford v. Hyde Park. Plaintiff claims 
damages in $5,000 for personal injuries alleged to have 
been caused by tripping over a stake at the junction of 
River and Monponset streets. Writ dated October 28, 
1 901, returnable in the Superior Court, Norfolk County, in 
December. Pending. 

Gorham E. Stanford v. Hyde Park. Action brought by 
the husband of Catherine E. Stanford, plaintiff in the case 
last above mentioned, claiming damages in the sum of 
$3,000 for expense and loss of service by reason of said al- 
leged injuries to his wife. Writ dated October 28, 1901, 
returnable in the Superior Court, Norfolk County, in De- 
cember, 1 90 1. Upon a demurrer to the maintenance of 
the action being filed by the town, the case was disposed 
of by an entry of " neither party." 

Thomas Rooney v. Hyde Park and John Cavanagh & 
Company. Plaintiff claims damages in the sum of $5,000 
for personal injuries alleged to have been caused by falling 
into a hole in Damon street, near its intersection with the 
tracks of the New York, New Haven and Hartford R, R. 
Writ dated December 30, 1901, returnable in the Superior 
Court for Norfolk County, in February, 1902. 

FRANK B. RICH, 
FRED Y. FRENCH, 
ALONZO W. DUNBAR, 
EDWARD Q. DYER, 
JAMES F. BRING, 
January 31, 1902. Selectmen of Hyde Park. 



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



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



March 4, 1901. 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 

Highways. 

William C. Deagle, 161 

*Alonzo W. Dunbar, 970 

*Edward Q. Dyer, 962 

*Fred Y. French, 971 

John J. Gallagher, 281 

John Johnston, 808 

John O'Connell, 528 

* James F. Pring, 878 

*Frank B. Rich, i)035 

William W. Scott, 515 

Town Clerk. 

*Henry B. Terry, i)435 

Town Treasurer. 

*Henry S. Bunton, 1,404 

Collector of Taxes. 

Edwin C. Farwell, 522 

William F. Mclntyre, 335 

^Randolph P. Moseley, 784 

Albert E. Tibbetts, 73 



Assessors. 

*George W. Chapman, 1,208 

*Frank Greenwood, 1,017 

Joseph J. Houston, 754 

William E. Keane, 139 

Olof P. Lindgren, 141 

*Charles F. Morrison, 1,114 

Board of Health. 

James G. Bolles, 504 

Charles T. Grififiths, 253 

*Charles F. Stack, 874 

Auditors. 

James F. Burns, 271 

*William J. Downey, 785 

Charles Friede, 166 

Rutledge Kelheur, 171 

George R. Lovering, 526 

Walter T. McDonough, 266 

*Fred C. Stone, 884 

*Frank C. Titcomb, 827 



*Declared elected. 



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Overseer of the Poor. 



Park Commissioner. 

*John J. Enneking, 937 

James F. Sullivan, 502 

Constables. 

Albion P. Biclcmore, 485 

*Fred C. Bigelow, 965 

*John M. Brown, 1,05 7 

Michael J. Carroll, 341 

Jeremiah P. Cashman, 276 

*James A. Cullen, 961 

*Eldridge H. Dyer, 751 

Robert E. Grant, 1,019 

John J. Harrington, 478 

James J. Maguire, 270 

*Michael J. Maguire, 733 

John F. Mullen, 191 

Michael J. O'Brien, 189 

*Daniel O'Connell, 956 

*Elmer P. Runnells, 85 8 

*A]exander Schwab, 955 

George H. Stickney, 261 

Richard J. Sullivan, 367 

" Shall licenses be granted for the sale of intoxicating liquors in 
this town?" Yes 662 ; No 890. 

The following were chosen, by viva voce vote, to the office set 
against their names : 
Bartholomew B. Kivlin, ") 
Jeremiah Corbett, \ Fence Viewers. 

William K. Peabody, ) 
Bartholomew B. Kivlin, ~\ 
Henry V. Harwood )- 

Daniel Harrington, ) 

Bartholomew B. Kivlin, Pound Keeper. 
Adjourned at 11.57, P.M. 



*George VV. Chapman, 


1,242 


Orison W. Lawrence, 


258 


School Committee, 3 


years. 


*Ella F. Boyd, 


1,150 


*Samuel T. Elliott, 


1,123 


* Edward I. Humphrey, 


1,160 


Michael Mannion, 


361 


Trustees of the Public 


Library 


Henry B. Carrington, 


605 


*Charles G. Chick, 


1,088 


Frank E. Conley, 


369 


*G. Fred Gridley, 


962 


* Frederick L. Johnson, 


844 


Tree Warden. 




*George Anderson, 


1,050 


Charles A. DevUn, 


362 


Sewer Commissioner. 


* William U. Fairbairn, 


1,012 


William Kent Peabody, 


182 


Michael Murphy, 


336 



Field Drivers. 



*Declared elected. 



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March 28, 1901, a town meeting was held in Waverly 
Hall, when the following articles were acted upon : 

Art. I. To choose a moderator to preside at said meet- 
ing. 

Charles G. Chick, Esq., chosen. 

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 in the year 1900. 

To the pubHc library for purchase of books. 

Art. 5. To see if the town will appropriate the money 
now in the hands of the Treasurer, received by him as 
sidewalk, street or Board of Health assessments or better- 
ments, and all money which shall be received by him the 
current year on account of such assessments or betterments, 
for the purpose of constructing or repairing public ways. 

So appropriated. 

Art. 6. 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. 7. To see if the town will authorize its Collector 
of Taxes to use all means of collecting the taxes which a 
Town Treasurer, when appointed a collector, may use. 

So authorized. 

Art. 8. To see if the town will authorize its Treas- 
urer, with the approval of the Selectmen, to borrow money 
to renew or replace any loan or loans. 

So authorized. 



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Art. 9. 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, $1,500. 

Art. 10. To fix the salaries of the town officers for 
the current mimicipal year. 

All salaries to be same as paid last year. 

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

Same as last year, ($600.) 

Art. 12. To see what compensation the town will 
vote to pay the Secretary of the Board of Assessors, and for 
extra clerical services for the Board, for the current muni- 
cipal year. 

Same as last year, ($250.) 

Art. 13. To fix the compensation of the engineers and 
the several members of the fire department for their 
services the current municipal year. 

Chief Engineer, $150 ; Assistant-Engineers, ^125 each; 4 "Per- 
manent Men," (drivers) $900 each; " Call men," $75 each. 

Art. 14. To see what discount the town will vote to 
allow on all taxes paid on or before October i, 1901 ; and 
what interest the town will vote to charge 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. 

Art. 15. To see if the town will appropriate two 
hundred dollars to Post 121, Grand Army of the Republic, 
for the expense of decorating the graves of deceased 
soldiers. 

So appropriated. 

Art. 16. To see if the town will authorize its Select- 
men to contract with the Hyde Park Electric lyight Co., 



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for the remainder of the term of our street lighting con- 
tract, for lights to be placed as follows : One arc light on 
Milton street (West) ; three incandescent lights on George 
street ; and one incandescent light on Emmett street. 
So authorized. 

Art. 17. "To see if the town will appropriate $700 to 
re-slate the roof of the Damon School." 
$700 appropriated therefor. 

Art. 18. " To see what action the town will take rela- 
tive to a new schoolhouse in the East River Street dis- 
trict." 

Voted to build a new schoolhouse in the East River Street district 
and that Edward I. Humphrey, Charles G. Chick, Samuel T. Elliott, 
Frank O. Draper and John G. Ray be a committee to procure plans 
and estimates therefor, investigate as to a sight for the same, if pos- 
sible procure options for sites, and report to the town at a meeting 
to be held on or before June 20th next. 

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

Voted to raise by taxation the current year the sum of ^157,785, 
and to appropriate the same as follows : 
Schools, 

Salaries and Fuel, ^39,000 

Incidentals, 3)8oo 

Text Books and Supplies, 3,000 

Evening Schools, 900 

Industrial Schools, 400 



,100 



Repairs on Damon School, 700 

Bonds and Notes Maturing, 9,000 

Interest, 10,000 

Highways, 18,000 



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Street Watering, $ 4,500 

Incidentals, - 11,000 

Police, 9,600 

Fire Department, 11,300 

Overseers of Poor, 8,000 

Street Lights, 10,300 

Public Library, 4,000 

Salaries, 5,585 

Board of Health, 6,500 

G. A. R. Post, 200 

Insurance, 2,000 



^157,785 
Art. 20. " To see what action the town will take in re- 
gard to the erection of a new High School Building, and 
how the money therefor shall be raised." 

Voted that the town erect a new High School Building upon the 
present High School lot, and appropriate the sum of sixty thousand 
( ^60,000) dollars to pay therefor. 

Voted that the School Committee be authorized to erect a new 
High School Building upon the present High School lot in accord- 
ance with the preceding vote. 

Art. 21. " To see if the town will issue any bonds, 
notes or scrip and fix the form, amounts, times of payment 
and rates of interest thereof and thereon for the purpose of 
erecting a new High School Building, as permitted under 
Chapter 221 of the Acts of the Legislature of Massachusetts 
of 1894." 

Voted to issue bonds to the amount of ^60,000, payable ^3,000, 
each year for twenty years, at rate of interest not exceeding four per 
cent, the proceeds of said bonds to be "supplied so far as needed in 
the erection and furnishing of a High School Building." 

Art. 22. " To see what disposition the town will make 
of the present High School Building," 



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Voted that the School Committee be authorized to sell, dispose of, 
•move or use the present High School Building in whatever way they 
may vote. 

Art. 23. To see if the town will vote to change the 
number of constables to be hereafter chosen at its annual 
meeting for the choice of town officers, from nine to five. 

Number so changed. 

Art. 24. " To see what action the town will take rela- 
tive to the investment as a permanent fund of the whole or 
some part of the money now in its possession or hereafter 
received by it as proceeds of the sales of the right of burial 
in Fairview Cemetery, the income of such fund to be used 
in the improvement and embellishment of said Cemetery." 

Voted that the money now in the Town Treasury as the proceeds 
of the sale of rights of burial in Fairview Cemetery, and any money 
that may hereafter be in said Treasury as the proceeds of the sale of 
said right of burial be kept separate and apart from other funds in 
the Town Treasury, and that the town pay to said fund for the use 
thereof interest thereon at the rate of four per centum per annum. 

Art. 25. To hear the reports of any outstanding com- 
mittees, and act thereon. 

Indefinitely postponed. 

Art. 26. To see what action the town will take on the 
recommendations of the Auditors as set forth in the last 
" Town Report."- 

Voted that the Sewer Commissioners be requested to "refund" all 
sums, collected by them from parties whose premises have been con- 
nected with the sewer, charged by said commissioners "under the 
item of superintendence, etc." 

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

Authorized to borrow $125,000. 

Adjourned at 9.18, P. M. 



May 27, 1901, a town meeting was held in Waverly Hall 
when the following articles were acted upon : 

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

Charles G. Chick, Esq., chosen. 

Art. 2. To hear the report of the Selectmen laying out 
Monponset street, as a public town way, and to see if the 
town wnll accept and allow said laying out with the boun- 
daries and admeasurements of said way as shown by report, 
plan and profile now on file in the Town Clerk's office. 

Accepted, and $500 appropriated to build said street; to be taken 
from money in treasury received from town of Milton on account of 
Beacon-street drain. 

Art. 3. To hear the report of Selectmen laying out 
Holmfield avenue, as a public town way, and to see if the 
town will accept and allow said la>ing out with the boun- 
daries and admeasurements of said way as shown by report, 
plan and profile now on file in the Town Clerk's ofifice. 

Accepted. ^372.82 appropriated to build said avenue; to be taken 
from money in treasury as set forth under Art. 2. 

Art. 4. " To see if the town will appropriate such 
sum as may be received as premium upon the sale of the 
High School building bonds authorized March 28, last, 
for the use of the building committee in the erection and 
furnishing the new High School building." 

So appropriated. 

Art. 5. " To hear the report of the committee appoint- 
ed by the Town on March 28, last, relative to the erection 
of a new school building in the East River street district 
and act thereon." 

Report made and accepted. 

Art 6. " To see .what sum the town will appropriate 
for the purchase of land for a site and the erection of a 
new school building thereon in the East River street 
district, and how the same shall be raised." 



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$i7,ooo appropriated therefor, to be raised by issue of bonds, 
(see next article). Moderator appointed Messrs. Edward I. 
Humphrey, Samuel T. Elliott, James F. Pring, Frank O. Draper and 
John G. Ray, a committee to spend said money for said purpose. 

Art. 7. " To see if the town will issue any bonds, 
notes, or scrip and fix the form, amounts-, times of pay- 
ment and rate of interest thereon, for the purpose of 
purchasing a site and erecting a new school building there- 
on, in the East River street district, as permitted under 
Chap. 221 of the Acts of the Legislature of Massachusetts 
of 1894." 

Voted to issue bonds to the amount of $17,000, payable $1,000 
each year for seventeen years, at four per cent, interest, the pro- 
ceeds thereof and any premium derived from sale of said bonds to 
be used for purpose set forth in this article. 

Art. 8. "To see what action the Town will take to 
improve the sanitary condition of the Grew School build- 
ing, appropriate the money therefor and say how the same 
shall be raised." 

$2,000 appropriated therefor, to be taken from money in the 
treasury received as fines from defendants in criminal cases ; to be 
expended under direction of the School Committee. 

Adjourned at 8.50, P. M. 



July 31, 1901. A town meeting was held in Waverly 
Hall, when the following articles were acted upon : — 

Art. I. To choose a moderator to preside at said meet- 
ing. 

Mr. Amos H. Brainard was chosen. 

Art. 2. To see if the town will vote to change the 
name of " Blue Hill Court," so called. 

Changed to Wolcott Court. 

Art. 3. To see if the town will appoint a committee 
to consider the matter of additions to its by-laws. 



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Committee of five appointed by Moderator to consider and report 
at a future meeting. 

Art. 4. To see if the town will discontinue that por- 
tion of the town way known as Damon street, which lies 
between the old line of the Boston & Providence Railroad 
location and a line drawn across said street at right angles 
to the northerly line thereof, from a stone bound in said 
northerly line at the southeast corner of land formerly of 
B. B. & R. Knight, and about 81.3 feet from the easterly 
line of Knight street, so called. 

Discontinued. 

Adjourned at 8.20, P. M. 



NovKMBER 5, 1901, the annual election of Stace, 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 ; 

1,469 ballots were cast. The votes received for the various can- 
didates were as follows : 

For Governor 

Michael T. Berry, Socialist Labor Party, 39 

W. Murray Crane, Republican, 969 

John B. Lewis, Jr., Prohibition, 20 

Josiah Quincy, Democratic, 311 

George H. Wrenn, Democratic Social, 89 

Scattering and Blanks, 41 

For Lieutenant-Governor 

John L. Bates, Republican, 970 

John W. Coughlin, Democratic, 283 

Alfred E. Jones, Socialist Labor Party, 35 

William H. Partridge, Prohibition, 20 

Charles W. White, Democratic Social, 96 

Scattering and Blanks, 65 



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For Secretary 

Frederick W. Clark, Prohibition, ^^ 

Alonzo H. Dennett, Democratic Social, io8 

Jeremiah O'Fihelly, Socialist Labor Party, 53 

William M. Olin, Republican, 940 

Willmore B. Stone, Democratic, 232 
Scattering and Blanks, 103 

For Treasurer and Receiver General 

George E. Batchelder, Prohibition, 33 

Wendell P. Bosworth, Democratic Social, 109 

Edward S. Bradford, Republican, 934 

Joseph L. Chalifoux, Democratic, 235 

Frederick A. Nagler, Socialist Labor Party, 42 
Scattering and Blanks, 116 

For Auditor 

James F. Dean, Democratic, 244 

Frank Keefe, Socialist Labor Party, 57 

John H. Smith, Prohibition, 43 

Frank Thompson, Democratic Social, 96 

Henry E. Turner, Republican, 906 
Scattering and Blanks, 123 

For Attorney-General 

Allen Coffin, Prohibition, 32 

John T. Hargraves, Socialist Labor Party, 56 

Herbert Parker, Republican, 906 

Arthur A. Putnam, Democratic, 256 

. Clarence E. Spelman, Democratic Social, 97 
Scattering and Blanks, 122 

For Councillor 

Michael J. Collins, Democratic, 250 

Arthur A. Maxwell, Republican, 934 

Walter T. McDonough, Democratic Social, 164 
Blanks, 121 

For Senator 

Charles F. King, Democratic, 260 

William M. Packard, Democratic Social, 132, 



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Eugene H. Sprague, Republican, 935 

James L. Wildes, Prohibition, 26 

Scattering and Blanks, 116 

For Representative in General Court 

Patrick H, Crowley, Democratic, • 241 

Edward Q. Dyer, Republican, 944 

John J. Gallagher, Democratic Social, 170 

Scattering and Blanks, 114 

For County Commissioner 

Gustave B. Bates, Democratic Social, 148 

Thomas Blanchard, Republican, 898 

John Cavanaugh, Democratic,' 257 

Scattering and Blanks, 166 

For County Commissioner (To fill vacancy) 

% Watts H. Bowker, Republican, 535 

Marshall P. Wright, Repub. Ind. Nom. Paper, Democratic, 772 
Scattering and Blanks, 162 

For Associate Commissioners 

John Everett, Republican, 957 

Lewis R. Whitaker, Republican, 776 

Scattering and Blanks, ' I5205 

For District Attorney 

James P. Barlow, Democratic Social, 198 

Asa P. French, Republican, Democratic, 15044 

Scattering and Blanks, 227 

For Clerk of Courts 

Louis A. Cook, Democratic, Republican, 1,089 

Blanks, 3-80 

For Sheriff 

Samuel H. Capen, Democratic, Republican, ijO?^ 

Peter M. Carlson, Democratic Social, 191 

Scattering and Blanks, 202 

January 8, 1902. A town meeting was held in Waver- 
ly Hall, when the following articles were acted upon : — 
Art. I. To choose a moderator to preside at said meet- 



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Charles G. Chick, Esq., was chosen. 

Art. 2. To hear the report of the committee on addi- 
tional by-laws, and of any other outstanding committee, 
and act thereon. 

The report of the committee on additional by-laws was read by 
Mr. Frank B. Rich. The report recommended certain by-laws, 
relating to public carriages and to the licensing of junk dealers, 
which were adopted by the town. No' other committee reported. 

Art. 3. To see if the town will appropriate the money 
now in the hands of its treasurer, received by him prior to 
November i, 1901, under the provisions of Sections 5, 9 
and 28 of Chapter 578 of the Acts of the year 1898, for 
the construction, repair and maintenance of its public ways, 
and the removal of snow therefrom. 

So appropriated. 

Art. 4. To make an additional appropriation for the 
police department. 

$1,000 appropriated, (from money in treasury received as fines 
in criminal cases). 

Art. 5. " To see if the town will appropriate the sum 
of three hundred dollars for the evening- schools, and to 
see how the same shall be raised. " 

$300 appropriated, (by transfer from incidental appropriation). 

Art. 6. To see if the town will authorize its Selectmen 
to contract with the Hyde Park Electric Light Co. for the 
remainder of the term of our street lighting contract for 
one arc light to be placed on Hyde Park avenue, near 
Irving street. 

So authorized. 

Art. 7. To make an additional appropriation for the 
Board of Health. 

$4,600 appropriated, ( $1,600 from incidental appropriation and 
^3,000 to be raised by taxation next year) . 

Adjourned at 8.24, P. M. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT 
OF STREETS. 



To THE Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

Gentlemen — I herewith submit to you, my report as 
Superintendent of Streets for the year ending January 
31, 1902. 

There has been built of streets as follows : 6,540 lineal 
feet with crushed stone and 2,335 lineal feet with gravel,, 
and there have been resurfaced with crushed stone 3,200- 
lineal feet, and 4,430 lineal feet with gravel. 

There have been constructed 9,800 lineal feet of gravel or 
cinder sidewalks and 6,500 lineal feet resurfaced. 

There have been used upon the streets and sidewalks 
6,500 tons of crushed stone and 1,600 double and 2,000 
single loads of gravel. Sevente-en hundred tons of this 
stone came from the town plant and 4,800 tons from the 
Sallies Rock Tunnel. There are about 30 tons of stone 
dust on hand at the town plant. 8,400 lineal feet of gutter 
have been paved with cobble stone and 450 feet relaid. 
There have been set 550 feet of edgestone and 300 feet 
reset. 

There have been laid or relaid 650 feet of drain pipe and 
I stone culvert built and 2 others rebuilt. 

There have been put down 1,675 square yards of tar con- 
crete in sidewalks, crossings and gutters, and 930 square 
yards resurfaced. 

There have been built 3 catch basins and i rebuilt. 

There have been expended $1,278.26 in bridge repairs. 



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Monponset street and Holmfield avenue have been ac- 
cepted during the year, and built. There have been paid 
out for carting, outside of street watering and snow ac- 
counts, $1,240 for double carts and $1,268 for single carts. 

The town stable, with teamsters, feed, interest, black- 
smithing, stable and equipment repairs charged against it 
and the actual use of carts at the cost of hired teams 
credited to it, has a balance in favor of the town of $653.32. 

Removal of snow and ice cost $1,220.78. 

In street watering there have been used the same number 
of watering carts but there has been added seven new 
water cranes. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CLARENCE G. NORRIS, 

Superintendent of Streets. 



REPORT OF INSPECTOR OF 
BUILDINGS. 



Hyde Park, Mass., January 29, 1902. 
To THE Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

Gentlemen — I herewith submit my first annual report as 
Inspector of Buildings for the town of Hyde Park for the 
year ending January 31, 1902. 

Whole number of permits issued from May i, 

1901, to Jan. 31, 1902, 48 

Permits issued for new buildings, 34 

Permits issued for repairs and alterations 14 

Number of visits made to various buildings in 
process of erection afid repair, including 
inspection of shops, factories, etc., from 
May I, 1901, to January 31, 1902, 392 

Number of notices sent to parties not com- 
plying with the law relating to buildings, 11 

I have submitted my report to Rufus R. Wade, Chief, 
Massachusetts District Police. 

Very truly yours, 

GEORGE H. SNOW, 

Inspector of Buildings. 



REPORT OF CHIEF OF POLICE. 



To THE Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

Gentlemen — I have the honor herewith to submit my 
third annual report of the Police Department for the year 
ending January 31, 1902, with some recommendations and 
suggestions which I deem necessary for the successful wel- 
fare of this department. 

Whole number of persons arrested, 259 

Males, 238 

Females, 21 



CAUSES FOR ARREST. 

Assault and battery, 

Assault on an officer, 

Adultery, 

Breaking and entering, 

Bastardy, ^ 

Cruelty to animals. 

Drunkenness, 

Disturbing the peace. 

Evading car fare, 

Embezzlement, 

Forgery, 

Fornication, 

Insane, 

Idle and disorderly, 

Illegal sale of liquor, 

Kidnapping, 

Liquor nuisance, 

Larceny, 

Non-support, 

Peddling without a license, 



22 
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I 
6 
2 
I 

143 
22 
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8 
2 
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7 

"19 
3 
2 



28 • 

Selling cigarettes to minor, i 

Truants, 2 

Violation of park laws, 5 

Walking on railroad track, i 

Rape, I 



NATIVITY OF PERSONS ARRESTED. 



259 



Canada, 


10 


England, 


IS 


Greece, 


3 


Germany, 


2 


Ireland, 


49 


Italy, 


9 


New Brunswick, 


5 


Newfoundland, 


2 


Nova Scotia, 


7 


Prince Edward Island, 


4 


Poland, 


6 


Scotland, 


IS 


Russia, 


2 


Sweden, 


6 


United States, 


124 


OCCUPATION 




Blacksmiths, 


3 


Barbers, 


3 


Bookkeeper, 


I 


Brickmasons, 


3 


Cotton Workers, 


9 


Carpenters, 


12 


Clerks, 


3 


Cab Drivers, 


2 


Contractor, 


I 


Dressmaker, 


I 


Expressmen, 


2 



2S9* 



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Engineer, i 

Furniture Dealer, i 

Firemen, 3 

Farmers, 2 

Fruit Dealers, 2 

Gardener, ' i 

Housewives, 15 

Hair Spinners, 4 

Hostlers, 7 

Iron Moulders, S 

Insurance Agent, i 

Laborers, 83 

Linemen, 2 

Laundryman, i 

Liquor Dealers, 2 

Minor, i 

Marble Polisher, i 

Machinists, 13 

Painters, 9 

Canvasser, i 

Peddlers, 2 

Piano Teacher, i 

Real Estate Agent, i 

Rubber Worker i 

Storekeepers, 2 

School Boys, 20 

Shoe Worker, i 

Shorthand Writer, i 

Salesman, i 

Teamsters, 8 

Woolen Workers, 21 

Cigar Maker, i 

Grocer, i 

Messenger, i 

Baker, i 

Waiter, i 



259 



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FINAL DISPOSITION OF CASES. 

Awaiting trial, 

Appealed, 

Committed to House of Correction, 

Committed to House of Correction for non-payment 

of fines, 
Committed to Workhouse at Bridgewater, 
Committed to Insane Asylum, 
Discliarged, 

Discharged for want of prosecution, 
Fines paid, 

Held for the Grand Jury, 
Not Guilty, 
Probation, 
Placed on file. 
Turned over to other officers, 



2 

4 

S 

82 
I 
8 

21 

3 
46 

7 

I 

42 

30 

7 



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, 
Injured persons provided for, 
Imprisonment imposed by court, 



^1,2 12.00 

9.18 

32 gallons 

^542.00 

432-50 
384 
17 
15 
51 
42 

7 
21 

5 
3 

3 years, 6 months 



259 



Lost children found, and restored to parents, 
Lights hung on obstructions. 



13 

45 



31 

Lost articles found and restored to owners, 14 

Notified Water Co. of leaks in pipes, 9 

Number of persons fined, 132 

Street lights reported not burning, 1,180 

Search warrants served for intoxicating liquors, 16 

Stray horses taken care ot, 11 

Travellers lodged over night, 3>55^ 

RECOMMENDATIONS. 

The police force consists of seven men, five men as- 
signed to all-night duty and two day men. There should 
be three more men at night, one to be on duty at the 
station, and I would so recommend. You will see the 
necessity of a larger police force the coming year, as two 
large plants are about to start up during the year, employ- 
ing several thousand workmen. I would renew my recom- 
mendations of last year in relation to the crimnal fines 
and patrol wagon. I would also recommend the adoption 
of a police, signal system which is a necessity in a well- 
regulated police department. It keeps the officer in charge 
in touch with all officers when on duty, also allows each 
officer to report his duty once in so often at different places 
on his beat. The station wants to be thoroughly renovat- 
ed and painted. 

In conclusion I desire to thank the entire force for their 
co-operation and loyal service, and you, gentlemen of the 
board, for the uniform courtesy and support you have given 
me, also his honor the Judge and Clerk of the district 
court of Northern Norfolk for their help in many ways. 

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, 1902. 
The department has responded to 48 alarms during the 

past year, 30 bell, 18 still. 

Value Loss Insurance 

Buildings, $449,300.00 ^9,870.00 ^394,900.00 

Contents, 17,800.00 5,560.00 15,800.00 



^467,100.00 ;^i5, 430.00 $410,700.00 

We have changed the horses on the Hook and Ladder 
truck, and have now a first-class pair. 

We have added two new boxes and have extended the 
fire-alarm system and enlarged and improved the battery ; 
repaired and painted the Chemical Engine, have added the 
fittings to the Exercise Wagon, making a complete Hose 
Wagon. 

We have painted and repaired Hose 3, and purchased one 
thousand feet of new hose. 

The apparatus now consists of three hose wagons, one 
hose reel, one chemical engine, one hook and ladder truck, 
two five gallon hand chemical tanks, seven horses, five sets 
of double swinofing- harness, one singrle harness, five thou- 
sand feet of good hose, fourteen hundred feet of poor, one 
Eastman deluge set, one storage battery, thirty-eight fire 
alarm boxes, twenty-one miles of wire, ten single beds com- 
plete. Everything in good repair. 



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The department has had a very satisfactory year, every- 
thing being harmonious, the men answering all alarms 
promptly, doing their work willingly, and making the de- 
partment a credit to the to\Yn. 

And the Board of Engineers wish again to extend their 
thanks to the men for their faithful work for the past 
year. 

We would recommend that the town purchase a thou- 
sand feet of hose. 

The department now consists of the Chief Engineer, two 
assistants, five permanent men and thirty-eight call men, 
making a total of forty-eight. 



DEPARTMENT OFFICERS AND MEN. 



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

J. H. WETHERBEE, Clerk, 

W. G. ROBINSON. 



Hook and Ladder Co. No. i. 
W. R. McDOUGALD, Captain, 

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



Hose Co. No. i. 

E. N. BULLARD, Captain, 

W. W. SCOTT, Lieutenant, and 9 men. 



Hose Co. No. 2. 
M. J. FOLEY, Captain, 

L. C. MERCER, Lieutenant and 5 men. 



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Hose Co. No. 3. 

FRANK KUNKEL, Captain, 

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



Chemical Engine No. i. 

F. L. MERCER, Captain, 

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



Drivers. 



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

F.. A. HAWLEY, JAMES COLLINS. 



E. A. HAWLEY, Supt. Fire Alarms and Steward. 

J. C. McDOUGALD, Chief. 
J. H. WETHERBEE, 
W. Vr. ROBINSON. 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT. 



Number of births registered in Hyde Park in 1901. 34(> 

Males 174 

Females 166 

The parentage of the children is as follows : 

Both parents American 107 

Irish 34 

Scotch 3 

English 5 

Swedes 6 

Russian 7 

German . . . . „ 2 

Italian . 13 

of British Provinces 44 

Mixed, one parent American 84 

Both parents of other nationalities 35 

Born in January, 24; February, 27; March, 35; April, 36; May, 28; 
June, 24; July, 25 ; August, 27; September, 29 ; October, 33 : November. 
27 ; December, 25. 

MAKRIAGES. 

Number of intentions of marriages issued in 1901 127 

" marriages registered in 1901 130 

Oldest groom 63 

Oldest bride 61 

Youngest groom 18 

Youngest bride 14 

Both parties born in United States 62 

Ireland 4 

England 1 

Scotland 2 

Germany 2 

Sweden 1 

British Provinces & 

other foreign countries 7 

Foreign and American 42 

Married in January, 12; February, 3; March, 4; April, 8; May, 9; 
June, 29; July, 5; August, 6; September, 9; October, 16; November? 
16; December, 13. 



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The following are the names and residences of the parties whose mar- 
riages were solemnized in 1901, certificates of which have been tiled in 
this office : 

Jan. 1. John F. Cutler of Medford and Martha B. Carrington of Hyde 
Park. 
1. Lyndon H. Sullivan of Dedham and Alice R. Welch of Hyde 

Park. 
3. Patrick Connory of South Boston and Hannah Barry of Hyde 

Park. 
5. John A. Bruce and Elizabeth Lietch both of Hyde Park. 
-8. Charles E. Perry and Jessie A. McLeod both of Hyde Park. 

8. E,oyal A. Kenney of Hyde Park and Grace E. Baker of Sharon. 

9. Prank H. Shepherd of Hyde Park and Clara Lindholm of 

Milton. 
9. Patrick J. Connors of Westwood and Mary V. Cox of Hyde 

Park. 
9. John E. McCauley and Anna L. Olsen both of Hyde Park. 
16. Samuel B. Hannaford and Mary E. Dray both of Hyde Park. 
25. John H. Egan of Ayer and Margaret C. Flaherty of Hyde 

Park. 
31. Mark J. Cunningham and Lillie Motte both of Hyde Park. 
Feb. 6. Henry L. Turner of Boston and Hester S. Gosselin of Hyde 
Park. 
7. Robert C. Gardner of Hingham and Matilda H. Richardson of 

Hyde Park. 
19. Alphonse Auley and Ellen Flaherty both of Hyde Park. 
Mar. 14. Albert E. Rollins of Hyde Park and Ethel H. Wilkinson of 
Boston. 
19. Benjamin S. Baker of ISTew York, N. Y., and Margaret G. 
Utter of Denver, Col. 

27. Harry B. Starratt and Anna M- Gates both of Hyde Park. 

28. John D. O'Connell and Lillian A. Wright both of Hyde Park. 
Apr. 2. John D. Wright of Newton and Hattie V. Ketcham of Hyde 

Park." 
10. John W. Day of Hyde Park and Clara M. West of Boston. 
16. Edward W. Grew of H\de Park and Ruth Dexter of Boston. 
24. Harry W Palmer and Lou Ella Hamblin both of Hyde Park. 
24. Morgan Kelly of Hyde Park and Maria Walsh of Boston. 

24. Henry F. Arnold. Jr., of H3 de Park and Agnes A. Bigelow of 

Boston. 

25. Herbert E. Ross of New York and Helen McDermott of Hyde 

Park. 
30. George E. Kern of Boston and Isabella G. Cox of Hyde 
Park. 



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May 1. Joseph Ventola and Marie Garrona both of Hyde Park. 

1. Joseph J. Ross of East Dedham and Katherine G. Connell of 

Hyde Park. 

2. Michael A. O'Connor and Mary C. Connick both of Hyde 

Park. 
18. Charles A. Lind and Elizabeth Kelly both J of Hjde Park. 
22. Roscoe Meeken of Pawtncket, R. I., and Sophia "Webb of 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
26. Conrad J. Sellmanof Utica, N. Y., and Josie Connors of Hyde 

Park. 
26. Herman A. Beal of Hyde Park and Constance T. Williams of 

Boston. 
29. Henry G. Vose and Lillian L. Lewis both of Boston. 
29. Prederick Gardner of Gloucester and Amelia S. Hathaway of 

Hyde Park. 
June 1. Daniel O'Connell and Harriet I. Shattuck both of Hyde 

Park. 

2. Hugh McKenna of Hyde Park and Elizabeth T. McNaught of 

Boston. 

3. Samuel G. Meyers of Hyde Park and Emelia Klein of 

Lawrence. 

4. Joseph M. Burnett of Hyde Park and Margaret Crowe of En- 

field, N. H. 
4. Albert Blais and Margaret Conlan both of Hyde Park. 

4. Tbomas Martin. Jr., and Nettie B. Morrison both of Norwood. 

5. Beverly M. Chittick and Daisy M. Porsythe both of Hyde 

Park. 

5. Austin W. McLean and Emma W. Baessler both of Hyde 

Park. 

6. Calvin'B. Crooker, Jr., of Boston and Mary P. Jank of Hyde 

Park. 
9. George A. Rockwood and Carrie M. Maker both of Hyde 
Park. 

11. George F. Morton of Plymouth and Amelia M. Embree of Hyde 

Park. 

12. Prank N. Morley of Hyde Park and M. Gertrude Walton of 

Dedham. 
12. "William Gray of Boston and Elizabeth Munless of Hyde 

Park. 
12. Ernest A. James of Hyde Park and Mabelle B. Taft of 

Leominster. 

12. Charles L. Burnes and Agnes MacDonald both of Hyde 

Park. 

13. John J. Savage and Catherine Roach both of Hyde Park. 



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June 14. Ansel A. Stahl and Emma C. Johnson both of Milton. 

15. Hugh S. Tracy and Ellen G. Bergin both of Hyde Park. 

17. Thomas J. Barrett and Annie J. Deane both of Hyde Park. 
19. Harold L. Bradley and Helen M. Hyde both of Hyde Park. 

25, Clarke Waters and Emily R. Podbury both of Hyde Park. 

26. Ernest W. Parents of Hyde Park and Grace C. Andrews of 

Boston. 
26. Francis E. Rawclifl'e of Hyde Park and Amelia F. West of 

North Cambridge. 
26. Charles M. LeBallister of Old Town, Me., and Theresa A. 

Scott of Hyde Park. 
26. John J. Cahill of Quiacy and Katherine J. Mahoney of Hyde 

Park. 
26. Thomas Cumiskey of Cambridge and MaryE. Traiaorof Hyde 

Park. 

26. Frank J. Williams of Boston and Isabelle G. O'Connell of 

Hyde Park. 

27. Michael J. Sullivan and Nellie C. McKeon both of Hyde 

Park. 

27. Patrick H. Burke and Mary A. McGuire both of Hyde Park. 
July 3. Lee A. Willard and Sarah Straight both of Hyde Park. 

7. William T. Quinn and Mary Darley both of Hyde Park. 
22. Jeremiah P. Cashman and Mary E. Mitchell both of Hyde 

Park. 
25. John Hanley and Jessie Thompson both of Hyde Park. 
31. James L. Manning and Ella E. Bryant both of Hyde Park. 
Aug. 5. William H. Rouch and Anuie Clancy both of Hyde Park. 

6. George H. Foster of Boston and Nellie L. Merrill of Hyde 

Park. 
10. Elof Johnson and Anna M. Sten both of Hyde Park. 

28. Benjamin H. G. Colby of Gloucester and Annie B. Paynes of 

Hyde Park. 
28. Thomas F. McQueeney of Hyde Park and ICugenia Scott of 

Cambridge. 
28. David F. Barry and Mary M. McDonald both of Hyde Park. 
Sept. 2. William E. Chase and Mame A. Wills both of Hyde Park. 
4. William Anderson and Ellen S. Kulin both of Hyde Park. 
10. Charles H. Balkam of Hyde Park and Annie G. Bobbins of 
Charlestown. 

10. Frederick L. Lynch and Mary Norton both of Hyde Park. 

11. Eobert W. Walker of Hyde Park and Emma J. Carter of 

Randolph. 

18. Frederick B. Stevens of Hyde Park and Mabel B. Johnson of 

Chelsea. 



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Sept. 25. "William JMacFadgen and Julia M. Lecoutre both of Hyde 
Park. 
25. William J. W. Wheeler of Hyde Park and Carrie S. Whiting 

of Norfolk. 
30. John G. Abbott of Newton and Elizabeth N. Melendy of Hyde 
Park. 
Oct. 2. Eobert F. McWhinney and Jessie McAlpine both of Hyde 
ParK. 
3. Xorman A. Clogston of Hyde Park and Edith H. Butterfield 

of Framingham. 
7. Albert E. Frost of Boston and Mary Evans of Hyde Park. 
7. Fred J. Sampson and Mamie H. Coyle both of Hyde Park. 
9. Rupert B. Bramwell and Battie L. Tyler both of Hyde Park. 
9. Rnbert B. Henderson and Cora A. Durgin both of Hyde Park. 
10. Francis G. Moore of Hyde Park and Ella E. Chambers of 
Fall River. 

10. Frederick C. Stone and Pauline A. Lothrop both of Hyde 

Park. 
li. Henry B. Lamb of Boston and Mary H. McLoon of Hyde 
Park, 

15. James A. Mathey and Clara E. Fraser both of Hyde Park. 

16. Bartlett W. Chandler and Sarah Jones both of Hyde Park. 
16. Herbert J. Dawkins and Alice Holmes both of Hyde Park. 

21. John J. McHugh of Hyde Park and Mary J. Manning of 

Brookline. 

22. Colin Chisholm of Hjde Park and Ellen McEea of Waltham. 

30. Alfred B. Tauber of Dedham and Olga A. Schoengart of 

Hyde Park. 

31. Bernard C. Lipps of Dedham and Julia Moore of Hyde Park. 
Nov. 3. David Dobrin of Hyde Park and Zerlina Simons of Boston. 

5. Charles P. Brown of Hyde Park and Isabella Crowell of 

Boston. 

6. Edward W. Elliott and Annie Rosco both of Hyde Park. 
6 Frank Henderson and Eliza Gunn both of Hyde Park. 

11. LeRoy G. Estabrook and Lizzie J. Medlin both of Hyde Park. 

11. Thomas J. Daley and Alice M. Rankin both of Hyde Park. 

12. Hodges Slackman and Annie Brockington both of Hyde Park. 
14. Otto A. Peterson and Annie E. Connick both of Hyde Park. 
14. William S. Heider of Hyde Park and Mary V. Norris of 

Brookline. 

16. Edgar F. Mills of Providence, R. I., and Mamie McKenna of 

Hyde Park. 

17. John H. Henshaw and Annie M. Grant both of Hyde Park. 



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Nov. 18. George H. Carter and Inez M. Brooks both of Hyde Park. 

20. Michael H. Burke and Catherine H. Finerty both of Hyde 

Park. 
26. Frank W. Eogers and Charlotte B. Walker both of Hyde 

Park. 
28. Dan Ferris and Martha McNair both of Hyde Park. 
28. William Mitchell of New Bedford and Daisy E. O'Neill of 
Hyde Park. 
Dec. 9. John M. Carroll and Georgia Bonnell'both of Hyde Park. 

18. Charles H. Johnson and Annie C. Taylor both of Hyde Park. 

18. Walter B. Hentz and He^en M. Jenkins both of Hyde Park. 

19. William G. Adams of Hyde Park and Mabel A. Cowie of 

Boston. 

21. Arthur D. Barnes of Walpole and Nellie S. Melendy of Hyde 

Park. 
24. Charles W. Sloan of Milton and Inez M. Burbridge of Hyde 

Park. 
24. William P. Tripp of Hyde Park and Anna F. Hallworth of 

Providence, R. I. 

24. William E. Hislop and Eva M. Allen both of Hyde Park. 

25. Francis J. Gallant and Maude Warner both of Hyde Park. 
25. John W. Hurst of Bridgeport, Conn., and Flora M. Martin 

of Grand View, P. E. I. 
31. Patrick Brophy and Katie Greenan both of Hyde Park. 
31. Patrick J. Sheehan of Hyde Park and Julia A. Donovan of 

Norwood. 
31. James A. Fenton of Hyde Park and Lena F. Kern of Boston. 



DEATHS. 

Number of deaths in Hyde Park, and of residents of this town who died else- 
where in this Commonwealth in 1901 215 

Males 107 

Females 108 

Boi'n in the United States 155 

" Ireland 31 

" British Provinces 14 

" Scotland 3 

" England 5 

" Germany 1 

' ' Italy . ..'. 1 

" Sweden • 3 

" Poland 1 

" Turkev 



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AGES. 



Stillborn 



10 


" 20 


20 


•> 30 


30 


" 4U 


40 


" 50 


50 


" 60 


60 


" 70 


70 


" 80 


SO 


" 90 


90 


'• 100 



Under one year ^0 

Between 1 and 5 rears 25 

5 " 10 ^' "'"'""'" ft 



28 
15 
16 
23 
21 
IS 
10 

i 



The number of deaths from some of the well-known causes is as follows :— 



Accident 8 

Consumption 26 

Pneumonia 24 

Cholera Infantum 4 

Diphtheria ■ 7 

Cancer and Tumor 5 

Heart Disea-e 9 

La Grippe 2 

Paralysis and Apoplexy 14 



Stillborn • 16 

Old Age 7 

Brights Disease 5 

Typhoid Fever 3 

Inanition 3 

Scarlet Fever. • 2 

Smallpox 1 

Suicide 2 



The following are the names of those who died in Hyde Park, and of residents 
of Hyde Park who died elsewhere, during the year 1901. 

AGE. 

DATE XAMES TRS. MOS. DTS. 

-Jan. ]. Cornelius Foley... 55 — — 

5. Jane Mandeil 90 8 17 

5. Daniel A. Feehan 21 . 7 15 

12. Ruth Jones SO 4 4 

12. Evan A. Lind 23 — 20 

16. Margaret Bradley 24 2 — 

17. Charles E. Towner 9 9 24 

17. Timothy W. Coughlin 38 — — 

17. James W. Swetland 38 10 13 

18. Otis L.Miller — 1 19 

21. Mary Bradley _ 1 6 

22. JohnJ. Melia 41 3 — 

25. Thomas J. McNamara 28 10 8 

28. Annie Downey • — — 8 

29. Mary A. Peck 78 10 24 

^1. Joseph Padoliske — 5 4 



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Feb. 1. Timothy Lehey 35 — 

7. John Hart 48 — 

8. (Stillborn) — — 

9. Elbridge G. Haydeu 81 7 

12. Ellen O'Neill 73 8 

13. Patrick H. Donnelley 50 — 

15. ( Stillborn ) - — 

21. Major W. Pooley 23 4 

23. Stephen B. Balkam 58 4 

24. Hugh Rogers 83 6 

25. Mary A. Hawley 54 — 

27. Mary Havey 8 — 

27. Adam Mlecko 48 — 

Mar. 1. Emma M. Hardy 55 5 

1. Daniel S. Bowen 44 — 

2. Mary A. Chisholm 41 11 

3. Eugene N. Coan — — 

4. (Stillborn) — _ 

5. John Halley 8 1 

9. (Stillborn) — — 

10. John O'Halloran 28 — 

10. Sarah E. Collins — 

10. John A. Mathias 22 

10. Julia F. Morrell 93 

11. James S. McGuire 48 

12. George A. O'Grady — 

14. Alice O'Neill .^. — 

14. Henrietta W. Bid well 70 

15. James Murray 63 

18. Margaret E. Lagner 2(5 

18. James J. Fife 50 

19. Bradley F. Gurney 64 

26. Andrew Kerr 21 

28. Catherine Butler 59 

30. , Hannah M. Sheehau 29 

31. Mildred Lagner — 

31. Margaret Gelant — 

31. Michael Crowley 73 

Apr. 2. Francis D. Cleary — 

4. Edward Collins — 

5. "Walter Mahoney — 

7. Robert Fardy 4 

7. Mary A. Karcher 67 

10. Martha T. Fellows 70—6 

10. Margaret Dadley 63 — — 

12. (Stillborn) •. _ _. _ 

14. Eliza A. Marshall 83 9 23 

16. Alice M. McDonough 20 11 — 



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Apr. 17. William J. Kivliu _ _ 9 

20. Mary Crawford -. 44 

24. Thomas F. O'Keefe 40 9 24 

24. Johanna Kellel^er 70 — 

27. Titcomb _ 

28. Julius R. Bloom 61 

29. Elizabeth Henderson 59 

May 2. Jisranin Rogato , 1 

3. Joseph Barme 54 

3. Fred Mahoney 8 

5. John J. Sullivan — 

5. Mary A. McConnon 22 

14. William F. Downey •. — 

17. Edwin Tilden 78 

18. Ellen Monaco — 

21. Mary Beauregard — 

23. Fred T. Greenlow 51 

24. Francis W. Healy 24 

25. Olive Cloud 85 

25. (Stillborn) _ _ _ 

25. Warren W. Kenny 49 — 18 

26. Joseph F. Culleu 2 6 — 

28. Dorothy Mclntire 3 5 5 

29. Mary E. Costello 4 1 18 

29. Margaret Dwyer 61 — 

June 4. Flora R. Hunt 11 

5. Martha E.Emerj 73 

5. Catherine E. Manning 53 

13. Calista M. Norris .' 61 

16. Charles Marque 43 

19. (Stillborn) _ _ _ 

19. Johnson — — 3 

21. Patrick Cook 82 — — 

22. Aermine Benoit 77 

22. Assuntina Spadafora — 

25. Nancy L. Adams 59 

26. Leon Gosselin 66 

26. John Loiselle 47 

26. Charles A. Harris 51 

29. Emeliue A. Kendall 93 

29. John A. O'Donnell 25 

July 1. John J. Hunneman 80 

2. Minnie M. Tooker 41 

3. Jonathan Cran 49 

5. (Stillborn) ; — 

7. Catherine Hickey 23 

11. Arthur E. Wood 16 

12. Harvey B. Googins — 



7 


21 


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July 12. Esther P. Greene 65 7 29' 

15. Joseph Rciley 32 — 

20. Williiim H. Runnells _ 9 H 

24. A.nnie Robertson 3 7 

ao. Elizabeth Burger 65 4 3^ 

31. Warren A. Smith 8 10 — 

Aug. 1. (Stillborn) _ _ _ 

4. John Anderson 60 — 3 

4. Bridget Dolan 76 — — 

7. George W. Barritt 27 6 18 

8. Marco A . Monochie — 5 3 

10. ■ (Stillborn) _ _ _ 

13. Mary M. Motte _ 7 7 

15. Bessie Diimeer — — 6 

16. Mehitable Sunderland 94 5 8 

17. Daisey F. Dumeer 21 8 5 

17. Mary M. Darling 70 7 21 

19. William R. Coulter _ 4 _ 

20. Maggie Downey 16 3 S 

20. George A. Kelley 22 8 — 

27. Elizabeth A. Bardei-i 37 _ _ 

28. Eraucis J. Devlin 22 U 13 

29. (Stillborn) _ _ _ 

29. Charles A. Lambert 7I 6 — 

29. Emma Bernore 1 3 15 

29. John C<?rcoran 42 — — 

31. James Griffin »■ — 

Sept. 1. Josephine Cosgrove — 

4. John S. Troy — 

6. Jeremiah Lucey 67 

7. William E. White 50 

8. William B. Greer 37 

10. Catherine Dooley 1 

10. Mary D. Kinsman 64 

12. Frank S. Watkins 47 

12. John Pratt — 

15. Edward I. Browne 68 

15. Joseph Crawford 3 

16. Edith McLaughlin — 

IS. John P. Crowe 88 

20. Annunziata Marchetti 24 3 — 

24. Ellen Murphy 75 _ _ 

25. Eunice H. Winslow 66 3 — 

27. ( Stillborn ) — — — 

27. Ellen Shea 1 3 _ 

28. Mabel D. Pratt 34 6 20 

Oct. 1. Lillian Wood 1 _ 2 

5. Mary Rogers. ■• — — 5 h'rs. 



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Oct. 8. Annie C. Rafter : 60 

9. Catherine E. Welch 29 

10. Margaret B. Keefe 7 

12. Margaret Tapper ,38 

12. Catherine Naun 29 

12. Ellen T. Nairn _ 

Ifi. Margaret Mehan 23 

17. Nellie Toomey 27 

23. Mary A. Stone 84 

23. Jesse M. Scott 32 

23. Sarah C. Hodges .53 

27. Patrick McDonough ". 59 

29. Marion McKeon 

30. Anna M. L. Moseley 61 

Nov. 3. Barbara Cotter 3i 

6. Annie J. Beatey 59 

6. David D. Murray 22 

7. Ann E. Tildeu 75 

8. Stuart F. Weld 61 

9. Ezra B. Chase 55 

12. Andrew Thedander 71 

13. Charlotte M. Washburn 82 

16. Raymond R. McKeen 1 

18. Isaac C. Burgess 53 

18. Nicholo G. Manocchio 1 

19. Hannah P. English 76 

21. Cecilia Hicks 25 

21. Margery I. McLaughlin 31 

22. Helena Webb 33 

24. Bridget E.Dow 55 — — 

28. Francis A. Eaton 79 2 27 

29. Mary A. Conley 35 6 14 

Dec. 1. (Stillborn) _ _ _ 

1. ( Stillborn ) _ _ _ 

2. Annie Casey. 41 — — 

2. Nora Cullinane 67 — — 

4. Annette E. Thayer — 4 23 

5. (Stillborn) '. _ _ _ 

5. Minnie L. Perkins 38 3 

6. Albert G. Stevens 68 — 18 

7. Robert C. Donahue 27 — — 

7. Julia Casey 66 — — 

7. Julia M. Morissey 2 — — 

10. Catherine Fox 56 — — 

14. Simon W. Frazer 14 4 

15. ( Stillborn ) — — — 

15. James Flannagan 51 9 — 

18. Sylvester Z. Leslie 70 5 7 



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Dec. 20. Sarah O. Warner 56 

22. Howard Noyes 31 

22. Margaret E. Mannion — 

23. Hans O. Olson 4 

27. William Hughes 25 

27. (Stillborn) ,. _ _ _ 

28. Cora E. Lucas — i 25 

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, Toivn Clerk. 



REPORT OF TREE WARDEN. 



To THE Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

Gentlemen — I herewith submit the report of the Tree 
Warden for the year ending January 31st, 1902. 

On application public hearings were held for the 
removal of trees on East River street near Blake street, 
East River street near the Butler School and on Hyde 
Park avenue near Arlington street ; and after hearing all 
parties interested, leave was given to withdraw. 

I have trimmed and also removed limbs, that were 
considered dangerous to the public, to trees on Summer 
street, Gordon avenue, Milton street and Readville street 
and other streets in the town. 

I find on examination that there are a great many trees 
in various parts of the town that require trimming, and 
some should be removed where they are too close together 
to ever become well-developed specimens. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE B. ANDERSON, 

Tree Warden. 



EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 
BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS. 



On May 24th, we concurred in the taking of the end of 
Osceola street in the eastern part of the town, and on July 
23d in a taking of 3,175 square feet of land on Mason 
street in the Readville district from Isaac F. Tower. 

We have also approved of abandonments by the Metro- 
politan Park Commissioners of certain lands near Osceola 
street (see plans of Metropolitan Park Commission 344 and 
345 ) ; also of one abandonment and two sales of land in the 
Readville district (see plans 349, 351 and 356). The sales 
were of land to be used for business purposes, and the 
Sturtevant Blower Company is now erecting buildings 
thereon. 

We voted not to concur in the proposed abandonments 
by the Metropolitan Park Commission of two small strips 
of land, one of twenty-two square feet and the other of 
eighty square feet, near Fairmount Bridge, for the reason 
that a part of the land appears to be within the limits of 
the river. It appears to us that no one ought to be al- 
lowed to acquire any rights within the limits of the chan- 
nel. We hope the Commission will more than keep the 
bed of this river. We urge that it will at least endeavor to 
eliminate the sources of pollution, and give humanity rather 
than germs a chance. 

We voted to endorse the position of the Park Commis- 
sion of Boston in their attempt to secure such legislation 
as will give the Boards of Park Commissioners power to 



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regulate the display of signs, posters and advertisements on 
or near public parks, park ways and boulevards in their 
charge. 

In our last report we called attention to the appeal of the 
town of Brookline from the decision made by the Commis- 
sioners appointed to apportion among the cities and towns 
of the Metropolitan district the cost of the metropolitan 
parks and boulevards, and ventured to suggest that valua- 
tion and population will be the chief elements upon which 
the cost will necessarily be apportioned. 

The Supreme Judicial Court sustained the appeal of the 
town of Brookline, but in the opinion written by onr emi- 
nent Chief Justice appears this sentence : " It follows from 
what we have said that we should be slow to disturb an 
award except in the unlikely event of its appearing extrav- 
agant and unreasonable." 

The Commissioners were required to give the reasons for 
their findings, but the court does not appear to be very 
anxious to revise them. 

WILBUR H. POWERS, Chairman, 
LAWSON B. BIDWELL, Secretary, 
JOHN J. ENNEKING, 

Park Commissioners of Hyde Park. 



Report of Cemetery Commissioners. 



During the past year lots have been graded and prepared 
for use in various parts of the cemetery. 

From the financial statement, made a part of this report, 
it appears that there is now in the hands of the Town 
Treasurer $8,630.89, an increase of $1,413.44 from the 
previous year. 

The Commissioners now receive from the town interest 
upon the cemetery funds in the hands of the Treasurer. 
Such interest for the past year has amounted to $288.69. 

The Commissioners propose early in the coming year to 
erect upon Fairview drive and Aspen avenue, at and near 
their junction, a retaining wall, which will much beautify 
this part of the cemetery, and facilitate the use of lots 
adjacent to said drive and avenue. 

The receipts and expenditures for the financial year 
ending January 31, 1902, are as follows : 





RECEIPTS. 








From sale of lots, 




$x 


,850 


00 


From sale of sing 


le graves, 




2 45 


00 


Interment and rec 


eiving tomb ch 


irges, 


542 


00 


For foundations, 






191 


89 


For wood, 






8 


00 


For labor, 






8 


00 


For grass, 






2 


00 



53 

For stones, $ 5 oo 

For interest on fund, 288 69 



Total, ^3,140 58 

Balance on hand January 31, 1901, 7^217 45 

EXPENSES. 

Labor, etc., ^1,727 14 



Balance on hand, $8,630 89 

Details of expenses are given elsewhere in the Town 
Report. 

STATISTICS. 

1892-95 1896 1897 189S 1899 1900 1901 Total 

Lots sold, 80 24 27 17 21 18 19 206 

Single graves sold, 81 59 69 74 49 332 

Interments in lots,. 105 ' 28 39 27 32 38 39 308 

Int. in single graves, 113 98 68 78 68 77 66 568 

In receiving tonab, 20 15 9 27 15 3 24 

Removals, 2 3 2 i 3 11 

GEORGE E. WHITING, 
CHARLES F. JENNEY, 
JOHN O'CONNELL, 

Commissioners. 



ASSESSORS' REPORT. 



VALUATION 


STATISTICS. 






May I, igoi. 


May I, 1900. 


Buildings, 


^5'7 


19,425 GO 


^5,573^4^0 00 


Land, 


3,9 


27.4CG 00 


3,870,275 00 


Total, 


$9,646,825 GO 


$9,443,725 00 


Personal, 


1,1 


68,015 00 


1,110,525 00 


Total Valuation, 


$ 10,8 


14,840 00 


^10,554,250 00 




Tax Rate, ^17 80 


Tax Rate, ^17 80 




APPROPRIATIONS. 








I901 


1900 


Town Tax, including overlayings, 


^165,741 95 


$161,995 44 


State Tax, 




6,142 50 


5,130 00 


County Tax, 




7,498 50 


8,397 32 


South Metro. Sewer Tax, 


6,838 17 


6,550 70 


Metro. Water Tax, 




1,992 40 


1,044 44 


Grade Crossings Tax, 


tax levy, 


10,962 63 


11,147 77 


Total amount of 


$199,176 15 


$194,265 65 






I9OT. 


1900. 


No. polls assessed. 




^ 3^33^ 


3,200 


" dwellings assessed, 




2,357 


2,329 


" horses " 




455 


490 


" cows " 




66 


153 


" swine " 




24 


16 


" acres land " 




2,031 


2,031 


PROPERTY 


EXEMPT 


' FROM TAXATION. 


Churches, 




$261,400 


00 


St. Raphael School Association, 


23>5oo 


00 


Harvard College, 




875 


00 


Peabody Home, 




5,500 


00 



Total, $291,275 00 

CHARLES F. MORRISON, 
GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, 
FRANK GREENWOOD, 

Assessors of Flyde Park. 



TWENTY- EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



TRUSTKBS 



OF THE 



Hyde Park Public Library, 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1902. 




Edward D. Kollock, 

82 Devonshire St., Boston. 

1902. 



ORGANIZATION. 



TRUSTEES. 



HENRY R. MINER, Chairman. 
* EDWARD S. HAYWARD, Secretary. 
JAMES B. CORTHELL, G. FRED GRIDLEY, 

FREDERICK L. JOHNSON, AMOS H. BRAINARD, 

CHARLES G. CHICK, JOHN W. GRIFFIN, 

CHARLES F. JENNEY. 



librarian, 
ELIZABETH AINSWORTH. 



ASSISTANTS. 

NELLIE A. STONE, GERTRUDE L. ADAMS. 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE 
PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



Very early in the year the library met with a great loss 
in the death of Miss Mary A. Hawley who for many years 
had had charge of the delivery of books and thus came in 
daily contact with the public. During this time she 
had won in a marked degree the love and respect of all, 
both old and young, who came to know her genial, kind- 
ly nature as she exhibited it in her official relations. 

But while the first thing that impressed those who met 
her was her unvarying courtesy and good-will, they were 
soon equally impressed by her intimate knowledge of the 
books in the library, and her ability to recommend to dif- 
ferent readers such books as were suited to their varying 
needs and tastes. Thus she proved herself of the greatest 
value to those who needed advice as to what they should 
select to instruct or entertain them, and also to those who 
wished information on some particular topic but did not 
know where to find it. 

The general grief at her loss found expression in a spon- 
taneous movement among the citizens to procure some 
memorial which might perpetuate her memory and express 
the appreciation of her services. A gratifying feature of 
the subscriptions which followed was the universality of 
the response. The committee felt that a 'great number of 
small sums would be a far greater tribute to her memory 
than a few large ones. The result equalled their most 
sanguine expectations, the children who had experienced 



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her kindness vying with their elders in their expression of 
gratitude. 

With the proceeds of this subscription, there was placed 
in the Delivery Room a bronze tablet with the following 
inscription : 






IN LOVING MEMORY 

OF 

MARY A. HAWLEY, 

Died Feb. 25, 190T. 

After a Service of Over Tvi'enty Years as 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN. 



Erected by the patrons of the Library whose love 
and respect she won by her uniform 

COURTESY AND HELPFULNESS. 



The amount remaining was expended for reference 
books for the reading room, each of which contains an in- 
scription similar to that on the tablet. 

To fill the vacancy Miss Nellie A. Stone, who had al- 
ready served for some time as assistant in the library at 
Windsor, Vt., was elected, and her efficiency has shown 
the wisdom of her selection. 

The trustees have been confronted with one difficulty 
which is common to all libraries, the inability to furnish 
copies of the latest works of fiction to all applicants at the 
same time. There are in the town some thousands of peo- 
ple who very naturally wish to read at once the books 
whose titles and praises fill the papers, the bill boards and 



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even the electrics, especially if they have previously been 
delighted by some other work by the same author. Very 
many of these justly feel that their turn is a long time 
in coming, and possibly some un'justly think that some 
favoritism has been exercised. It would manifestly be un- 
wise to purchase a very large number of such short-lived 
favorites which after a year or two would remain on the 
shelves uncalled for. 

It has, however, been decided to buy additional copies 
of books for which there is an exceptional demand, and 
in this way the difficulty will be diminished, although it 
cannot be entirely removed. 

In this connection it is pleasant to be able to report that 
the percentage of fiction read, which decreased last year, 
shows a still further decrease this year. 

The exhibitions of pictures in the Juvenile Room, to 
which attention was called in our last report, have been 
continued with increasing interest. 

In order to give all the citizens- an opportunity to be- 
come familiar with names of the new books in the library 
without the necessity of consulting the card catalogue, a 
classified list of all the books added during the year was 
published in the last annual Town Report, a copy of which 
is placed in every family in the town. A similar list will 
be found in the report of the present year. In addition to 
this there have been issued bi-monthly lists which may be 
had at any time on application at the library. 

These lists are carefully classified, and if the arrange- 
ment does not always appear to the reader to be that 
which he would himself have adopted, it may disarm 
criticism to say that the system of classification adopted 
is that used in nearly all the modern libraries of the 
country. 



6o 

The circulation which was 54,073 last year, has in- 
creased to 58,149. 

A large picture of Isaac and Rebecca in a massive gilt 
frame was presented to the Library by the granddaughter 
of the late Mehitabel Sunderland, who died in 1901, after a 
residence of over forty years in Hyde Park. This Scrip- 
tural scene was done in worsted by Mrs. Sunderland herself, 
in her early life. In its color and shading it is a re- 
markable example of industry and skilled needlework. 

For the Trustees, 

HENRY B. MINER, 

Chairman, 



LIBRARIAN'S REPORT. 



To THE Trustees of Hyde Park Public Library : 
I herewith present the report of the library for the year 

ending December 31, 1901. 

The library has been open 303 days. 



CIRCULATION. 




Total circulation, 


S8,M9 


Magazines issued, 


2,53° 


Largest daily delivery, February 23, 


484 


Smallest daily delivery, July 11, 


59 


Average daily delivery, 


191 



Class Per Cent, of Circulation. 

Fiction, 80.5 ; biography, 2.2 ; travels, 2.1 ; his- 
tory, 3.0 ; miscellaneous, 12.2. 

Accessions. 



Added by purchase. 


823 


Added by gift, 


44 


Added by periodicals bound, 


41 



Total, 908 

Books rebound, 553 

The periodicals for use in the reading room have been 
increased. The list now includes : 

Dailies. 

Boston Evening Transcript. 

Boston Morning Journal. 

New York Tribune (tri-weekly) . 



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Weeklies. 



American Machinist. 
Carpentry and Building. 
Harper's Weelcly. 
Illustrated London News, 
Littell's Living Age, 



Outlook. 

Public Opinion. 

Sacred Heart Review. 

Scientific American. 

Scientific American Supplement. 



Woman's Journal 



Monthlies. 



American Kitchen Magazine. 

^'Arena. 

Art Amateur. 

Art Interchange. 

♦Atlantic Monthly. 

Book-buyer. 

Bookman. 

Boston Cooking School Magazine 

( Bi-monthly). 
*Century. 
Chautauquan. 
Christian Science Journal. 
♦Cosmopolitan. 
Critic. 

Engineering Magazine. 
Fortnightly Review. 
*Forum. 
Harper's Bazar. 
♦Harper's Magazine. 
Ladies' Home Journal. 



*Lippincott's Magazine. 
*McClure's Magazine. 
*Munsey. 
Music. 
Musician. 

*New England Magazine. 
Ninteenth Century. 
.*North American Review, 
Outing. 

Photo-miniature. 
Popular Science Monthly. 
Practical Psychology. 
*Review of Reviews. 
Scientific American, Building ed. 
*Scribner's Magazine. 
Strand. 
Studio. 
Success. 

Tales and Talks. 
World's Work. 



Young People's Room. 



Birds and Nature. 
Great Round World. 



Our Dumb Animals. 
Saint Nicholas. 
Youth's Companion. 



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In addition to these are the magazines which have been 
in the adult reading-room one month. 

Duplicate copies of the starred magazines may be taken 
out, for three days upon application at the delivery desk. 
Back numbers of all magazines may be taken in home 
use. 

An increasing number of readers are availing themselves 
of the privilege of taking two books at a time, or a book 
and a magazine. 

Beginning with October, a bi-monthly bulletin of the 
new accessions to the library has been issued. This bulle- 
tin will also contain special lists of good books or a subject 
reading list as space permits. 

A small card case containing the list of new books and 
an index to the leading- articles in the current magazines 
has been placed upon the table in the delivery room. 

A collection of books, new and old, bearing upon the 
Sunday-school lessons for the year 1902, has been placed in 
the reading-room for the use of teachers and Bible stu- 
dents. The most notable of this collection is Hastings' 
dictionary of the Bible. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ELIZABETH AINSWORTH, 

Librarian. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY FUND. 



treasurer's statement. 

Balance from old account, ^S 15-38 
Interest on Savings Banks deposit, 21.21 
Received from Elizabeth Ainsworth, Libra- 
rian, for sundries, 282.21 
Hyde Park Historical Society, rent of Weld 

Hall, to January i, 1902, 125.00 



Balance, deposited in the Hyde Park Savings 

Bank, $943.80 

HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Town Treasurer. 



We, the undersigned, Auditors 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. 

FRED C. STONE, 
FRANK C. TITCOMB, 
WILLIAM J. DOWNEY, 

Auditors of the Town of Hyde Park, Mass- 



ACCESSIONS TO THE LIBRARY igoi. 



Books marked by a j are specially suited for young people. 

GENERAL WORKS. 

Appleton & Co. Annual cyclopaedia. 1900. Ref. 
Atlantic monthly, v. 86, 87, 88. 051-A 
Century, v. 59, 60, 61. 051-C 
Chamber's encyclopedia, new ed. 10 v. Ref. 
Cosmopolitan, v. 29, 30. 051-C2 
Fletcher, W. I. and Bowker, R. R. Annual literary index to peri- 
odical and general literature. 1900. Ref. 
Forum, v, 29, 30, 31. 051-F 
Harper's new monthly magazine, v. loi, 102. 051-H 
Lippincott's magazine. 051-L1 
New England magazine, v. 21, 22. 051-N 
North American review, v. 171, 172. 051-N1 
Poole's index to periodical literature ; abridged edition. 
[ 1815— 1899..] Ed. by W. I. Fletcher and M. Poole. Ref. 
Review of reviews, v. 22, 23. . 051-R1 
Scribner's magazine, v. 28, 29. 051-S2 



PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION. 

(Including Mythology.) 

Alzog, J. Manual of universal church history. 3 v. 270-Ai 

Archibald, A. W. Trend of the centuries. 252-A. i 

Barnes, L. C. Two thousand years of missions before Carey. 

266-B3 
Bede, The Venerable. Ecclesiastical history of England ; The 
Anglo-Saxon chronicle. 270-Bi 

Bernheim, H. Suggestive therapeutics ; a treatise on the nature 
of hypnotism. 134-B1 

Clarke, W. N. Study of Christian missions. 266-C 

Dole, C. F. Religion of a gentleman. 248-D 

Dresser, H. W. The Christ ideal. 240-D,5 



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Everett, C. C. Ethics for young people. 170-E 

Fiske, T. Life everlasting. ' 218-F.1 

Gayley, C. M., editor. Classic myths in English literature. 

291-G 
Oilman, C. P. Concerning children. i73~G- 

Great religions of the world. . 2go-G 

Guerber, H. A. Myths of Greece and Rome. 292-G 

— Myths of northern lands. 293-G 

Hodgkins, L. M. Via Christi ; an introduction to the study of 
missions. 266-H 

Hudson, T. J. Scientific demonstration of the future life. 

237-Hi 
Kilbourn, J. K., editor. Faiths of famous men. 208-K 

Marden, O. S. Winning out. j 17C-M.4 

Royce, J. Conception of immortality. 126-R 

Savage, M.J. Passing and the permanent in religion. 204-S2.1 
Soule, E. F. Sunday afternoons for the children. 263-S 

Spencer, H. First principles. 6th ed. 192-S.1 

Van Dyke, H. Story of the otherwise man. 244-V 

Warner, L. [ Cheiro, Comte Leigh de Hamong. ] Language of 
the hand, gih ed. 133-VV2 



SOCIOLOGY. 



Abbott, L. Rights of man ; a study in twentieth century prob- 
lems. 304- A I 
Adler, F. Moral instruction of children. 377-A 
Bigelow, P. Children of the nations ; a study of colonization and 
its problems. 325-B 
Carnegie, A. Gospel of wealth. 330-Cr 
Davis, W, T. History of the Judiciary of Massachusetts. Ref. 
Dewey, J. School and society. 370-D3 
Ernst, G. A. O. Law of married women in Massachusetts. 

347-E 
Feilden, H. St. C Short constitutional history of England. 

342-Fi 

Ferguson, C. Religion o" democracy. 304-F1 

Forbush, W. B. Boy problem. 370-F2 

Griggs, E. H. New humanism. 304-G4 

Hadley, A. T. Education of the American citizen. 320-H2 

Harrison, B. Views of an ex-president. 304-H2 

Hersey, H. E. To girls ; a budget of letters. 396-H3 

Hill, M., comp. Liberty documents, ed. by A. B. Hart. 342-H5 

Hollis, L N. Frigate Constitution. 359-H 



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Holt, E. Encyclopaedia of etiquette. 395-H2 

Judd, M. C. Wigwam stories. . j 398-J2 

Kingsland, Mrs. B. Etiquette for all occasions. 395-K. 

Knollys, B. Gentle art of good talking. 374-K. 

Langmead, T. P. Taswell. English constitutional history. 

342-Li 
Macy, J. EnglijSh constitution. 342-M4 

Massachusetts. Annual Reports. 1899. Ref. 

Massachusetts. Board of education. Annual report. 

1899, 1900. Ref. 
Massachusetts. Bureau of labor. Census of the commonwealth 
of Massachusetts. 1895. Ref. 
Massachusetts. General court. Acts and resolves. 1900. Ref. 
Massachusetts. Journal of the house of representatives. 

1900. ■ Ref. 
Massachusetts. Journal of the senate- Ref. 
Quick, R. H. Essays on educational reformers. 370-Q 
Roosevelt, T. Strenuous life. 304-R2 
Ross, E. A. Social control. 304-R3 
Spalding, J. L. P^ducation and the higher life. 374-Si 
Strong, F. and Schafer, J. Government of the American people. 

342-S5 
Stubbs, W. Constitutional history of England. 3V. 342-S4 

Thrasher, M. B. Tuskegee ; its story and its work. 371.94-T 

U. S. Education bureau. Report. 1898-99. Ref. 

Wagner, A. L. Service of security 'and information; officially 
adopted as a standard in the examination of officers of the 
United States army for promotion. 355~Wi 

Webster, S. Two treaties of Paris and the supreme court. 

341-W2 
Wilson, W, The state. 321-W 

Wood, H. Political economy of natural law. 330-W2 

Wyckoff, W. A. Day with a tramp and other days. 331-W3.2 



SCIENCE. 

Animals. j Ref. 

Arnold, A. F. Sea-beach at ebb-tide. 590-A6 

Atkinson, G. F. Mushrooms ; edible and poisonous. sSg-'^ 

Baskett, J. N. Story of the fisheS. j 597-B 

Du Chaillu, P. World of the great forest. j 590-D 

Garner, R. L. Apes and monkeys. 599-G 

Gibson, W. H. Blossom hosts and insect guests. Ed. 

by E. E. Davie. 580-G3 



68 

Grinnell, M. Neighbors of field, wood and stream. j 591-G 
Harrington, M. W. About the weather. j 551-H2 
Houston, E. J. and Kennelly, A. E. Electricity made easy by 
simple language and copious illustration. 537-H2 
Howard, L. O. Insect book. 595-Hi 
Maeterlinck, M. Life of the bee. 595-M5 
Popular science monthly, v. 57, 58. 505-P 
St. John, T. M. Study of elementary electricity and mag- 
netism. 537-S2.1 
— Things a boy should know about electricity. j 537-S2.2 
Servisse, G. P. Other worlds ; their nature, possibilities, and 
habitability in the light of the latest discoveries. 523-Si.i 
Sharp, D. L. Wild life near home. 591-S 
Smithsonian institution. Annual report.. 1899-1900. Ref. 
— Birds of north and middle America. Ref. 
— Documents relative to its origin and history. v. i, 1835- 
1887. Ref. 
— Select bibliography of chemistry. 1492-1897. 540-S2.1 
Starr, F. Strange peoples. j 572-Si 
Thompson, E. S. Bird portraits. ' 598-T3 
— Lives of the hunted. j 590-T4.1 
Wright, M. O. Flowers and ferns in their haunts. 580-W2 



USEFUL ARTS. 



Barber, E. A. American glassware, old and new. 666-Bi 

Bryn, E. W. Progress of invention in the nineteenth century. 

608-B3 
Deering Harvester Co. Official retrospective exhibit of the devel- 
opment of harvesting machinery for the Paris exposition of 
1900. 630-D 

De Vinne, T. L. Practice of typography. 655-D 

How to make and how to mend. 603-H 

Janes, L. G. Health and a day. 613-J2 

Lane, C. H. All about dogs. 636-L 

Massachusetts. Metropolitan water board. Annual report, v. 6. 

Ref. 
Moffett, C. Careers of danger and daring. j 600-Mi 

Mowry, W. A. and Mowry, A. M. American inventions and 
inventors. j 600-M2 



69 • 

Munson, J. E. Shorter course in Munson phonography. 653-M.i 

Rawlings, G. B. Story of books. 655-R 

Repplier, A. Fireside sphinx. 636-R 

Sowle, H. I go a-marketing. 641-S1 
Stephens, U. P. Canoe and boat building; a complete manual 

for amateurs. j 6998 

Turner, A. editor. Attainment of womanly beauty of form and 

features. 613-T1 

U. S. Patent office. Annual report. 1899-1900. Ref. 

— Ofifacial gazette, 1900. 2v. Ref. 

Watson, G. C. Farm poultry. 636-W3 

Yale, L. M. and Pollak, G. Century book for mothers. 618-Y 



FINE ARTS. 
(Including Amusements.) 



Ady, Mrs. J. C. Painters of Florence from the thirteenth to 
the sixteenth century. 759-A 

Anthony, G. C. Machine drawing. 744-Ai 

Baker, T., editor. Biographical dictionary of musicians. Ref. 

Bie, O. History of the pianoforte and pianoforte players. 

786-B 
Black, A. Photography indoors and out. 770-B 

Caproni, P. P. and brother. Catalogue of plaster cast reproduc- 
tions from antique, mediaival and modern sculpture. 730-C 
Earle, A. M. Old-time gardens, newly set forth ; a book of the 
sweet o' the year. 716-E1 
Faunce, L. Mechanical drawing, nth ed. 744-F 
Fitz-Patrick, H. L. Golf dont's. 796-F 
Hadow, W. H. Studies in modern music. 780-H3 
Hurll, E. M. Greek sculpture. [Riverside art series.] 733-H 
James, G. W. Indian basketry. 74S-J 
Jekyll, G. Home and garden. 716-J1 
Lucas, E. v., and Lucas, E. What shall we do now? j 790-L 
Marchesi, M. [De Castrone.] Ten singing lessons. 784-M 
Marx, A. B. Theory and practice of musical composition. 781-M 
Masters, E.T. Book of .stitches. 746-Mi 
Mathews, W. S. B., editor. Hundred years of music in America. 

780-M2 
Mees, A. Choirs and choral music. 783-Mi 

Phillips, E. M. Frescoes in the Sixtine chapel, 747-P 



JO 

Routledge, C. F. Church of St. Martin, Canterbury. [Bell's 

cathedral series.] 726-R 

Singleton, E. Furniture of our forefathers. 2 v. 749-S 
— Romantic castles and palaces as seen and described by famous 

writers. 728-S2 

Taft, L. R. Greenhouse construction. 716-T1 

Travis, W. J. Practical golf. 796-Tr 

Unwin, W. C. Elements of machine design. 2V. 744-U 

Wilson, V. T. Free-hand perspective. 742-W 



LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

Addison, J. Sir Roger de Coverley papers. 824-A.3 

Arnold, M. Poetical works of Matthew Arnold, with explana- 
tory notes. 821-A5 I 
Carpenter, W. B. Religious spirit in the poets. 820-C3 
Dorr, J. C. R. Afterglow. 811-D5 
Drummond, W. H. John Courteau and other poems. 811-D6 
Dunbar, P. L. Poems of cabin and field. 811-D4.2 
Greenough, J. B. and Kittredge, G. L. Words and their ways in 
English speech. 420-G 
Hearn, L. Japanese miscellany. 895-H.i 
Hewlett, M. Earthwork out of Tuscany. 824H-8 
Howells, W, D. Heroines of fiction. 2 v. 823-H 
— Literary friends and acquaintance. 810-H2 
Hyde, W. pe W. School speaker and reader. 808-H7 
Jackson, H. (Hunt) Poems. 811-J1 
Lang, A. editor. Blue poetry book. j 808-L2 
Mabie, H. W. Books and culture. CS14-M2.4 
— William Shakespeare, poet, dramatist and man. 822.3-Mi 
Markham, E. Lincoln and other poems. 811-M4.1 
Matthews, B. Parts of speech; essays on English. 420-Mi 
Maude, Aylmer. Tolstoy and his problems ; essays. 8gi-M2 
Meiklejohn, J. Art of writing English. 808-M7 
Onderdonk, J. L. History of American verse. 1610-1897. 811-O1 
Phillips, S. Herod; a tragedy. 822-Pi 
Rostand, E. L'Aiglon. 842-Ri.i 
Saintsbury, G. E. History of nineteenth century literature, 
1780-1895. . 820-Si.i 
— Short history of English literature. 820-Si 
Stedman, E. C, editor. An American anthology. 1 787-1900. 

811-S6.3 
Taylor, H. O. Classical heritage of the middle ages. 809-T 



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Thompson, M, My winter garden. 818-T3 

Torrey, B. Footing it in Franconia. 814.5-T.4 

Ward, E. S. [Piielps.] Within the gates. 8t2-W 

Ward, W. G. Tennyson's debt to environment. 821-W4 

Warner, C. D. Baddeck, and that sort of thing. 817-W.3 

— My summer in a garden. 817-W. 2 

Wells, C. Merry-go-round. J811-W8 

Wendell, B. Literary history of America 810-W.2 

Wheeler, C. Content in a garden. 814.5-W 

Whiting, L. Spiritual significance. 814-W6.1 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Bacon, Mrs. H. Our houseboat on the Nile. 916.2-B1 

Besant, Sir W. East London. gi4.2-B5 

Bleloch, W. New South Africa ; its value and development. 

916.8-B3 
Boston directory. 1901. Ref. 

Brooks, N. First across the continent ; story of the exploring 
expedition of Lewis and Clarke in 1803-5. J917.8-B2 

Browne, G. W, Paradise of the Pacific ; the Hawaiian islands. 

919.69-B1 
Bryson, M. I. Home life In China. 9i5;.i-B2 

Butterworth, H. Traveller tales of China. j 915.1-B3 

— Traveller tales of South Africa. ' j 916-B 

Callow, E. Old London taverns. 914.2-C2 

Dawson, W. H. German life in town and country. 914. 3-D 

Dodd, A. B. Falaise ; the town of the conqueror. 914.4-D1.1 

Garrett, E. H. Pilgrim shore. 917.44-G 

— Romance and reality of the puritan coast. 917.44-G.1 

Horton, G. Modern Athens. 914.95-H1 

James, G. W, In and around the Grand Canyon of the Colora- 
do river in Arizona. 917.91-J 
Johnson, C. Isle of the shamrock. 914.15-J 
Jones, M. C. European travel for women. 914-J1 
Lynch, H. French life in town and country. 914.4-L1 
Muir, J. Our national parks. 917.94-M.1 
Niagara book. 917.47-N 
Palmer, F. H. E. Russian life in town and country. 914.7-P 
Parsons, W. B. American engineer in China. 915. i-P 
Rankin, J. R. L. Subaltern's letters to his wife. 916.8-R 
Smith, H. E. colonial days and ways, as gathered from family 
papers. 9^7-3-^3 



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Stoddard, J. L. Lectures. lo v. 91C-S7 

Taylor, C. M. Touring Alaska and the Yellowstone. 917.98-T 

Thompson, Mrs. G. G. Seton. Woman tenderfoot. 917. 8-T 

Van Dyke, J. C. The desert. 917 8-V 

Wade, M. H. Our little brown cousin. j 919.1-W1 

— Our little Indian cousin. J917 oi-W 

— Our little Japanese cousin. 915.2-W1 

— Our little Russian cousin. j 914.7-W 



HISTORY. 

Adams, G. B. Civilization during the middle ages. 901-A 

— European history ; an outline of its development. 940-A3 

Alger, R. Spanish-American war. 973.8-Ai 

Balch, T. W. Alabama arbitration. 973.7-Bio 

Botsford, G. M. History of Greece. 938-Bi 

— History of Rome. 937-82 

Bradford, L. Historic Duxbury in Plymouth county, Mass. 

974.48-Bi 
Burgess, J. W. Civil war and the constitution. 1859-1865. 2 v. 

973.7-B9 
Channing, E. Student's history of-the United States. 973-Ci.i 
Colby, C. W. Selections from the sources of English history. 
[B.C. 55-A.D. 1832.] 942-C7 

Coloquhoun, A. R. Russia against India ; the struggle for 
Asia. 958-C 

Davis, R. H. With both armies in South Africa. 968-D 

Drake, S. A. Making of the great West. 1512-1883. j 978-D 
Duruy, V. History of the middle ages. 940-D 

Eggleston, E. Transit of civilization from England to America 
in the seventeenth century. 973.2-E.i 

Emerton, E. Introduction to the study of the middle ages. 
375-814. 940-E 

Emerton, E. Mediaeval Europe, 814-1300. 940-E. i 

Fitchburg, Mass. Old records, v. 3. 974.43-F.i 

Fyffe, C. A. History of modern Europe. 1792-1878. 940-F2 

Gordon, L. D. Story of Assisi, [Mediaeval towns.] 937-G2 

Grosvenor, E. A. Contemporary history of the world. 909-G2 
Henderson, E. History of Germany in the middle ages. 943-H 
— Select historical documents of the middle ages. 909-H 

Howe, D. W. Puritan republic of the Massachusetts Bay in 
New England. 974.4-Hi 



73 

Hutton, W. H. Constantinople ; story of the old capital of the 
empire. 949. 6-H 

Jenks, T. Boys' book of explorations. j 910-J3 

Johnston, H. P. Storming of Stony Point. 973-3~J 

King, G. New Orleans ; the place and the people. 976.3-K 

Kitchin, G. W. History of France. 3 v. 944-K 

Landor, A. H. S. China and the allies. 951-L 

Larned, J. L. History for ready reference, v. 6. Ref. 

Latimer, E. W. Last years of the nineteenth century. 909-Li 
Lewis, C. T. History of Germany. 943-L2 

McCarthy, J. and McCarthy, J. H. History of the four Georges. 
V. 3) 4- _ _ 942-M4.2 

Massachusetts. Soldiers and sailors of the Revolutionary war. 
V. 8. Ref. 

Mowry, W. A. Marcus Whitman and the early days of Oregon. 

979. 5-M 
Myers, P. Van N. History of Greece. 938-Mi 

— Rome ; its rise and fall. 937~^3 

Noble, E. Russia and and the Russians. 947-N i 

Progress of the century. 901-P 

Rarsome, C. Advanced history of England. 942-Ri 

Sheppard, J. G. Fall of Rome. 937-S2 

Smith, H. A. Thirteen colonies. 2 v. 973. 2-S 

Sparks, E. E. Expansion of the American people. 973-S6.1 

— Men who made the nation. 973-S6 

Stryker, W. S. Battles of Trenton and Princeton. 973-3-S 

Taylor, B. History of Germany. 943-*^ 

Terry, C. S. Pvising of 1745 ; with a bibliography of Jacobite 
history. 1689-1788. 941-T1 

Thatcher, O. J. Short history of medieval Europe. 940-Ti.i 

Thatcher, O. J. and Schwill, F. Europe in the middle ages. 

* 940-Tr 

Thorpe, F. N. History of the American people. 973-T 

Tomlinson, E. T. Short History of the American revolution. 

J 973-3-T 
Translations and reprints from original sources of European 
history. 6 v. 940-T2 

U. S. Annual report of the American historical association. 
2 V. 1899. Ref. 

U. S. Navy department. War of the rebellion ; official records. 
Series i, v. 12. " Ref. 

U. S. War Department : War of the rebellion ; official records. 
General index. Ref. 

Completion of this valuable collection of documents. 
Young, N. Story of Rome. [ Mediaeval towns.] 937-Yi 



74 

FICTION. 

Abbot, Alice Balch. Frigate's namesake. j A1262 

Alden, Mrs. Isabella. [Pansy]. Mag and Margaret. j A358.20 
— Pauline. A358.21 

Alger, Horatio. Lester's luck. j A395.12 

Allston, Margaret, [pseud, of Anna Farquhar Bergengren]. Her 
Washington experiences. A4425.1 

Altsheler, J. A. Wilderness Road ; a romance of St. Clair's 
defeat and Wayne's victory. A469.3 

Aristocrats : being the impressions of the Lady Helen Pole dur- 
ing her sojourn in the great north woods. A7165 
Babcock, W. H. Tower of Wye ; a story of colonial life in 
Maryland. B1125 
Bachelder, Irving. D'ri and I. B1215.2 
Barbour, R. H. For the honor of the school. j B2395 
— Half-back ; a story of school, football and golf j B2395 i 
Barr, Amelia E. Lion's whelp ; a story of Cromwell's time. 

B268.29 
— Souls of passage. B268.28 

Barr, Robert. The victors ; a political novel. B2685.8 

Barton, W. E. Prairie schooner ; a story of the Black Hawk 
war. j B293.5 

Baylor, F. C, now Mrs. F. C. [Baylor] Barnum. Georgian bun- 
galow, j 63585.5 
Belden, J. Van Z. Antonia ; a tale of New Amsterdam. B4275 
Bell, L., now Mrs. A. H. Bogue. Sir John and the American 
girl ; [short stories]. B434.2 
Benefactress. By the author of Elizabeth and her German 
garden. _ _ E435.2 
Benson, Blackwood Ketcham. Friend with the countersign ; a 
story of the civil war^ B4742.1 
— VVho goes there? B4742 
Besant, Sir Walter, Lady of Lynn. B554.27 
B'anchard, Amy E. Because of conscience. B639.16 
Bland, Mrs. Edith [Nesbit.] Wouldbe goods. j B6425 
Bonehill, Ralph, [pseud.] With Taylor on the Rio Grande. 

j B7127 
Brady, Cyrus Townsend. Quiberon touch ; a romance of the days 
when "The great Lord Hawke" was king of the sea. K8 125.5 
— When blades are out and love's afield. B8 125.4 

Brooks, Amy. Randy's winter. j B8725 

Brooks, E. S. Godson of Lafayette. [Sons of the republic 
series, no. 2.] , j B873.12 

Brooks, Noah, Lem, a New England village boy. j B8735.3 



75 

Brown, Abbie Farwell. The lonesomest doll. j B8767 
Brown, Alice. King's end. B877.2 
Brown, Helen Dawes. Her sixteenth year. j B878.2 
—Little Miss Phcebe Gay. ■ j B878.1 
— Two college girls. j B878. 
Brown, Levant F. Prince Harold. j B8788 
Bullen, Frank T. Idylls of the sea ; [short stories.] B9363 
Burnett, Frances Hodgson, now Mrs. Stephen Townsend. Mak- 
ing of a Marchioness. B964.15 
Burnham, C. L. Miss Prichard's wedding trip. B966.13 
Bynner, Edwin L. Agnes Surriage. 1^994-3 
Cable, George W. The Cavalier. C116.8 
Caine, Hall. The eternal city. C135.8 
Canton, W. True annals of fairy-land. j C2328 
Carey, Rosa Nouchette. Herb of grace. C275.24 
Castle, Agnes and Egerton. House of romance. C3535.4 
Catherwood, Mary Hariwell. Lazarre. C363.10 
Chambers, Robert W. Cardigan. C446.4 
Champney, Elizabeth W. Daughter of the Huguenots. C449.10 
Channing, Blanche M. Winnifred West. j C4583 
Chestnutt, Charles W. Marrow of tradition. C5245.3 
Clarke, C. Story of an ocean tramp. j C5921 
Clarke, R. [ Sophie May.] Lucy in fairy-land. Little Prudy's 
children, no. 6.] j C599.37 
Clemens, S. L. [ Mark Twain.] Adventures of Huckleberry 
Finn. C625.6 
Cook, G.- L. Wellesley stories. - C7715 
Couch, A. T. Quiller. Laird's luck and other fireside tales. 

C853.3 

— Old fires and profitable ghosts. C853.2 

Crawford, E. M. Marietta, a maid of Venice. C899.31 

Crockett, S. R. Cinderella. C938.21 

— The firebrand. C938.22 

— Silver skull. C938.20 

Croker, B. M. Terence. G9433 

Croly, G. Tarry thou till I come. C9445 

Crowley, M. C. Daughter of New France. C9525 

Crowninshield, Mrs. S. y\rchbishop and the lady. ^953 ^ 

Davis, Mary. Jaconetta. j D263.1 

Deland, M. Malvern. j D336.5 

Devereux, Mary. Up and down the sands of gold. D4915.1 

Dix, B. M. Making of Christopher Ferrlngham. D6i9.t 

Dix, E. A. Old Bowen's legacy. D6194.1 

Doubleday, R. Cattle-ranch to college. j D7276 

Douglas, A. M. Little girl in old New Orleans. j D733 39 



76 

Douglas, A. M. Question of silence. D733.38 

— Sherburne inheritance. D733.40 

Drysdale, W. Treasury club. [U. S. government series, no. i.] 

JD811.5 
— Young consul. [U. S. government series, no. 2.] JD811.6 
Dunbar, P. L. Fanatics. DSgg.i 

Dunn, Byron A. From Atlanta to the sea. j D922.3 

Earle, M. T. Through old rose glasses ; [short stories.] ' E128 
Eggleston, George Gary. Gamp Venture ; a story of the Virginia 
mountains. j E295.5 

■ — Garolina cavalier. E295.4 

Ellis, E. S. Boy patriot. j E47.40 

— Our Jim. j E47.42 

— Red Eagle ; a tale of the frontier. j E47.41 

Emerson, Evalyn. Sylvia; story of an American countess. E537 
Emory, F. Maryland manor ; a tale of plantation aristocracy and its 
fall. _ _ _ Es45 

Erskine, Payne. When the gates lift up their heads. E725 

Fenn, George Manville. Kopje garrison ; a tale of the Boer war. 

j F334-I7 

Finnemore, John. Lover fugitives. ^5^45 

Ford, P. L. Wanted: a matchm-aker. F7115.4 

Forrester, I. L. Girls of Bonnie Castle. j F7318 

Fosdick, G. A. [Harry Gastlemon.] Garl the trailer. j F748.50 

— Floating treasure. JF748.51 

Foster, Maximilian. In the forest f tales of wood-life. j F7563 

Foster, W. B. Lost galleon of Doubloon island. j F7583 

Fowler, Ellen Thorneycraft. Sirius ; [short stories.] F785.3 

Fraser, W, A. The outcasts. j F8428 2 

French, Allen. Junior cup. , ^ j F8735 

Friedman, Isaac. By bread alone. F9 113.1 

Frothingham, E. B. Turn of the road. F9ZI15 

Fuller, Anna. Katherine Day. F965.4 

Gibbon, J. M., editor. True annals of fairyland ; Old King Cole. 

j G4395 

Gilder, J. L. Autobiography of a tomboy. j G4685 
Goodwin, M. W. Sir Ghristopher ; a romance of a Maryland 

manor in 1644. G657.3 
Green, Sarah P. McL. Flood-tide ; story of primitive life in a 

hamlet coast town in Maine. G812.7 

Griffis, William Elliot. In the Mikado's service. j G8525.1 

Griffith, Helen Sherman. Her father's legacy. j G8535 

Grundtvig, Svend. Fairy tales from afar. j G8897 

Haggard, H. R. Lysbeth. Hi 45. 17 

Hall, Ruth. Golden arrow. j H178.2 



n 

Hancock, A. E. Henry Bourland. H234. 
Harland. H. Comedies and errors ; [ short stories.] H2835.1 
Grey Roses ; [ short stories.] H2835.2 
Harrison, Mrs. Mary [ Kingsley]. •[ Lucas Malet.] Gateless bar- 
rier. H3215 
Harte, F. B. Under the redwoods ; [sliort stories.] H327.23 
Hawkins, Anthony Hope. Dolly dialogues. H393.13 
— Tristram of Blent. H393.12 
Hector, A. E. Missing hero. H451.25 
Henty, George Alfred. At the point of the bayonet. j H527.68 
— To Herat and Cabul. j H527.69 
— With Roberts to Pretoria. j H527.70 
Hewlett, Maurice. New Canterbury tales. H612.3 
Hinkson, K. T. Handsome Brandons. H6635 
Hornung, E. W. Raffles. , H8167.3 
— Shadow of a man. H8167.2 
Hotchkiss, C. C. Betsy Ross; a romance of the flag. H8325 
Howells, W. D. Their silver wedding journey. H859.27 
Hyde, Mary Caroline. Holly-berry and mistletoe. j H9945 
Jackson, Gabrille F. Colburn prize. j J 125.2 
Jamison, C. V. Toinette's Philip. j J325.1 
Jerome, J. K. Observations of Henry. JS^-S 
Jewett, Sarah Orne. The Tory lover. JS95-i5 
Johnston, Annie F. Liitle colonel's house-party. j J725.1 
Jokai, M. Manasseh. J745-4 
Kaler, James Otis. Larry Hudson's ambition. j K14.30 
— With Porter in the Essex. ' j K14.29 
Kennedy, S. B. Joscelyn Cheshire. K.365 
King, C. Norman Holt. K52.24 
Kipling, Rudyard. Kim. K57.12 
Kirk, Ellen O. Our Lady Vanity. K59.14 
Krause, Lyda F. [Barbara Yechton.] Young Mrs. Teddy. K89.4 
Lagerlof, S. From a Swedish homestead ; [short stories.] L174.3 
Lang, Andrew. My own fairy-book. j L269.8 
— ed. Blue fairy book. j L269.5 
— Green fairy book. j L269.6 
— Grey fairy book. j L269.7 
— Red fairy book. j L269.9 
— Yellow fairy book. j L26g.io 
— Violet fairy book. j L269.11 
Laut, A. C. Lords of the North. L389 
Lee, J. P. P. Pillar of salt. " L4785 
LeFeuvre, Amy. Cherry. j L4925.1 
Le Gallienne, R. Love-letters of the king. L496.2 
Leonard, Mary. Spectacle man. j L581.1 



78 

Ludlow, James M. Deborah ; a tale of the time of Judas 

Maccabaeus. L945.3 

McCall, S. Truth Dexter. M1228 

McCutcheon, G. B. Graustark. M1335 

Macdonald, Ronald. God save the king. M1353.1 

MacGrath, Harold. Puppet crown. M1475 

Mackay, M. [Marie Corelli.] Thelma. Mi 53.9 

MacManus, Seumas. Donegal fairy stories. j M1677 

Magruder, J. Sunny southerner. M212.5 

Major, Charles. [Edward Caskoden.] Bears of Blue River. 

j M234.1 

Mason, A. E. W. Clementina. M398.2 

Mason, Caroline Atwater. Lily of France. M3983 

Merwin, Samuel. Road to Frontenac. M5763.1 
Merwin, Samuel and Webster, Henry K. Calumet "K" M5 763.2 

Meyer, Annie N. Robert Annys, poor priest. M6125 

Mitchell, J. A. Pines of Lory. M6795 

Mitchell, S. W. Circumstance. M681.8 

Molesworth, Mrs. M. L. Miss Bouverie. M719.13 

— Wood-pigeons and Mary. j M719.12 

Montresor, F. F. The alien. M811.4 

Moore, F. F. Nest of linnets. M8215 

Moore, J. T. Summer hymnal. M8225 
Morris, M. and Congdon, L. B., editors, Book of Bryn Mawr 

stories. ^ M8767 

Munroe, Kirk. Belt of Seven Totems. j M968.21 

Naylor, James Ball. Ralph Marlowe. N3335 

Nettieton, G. H., editor. Specimens of the short story; edited 

with notes and biographical sketches. N4755 

Noble, A. L. Professor's girls. j N747.1 
Noble, Mrs. L. L., [Pimenoff,] and Noble, Edmund. Before the 

dawn ; a story of Russian life. N7495 

Norris, F. Octopus ; a story of California. N855.1 

Ober, Frederick. Last of the Arawaks. j O125 

Page, T. N. Old gentleman of the black stock. P1335.8 

Parker, Gilbert. Right of way. P239.12 

Parr, Louisa. Dorothy Fox. P258.3 

Partridge, W. O. Angel of clay. P2758 

Payson, W. F. John Vytal. P3478 

Pemberton, M. Propatria. P395.8 

Peterson, M. H. Potter and the clay. P4855 

Pidgin, C. F. Blennerhassett. P6ia5.i 

Pier, A. S. Sentimentalists. P6i5.f 

Potter, M. H. House of de Mailly. P868.1 

Preston, S. H. Abandoned farmer. P9415 



79 

Price, E. C. Heiress of the forest. P94S-I 

Raine, A., pseud, for Mrs. B. Puddicombe. Garthowen ; a 
Welsh idyl. R155.1 

Rand, E, A. Fifer-boy of the Boston siege. R186.3 

Ray, A. C. Teddy, her daughter; a sequel to Teddy, her book. 

j R263.S 
Rayner, E. Visiting the sin. R275.2 

Reed, H. L. Brenda's summer at Rockley ; a sequel to Brenda, 
her school and her club. j R324.2 

Rhoades, Nina. Only Dollie. j R4745 

Richards, Laura E. Fernley House. j R5 16.21 

— Five-minute stories, j R5 16.19 

— Geoffrey Strong. R516.20 

Riggs, K. D. [Wiggin.] Penelope's Irish experiences. R569.g 

Robertson, H. Inlander. R6495.1 

Rohlfs, Mrs. A. K. [Green.] That affair next door. R738.8 

Robinson, Edith. Captain of the school. j R6592.2 

Rouse, A. L. Almost a genius. j R8635.1 

— Annice Wynkoop, artist. R8635.2 

— Deane girls. R8635.3 

— Helen Beaton, college woman. R8635 

Runkle, B. Helmet of Navarre. R9425 

Saunders, Marshall. 'Tilda Jane. j 8257,2 

Sawyer, J. Every inch a king. S2718 

Schwartz, J. Van der Poorten. [ Maarten Maartens.] Some 
women I have known ; [ short stories.] S399.4 

Scott, H. S. [ H. S. Merriman.] From one generation to 
another. S427.11 

— Money spinner ; [short stories,] S427.12 

Seawell, Molly Elliott. Laurie Vane ; [ short stories.] j S442.11 
— Papa Bouchard. S442.12 

Sharp, Evelyn. Youngest girl in the school. j S5315 

Shelton, J. de F. Salt-box house ; eighteenth century life in a 
New England hill town. S5453 

Siviter, A. P. Nehe, a tale of the time of Artaxerxes. j S6245 
Smith, Mrs. L. T. [Meade.] Betty, a schoolgirl. j S6543.6 

— Girls new and old. j 86543.7 

— Girls of St. Wodes. S6543 5 

— Polly, a new fashioned girl. j S6543.9 

— Sweet girl graduate. S6543.8 

— Bunch of cherries. . j S6543.10 

Smith, M. P. W. Four on a farm. j S655.11 

Spearman, Frank H. Held for orders ; Stories of railroad life. 

S7415 
Stephens, Robert N. Captain Ravenshaw. S835.2 



8o 

Stetson, G. E. [ Charming.] Fortunes of a day ; [short stories.] 

S8416 

Stevenson, B. E. Soldier of Virginia. S8473 

Stoddard, W. O. Jack Morgan ; a boy of 1812. j S869. 18 

— Wrecls; of the Sea Lion. j S869.19 

Stratemeyer, E. With Washington in the West. j S898.16 

Slronach, A. Newnham friendship, S922 

Sturgis, Julian, Stephen Calinari, §9355 

Sutcliffe, Halliwell. Mistress Barbara. S965 

Sutphen, W. Van T, Cardinal's rose, S9665 

Tappan, E. M. In the days of William the Conqueror, j Ti745,i 

Tarkington, B, Monsieur Beaucaire. TiSjS.i 

Taylor, S. C. Story of a little poet, j T2463 
Terhune, Mrs. M. V. H. [Marian Harland] and Terhune, 

A. P. Dr, Dale. T318.10 

Thompson, A. R. Gold -seeking on the Dalton trail. j T4683 

Thompson, M. King of Honey island. T4745,4 

— Milly; a romance of the Southland. T4745.3 

— Rosalynd's lovers T4745.5 

— Sweetheart Manette, T4745.1 

— Tallahassee girl. T4745.2 

Thurston, L. IVI. Mistress Brent. T5315 

Timlow, E. W. Nest of girls. T5835 

Tomlinson, E. T. Ward Hill at Weston, j T659,i9 

Townsend, E. W, Days like these. T7475.4 

True, J. P. Morgan's men, ^ j T8665.1 

Turnbull, F. L. Golden book of Venice. ■ T9425 

Tuttiett, M. G. [Maxwell Gray.] Four-leaved clover. T967.7 

Tweedale, V. Her Grace's secret, T9718 

Twombly, A, Kelea, the surf-rider ; a romance of pagan Hawaii, 

. T9745 

Upham, G. LeBaron, Jessica's triumph. j U67.3 

Van Dyke, H. Ruling passion, V248,i 

Verne, Jules. Around the world in eighty days, * V531.24 

Twenty thousand leagues under the sea, V53t,25 

Walford, L. B, One of ourselves, W 174.8 
Ward, E. S. [Phelps.] Fourteen to one ; [short stories.] W257.24 

Warren, C. Girl and the governor. W2865 

Watson, John [Ian Maclaren.] Young barbarians. j W339.4 

Wesselhoeft, L. F. High School days in Harbortown. j W5i5,8 

Wetmore, C, H. Fighting under the Southern cross. j VV54T5 

Weyman, S. J. Count Hannibal. W549.14 

Wharton, Edith, Crucial instances ; [short stories.] W5535.2 

Whistler, C. W. Havelok the Dane. j W5768 

Wilkins, Mary E, Portion of labor. W685.14 



Wilkins, Mary E. Understudies ; [short stories.] W685.13 

Wilson, R. B. Until the day breaks. W7525 

Wolf, E. Heirs of yesterday. W8535.1 

Wyatt, Edith. Everyone his own way; [short stories.] W9753 



BIOGRAPHY. 

Collected. 



Baker, T., editor ; Biographical dictionary of musicians. Ref. 

Brooks, G. Dames and daughters of colonial days. 920-B16 

Chapin, A. A. Masters of music. 920-C9 

Headley, J. T. Napoleon and his marshalls, 2 v. j 920-H13 

Hughes, R. Contemporary American composers. 920-H12 

Lahee, H. C. Famous pianists of to-day and yesterday. 920-L8 
Lamb, J. H. & Co. Biographical dictionary of the United 
States. V 4. Ref. 

Peacock, V. T. Famous American belles of the nineteenth 
century. 920-P9 

Richardson, J. D. Famous ladies of the English courts. 920-R7 

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Agassiz, L. ; by A. P. Gould. [Beacon biographies.] B-A262.2 
Alcuin. Alcuin and the rise of the Christian schools ; by A. W. 
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Alexander I. Historical memoirs ,of the Emperor Alexander I., 
and the court of Russia ; by madame la comtesse de Choiseul- 
Gouffier. B-A3728 

Alfred the Great ; by Sir Walter Besant. B-A392.3 

Audubon. In the days of Audubon ; by H. Butterworth. 

j B-A916.1 
Brady, C T. Recollections of a missionary in the great West. 

B-B8125 
— Under tops'ls and tents. B-B8125.1 

Brooks. Life and letters of Phillips Brooks; by A. V. G. Allen. 
2 V. B-B873.4 

Bullen, F. T. Log of a sea-waif. B-B9363.1 

— With Christ at sea, B-B9363 

Cooper. James Fenimore Cooper ; by W. B. S. Clymer. [ Bea- 
con biographies.] B-C777.1 
Cromwell. Oliver Cromwell ; by J. Morley. B-C946.4 
Custer. Boy general ; story of the life of Major-general George 
A. Custer ; by Mrs. E. B. Custer; edited by M. E. Burt. 

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Dodge, M. A. [Gail Hamilton.] Gail Hamilton's life in letters ; 
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Dreyfus, A. Five years of my life. 1894-1899. B-D778.1 

Drummond. Practical life work of Henry Drummond ; by 
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Edwards, Jonathan Edwards ; by A. V. G. Allen. B-E261 

Emerson, R. W. Life : by F. R. Sanborn. [Beacon biographies.] 

B-E53.9 
Evans, R. D. Sailor's log ; recollections of forty years of naval 
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Froebel. Froebel and education through self-activity ; by H. C. 
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Herbart. Herbart and the Herbartians ; by C. Garmo. [Great 
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Herschel. William Herschel and his work ; by J. Sime. [World's 
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Huxley, T. Life and letters of Thomas Huxley ; by L. 
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Kropotkin, P. Memoirs of a revolutionist. B-K935 

Lowell, James Russell Lowell ; by H, E. Scudder. 2 v. B-L915.3 
Marie, Antoinette. Les beaux jours de Marie Antoinette ; by 
Imbert de Saint-Amand, A. L., baron. F-B-M334 

Marie Louise. Marie Louise et la decadence de I'empire ; by 
Imbert de Saint-Amand, A. L., baron. F-B-M3345.1 

Marie Louise. Marie Louise et le^duc de Relchstadt ; by Imbert 
de Saint-Amand, A. L., baron. F-B-M3345.1 

Marie Louise. Marie Louise, I'ile d' Elbe et les cent jours ; by 
Imbert de Saint-Amand, A. L., baron. r-B-M3345.2 

Milton, John ; by W. Raleigh. B-M662.2 

Miiller, F. M. My autobiography. B-M9585.1 

Napoleon I. Napoleon, the last phase; by Lord Roseberv. 

B-N2 16.13 
Napoleon III. Louis Napoleon et mademoiselle de Montijo ; by 
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Napoleon III. Napoleon III et sa cour ; by Imbert de Saint- 
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Pestalozzi. Pestalozzi ; his life and work ; by R. de Guimps. 

B-P476 
Pitt. William Pitt, Earl of Chatham ; by W. D. Green. [Heroes 
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Prescott, William Hickling ; by George Ticknor. B-Pq335 

Reynolds. Sir Joshua Reynolds; by E. M. Hurll. [River- 
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Richelieu. Richelieu and the growth of French power; by J. B. 
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Riis, Jacob A. Making of an American . B-R5725 

St. Louis. St. Louis, the most Christian king ; by F. Perry. 
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Stevenson. Life of Robert Louis Stevenson ; by G. Balfour. 
2 V. B-S8484.2 

Tribulations of a princess ; by the author of the martyrdom of an 
empress. B-T8225 

Victoria, Queen. V. R. I. Queen Victoria, her life and empire ; by 
the marquis of Lome [now His Grace the duke of Argyll.] 

B-V64S5-2 
Washington, B. T. Up from slavery. B-W317 

Washington, George ; by Norman Hapgood. B-W3 18.21 

Zwingle, Huldreich ; by S. M. Jackson. B-Z98S 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF 
EXPENDITURES. 



INCIDENTALS. 



Paid Dedham & Hyde Park Gas & Electric 

Lt. Co., lighting and supplies, $ 25.67 

Hyde Park Elec. Lt. Co., lighting, i35-oo 

S. B. Balkan! cS^ Co., coal, 56.50 
Frank B. Rich, agent, rent offices, 1,099.93 
Frank B. Rich, agent, rent the Waverly 

Halls, 395 -oo 
W. D. Ward, directory, i.oo 
Harry G. Higbee, posting notices, i.oo 
T. Campbell, carriage service, 3.25 
C. H. White, carriage service, 8-75 
Mahony's Express, expressing, 1.65 
Delia Long, soldiers' relief, 30.00 
Henry B. Terry, obtaining, indexing, re- 
cording births, marriages and deaths, 257.90 
Hyde Park Ice Cream Co., lunches, 49-67 
Various physicians' birth returns 43 -oo 
W. W. White, labor, i.oo 
Franklin Process Engraving Co., repair- 
ing seal, 2.00 
C. Harry Corson, lunches, 7.77 
A. D. Nickerson, services, 7.00 
Hobbs, Warren & Co., stationery, ii-35 
W. E. White, labor, 3.50 
Gem Lunch, lunches, 1.50 
Francis Doane & Co., stationery, 10.00 
F. H. Shepherd, carriage service, .75 
J. M. Kiggen, salary. Inspector of 

Animals, 100.00 

W. H. Plummer, labor, 10.50 

J. H. Tuckerman, repairing chairs, 1.25 

A. E. Tibbetts, labor and stock, 9.25 

Office, Bank & Library Co., filing case, 22.50 



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Paid Geo. E. Hunt, posting, 3.00 
A. G. Childs, supplies, 7.00 
Adams Express Co., expressing, i.oo 
F. W. Darling Co., coal, . 60.00 
R. H. Corson, lunches, 3-oo 
S. Edwards, supplies, 1.50 
Wm. Cullen and Wm. Davis, repair- 
ing flag pole, 10.00 
U. Holzer, binding, 23.60 
Geo. H. Snow, salary, Inspector of 

Buildings, 200.00 

Geo. E. Noyes, labor, 10.15 
The Mitchell M'f g Co., repairing check 

punch, 1.25 
New England Tel. & Tel. Co., tele- 
phone service, 204.33 
D. H. Mcintosh, stationery, 1.05 
Geo. W. Lockwood, secretary Board of 

Selectmen, , 250.00 

Geo. L. Richardson, plans, 5.00 
James F. Rogers, settlement in full 

account damages, 20.00 
Elizabeth K. Jenney, copying transfers, 100.00 
Thorp & Martin Co., stationery, 7.00 
Henry B. Terry, professional services, 7.00 
Sampson, Murdock & Co., directory, 5.00 
Norfolk County Registry of Deeds, re- 
cording, 1.92 
Henry B. Terry, cash paid out, .25 
Geo. W. Chapman, secretary Board of 

Assessors, 250.00 

Frederic Endicott, professional services, 23.65 

H. C. Dimond Co., stencils, 2.65 

B. E. Phillips, labor and stock, 11.00 
Henry B. Terry, preparing new register 

for Registrar of Voters, 23.00 

W. H. Harlow, coal, 66.75 

O. B. Ostrom & Co., stock and labor, 1.75 

Geo. E. Whiting, rent of land, 200.00 

Daniel O'Connell, serving 'warrants, 26.60 

R. P. Moseley, cash paid out, i.oo 
Henry B. Terry, services Registrar of 

Voters, 70.00' 



86 

Paid R. N. Burnes, furniture, 6.50 

Editti I. Higbee, copying, ii-55 

E. Q. Dyer, supplies, 25.26 
W. F. Dodge, Janitor, Services and cash 

paid out, 557-50 

Adams, Gushing & Foster, stationery, 96.31 

W. W. Hilton, labor and stock, 3.65 
Richard F. Boynton, salary Inspector of 

Buildings, 75-oo 

Rich Brothers, suppHes, 23.60 
Samuel R. Moseley, printing, advertising 

and postage, _ i, 5 38-45 

A. Raymond, carriage service, 41.00 

J. W. Mills, supplies, 9.45 
Corson Express Co., expressing and 

carriage service, 34- 10 
Hyde Park Times, printing and adver- 
tising, 162.50 
Henry S. Bunton, Treas., pay rolls, tellers 

and ballot clerks at elections, 263.00 
Emily R. Hawes, execution judgment, 

account sewer claim, 100.00 
Franklin C. Graham, burial services 
under Chaps. 164 and 162 of Acts 

of 1897 and 1900, 105.00 

F. L. George, insurance premiums, 93-8? 
A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, 23.35 
W. E. Smalling, labor and stock, 14-25 
John Hodgkinson & Sons, strips, .25 
W. H. Barritt, photographs, 7.50 
Edward D. Blake, insurance premiums, 96.00 
O. M. Higgins, plans, 100.00 
M. J. Carroll, burial services under 

Chaps. 164 and 162 of Acts of 1897 

and 1900, 35-00 

Alice G. Morrison, clerical services, 65.00 
Henry B. Terry, services to Board of 

Selectmen, 200.00 
Woman's Relief Corps, lunches at 

election, 47 -13 

Library Bureau, cards, 1.60 

Geo. W. Lockwood, insurance premiums, 30.00 

James R. Murphy, professional services, 75-oo 



87 

Paid John Appell, services, 3.00 

Edna F. Davenport, typewriting, .75 

Clarence L. Stevens, stenographer and 

typewriting, 8.08 

A. P. Bickmore, furniture, 6.50 

H. R. Hitchcock, M. D., professional 

services, 25.00 

James E. Cotter, professional services, 425.00 

Chas. F. Jenney, settlement of costs, 

account Hyde Park Ave. widening, 136.60 

Various undertakers' death returns, 21.25 

A. Fisher, stationery, 1.45 

Geo. B. Anderson, services as Tree War- 
den and cash paid out, 55-oo 

Wm. M. Thom.as, balance due for serv- 
ices as Sealer of Weights and 
Measures, 38-69 

$8,458.27 

Cr. 

By balance unexpended from last year, $1,585.70 

Appropriation, $11,000.00 

Transferred to School Commit- 
tee, January 8, 1902, $ 300.00 
Transferred to Board of Health, 

January 8, 1902, 1,600.00 

$1,900.00 

Net appropriation, $9,100.00 



$10,685.70 



Balance unexpended, 2,227.43 

Note — Of this balance $385.40 set apart by town for Assessors' 
plans. 

POLICE. 

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

as per pay rolls, ' $9,709.07 

John Johnston, labor and stock, ii-30 

Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lighting, 84.03 

A. Raymond, carriage services, 33-5o 



Paid F. W. Darling Co., coal and wood, 125.25 
J. W. Mills, supplies, 4.02 
Pekin Tea Co., supplies, .85 
Thorp & Martin Co., stationery, 13-03 
Readville Electric Co., electrical work, 2.13 
Edward Q. Dyer, supplies, 1 1 .85 
Mitchell M'fg. Co., badges, 9.25 
C. E. Hawes, use of boat, 2.00 
John McKenna, posting, 2.70 
Wm. F. Chester, billies, 5.00 
New England Tel. and Tel. Co., tele- 
phone service, 88.82 
Daniel S. Kennedy, leathering clubs, 3.00 
W. E. Smalling, labor, 1.68 
S. R. Moseley, printing, 12.00 
F. W. Swett, labor, 2.75 
Benjamin Rafter, labor and stock, 23.52 
A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, 8.10 
Jos. McDermott, labor and stock, 8.19 
Rich Bros., supplies, 5.00 
C. E. Davenport, ice and labor, 16.28 
Wm. W. Scott, laundry, 1.58 
Waterbury Button Co., buttons, 18.75 

Cr. 

By balance unexpended from last year, $ 700.31 

Appropriation, March, 1901, 9,600.00 

" January, 1902, 1,000.00 



$10,203.65 



,11,300.31 



Balance unexpended, $1,096.66 

* Note : ^Salary of Chief-of-Police is $1,300] patrolmen, $960; 
special officers $2.50 per day. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Paid *Henry S. Bunton, Treas., drivers, 
steward, supt. of fire alarm, as per 
pay rolls, $4,581.23 

Corson Express Co., expressing and use 

of horses, 20.52 



89 

Paid Jss. Forgie & Son, harness supplies, 4.50 

Tuttle Elixir Co., elixir, 6.00 

M. Galligan, supplies, 6.63 

C. E. McDonald, blacksmithing, 18.00 

G. M. Stevens, fire alarm supplies, 90.21 
Daniel S. Kennedy, harness goods and 

repairing, 49.00 

E. Q. Dyer, supphes, 34-86 
W. J. Peterson, services, 5.85 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lighting, 185. 2 8 
Dodge & Tyler, hay and grain, 394-44 
J. W. "Hudson, blacksmithing, 98.00 
Hook and Ladder Co., 825.00 
Hose Co. No. i, * 656.25 
Hose Co. No. 2, 375.00 
Hose Co. No. 3, 375.00 
Chemical Co., 225.00 
Chas. F. Stack, M. D., professional 

ser\'ices, 30.00 

American Tool & Machine Co., labor. 4-7o 

C. H. Batchelder, covers, 1.25 

Geo. Miles, supplies, 21.14 

S. J. Kivlin, washing, 8.09 

Cornelius Callahan, hose and repairing, 523.60 
New England Tel. & Tel. Co.,' telephone 

service, 43-64 

L. Grant, labor, 70.00 

Readville Electric Co., labor, 2.02 

F. D. Darhng Co., coal and grain, i49-72 
W. H. Harlow, lumber and coal, 156.80 
C. Murphy, blacksmithing, 23.25 
S. E. Spencer, badges, 32.00 
Boston Lightning Rod Co., horses, 250.00 
Rich Bros., supplies, 22.08 
W. C. Morse, labor, 8.00 
H. A. Collins & Co., grain, 50.22 
Greenwood & Co., supplies, 8.50 
J. A. Crowley & Co., medicines, 4.00 
A. Raymond, use of horses, 3 7 -So 
C. E. Terry & Co., paper, 1.25 
W. E. DeCrow, fire alarm'boxes, 308.32 
Thomas Fallon, medicines, .55 

G. F. Wellington, repairing, 1.50 



90 

Paid C. F. Atwood, M. D., professional services, lo.oo 

Hyde Park Caramel Co., lunches, 6.79 

Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., oil, .95 

Raymond Show Case Co., show case, 18.00 
New York, New Haven & Hartford R. R., 

rent of land, i5-oo 

A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, 5.56 
L. G. Stone, hoof packing, 5.00 
W. G. Adams, M, D., professional services, 2.00 
L. F. Upham, disinfectant, 10.00 
Frederick W. Dodge, M. D., professional 

services, 4.00 
John Johnston, repairing, painting wag- 
ons and blacksmithing, 328.51 
J. A. & W. Bird & Co., chemicals, 20.88 
F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, ^5-39 
J. M. Keegan, professional services, 41 -50 

B. B. Kivlin, labor, 49-79 

E. W. Lombard, labor, 2 50 
A. H. French, polish, 4.00 
R. N. Burnes, mattresses, etc., 30-35 
W. G. Robinson, use of team, 11.00 
Hyde Park Ice Cream Co., lunches, 6.20 
Henry K. Barnes, fire departnjent supplies, 83.48 

F. W. Sawtelle & Co., grain and coal, 222.30 
Frank Kunkel, repairing, 100.45 
M. Jenkins, washing, 29.03 
Scrannage Bros., supplies, 4.00 
J. C. McDougald, services as Chief En- 
gineer, 150.00 

W. G. Robinson, services as Engineer, 100.00 

J. H. Wetherbee, services as Engineer, 100 00 
J. H. Wetherbee, services as Clerk and 

cash paid out, 28.75 



Cr. 
By balance unexpended from last year, $ 1,444.51 

Amount of appropriation, 11,300.00 



'11,114-33 



.12,744.51 



Balance unexpended, • $1,630.18 

*NoTE — Drivers and permanent men receive $800 per year ; 
Steward and Superintendent of Alarm, $900 per year. 



91 

INSURANCE. 

Paid Hartford Steam Boiler Insurance and 

Inspection Co., insurance premiums, $187.50 

" 177.60 

" 232.80 

" 677.22 

" 341.00 

381.75 

" 2.13 



Frank P. McGregor, 
Joseph J. Houston, 
Geo. W. Lockwood, 
Henry B. Terry, 
Henry S. Bun ton, 
Frank L. George, 



Cr. 



By amount of appropriation. 



STREET LIGHTS. 

Paid Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lighting, $9,824.37 
Chas. T. Peck, lighting and cash paid 

out, 158.05 
Dedham and Hyde Park Gas and Elec- 
tric Light Co., lighting, 26.25 
G. W. Morse & Son, labor and stock, 2.15 



Cr. 

By balance unexpended from last year. 
Amount of appropriation. 



$ 1,078.47 
10,300.00 



$2,000.00 



52,000.00 



;io,oio.82 



,11,378.47 



Balance unexpended. 



^1,367-65 



I 



STREET WATER. 

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

payrolls, $3,323.90 

Dexter Bros., varnish, 10.50 

John Johnston, repairing, ♦ 107.45 

Abbott Downing Co., sprinklers, 30.00 

Chas. A. Claflin, valves, ■ 64.80 

Hyde Park Water Co., cranes, 358.28 

Hyde Park Water Co., water, 845.64 

J. H. Tuckerman, covers, 1.50 

J. L. & H. K. Potter, shades and nuts, 20.00 



92 

Paid W. E. Sraalling, labor, 7.08 

W. G. Lugton, labor, ,40 

A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, 21.48 



Cr. 



^4,791-03 



By balance unexpended from last year, $ 652.94 

Amount of appropriation, 4,500.00 ,'^5,152.94 



Balance unexpended, ^361.91 



FIRE HYDRANTS. 

Paid Hyde Park Water Co., hydrant service, ^5,675.00 

Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, $5,675.00 



HIGHWAYS. 



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

rolls, $12,718.63 
John Johnston,' blacksmithing^ and re- 
pairing, 125.68 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lighting, 41.28 
Charles F. Morrison, lanterns, 4. So 
M. O'Connor, blacksmithing, 5420 
James Mackintosh, harness work, 11. 10 
Daniel S. Kennedy, harness work, 45 -So 
Josiah Goss, gravel, 2.50 
H. H. Harvey, supplies, 20.13 
J. W. Hudson, blacksmithing, 50.80 
Jos. Breck & Sons, plow and supplies, 6.75 
L. T. Corrigan, stone, 118.60 
A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, 5 7-io 
A. J. Wellington, plates, 87.13 
Mass. District PoHce, inspecting boilers, 4.00 
Good Roads Machinery Co., fans, 10.50 
C. C. Chisholm, concreting, 301 52 
R. Williams, labor and stock, 173-85 
New England Tel. and Tel. Co., tele- 
phone service, 22.45 



93 

Paid J. A. Scherer, plank, 121.48 

American Broom Co., brooms, 8.00 

Geo. McQuesten & Co., Imiiber, 18.24 

Chas. A. Claflin & Co., valves, 10.80 

W. A. Wood & Co., oil, 4.50 

L. F. Upham, varnish, 4.00 

W. H. Harlow, lumber, cement, etc., 758.50 

S. & R. J. Lombard, stone, " 335-92 

Frank Kunkel, labor, 8.75 

Mrs. W. B. Gould, gravel, 4.60 

A. H. Richardson, lumber, 28.56 

Peter Shepard, concreting, 1,465.98 

C. T. Griffiths, supplies, 18.10 

W. G. Lugton, blacksmithing, 38.30 

T. H. Corrigan, stone, 182.10 

Hyde Park Water Co., pipe, 10.40 

F. W. Conn, blacksmithing, 46.80 
Arthur T. Rogers, gravel, 32.40 
Sudbury Oil Supply Co., oil, 8.66 
Becker-Brainard Milhng Mch. Co., sup- 
plies, 3.06 

Amelia B. Vose, land, 67.50 

A. P. Bickmoie, saw, 2.00- 

Boston Belting Co., belting, 1.39 

C. E. Davenport, labor, - 4.00 

Benjamin Rafter, labor and stock, 149-23 

G. G. Ledder, shade, 1.75 
Alice M. Mcintosh, stationery, .72 
John D. Bullard, gravel, i7-55 
Thomas Minton, sand, 24.30 
John McKenna, tools, 8.30 
Dexter Bros., varnish, 14.00 
E. A. W. Hammett, services, 18.00 
J. S. Lovejoy, supplies, 1.56 
Austin Ford & Son, rims, 124.80 
W, E. Smalling, labor and stock, 6.20 
American Loom Co., gravel, 26.30 
Boston Blower Co., supplies, 2.41 
Geo. Fuller, gravel, _ 10.00 
W. T, McLaughlin, grain, 21.60 
S. A. Tucker, gravel, 31-75 
Peter Fallon, gravel, 21.00 
Thorp & Martin Co., stationery,. 1.50 



94 

Paid E. Q. Dyer, supplies, i55-99 

Dodge & Tyler, grain and feed, 423.38 
American Tool & Machine Co., labor 

and stock, 10.58 

Henry Hill, professional services, 2 1 .00 

Frost & Adams, draughtsman's supplies, 14.29 

E. W. Everson, crushed stone, 4,285.78 

F. W. Darling Co., grain and coal, 98.45 
Geo. Lincoln & Co., covers, 78.69 
Robert Kragg, labor, 10.00 
Corson Express Co., expressing and use 

of team, 16.05 

H. A. Collins & Co., grain and feed, 222.77 

F. W. Sawtelle & Co., sand and coal, 212.68 

Clarence G. Norris, cash paid out, 12.10 
New York, New Haven & Hartford 

R. R., freight, 17.46 

E. S. Alden, supphes, 6.72 

Dariel Russell, labor and stock, 52.36 

E. D. Savage, grain and feed, 22.79 

F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, .96 
Hyde Park Renovating & Cleansing Co., 

cleaning blankets. 



$23,184.88 



Cr. 

By balance unexpended from last year, $ 4,508.54 

Appropriation, March, 1901, 18,000.00 

Street assessments, 458.90 

Sidewalk assessments, 283.08 



$23,250.52 



Balance unexpended. 



$65.64 



MONPONSET STREET. 

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

pay rolls, $394-94 

Daniel O'Connell, serving warrants, 7.23 

C. G. Norris, surveying and plans, 6.00 
Norfolk Registry of Deeds, recording 

plan and lay out, 1.63 



95 

Paid Spaulding Print Paper Co., paper, .40 

H. J. Roach, gravel, 89.80 

^500.00 

Cr. 
By appropriation, ^500.00 



HOLMFIELD AVENUE. 

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

pay rolls, ^298.17 

Daniel O'Connell, serving warrants, 7.43 

C. G. Norris, surveying and plans, 6.00 
Norfolk Registry of Deeds, recording 

plan and lay out, 1.62 

Spaulding Print Paper Co., paper, .40 

H. J. Roach, gravel, 59-20 



Cr. 

By appropriation. 



5372.82 



STREET RAILWAY TAX. 

Paid Henry S. Bunton, Treas., labor, as per 
pay rolls, 
E. W. Everson, crushed stone, 
Thomas Kingston, gravel, 

Cr. 

By balance unexpended from last year, 
Appropriated January 8, 1902, 



^I 


,03s 


.61 




395-39 




28, 


•65 


$2 


,069. 


,09 


2 


,201. 


,42 



^1,459-65 



4,270.51 



Balance unexpended, 2,810.86 



GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 
Paid Timothy Ingraham Post, 121, G. A. R., ^200.00 

Cr. 
By appropriation, $200.00 



96 

SALARIES. 

Paid Frank B. Rich, services as Selectman, $200.00 

Fred G. French, " 200.00 

Alonzo W. Dunbar, " 200.00 

Edward Q. Dyer, " 200.00 

James F. Pring, " 200.00 

Henry B. Terry, " Town Clerk, 250.00 

Henry S. Bunton, " Town Treasurer, 500.00 

Charles F. Morrison, " Assessor, 300.00 

George W. Chapman, " " 300.00 

Frank Greenwood, " " 300.00 

W. S. Everett, services on Board of Health, 100.00 

William W. Scott, " 100.00 

Charles F. Stack, " 100.00 

Charles Lewis, services as Overseer of Poor, 150.00 

George E. Haven, " 150.00 

George W. Chapman, " 150.00 
William F. Mclntyre, services, Registrar of 

Voters, 40.00 
John B. Chadbourne, services. Registrar of 

Voters, * 40.00 
Arthur T. Rogers, services, Registrar of Vot- 
ers, 40.00 
Henry B. Terry, services. Registrar of Voters, 40.00 
David Perkins, services, Sewer Commis- 
sioner, 100.00 
Charles Haley, services, Sewer Commis- 
sioner, 100.00 
William U. Fairbairn, services. Sewer Com- 
missioner, 100.00 
Charles F. Jenney, services. Cemetery Com- 
missioner, 50.00 
George E. Whiting, services. Cemetery 

Commissioner, 50.00 
John O'Connell, services. Cemetery Com- 
missioner, 50.00 
Fred C. Stone, services as Auditor, 25.00 
Frank C. Titcomb, " 25.00 
William J. Downey, " 25.00 
Randolph P. Moseley, services as Tax Col- 
lector, (yearipoi) (on account), 500.00 



,585.00 



97 






Cb. 






Dm last year, 


51,300.00 
5,585-00 


$6,885.00 








$2,300.00 



Appropriation, 
Balance unexpended. 



PUBLIC PARKS. 
Cr. 
By ba:lance unexpended from last year, $1,504.00 



$1,504.00 



Balance unexpended, $1,504.00 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

CURRENT EXPENSES. 

Paid Elizabeth Ainsworth, librarian, $500.00 

G. L. Adams, assistant " 300.00 

N. A. Stone, " " 259.16 

E. J. Chandler, janitor, 500.00 

I. Winchenbaugh, " , 20.83 

H. Stavers, assistant in library, 30-5o 

Eva V. Ainsworth, assistant in library, 88.37 

J. A. Ainsworth, " " " 1.50 

J. A. Paine, cases, 30.92 

.W. B. Kollock, insurance, 90.00 

E. M. Cundall, express to Readville, 24.00 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lighting, 208.45 
Dedham and H. P. G. and E. L. Co., lighting, 65.17 

F. W. Darling Co., coal, 293.99 
H. D. Noyes & Co., periodicals, 202.50 
Little, Brown & Co., books, 217.81 
Damrell & Upham, books, 3.44 
C. H. Gilson, books, 17.00 
C. A. Nichols, book, 6.00 
Library Bureau, supplies, ' 52.15 
B. E. Phillips, painting, 23.50 
J. H. Pray Sons & Co., rugs, 50.00 
F. J. Barnard & Co., binding, 143.20 



98 

Paid S. R. Moseley, printing, 63.10 

Hyde ?ark Times, printing, 15-25 

Mahony's Express, expressage, 10.75 

Corsen's Express, expressage, 14-05 

J. A. Haigh, labor, 5.80 

Tennant & Ward, supplies, 4.41 

D. H. Mcintosh, " 7.35 
A. E. Mcintosh, " 2.00 

E. Q. Dyer, supplies, 6.94 

E. J. Chandler, " 8.25 
Carter, Rice & Co., paper, 44.16 
T. Cleary, labor, 7.00 

F. W. Gleason & Co., plumbing, 5.20 
Boston Brass Co., metal work, 50.00 
Sampson, Murdock & Co., directory, 5.00 
McKenny & Waterbury, repairing lantern, 40.00 
A. W. Dunbar, painting, 30.72 
Picard & Krough, electricians, 6.16 
Williams and Everett, pictures, 31 -00 
Printing Bureau, card catalogues, 50.00 
Samuel Ward, supplies, , 4.55 
Dennison M'f'g Co., supplies, 1.20 
J. Johnston, supplies, 1.50 
Paine Furniture Co., supplies, 1.25 
Mark E. Noble, suppUes, * i.oo 
George H. Peare, mason, 2.00 
C. A. Rockfort, directory, 2.00 
Library Art Club, subscription, 5.00 
Nightingale & Childs, covermg steam pipes, 58.01 
W. H. Barrett, suppHes, 2.75 
Typewriting Co., supplies, 4.00 
Readville Electric Co., lamps, i9-33 
J. R. Corthell, bag, i.oo 
Estate M. A. Hawley, salary, 66.67 
C. C. Higbee, work, 3.00 
W. P. Saunders, stamp, 3 -00 
J. R. Jackson, repairs, 12.50 
Post Office, box rent, • 2.00 
A. Storrs & Bement Co., paper, 1.80 
Oliver Whyte & Co., metal door, 12.00 
A. Duncan, inclosing radiators, 35 -oo 
Incidentals, 1900 and 1901, 95-32 



1,870.51 





99 






Amt. brought forward, 


Cr. 




^3,870.51 


By balance unexpended, 




$ 45-78 




Appropriation, 




4,000.00 


$4,045.78 






Balance unexpended, 


$175-27 


BOOKS. 






Paid Little, Brown & Co., 




^711.77 




C. W. Thompson & Co., 




14.05 




Damrell & Upham, 




13.00 




D. Appleton & Co., 




6.00 




J. T. White & Co., 




1.00 


$745.82 








Cr. 






By balance unexpended, 




^ 7-99 




Dog licenses, 




858.70 


$866.69 




:^URES. 

$826.85 


Balance unexpended. 


$120.87 


CEMETERY 


EXPENDH 




Paid pay roll, 






Superintendent's salary. 




400.00 




N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., 




.62 




A. Wellington, dynamite. 




1. 00 




James W. Vinal, nails. 




5-05 




Wadsworth & Rowland, paints, 


10.50 




P. Allen, markers. 




17.00 




John E. Thompson, building fence. 


49.08 




James W. Vinal, hardware, 




6.00 




Shady Hill Nursery, trees. 




10.80 




Mahony's Express, 




i.ia 




Wadsworth & Howland, paints. 


6.3a 




Ames Plow Co., picks and shovels. 


13-54 




A. M. Morton & Co., hose bibb. 


3.66 




S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber and cement. 


186.97 




E. T. Paul, posts, 




26.0a 




Ames Plow Co., hose. 




17.25 




Perry Nursery Co., shrubs. 




18.00 




Money order. 




.iS 





lOO 

Paid S. R. Moseley, printing, 7.50 

Eastern Salt Co., sacking, 7.50 

H. P. Water Co., 4.29 

Oil, 3.84 

• Mahony's Express, i.io 

P. Allen, markers, 9.50 

H. P. Water Co., 11.70 

E. A. W. Hammatt, surveying, 27.40 

W. H. Harlow, cement, 9.80 

W. H. Harlow, cement, 9.20 

E. A. W. Hammatt, surveying, 5.00 

H. P. Water Co., 3.45 

New Eng. Tel. & Tel. Co., 12.50 

E. Q. Dyer, 9.67 

J. Hudson, blacksmi thing, 4.25 

N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., freight, .54 



Cr. 

By balance in treasury, February i, 1901, ^7,217.45 

Sale of lots, 1,850.00 

Sale of single graves, 245.00 

Interments and tomb fees, 542,00 

Foundations, 191.89 

Wood, * 8.00 

Labor, 8.00 

Stones, 5.00 

Grass, 2.00 
Interest on fund from Town of Hyde Park, 288.69 



.1,727.14 



^10,358.03 
Balance unexpended, $8,630.89 



BOARD OF HEALTH. 

By balance unexpended, $ 282.03 

Appropriation, 6,500.00 

Additional appropriation, 4,600.00 



$11,382.03 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Paid collection of swill as per pay roll, $1,377.00 

Mrs. E. Hukins, collecting swill, 702.00 

Collection of ashes, etc., as per pay roll, 2,034.13 



lOI 

Paid C. T. Lovell, Inspector of Plumbing and 

Health Officer and cash paid out, 1,262.14 
W. W. Scott, use of horse and cash paid 

out, 45 -oo 
F. W. Sawtelle & Co., hay and grain, 284.25 
David W. Murray, counsel fees, 50.00 
Corson's Express, expressing, etc., 14.90 
Adams Express Co., expressing, .75 
W. G. Lugton, stable rent and horseshoe- 
ing, etc., 124-95 
Frank Kunkel, repairs on wagons, etc., 19.10 

D. S. Kennedy, blankets and repairs on 

harnesses, 44-75 

M. O'Connor, horseshoeing, 26.00 

J. A. Crowley, medicine, 2.00 

A. Raymond, teams, 57-5° 

N. E. Towel Supply Co., towels, etc., 6.00 

Frank Norton, labor, i.oo 

S. R. Moseley, printing, 2.25 

C. F. Leeds, printing, 17.00 

Daniel O'Connell, serving notices, 13-30 

Welch & Hall, horse, 213.75 

E. Q. Dyer, supplies, 10.45 
Henry N.Hill, M. D. V., attending horses, 31 -7 5 
Melvin, Badger Co., formaldehyde and 

supplies, 8.00 
W. S. Everett, M. D., on account of sal- 
ary as clerk and cash paid out, 176.25 
Stewart McKenzie, building wagon, etc., 205.08 
W. G. Adams, M.D., professional services, 52.50 
Charles Sturtevant, M. D., " " 46.00 
E. H. Baxter, M. D., " " 35.00 
C. P. Atwood, M. D., " " 21.50 
A. D. Holmes, M. D., " " 25.50 
J. T. Tibbetts, M. D., " " 17.00 
Lucy Barney Hall, M. D., " " 122.50 
Frederick A. Hall, M. D., " " 22.50 
Donald D. Brough, M. D., ." " 25.00 
M. J. Cronin, M. D., " " ' 5.00 
John C. Lincoln, M. D., " " 30.00 
Charles F. Stack, M. D., 

and cash paid out, • 1,085.00 



I02 

Paid J. H. O'Connor, M. D., professional serv- 
ices, 59.50 
James Hayes, rent, 8.00 
Elsie M. Burgess, clerical work, i5-oo 
W. P. Crawford, services as nurse in diph- 
theria case, 20.00 
W. T. McLaughlin, hay and grain, 44-49 
W. L. Andrews, painting and papering, 25.25 
R. N. Burnes, furniture, bedding, etc., 23.50 
Rich Bros., hospital supplies, 22.78 
William H. Harlow, coal, 46-15 
J. M. Burns, treasurer, clothing, , 16.41 
B. Benari, shoes, 5.75 
M. Gelewitz, rubber boots, 6.50 
A. P. Bickmore, stoves, 8.00 
Adams, Cushing & Foster, index, 3.00 
P. B. Campbell, carriage, 9.25 
J. M. Kiggen, M. D. V., attendance on horses, 7.00 
P. Murphy, horseshoeing, 15-25 
John Johnson, repairs, 1.75 
Typewriter Exchange, typewriter and sup- 
plies, 38.50 
Hill, Whitney & Wood, aluminum castings, 4.75 
F. W. Darling, hay, 27.23 
R. M. Starbuck, examination prints, i3-oo 
Hyde Park Times, printing, 21.75 
Studley & Simpson, garbage cans, 31-20 
T. F. Fallon, vaccine points and supplies, 42.43 
E. E. Hall, clerical work, 129.00 
J. S. Coveney, labor and material, small- 
pox hospital, 278.95 
Joseph W. Mills, groceries and provisions, 137.42 
William H. Norris, rent, 50.00 
Mrs. Cleary, services as nurse in diphtheria 

case, 5.00 
Mrs. Bertha Hamilton, services as nurse 

in smallpox cases, 200.00 
Mrs. Mary Keefe, board on account of 

smallpox case, 69.28 
Mark E. Noble, vaccine points, shields 

and hospital supplies, 188.37 

H. A. Beal, M. D., professional services, 56.00 

John F. Morgan, M. D., " ' " 59.50 



I03 

Paid H. R. Hitchcock, M. D., professional services, 29.50 
Charles C. Partridge, M. D., " " 16.00 

D. J. Hanlon, M. D., " " 18.50 

Dr. Thomas Waterman, estate, vaccine 

points, 176.25 

Charles F. Morrison, groceries and provisions, 33.25 
F. W. Gleason & Co., stove pipe and labor, 10.51 
Mahony's Express, expressing, 9.85 

George Miles, groceries and provisions, 19.16 

L. xA-selbuch, provisions, 3.83 

N. E. Telegraph & Telephone Co., 6.17 



510,229.78 
Balance unexpended, $1,152,25 



SWILL ACCOUNT 

Paid Adams Express Co., expressing, $ 7.05 

E. C. Farwell, cash paid out, i.io 

C. T. Lovell, salary and cash paid out, ' 51.80 
Collecting swill, as per pay roll, 69.00 
Collecting ashes, " " " 98.00 
Thomas Hearn, blank book, 8.00 
N. E. Towel and Supply Co., 4.00 
J. G. Bolles,. supplies, - 1.87 
E. S. Shepherd, carriage, i.oo 

D. Mcintosh, supplies, 70 
Carter, Carter & Meigs, formaldehyde, 3.80 
Mass. Assos. Board of Health, 4.50 
Wilburn Caldwell, care of swill, 10.00 
W. W. Scott, cash paid out, 1.40 
J. H. Tuckerman, repairing furniture, 1.25 
Dan'l O'Connell, serving notices, 1.20 
Willard S. Everett, Clerk, cash paid out, 75-35 



5340.02 



Balance on hand February i, 1091, $215.15 
Received from sale of swill, 125.00 
Balance on hand February i, 1902, .13 

^340.15 



SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 



SALARIES. 



SUPERINTENDENT. 



Paid F. O. Draper, 



^2,500.00 





HIGH SCHOOL. 




Paid M. S. Getchell, 




^2,000.00 


Emerson Rice, 




1,300.00 


A. W. Lowe, 




400.00 


M. E. Howard, 




800.00 


A. M. Linscott, 




400.00 


R. P. Bridgman, 




700.00 


M. E. Houston, 




650.00 


E. L. Bishop, 




625.00 


L. T. Wood, 




625.00 


S. M. Whitman, 




325.00 


A. M. Twigg, 


" 


300.00 


E. R. Palmer, 


DAMON SCHOOL. 


106.00 






Paid G. L. Farley, 




$1,100.00 


E. de Senancour, 




500.00 


J. E. Donovan, 


• 


500.00 


F. E. Barker, 




225.00 


G. M. Webster, 


AMOS WEBSTER SCHOOL, 


200.00 






Paid S. W. Mendell, 




$ 25.00 


L. J. Davis, 




475.00 


E. G. Plummer, 




450.00 


G. S. Mitchell, 




402.50 


M. E. Gray, 




402.50 



>2,50O.OO 



,225.00 



52,525.00 



$1,755.00 



I05 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 



Paid D. G. Thompson, 

E. Wood, 

A. I. Childs, 
H. P. Cleaves, 
M. D. Ballou, 
H. Balkam, 

B. J. Rich, 

H. F. Packard, 
H. M. Gidney, 
L. M, Foss, 
A. M. Neis, 

F. A. Putnam, 

G. E. Preble, 



Paid A. E. Haley, 



BUTLER SCHOOL. 



>I, 400.00 

44.00 

500.00 

550.00 

180.00 

437-50 
450.00 
500.00 
412.50 
416.50 
45.00 
275.00 
6.75 



^12.50 



GREW SCHOOL. 




Paid F. H. Dean, 


$1,400.00 


M. E. Bertram, 


350.00 


L. H. Littlefield, 


500.00 


G. Osborne, 


437-50 


F. E. Harlow, 


500.00 


A. J. Campbell, 


500.00 


N. M. Howes, 


500.00 


J. F. Ellis, 


475.00 


B. Sparrell, 


500.00 


F. E. Holmes, 


50.00 


D. Ford, 


100.00 


FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 




Paid A. W. Armstrong, 


$1,400.00 


S. L. Gile, 


500.00 


N. T. Mellen, 


500.00 


M. E. Le Bourveau, 


450.00 


S. A. Coggeshall, 


450.00 


J. E. Hammond, 


500.00 


,N. S. Ballou, 


450.00 


H. 0, Thompson, 


500.00 



55»2i7.25 



5412.50 



,312.50 



$4,750.00 



io6 



WELD SCHOOL. 

Paid M. E. Merrow, $450.00 



HEMENWAY SCHOOL. 

Paid D. F. Hastings, $500.00 



MUSIC. 



Paid B. H. Hamblin, 



)7oo.oo 



DRAWING. 

Paid A. M. Kimball, $250.00 

A. T. Boardman, 250.00 



TRUANT OFFICER-IN-CHIEF. 

Paid H. V. Harwood, $250.00 



JANITORS. 

Paid O. A. Cook, High, 

G. D. McDonald, Greenwood, 

I. H. Winchenbaugh, Amos Webster, 

Albert Cook, Butler, 

J. A. Peterson, Grew, 

E. J. Peterson, Grew, 

B . H. Howes, Fairmount, 

I- T. McConnell, Weld, 

A. W. Henderson, Damon, 

G. H. Clapp, Damon, 

G. F. Wellington, Hemenway, 



$180.00 
540.00 
400.00 

TOO.OO 
710.00 
75.00 
540.00 
250.00 
120.00 
360.00 
200.00 



FUEL. 

Paid F. W. Sawtelle & Co., 2^,^ tonscoal, High, $109.95 

" " 4 " " F'rm'nt, 19.08 

Caleb Hall, 2}^ cords wood, " i3-75 

'* " I " Weld, 5.50 

" " I " H'm'w'y, 2.75 

" " 2}^ " Gr'nw'd, 13.75 



$450.00 
$500.00 
$700.00 

$500.00 
$250.00 



$3,47S-oo 



Paid F. W. Darling & Co., i 
44 



107 

" High, 5.50 
tons coal, Damon, 222.68 



7oy2 




Grew, 


358-85 


40 




A. W'bst'r 


203.60 


55 




Greenw'd, 


279-95 


15 




Weld, 


76.35 


55 




F'rm'nt, 


279-95 


7 




H'm'nw'y, 


35-63 


1 cord wood 


, A. Webster 


, 5-50 


3 " 


(< 


Damon, 


16.50 


2 " 


u 


Grew, 


11.00 


I " 


(< 


Fairmount, 


5-50 


'4 " 


(( 


Greenwood 


1-13 


3 tons c 


oal, 


Butler, 


18.00 







$1,684.92 



RECAPITULATION. 



Paid salaries, 
fuel, 



Cr. 

Balance unexpended from last year, ' 
Amount of appropriation, 



Balance unexpended. 



;6,572.25 
1,684.92 



> 1,592-53 
39,000.00 



$38,257-17 

$40,592.53 
$2,335.36 



SCHOOL INCIDENTALS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Paid S. Albee, sundries, $ 4.95 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 19-34 
G. H. Adler, moulding, 1.80 

C. T. Griffiths, labor and stock, 7.75 
Readville El. Co., labor and stock, 2.50 

F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, ii-i5 
H. A. Collins, sundries, 1.46 
W. W. Williams, salary as armorer, 31 -5 5 
M. S. Getchell, cash paid, 5.52 
Wm. Read & Sons, 2 belts, 4.00 

D. & H. P. Gas & El. Light Co., gas, 30.49 
H. P. El. Light Co., 78.88 
W. H. Harlow, lumber, 3.46 

E. J. Peterson, labor and stock, 95-85 

D. Marshall, labor, 4.00 
Mrs. Reilly, " ^ 1.40 
S. R. Moseley, printing and advertising, 38.50 
O. B. Ostrom & Co., labor and stock, 1 13.18 

E. D. Jones, labor, 7.00 
R. WilHams, labor and stock, ^5-90 

F. P. McGregor, printing and advertising, 11.75 
F. M. Paine, tuning piano, 2.00 
Mahony's Express, expressing, 70.00 
Boston Herald Co., advertising, 5.25 
W. B. Badger & Co., 12 chairs, 36.00 
Globe Newspaper Co., advertising, 6.45 
Rich Bros., dry goods, 6.75 
A. Washburn, cash paid E. E. Hale, 50.00 
R. L. Blackney, teaming, 1.25 
A. E. Tibbitts, keys, 2.40 
F. H. Dean, reslating blackboards, 37-12 
Fred Macey Co., supplies, 42.15 
A. G. Childs, sundries, 3.75 
Burdett & Williams, suppUes, 3.00 
Ames Plow Co., 2 bbls., 3.50 



I09 



Paid George Miles, sundries, 

Chandler. Adj. Chair & Desk Co., 

E. W. Lewis, supplies, 

F. B. Rich, rent. 


•45 
, 35 desks, 173-25 

2.45 
16.00 


G. H. Haskell, dry goods, 
J. Farrell, sundries. 


1.38 
.81 


F. A. Fisher, cartage, 

E. A. W. Hammatt, services, 


4-50 
49-50 







$1,008.39 



AMOS WEBSTER SCHOOL. 

Paid C. F. Griffith, labor and stock, $ 3.25 

F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 66.85 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, i4-47 

I. H. Winchenbaugh, labor, 58-75 

J, W. Jigger, labor and stock, 45 -So 

People's Cash Store, sundries, .82 

E. D. Jones, labor, 7.30 

O. B. Ostrom & Co., labor and stock, 2.00 

J. Harris, supplies, 3.00 



^5202.24 



BUTLER SCHOOL. 



Paid Albert Cook, labor, ' J 9.92 

J. W. Jigger, labor and stock, 14.20 

W. D. Ward, repairs on clock, .20 

H. R. Stone, sundries, 2.30 



$26.62 



DAMON SCHOOL. 



Paid G. L. Farley, cash paid, drums, strap and 

clappers, $ 8.10 

Readville El. Co., labor and stock, 5.15 

A. W. Henderson, labor, 4.80 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 24.75 

F. M. Paine, tuning piano,. 2.00 
W. W. Hilton, labor, 2.80 
W. E. Smalling, labor and stock, 11.78 

G. H. Clapp, " " 111-30 
Rich Bros., dry goods, 3.75 



no 



Paid J. G. Bolles, labor and stock, 6.50 

George Tacey, labor, 3- 00 

A. W. Dunbar, painting, 210.00 

Robert Scott, labor and stock, 10-75 

J. H. Newbegin, repairing clock, i.oo 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

Paid F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, $80.13 

J. T. McConnell, labor and stock, 22.00 

Corson Express Co., expressage, 4.95 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 20.20 

W. D. Ward, repairing clocks, 3.00 

B. H. Howes, labor and stock, 4.00 
P. Rooney, labor, 10.00 
A, P. Bickmore, shades, 6.00 
William McElwain, reslating blackboard, 12.00 
J. G. Hamblin, labor, 1.25 
A. L. Perry, sundries, 6.14 
G. H. Haskell, dry goods, 6.05 

C. J. Higgins, labor and stock. 8.21 
N. L. Ballou, cash paid, 1.45 
W. H. Harlow, pickets, .60 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

Paid S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber, $ 1.54 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 20.62 

C. T. Griffith, labor and stock, 14.40 

G. D. McDonald, labor and stock, 35 -n 

J. W. Jigger, labor and stock, 76.38 

Rich Bros., dry goods, iC)-35 

O. A. Peterson, labor and stock, 34-6o 

E. J. Peterson, " " " 51.95 

F. H. Dean, reslating blackboard, 29.44 
P. Rooney, labor, 21.50 
Wm. McElwain, reslating blackboard, 18.00 
F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 21.33 
Exeter Machine Works, stock, 22.67 
H. R. Stone, sundries, 6.57 
W. D. Ward, repairing clocks, 13-55 



^405. 



$185. 



^378.01 



Ill 

GREW SCHOOL. 

Paid E. J. Peterson, labor and stock, $ 71.55 

Robert Scott, labor, 6.50 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, i7-76 
Exeter Machine Works, packing and 

stock, 32.26 

F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 4.05 
O. B. Ostrom & Co., " " " 5.70 

F. M. Paine, tuning piano, 2.00 
Dodge & Tyler, seed, .64 

G. H. Haskell, dry goods, 7.86 
W. E. Smalling, labor and stock, 257.15 
O. A. Peterson, labor on roof, 16.80 
S. R. Moseley, printing, 2.50 
Rich Bros., dry goods, 3.60 
W, H. Harlow, lumber, 4.44 
B.-R. Fulton, sanitary plans, 50.00 
F. H. Dean, reslating blackboard, 48.28 
P. H. Rooney, labor, 72.50 
J. A. Peterson, labor, 6.00 
H. R. Stone, sundries, 5.60 
Burdett & Williams, supplies, 3.00 
Geo. Miles, sundries, 2.97 
Roscoe Damon, labor and stock, 103.24 
J. E. Farrell, sundries, ' 11. 12 
H. P. Electric Light Co;, 24.35 
W. D. Ward, repairing clock, 4.00 



HEMENWAY SCHOOL. 

Paid D. F. Hastings, cash paid, $ 1.05 

G. F. Wellmgton, labor and stock, 49-37 

E. S. Alden, sundries, 2.45 



WELD SCHOOL. 



Paid F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, $ 5.97 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, ' .^8 

J. T. McConnell, labor and stock, 30.00 

A. L. Perry, sundries, 1.04 



^763-87 



^52.87 



137-39 



112 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Paid S. R. Moseley, printing and stamps, $143.10 

W. D. Ward, sundries, 7.76 

O. B. Ostrom & Co., labor, 1.50 

Mahony's Express, expressing, 10.10 

Hammond Typewriting Co., supplies, 10.15 

W. G. Colesworthy, salary as secretary, 100.00 

D. H. Mcintosh, supplies, .90 
Corson Express Co., expressing, 5 7 -40 
Hill, Smith & Co., supplies, 3.50 
FrankUn Process Eng. Co., plate, 1.75 
Dennison Manufacturing Co., supplies, i.io 

E. J. Peterson, labor, 10.25 

F. B. Rich, rent Waverly Hall, 71 -50 
Rich Bros., dry goods, 1.20 

F. P. McGregor, printing, 20.25 
H. W. Stone, filling in diplomas, 24.45 

D. O'Connell, services, 8.00 
J. H. Danniels & Son, diplomas, 42-75 
W. U. Fairbairn, inspecting boilers, 10.00 
W. W. Hilton, use of stage, 10 00 
C. E. Davenport, emptying vaults, 24.00 

G. E. M. Dickinson, orchestra, .► 18.00 
J. L. Hammett Co., supplies, 12.84 
W. H. Barrett, photograph, 5.00 
R. M. Johnson, copying, i.oo 

E. B. Meyrowitz, test type, 2.18 
Thorp & Martin, Co., supplies, .99 
H. H. Mclntyre, taking census, 50.00 
L. H. Fellows, plant hire, 12.00 
W. L. Teed, labor, i.oo 

$662.69 

Paid for incidentals, $3,895.04 

Cr. 



By balance unexpended from last year, $ 96.36 

appropriation, 3,800.00 



;,896.36 



Balance unexpended, $1.32 



"3 
INDUSTRML SCHOOL. 

Paid Chas. Haley, labor and stock, $ 55.06 

Soley & Smith, moving, 50.00 

Grace M. Brown, instructing, 48.00 

H. & M. Morrison, dry goods, 6.49 

F. P. McGregor, advertising, 3.75 
C. F. Johnson, needlework notes, i.oo 
W. H. Harlow, lumber, 11.42 

G. E. Webb, instruction and material, 141 -5 5 
S. R. Moseley, advertising, 4.00 



Cr. 



By balance unexpended, 
appropriation. 



Balance unexpended. 



^ 43-22 

400.00 



5321.27 



.121.95 



EVENING SCHOOL. 

Paid Chas. Haley, labor and stock, $ 81.57 

F. F. Courtney, cash paid, 4.65 

D. & H. P., Gas and Elec. Light Co., 16.19 
Wadsworth, Howland & Co., supplies, 7.35 
S. R. Moseley, advertising and printing, 12.00 
F. P. McGregor, advertising and printing, 9.50 
F. W. Darling, coal and labor, 6.75 
M. E. Pierce, supplies, 4.95 
W. E. Smalling, labor and stock, 21.27 
A. W. Lowe, instruction, 130.50 

E. A. Stone, " 130-50 

F. H. Bates, " 122.62 
J. C. Riley, " 138.00 
C. F. Fellows, " 78.00 
S. B. Hamilton, instruction, 78.00 
D.. Ford, instruction, • 39-oo 
H. M. Smith, instruction, 90.00 
H. L. Aborn, " 22.50 
O. A. Cook, janitor, 36.00 



114 

Paid M. E. Bertram, instruction, 
I. H. Winchenbaugh, janitor, 
E. J. Peterson, janitor, 

Cr. 

By appropriation. 

Balance unexpended, $107.65 



18.00 




30.00 




15.00 






$1,092.35 






$1,200.00 



TEXT BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. 

Paid Ginn & Co., text books, $252.83 

Werner School Boole Co., text books, 19.68 
J. L. Hammett Co., text books and supplies, 656.89 

L. E. Knott Co., laboratory supplies, 15 -70 

Cupples & Sh'oenhof, text books ' .69 

A. Fisher, suppHes, 1.50 

American Book Co., text books, 150.03 

Franklin Educational Co., text books, i9-i5 

A. J. Floyd, supplies, .75 

Nathen Levin, supplies, i.oo 

Thorp & Martin Co., supplies, ^ 5.72 

Thos. R. Shewell & Co., text book, 215.04 

Potter & Putnam, maps, 6.00 

G. S. Perry & Co., supplies, 802.06 

C. W. Homeyer & Co., supplies, 18.54 
Carter, Rice & Co., supplies, 32.17 

D. C, Heath & Co., text books, 161.93 
Educational Pub. Co., text books, .63 
Wadsworth, Howland & Co., supplies, 95-28 
Silver, Burdett & Co., text books, 334.63 
Frost, Adams & Co., supplies, 1.96 
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., text books, 46.61 
Emerson Rice, cash paid for supplies, 5.63 

E. E. Babb & Co., text books, 45 -30 
Yanamaka &Co., supplies, 5.00 
Little, Brown & Co., text books, 10.50 
McKinley Pub. Co., outline maps, 6.42 
Hammond Typewriting Co., supplies, 16.23 
AUyn & Bacon, text books, 101.63 
Atkinson & Mentzer, supplies, 4.89 



"5 
Paid Franklin Laboratory Supply Co., supplies, 42.08 

Treasurer of Christ Church, cantatas, 10.25 

Oliver Ditson Co., supplies, 61.25 

Chandler & Farquhar, supplies, .96 

G. F. King & Co., supplies, .75 

F. J. Barnard & Co., binding, 224.19 

Wm. Read & Son, supphes, i5-o5 

W. H. Breed & Co., supplies, 2.00 

Clark & Miles, supplies, 171 .00 

J. C. Haynes & Co., supplies, 40.50 

Thompson, Brown & Co., text books, 135.60 

A. G. Alley, supplies, .42 

A. G. Childs, supplies, 1.20 

F. P. McGregor, printing, 35 -oo 



Cr. 

By balance unexpended from last year, $ 829.91 

appropriation, 3,000.00 



$3,829.24 



,829.91 



Balance unexpended, $ .67 



TREASURER'S 



HENRY S. BUNTON, Town Treasurer in Account 



DR. 



Cash in the Treasury, February 1, 1901 

AMOUNTS RECEIVED DURING THE YEAR ENDING JAN. 31, 1902 

From Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds — New Hiffh School 
Building 

Hyde Park Four percent. Coupon Bonds — East River Street 
District School Building 

Treasurer's Note— In anticipation of Sewerage Loan 

Treasurer's Notes — In anticipation of the tax for the year 190] 

Premium on High School Building Bonds S()0,00() at 6.77 

Premium on East River Street Scliool Building Bonds $17,000 
at 5.8966 <► 

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 Sanford, Collector, Street A.ssessments 

George Sanford, Collector, Sidewalk Assessments 

George Sanford, Collector, Street Watering Assessments 

George Sanford, Collector, Street Railway Excise Tax 

George Sanford, Collector, Sewer Assessments 

Randolph P. Moseley, Collector, Taxes for 1901 

Randolph P. Moseley, Collector, Street Railway Excise Tax 

Randolph P. Moseley, Collector, Sewer Assessments 

Selectmen, Street Assessments 

Selectmen, Sidewalk 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 

Fairview Cemetery, Labor 

Fairview Cemetery, Sale of Grass . . — 

Fairview Cemetery, Sale of Stones , 

Fairview Cemetery. Interest paid by Town, four per cent, on 
$7,217.45 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for Corporation Tax 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for National Bank Tax 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for Street Railway Tax 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for State Aid, 1900 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for burial of soldiers 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, on account of DistriDution of en- 
trance fees, water supplied outside of Metropolitan Dis- 
trict and water furnished to water companies — 1901 — Sec. 
3, Chap. 488, Acts 189.5 

County. Treasurer, dog licenses, 1901 

Samuel H. Capen, Sheriif, fines paid at Jail and House of Cor- 
rection 

Edvp-ard S. Fellows, Esq., Clerk, District Court of Northern 
Norfolk. Fines from defendants in criminal cases.. -$607.00 
Less fees and expenses paid officers as certified Dy 
Clerk of Court .•^05.55 

Liquor Licenses 

Milk Licenses 

Miscellaneous Licenses 



A. A. Thomas, Dorchester, for Old High School Building.. 
Poor — Cash refunded by Commonwealth, cities, towns, etc 

Interest on Bank balances 

Accrued interest on Four per cent. Bonds sold Oct. 9 1901 . • . 



REPORT. 



Current with the TOWN of HYDE PARK. 



CR. 



AMOUNTS DISBUKSED. 

On account of Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, due May 1, 
1901 

Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, due Nov. 1, 
1901 

Treasurer's Note— $25,000. dated Jan. 1, 1900, in antici- 
pation of Sewer Assessments, part payment 

Treasurer's Notes — In anticipation of the tax for the 
year i 901 

Interest 

Schools— salaries, fuel and janitors 

School Incidentals 

Industrial School 

Evening School ■. 

Text Books and Supplies. 

Grew School Sanitary Improvement 

Repairs on Damon School Building 

New High School Building "■ 

East Eiver Street District School Building... 

Public Library— current expenses 

Public Library — purchase of new books 

- Incidentals 

Police 

Fire Department 

Insurance 

Street Lights 

Street Watering 

Fire Hydrant Service 

Highways 

Monponset Street 

Holmfield Avenue 

Highways— Street Bailway Tax 

Post 121 j Grand Army of the Republic , . . . . 

Salaries 

Cemetery Commissioners 

Sewer Commissioners • 

Overseers of the Poor 

Board of Health 

State Tax for 1901 

County Tax for 1901 

Corporation Tax, paid Treasm-er, Commonwealth.... 

National BankT^x. paid Treasurer, Commonwealth.. 

Abolition Grade Crossings, paid Treas. Commonwealth : 

Loan Fund ' $6,698.25 

Interest on 4,261 .38 

Metropolitan Sewer, paid Treasurer, Commonwealth 
South Met. System, Sinking Fund....$ 409.42 

Interest on 2,055.30 

Cost of Maintenance • • 4,373.4 5 

Metropolitan Water Loan, paid Treas. Commonwealth 

Sinking Fund $ 438.05 

Interest on 1,132.36 

Cost of Maintenance 421.99 

Liquor Licenses — paid Treasurer, Commouw^ealth : one- 
fourth of the amount received in 1901 

State Aid ■ 



Cash in the Treasury, January 31, 1902. 



I 7,000. 
2,000. 



15,000.00 



60,000. 

10,419. 

38,257. 

3,895, 

321. 

1,092. 

3,829. 

2,000. 

641. 

23,274. 

6,708. 

3,870. 

745, 

8,458. 

10,203. 

11.114. 

2,000, 

10,010, 

4,791. 

5,675. 

23,184. 

500, 

372. 

1,4.59. 

200. 

4,585. 

1,727. 

20,6,87. 

8,748. 

10,229. 

6.142. 

7,498. 

169. 

87. 



10,962.63 



6,838.17 



1,992.40 



1. 

1,546. 



75 
00 
75 
56 

$404,848.31 



$338,242. 
66,605. 



TOWN DEBT, JANUARY 31, 1902. 



FUNDED LOAN. 

SCHOOL BUILDINGS. 

Four Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated Nov. 1, 1895, due $2,000.00 annually, 1902-1903 $ 4,000.00 

SEWERAGE. 

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

$1,000.00 each, dated May 1,1897, due $5,000.00 annually, 1902-1927 ... . 130,000.00 

PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING. 

Nineteen Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated May 1, 1898, due $2,000.00 annually, 1902-1903 ; 

$1,000.00 annually, 1904-1918 19,000.00 

HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING. 

Sixty Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated July 1, 1901, due $3,000.00 annually, 1902-1921 60,000.00 

EAST RIVER STREET DIRTHICT SCHOOL BUILDING. 

Seventeen Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated July 1, 1901, due $1,005.00 annually, 1902-1918 17,000.00 

Total Funded Loan $230,000.00 

DEBT IN ANTICIPATION OF SEWER ASSESSMENTS. 

Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

four per cent, interest, dated Jan. 1, 1900, payable on demand, 

( Balance of $25,000.00 Note ) 10,000.00 

DEBT IN ANTICIPATION OF SEWERAGE LOAN. 

Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

four per cent, interest, dated Jan. 31, 1902, payable on demand 25,000.00 

Total indebtedness .$265,000.00 



HENRY S. BUNTON, Town Treasurer. 
Hyde Park, February l, 1902. 



Appropriations and Expenditures for the 
Current Year. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Interest 

Schools— salaries, fuel and janitors 

School Incidentals 

Industrial School 

Evening School 

Text Books and Supplies 

Grew School Sanitary Impiovement 
Repairs on Damon School Building 

Kew High School Building 

East River Street District School 

Building 

Public Library — current expenses 
Public Library -purchase of new 

books 

Incidentals 

Police ' 

Fire Department 

Insurance 

Street Lights 

Street Watering 

Fire Hydrant Service 

Highways 

Jlonponset Street 

Holmfleld Avenue - 

Highways— Street Railway Tax. . 

Post 121, G A. R 

Salaries 

Public Parks 

Sewer Commissioners 

Overseers of the Poor 

Board of Health 

State Tax 

County Tax 

Abolition Grade Crossings 

Metropolitan Sewer 

Metropolitan Water Loan 



'Appropriation. 



2 $13,424.45 

40,592.53 

3,896.36 

443.22 

3 1,200.00 

3,829.91 

* 2,000.00 

700.00 

64,062.00 

18,002.42 
4,045.78 

866.69 
10,685.70 

5 11,300.31 
12,744.51 

2,0:0.00 
11,378.47 
5,1.52 94 
5,675.00 

6 23,250.52 

7 500.00 
7 37-2.82 
4,270 51 
200.00 
6,885.00 
1,504.00 

8 25,073.96 
8,941..^9 

lail,. 382.03 
6,142.50 
7,498.50 
10,962 63 
6,838.17 
1,992.40 



Expenditures, 



M0,419.80 

38,257.17 

3,895.04 

321.27 

1 ,092.35 

3,829.24 

2,000.00 

641.20 

23,274.47 

6,708.26 
3,870.51 

745 82 

8.4.58.27 

10,203.65 

11,114.33 

2,000.00 

10,010.82 

4,791.03 

5,67.>.00 

23,184.88 

500.00 

372 82 

1,459.65 

200.00 

4,585.00 

20,687.61 
8,748.73 

10,229.78 
6,142.50 
7,498 50 

10,962.63 
6,838.17 
1,992.40 



$250,710. 



} 3,004 65 

2,335.36 

1.32 

121.95 

107 65 

.67 

58.80 
40,787.53 

11,294.16 
175.27 

120.87 
2,227.43 
1,096.66 
1,630 18 

1,367.65 
361.91 



2,810.86 

2,300.00 
1,504 00 
4.386.35 
192.86 
1,152.25 



$77,104.02 



1 Incfuding unexpended balances from last year. 

2 Including interest on Treasurer's bank balances. 

3 Including §300.00 transferred Jan. 8, 1902, from incidentals. 

4 Appropriated May 27, 1901, from money received from fines from defendants 
in criminal cases. 

5 Including $1,000.00 appropriated Jan. 8, 1902, from money received from fines 
from defendants in criminal cases. 

6 Including Street and Sidewalk Assessments collected and appropriated by 
the town. 

7 Appropriated from money received from town of Milton in 1901 on account 
construction Milton Street Drain. 

8 Including Sewer Assessments collected; $10,000.00 ( balance of $25,000.00 note ) 
borrowed in anticipation of Sewer Assessments to be hereafter collected; anl 
$25,000.00 borrowed in anticipation of Sewerage Loan. 

9 Including cash refunded and received. 

10 Including $1,600.00 transferred Jan. 8, 1902, from incidentals and $3,000.00 to be 
raised by taxation in 1902. 



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122 



RESIDENT TAX PAYERS. 



A 

Abbott, Elmer E 

Aborn, Elizabeth 

A dams, Charlotte H 

Adams, William L. B 

Adams, G. C. and C. B 

Adams, Mary A 

Adams, William G 

Adler, George H 

Aggott, Annie , 

Albee, Samuel 

Albee, Florence W 

Alden, Charles L. & Co 

Alden, Edward S 

Alden, Francelia M 

Alden, Bessie L 

Alderman, Lucy A 

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 

American Brass Foundry Co. 

Anderson, George B 

Anderson, Peter 

Anderson, William 

Anderson, Margaret E 

Anderson, Otis A 

Andrews, Marietta G 

Andrews, M. G. and C. M.. . 

Andrews, Ellen L . 

Andrews, Jane 

Andrews, Theo. F 

Annis, Augusta K 

Annis, Frederick fl 

Appell, Sarah A 

Ardini, Stephen A 

Arentzen, Christianna, heirs 

Armour, Sarah A 

Armstrong, David W 

Arnold, Ellen W 

Arnold, Henry F 

Aronson, Mary 

A sh, Agnes A 

Astley. Harry E 

Atkinson, Ida M 

B 

Babb, Sarah E 

Badger, Miss S. C. heirs . . . 



Personal 


Real Es- 
tate. 


Unpaid. 




$ 46.28 






48.06 






58.74 






42.72 


$42.72 




17.80 


17.80 




28.48 


28.48 


$ 2.67 




2.67 


17.80 


19 .,58 


17.80 


14.24 


99.68 




31.15 




31.15 


30.26 


68.53 






106 80 


106.80 




49.84 




267.00 


85.44 
62.30 
44.50 




1.34 


14.24 

32.04 

44.50 

147.74 

101.46 


15.58 


* 


;-^3.82 




28.48 






8.90 


87.22 
34.71 


96.12 


8.90 


59.63 




2.67 








34.71 


34.71 




6.23 


6.23 




75.65 






19.58 


19.58 




79.21 


79.21 




40.94 


40.94 


1.78 




1.78 




80.10 


80.10 




32.04 


32.04 




36.49 






40.94 






44.50 






44.50 






65.86 


65.86 




2.67 


2.67 




4.45 


4.45 




29.37 






62.30 






7.12 






226.06 


226.06 



123 

Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



Badger, Mrs. S. C 

Baessler, Henry 

Bain, Alexander T 

Baker, Frank H 

Balkam. Stephen B., heirs. . . 

Balkam, Charles H 

Balkam, Ralph W 

Baptist Church 

Barden, Elizabeth A 

Barme, Chf.rlotte 

Barrett, John F 

Barrett, Michael W 

Barrett, JIargaret V 

Barrett, Edward L 

Barritt, Katherine 

Barritt, William H 

Barry, Patrick and Catherine 

Barry, Nora 

Barry, Margaret 

Bartholomew, Jlyron H 

Bartholomew, Eva L 

Bartlett, Alma M 

Bartlett, Edwin E. E 

Bartlett. Eliz. E. heirs 

Bass, Lizzie L 

Batchelder, Walter G 

Bates, Henry N 

Bates, Emma M 

Batho, Harriet C ... 

Baxter Edward H 

Baxter, Louise H 

Battle, Catherine C 

Bean, Sarah E. 

Beatey, Annie J 

Beatey, John 

Beatey, Robert W 

Becker, ( Charles 

Becker, John 

Becker, Celia M , 

Beebe, Robert O 

Benari, Bennett 

Bennett, Fred C , 

Bent, Catherine, heirs 

Bent. George W 

Bentley, Robert L 

Benton, .lesse S 

Benton, Mary A 

Berry, Louisa M 

Berry, J^eonard W 

Berry, Ada F 

Bickford, Lomelia A 

Bickford, Leroy M 

Bickmore, Albion P 

Bickmore, Elizabeth C 

Bessey, Edward S 



Personal Real Es- Unpaid. 

I tate. 





■f 86.33 






28.48 


$28.48 




30.26 




$1.78 


63.19 
214.49 


64.97 


2.67 




2.67 


2.67 


80.10 
66.75 






233.18 


233.18 




24.92 


24.92 




24.92 






35.6(1 


26.70 




66.75 






48.06 




3.56 


33.82 






32.93 


32.93 




6.23 


6.23 




122.82 


122.82 




72.09 


72.09 




46.28 


46.28 




8.01 


8.01 




32.04 


32.04 




89.00 




13.35 




13.35 


4.45 








558.03 


558.03 




39.16 




2.67 


107.69 
12.46 






74.76 


74.67 




186.90 


186 90 


2.67 


64.08 


2.67 




78.32 


78.32 


21.36 


193.1.3 
116.59 




35.60 




35.60 


7.12 


142.40 


7.12 


21.36 


.89 




12.46 


54.29 
3.56 

.38.27 
46.28 


12.46 




40.94 


40.94 




115.70 


115.70 


13.35 


105 02 




3.56 


77.43 


80.99 




24.92 


24.92 


5.34 




5 34 



124 
Resident Tax Payers 



( Continued.) 



Bidwell, Lawson B 

Bigelow, Fred C 

Either, Annie L 

Either Edwin D 

Either and Conley 

Black, James I ...... 

Blackey , Sarah S 

Blackmer, Hannah H 

Blaisdell, Albert J 

Blakney, Robert L 

Beausang, Patrick 

Beausang, Rosanna 

Blaisdell, Albert J. and Bartlett, A. L., estate of. 

Blanchard, John C, Jr 

Bleakie, Robert Co 

Bleakie, Robert 

Blodgett, Anna E., heirs 

Bloom, Julius R., heirs 

Bodfish, William H 

Bodwell, William P 

Eolaiid, Michael C 

Eolles, J ames G 

BoUes, Emily F 

Bolton, Eliza J 

Bond, John R 

Bonnell, J olm D 

Bonney, Peter I 

Bouffard, Levi .*; . 

Bowen, Daniel S.. heirs 

Bowen, Mary E 

Bowie, Frank E 

Bowman, John S 

Boyd, Ella F 

Boyd, Joseph H 

Boylan, Stephen 

Eoynton, Charles A , 

Boynton, Sarah J. De V 

Bradford, Sophia J 

Bradley, Kate E 

Brady, William J 

Brady, John . 

Brady. John, 2d 

Bragan, Thomas P 

Bragan, Sarah 

Brainard, Amos H 

Bramwell, William C 

Breingan, Alison 

Breingan, .Vndrew. 

Brennan, Patrick 

Bresnahan, Hannah 

Brewer, Evins J 

Brewer, Esther A 

Brewer, George N.M 

* Bridge, Sam W 



Personal 



5.75 



.90 



17.80 

719.12 

8.90 



6.23 



2.67 
8.01 



14.24 



5.34 



17.80 
28.48 



6.23 



17.80 



Real Es- 
tate. 

.$149.52 
38.27 
69.42 
9.79 
7.12 
19.58 
50.73 
68.53 
55.18 

24.92 
24.03 
14.24 
89.00 
1981.14 
1252.23 
62..S0 
65.86 
57.85 
57.85 
52.51 

48.06 
145.96 
23.14 
62.30 
76. .54 
65.86 
56.07 
51.62 
56.96 

69.42 
25.81 
51.62 
3.56 
71.20 
44.50 
54.29 

64.08 

19.58 

55.18 

8.01 

480.60 

161 98 

65.86 

32 93 

81 88 

34.71 

6.23 

27.59 



^25 
Resident Ta3^ Payers — ( Continued.) 



Bridgman, Annie E 

Bridgman, Alfred F 

Brigham, Helen A., heirs 

Brigham, Franklin D 

Brink, Kostant 

Broderick, Pauline M., heirs 

Broderick, William F 

Brooks, Annie M 

Brooks, Bridget .' 

Brostrom, Andreas J., heirs 

Brown, Walter H 

Brown, Emily M 

Brown, Bartlett J 

Brown, James R. , heirs 

Brown, John Adams 

Brown, Fannie and Maria A. Waters 

Brown, Jean R 

Bruce, Miss Anetta 

Brundage, Martha M 

Brunette, John and Virginia A 

Bryant. Walter C 

Bryant, Helen A 

Bryant, Charles H 

Brown, Augusta E 

Bryce, Alexander 

Buchan, Mary F 

Buck, Laura A 

Buckler, Mary A 

BuUard, Susan A 

BuUard Mary A ". 

Bullard, Lucy F. and Martha G. Stockwell 

Bullard, William E., tr 

Bullard, Isaac 

Bullard, John D 

Bullard, Katie P 

Bunton, Henry S , . 

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

and C. F. Allen 

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

C. F. Allen and B. F. Radford 

Bunton, Henry S., tr. for Robert Bleakie 

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

Burger, Anton B 

Burger, Anton, heirs 

Burgess, Ada C 

Burke, John J 

Burke, Patrick 

Burke, John 

Burke, Mary E 

Burke, Thomas F. , 2d , 

Burke, Thomas F., 2d, and Margaret 

Burke, Martin J 

Burns, Timothy, heirs 

Bums, Dennis 

Burns, James M 



Personal 



815.13 



2.67 



Real Es- 
tate. 



$199.36 
80.1U 
110 36 

36.49 
30.26 
20.47 
40. »4 

5.34 
51.62 

8.01 
40.94 
56.07 
79.21 
47.17 
12.46 
44.50 
55.18 
64.97 
28.48 
16.02 
74.76 

40.94 
33.82 
45.39 
46.28 
49.84 
64.97 

162.87 
68.53 
53.40 

206 48 
1002.14 

106.80 

119.26 

109.47 

293.70 

858.85 

3235.15 

4.45 

41.83 

77.43 

32.93 

3. .56 

40.94 

30.26 

39.16 

35.60 

52.51 

133;50 

35.60 

25.81 



Unpaid. 



$199.36 

80.10 

110.36 



20.47 



40.94 

56.07 



12.46 
64.97 

40.94 

46.28 
64.97 



53.40 
206.48 
722.46 



41.83 

3.56 
30.26 



52.51 

133.50 

35.60 



126 
Resident Tax Payers — {Continued.) 



Burns, Michael 

Burns, Jules M 

Burns, Catherine 

Burns, Catherine C 

Burns, Annie C. and Eliza R. 

Bursch, Mary M 

Bursch, Oscar 

Butler, Mary A 

Buzzeli, James 



Cady, Charles H 

Caffin, Ruth P 

Caffin, Mabel B 

Cain, R. Elsworth 

Caldwell, Alexander. 

Caller, Frederick E 

Caller, Joseph 

Cameron, Jane L 

Campbell, Carrie 

Campbell, A2;nes 

Campbell, William 

Campbell, Perlie A 

Canavan, Alice 

Cane, Edmund 

Canon, Lizzie G 

Carberry, William 

Carberry, Elizabeth 

Carlisle, Julius A , 

Carlton, Clara M 

Carpenter, Abbie H 

Carr, Allan P 

Carrington, Frances C 

CaiToll, Hannah M 

Carroll, Philip W 

Carter, Austin F 

Carter, Elizabeth B., heirs. . 
Carter, J. B., estate, trustee. 

Case, Wilbert J 

Cashman, Ellen F 

Cass, Francis W 

Cass, John M 

Chaddock, -Tames C 

Chadbourne, John B 

Chaffee, Mary M 

Chaisson, Robert 

Chamberlain, Thomas 

Chandler, Abram F., heirs.; 

Carroll, Hannah M 

Chandler, Emeline N 

Chandler, Julia S 

Chapman, Annie S 

Chapman, Mary 

Chapman, Henry K 



Person a] 



$ 8.90 



1.78 
2.67 



7.12 
10.68 



35.60 



2.67 



Real Es- 
tate. 



$ 83.66 

.35.60 
33.82 

6.23 

80.10 

183.34 

44..50 

4.45 



34.71 

64.08 
76.54 

23.14 
96.12 
43.61 
34.71 
31.15 
81.88 
129.05 

39.16 
23.14 

44.50 
25.81 
340.87 
142.40 
43.61 
33.82 
52.51 
92.56 
41 .83 
33.82 
48.06 
64.08 
46.28 
119.26 
34.71 
43.61 
32.93 

27.59 
66.75 
19.58 
64.97 
30.26 
6.23 
68.53 
47.17 
161. ('9 
42.72 
12.46 



Unpaid. 



I 83.66 
35.60 



127 
Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Chase, Lizzie B 

Cheever, Hattie N 

Cherrington, Robert E 

Chick, Charles G 

Chick, Charles C, tr. for Ruth S. Blake 

Childs, Alexander G 

Chisholm, Colin C 

Chisholm, Mary A ., heirs. ... 

Chisholm, James W. ; 

Chittick, James J 

Christy, Annie F 

C/hiirch, Emma J 

Church, Edward P 

Chick, Charles G., tr. Curtis estate 

Clapp, Eugene R. . . 

Clapp, Albert C. and Louisa A 

Clark, Mary 

Clark, Arthur F 

Clark, Sarah A., heirs 

Clark, Rose L 

Clark, Eugene H 

Clark, Ida E 

Clarke, Marcus, heirs 

Clary, Mary 

Cleveland, Alden T 

Cleveland, Ella C 

Clough, Octavia N 

Cobb, Mary Jane 

Cochran, Fannie A , 

Coes, Charles S . , 

Cogan, Andrew P 

Coc;an, Thomas 

Cohen, Almeda W 

Cohen. Mark E 

Colby Frank M 

Colby, Martha H 

Coleman, Elizabeth S 

Collins, Anrft B 

Collins. James 

Collins, Mary 

Collins, Patrick D 

Collins, H. A. & Co 

Concannon, Patrick, heirs 

Condon, Mary, heirs 

Conley, John D 

Conley, ElizabetVi A 

Conley, Michael, heirs 

Conley, Mrs. James 

Conley, Stephen, heirs 

Conn, Etta E ,. . 

Connick, Ann 

Conolly, Michael . . . . . 

Connolly, Mary 

Connors. Timothy and Mary 

Conroy, Patrick 



Persona ] 


Real Es- 
tate. 


Unpaid 




$53.40 


$53.40 




34.71 


26.91 




42.72 


42.72 


$8.90 


86.33 
99.68 




32.04 


59.63 


91.67 


6.23 




6.23 




49.84 


49.84 




2S.48 




1.78 


26.70 






78.32. 


78.32 




42.72 






43.0 


48.06 




37.38 






28.48 


10.68 




36.49 


27.59 




197.58 






97.90 


97.90 




26.'; 




2.67 


54.29 

6.23 

67.64 


68.96 


1.78 


36.49 
3.3.82 
16.02 
60.52 
53.40 






168.21 


168.21 




61.41 






40.94 






103.24 






40.05 






6.23 




13.35 


89.00 


13.35 


2.67 


1.37.95 
80.10 
20 47 
26.70 

141. .51 


140.62 


69.42 








30.26 


30.26 




117.48 


117.48 




48.06 


48.06 




55.18 


55.18 




49.84 






24.92 






37.38 


37.38 




62.30 


62.30 




40.05 






90.78 






27.59 






40.94 






39.16 





128 
Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



Cook, Emily A 

Cook, Jacob 

Cook, Frank J 

Cooke, Herbert L 

Cook, Arthur W 

Cooper, Louisa E 

Corbett, Alexander W 

Corbett, Ellen E 

Corbett, Jeremiah 

Corbett, Margaret 

Corbett, John 

Corcoran, Mary J. and Bridget A. Downey, tr. 

Corcoran, Mary J. and Edw., heirs 

Corliss, Annie C 

Corrigan, Bridget 

Corrigan, Hose 

Corrigan, Thomas 

Corrigan, Thomas H 

Corson, Clara 

Corson Express Co 

Corthell, James R , 

Costello, Alexander 

Costello, James , 

Cotter, John 

Cotter, James E 

Cotter, Henry and Timothy G , 

Coughlin, Bridget A 

Coughlin, John F., Mary A. and Bridget E. . . 

Coullahan, Charlotte A. 

Coullahan, Margaret 

Courtney, Elizabeth B 

Courtney, Frank F , 

Coveney, Augusta E 

Coveney, James ^ 

Coveney, Mary . 

Covert, Ellen M 

Cowen, Wm. C. and Matilda 

Copperthwait, Frirza A 

Cox, John W 

Cox, Hugh 

Cox, Nellie and Lizzie A 

Cox, Thomas. .. , 

Crawford, John 

Cremin, Jeremiah 

Cromwall, Peter J 

Crosby. John 

Cross, Edward W 

Crowley, Mary A 

Crowley, John O'C 

Crowley, John A 

Cruniett, Lucy T 

Crumett, Charles H 

Grumpier, Arthur 

Cull, Catherine C 

Cull, Elizabeth 



Persona 



19.58 
3.56 



3.56 
4.45 



4.63 
8.01 



71.20 



10.68 
64.53 



4.45 
19.58 



1.34 
10 68 



6.23 
17.80 



1.78 



Real Es- 
tate. 



% 49.84 
95.23 
44.50 



90.78 

42.72 

35.60 
35.60 
67.64 
28,48 
54.29 
93.45 
76.54 
616.77 
53.40 



187.79 






71.20 


56.96 




23.14 




40.94 


40.94 


62.30 




207.37 




207.37 




35.60 


35.60 


53.40 




12.46 


12.46 


24.03 


24.03 


57.85 




46.28 




1829.84 


1746.08 


162 87 


162.87 


38.27 


38.27 


48.06 




59«3 


59.63 


44.50 


44.50 


32.93 




29.37 




.33.82 




32.93 


32.93 


44.50 


44.50 


38.27 


39.60 


66.75 




51.62 




6.23 




28.48 


28.48 


267.00 


•2^9.20 


57.85 


35.85 


8.01 




62.30 


62.30 



129 

Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Personal 



Cullen, James A. . , 

Cullen, John H 

Cullen, Matthew A 

Cullen, Michael and Bridget. 

Cullinane, John F 

Cummings, Bridget 

Cundall, Phoebe A 

Cunningham, Joseph 

Cunningham, Mary 

Cunan, Morgan 

Currier, Charles H 

Currier, Azelia, heirs 

Curten, John 

Curtis, J. Langdon 

Curtis, Joseph N 

Curtis, Margaret A 



D 



Dadley, James 

Daley, Bartholemew 

Daly, Daniel F 

Damon, Roscoe 

Damon, Nancy 

Darling, Mary M 

Darling, F. W. Corporation. 

Darling, Anna E 

Davenport, Albert 

Davenport, A. and C. E 

Davenport, Warren J 

Davis, Alonzo . . 

Davis, Arris H 

Davis, David L 

Davis, Abram L 

Davis, Harriet S 

Davis, Emma L 

Deagle. William C 

Dean, Alexis C 

Dean, Ellen C 

Dean, Helen M. T 

Dean, Henry M 

Dean, Hubert T 

DeEntremont, Matilda 

Dennette, Fred 

Dierkes, Joseph 

Devlin, Mary A 

Doane, Clara J 

Doane, James A 

Dockham, Chloe D 

Dodge, Bertha H 

Doherty, Patrick J 

Dolan, Catherine A 

Doian, Thomas P 

Dolan, Bridget 

Donahoe, Jennie E 



Real Es- 
tate. 



Unpaid. 



97.90 
4.45 



1,90 



8.90 



17.80 



.45 



2.67 



33.82 
28.48 
55.18 
24.03 
31.15 
27.59 
40.05 
44.50 
5.34 
48.06 

18.69 
44.50 
55.18 
80.10 
72.98 



92.56 
45.39 
72.09 
44.50 
39.16 
58.74 

267 00 

155.75 

78.32 

3.56 

8.01 

258.99 
37.38 

154.86 
62.30 

165.54 
40.05 
47.17 

94.34 
5.34 
4.45 
88.11 
40.94 
32.93 
58.74 
26.70 

268.78 
40.05 
94.34 
69.42 
55.18 
21.36 
27.59 

124.60 
42.72 



S 55.18 
24.03 
31.15 

40.05 

5.34 

97.90 
18.69 



8.90 



45.39 



58.74 



8.01 



47.17 
17.80 
94.34 



.11 



26. 

268-78 
44-72 

69.42 
55.18 



124.60 



I30 
Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



Donlan, Hannah 

Donnelly, Thomas H 

Donohoe, John 

Donohoe, Bridget A. heirs. . 
Dooley, Catherine, heirs. . . . 

Dorr, Mary E. , heirs 

Dowley, Augusta L 

Dowley, Emma R 

Downey, Michael, heirs 

Downey, Kose 

Downey, John, heirs 

Downie, Katie C 

Downing, Alfred 

Downing, Belinda 

Downing, Elizabeth C 

Draper, Frank 

Drinkwater, Joseph 

Drummey, John J 

Duff, Thomas 

Duggan, James and Kate. . . 

Duggan, Ann, heirs 

Donnelly. Margaret E 

Dunbar, Alonzo W. 

Dunbar, Hannah J 

Dunn, Lizzie 

Dunn, Bartholomew 

Dunn, John O.and Ida M 

Durant, Mary J 

Durell, James MoD 

Dunning, Mary E 

Dyer, Quincy, heirs ^ . 

Dyer, Laura E 

Dyer, Edward Q 

Dyer, Ida J 

Dyer, Agnes P 



Personal 



J.67 



Real Es-i tt„^„5/i 
tate. Unpaid. 



E 



Earle, Benjamin M. 
Eames, Anna M . . 

Easten, Ida F 

Edenborg, John. . . . 
Edge, Maud A. . 
Edwards, Sarah. ... 
Elliot, Margaret B. 

Elliot, John F 

Elliot, Albert E. . . , 

Elliot. John H 

Elliott, Irene G 

Elliott, Arthur W... 

Elliott, Mary C 

Elliott, Henry W . . . 

Ellis, Joseph D 

Ellis, Hattie E 

Elwell, Josephine M. 
Elwell, Russell T. . . 



86.33 
44.50 



11.13 



1.78 



62.30 



4.00 



21.36 

17.80 



19.58 



$62.30 
36.49 
38.27 
95.23 
S3.82 
26.70 

153.08 
62. -30 
58.74 

105.02 
32.93 
48.06 

117.48 
60.52 
53.40 

38.27 
43.61 
17.80 
12.46 
21.36 
6.23 

41.83 
31.15 
42.72 
21.36 
48.06 
89.00 
35.60 
7.12 
68.53 

49.84 
49 84 



46.28 
78.32 
37.38 
53.40 

67.64 

27.59 
50.73 
50.73 
87.22 
96.12 

80.10 

108.58 

63.19 

8.01 



52.30 



Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



Emerson, Luther 0.. 
Emerson, Fannie B.. 
English, WilUam T. 
Enneking, John J. . . 
Estabrook, Eliza G. . 
Estes, Gardner F.. . . 

Evans, Emily F 

Evans, Julia R 

Everett, Willard S. 
Ewell, Florence A. . 



Fairbairn, Draxanna. . . 
Fairbairn, William U. . . 
Fairbanks, Caroline O . . 
Fairmount Mfg. Co. . . . 

Fallon, Bridget 

Fallon, Peter. . 

Fallon, Joseph L 

Fallon, Thomas F 

Fardy, Kate L 

Farnsworth, Nellie D. . 
Farnsworth, Charles L. . 
Farnsworth, John A . . 
Farnsworth, Florence G. 

Farrell, Joseph E 

Farrington, Laura A. . . 

Farwell. Eva S 

Faulkner, ftfary'C 

Falconer, Mary N 

Faunce, Josephine 

Faunce, Thomas E 

Feehan, Hannah 

Felch, Sarah A 

Fellows, George M 

Fellows, Leslie H 

Fellows, Martha T 

Fellows, Margaret I . . . . 

Fellows, Edward S 

Fennell, William 

Fenner, Dora E 

Fennessey, William A. . 
Fennessey, Mary D. E. . 

Fennessy, John L 

Fenno, Mary L 

Fenno, Annie R 

Fenno, William, heirs. . 
Fenno, Frederick W. . 
Fernald, Florence J. . . . 

Fernald, Joanna S 

Fields, .Joseph G 

Field, Carrie E 

FifFe, James, heirs 

FifFe, Margaret 



Personal 



Real Es- 
tate. 



f 1.78 



32.04 

5.84 

35.60 

21.36 



1.78 

2.67 

6.23 

28.48 



$137.06 

97.90 

193.13 

128.16 

41.83 

494.84 

76.54 

72.98 

41.83 



42.72 
76.54 
67.64 

9.79 

120.15 

6.23 

45.39 

42.72 

139.73 

147.74 

113.92 

113.92 

48.06 

30.26 

89.00 

63.19 

58.74 

54.29 

48.95 

116.59 

8,90 

89.00 

83.66 
51.62 
71.20 
30.26 
42.72 

4.45 
40.05 
40.94 
78.32 
92.56 
142.40 

5.34 
10.68 
44.50 
34.71 
42.72 

4.45 
19.58 



Unpaid. 



1137.06 
97.90 

128.16 

41.83 

194.84 



41.83 



9.79 

125.49 

6.23 

42.72 
139.73 
169.10 
113.92 
113.92 
48 06 
30.26 



58.74 

35.60 

118.37 

11.57 

28.48 



42.72 
6.45 



40.94: 



5.34 
10. 6S 
44.5a 
14.71 

42.72: 



132 

Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



NAMES. 



Fifield, Frank I 

Finn, Thomas 

Firstain, Minnie 

Firth, Abraham, Jr 

Firth, Elizabeth E 

Fish, Charles D 

Fisher, Andrew 

Fisher, Lydia M 

Fisher, Sophia 

Fisher, George 

Fisher, Elizabeth D 

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

Fiske, Mary 

Fitton, Lucy B 

Fitton, John 

First Presbyterian Church of Hyde Park. . 

Fitzgerald, Peter J 

Fitzgerald, Sarah J 

Five Associates, E. C. Jenney, trustee. . . . 

Flaherty, Roger J 

Flanders, Chloe S 

Flannigan, Ella Chandler 

Fogg, S. Elizabeth 

Foley, Honora 

Foley, James 

Foley, Michael J 

Foss, Miss L. M 

Foster, Alice G 

Foster, Fred A 

Foster, William B 

Foster, Sarah E 

Foster, Alfred 

Foster, Alfred, con 

Foster, Alfred and George S. Lee, trustees 

Fowle, Frances A 

Fox, Catherine F 

Fox, John C 

Fradenburg, Sarah A 

Fradenburg, Sarah D 

Fradenburg, Allen M 

Frampton, Amelia 

Frampton, Robert L. 

Freeman, Sarah A 

French, Amanda M 

French, Lemuel B. and Caroline A 

French, Alice G 

Friede, Charles 

Friend, Flora L 

Frost, Andrew T 

Frost, Walter I 

Fuller, Sadie M 

Fulton, James 

Fury, Ellen M 

Fyler, W. E 



Personal 



$ 26.70 



4.45 



10.68 



4.45 



8.90 
17.80 



3.56 



35.60 
2.23 



2.67 



Real Es 

tate. 



I 48.06 
28.48 
24.03 
30.26 
9.79 
51.62 

50.73 
64.08 
56.07 
27.59 
103.24 
169.10 
40.94 
45.39 
48.06 
24.92 
92.56 
499 29 
46.28 
41.83 
73.87 
41.83 
35.60 
65.86 
46.28 

94.34 

38.27 

105.02 

184.23 

559.81 

254.64 

30.26 

40.05 

48.06 

30.26 
L78 

10.68 
91.67 
32.93 
79.21 
43.61 
60.52 

33.82 



24.03 
42.72 
58.74 



.133 
Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Personal 



Keal Es- 
tate. 



Unpaid. 



G 

Gallagher, .'ohn J. and Nellie M. McCarthy. 

Galligau, Andrew 

Galli'gan, Matthew 

Galloupe, Mabel E '. . . 

Gallup, Marian L 

Gallup, Henrietta 

Qalvin, Thomas 

Gardella, Antonio 

Gateley, Ellen, heirs . 

Gateley, Ellen, heirs 

Gaynor, John and Annie 

George, Edie M 

George, Frank L 

Gellewitz, Morris 

Gerry, Otis P 

Gibbons, Mary J 

Gibney, Ann 

Giles, Susannah R. H 

Giles, Alfred E 

Giles, J ason 

GUes, Delphina 

Gilmartin, Patrick 

Gilson, .John 

Gleason, F. W. & Co 

Gleason, Herman P 

Gleason, Mary I 

Gleason, Nellie G 

Googins, Mark 

Googins, Laura A 

Googins, Edward 

Gorman, Harriet B 

Gorman, Cyrus 

Gormley, William 

Goss, Ella E 

Goss, Carrie C 

Goss, Daniel J 

Goss, Josiah 

Gosselin, John G 

Gould, Mary L., heirs 

Gould, Henry H., heirs 

Gould, .Jennie M 

Grandberg, Henry 

Graham, Franklin C , 

Graham, Lilla C 

Graham, Florence A. 

Grant, George W 

Grant, Francis E 

Grant, Peter, heirs 

Gray, Robert 

Gray, Alexander H 

Gray, Margaret M 

Gray, William A 

Gray, Frank E 



119.58 



4.45 



1.78 
21.36 



53.40 
35.60 
26.70 

1.78 

17.80 



1.78 
12.46 



6.23 
56.07 



21.36 



$39.16 
35.60 

133.50 
61.41 
55.18 
49.84 
24.03 
20.47 
30.26 
35.60 
28.48 
18.69 

56.96 
26.70 

28.48 

113.92 

121.04 
66.75 
55.18 

47.17 
62.30 
49.84 
82.77 
38.27 
53.40 
46.28 
46.28 
15.13 
94.34 
48.06 

49.84 
45.39 
14.24 
54.29 
34 71 



186.01 
55.18 
53.40 
40.94 
39.16 

6.23 
10.68 
76.54 



$133.50 
55.18 



28.48 
20.47 
21.36 

26.70 
28.48 



20.18 
17.80 
47.17 
62.30 



16.46 
94.34 
48.06 



45.39 



6.23 



21.36 
76.54 



.90 



134 . 
Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Gray, Margaret L 

Greeley, John H 

Greeley, John D., heirs 

Greenlaw, Amelia S 

Greenwood, Lucy S., heirs 

Greenwood, Georgianna 

Greenwood, Helen A 

Greenwood, Herbert 

Greenwood, Frank 

Grew, Henry S 

Grew, Jane N 

Grew, Edward W 

Grew, Henry, estate 

Gridley, George Fred 

Griffin, Fannie M 

Griffin, John W 

Griffin, Sarah 

Griffin, Sarah F 

Griffiths, CJiarles T 

Griffiths, Charles T. and Martha S. 

Guanglia, Generoso 

Guerin, Ethel K 

Guernsey, Mary H 

Gunn, Dennis 

Gunn, Elizabeth 

Gunn, Benjamin 

Gwillim, Edward J 



Personal ^tate^^" Unpaid. 



$1192.60 

178.00 

89.00 

13.35 



8.90 



6.68 



H 



Habberly, Martha A 

Haigh, George S. and Bertha, heirs. 

Haigh, John A 

Halden, John 

Halden, Lydia C 

Hale, ElviraF 

Haley, Charles 

Hall, Caleb 

Hall, Sarah C 

Hall, Lucy B 

Hall, Frederick A 

Hall, Maria E. 

Hall, George 

Hamblin, Carrie L 

Hamblin, Benjamin L 

Hamb in, Howard M 

Hamilton, Charles 

Haiamatt, Mary L 

Haramatt, Edward A. W 

Hammond, Joseph W , 

Hanchett, George W" 

Haney, Kate. 

Hankerd, Edmund , 

Harden, Daniel J , 

Hanlon, Johanna 



1.34 



1.78 
2.22 



2.67 



2.67 



58.74 
87.22 
53.40 

143.29 
64.08 
40.94 

132.61 
73.87 

129.05 



2786.59 
308.58 
49.84 
60.52 
32.93 
19.58 

65.86 

39.16 
48.06 
27.59 
46.28 
12.46 
83.66 



62 30 

36.49 

24.03 

122.82 

66.75 

106.80 

849.95 

6.23 

51.62 

6.23 

91.67 

53.40 

51.62 

363.12 

687.08 

61.41 

58.74 

8.90 

91.67 

76.54 

89.00 

73.87 

76.54 



' 135 

Resident Tax Payers — ( Cuntinued. ) 



Personal 



Real Es- 
tate . 



Unpaid. 



Hannaford , Harry 

Hanscom, H. Abby 

Hansen, Henry E. . 

Harding, George M 

Hard}', B. H., heirs 

Hardy, Eugene J 

Hargraves, James N 

Hargraves, Alice E 

Harlow, Mary E 

Harlow, Susan M 

Harlow, William H 

Harriman, Orren 

Harris, Mrs. Julius 

Hart, Bridget M., heirs 

Hartt, EOa C 

Hart well, Francis W 

Harwood, Henry V 

Haskell, Gideon H 

Haskell, Elmer W., heirs 

Haskell, George R 

Haskell, Henry A 

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 

H ayes, James 

Hayes, James B 

Haynes. Annie L 

Hayward, Arthur F 

Hajward, Edward S 

Hayward, Ehza A 

Hayward, Maggie M 

Hazard, Elsie M 

Healey, Patrick J 

Heaps, Abby J 

Heaton, Anna F 

Hedtler, James 

Hefler, Baniiah J . . . 

Henderson, Mary 

Henderson, Frank 

Henderson, Elizabeth, heirs 

Henderson, William R 

Hentz, Georgianna L 

Hevanghan, Mary A . . , 

Heydacker, Louis, heirs 

Hickey, Margaret and Lavinia Curley. 

Higgins, Antoinette N 

Higgins, David, heirs 

Higgins, Henry M 



Z 5.34 



309.94 
17.80 



92.56 



3.56 



2.23 



8.90 



l.ll 



37.38 
10.68 

89.ro 

113.92 

65.86 

30.26 

1.78 

249.20 
97.90 

930.05 
40.94 

18.69 
62.30 
57.85 
55.18 
392.49 
5.34 
46.28 

63.40 
15.13 

33.82 
44.50 
44.50 
72.98 
34.71 
46.28 
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 
33.82 

101.46 

32.93 

22.25 

6.23 

119.26 
28.48 
38.27' 
17.80 
87.22 
94.34 

180.67 



$ 10.6? 
6.34 

113.92 

30.26 

1.78 



18.69 
62.30 



5.34 

3.56 

15.13 
33.82 

44.50 

34.71 

50.73 
83.66 
79.66 

8.90 



58.74 
101.46 



62.30 
38.27 

33.82 



19.58 



136 

Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Higgins, Elizabeth A 

Higgins, Cornelius J 

Higgins, John 

Higgins, Margaret 

Highland, Alice 

Hill, Sarah J 

Hill, Fred R 

Hill, Warren S 

Hiller, Lucy E 

Hilton, Orissa P 

Hines, Orin M 

Hitchcock, Alice D 

Higbee, Celia S 

Hodgdon, Flora J 

Hodges, Ella A 

Hodges, Hattie B 

Hodgkins, Luther D 

Hodgkinson, John and Thomas J. 

Hodgkinson, Thomas J 

Hodgkinson, John 

Hoeffling, Anton, heirs 

Holmes, Mary A 

Holmes, Alvin D 

Holmes, Mandana D 

Holmes, Frederick H. and Agnes. 

Holmes, Thomas C 

Holt, Charles F 

Holtham, Georgianna F 

Holtham, Henry S 

Holtham, William E 

Holway, William H - 

Holzer, Ulrich .• 

Hogan, John 

Homans, Frank B 

Hood, John 

Hood, Georgianna. 

Hoogs, Hannah M 

Hope, James D 

Hopkirk, Jane 

Home, Ernest, heirs 

Horr, Sarah E 

House, Nettie F. B 

Houston, Joseph J 

Houston, Thomas J 

Houston, Mary J 

Hovey, Solomon, heirs 

Howard, Mary C, 

Howard, Loea P 

Howe, Kittle M 

Howe, Eugenia A 

Howes, Alfred E 

Howes, Charles 

Howes, Mary A. P 

Hudson, Maria 



Persona] 


Real Es- 
tate. 


Unpaid. 




|;48.95 






62.30 






27.59 


% 27.59 




35.60 






81.88 






123.71 




5^53.40 


55.18 






105.02 


105.02 




49.84 


49.84 




96.12 






39.16 




6.34 


160.20 






44.50 


44.50' 




65. «6 


65.86 




50.73 


50.73 




55.18 


55.18 




40.94 


40.94 


16.02 


39.16 
58.74 




1.33 


40.94 
24.03 






106.80 


106.80 


3.56 


44.50 


3.56 




26.70 


26.70 




2.67 


2.67 




80.10 


80.10 




94.34 


94.34 


1.78 




1.78 


15.13 


67.64 




.45 


113.03 






103.24 


103.24 


2.67 


119.26 




14.24 


103.24 
24.03 

126.38 
5S.74 
26.70 






21.36 


12.46 




74.76 






71.20 






43.61 


43.61 




49.84 






10.68 






85.44 






53.40 




4.45 


71.20 




8.90 




8.90 




92.56 


92.56 




60.52 






89.00 






61.41 


61.41 




37.38 





137 
Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Hudson, John W 

Hudson, Mary 

Huestis, Alice M 

Huggan, Thomas 

Huggins, Charles E 

Hughes, Thomas J 

Hughes, Catherine " » 

Hukin. Emily R 

Hultberg, Anna S 

Humphrey, Jennie B 

Humphrey, Edward I . . 

Hunt, Ira J. and Gertrude 

Hunt, Karan 

Hurley, Dennis and Mary 

Hurley, Dennis 

Hurst, Mary 

Hurter, Jennie F 

Hurter, George C, heirs 

Hutchins, Ella E 

Hutchinson, Eliza G. . . . - 

Hyde Park Savings Bank 

Hyde Park Water Co 

Hyde Park Electric Light Co 

Hyde Park First Congregational Church 

Hyde Paik First Congregational Church Society 

Hyde Park Associates, Allen, Bates and Whitin 

trs 

Hutchinson, Elizabeth 

Hyde Park Co-operative Bank , 

Hyde Park Y. M. C. A 

Hyde Park Ice Company 

Hyde Park Cycle Co 

Hyde Park Caramel Co , 



Personal 



1.78 



7.12 



Jackson, James W. . . 

Jackson, Margaret 

Jackson, Herbert I 

Jackson, Grace M 

Jackson, Thomas E 

Jacobs, Mary D 

James, Mary 

Jank, Robert C 

Jeft'erds, Lewis S. B 

JefFers, George 

Jenkins, Eliza B 

Jenkins, Howard 

Jenkins, Bridget . . 

Jenney, Charles F ^.. . 

Jenney, Edwin C 

Jenney, Charles E., heirs 

Jenney, Charles F. and Edwin C 

Jenney, Edwin C, Charles F. and Lora P. 
Jennings, Charles E. T . and Etta A 



284.80 
1602.00 



21.36 

7.12 

10.68 



.90 



Real Es- 
tate. 



% 26.70 

49.84 

39.16 

13. .35 

39.16 

65.S6 

57.85 

46.28 

37.38 

115.70 

56.07 

57.85 

21.36 

12.46 

8.90 

55.18 

160.20 

61.41 

34.71 

117.48 

469.03 

774.30 

658.60 

89.00 

178.00 

283.02 
37.38 

100 57 
89.00 



38.27 

65.86 

12.46 

84.55 

47.17 

59 63 

56.07 

32.93 

59.63 

55.18 

66.75 

8.90 

,30.26 

153.08 

.328.41 

121.93 

9.79 

115.70 

47.17 



Unpaid. 



% 28.48 
• 49.80 
39.16 
13.35 
39.16 
65.86 
64.97 

37.38 



21.36 
12.46 
8.90 



34.71 
117.48 



37.38 

89.00 

21.36 

7.12 

10.68 



30.26 



328.41 
121.93 



115.70 



138 
Resident Tax Payers — {Continued.) 



Jigger, John W 

Johnson, John 

Jones, Antoinette C 

Jones, John H 

Jones, Mary A 

Jones, Thomas 

Jones, Annie 

Jones, Annie C 

Jones, Edward D 

Jordan, Patrick J 

Jordan, Ellen 

Jordan, Mary A 

Jordan, James li 

Jordan, John C 

Joubert, Frances A 

Jonbert, Dider Z 

Julian, William H., and Mary A. . 

K 

Katzman, Elizabeth 

Keane, Margaret, heirs 

Keane, William E 

Keane, Jeremiah J 

Kearney, John, heirs 

Keating, Edward J. and Theresa E 

Keefe, John A 

Keegan, Mary 

Keene, Charles W 

Keiley, Mary 

Keith, Louisa 

Kelleher, Hugh 

Keiley, Mary A 

Kelliher, Timothy P 

Kendall, Matilda H ,. 

Kendall, Edward A 

Kendall, Henry C 

Kennedy, Frederick J 

Kennedy, John 

Kennedy, Hannah 

Kennedy, Mary 

Kennedy, Daniel S 

Kenyon, Ralph G 

Ketcham, Hattie V 

Kiggen, Joseph M 

Kiggen, Michael 

Kiggen, Michael 

Kiggen, John, heirs 

Kiilam, Horace W 

Kilroy, Mary E 

Kilty, John T., heirs 

Kimball, Ellen, heirs 

King, Catherine, heirs 

King, George D 

Kingston, Thomas 



Personal 



Real Es- 
tate. 



$ 24.92 



.78 



1.78 
3.56 



34.71 



62.30 



\l.i 



2.67 
3.56 



I 81.88 
124.60 
14.24 
62.30 
71.20 
24.03 
46.28 
63.19 

30.26 
27.59 
21.36 

76.54 

113.03 

40.05 

24.03 



24.03 

25.31 

29.37 

62.51 

40.94 

28.48 

69.42 

32.04 

9.79 

1.78 

154.86 

25.81 

23.14 

3.56 

211.82 

48.95 
122.82 
25.81 
60.52 
48.06 

39.1tJ 
35.60 

402.28 
90.78 
22.25 
33.82 

6.23 
46.28 
34.71 
28.48 
42.72 

2.67 



139 



Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 




NAMES. 


Personal 


Real Es- 
tate. 


Unpaid. 




$ 2.67 

8.90 
3.56 

1.78 

5.34 

8.90 

5.34 
17.80 

1.78 
2.67 


$42.72 

71.20 
81.88 
26.70 

14.24 
18.69 
90.78 
25.81 
24.03 
50.73 

25.81 
60.52 
10.68 
26.70 
8.90 
22.25 
55.18 
24.03 
58.74 
60.52 
40.94 

7.12 

28.48 

64.08 

3.56 

1.78 

34.71 

77.43 

25.81 

60.52 

149.52 

72.09 

46.28 

18.69 

178.00 
99.68 
80.10 
12.46 

53.40 
366.68 
119.26 

24.92 
20.47 

130.83 
37.38 

113.92 


$ 42.72 
2 67 


JSivlin, Bartholomew F 


JKnapp, William H 




Knight, L. Ancie 




Knowles Ella E 


26 70 


Kollock, Arthur C 




KoUock, William B 




Krucf, Elizabeth 








Kunkle, Frank 


27.5 


Kunkle, Victoria E 




Xunke, Frank and Patrick Murphy 




Xiftgner, Elinor 




Lake, Martha S 




Lally, Michael 




Lambert, Charles and Margaret 


26.70 


Lambert, John 




Lanahan, Robert, heirs 




Landt, Henry 




Lane, Ann, heirs 




Lane, Harriet L 




Lane, Emma L . . . 




Lapham, Elizabeth 




Lappin, Isaac L 


5 34 


Laughlm, James 


7.12 


Laughlin, Garrett 




Lauppe, Charles F - 




Lasers, Laura E 


■ 3.56 


Lavers, Christine, ux. Charles H 


1.78 


Lawrence, Catherine 




Lawson, James D., heirs 




Leadbeater, Charlotte 


25.81 


Lee, Bridget 


60.52 


Lee, Anna S 


149.52 


Leeds, Catherine F 




Leighton, Henry H 


46.28 


Leonard, Alice 




Lermon, Adolph 


8.90 


Leseur, Horatio, heirs 




Leseur, Benjamin F., heirs 




Leslie, Ida M 




Leslie, Isabel L 




Levin, Nathan 


5.34 


Lewis, Charles, tax title 




Lewis, Ellen D 








Lewis, David W 






24.92 


Libby, Samuel W 






130.83 


Lindgren, Swan J 


39.16 


Lindgren, Olof P 


116.59 







140 
Resident Tax Payers — {Continued.) 



Lindgren, Alice 

Lingham, Charles T 

Lindsay, Edgar 

Little, Everett A 

Littlefield, Liicretia 

Loekhart, Bertha M 

Lockwood, James F 

Loder, Susan J 

Loftus, Julia 

Logan, Thomas H 

Looby, Johanna and Mary Ennis. 

Loveland, Helen A 

Lovejoy, John S 

Lovejoy, Grace M 

Lovering, Flora 

Loud, Francis F 

Lucey, Julia E 

Lufkin, Mary E 

Lyford, Byley 

Lynch, Margaret 

Lynch, Bridget A 

Lynch, Catherine E 

Lyon, Emerson W 

Lyon, Maude N 

Lyons, Mary E 

Lyons, James E 



M 



MacGregor, Archibald 

Mackintosh, Lucy A 

Mackintosh, D. Homer W.. 

Mackintosh, John S 

Mackintosh, Etta M 

Macomber, Amos, heirs.... 

Mahoney, Dennis W 

Mahoney, Dennis, heirs.... 

Mahoney, Sarah T 

Mahoney, Bridget, heirs... 

Mahoney, John W 

Mahoney, William 

Mahoney, Louise T 

Malley. Luke and Catherine. 

Mandell, Henry C 

Manley, George H 

Mann, Catherine S 

Mannion, Patrick 

Margolius, G. & Co 

Marr, Adeline M 

Martin, Patrick, heirs 

Marsden, Ellen 

Marshall, Mary 

Marsters. Lotten 

Mason, Mary E 

Mathewson, Jerome, heirs. . 



Personal 



$29.37 
1.78 



5.34 



8.90 
8.90 



13.35 
3.56 



2.67 
32.04 



.90 



Real Es- 
tate. 



f.35,60 
31.15 
35 60 
32.04 
42.72 
32.04 
55.18 

124.60 

46.28 

5.34 

48.06 

83.66 

94.34 
72 98 
60.52 
14.24 
50.73 
72.09 
61.41 
21.36 
40.05 
116.59 
93 45 
24.03 
27.59 



94.34 
34.71 

32.04 
40.05 
20.47 

169.10 
66.75 
29.37 



60.52 
39.16 
105.91 
40.05 
26.70 
35.60 

269.67 
23.14 
69.42 
39.16 
48.9 
32.93 
64.08 



141 
Resident Tax Payers 



( Continued.) 



Mathias, Jane T 

Mathus, Franz 

Maxim, Jane 

May, Hannah Alice 

Maynard, William M 

McAndrew, Patrick and Catherine McGrath 

McAlpine, Lemuel A 

McAfee, John W. and Sarah M 

McAskeU. Kenneth 

McAuliffe, John J. and Ann 

Mc AulifFe, Edward and Bridget 

McAvoy, Mary E ! 

McAvoy, James D 

McBride, Edward and John M 

McCarter, John G 

McCarter, Sarah J. G 

McCarthy, Mary, heirs 

McCarthy, Michael 

McConnell, John T 

McCoy, Mary J 

McDermott, Joseph F 

McDermott, Joanna 

McDermott, Margaret 

McDermott, John 

McDonald, Roderick J 

McDonald, William ,J 

McDonough, John, heirs 

McDonald, David A 

McDonough, Rose A 

McDonough, Mary, heirs 

McDonough, Mary C 

McDonough, Patrick J 

McDonough, Peter 

McDonough, Thomas J 

McDougaid, John C 

McGillicuddy, John, heirs 

McGinley, Joseph B 

McGowan, Andrew 

McGowan, Thomas 

McGrath, Mary E 

McGrath, James 

McGrath, Honora J 

McGrath, Margaret 

McGregor, Frank P 

McGuire, John J 

Mclnness, William 

Mclntyre, Hannah P 

Mclntyre, Warren F 

Mclntyre, William F 

McKeen, Lena D ; 

McKendry, Susan M 

McKenna, John H. heirs 

McKenna, Mary A 

McKenna, James, 2d 

McKenna, James 



Personal ^%^\ Es- 
tate. 



$8.90 



8.90 



1.78 



1.78 



3.56 



1.34 
26.70 



f 13.35 

45.39 

198.47 

43.61 

48.06 
1.78 
40.94 
37.38 
33.82 
24.92 
■ 61.41 
5.34 
7L20 
8.90 
49.84 
27.59 
28.48 
28.48 
19.58 

65.86 
17.80 
23.14 

39.16 
81.88 
44.50 
46.28 
28.48 
40.94 
4.45 
72.98 
24,92 
53.40 
23.14 
42.72 
17.80 
31.15 
17.80 
10.68 
64.08 
62.30 

5.34 
32.04 
37.38 
60.52 
57.85 
40.94 
56.96 
194.02 
69.42 
23.14 

6.23 



Unpaid. 



43.61 
1.78 



33.82 
24.92 



80.10 



28.48 

19.58 

1.78 

65.!S6 

7.80 

1.78 
39.16 
81.88 

46.28 



4.45 

28.48 



17.80 
12,02 
64.08 
62.30 

5.34 



60.52 
40.94 



6.23 



142 

Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



McKerina, Thomas 

McKenna, Catherine, heirs 

McKinney, William G 

McLean, Alexander, heirs 

McLean, John S 

McLellan, Elizabeth 

McLeod, Mary J 

McLeod, Bessie 

McMahon, John W 

McMahon, Mary E 

McMahon, Joseph 

McMahon, Maro;aret 

McManus, Kath. F 

McLeod, George C 

McPhearson, Alex. D 

Meagher, John A 

Meiggs, Clarence U 

Melia, Bridget 

Melville, Anna M 

Melzard, Louise C 

Mercer, Emily ,] 

Mercer, Thomas '. . . . 

Merrill, Lena B 

Merrow, Susan A 

Methodist Church Society 

Middleton, Catherine J 

Miles, George 

Miles, Eva E 

Miller, Annie 

Miller, Annie 

Miller, Peter, heirs 

Miller, Lois, ux. J. C 

Miller, Mary E 

Millett, Edward P 

Mills, Joseph W 

Milne, John 

Miner, Henry B 

Miner, Maud M 

Miner and Crumett 

Mitchell, Abbie E 

Mitchell, George A. and Susan E. 

Mitchell. Sarah L 

Mogan, John J. 

Monahan, John H 

Monahan, Wm. J 

Monahan, Mary J 

Mooar, Caroline H 

Mooar, James F 

Moltedo, Joseph 

Moran, Mary E 

Moreshead, Minnie G 

Morris, Mary 

Morrisey, Annie 

Morrisey, John and Mary 

Morrison, Ida A 



Personal Real Es- 
tate. 



$2.67 



30.26 



13.35 
5.34 
8.90 



5.79 
6.23 



$29.37 
29.37 
28.48 
40.94 
97.90 
37.38 
67.64 
28.48 

35.60 
52.51 
71.20 
34.71 
7.12 
43.61 
41.83 

161.09 
36.49 
80.10 
48.06 
46.28 
59.63 
51.62 

101.46 
63.19 

161.09 
44.50 
85.44 

101.46 
17.80 
30.26 
44.50 

124.60 
38.27 

74.76 

156.64 
24.03 
33.82 
71.20 

119.26 
69.42 
35.60 
30.26 
.32.93 
53.40 

132.61 
5.5.18 

105.02 
24.03 
51.62 
28.48 
32.93 
33.82 
39.16 



LTnpald. 



29.37 



40.94 
97.90 

67.64r 

28.48 

2.67 

35.60 

71.2a 
34.71 

43.61 
41.83 

27.59- 



46.28 
59.6a 

101.46 
63.19 

74.76 
85.44 

17.80 
30.26- 
44.50 

38.27 
13.35 
80. la 



33.82 



30.26 
32.93 
53,40 



111.25 
51.62 
.32.93 



143 
Resident Tax Payers 



( Continued. ) 



Morrison, Gerald M 

Morrison, Elisha R 

Morrison, Chas. F 

Morrison, Mary E. . 

Morrison, William J 

Morrison, Michael and Bridget 

Morse, George W 

Morse, Theodora E 

Morse, Annie B 

Mortenson, Tena 

Morton, Sarah N 

Moseley, Caroline M 

Moseley, Samuel R 

Mowry, William A 

Moylan, Michael F., heirs 

Mugford, Frederick F 

Mulcahy. Isabella 

Mulcahy, Michael 

Mulhern, Annie L 

Mullen, Ann 

Mullen, Michael T 

Mullen, Flora E 

Mullen, Susan, Gdn 

Mulvey, Jane 

Mungan, Patrick , 

Murphy, Hannah 

Murphy, Mary A. E., heirs 

Murray, Bridget , 

Murray, Elizabeth 

Murray, Daniel A 

Myers, Samuel 

Myers, Samuel , 

Nason, Joseph L , 

Naughnan, John 

Neai, Wallace I 

Neale, Marianna E 

Neill, Annie H 

Neilson, David B 

Ness, Mary 

Newcomb, George K 

Newell, Stillnmn E 

Newell, Susan E 

Newton, Sarah F., heirs 

Newton, Susan M. . 

Nichols, Minnie 

Nicholson, Sadie G 

Nicholson, Chas. E 

Noble, Mary H 

Noble, Mark E 

Nolan, Ann 

Noonan, Matthew , 

Norling, Chas. G., heirs 



Persona] Heal Es- Unpaid, 
tate. 



$ 20.47 



1.78 



26.70 



2.23 
7.12 



.45 
4.45 



26.70 



2.67 
2.67 



35.60 



$ 5.34 
43.61 
32.93 
64.97 
30.26 
71.20 
34.71 
50.73 
80.10 
33.82 
44.50 
89.00 

78.32 

42.72 

31.15 

127.27 

36.49 
15.13 

24.92 
40.94 
45.39 
34.71 
21.36 
90.78 
34.71 
40.94 
30.26 
65.86 
60.52 



5 34 
27.59 
20.47 
53.40 
2.67 
53.40 
24.92 
42.72 
38.27 
44.50 
92.56 
76.54 
52.51 
462.80 
137.06 
51.62 

27.59 
17.80 
35.60 



53.40 
64.97 



36.49 

80.10 
33.82 
44.50 



127.27 
2 23 



7.12 
24.92 
40.94 



34.71 
32.04 



92.56 

60.52 



53.40 
2.67 



42.72 



52.51 
462.80 
137.06 



17.80 



144 
Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Nightingale, Mary C , . 

Norfolk, Supply Co 

Norris, Frank E 

Norris, Edwin S 

Norris, George H 

Norris, William H. and Harry A 

Norris, Harry A 

Norris, William H 

Norton, Susan M 

Norton, Mary 

Norton, Fannie A 

Norton, Frank S 

Norton, Frank S and Lucy T. Crumett. 

Norwood, William E 

Noyes, Martha H., heirs 

Noyes, Annie T 

Noyes, Maria H 

Noyes, Thomas H 

Nunn-, William J 



O 



O'Brien, Catherine 

O'Brien, John, heirs 

O'Brien, Cath. E 

O'Brien, Lawrence S 

O'Brien, Alice 

O'Connell, Daniel 

O'Connell, Mary A 

O'Connor, Michael, heirs. 

O'Connor, Patrick 

O'Donnell, Mary E 

O' Flaherty, Martin 

O'Halloran. Mary E 

O'Hern, Mary M 

O' Grady, Delia A 

O'Eourke, James. ...... 

O'liourke, Patrick 

O'Tool, Michael 

OUiver, James F 

Olsen, Martin 

Orcutt, Fred S. H 

Ormsbee, Priscilla B 

Ormsbee William W. . . . 
Ott, Katherine 



Page, Mary E 

Page, Mary E., admx. 
Pagingtoij, Mary A. .'. 
Pagington, Thomas. . . 
Pagington, John S... 

Paine, Francis M 

Paine, John A 

Paine, Mary E 



Personal 



10.68 
35.60 



7.12 



7.12 
14.24 



1.78 
1.78 



Real Es- 
tate. 



$ 33.82 

320 40 
48.06 
53.40 

242.08 
51.62 

436.10 
50.73 
80.99 
64.97 
63.19 
9.79 
83.66 
60.52 
7.12 
97.01 
46.28 
50.73 



39.16 
159.31 
103.24 

27.59 

57.85 
89.00 
145.07 
16.91 
26.70 
48.95 
23.13 
22.25 
50.73 

8.90 
37.38 
38.28 
52.51 
30.26 
34.71 
.37.38 
50.73 

8 90 
41.83 



53.40 

64.97 
30.26 
28.48 
53.40 
51.62 
126.38 



145 

Resident Tax Payers' 



( Continued. ) 



Paine, Chas. F 

Palmer, Cath. F 

Palmer, Chas. E 

Parkhurst, Frederick A 

Parks, Albert L , 

Partridge, Chas. C 

Payson, Cordelia A 

Peabody, Ephrahim S., heirs 

Peabody, Mary J 

Peabody, Mary J. and Mary D. . . 

Pearce, Alice J. C 

Peare, Cora A 

Peck, Minnie E 

Peck, Harriet A 

Pierce, Catherine, heirs 

Pepper, Mary H 

Pera, Lorenzo and Nora Johnson 

Perkins, Albert S 

Perkins, Hannah S 

Perkins, David 

Perkins. David, tax title 

Perry, Oria J. and Minnie A 

Perry, Mary H 

Perry, Edward E 

Perry, Matilda M 

Peterson, Annie C 

Pfeiffer, Geo. W 

Phelps, Henry B., heirs 

Phillips, Mary V" 

Phillips, Benj. E 

Phipps, Daniel W 

Pickett, Eliza D 

Pierce, Emma C 

Pierce, George B 

Pierce, Elizabeth V 

Pierce, John Eddy 

Pineo, James C 

Pingree, Calista 

Pliimmer, Wilmot H 

Podbury, Marion B 

Podbury, Thomas L 

Podbury, Thomas B 

Podbury, Rose E 

Pommer, Robert E 

Pommer, Louisa A 

Poole, Mary E 

Poole, Walter W 

Poole, William 

Porter, Ira C 

Porter, Samuel F 

Pothecary, Harry 

Pothecary, Patience, heirs 

Powers, Wilbur H 

Pratt, Harriet E 

Prescott, Grace H., heirs 



Personal 



$10.68 

2.67 
8.90 

1.34 



1.78 



3.56 
3.56 



4.45 



.90 



26.70 



Real Es- 
tate. 



$ 64.97 
47.17 

114.81 

58.74 

87.22 

140.62 

40.05 

254.54 

72.09 

108.58 

27.59 

53.40 

50.73 

26.70 

23.14 

99.68 

124.60 

363.12 

2.67 

80.10 

44.50 

40.94 

115.70 

33.82 

78.32 

67.64 

74.76 

147.74 
49.84 
79 21 
43.61 
58.74 
78.32 
79.21 
80.10 

92.56 
45.39 
26.70 
52.51 
222.50 
8.90 
35.60 

56.96 

48.06 

108.58 

125.49 

94.34 

190.46 

40.94 

50.73 



Unpaid . 



I 58.74 

1.34 

87.22 

140.62 



72.09 

27.59 

50.73 
26.70 



44.50 

40.94 

115.70 



47.64 

34.76 

1.78 



58.74 
78.32 
79.21 

3.56 
92.56 
45.39 
26.70 
52.51 



.90 



50.73 



146 
Resident Tax Payers — {Continued.) 



Preston, William D. . . . 

Preston, Fannie H 

Price, Maria 

Pring, James Y 

Pring, Mary E 

Pring, Johanna 

Probert, Richard 

Putnam, Hannah A. . . . 
Putnam, Sidney, heirs. 



Quealey, "William. 
Quinlan, John. .. 
Quinn, James. . . . 



K 



Radell, Emma L 

Radford, Anni M 

Radford, Frank H 

Rafter, John C . . . . 

Rafter, John James 

Rafter, Ruth H 

Rafter, Maria 

Rand, Sarah A 

Rand, Rachel P 

Rausch, Alice G 

Rausch, George H 

Ray, John G ■ • ■ ■ 

Raynes, Martha A., heirs 

Raynes, Elizabeth H 

Reardon, Ellen 

Regan, Mary 

Renton, Ralph J 

Rhodes, Marion , 

Rice, Emerson 

Rice, Sarah W 

Rich Bros., Frank B. and Fred A 

Rich, Bertha J 

Rich, Frank B 

Richardson, John 

Richardson, Nellie L 

Richardson, Elizabeth A 

Richardson, George L 

Richardson & Rafter, E. C. Jenney, Tr. 

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 



Persona] 



$ 3.56 



71.20 



24.92 



3.56 



1.34 
3.56 



8.90 
17.80 
53.40 

4.45 



Real Es- 
tate. 



74.76 
80.99 

96.12 

49.84 

72 98 

140.62 



52.51 

192.24 

25.81 



140.62 
242.08 
83.66 
62.30 
10.68 
17.80 
53,40 
16.91 
35.60 
51.62 
8 90 
225.17 
44.50 
64.97 
16.02 
32.04 

52.51 

72.98 
86.. 33 

20.47 
55.18 
37.38 
45.39 
47.17 
74.76 

105.02 
18.69 
17.80 
55.18 
46.28 
11.57 
47.17 
74.76 
49.84 

115.70 
37.38 



147 
Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Eoacli. Henry J 

Roberts, Edith E 

Roberts, Henry M 

Roberts, Elizabeth 

Robinson, Henrj' B 

Robinson, Julia F 

Robinson, John T. & Co 

Robinson, Willis G 

Robinson, Sarah E., heirs 

Robinson, George E 

Rockwood, Estella C 

Rogers, ^Yilliam N 

Rogers, Margaret 

Rogers, Catherine G 

Rogers, James R 

Rogers, Hugh E 

Rogers, Margaret (Lucy) 

Rogers, Johanna 

Rogers, James F 

Rogers, Arthur T. and Nellie A. 

Rogers, Arthur T 

Rogers, Eliza T 

Rogers, Viola M 

RoUins, Fred E 

Roman, John 

Roman, Elizabeth 

Roome, B. Elizabeth 

Rooney, Patrick 

Rooney , Frances M 

Rooney, Edward D 

Rooney, Patrick M 

Rooney, Patrick J., heirs 

Rooney, Catherine 

Eooney, Alice F 

Rooney, Patrick H 

Ross, Agnes T 

Rowell, AdaC 

Rudolph, Agnes C 

Ruiter, Myrtle S 

Runnells, Levi A., heirs 

Russo, Raffaelo 

Ryan, James F and Bridget. . . . 

Ryan, Bridget, tr 

Ryan, Isaac L • • • ■ 

Ryder, Margaret A. J 



Sampson, Arch. R 

Sampson, Margaret E. . . 
Samuels, Isaac B., heirs. 

Sanborn , Mary 

Sanborn, John W 

Sanborn, Mary .J 

Sanford, George 

Sanger, Sarah J 



Personal 


Real Es- 




tate. 


$5.34 


% 6.23 




62.30 




18.69 




76.54 


3.56 


48.95 




228.73 


231.40 


281.24 


2.67 






58.74 




71.20 




62.30 




42.72 




57.85 




39.16 




37.38 




40.94 




66.96 




52.51 




55.18 




8.01 




48.95 




101.46 




43.61 




48.06 


.45 


21.36 




64.08 




42.72 


1.78 


42.72 




27.59 




44.50 




26.70 




29.-37 




447.67 




275.90 


2.67 






89.00 




37.38 




44.50 




47.17 




51.62 




25.81 




39.16 




6.23 




62.30 




39.16 


9.79 






329.30 




46.28 




31.15 




30.26 




49.84 




50.73 




103.24 



Unpaid. 



$11.57 



2.67 

58.74 



42.72 
57.85 

37.38 
40.94 
56.96 
52.51 

8.01 

48.95 

43.61 
48.06 



44.50 



29.37 
97.67 



47.17 
51.62 



62.30 



9.79 

329.30 

46.28- 

31.15 



148 
Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Sargent, Louis H 

Sargent, Gilbert L 

Savage, Eben D 

Savage, Mary E 

Savage, Mary 

Savage, John C, B. H. Greenhood, Assignee. 

Savage, Henrietta L 

Savage, Mary 

Savptelle, Geo. W 

Sawtelle, Mary W 

Sawyer, Edwin W 

Sawyer, Daniel, heirs , . . 

Sayer, William H 

Schell, Ellen A 

Schnialz, Josephine 

Schmitt, Jennie L 

Schofield, Hannah 

Schultz, Gustav A 

Schwartzenberg, Wilhelmina 

Scott, William W 

Scott, Jairus H 

Scott, Jane W 

Scott, Robert, heirs 

Scott, Leila A . 

Scott, Robert 

Scott, James D 

Scott, Lydia E 

Scrivens, Hannah L 

Scrivens, Walter C 

Scully, Mary E., heirs.' 

Sears, Harriet A 

Sears, Susan A 

Seymour, Thomas • 

Shaughnessey, Edw 

Shaw. Mary 

Shea,' Ellen F 

Shea, William 

Shea, Mary J 

Sheehan, Mary E 

Sheehan, Patrick J 

Sheehan, John F 

Shepard, Asenath A 

Shepherd, Peter 

Sheridan, James E 

Sherman, Ella E. heir 

Simmons, James 

Simmons, Bridget A 

Small, Nellie A 

Smalling, William E 

Smith, Mary E 

Smith, Herbert L 

Smith, Fredericka 

Smith, Mary S. D 

Smith, Reliance R 



Personal Real Es- unpaid. 



$29.55 
3.12 



5.34 

1.78 

35.60 



17. 



8.90 
12.46 



6.23 
23.14 



} 46.28 
53.40 

8.90 
64.97 

8.90 

72.98 

53.40 

■ 32.04 

6.23 
39.16 
53.40 
49.84 
49.84 
52.51 
24.03 
26.70 
36.49 
33.82 
20.47 

121.04 
185.12 
46.28 
55.18 
40.94 
125.49 
70.31 
33.82 
32.04 
41.83 
45.39 
55.18 
48.95 
83.66 
41.83 
31.15 
34.71 
25.81 
72.98 
60.52 

69.42 
51.62 

56.96 

162.87 

24.92 

42.72 

26.70 

69.42 
44.50 
39.16 



149 

Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Smith, Beebe, heirs 

Smith, Wm. A., heirs 

Smith, Mary, heirs 

Smiton, Mary A 

Smith, Lucy A 

Smiton, George 

Snow, Lavinia, heirs 

Snow, George H 

Soley & Smith 

Somes, Samuel S 

Soule, Sadie L 

Soule, Albion M. W 

Soule, Mary Leach 

Sparrell, William P 

Spear, Chas. F 

Speed, Lelia M 

Spencer, James N 

Spencer, Chas. H 

Spencer, Timothy 

Sreenan, Patrick 

Stack, John 

Stack, John 

Stack, Chas. F 

Stack, Thomas 

Stackpole, Eunice 

Stanberry, Richard, Jr 

Stanley, Arthur 

Stanley, Edward E 

Stark, Ann Maria, heirs. ... 

Stevens, Elvira C. C 

Stevens, Albert G ; . 

Stevens, Mary M 

Stevens, Perley E 

Stevens, Annie M 

Steward, Ellen A 

Stewart, Malcolm 

Stickney, Emma 

Stockbridge, Arthur B 

Stocking, Mary M 

Stockford, Hugh J 

Stone, Franklin, heirs 

Stone, Mary A 

Stone, Elma A 

Storer, Emma A 

Story, Arthur W., heirs 

Story, Alice A 

Strachan, Douglas 

Strachan, Betsey 

Straw, Antoinette Mc K 

Strout, Barbara 

Stuart, William J. and Elizabeth G 

Stuart, William J 

Sullivan, Rachael F 

Sullivan, Mary 



Personal 



% 14.24 

1.78 
6.23 



2.67 
2.67 

4.45 



1.78 



Real Es- 
tate. 



$ 37.38 
44.50 
55.W 
23.14 
51.62 
56.96 
54.29 
36.49 

140.62 
104.13 

17.80 
140.62 
78.32 
50.73 
39.16 
42.72 
8.90 
36.49 
82.77 
37.38 

36.49 
33.82 
21.36 
91.67 

112.14 
78.32 
54.29 

100.57 
44.50 
43.61 
94.34 
49.84 
49.84 
.38.27 
65.86 

135.28 

156.64 

53.40 

64.08 

62.30 

35.60 

24.92 

7.12 

8.01 

5.34 

60.52 

69.42 

147.74 

26.70 
32.93 



Unpaid. 



$ 37.38 
44.50 



65.62 
14.13 



17.80 
78.32 



39.16 
42.72 



36.49 



2.67 



56.12 

78.32 



43.61 
94.. 34 



49.84 
38.27 



53.40 
64.08 
62.30 

24.92 
7.12 



60.52 



26.70 
32.93 



I50 
Resident Tax Payers 



( Continued.^ 



Personal Real Es-i unpaid, 
tate. ^ 



Sullivan, Lawrence E. and Catherine T 

Sumner, Henrietta C 

Sumner, William F., heirs 

Swallow, Adeline E 

Swanstrom, August 

Sweeney, Patrick, heirs 

Sweeney, Jane 

Sweeney, Thos. W 

Swinton, Jennie S 

T 

Tacey, George 

Tacey, Mary 

Tarrant, George M 

Tarrant, Mary A 

Taylor. Prince H 

Taylor, Daniel T., heirs 

Taylor, Elliott O 

Taylor, ( Jharlotte A 

Terry, Henry B. and Abbie A 

Terry, Henry B 

Thomas, Wm. M 

Thompson & Co 

Thompson, Mrs. H. A. B 

Thompson, Arthur E • 

Thompson, John B 

Thompson, Howard S 

Ticknor, Sheridan F 

Tilden, James A 

Tilden, Annie E 

Tileston, Arthur G 

Tilton, Josiah N 

TiltouMary A 

Timpany, Richard, heirs 

Tirrell, Frederick N 

Tobin, Michael J... 

Tomlinsoii, Robert J 

Tooker, William H 

Tooker, Minnie M., heirs 

Toole, Martin , 

Tourtellotte, Ellis C. and Emma S 

Tower, Adeline B 

Towle, Peter F 

Towner, Thomas J 

Towns, Elizabeth 

Trefrey, Elizabeth D 

Trefrey, William F 

Tripp, Emily A .... 

Tripp, Abel W 

Tucker, Chas. H 

Tucker, Ella A 

Tuckerman, John H 

Turner, Maria Louise 

Turner, John J 



$5.34 



1.78 



5.34 



10.24 
8.90 



17.80 
15.13 

21.36 
44.50 



2.67 



1.78 



$26.70 
58.74 
51.62 
58.74 
34.71 
37.38 
64.97 
74.76 
65.86 



93.45 
30.26 

52.51 
38.27 
55.18 

51.62 

90.78 

136.17 



56.07 
62.30 
21.36 

72.98 
60.52 

67.64 

24.92 
54.29 
39.16 

37;<80 
5.34 

147.74 
80.99 
34.71 
54.29 
77.43 
36.49 
35.60 
48.95 
62.30 

74.76 
35.60 
98.79 
49.84 
39.16 
5.34 
31.15 



151 

Resident Tax Payers ■ 



'( Continued.) 



Personal 



Tuttle, Annie M. , heirs 

Tiittle. Samuel A 

Tuttle. Harry A 

Tiritchell, Elizabeth and Anna M. Sanderson. 

Tyler, Chas. H. 

Tyler, Harriet B., heirs 

Tyler, Merion M 



TJ 



Underhill, Lizzie S 
"Underbill, Merrill . 
Underbill, Lois A. . . 

Upbam, Mary 

Upbam, L. Frank . . , 



Vincent, Henry 

Vincennas, Dominick 

Yivian, Roxanna 

Yose, Amelia, B 

Vose, Mary E. and Sarah ^M. 

Vose, Sarah 31 

Vietze, Chas. F 



yv 



Waldron, Chas. E 

Waldron, Hiram E. B 

Walker, Dennis G 

Walker, Lucretia B, 

Wallace. Hannah 

Wallace, Richard T. and Ellen A. . 

Walsh, William P. 

Walter, Louisa T 

Walter, Theodore A 

Walstab. Henrietta 

W^ard, William D 

Ward, Mary S 

Ward, Rowland 

Ward, Charlotte 

Ward, Amy B 

Ward, George 

Warren, Mary E 

Warren, Peter £ 

Washburn, Eliza G 

Washburn, Andrew 

Wasserboehr, Harry P 

Waters, Thomas S 

Waters, Maria A 

Waters, Margaret and Nancy T. S. 

Watson, Susan, heirs 

Waverly Club 

Webb, George E 



.89 



44.eo 

7.12 



2.67 



17.80 



17.80 



Real Es- 
tate. 



$129.05 
68.19 

56.96 

19.58 

135.28 

50.73 



44.50 
48.06 
5.34 
49.84 
41.83 



37.38 
39.16 
52.51 
193.13 
94.34 
35 60 
12.46 



97.01 
47.17 

167.32 
49.84 
53.40 
28.48 
24.92 

108.58 
68.r,3 
37.38 

89.00 

71.20 
.56.07 

87.22 

25.81 

307.05 

80.10 
44.50 
95.23 
31.15 
23.14 

46 28 



Unpaid. 



3 8.90 
19.58 
50.73 



44.50 
48.95 
5.34 
49.84 
41,83 



52.51 



12.46 



97.01 



167.32 

49.84 



68.53 
37.38 



71.20 

56.07 

2.67 

87.22 



44.50 
95.2.3 
31.15 
23.14 

17.80 
46.28 



152 

Resident Tax Payers 



( Continued^ 



Webber & Wilson 

Webster, A. Eudora, heirs 

Webster, Frank B , 

Webster, Irving C , 

Webster, Frank B. Co 

Weeks, Flora B 

Welch, Mary, Gdn 

Welch, Annie E 

Welch. Stephen 

Weld,' Theodore D., heirs 

Wells, Sarah A ... 

Wentworth, Eliza J 

Weston, Minnie 

Weston, Minnie 

Weston, Walter S 

Wetherbee, Annie A 

Wetherbee, John H 

Wheeler, George Win 

Wheeler, Sarah 

Wheeler, Arthur 

Wheeler, Mamie E 

Wheeler, Wm. J. W 

Wheeler, Kate L 

Whittaker, Daniel, heirs. 

White, John 

White, Alvin C and H. E. B. Waldron 

White, Carrie L. V 

Whiting, George E 

Whittemore, Melinda C, heirs 

Whittemore, Esther M 

Whittier, George T 

Whittier, Sarah A 

Whorf, George C. , heirs 

Wigglesworth, Stephen AT 

Wigley, John 

Wild, Laura 

Wilkinson, Jemima. , . . . 

Willard, Henry L 

Willard, Addie M- 

Williams, Rinaldo 

Williams, Susan 

Williams, Frances E 

Williams, Annie C 

Williamson, Margaret J 

Wilson, Johanna' O 

Wilson, Harriet 

Winchenbaugh, Lester P 

Wigley, Mary 

Williams, Frances A 

Winchenbaugh, L. P. and Fratus C 

Winstein, Gertrude 

Wirth, Wilhelmina C 

Wolfe, Ananias, heirs 

Wolfe, Marck 



Personal 



% 5.34 

14.24 
3.56 



78.32 



17.80 
1.78 

1.78 
7.12 



3.56 



Real Es- Unpaid- 
tate. 



\ 33.82 

115.70 

26.70 

26.70 

71.20 

34.71 

16.91 

20.47 

19.58 

213.60 

49.84 

60.52 

124.60 

14.24 

72.09 



60.52 
64.08 
35.60 
37.38 
42.72 
55.18 
32.04 
17.80 
83.66 
469.92 
49.84 
59.63 
68.53 
17.80 
58.74 
52.51 
40.94 
99.68 
43.61 
48.06 
78.32 

98.79 
50.73 

39.16 
37.38 
72.09 
103.24 
12.46 
67.64 
14.24 
39.16 
42.72 
."9.16 
22.25 



153 
Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Wood, Hannah, heirs 

Wood, Jos. A 

Wood, Louise M 

Wood, Eachel P., heirs. 

Wood, Mar2;aret 

Wood, Eobert F 

Wood, Nellie 

Wood, Chas. L 

Wood, Harrie S 

Woodworth, Thos. H 

Wolfe, Jennie 

Wooland, Leonora E, 

Worrick, Laban, heirs 

Wright, Richard W 

Wyman, Ferdinand A 

Wyman, Mary A 

Wyman, Eliza H 

Yeaton, Charles E 

Youngren, Carl 

Young, William A 

Z 

Zaleski, Vincent and Peter.. . 
Zellaski, Antoine 



Personal 



f2.67 
3.56 



53.40 



Real Es- 
tate. 



$40.05 
10.68 
97.90 
45..39 
33.82 

1.78 

106.80 

131.72 

46.28 

39.16 

56.96 

217.16 

132.61 

47.17 

34.71 



12.46 
29.37 
85.44 



60.52 
5.34 



Unpaid. 



45.39 
2.67 
3c56 



34.71 



12.46 

85.44 



154 
NON-RESIDENT TAX -PAYERS 



Abbott, William D 

Adams, John Quincy 

Adeloff, Melker C 

Akin, William 

Alexander, Mercy L 

Allen, Minnie F. and George M. 

Allston Co-operative Bank 

Alward, Charles H 

American Loom Co 

American Tool & Machine Co. . . . 

Andrews, Mary A 

Archibald, Lerois E 

Arnold, Sarah H., heirs 

Adams Express Co 



B 

Babcock, L. H. and Edith. 



Badger, Mary C. , heirs 

Bailey, A. H , 

Baker, Albert S. and Nathan G 

Niekerson 

Baker, Adelia S. ux. Daniel H. ... . 

Balcom, Louisa A 

Ball, Charles E 

Bangs, Laura G 

Barnwell, John 

Barrett, Sarah E 

Bartlett, Jonathan B. L 

Bartlett, Charles L 

Bartlett, Amos F 

Barton, Charles C. , J r 

Bates, James, heirs ■ 

Beaii, Aaron H., heirs. 

Beck, Ellen W. ux. David H , 

Becker-Brainard Milling Machine Co. 

Beers, Emma S 

Bell, John.. , 

Bellis, Lucy L 

Bennett, Braman A 

Berry, jane 

Berry, Joseph K 

Berry, Sarah A 

Blacker, J. E. and Otis A. Shepard 

Blackwood, Alexander 

Blake, Percy M 

Blasdale, Henry 

Bleakie, John S 

Bliss, Juha M 

Bohnsou, Frank C 

Boland, J ohn 

Boston Blower Co 

Bosworth, Hiram E 

Bowker, Emma E 



RESIDENCE. 



Houghton 
Boston .... 
Boston .... 
Boston .... 
Boston .... 
Boston .... 

Allston 

Attleboro . . 
New Jersey 

Boston 

Boston .... 
Truro, N. S 
Nantucket . 
Boston 



Me. 



New York, N. 
and Milton.. 

Boston 

Somerville 



Boston 

Boston 

Gilmanton, N. H. . 

Boston 

Cliarlestown 

Valley Fall^, R. I.. 

E. Foxboro 

Boston 

Boston 

Unknown 

Boston 

Hartford, Conn. . . 
Roxbury, Mass.... 

Dorchester 

Boston 

Bridgeport, Conn • 

Dedham 

Waltham 

So. Weymouth 

Somerville 

Unknown 

New Bedford 

Boston 

Boston 

Newton, Mass . . • • 

Arlington 

Boston 

Jamaica Plain 

Gray, Me 

Dedham 

Boston 

Boston 

Waltham 



Personal 



^356.00 
801.00 



10.68 



26.70 



Real Es- 
tate, 



2333.58 



445.00 



f 7.12 

37.38 

22.25 

49.84 

3.56 

17.80 

53.40 

1.78 

534.00 

1888.58 

7.12 

1.78 

39.16 



40.94 
4.45 

649.70 

12.46 

12.46 

45.39 

3.56 

17.80 

5.34 

24.03 

53.40 

15.13 

8.90 

49.84 

32.04 

6.23 

1258.46 

48.95 

1.78 

8.90 

7.12 

36.49 

4.45 

6.23 

52.5] 

10.68 

23.14 

158.42 

61.41 

21.36 

2.67 

4 45 

364.91) 

78.32 

24.92 



155 
Non-Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



NAMES. 



Bowman, William L 

Bowron, \Yilliam L 

Boyden, Erastus E 

Brackett, Grace W 

Bradbury, Sumner T. and Louisa A 

Bunker 

Bradlee, Nellie M., heirs 

Brad lee, J. AValter, heirs 

Bradley, Edmund 

Brady, Henry J • 

Branideis, Louis D 

Brannon, Thomas F 

Breck, Charles, heirs 

Brewer, Sarah C ■ 

Brightman, Cordelia 

Bridgman, Florence M. - 

Babcock, William W. and Joseph 

Wing, Trustees 

Baker, Charles H.. 

Barcry, Henry 

Barry, Thomas F 

Bates, Margaret, us. Benj. G 

Bigelow. David H 

Boyce, Eli .1 

Brock, Daniel W 

Brockton Street Railway Co 

Brooker, George W., tr 

, Brooks, Ah'red L 

Brooks & Converse 

Brown, Isaac J 

Brown, John A 

Brown, Joseph D 

Browne, Edward I. 

Brown, Joseph 

Browne, Edward I ■ 

Bryant, Louisa M 

Bryant, Edward D 

Buckley, John "W ■ 

Burnes, R. N 

Burnett, Marshall, heirs 

Burr, Elizabeth A 

Burt, John H 

Buss, Mary C 

Butler, George H., heirs 

Butler, Alida A 

Butterfield, Lillian K ■ 

Bessey, Jane ■ 

C 

Caldwell, Emily L 

Callahan, Daniel E 

Campbell, John F 

Capobianco, Dan 

Carleton, Isabel F 

Carnes, Frank N 



RESIDENCE. 



Dorchester 

New York, N. Y 

Walpole 

Watertown 

Newton 

Milton 

Milton 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Milton 

Cornwall, N. Y. 

Unknown 

Paris, France • •• 

Boston 

Boston 

Ellisburg, N. Y. 

I^oston 

Boston' 

Melrose 

Boston 

Stoughton 

Brockton 

Boston 

Fitchburg 

Gardner 

Boston 

Lowell 

Dorchester 

LTnknown 

Boston • • 

Boston 

Somerville 

Somerville 

Boston 

Cambridge 

Boston 

Atlantic 

Milton 

Winthrop 

Northampton . . . 

E. Boston 

Kansas 

Unknown 

■ Roxbury 

Norwood 

Boston 

Boston 

Sandwich 

Brookline 



Personal 



$ 26.70 



88.11 



2.67 



Real Es- 
tate. 


Unpaid. 


$ 1.78 




28.48 


28.48 


6.23 


6.23 


16.02 




3.56 




.4.5 


.45 


92.56 


92.56 


8.90 


8.90 


1.78 


1.78 


58.74 




16.02 


16.02 


5.34 




32.9;^ 




."iS.lS 


55.18 


51.62 




12.46 


8.90 


, 39.16 


39.16 


19.58 




4.45 


4.45 


46 28 


46.28 


53.40 


53.40 


16.02 




180.67 


180.67 


241.19 




33.82 




48.06 




35.60 




471.70 




30.26 




60.52 




53.40 




1.78 


1.78 


689.18 




14.24 


14.24 


5.34 


5.34 


52.51 


52.51 


46.28 


46.28 


80.99 


80.99 


56.07 




8.90 




5.34 




5.34 




49.84 


49.84 


3.56 


3.56 


272.34 




1.78 




.80.10 


80.10 


56.96 


56.96 


3.56 


3.56 



156 
Non-Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.^ 



Carroll, Kate A 

Carroll, Patrick J 

Carpenter, Frank M 

Carson, Walter P 

Carter, Clarence H., John C. Ken- 
nedy and Francis L. Coolidge, Trs. 

Caseidy, William F 

Caulfield, Bridget 

Chabot, Rebecca M 

Channell, Carleton J 

Chase, Francis A 

Chase, Herbert M 

Chelsea Savings Bank 

Chesbro, Albert S 

Chestnut, David, heirs 

Chisholm, Peter A 

Church, Elliott B 

Churchill, Chauncy S 

Churchill, Jos. R 

Clapp, Lois M 

Clapp, H attie F 

Clark, Leonard C 

Clark, Eleanor A.., heirs 

Clasby, Patrick J 

Clasby, John 

Claxton, Sarah E. L 

Cleaves, William H 

Cobb, Roscoe A 

Cobb, Sylvanus H 

Cobe, Alden 

Codman, Henry, heirs 

Coffey, William J 

Cohen, Abraham 

Cohen, Jacob 

Colburn, Ralph D 

Cole, Mary Ann 

Collins, Charles A 

Conant, Albert 

Coney, Sarah 

Clifton Mfg. Co 

Connelly, Martin J., heirs 

Connelly, John 

Connolly, Owen 

Connors, Daniel and Mary 

Converse, Benjamin B 

Cooper, Theresa 

Cooper, Carrie 

Corcoran, William J., estate 

Corliss, Thomas J 

Corson, Julian G 

Cotter, Annie C 

Cotter, Charlotte L., ux Henry H 

Crabtree, Catherine M 

Crocker, Henry E 

Crowell, Albert 



RESIDENCE. Personal Real Es- unpaid, 
tate. 



Boston 

Boston , 

Everett 

Charlestown 

Boston , 

Boston 

Jamaica Plain 

Boston 

Boston 

Roxbury 

iN^ewton 

Chelsea 

Unknown 

Milton 

Gloucester 

Boston 

Dedham 

Dorchester 

Stoughton 

Stoughton 

Hyde Park 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Quincy 

Brookline 

W^ashington,^. C 

Boston 

Dorchester 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Holliston 

Boston 

Wollaston 

Boston 

So. Boston 

Boston 

Roxbury 

Boston 

Boston 

Roxbury 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

So. Boston 

Boston 

Boston . . . . 

Boston 

Boston 

New Bedford 

New York City 

Boston 



% 26.70 



53.40 



f 5.34 

1.78 

31.15 

1.78 

58.74 
7.12 
4.45 
7.12 
1.78 

56.9tt 
9.79 

50.73 
8.90 

16.02 
3.56 

42.72 
206.48 

64.97 

469.92 

193.13 

8.90 

160.20 

2.67 

2.67 

99.68 
2.67 
6.23 

61.41 

3 56 

117.48 

8.01 

3.56 

37,3.^ 

1.78 

62.30 

46.28 

1.78 

85.44 

2.67 

2.67 

10.68 

7.12 

33.82 

12.46 

2.67 

10.68 

7.12 

3.56 

4.45 

28.48 

56.07 

17.80 

13.35 



56.07 
17.80 



157 
Non-Resident Tax Payers — {Continued.) 



I 



Cnimett, Newton B., Jr 

Cunane, William, heirs 

Curry, .loseph T 

Curtis, Hazen 

Curtis, Alonzo P., tr. for Jos. N. 
Curtis 

D 

Daley, Eugene 

Danforth, Charlotte E 

Darling. Willis A 

Dary, George A., tr 

Davenport, Chas. A 

Davis, John P 

Davis, Mary E 

Davis, Charles L 

Deane, Walter 

Dedham and Hyde Park Gas Co. . . . 

De Lue, George B 

De Mers, Grace M 

Dennis, Chas. & S. Geo. S. Lovejoj 

Derry, Charles T 

Dickenson, Mary Lowe 

Dillaway, William E. L 

Dilling, Susan P 

Dimmock, Joseph C 

Dimock, Elwin H 

Dizer, Xellie E., ux William H 

Dodge, Albert 

Dodge, Albert and Tyler, Benj. F. . . 

Dodge, Herbert 

Dodge, Edward W 

Doherty, Bridget 

Donaher, Bridget M 

Dooley, James F 

Donovan, Patrick C. . . . 

Dorchester Second Church 

Dorgan, Edward 

Doty, JuHaC 

Dowd, John J 

Downey, John M 

Downie, Annie H 

Doyle, Joseph 

Drake, Henrietta G 

Drake, Clifford S 

Driscoll, Sarah A , 

Dugan, Annie 

Dunkerley, Margaret M 

Dunning, Henry M 

Dyer, Mary J. and Carrie E 

E 

Eastman, Josiah, heirs 

Eaton, Luther A., heirs 



RESIDENCE. 



Dedham 

So. Groveland 

Cambridge 

Boston 

Newton 

Newton 

Unknown 

Nev? York 

Boston 

Dedham 

Webster 

Everett 

Newton 

Cambridge. 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

SomeryiUe 

Sharon 

New York, N. Y . . . 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Brookline 

Boston 

Bosto'n andH. Park 

Saundersville 

Everett 

Boston 

Milton 

Kesident 

Boston 

Dorchester 

Canton 

Unknown 

Boston 

Boston 

Unknown 

Roxbury 

Dorchester 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Dedham 

Brookline 

Unknown 

Boston 

Dedham 



Personal 



lji;i90.46 



356.00 



8.90 
75.65 



Real Es- 
tate 



^ 8.90 

16.02 

26.70 

2.67 



3.56 

56.96 

229.62 

58.74 

17.80 

31.15 

44.50 

6.23 

32.93 

62.30 

4.45 

1.78 

66.75 

32.04 

53.40 

267.00 

2.67 

7.12 

7.12 

218.94 

145.96 

2.67 
67.64 

2.67 
52.51 
64.08 
56.96 
25.81 
64.08 
51.62 

4.45 

7.12 
52.51 

3.56 
36.49 
42.72 

8.01 

1.78 

37.38 

101.46 

65.86 



55.18 
92.56 



Unpaid. 



8.90 
16.02 



56.96 
229.62 



6.23 
32.93 



218.94 



64.08 
56.96 



51.62 

7.12 

3.56 
36.49 

42.72 
8.01 

37.38 



158 
Non-Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



KESIDENCE. Personal 



Ef&e, Carmela, ux. Michael 

Elkington, Howard J 

Elliott, Lida M., ux. Walter N . .. 

Ellis, Samuel, heirs 

Elwell, Miles T 

Ensign, Elbert V 

Envoj' Associates 

Estabrook, Marcus M 

Eustis, Maria A., heirs 

Evei'ett, John 

Everett, Elizabeth M. B 

Emerson, Henrietta C, ux. E. W. . 
Everson, E. W. & Co 

Farwell, James E., heirs 

Feeley, Mary Jane 

Eagan, Thomas 

Fein, Christopher 

Fellowes Athenteum, Trustee of . . 

Ferguson, Mary I 

Ferris, Lynda R.ifeD.Blakely Hoar tr. 
Field, Thomas, G. heirs. 

Fisher, George A 

Fisher, Alice M., ux. Edwin 

Fisher, Harriet A 

Flagg, Dennis F., heirs 

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

Co., lessees .' 

Flagg, Ernest D 

Fleischman Yeast Co 

Fleming, Honorah 

Folsom, Albina D 

Folsom, Chas. E 

Forbes, J. Malcolm 

Forbush, Clara F 

Ford, Horace N 

Foster, Susan S 

Foster, John C, Jr 

Foster, Evelyn iVI., ux. Alfred D. . . 

Foster, George M 

Fowle, George W 

Fowler, Isabel BI 

Freeman, Chas. T 

Frost, Fannie M 

Frost, Lois F., ux. Charles B 

Furdon, Margaret, heirs . . .' 

G. 

Gaflield, Thomas 

Gaffney, Lena R., ux. Patrick H. . . 

Gallagher, Daniel F 

Gardiner, Alice A., ux. Leander F. 



Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Medfield 

Boston 

Leominster 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Canton 

Dedham 

Providence, R. I 
Providence, R. I 



Boston 

Roxbury 

Boston 

Boston 

Roxbury 

Unknown 

Boston 

So. Kingston, 

H 

Boston 

Unknown 

Boston 

Boston ...... 



Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Roslindale 

Chelsea 

Boston 

Milton 

Boston 

Boston 

Roxburj' 

Roxbury 

Milton 

Dorchester 

Jamaica Plain . . . . 

Boston 

Boston 

E. Tilton, N. H... 

Medford 

Dedham 



Norwell . . . 
Milford. . . , 
Lynn . . . . 
Dorchester 



Real Es- Unpaid. 



$267.00 



8.90 



32.04 



$ 6.23 

67.64 

8.01 

53.40 

46.28 

61.41 

26.81 

2.67 

122.82 

112.14 

40.05 

8.90 



8.90 
2.67 
3.56 
25.81 
40.94 
40.05 
84 55 

20.47 
5.34 

12.46 

7.12 

142.40 

427.20 
34.71 

2.67 

48.06 

51.62 

5.34 

37..38 

3.56 

2.67 

6.23 

9.79 

2.67 

55.18 

55.18 

85.44 

69.42 

1.78 

33.82 



12.46 

7.12 

15.13 

2.67 



• 159 
Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued. ) 



Gargan, Thomas J 

Gary, Frank E. H., tr 

Gateley, Edward 

Gay, Kichard L 

Gay, Daisy E 

Gibbons, John 

Gilcreas. John I 

Giles, Elbridge W., heirs 

Gill, Dominick 

GiUette, Sanford E 

Girdler, John L ..... 

Glover & Willcomb 

Golden Wire Cord Co 

Goldsmith, Emma F 

Goldsmith, Benj. H 

Goldsmith, Isaac X 

Goodwin, Edward L., Adrnr. Est. of 

H. W. Sisco 

Gordon, Stella H 

Gordon, "Walter D 

Gould, Lizzie L., ux. George L . . 

Gould, George L 

Graf, Emil 

Graulee, James F 

Gray, Thomas H 

Gorham, Matthew J 

Grover, Henry A 

Greenhood, Benj. H 

Greenhood, Mary 

Greenwood, Albert, heirs 

Griffin, Theodore H 

Grimes, Thomas B 

Guild, Eose E 

Gunn, John and Sarah 

Gunn, John . 

Guniey, Ansel F., heirs 

H 

Hail, George, heirs 

Hale, Lizzie E 

Hale, David, estate 

Hale, David, estate 

Hall, Fred S 

Hall, L. Wallace 

Hamblen, Maria G 

Hammond. Joseph B 

Handy, Seth N 

Hannum, F. W 

Hapgood, Sdlome H 

Harmon, William E 

Harmon, Jennie May 

Harney, Laura S 

Harraden, Elbridge G 

Hartshorn, Jas. A ' 

Hartwell, Abbie L. 

Harwell, Elisha, trustee 



Boston 

Boston 

Newton 

Boston 

Farmington, Me 

Sharon 

So. Boston.... 

Somerville 

Dedham .... 

Boston 

Bleford 

Boston 

Hyde Park 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Florida 

Milton 

Milton 

Maiden 

Maiden ' 

Boston 

Boston 

Walpole 

Seattle, Wash.. 

Boston 

Dedham 

Dedham 

E. Jordan, Mich 

Newton 

Boston 

Norwood 

Whitiiisville . . . 
Whitinsville . .. 
Boston • 

Philadelphia . . . 

Mansfield 

Boston 

Boston 

Taunton 

Boston 

Roslindale 

New York 

Cotuit 

Hartford, Ct... 

Boston 

Lexington 

Lynn 

Melrose , 

So. Boston . . . . , 

Norwood 

Bedford 

Rockland 



Personal *5^^ ^S" Unpaid. 
tale. 



$338.20 



12.46 



160.20 



% 89.00 

106.80 

173.55 

48.06 

58.40 

52.51 

8.01 

57.85 

3.56 

2.67 

42.72 

863.30 

115.70 

46.28 

10.68 

1.78 



6.23 

6.23 

13.35 

8.90 

1.78 

6.23 

208.26 

4.45 

1.78 

22.25 

59.63 

97.90 

121.04 

13.35 

21.36 

10.68 

10.68 

62.30 



440.55 
54.29 
62.30 

5.34 
14 24 
21.36 
31.15 
48.06 

7.12 

12.46 

17.80 

112.14 

3.56 

8.01 
24.03 

1.78 

67.64 

156.64 



$89.00 



46.28 
10.6S 



4.45 

22.25 



97.90 
97.90 



21.36 



8.90 



8.01 



i6o 
Non-Resident Tax Payers — {Continued.) 



Hassam, Boswell H 

Hattinger, Marie 

Hawes, W. L 

Hawes, Isabella ux. Samuel F. .. . 

Hayden, Ada T 

Hayden, John E. V 

Haynes, CO., heirs 

Haywood, Harry 

Heath, Elmer H 

Healey, A. Augustus , . . 

Hemenway, Augustus 

Hennessey, William J 

Hennessey, Michael . . . ■ 

Henry, David 

Hickey, Margery A 

Hidden, Willis L 

HefFner, Mary 

Higgins, Florinda B 

Hiii; Charles E 

Hilton, G. Arthur 

Hodges, Samuel. . . 

Hodges, Joseph F., heirs 

Hodgkins, Annie M 

Hodgson, Gertrude R 

Hogardt, Eliza 

Holmes, Cora R 

Holmes, Clarissa 

Holmes, Margaret R 

Hosford, John T 

Houghton, Richard 

Hoyle, Kate L. S., ux. Irving J. 
Howe, Elizabeth H., ux. J. Murray 

Howes, Eliza 

Hugo, Jennie 

Hunt. Wallace L 

Huntington, Harriet M. 

Hurd, Joseph A 

Hussey, Peter M , 

Hyman, Carrie, ux. Jacob 

J 

Jackson, Caroline, heirs 

Jaquith, Andrew, heirs 

Jenifer, John T 

Jenkins, Arthur H 

Jenney, Mary F 

Jennison, Chas. S 

Jewell, Albert L , 

Johnson, Albion H 

Johnson, Edward A 

Johnson, John M. . 

Johnson. Jane A 

Jones, Aaron F 

Jones, Susan T., heirs 



Manchester, N 
Jamaica Plain.. . 

Wakefield 

Boston 

Milton 

Milton 

Dedham 

Wakefield 

Boston 

Brooklyn, N.Y.. 

Canton 

Boston 

Unknown 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Northfield 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

New York, IsT. Y 

Wakefield 

Boston 

E. Boston 

Boston 

Provincetown . . . 

Walpole 

Boston 

Boston ....*.... 

Maiden 

Milton 

Quincy 

Boston 

Canton 

Newton, 
Salem. . 
Quincy . 
Boston . 



H. 



N. J. 



Dorchester. . . . 

Beverly 

Baltimore, Md. 

Canipello 

So. Boston . . .. 

Unknown 

Boston 

Roslindale 

Boston 

Boston 

Mattapan 

E. Douglas . . . . 
Mattapan 



Personal 



% 8.90 



Real Es- 
tate. 



$75.65 

7.12 

26.70 

5.34 

6.5.86 

72.98 

2.67 

2.67 

92.56 
320.40 
61.41 
2H.70 
24.03 
241.19 
49.84 

1.78 

109.47 

39.16 

67.64 

5.34 

169.99 

53.40 

64.97 

5.34 
20.47 
65.86 
27.59 
35.60 

5.34 
51.62 

7.12 
64.08 
21.36 
10.68 
80.10 
115.70 
56.07 
36.49 



84.55 
48.06 
48.06 
70.31 

5.34 
53.40 
18.69 

3.56 
97.90 
11.57 

1.78 
54.29 
37.38 



i6i 



Non-Resident Tax Payers — {Continued.) 



Jones, Jessie P 

Jones, ChasH., Jr., tr. 

Jordan, Edw. W 

Joy, Mary Kingsley... 

Judd, Mary E 

Juergens, Frederick. 



Kaulback, John D 

Kaidback, Joshua L 

Kazar, John H 

Kazar, Jessie I 

Keay, Freeman L 

Keenan, Mary T 

Keene, Nahum, heirs. . . . 

Keith, Constance S 

Kelle, Louis H 

Kellogg, James N. . . ; . . . 

Kellogg, Henry 

Kalley, Neil 

Kelley, Mary J 

Kennedy, Emily R 

Kenney, Mary F 

Kenyon, Thomas 

Kessler, Eva M 

Kililer. Philemone 

Kililer, Louis 

Killam.Chas. W 

Kimball, George A 

Kimball, H. C, heirs- . . . 

Kimball, George H 

King, Alfred W 

Klous, Seman 

Knight, Adelbert C. . 
Knowlton, Frederick W. 

Koelble, Catherine 

Kruiger, Louis J 



I>. 



RESIDENCE. 



Johnson, Elizabeth A Boston 



Hyde Park. . 
Charlestown 
Roslindale . . 
Bridgewater , 
Troy, N. Y 
Roslindale . . 



Personal 



Real Es- 
tate. 



Lake, Elmer O 

Lancaster, Edward M 

Lanthier, Alexander 

Lantz, Walter W 

Larrson, Peter 

Lawler, Emma G 

Leatherbee, Andrew F 

Lee, George W. , est. tr. 

Lee, George S., trustee for Norfolk 

& Suffolk R. E. Co 

Leslie, Georgianna S 

Leonard, Katherine M 

Leonard, D. Ambrose, heirs 

Leonard, Alton W 



Roxbury 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Dedham 

Boston 

Boston 

Everett 

Boston 

Charlestown . . . 

Dedham 

Boston 

Roxbury 

Boston. 

Beachmont . . . . 

Roslindale 

Roslindale 

Boston 

Cambridgeport. 

Brookline 

Cambridgeport . 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Foxcroft, Me . . . 

Roslindale 

Jamaica Plain . 



Vermont , 
Boston. . 
Boston . . 
Boston . 
Dedham 
Boston . . 
Boston. . , 
Revere . . 



^267.00 



489.50 



Bqston. . . 
Milton . . . 
Boston . . . 
Boston. . . 
Brockton 



7.12 
3L1.5 

7.12 

3.56 
72.09 

7.12 
17.80 



1.78 

4.45 

55.18 

48.0fi 

6.23 

6.23 

17.80 

6.34 

4.45 

42.72 

25.81 

2.67 

40.05 

2.67 

4'.45 

249.20 

37.38 

67.64 

51.62 

6.23 

14.24 

94.;J4 

19.. 58 

1.78 

605.20 

7.12 

26.70 

1.78 

1.78 



86.33 
53.40 
1.78 
3.56 
62.30 
10.68 
86.33 
32.04 

12.39.77 

126.38 

172.66 

196.69 

23.14 



Unpaid. 



7.12 
3.56 



7.12 
17.80 



4.45 

42.72 



40.05 



67.64 
51.62 



19..58 
1.78 



26.70 
1.78 



1.78 

10.68 
32.04 



172.66 
196.69 
' 23.14 



l62 



Non-Resident Tax Payers — ( CoJitinued.) 



RESIDENCE. 



Leveen, Bertha 

Lewis, Madeline S 

Libbey, Hebron A 

Lincoln, John C 

Lincoln, John C.,aud W. U. and C. 

N. Fairbain 

Lindsay, Mary B 

Lindjijard, James 

Litchfield, Chas. A 

Litchfield, Henry, adm 

Litchfield, George A 

Litchfield, Everett S 

Little, James L., estate 

Lockhart, Maggie F 

Lockhart, Eliza 

Look, Jeremiah P 

Loney, Helen E., ux. Wm. J 

Lord, Ella S 

Lothrop. Francis E 

Loud. John J., Sarah M., Anna F. 

and Alice L, B. French 

Loud, Emily V 

Loud, Martha B 

Luker, Grace Adams 

Lynch, William 

Lyons, Thomas H 



M 



Mackintosh, Joseph P 

Mackintosh, James . . . . 

Mackrille, Harriet 

Macy, William F 

Maddigan, Thomas H. and Mary J. 

Maddigaii, Thomas J 

Magee, Frank 

Manchaug Co., R. Knight 

Manchaug Co 

Manley, Mary E 

Marchette, A. and Go 

Marcy, Elizabeth 

Margeron, Isabella, and Arthur Mc- 
Arthur and Francis A. Osgood, 
assignees 

Martin, Albert E 

Martin, Fernand A 

Matthews, William A 

Matthews, William A., tr 

Mayberry, Cyrus C 

Maynard, George H 

Mayo, Mary 

McAskill, Annie 

McCall, Bridget 

McCloskey, Joseph A 



Chelsea 

Maiden 

Boston 

Rochester 

Hyde Park 

Roxbury 

Everett 

Norwell 

Plymouth 

Wollaston 

Brookline 

Boston 

Boston 

Canning, N. S. . . , 
New Vineyard, Me 

Boston . . .. 

Dorchester 

Boston , 

Weymouth 

Weymouth , 

Weymouth 

Boston 

Roxbury 

Roxbury 



Boston 

Unknown 

New Haven, Ct. . 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Winchester .... 

Prov. R. I 

Prov. R. I 

Revere 

Boston 

Newton U. Falls 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Brookline 

Waltham 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Boston 

Boston 



Personal Real Es- unpaid. 

tate. 



$ 5.3 
67.64 

17.80 
178.00 

30.26 

29.37 

6.23 

69.42 

47.17 

106.80 

46.28 

97.01 

2.67 

4.45 

1.78 

1.78 

3.. 56 

62.30 

280.35 

93.45 

105.02 

10".(>9 

lO.iiS 

1.78 



5..^4 
147.74 
30.26 
33.82 
43.61 
47.17 
26.70 
1611.79 
74.76 
35.60 

5.34 



32.04 
3.56 
3.56 

45.39 

246.53 

8.90 

71.20 
1.7>^ 

27.59 
1.78 

17.80 



i63 
Non-Resident Tax Payers — {Continued.^ 



McCuUough, David. 

McDonald, James H 

McDougald, Archibald 

McDuffie, Heury C 

McFarland, James and Charles . . 

McFarland, James B., heirs 

McGrath, Emma A 

McGrath, Frederick 

McGninness, Jane 

McHugh, John 

Mclntyre, Harriet F 

McKelvey, Frank 

McKenna, Kev. John 

McLaughlin, Daniel 

McLaughUn, Daniel 

McMillan, Barbara 

McMahon, Ellen 

McQuaid, Catherine 

McShane, Annie J., ux. Wm. F.. 

McSorley, Michael 

McSorley, Eleanor J 

McSwain, Ewen 

McWhinney, Eobert F 

Mertz, Mattie E 

Mej'er, Augusta and Josephine. . . 

Millar, Alexander 

Miller, Henry 

Miller, William J 

Miller, Sarah J 

Miller, Susan, heirs 

Miller, Kate 

Milne, George ; 

Mitchell, Marcus R 

Mitchell, Guy W 

Moir, Florence L 

Monahan, James, heirs 

Moody, Benj. A 

Moore, Alice K . 

Moore, Rebecca H 

Moore, Hannah, ux. Thomas F . . 

Morgan, Daniel 

Moriarty, William H 

Morrill, Mabel E 

Morrill, Thomas B 

Morris. Arthur 

Morse, E. J. W., heirs , 

Morse, George W 

Morse, Clara R 

Morton, Joseph, heirs 

Moseley, Frederick C 

Mosher, Mattie F 

Moulton, Edward E 

Moulton, George V 

Moylan, Patrick 

Moynahan, Jeremiah G. S 



RESIDENCE. 



Personal 



Jamaica Plain . . 

Boston ,. 

Nova Scotia. . . . 
BeUows Falls, Vt. . 

Wollaston 

Woburn 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Roxbury 

Ne^yton 

Beachmont 

Lowell 

Unknown 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Maltapan 

Everett ... 

Dedham 

Dedham 

Milton 

Monadnock 

Boston 

Roxbury 

PlainviUe, N. J... 

Dedham 

Jamaica Plain. . . 

Roxbury 

Unknown 

Boston ' , . . 

Boston 

Rockland, Me 

Roslindale 

E. Somerville . . . 

Worcester 

Boston 

Newton 

Roxbury 

Milton 

Roslindale 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

No. Easton 

Newtonville .... 

Newtonville 

Milton 

Boston 

Boston 

Jamaica Plain. . . 

Boston 

So. Boston 

Boston 



Real Es- 
tate 



$ 1.78 

5.34 

5.34 

1.78 

6.23 

28.48 

3.56 

16.02 

19.58 

3.56 

57.85 

4.45 

64: 08 

72.98 

2.67 

47.17 

40.94 

2.67 

1.78 

52.51 

53,40 

56.96 

1.78 

67.64 

3.56 

67.64 

21.36 

4.45 

37.38 

42.72 

L78 

2.67 

1.78 

159.31 

48.06 

30.26 

3.56 

16.02 

1.78 

12.46 

1.78 

39.16 

4.45 

51.62 

5.34 

6.23 

70.31 

331.97 

62.30 

33.82 

2.67 

210.04 

2.6T 

8.01 

3.56 



Unpaid. 



\ 6.23 
3.5(> 
8.90 

4.45 

72.98 
2.67 



2.67 
1.78 



1.78 
3.56 



1.78 
2.67 



159.31 
3.56 



4.45 
51,62 



210.04 
2.6T 



3.56 



164 

Non-Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



Moyne, Edward H 

Mulrey, Annie J . 

Mulrej, Delia E 

Mulrey, Mary 

Munroe, C. W 

Munroe, Jane 

Murdock, William E 

Murphy, Alice 

Murray, Rachael 

Myers, Rachel, Sarah, 

and Louise 

Murray, Jennie L 



Rebecca 



Nelson, E. B. & Co 

Nesson, Israel 

NewEn^landR.R. Co., NT. Y., N. H. 
& H. R, R Co., lessees 

New England Trotting Horse Breed- 
ing Association 

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

New York, New Haven & Hartford 
R. R. Co 

Nichols, Elizabeth E 

Niles, Louville V 

Nolan, James 

Norcross, Wm. C, Abraham A. 
Elston and John E. Parry... 



RESIDENCE. Personal Real Es- unpaid, 
tate. 



Norton, Fred L. . . 
Nourse, George H. 



O 

Oakes, Nellie M. , ux. Edward H. . 
Old Colony R R. Co., N. Y. N. H. 

& H. R. R. Co., lessees 

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

&P. R.R. Co 

O'Connor, Kate 

O'Connor, Margaret 

O'Hearn, Daniel 

O'Keefe, Thomas 

O'Neil, Sarah F 

Osgood, Mary H 

Osgood, Mary A 

Oxton, Maria 

P 

Page, J ames H 

Page, Kate C, ux. Charles J 

Page, Lola B 



Albany, N. Y . 

Boston 

Jarnaica Plain. 

Boston 

E. Cambridge. 

Boston 

Boston 

Mattapan 

Unknown 



Boston 
Boston 



Hyde Park. 
Cambridge . 



Boston . 
Boston 
Boston. 



32.04 



Boston.. . 
New York . 
Somerville . 
Boston . . . . 



Wellesley, Somer- 
ville and Cam- 
bridge 

Unknown 

W. Roxbury 



Unknown. 
Boston . . 



Boston 

Phillipsburg, N. 

Boston 

Brookline 

So. Boston 

Boston 

Brattleboro, Vt. 

Unknown 

Milton 



8.90 



Boston . . . 
Boston . . . 
Wollaston 



$ 3.56 
1.78 
1.78 
1.7H 
8.90 
1.T8 

142.40 
1.78 
1.78 

26 70 
36.49 



36.49 

392.49 

671.06 

1, 2.54.90 

88.27 

135.28 

58.74 

1.78 



3.56 
31.15 
26.70 



42.72 

1,990.04 

2,601.47 

137.95 

2.67 

1.78 

21.36 

69.42 

75.65 

23.14 

64.08 



22.25 
40.94 
41.83 



' i65 
Non-Resident Tax Payers — {Contimied) 



RESIDENCE. 



Personal 



Real Es- 
tate. 



Unpaid. 



Park, Elizabeth, heirs 

Park, Anna M 

Parker, Benj W 

Parker, Maynard W 

Parker, Edmund M., tr 

Parker, Samuel D 

Parkhurst, Leonard W 

Parkin, Robert 

Parsons, Fannie M 

Partridge, Cornelia A 

Partridge, Helen D 

Penny, John J. Jr 

Perekszlia, Adomas and Frank 
Lanezka 

Perry, Arthur L 

Perry, Isaiah F 

Peterson, Louisa 

Pette, OtisT 

Pevey, Franklin M., estate 

Pfaff, Anna 

Philbrick, William B 

Philbrick, John D , 

Pierce, Mary A». 

Pierce, Frank H 

Pineault, Joseph 

Pineo, J. Henry 

Pinkham, Walter S 

Pinkham, Walter S., Samuel T 
Elhott, Everett S. Litchfield, Trus- 
tees, Readville Homestead Asso- 
ciation, 

Piper, Abbie F 

Piper, Sarah M 

Polack, Isaac L 

Pollard, Cath. L 

Pollock, Susan T 

Poore, Harrison H 

Poore, Hiram R 

Poore, George W 

Poore, Mary L 

Poore, Mary C 

Port er, A. Wallace 

Powderly, Patrick 

Powers. Arthur F 

Pratt, Isaac, Jr., estate 

Pratt, Laban 

Prescott, Henry Elden 

Prescott, John W., heirs 

Prior, Alfred M., and Walter A. 
Dixon 



Q 



Quigley, Mary A 

Quincy Savings Bank. 



Woburn 

Framingham. . . 

Brookline 

Pittsfield 

Cambridge 

Milton 

Hyde Park 

Boston 

Amherst, Mass. , 

Boston 

Peabody 

Newton 



Unknown 

Milton 

Koxbury 

Boston 

Newton U. Falls . 
Wilton, N. H... 

Boston 

Boston. .' 

So. Boston 

Dorchester 

Boston 

Unknown 

Brookline 

Boston 



$26.70 



B.istori 

Maiden 

Unknown . . . . 
Cambridge. . . 
Brookline. . . . 
Windsor, Vt. 

Boston 

W. Newbury. 
Unknown . . . . 

Boston 

Medford 

Wollaston. . . . 

Boston 

Dorchester. . 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 



Boston. 



Boston. 
Quincy. 



$ 8.56 

50.73 

71.20 

7.12 

8.90 

106.80 

56.96 

33.82 

587.40 

267.00 

73.87 

3.56 

7.12 

2.67 
48.95 

8.90 
36.49 
56.9(1 
27.59 

8.01 

35.60 

137.06 

23.14 

3. ,56 
67.64 



558.92 
53.40 
79.21 

1.78 
38.27 
10.68 
55.18 
45.39 

2.67 
10.68 
64.08 
12.46 

1.78 

3.56 

205.59 

71.20 

36.49 

37.38 

44.50 



3.5fi 
225.17 



$ 3.56 
50.73 



106.80 
66.96 



587.40 
267.00 



7.12 



56.96 



23.14 

3.56 
67.64 



558.92 



1.78 

10.68 
55.18 
45.39 
2.67 
10.68 

12.48 



37.38 



i66 
Non-Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



R 

Randall, John F '. 

Randall, Clias. E 

Randolph, Annie F 

Raymond, Artemus S 

Raymond, Mary, ux. A. S 

Raymond, Carrie W 

Raymond, Carrie W. and Mary . . 

Reddie, Isaac H 

Reddy, Thomas F 

Reed, Horace 

Renteman, Charles 

Reynolds, Lucy A 

Rhodes, Wallace M 

Rice, George M., estate 

Rice, William B 

Rich, Melissa E., ux. Albion P 

Rich, Harriet L 

Richards, Wm. R. and Elsie B 

Richardson, Thomas S 

Richards, Fannie M 

Richardson, Alonzo H., Jr 

Richardson, Ella A 

Ridley, Edith H 

Riga, Elida S 

Risk, William W 

Risk, Mary J 

Roberts, Sarah A. E 

Roberts, J. W., Wm. Wragg, 
receiver 

Roberts, Francis R 

Robinson, Sarah A. K 

Robinson, George N 

Robinson, Albert E 

Rockwell, Hetty Ann 

Rodgers, Mary E 

Rogers, Abraham T 

Rogers, Harlow H., tax title holder 

Rogers, De Witt C. and Sophia J. . 

Rogers, Gorham and E. B. Rey- 
nolds, trs 

Roman Catholic, Archbishop of . . . . 

Ronald, Rose M 

Rooney, Katherine H. 

Rooney, .John A 

Rooney, Elizabeth 

Rose, Clarence W 

Ross, Joseph 

Ross, Jane M 

Roundy, William E 

Rowell, Henry A., estate 

Rowley, Maggie B 

Ruggles, Henry E 

Russell, Rev. Francis G 



KESIDENCB. 



Bridgewater . . 

Wakefield 

Boston 

Dedham 

Dedham 

Boston ....... 

E. Boston 

Charlestown. . . 

Boston 

Whitman 

Unknown 

Boston 

Boston 

Quincy 

Quincy 

Dorchester 

Dighton , 

Boston 

Boston 

Dedham 

Mansfield 

Mansfield .... 
Philadelphia . . 
Springfield. . . . 
Boston.. . , . . . . 
Hyde Park.^ . 
Boston 

Hyde Park . . . 

Boston 

Unknown 

Milton 

Charlestown. . . 

Unknown 

California. ... 

Boston 

Brookline. 

Unknown 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

West Roxbury 
West Roxbury 

Unknown 

Unknown 

Ipswich. 

Somerville 

Unknown 

Boston 

E. Walpole. . . . 

Franklin 

So. Boston 



Personal 



35.44 



32.93 



Real Es- 
tate 



I 1.78 

44.50 

3.56 

359.56 

76.54 

30.26 

22.25 

.89 

155.75 

58. 7^^ 

4.45 

95.23 

58.74 

161.98 

50.73 

2.67 

76.54 

399.61 
33.82 
34.71 
45.39 
48.06 
38.27 
5.34 
79.21 

165.54 
92.56 



23.14 

90.78 

26.70 

8.01 

8.90 

52.51 

32.04 

148.63 

65.86 

45.39 

142.40 

9.79 

177.11 

36.49 

2.67 

56.96 

5.34 

173.55 

33.82 

53.40 

1.78 

48.06 

53.40 



167 
Non-Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



Eussell, Lizzie C 

Eyan, William B 

Ryder, Margaret J., heirs. 



Saco & Biddeford Savings Institu- 
tion 

Safety Fund National Bank 

Safiord, Nathaniel M 

Sale Ephraim 

Sanford, Oliver S 

Sawtelle, Willard H. and Frank W. 

Sawtelle, F. W. & Co 

Sawyer, Samuel R 

Scaife, Helen A 

Schroater, Frederick 

Scott, George C 

Scrivens, J oseph 

Scrivens, Emily M 

Sears, Francis P 

Sea ver, Jacob "W 

Severance, Carrie L 

Seaverns, Granville S., heirs 

Sharp, J. C., heirs 

Sharp, W. C '. 

Shaughnessey, Jas. C. 

Shepard, John 

Shepard, Otis A 

Shurtleff, Sarah A 

Sibley, Ella A 

Silva, Frank W 

Silver, Samuel C 

Simmons, John 

Simmons, Walter E 

Sinclair, Alfred P 

Singer Mfg. Co 

Skinner, Frederick . . 

Slafter, Rebecca B., heirs 

Slafter, Chas. S., heirs 

Smith, Orlando A., heirs 

Smith, Maria A 

Smith, John W 

Smith, Alfred C 

Smith, Lucy E., ux. Jno. W 

Smith, John and Ann 

Smith, Ann 

Smith, Clarence B 

Smith, Chas. F 

Snow. Annie C 

Soley, Sarah J 

Sorel , Arthur C. F 

Spencer, Walter A 

Spiller, Josie C 



RESIDENCE. Personal Real Es- 
tate. 



Unknown 
Boston . . 
Boston. . . 



Biddeford, Me 

Fitchburg 

Milton 

Charlestown 

Wellesley 

Dedham 

Dedham 

Boston 

Boston 

Unknown 

Boston 

AYoburn 

Woburn 

Waltham 

Boston 

Brandon, Vt 

Koslindale 

Dorchester 

Dorchester 

Nahant 

Boston 

Brookline 

Boston ... 

Boston 

Providence, R. I. . 

Boston 

Boston 

Quincy 

Arlington 

Boston 

Boston 

Dedham 

Brownsville, Vt. , 
New York, N. Y 

Barre . . . 

Hyde Park 

Dedham , 

Boston 

Beverly 

Beverly 

Boston 

oston 

'Dorchester 

Chelsea 

Newton. 

Boston 

Wellesley 



% 73.87 



3.56 



f 47.17 

127.27 

44.50 



60.52 
53.40 
81.88 
15.13 
194.02 
154.86 

12.46 
14.24 
24.92 

5.34 
28.48 
40.94 
10.68 

8.01 
32.93 
21.36 

1.78 

1.78 

4 45 

284.80 

32.04 

33.82 

103.24 

3.56 
16.02 
48.06 

8.90 
30.26 

14.24 

253.65 

44 50 

5..34 
75.65 
57.85 
48.06 
52.51 
.•!3.82 
22.25 
55.18 
71.20 

6.23 
57.83 
16.91 

7.12 
54.29 



Unpaid. 



P 47.17 

127.27 

44.50 



194.02 



24.92 



48.06 



253.65 



48.06 
52.51 
33.82 
22.25 



16.91 

7.12 

54.29 



i68 
Non-Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



Spittell Audrey, C 

Sprague, Henry B. , and George E. 

Nugent 

Springer, George H . 

Springfield, Nathaniel, heirs 

Sproule, Nettie E 

Stanley, Phoebe 

Stanley, James 

Stark, John H., heirs 

Starkweather, Ella A 

Stetson, Ellen F 

Stevens, Chas., heirs 

Stocker, Frederick, adni., estate of 

Jos. W. Esterbrook . . 

Stockwell, J . A 

Stoddard, Hatherly A 

Stoddard, Granville M 

Stoddard, Arthur C, and Fred A. 

Grouse 

Stone, Harry R 

Storey, William H 

Stoughton Co-operative Bank 

Strangman, Harry W 

Streeter, Cath W 

Strout, Erastus B., and Martin V. 



B 



Stubbs, Salome N 

Suffolk Co-operative Bank 

Sullivan, Margaret 

Sullivan, Michael F., John Quinn, 

Jr., and John J. Donovan 

Swift, Emily H 

Swift, Leon S 

Swift, W. Leslie 

Sykes. Louise, heirs 



Talbot, Dudley 

Talbot, Dudley and J. B. L. Bartlett 
Tasker, Eli B. and Chas. S. Prescott 

Taylor, George W 

Taylor, George W 

Taylor, Frederick A 

Tewksbury, Francis W 



Thayer, Augusta H - 

Thayer, Louise T. C ux. Wm. H. . 

Thayer, John E. and Bayard 

Thompson, W. N. and C. S ■ 

Thompson, Mary A 

Thompson, Robert , 

Thompson, Edward J., heirs 



RESIDENCE. Personal „ , _ UnpHid. 



Sharpsburg, Pa. . . . 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Everett 

Roslindale 

Roslindale 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Marlboro 

Unknown 

Stoneham 

Salem 

Dedham 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Stoughton 

Dorchester 

Unknown 

Chelsea and Hyde 

Park ^ 

Lewiston, MeT 

Boston . 

So. Boston 

Boston 

Everett 

Everett 

Boston 

Brookline 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston . . . . 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

No. Dunbarton, N. 

H 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Brockton 

Dorchester .... 

Gardiner, Me 

Boston 



^ 71.20 



21.36 



Estate. 



1.78 

17.80 

40.05 

5.3-4 

17. «0 

10.68 

5.34 

5.34 

2.67 

21.36 

75.66 

24.92 
3..n6 

49.84 
38.27 

16.02 

50.73 

83.66 

1.78 

40.94 



82.77 
1.78 

78.32 
5.34 

16.02 
31.15 
89.00 
40.94 

46.28 



20,47 
103.24 
192.24 
104,13 

14.24 
3.56 

58.74 

76.54 

6.23 

2.67 

6.23 

83.66 

6.23 



169 
NoN Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



Thurston, Philander 

Tibbetts, Ernest C, heirs 

Tileston & Hollingsworth Co 

Tilley, Chas. M .... 

Tirreil, Caroline 

Tirrell, George E 

Topham, Francis H 

Todd, Henry, Jr 

Towan, William P 

Tower, saac H., heirs 

Tower. Annie T. and Annie T, 

Tarbell 

Towle, Loven D 

Townsend, Orlando C 

Townsend & Kelly 

Trafton, Nathaniel H 

Trangott, Sarah H 

Trescott. Ebenezer, heirs 

Trevathan, William 

Trotter, Virginia 

Trowbridge, Benj. F 

Tucker, James 

Tucker, Mrs. Mary T 

Turnbiill, Flora 

Turner, Miss Abby 

Turner, Chas. A 

Turner, William H., heirs 

Turner, Edward C 

Townsend, B. J. and D. N 

Tyler, Henry H 

Twitchell, Chas. M . A 

Tyndale, Theo. H 

II 

Utley, Joseph 

V 

Van Derlip, V7illard C 

Van Ulm, Hyman 

Van Ulm, John 

Veazie, Emma F 

Viles, Frank T 

Vinal, Henry S 

Vinson, Willard 

Vose, Ellen F 

Vose, Hattie M 

Vose, Jessie 

Vose, Joshua, heirs 

W 

VTade, John R 

Wadsworth, Nellie B 



RESIDENCE. Personal ^eal Es Unpaid- 



Enfield 

Mansfield 

Boston 

San Antonio, Tex. 

Boston . . . . 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

P. E. Island 

Dedham 

Dedham 

Boston 

Boston . . . • 

Boston 

Boston 

Brockton 

New York, N. Y.. 

Boston 

Boston 

Everett 

Milton 

Milton 

>P. E. Island 

Duxbury 

Ashcroft 

W. Peterboro, N. H 

Arlington 

Somerville 

Unknown 

Somerville 

Weymouth 

Roxbury 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Quincy 

Boston 

Scituate 

Boston 

Milton 

Milton 

Milton 

Milton 

Quincy 

Unknown 



$3560.00 



5.34 



80.10 

3.5(1 

1.78 

48.06 

7.12 

48.06 

51.62 

18.69 

18.69 

19.58 

160.20 



54.29 
63 19 



$40.94 




26.70 


% 26.7G 


3473.67 




67.64 




40.94 




59.63 




7.12 


7.12 


2.67 




17.80 


17.80 


115.70 




29.37 




26.70 


26.701 


5. .34 




135.28 


135.28 


1.78 




8.01 


8.01 


1.78 


1.78 


1.78 


1.78 


234.07 


234.07 


8.90 


8.901 


99.68 




101.46 




I.7.S 


1.78 


7.12 




26.70 




80.10 




80.10 




64.97 


64.97 


73.87 




72.98 


72.98 


123.71 


123.71 



80.10 

7.12 
51.62 



63. tS 



170 
Non-Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



KE8IDBNCE. Personal RealEs- Unpaid. 



Walker, Clifton E 

Walker, Martha A 

Wall, Bertha 

Walsh, John R 

Ward, Hannah L 

Ward, Patrick J 

Wares, Phoebe D 

Warren, Edwin F 

Warren, Joseph 

Washburn, Geo. F 

Washburn. Thos. G 

Watson, Paul Barron 

Welch, Willard 

Way, C. Granville 

Webber, Gushing, heirs 

Webber, Emma Co., ux. Edward H 

Webster, Stephen, heirs I 

Webster, Andrew G. and Arthur 

Reed, trustees 

Welch, James 

Welch, Patrick 

Wells, Fannie B. and James C . . . . 

Welsh, Willard 

Wentworth Sarah .T 

West, Isora L 

Weymouth Savings Bank 

Wheaton, Georgia A 

Wheeler, A sa B 

Whitcher, Martin L., heirs 

Whitcher, Marston & Wells 

White, Charles G 

White, Georgianna 

White, Edward F 

White, Howard 

White, John D., heirs 

Whitford, George H 

Whiting, Sarah Morse 

Whiting, Sarah M. and Elizabeth 

FT. Howe 

Whiting, Alvan 

Whiting, Joseph, heirs 

Whitney. Albert H 

Whitney, Nathan 

Whittier, Isabelle and Harriet C.- 

Whittier. Albert R 

White Sewing Machine Co. 

Wiggin, Mary E 

Wight, Lawrence T 

White, Katherine S 

Wilder, Fannie L 

Willett, Joseph 

Williams, William H 

Williams, Mary M 

Wolcott, J. Huntington, heirs. . . . 



E. Dedham 

Cambridge... .. 

Boston 

Somerville 

Boston 

Stoughton 

Dorchester 

Boston 

Boston 

Westwood 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Brookline 

Boston 

Somerville 

Boston 

Boston 

So. Boston 

Dorchester 

Dorchester 

Boston 

Chelsea 

Boston 

Weymouth , 

Boston 

Medfield ^ 

Mass. and Montana 
Mass. and Montana 

M Iton 

Cambridge 

Boston 

Beaver City, Neb. 

Boston 

Waltham . 

Milton 

Milton 

Hudson 

Dedham 

Mattapan 

Bennington, N. H 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Durham, N. H. 

Reading 

Boston 

Newton, N. H. . . 

I^eedham 

Boston 

Boston 

Milton 



$3.56 



} 8.01 

17.80 

46.28 

9.79 

126.38 

5.34 

6.23 

2.67 

318.62 

101.46 

101.46 

33.82 

31.15 

640.80 

106.80 

10.68 

8.90 

73 87 

1.78 

101.46 

7.12 

188.68 

14.24 

7.12 

34.71 

1.78 

19.58 

464.58 

115.70 

10.68 

49.84 

45.39 

7.12 

14.24 

5.34 

59.63 

1.78 

7.12 

3.56 

61.41 

8.01 

219.83 

475.26 

49.84 
42.72 
9.79 
14.24 
81.88 
83.66 
34.71 
114.81 



171 
Non-Resident Tax Payers — ( Continued.) 



Wood, Frank 

Wood, Alfred 

Wyzanski, Charles E 

Wyman, Isaac C 

Wyman, Agnes I 

Wunderlich, Gustav 

Young, Orson and Hiram E 

Young, Emily W. and Isabel 

Z 

Zanker, Carl 

Zeigler, Alfred 

Zickendrath, Conrad 

Zirlistas, Joseph, Peter Plaszkas 
and AdolphMaskena 



KESIDENCF.. Personal Real Es- Unpaid. 



Boston 

Cambridgeport 

Boston 

Salem 

Mattapan 

Boston 

E. Somerville 
Newton 

Philadelphia . . 

Boston 

Dedham ...... 

So. Boston. . . , 



$21.36 
39.16 

5.34 
98.79 

7.12 
63.19 


$ 5.34 
63.19 


13.35 
80.10 


13.35 


6.23 

72.09 
17.80 


72.09 



16.02 



THIRTY-FOURTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



OF THE 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK 



FOR THE 



SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JAN. 31, 1902. 




Edward D. Kollock, 

82 Devonshire St., Boston. 

1902. 



SCHOOL BOARD. 



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. 

WnXIAM G. COLESWORTHY, 

7 Elm Street, Term expires 1903, 

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

ELLA F. BOYD, 
313 Hyde Park Avenue, Term expires 1904. 

SAMUEL T. ELLIOTT, 
947 Hyde Park Avenue, Term expires 1904, 

EDWARD I. HUMPHREY, 
19 Cleveland Street, - Term expires 1904. 



ORGANIZATION. 

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

Frank O. Draper, Superintendent. 
Residence, 24 Albion Street. Office, Room 10, Union Block. 

Office How's, 
School Days, l to 2. Monday Evenings, 7 to 8. 



SUB-COMMITTEES. 



ACCOUNTS. 

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

Colesworthy. 

RULES AND REGULATIONS. 

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

Elliott. 

COURSE OF STUDY, TEXT- BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. 

W, 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, W. H. Powers, F. F. Courtney. 

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

Hemenway. — S. T. Elliott. 

Grew. — C. G. Chick, E. I. Humphrey. 

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

Amos Webster. — E. S. Fellows, W. G. Colesworthy. 

Butler.— Mrs. E. F. Boyd. 

Fairmount. — W. H. Powers, C. G. Chick. 

Weld. — W. G. Colesworthy, 

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

Evening. — F. F. Courtney, E. S. Fellows. 



SCHOOL CALENDAR, 1901-1902. 



FIRST TERM. 

Begins Monday, Sept. 9th; ends Friday, Dec. 20th. — 15 weeks. 

SECOND TERM. 

Begins Monday, Jan. 6th; ends Friday, April 4th. — 13 weeks. 

THIRD TERM. 
Begins Monday, April 14th; ends Friday, June 27th. — 11 weeks. 

CHRISTMAS VACATION. 
Begins Monday, Dec. 24th ; ends Friday, Jan. 3rd. — 2 weeks. 

SPRING VACATION. 
Begins Monday, April 7th; ends Friday, April nth. — i week. 

HOLIDAYS. ■ 

September 9th and loth, November 28th and 29th, February 22nd, 
March 28 th, April 19 th and May 30th. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE'S REPORT. 



Citizens of Hyde Park: — 

The condition of our schools is excellent, and we have 
no occasion to indulge in reviews of what has been accom- 
plished, nor to forecast possibilities of improvement. It is 
satisfactory to record the fact that we believe real progress 
is continually being made. A fuller measure of public in- 
terest has been manifest during the past year than hereto- 
fore, and it seems fair to presume that the future will wit- 
ness a still greater concern on the part of our citizens in 
fostering the educational interests of the town. The gen- 
erous action of the tov/n in making appropriation for a new 
high school building and for a grammar school building 
in the East River Street District is highly appreciated, and 
we believe that no regret will 'ever be experienced for hav- 
ing- taken such action. 

We had hoped in our annual statement to have been able 
to report greater progress in the construction of the build- 
ings, but unforeseen obstacles have been presented which 
have been difficult to fully overcome. The foundation of 
the High School building has proved to be a veritable quarry 
and while this furnishes an imperishable foundation, the 
preparation of it to receive the building occasioned un- 
expected delay. It seems now very probable that the 
building will be ready for occupancy at the commencement 
of the next school year. • The East River Street District 
building is going forward and no doubt would have been 
further advanced at this time but for a delay caused by a 
few of our citizens interposing legal objection. The fact 



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of this legal objection not being- sufficient to permanently 
retard, nevertheless, could not prevent its delaying for a 
time the commencement of operations. 

It is always commendable to safeguard the town's wel- 
fare, and it is a matter of congratulation that someone is 
always ready to see that no harm comes to the public in- 
terest. 

The Committee wishes to acknowledge its obligation to 
the parents and friends of pupils in the High and Grew 
Schools for their forbearance and co-operation in helping to 
make it possible to carry on the two schools in one build- 
ing. Change of school hours and change of place must 
have been attended with considerable inconvenience. 

The appropriation of $2,000 for sanitary changes and 
connection with the sewer at the Grew School proved in- 
sufficient, and $500 additional was used, taking it from the 
incidental fund, the transfer making a shortage in the lat- 
ter fund. An additional appropriation of $300 was made 
late in the year by the town to covet the needs of the Even- 
ing School. 

We invite a careful scrutiny of the reports submitted 
withthis our brief summary, for we believe in them will 
be found sufficient detailed statement to inform our citizens 
on all vital points bearing on the successful carrying for- 
,ward of our school work. 

E. I. HUMPHREY, Chairman. 

For the Committee. 



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT. 



To THE School Committee of the Town of Hyde 
Park : 

My fourth 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, 1901 : 

GENERAL STATEMENT. 



SCHOOLHOUSES. 



No. I. 
" 2. 



" 5- 
" 6. 

" 7- 



High school, 
Damon school, 



Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 



nine rooms, 

(old building) 

eight rooms, 

( four occupied) 

one room, 

eleven rooms, 

(nine occupied) 

nine rSoms, 

four rooms, 

one room, 

nine rooms, 

(eight occupied) 

two rooms, 
Cone occupied) 
of schoolrooms occupied, 
of school buildings, .... 

containing high school department, 
containing eighth (highest grammar) grade, 
containing primary grades only, 

TEACHERS. 



Hemenway school. 
Grew school, 

Greenwood school, 
Amos Webster school, 
Butler school, 
Faiimount school. 



9. Weld school, 



Everett street 

Readville street 

Wolcott street 
Gordon avenue 

Metropolitan avenue 
Hilton street 
East River street 
Williams avenue 

Highland street 



Supervisors of special subjects, 
Number of teachers regularly employed. 
Men teaching in day schools. 
Women teaching in day schools, 
Men teaching in evening schools, 



46 

9 
I 

4 
4 



55 
6 

40 
4 



i8o 



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 coUeee graduates, . . . 

Number who have attended normal school. 

Number of normal school graduates, . . . , 

Number who have attended training school. 

Number of training school graduates, .... 

SCHOOL CENSUS. 

Population of Hyde Park (census of 1900) 

Total number of persons 5 to 15, 
" boys 5 to 15, 

girls 5 to 15, 
" persons 7 to 14, 

" boys 7 to 14, 

" girls 7 to 14, 

" persons in Hyde Park private schools, 

" persons in Hyde Park parochial school, 

" persons in schools out of town, 

" male illiterate minors over 14 years of age, 

" female " " " 



MEMBERSHIP AND ATTENDANCE 

Total number of pupils registered, 
Average membership, ..... 
Average attendance, ..... 
Per cent, of attendance, .... 

Number of pupils between 5 and 15 years of age, 

" more than 15 " 

" between 7 and 14 " 

" less than 7 " 

" more than 14 " 



3 

I 

I 

12 

10 

12 

7 

7 

2 



13.244 
2,301 
1,124 

1,177 

1,766 

871 

895 

3 

759 

7 

I 

I 



2,029 
1.675 
1,566 

93-5 

1,782 

247 

1. 179 

407 

443 



STATISTICS. 

Four years ago, 115 pupils were attending local private 
schools (23 ) and schools out of town ( 92). In 1899, ( 1900 
report) the total had fallen from 115 to 29 ; in 1900 to 13 ; 
and in 1901 to 10. This number is remarkably small con- 
^sidering our nearness to the special and private schools of 



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Boston. The number is likely to be increased somewhat 
this year by the necessary exclusion from the public schools 
of pupils not protected from smallpox. 

HEALTH. 

In the report of the State Board of Health for 1898, 
under Health of Towns, Hyde Park, is the following : " Al- 
though many years have passed since a case of smallpox 
has been reported in the town, still it is liable to occur at 
any time The vaccination of all children who at- 
tend the public schools should be insisted upon 

as the Public Statutes provide." 

Since November 15, 1901, there have been ten cases of 
smallpox in the town. The School Committee, at the re- 
quest of the Hyde Park Board of Health, have excluded all 
unvaccinated pupils from the schools since the beginning 
of the winter term, when the following circular was sent to 
each teacher : 

January 6, 1902. 
To Teachers : 

By vote of the School Committee, no pupil is to be al- 
lowed to enter or to remain in any school until further 
notice who has not placed on file with the teacher a certifi- 
cate of vaccination of one of the two forms now approved 
by the Board of Health, signed by a regular practicing 
physician. A certificate having the same essential form is 
to be accepted, although not on the regular printed blank. 

The " white" certificate is not to be regarded as an effec- 
tive certificate beyond twelve days from date unless the 
second part is signed and dated. 

You are directed by the School Committee to enforce the 
above without exception. 



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In case of doubt as to the force of a certificate in your 
possession, please ask for a decision before excluding the 
pupil. 

Please keep certificates on file in the order of the names 
in your register for the current term. 

Respectfully, 

FRANK O. DRAPER, 

Superintendent. 

There has been on the part of most parents of pupils 
who had not been vaccinated within five years a readiness 
to have their children duly protected which has been as 
gratifying to this department as it must have been to the 
Board of Health. While there has been some objection, 
there has been a very general appreciation of the necessity 
and beneficence of the work of the Board of Health dur- 
ing the past two months. 

SIGHT AND HEARING TESTS. 

The tests of sight and hearing, conducted under the 
direction of Dr. David A. Wells of Boston, are nearly com- 
pleted. These tests have been made in all grades and are 
sufficiently thorough to detect such defects of eye and ear 
as seriously impair sight and hearing. Some cases of eye 
strain cannot be detected by a test of sight alone, but their 
presence is sometimes indicated by painful sight or by 
headache, and these symptoms are noted by the teacher. 

Hyde Park was one of the first towns, if not the first, to 
adopt this valuable form of child study some years ago. 
The present tests have been of great use to the teachers 
and have resulted in special arrangements for the comfort 
and convenience of children who have less than normal 
vision or hearing. When the tests are completed parents 
will be notified of such defects as are found, and it is 



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hoped that the services of specialists will in most cases be 
sought under the advice of the family physician. The re- 
sults will be published in the next annual report. 

VOCAL MUSIC. 
The year's work in music, notably in the High School, 
leaves little to be desired. The faithful work of super- 
visor and teachers has produced results of unusual excel- 
lence, and merits the highest praise and appreciation. The 
supervisor's report follows : 

REPORT OF SUPERVISOR OF MUSIC 

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

Dear Sir — I take pleasure in reporting the condition 
of the music in the public schools. During the past year 
the education in music has progressed favorably. All the 
teachers have given their best efforts, and splendid results 
are manifest. 

The work of the High School is excellent. At our last 
graduation exercises, the cantata, "The Holy City," was ren- 
dered successfully, and I wish to acknowledge the generos- 
ity of the High School Battalion, who contributed the 
financial aid necessary to procure a soprano soloist. 

For the unanimous support of the School Committee, 
Principals and the Superintendent, I am sincerely grateful. 

B. HAROLD HAMBLIN, 

Supervisor. 



DRAWING. 

The resignation of Miss Anna M. Kimball as supervisor 
of drawing was greatly iregretted by all connected with the 
schools. Her faithful and sympathetic work had placed 
her special subject in excellent working condition. The 



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new supervisor, Miss Alice T. Boardman, has already 
amply proven her fitness for the position, and is securing 
excellent results. Following is her report for the fall term. 

REPORT OF THE SUPERVISOR OF DRAWING. 

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

Dear Sir — It was with pleasure that I noted the in- 
terest of the Hyde Park teachers and scholars in drawing. 
I find them attentive listeners and careful workers. 

During the fall term I held twelve teachers' meetings 
and the work planned has, in most cases, been faithfully 
carried out. " Brush work is comparatively a new feature 
and much of the work in design, while it will take time to 
perfect the former, in the latter there have been some 
surprising results. 

By remaining after school hours, I have come in closer 
touch with the teachers and have been able to help them 
in the work to be accomplished before my next visit. 

The one-session classes at the Grew School are hampered 
for time and the drawing is suffering there, while the 
periods at the High School are too short to accomplish 
much. 

One afternoon a week there is a volunteer sketch class 
at the High School. Much improvement has been made in 
this short time. The interest of the scholars to work out 
of school hours is encouraging, and good results can be 
looked forward to when the studio in the new building is 
completed. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ALICE T. BOARDMAN, 

Supervisor of Drawing. 
January 28, 1902. 



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HIGH SCHOOL. 

Your attention is called to the following report of the 
principal of the High School. In its cramped quarters in 
the Grew School building the work has gone on without 
interruption and the high standard of last year has been 
maintained fully. I know of no better high school than 
our own, limited as it is in its present accommodations and 
equipment. I am glad that the public generally as well as 
the parents of its students appreciate the work that is being 
done and the excellent spirit of all concerned in the face of 
diiEculties. Principal, teachers, and students deserve and 
should be accorded the heartiest approbation. 



HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL'S REPORT. 

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

Dear Sir — In accordance with your request, I submit 
herewith my third annual report of the High School, for 
the year 1901 : 

The enrollment on December 20, was 290, The mem- 
bership was 271. The membership by classes was as fol- 
lows : 



I year (entering class), 


108 


II year, 


64 


Ill^year, 


55 


IV year, 


40 


Postgraduates, 


4 



Total, 271 

When the elective blanks were received in June, there 
were indications that the enrollment for this year would 
exceed 300 ; but changes in the course, non-promotion 
and other natural causes necessarily affected the total. In 
regularity of attendance the school, with unusual hours, 
has more than held its own. While the actual per cent, of 



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attendance is smaller, it is not due to the conditions under 
wHich we are working, but to outside causes, which can be 
easily traced. Permit me to emphasize once more the 
amount of school time lost by the pupils because of ab- 
sence, much of which is for insufficient reasons. In Sep- 
tember there were 17 school days, 150 absences ; in Octo- 
ber, 19 school days, 154 absences ; in November, 18 school 
days, 188 absences ; in December, 14 school days, and 194 
absences. The figures speak for themselves. No comment 
is necessary. 

After it had been decided to remove the High School 
building before the close of school in June, it became nec- 
essary to plan for new quarters. It was found that by us- 
ing the unoccupied rooms, and 'the hall of the Grew School 
building, the whole school could be accommodated, and 
disturb only three of the occupied rooms. This was done, 
and the rooms were rendered tenable with the putting in 
of electric lights in the hall, and the transfer of desks, 
seats and bookcases from the High School building. 
School closed in the old building at noon, Thursday, May 
1 7. Monday morning, May 20, at 8 o'clock, we began work 
in the Grew School building with the loss in school time 
of only one and one-third days. 

The occupation of temporary quarters for a few weeks in 
the spring was of great practical advantage, as it showed 
exactly what preparations would be necessary to accom- 
modate a larger number of pupils. Chemistry and the 
commercial studies were discontinued for one year. There 
was a corresponding increase in the number taking Eng- 
lish and the modern languages, thus necessitating the 
same number of teachers. Miss Sarah N. Whitman, of 
Dorchester, was elected a teacher of English and modern 
languages, and Miss Alice M. Twigg, of Medford, was 



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chosen to succeed Miss Linscott. Owing to the lack of 
accommodations on the school grounds for the drill, the 
banquet room under Waverly Hall, was secured for one 
afternoon (Monday) a week, and Mr. Edwin R. Palmer, of 
this place, was elected Military Instructor to succeed A. 
W. Lowe. 

The work in drawing is increasing with each year, and 
consequently demands more of the time of the supervisor. 
There has been quite a demand from those in the three up- 
per classes for this work, but as it is scheduled only for the 
first two years permission has jiot been granted, except 
where it could be done without interfering with their own 
programme, or with that of the regular class. At present 
there are three large classes in freehand drawing, and a 
volunteer Wednesday afternoon sketching class. Most of 
these pupils will not care to carry their work farther as the 
second year is mechanical drawing. This seems unfortu- 
nate, and yet it cannot be remedied without having a 
teacher of drawing especially for the High School. 

A very small number of the citizens have visited us 
during the year, and by inquiries which have been made 
from time to time, evidently, many do not understand the 
conditions under which pupils and teachers are doing their 
work. While those in control have done every thing that 
seems possible to render our temporary qiiarters convenient 
and comfortable, nevertheless, the fact remains that venti- 
lation and light are poor. The lack of these, necessarily 
reacts upon pupil and teacher alike. Then again, the 
teachers have larger classes and more recitations per week 
than should fall to any teacher in secondary school work. 
One teacher has over forty in one of her classes ; another 
twenty-nine out of a possible thirty recitations per week. 
All of this is unavoidable at present, but if the standard 



of work is to be maintained while the school is constantly 
increasing in numbers, some further steps will be necessary 
before the beginning of another year. 

An effort is being made on the part of certain classes - 
and local organizations to supplement the vote of the town 
for a new high school building, by contributing to its 
adornment. The class of 1901 at its graduation presented 
a statuette of Minerva. The Battalion oihcers of the 
same year placed $100 in the hands of a committee to 
assist in this object, and the Current Events Club gener- 
ously donated the proceeds ($125) of the play given in the 
spring of 1901 to the same purpose. Other classes are 
contemplating like action much to the satisfaction of those 
deeply interested in the school. Each little given con- 
tributes an added interest in the school to the giver, and 
thus assists in building up an interested and enthusiastic 
support. 

Thanking you, Sir, and the Committee for their united 
support during the year, I remain, 

Respectfully yours, 

M. S. GETCHELIv. 



EVENING SCHOOL PRINCIPALIS REPORT. 

Mr. F. O. Draper, Supt. of Schools. 

Dear Sir — The term of the Evening School began 
November 4, 1 901, with English and business departments 
in Grew School building, draughting department in 
Everett School Building. 

Enrollment : 

English Department, men 122, women, i6, 138 

Business " " 40, " 40, 80 

218 



189 

Average age, 19 years. 

Average attendance in English Department, 48 

" UK Business " 30 

all " 78 

Largest " any one evening, 147 

Least " " " " 31 

There is much interest taken by pupils until the De- 
cember vacation of two weeks, after which the school 
loses many pupils. No doubt a recess of one evening- at 
Christmas, in place of the long vacation would do much to 
keep the interest up. 

There have been three classes in the draughting depart- 
ment. The first section is composed of the beginners. 
They were first given a series of plates of geometrical 
problems which not only serve to furnish practice in the 
use of the instruments, but also are very useful in them- 
selves. As soon as they acquired a reasonable amount of 
accuracy they were given elementary problems in projec- 
tion, the theory of projection being carefully explained to 
each student. After each one had a fair idea of projection 
he was given small and simple machine details to draw, 
such as bolts, nuts, handwheels and simple castings. 
Some special work has also been given to those especially 
desiring it, a pattern drawing for sheet metal work and 
elementary architectural drawing. 

The second section is composed of those men who have 
had some considerable amount of drawing. These stu- 
dents were shown how to first make a sketch of machine 
details and castings of a more complicated character than 
those given the first section. Then they made a complete 
working drawing to scale of each piece, including all nec- 
essary dimensions and section drawings where necessary. 
I procured a small lathe from the American Tool Co., 
which has furnished the pieces for machine drawing, I 



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think that the practice in making drawings from the actual 
machine itself has been of greatest practical value. This 
section has also had several cam problems illustrating 
how to lay out a cam to give a definite motion and the 
nature and use of harmonic, gravity and uniform motions. 
One cylindrical cam was also laid out. 

The third section has worked almost entirely on gear 
drawing. This including the rolling of the involute and 
cycloidal teeth, several sets of spur gears and racks and 
one drawing of bevel gears. 

Registered between November 4, 1901, and January 31, 

1902, 35- ' 

Average active attendance, 28. 
Average daily attendance, 18. 

Respectfully, 

C. P. FELLOWS, 

Principal. 

SEWING SCHOOL REPORT. 

To THK Committee on Industrial Schools. 

The sewing school for the summ.er of 1901 was opened 
on Tuesday, July 9, with a good attendance. 

The pupils were divided into three classes : those who ha 
never sewed, those who had done a limited amount and 
those who were more experienced. 

The youngest class was given canvas and worsted work on 
which all the plain stitches were given, also Miss Johnson's 
printed cloth samplers were used. The intermediate class 
was taught the run and back-stitching, stitching felled 
seams, French seam, gathering and two ways of putting 
on a band. 

The first class, which consisted of pupils from eleven to 
fourteen years of age, was taught the over-handing patch, 



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which included the matching- of stripes, gathering, two 
ways of putting on a band, tucking, turning of a wide hem 
and the making of buttonholes. 

A small garment was cut and completed. 

The unbleached cotton cloth and colored thread having 
proven so satisfactory were employed again this year ; the 
child's interest is much more easily kept up by their use. 

GRACE M. BROWN, 

Sewing Teacher. 

CARPENTRY SCHOOL REPORT. 

To THE Committee on Industrial SchooIv. 

The vacation school in carpentry, for the summer of 
1 901, was opened Tuesday, July 9th, with a large attend- 
ance, and was closed Friday, August 23d. 

Seventy-two boys applied to take lessons in this branch 
of manual training, making four classes, two of which met 
on Tuesday and Thursday, and two on Wednesday and 
Friday of each week. 

The average daily attendance was twenty-nine, and the' 

average age, twelve years. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE E. WEBB 
October 7th, 1901. 



TRUANT OFFICER'S REPORT. 

Mr. Frank O. Draper, Superintendent of Schools. 

Please find below an account of my services as Truant 
OfiScer for the year ending December 31, 1901. 

Total number of cases investigated, 196 

" " truants, • 34 

" " prosecuted, 2 ; 

" '' placed on probation, 2 







192 




Total number 


absent with parent's permission, 


42 


U (( 




on account of sickness, 


61 


(( '( 




" " " lack of clothing, 


i9 


" 




" " " removal from town, 


8 


(( (1 




" " " attending private schools, 


9 


(( li 




" " " over school age, 


10 


" " 


other 


causes 


9 



Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY V. HARWOOD, 

Truant Officer. 

ELEMENTARY COURSE OF STUDY. 

Early in the new year, an outline of the course of study 
in the elementary schools will be printed and will be avail- 
able for all interested. This outline is concise, and wher- 
ever possible consists only of references to portions of text 
books in use. In reading, the only change during the year 
has been the purchase and use of an additional set of reading 
books. In most rooms there is need of more reading mat- 
ter than is at present supplied. In arithmetic, the course 
has been materially strengthened by the recent adoption of 
a modern series of books with well-graded examples. The 
new language series has been placed in the sixth grade and 
is in every respect an improvement upon the former course 
in this subject. In history, an elementary text-book has 
been adopted for use in the sixth grade, thus relieving the 
pressure upon the higher classes. In penmanship, per- 
mission has been obtained from the Committee to have 
prepared for use in our schools a series of copy slips em- 
ploying the forms and executed with the movement of 
commercial writing. 

Through the generosity of Mr. James F. Mooar, Super- 
intendent of the Bryant & Stratton Business College of 
Boston, the teachers are receiving a most valuable course 



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of lessons in penmanship, including methods of teaching, 
which will g-iv_e them unusual advantages in this difficult 
branch of instruction. These lessons are without expense 
to the teachers or to the town. I believe thoroughly that 
the change to business forms is a wise step, and that the 
results will amply justify it. The object of lessons in pen- 
manship, as in all school subjects based upon manual 
training, is not the immediate output, not the quality of 
the thing produced in school. The true aim, the only end 
worth while, is increased ability to perform the tasks of 
adult life. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FRANK O. DRAPER, 

Superintendent. 



APPENDIX. 



GRADUATING EXERCISES 
The High School 

Hyde F*a.rk:, = - IVEassactiuisetts 

TUESDAY, JUNE 2^, 1901 
Waverly Opera house 



ORDER OF EXERCISES. 

1 March, " Cuban Independence ", . . . . Ellis 

Grew School Orchestra. 

2 Invocation, 

Rev. William H. Savage. 

3 The Holy City,— Part i. . . . . . . Gaul 

4 Address to Graduates, 

Edward Everett Hale, D, D. 

5 The Holy City,— Part 2 . Gatil 

6 Presentation of Diplomas, 

Edward I. Humphrey. 

Chairman of School Board. 
r^ r\ ( Words by Alison M. Scott . 

7 Class Ode, . . . ^,^./^,^^ , 

I Music by Luther O. Emerson, 2nd 

I Farewell to our Alma Mater, 2 Let honor be our watchword, 

O classmates fond and dear 'Though for glory we may strive; 

For now we're parted asunder, For honor, ever noble, 

To meet fortune's joys and fears, Does not perish with our lives. 

Many duties lying yonder With duty as our comrade, 

Await us as we onward go. And victory as our goal, 

May we e'er with deeds unblemished By our guiding hand directed 

Conquer, though we stand alone ! May we to wider worlds unfold ! 



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Ever mindful 'mid rejoicings 

That each life its sorrows has, 
Let us meet defeat with courage, 

Bear alone the share we have. 
Ever upward ! ever onward ! 

Through this life's tempestuous sea, 
Let us cast away far from us 

Meanness, cowardice and greed. 



With sorrow now at parting, 

Yet with joy exceeding glad, 
Severed from our happy school days, 

Go we forth by fortune's hand. 
Heart to heart we're bound together, 

Steadfast by life's human ties, 
For we've ushered in together, 

This new century of time. 



Whitney 



8 Two Step, " Mosquito Parade", 

Grew School Orchestra. 
THE HOLY CITY. 

The treatment of the subject of this work is almost entirely reflective, the 
more dramatic parts of the book from which many of the numbers are taken, viz., 
the Vision of St. John, having already been treated in so masterly a manner by 
the great German composer, Louis Spohr, in his Oratorio, "The Last Judgment." 

The first part of " The Holy City" was suggested by the passages of Scrip- 
ture, '' Here have we no continuing city, " " Thy kingdom come," and sets forth 
the desire for a higher life, as expressed in the words, " My soul is athirst for 
God, " which desire is followed by other passages expressive of the perfection of 
the higher life, such as " Eye hath not seen." 

The second part was suggested by the words, "I saw a new heaven and a 
new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away, " thus real- 
izing the desire and promises contained in the first part. 

With the exception of two hymns, a verse from Milton, and three verses 
from the Te Deum, the words are entirely scriptural. 



PART I. 

CONTEMPLATION. 

No. I. — Introduction (Instrumental). 

No. 2.— CHORUS. 

No shadows yonder ! 

All light and song ! 
Each day I wonder, 

And say, "How long 
Shall time me sunder 

Erom that dear throng? " 

SOLO.— Tejior. 
No weeping yonder ! 

All fled away ! 
While here I wander 

Each weary day, 
And sigh as I ponder 

My long, long stay. 
QUARTET (Unaccompanied) . 
No partings yonder ! 

Time and space never 
Again shall sunder. 

Hearts cannot sever : 
Dearer and fonder, 

Hands clasp for ever. 



CHORUS. 
None wanting yonder ! 
Bought by the Larnb, 
All gathered under 

The ever-green palm; 
Loud as night's thunder 
Ascends the glad psalm. 

Bonar. 

No. 4. — TRIO ( Unaccompanied ). 
Soprano, Mezzo- Soprano, and Con- 
tralto. 

It shall come to pass that at even- 
tide it shall be Hght. Zach. xiv. 7. 

And sorrow and sighing shall be no 
more. Isa. xxxv. 10. 

For the former things have passed 
away. Bev. xxi. 4. 

No. 5.— CHORUS. 
They that sow in tears shall reap in 
joy : he that now goeth weeping shall 
come again rejoicing. — Ps. cxxvi 6,7. 
For God so loved the world that He 
gave His only begotten Son, that who- 
soever believeth in Him should not per- 
ish, but have everlasting Hfe. 



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For God sent not His Son into the 
world to condemn the world; but that 
the world, through Him, might be 
saved. St. John iii. 16, 17. 

G6d is love. /. John iv. 8. 

No. 8.— CHORUS. 

Thine is the kingdom, for ever and 
ever. 3Iatt. vi. 13. 

I have looked for Thee that I might 
behold Thy power and glory. 

Ps. Ixiii. 3. 

PART II. 

ADORATION. 

No. 9. — Intermezzo (Instrumental). 

No. 10. — AIR. — Bass. 

Thus saith the Lord, Behold, I cre- 
ate new heavens and a new earth; and 
the former shall not be remembered 
nor come into mind. But be ye glad 
and rejoice for ever in that which I 
create : for, behold, I create Jerusalem 
a rejoicing, and her people a joy. 

Isa. Ixv. 17, 18. 

And I saw a new heaven and a new 
earth; for the first heaven and earth 
were passed away. And I saw the 
Holy City, New Jerusalem. 

Bev. xxi. I, 2. 

CHORUS (at a distance from the 
Orchestra) . 

Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of Hosts. 

AIR.— ^fflss. 

And I heard a great voice out of 
heaven saying. Behold the tabernacle 
of God is with men, and He will dwell 
with them, and they shall be His peo- 
ple, and God shall be with them, and 
be their God. And God shall wipe 
away all tears from their eyes; and 
there shall no more death, neither sor- 
row, nor crying, nor any more pain; 
for the former things are passed away. 
Bev. xxi. 3, 4. 

CHORUS {at a distance from the 
Orchestra). 

Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of Hosts. 



AIR. — Bass. 



I saw also the Lord sitting upon a 
throne, high and lifted up, and His 
train filled the temple. Above it stood 
the Seraphim, and one cried unto 
another, and said. Holy, holy, holy is 
the Lord of Hosts. Isa. vi. i. 2, 3. 



No. 12 a. — AIR. — Contralto. 

Then shall the King say. Come, ye 
blessed of My Father, inherit the king- 
dom prepared for you from the founda- 
tion of the world. Matt. xxv. 34. 

For it is your father's good pleasure 
to give you the kingdom. Luke xii.32. 



No. 12b.— SEMI-CHORUS 
(Unaccompanied.) 

The fining pot is for silver, and the 
furnace for gold : but the Lord tryeth 
the hearts. Prov. xvii. 3. 

No. 73. — AIR. — Soprano. 

These are they which came out of 
great tribulation, and have washed 
their robes, and made them white in 
the blood of the Lamb; therefore are 
they before the throne of God, and 
serve Him day and night in his temple. 
Bev. vii. 14, 15. 

And they shall shine as the bright- 
ness of the firmament, and as the stars 
forever and ever. Dan. xii. 3. 



No. 15.— QUARTET and CHORUS. 
Soprano and Contralto voices. 

List ! the Cherubic host in thousand 
choirs. 

Touch their immortal harps of golden 
wires. 

With those just spirits who wear victo- 
rious psalms 

Singing everlastingly devout and holy 
psalms. Milton. 



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SOLO.— -Bass. 

And I heard the voice of harpers 
harping with their harps; and they 
sung as it were a new song before the 
throne; and no man could learn that 
song, but they which were redeemed. 
Bev. xiv. 2, 3. 

No. 16.— CHORUS. 

Great and marvelous are Thy works, 
Lord, God Almighty; just and true are 
Thy ways, Thou King of Saints. 

Bev. XV. 3. 



To Thee all angels cry aloud, the 
Heavens and- all the Powers therein. 
To Thee Cherubim and Seraphim con- 
tinually do cry, Holy, holy, holy is the 
Lord of Hosts. Te Deum. 

Before the mountains were brought 
forth or the earth and the world were 
made, Thou art from everlasting. 

Ps. XC. 2. 

Allelulia ! Amen. 



Soloist, 



MRS. CAROLYN CLARK REED, Soprano. 
MISS ETHEL HOUSE, Contralto. 
MR. ROBERT B. MOSELEY, Bass. 



GRADUATES: 



Grace Abbott Alexander 
Katherine Martin Beebe 
James Philip Burns 
Willa Lynette Crooker 
James Edward Dunn 
Luther Orlando Emerson, 2nd 
Ethel Faulkner 
Clara Brigham Freeman 
Edward Pierpont Gwillim 
Herbert Alexander Hayward 
Clara Winifred Hodgkins 
Robert Nelson Hoyt 
Mabel Franklin Ide 
Gunnar Julius Leufgren 

Roy Euj 



Etta Merrill Levering 
Jennie Wilber McCrillis 
Harold Kay Merrow 
Bertha Mooar 
John Dwight Post 
Alison May Scott 
Ella Ursula Shaughnessy 
Grace Ethel Smiley 
Edith Miriam Straw 
Mabel Inraan Sweet 
Alice Rebecca Tilley 
George Everett Tucker 
Josephine Anna Wasserboehr 
Edwin Ellis White 
ene Whittemore 



CERTIFICATES- 



Gertrude May Tozer Benton Grace Day Forsythe 

Charles Caffin Fogg Ethel Gertrude Littel 

Selwyn Howard Orcutt 



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OFFICE HOURS FOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS. 
1901— 1902. 



Merle S. Getchell, Tuesday, 3 to 4. — Room i. 

Wednesday, 3 to 4. — Room i. 
Emerson Rice, Tuesday, 3 to 4. — Room 7. 
Mary C. Howard, Thursday, 2.30 to 3.30. — Room i. 
Ruby P. Bridgman, Tuesday, 2.30 to 3.30. — Room i. 
Mary E. Houston, Monday, 2 to 3. — Room i. 
Edith L. Bishop, Monday, 2 to 3. — Room 8. 
Louise T. Wood, Tuesday, 2 to 3. — Room 2. 
Sarah N. Whitman, Wednesday, 2.30 to 3.30. — Room i, 
AUce M. Twigg, Wednesday, 2.30 to 3.30. — Room 9. 



HYDE PARK GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 



GRADUATION EXERCISES 

OF THE 

CLASSKS OR 1901, 

Waverly Hall Monday Evening, June 24, igoi, 
AT 7.30, p. M. 



PROGRAM. 

Selection — Concert Waltz, "Promenade," 

Grew School Orchestra. 
Recitation — Parental Discipline, . . . . 

Una Elliott. 
Declamation — Time, ...... 

Elliott Taylor Ford. 
Chorus — Merry June, . . . . . 

Classes. 
Essay — The Greeks and their Art, .... 

Miriam Yeager Loder. 
Recitation — The Fireman's Prize, .... 

Ella Maude Hersey. 
Song — Roses of June, ..... 

Miss Margaret I. Townsend. 
Essay — Hawaii, ..... 

Paul Mcintosh Tyler. 
Chorus — Last Night, . 

Classes. 
Recitation — The Song of the Market Place 

Grace Margaret Liddell. 
Dance — Characteristic, 'The Pixies," 

Orchestra. 
Recitation — How Tom Sawyer Got His Fence Whitewashed, 

Marie Lauppe. 



Ellis 

Anon 

Charles Sumner 

Vincent 

Original 

Anon 

Lane 

. Original 

Kjeruif 

James Bucklin 

. Farrand 

Mark Twain 



203 



Recitation — Hannah Binding Shoes, 



Lucy Larcom 



Misses Barry, Collyer, Cotter, Creaser, Chittick, Far- 

lin, Fisher, Gwillim, Herring, Holtham, Jenkins, 

Manley, McKelligan, Runnells, Nunn, Rooney, Snell- 

grove, Whidden, Wallace, Wyman. 

Special Chorus— I <^^) ^'^°'^ ^^^^°^' 

special L^norus | ^^^ Eventide, .... 

Misses Donahoe, Townsend, Hersey, White, Gibson, 

Phinney, Cromwell, Pommer, Greenlaw, Newcomb, 

Wallace, Whidden, Chittick, Loder, Dunbar, Liddell, 

Gwillin, Sproull, Arentzon, Henderson. 

Declamation — Napoleon's Sword or Jefferson's Pen — Which? 

Simon Bernard Stern. 
Chorus — Summer Days, ..... 

Classes. 
Declamation— Death or Liberty, . 

Alden Milton Cleveland. 
Chorus — America, .... 

Classes and Audience. 



Cowen 
Marshall 



Original 



AM 



Theodore D. Weld 



Bev. Samuel F. Smith 



Grace Standish Corthell, 
Louisa Adeline Dunbar, 
Una Elliott, 

Josephine Gertrude Fenner, 
Sarah Mabel Hardy, 
Mary Louise Kivlin, 
Grace Margaret Liddell, 



GRADUATES. 

DAMON SCHOOL. 

Katherine Agnes Liddell, 
Isabella McArdle, 
Lillian Burnadette McDonough, 
' Edward Southwortli Allen, Jr., 
Henry Augustus Burns, . 
Frederick John Matthews, 
William Thomas Matthews, 



Frank Aloysius McKenna. 



Arthur Leonard Albee, 
Margaret Lincoln Barry, 
Richard Edmands Chapman, 
Sarah Frances Cotter, 
Mildred Edith Collyer, 
Annie Angyline Creaser, 
Cordelia Myrtle Chittick, 
Francis Marshall Chick, 
Edward Carlton Crowell, 
Ernest Pooley Dawson, 
Arthur Christian Dodge, 
Amy Clendon Farlin, 
Elliott Taylor Ford, 



GKEW SCHGOL. 

William Andrew Kenney, 
Miriam Yeager Loder, 
Edith Louise Manley, 
Anna Marie McKelligan, 
Carl Herman Meister, 
Marion Nunn, 
Leroy Cephas Porter, 
Susie Gertrude Rooney, 
Sarah Ellen English Runnells, 
Arthur Burgess Stanley, 
Christy Lina Snellgrove, 
James Henry Sweeney, 
William Berry Taylor, 



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Harriett Frances Fisher, 
Thomas Vincent Foley, 
Marion Elizabeth Gwillim, 
Mary Magdelena Herring, 
Flora Bell Holtham, 
Dean Winslow Hanscom, 
Helen Cecilia Jenkins, 



Avis Emma Wallace, 
Edgar Earl Wallace, 
Charles Mair Walter, 
Arthur Everett Wetherbee, 
Thomas Joseph Whalen, 
Stanley Blake Wheeler, 
Nellie May Whidden, 



George Gilman Brown, 

Janet Lewis Brundage, 

Bernard Freeman Courtney, 

Alice Evelyn Jeannette Cromwell, 

Frank Dennison Crooker, 

Mary Zita Cecilia Donahoe, 

Mabelle Curtis Cecilia Fields, 

Helen Louise Flanagan, 

Howard Lockhart Fogg, 

Dorothy Grace French, 

Anna Elizabeth Gibney, 

Clara May Grant, 

Ella Maude Hersey, 

Emily Holzer, 

Mabel Jane Jeffers, 

Frederick Anthony Kelley, 

Annie Ida Kupke, 

Marie Lauppe, 

James William Lavers, 

Clarence Augustus Leadbetter, 

Kalph Lemon, 

Margaret Jane Lindsay, 



Loring Morse Bates, 
Charles Albert Deals, 
Eobert O. Beebe, Jr., 
Ora Belle Chadbourne, 
Alden Milton Cleveland. 
Clifford Leroy Derry, 
Frederick William Dobbrow, 
Mabel Frances Dunkerley, 
George Lewis Farry, 
Ethel May Gibson, 
William Haigh, 
Edith Louise Hall, 



Eleanor Pauline Wyman. 

GKEENW^OOD SCHOOL. 

Euth McGregor, 
Kathryn Martina Mclntire, 
Lucy Caroline McKenna, 
William Benjamin McKenna, 
Benjamin Raymond McNally, 
Sadie Maud May, 
Elgina Ingebory Mortonson, 
Florence Louise Newell, 
Sylvester Miner Parker, 
Annabel! e Gibson Phinney, 
Clarence Bent Finder, 
Clara May Reid, 
Margaret Helena Shipley, 
Clarence Walter Seavey, 
Simon Bernard Stern, 
Chester Charles Topham, 
Margaret Isabella Townsend, 
Marion Everett Waldron, 
Charles Bailey Wheeler, 
Walter Anderson White, 
Beatrice Whitney, 
Charles Stephen Wigglesworth, 

FAIEMOUXT SCHOOL. 

Laura Frances Hall, 
Winthrop Haynes, 
Prescott Waldo Hayward, 
Clifton Denney Hope, 
Ethel Mary Ide, 
Wendell Richard Morse, 
William Mulhern, 
Bertha Clare Mclntyre, 
William Deane Preston, Jr.,. 
Paul Mcintosh Tyler, 
Robert Yose White, 
Edith Elizabeth White, 
Warren Nelson Withington. 



SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS. 

Principal : Merle S. Getchell — History, Latin. 
Science : — Emerson Rice. 

Mathematics : — Mary C. Howard. 

Latin and German : — Ruby P, Bridgman. 
English : — Mary E. Houston. 

Greek and History : — Edith L. Bishop. 

English and History : — Louise T. Wood. 

Spanish and English : — Sarah N. Whitman. 
French and Mathematics : — Ahce M. Twigg. 





HIGH 


SCHOOL. 




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to June 21, 


1901 


27s 


248.9 


239-5 


96.5 


99.8 


40 


188 


Sept. 


9, igoi 


to Dec. 20, 


1901 


290 


275-5 


265.2 


96.3 


99-7 


118 


235 



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School Statistics. — ( Continued.^ 



Sept, 3, 1900 




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June 21, 1901 


NAMES OF TEACHERS. 


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GRADE. 


GREENWOOD. 
















VIII. 


D. G. Thompson, Prin 


48 


44 


43 


97-7 


99.6 


2 


27 


VII. 


Frances A. Putnam . . 


51 


50.5 


47-3 


90.9 


99 


10 


24 


VI. 


Adah Childs 


55 


436 


41.3 


94-5 


99 


4 


17 


VI., V. 


Helen P. Cleaves . . . 
f Madge D. Ballou . . 
\ Marie Neiss 


45 


41. 1 


37-9 


92 


99-7 


2 


26 


V. 


56 


45-4 


42.7 


94-8 


99.2 


18 


36 


IV. 


H. Margaret Gidney . . 


51 


35-9 


32.9 


91 


98.3 


I 


19 


III. 


Bertha J. Rich .... 


52 


37-9 


35-5 


93 


99.4 


I 


10 


II. 


Helen Balkam .... 


55 


41-3 


37-8 


91.2 


99-4 


2 


15 


I., s. 


Harriet F. Packard . . 

AMOS WEBSTER. 


70 


42.2 


35-5 


84-5 


99-4 


I 


II 


IV. 


Lillie J. Davis, Prin. . 


26 


23-3 


21.4 


95 


99-7 


I 


II 


III. 


Gertrude S. Mitchell . . 


31 


28.5 


26.3 


92 


99-7 


I 


22 


II. 


Marion E. Gray .... 


38 


31 


27.9 


93 


99.4 





15 


I. 


E. Gertrude Plummet . 
butler! 


55 


29 


26 


85 


99-7 





7 


I., s. 


Anna E. Haley .... 

DAMON. 


52 


36 


31 


870 


880 





10 


VIII., vn. 


George L. Farley, Prin. 


31 


31 


29-5 


95-8 


98 


5 


13 


VI., V. 


Elizabeth de Senancour 


30 


27.7 


26.6 


96 


99 


I 


ID 


IV., III. 


Julia E. Donovan . . . 


44 


43 


40 


93 


97 


I 


26 


II. -s. 


Florence E. Barker . . 

HEMENWAY. 


62 


46 


41 


90 


98 





II 


III.-S. 


Dora F. Hastings , . . 
grew. 


40 


30.6 


28.7 


93-5 


99-7 


I 


23 


VIII. 


Frank H. Dean, Prin. . 


44 


41 


39-6 


94 


99 


8 


21 


VII. 


Lucy H. Littlefield . 


57 


523 


49 


93-5 


99 


2 


14 


VI. 


Margaret E. Bertram . 


48 


40 


38 


95 


99 


2 


24 


V. 


Grace Osborne .... 


56 


48.7 


45.6 


93-9 


99 


I 


25 


IV. 


Frances E. Harlow . . 


55 


49 


45 


94 


99 


4 


42 


III. 


Agnes J. Campbell . . 


53 


44 


41 


93 


99 





27 


II. 


Nellie M. Howes . . . 


45 


40 


40 


91 


99 


I 


12 


I. 


Jennie F. Ellis .... 


46 


46 


43. 


91 


98 


3 


32 


s. 


Bessie C. Sparrell . . . 


62 


40 


35 


86.5 


88 





22 



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School Statistics — ( Continued. ) 



Sept. 3, 1900 




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June 21, 1901 


NAMES OF TEACHEKS. 


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GRADE. 


FAIRMOUNT. 
















VIII. 


A. W. Armstrong, Prin. 


28 


26 


2=; 


q8 


99-9 


I 


20 


VII. 


Sarah A. Gile 


43 


3«.3S 


36.4 


94.8 


99.9 





II 


VI. 


Nettie T. Mellen . . . 


4S 


3S-I2 


33-36 


94.6 


99.3 


I 


8 


V. 


Mary E. Le Bourveau . 


S2 


46.7 


44.12 


93 7 


98 


I 


29 


IV., III. 


Susie A. Coggeshall . . 


51 


3«-9 


36.7 


93 


99 


I 


16 


III., II. 


Jennie S. Hammond . . 


SO 


39- S 


37-4 


96.1; 


99 


2 


.30 


I. 


Helen 0. Thompson . . 


43 


32 


31 -S 


97- S 


97 2 





36 


S. 


Nettie L. Ballou . . . 

WELD. 


41 


26.2 


24.1 


92 


99.1 





32 


n., I., s. 


Mary E. Merrow . . . 


35 


31-5 


28.5 


90.4 


95 





24 



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 center 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 center of Fairmount avenue to Davi- 
son street ; thence by the center of Davison street to Walter 
street ; thence by the center 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 cen- 
tre 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 center of Walter and Webster streets to the tracks -of 
the Boston and Providence R. R. ; thence by the railroad 



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track to West street ; thence by the center of West street 
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 Metropolitan avenue, both sides, to Westminster street ; 
thence on Westminster street, both sides, and by an exten- 
sion thereof, to tcwn 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 center of Hyde Park avenue to Walnut street; 
thence along Walnut street, on both sides, to Fairmount 
avenue ; thence by the center of Fairmount avenue to Da- 
vison street; thence by the center of Davison street to Walter 
street ; thence by the center of Walter street to the Nepon- 
set River ; thence so running as to include all that portion 
of Hyde Park easterly by said river. 

WElvD 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. 



SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



Boord of Sewer Goinmissioners 



OF THE 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1Q02. 




Edward D. Kollock, 

82 Devonshire St., Boston. 

1902. 



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 as consulting en- 
gineer. 

By vote of the town in town meeting of June 22, 1898, a 
loan of $100,000 for the construction of sewers was author- 
ized in pursuance with Chapter 287, Acts of 1896. Your 
Board have to report that they have authorized the Town 
Treasurer to issue bonds provided for under that Act, suffi- 
cient to defray the cost of current construction. 

Under the supervision of -your Board, there has been ex- 
pended for the year ending January 31st, 1902, $22,399.34 
as per vouchers on file and exhibited in Table No. i, an- 
nexed to this report. Sewer assessments have been com- 
puted, and bills amounting to $2,648.67 have been duly 
rendered as each street sewered was available for use. 

The value of stock on hand is $2,459.06, as shown in 
Table No. 2. annexed to this report. The outstanding lia- 
bilities amount to $3,635.52. 

By vote of the town in town meeting of March 28, 
1901, your Board was instructed to refund the money col- 
lected for superintendence and inspection of house con- 
nections. The amount so collected was $803.44 on 420 
connections. Your Board has given this matter their sin- 
cere attention j and have to say that they cannot legally 



214 

comply with that vote. The town has placed at the dis- 
posal of your Board funds for the construction of sewers, 
but no money was appropriated for house connections. 
They have therefore instructed their engineer to charge the 
various house connections for the time he finds necessary to 
devote to them. Under the present perfected system of 
making these connections the charge for superintendence 
and inspection is very small. 

In the beginning of making house connections this 
Board" purchased in car-load lots, and sold again at cost, the 
pipe used in these connections. Money thus obtained, to- 
gether with that received from superintendence and in- 
spection, and sales of other material, were placed at interest. 
This money has since been drawn upon to defray the 
expenses of your Board as exhibited in this report, under 
"Receipts and Expenditures." 

Your Board reports in its sixth annual report the con- 
struction of 4,197 feet of sewers. The details of that con- 
struction are exhibited in the following table : 

SEWERS CONSTRUCTED IN 1901. 



:. STREET 

Private land 

New Damon St. 
Park lands 
Waterloo St. 
Webster St. 
Harvard Ave. 
Bridge St. 
Hyde Park Ave. 
Readville 



FROM 

Hyde Park Ave. 

Boston & Prov. R R. 
New Damon St. 
Regent St. 
Hyde Park Ave. 
Webster St. 
Walnut St. 



New Damon St. 

Readville St. 
Waterloo St. 
Reaaville St. 
summit east 
Lincoln St. 
Easton Ave. 



j under construction completed 



SIZE. 

I 24 in. 
\ 20 in 

20 in. 

12 in. 

10 in. 
8 in 
Sin. 

15 in. 
( 20 in. 

10 in. 



ft 
983 

504 
338 
521 
530 
315 
293 

713 



Av. 
th d'pth 
ft. 



13 

13 

12.5 

10 

8 

8 
14 

13 



Previously reported, 
Total construction to date,- 

The first part of the year was devoted 



house connections and continuing the work on 
assessment plans. 



4197 feet 

eqiials 0.79 miles 

15.15 " 

15.94 miles 

to putting in 
sewer 



215 

At the request of the abutter, a sewer was constructed in 
Station street, west of Pairmount avenue, and the tenement 
houses on that street connected. The expense of this work 
was borne by the abuttor. An application was received 
from the N. Y., N, H. & H. R. R. for permission to connect 
by means of a lo-inch sewer, their new car shops at Read- 
ville. This work was done by the railroad company under 
inspection by the Engineer of this Board. Reference was 
made to this work in the last annual report. 

The making of sewer assessment record plans, authorized 
by the Board in 1900, was continued until June, when 
work on them was suspended, to make preparations for 
sewer construction in the vicinity of Damon street, Read- 
ville. The usefulness of these plans should not be lost 
sight of, but work on them should be continued until they 
are completed. 

In June, the B. F. Sturtevant Co. petitioned for sewers in 
New Damon and Waterloo streets and the Board voted to 
build them. This work involved the construction of a 
portion of the trunk sew^er for the Pinehurst district. It 
commences at a point in Hyde Park avenue opposite the 
curled hair factory, crosses land of the Glover and Will- 
comb Co., the Providence Division of the N. Y., N. H. & 
H. R. R., and lands belonging to the B. F. Sturtevant Co. 
It was necessary, in order to sewer Waterloo street, to cross 
other land of the B. F. Sturtevant Co. and park lands of 
the Commonwealth. To secure the necessary easements, 
permits and agreements required lengthy negotiations. An 
easement was granted by George Willcomb for I248. An 
agreement was effected with the railroad company by which 
the town pays the cost of supporting the tracks where the 
sewer was constructed. The B. F. Sturtevant Co. granted 
the necessary easements for a nominal consideration. A 



2l6 

permit from the Metropolitan Park Commission was ob- 
tained without cost to the town. After due advertisement 
bids for constructing these sewers were received and the 
contract awarded to John Cavanagh & Co., the lowest bid- 
der, for $8,755.95. Work was completed in January, 1902, 
the contract actually figuring $7,171.11. Large quantities 
of ground water necessitated the constant use of steam 
pumps on this work, and at one time work on New Damon 
street had to be suspended as the water was more than the 
pump could handle. Six wells in this vicinity were drained, 
and settlements were made with the owners by furnishing 
water connections and payment of water rates to April i, 
1902. An interesting feature on this work was the tunnel 
about two hundred feet long beneath the Boston and Prov- 
idence Railroad. The main sewer line for its whole length 
was strongly reinforced with concrete masonry. At the 
time of this report twelve connections, serving seventeen 
tenements, have been made. 

On June 11, a communication was received from the 
Metropolitan Park Commission, asking that sewers be laid 
in Easton avenue, and the streets on "Mill Island,'' 
so-called, to the end that the banks of the Neponset River 
in that vicinity might be improved in connection with the 
work of that Commission. Inquiry by this Board devel- 
oped the fact that the Park Commission intends to make 
this improvement as soon as sewers have been laid and 
connections made therewith. Surveys and studies were 
made for sewers as above, but objections to the sewers 
being filed by the owner of the property on Mill Island, it 
was decided to build only in Easton avenue. 

Petitions for sewers in Webster street and Harvard 
avenue, Hyde Park avenue, Readville, and East River 
street in the Rugby district, were also received. These 



217 

petitions received the consideration of the Board, and after 
investigation, they were ordered built. Bids were called 
for, and the contracts awarded October 30, to the H. A. 
Hanscom Company of Boston, the lowest bidder. 

The sewers in Webster street and Harvard avenue have 
been completed, and two connections made therewith. 
The sewer in Hyde Park avenue, Readville, is well under 
way. A Carson trench machine is used to facilitate the 
work. A petition to extend this sewer into Wolcott street 
is under consideration by the Board. A sewer in Easton 
avenue necessitated a crossing of the Neponset River at 
Bridge street. This has been successfully accomplished. 
Twelve-inch and sixteen-inch heavy iron pipe was used in 
this crossing, the remainder of the sewer being of fifteen- 
inch vitrified pipe. The sewer in East River street will 
be commenced in the spring, and its completion hastened 
to furnish drainage for the new schoolhouse in that 
district. 

In the last annual report, attention was called to the 
several streets in which it was apparent that sewers were 
needed. The current construction, as described in this 
report, includes most of these streets, but there still 
remain other streets which should soon be sewered. 

All contracts for sewer pipe have been placed with 
W. H. Harlow, the local dealer. His price was as low as 
any obtained, and his facilities for storing and delivering 
pipe, as needed on the trench, were especially satisfactory. 
Twenty-five sets of manhole castings, with ten extra covers, 
were purchased of the Sessions Foundry Company of 
Bristol, Ct, at I1.55 per one hundred pounds uncoated. 
Six lengths of twelve-ipch heavy iron pipe used in the 
river crossing were bought of F. A. Houdlette & Son, at 
$1.30 per one hundred pounds. These two firms were 
lowest of several bidders. 



2l8 

The pipe yard on Factory street has been given up, and 
a quantity of damaged pipe, accumulated during several 
years of sewer construction, has been moved to the pipe 
yard on Pierce street ; much of this damaged pipe is of 
large size and can be safely used for surface drains. 

In September a general examination of the whole sewe r 
system was made, and partial stoppages were found in sev- 
eral places. Previously it has been the custom of this de- 
partment to flush sewers in use twice a year. This was 
deemed unnecessary by the Board and an experiment tried- 
No flushing was done for about a year and a half. The re- 
sult was a forced conclusion that semi-annual flushing is as 
yet a necessity. Hence, in October, a complete flushing 
was made at a cost of about $30. In many towns this has 
to be done monthly. 

At the request of this department, branches have been 
set in the High Level Sewer, for the future use of the 
town, at Ralston Road in the Rugby district, and near 
Stony Brook crossing in Clarendon Hills. * At the latter 
place a twenty-foot right-of-way over land of the Common- 
wealth was granted the town without charge therefor. 

Conferences with representatives of the American Surety 
Co. have been held, looking to a settlement of the claim 
against them as sureties for the Boston Construction Co., 
as noted in the last annual report. A satisfactory agree- 
ment has not been reached, and a suit may yet be entered 
against the Surety Co. 

There is a suit pending against the town, and contract- 
ors, John Cavanagh & Co., jointly, for an accident to 
Thomas Rooney, who fell into a sewer excavation on what 
was formerly Damon street. The town is protected in 
this case by the contractor. 



219 
Tabular statements are submitted herewith showing 
value of stock on hand, cost of construction by quantities 
and amounts and sewers constructed during the year. 

HOUSE CONNECTIONS. 

Ninety-six house connections, aggregating 4,423 feet in 
length have been made the past year. The total number 
made is 516 ; total length, 25,822 feet. The estimated 
number of persons using the sewers is about 4,200. All 
work has been done under supervision by the board as 
heretofore at an average cost of sixty cents per lineal foot. 
During the year the Rules and Regulations were thoroughly 
revised to conform to the local conditions. Bids were ad- 
vertised for for doing the work under a bond for $5,000. 
No bids being received, the work has been continued under 
the former conditions. No stoppage in house connections 
has been reported during the year. 

It is to be noted that the citizens are not availing them- 
selves of the use of the sewers as promptly as good public 
sanitation demands. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DAVID PERKINS, 
WM. U. FAIRBAIRN, 
CHARLES HALEY, 

Board of Sewer Commissioners of the Town of Hyde Park. 
February i, 1902. 



220 
TABLE XO. 1. 

LIST OF BILLS AND AMOUNTS PAID. 

Vouch. 
1901. No. 
May 27. 735. J. E. Cotter, Dec. 1, 1900, for services from 
Oct., 1897, to Feb. 10, 11)00, iu Bickford. vs. 
Hyde Park, writ returnable Nov., 1897, 
Norfolk Superior Court, preparation of case 
for trial, services at trial, preparation of 
brief and argument before Supreme Court, 
prepai-ation for second trial, etc., $ 450.00 

Mar., -98, to Nov., '00, services In claims by 
laborers employed by Boston Construction 
Co., suits brought by laborers against the 
Town of Hyde Park, et al., settlement of 
claims, examination of bill in equity against 
town, 250.00 

Sept. '98 to date, services iu cases of Wash- 
burn, Hurter, Bursch and Eustis, petitions 
for land damasres aaainst the town on account 
or construction of sewer; services at Hear- 
ings before auditor, Jan. 28, Feb. 25, July 27 
and 28, Nov. 29, Dec. fi, 1899; conferences 
with petitioners, their counsel, town officers 
and Metropolitan Park Commissioners, and 
their counsel as to settlement; attention to 
cases in Superior Court, Norfolk Co., prepa- 
ration for trial, trial in Sup. Court, Mav 
28, 29, 31, June 1, 2, 1900; examinations of 
plaintiffs' bill of exceptions, 1,000.00 

Cash outlays, 

Bickford vs. Hyde Parlv : 

Cash paid stenographer for transcript of evi- 
dence , 12.25 

Cash paid for printing briefs, 5.00 

Cash paid officers' fees, summoning Eeynold 

and Chapman, witnesses, 5.00 

Cash paid C. E. Jenney, for expense of fak- 
ing jury to view, 1.30 

Wa.sliburn, Hurter, Bursch and Eustis cases : 
— cash paid officer for taking jury to view; 
copies of papers, etc., 6.53 

1,730.00 

Aug. 1. 736. Geo. Willcomb. easement granted to the town 

for right of way, 248.00 

1. 737. S. R. Moseley, printing ho. con. blanks, 3.00 

pasters^ .50 

1,000 linen billheads, 10.00 

adv'ing proposals for sewers 2.00 



Sept. 14. 738. Corson Ex. Co., hauling 200 ft. 24-in. pipe, 

Damon St., to Glover & Willeomb's, Hvde 

Park Ave., ' 20.00 

Pipe from factory to same, .50 



15.50 



20.50 



4. 739. C. J. Jackson, services as inspector, 18 days 

at $3.50, 63.00 

4. 740. W. W. Baker, services as inspector, 18 davs 

at 2.00, " 36.00 

5. 741. John Cavanagh & Co., paid on acct., Est. No. 

1, Sec. 8, 37.i.38 



221 



Vouch 
1901. Xo. 



Sept. 4. 742. R. M. Jolinson, care house couuections 1 mo., $10.00 

•• 4. 743. " services, clerk, f50.00 

Cash paid W. F. Dodge, care of room, 5.00 

" " J. Hodgkiu.sou & Sou for half ro. 
mouldius cut to length, 1.60 

— 56.60 



4. 744. N. E. Tel. i% Tel. Co., service 3 mos., ending 

Sept. 30, 1901, $22.75 less dis. $7.58, ^ 15.17 

4. 745. The Boston Herald Co., July 26, printing 

proposals for sewers. Sec. 8, " » 9 38 

4. 746. W. H. Harlow, Aug. 20, 20-iu. D. S. pipe 62 

feet, at $2.25, 54 per cent. 64.17 

20-in. D. S. pipe, 76 feet at $2.25, 52 per cent., 32.08 



Aug. 23, 8-in. stand, pipe, 350 feet at 45 

cts., 61 per cent., 157.50 

12-in. stand, pipe, 202 feet, at 

85 cts., 63 per cent., 63.53 

Aug. 31, 6-in. stand pipe, 200ft., 30 cts., 60.00 
6x6 T, 1, 1 .So 



61.35 

61 per cent., 37.42 

Am. 20, 2 1-2 in. tile, 40 feet, 3 1-2 cts.. 1.40 
" 29, 6-in. pipe, 100 ft., 30 cts., 61 

percent., 11.70 
6-in. pipe, 100 ft., 30 cts., 61 

per cent., 11.70 

Aug. 31, 6x6 T, 1, $1.35, 61 per cent., .53 



146.25 



124.96 



23.93 



25.33 



320.47 

Sept. 11.747. A. D. Nickerson, services as engineer, 1 mo. , 125.00 

Oct. 2. 748. " " " '•' 125.00 

car fares. 4.95 

cash paid out for typewriting, 2.50 

" " towel and other supplies, 2.97 



2. 749. R. M. Johnson, services as clerk, 1 mo., 50.00 
legal expenses, paid Register of Deeds for 

registraiion, J. "Warren to town, .62 

easement Geo. "Willcomb, .63 

2 plans, 1.00 

postage, .04 

Cash paid W. F. Dodge, care of room, 5.00 

'' " Frost & Adams for blue prints, 1.29 

" " F. W. Gleasou & Co., Aug. 
31st, 2 1-2 hours labor flushing in Gordon 

avenue, 1.13 

Changing faucets, .35 



135.42 



60.06 



Oct. 2. 750. R. M. Johnson, services, 1 mo., care of house 

connections, • 10.00 

" 2. 751. C. J. Jackson, services, 24 days, at $3.50, ' 84.00 

" 2. 752. W. W. Baker, " 24 " " 2.00, 48.00 
" 2. 753. Metropol. Water Board, Aug. 1901, 50 

iron manhole steps, at .20, 10.00 



222 

Vouch 
1901. No. 
Oct. 2. 754. John Cavanagh & Co., paid on acc't., estimate 

No. 2, December 8, $999.43 

" 2, 755, W. H. Harlow, Sept. 9, 162 ft. pipe 

at $2.25, f 364.50 

4 20x5 T's, at $10.13, 40.52 

405.02 
54 per cent., 218.71 

186.31 

Sept. 5, 1 20x5 T, at 2.00 

" 10, 200 ft., 6-in. pipe, 3()cts., 61 per cent., 23.40 
" 25, 200 " 6 " " 30 " 61 " " 23.40 
Sept. 25, 114 ft., 20-in. pipe, D. S., 
$2,25, 256.50 

26 20x5 T's, 263.38 



519.88 
54 per cent., 280.74 



239.14 
164 ft. D. S. pipe $2.25, 
54 per cent., 169.74 408.88 



141.80 
146 ft. 20-iu. D. S. pipe at $2.25, 

54 per cent., 151.11 

Oct, 5, 140 ft. 6-in. pipe at 30 cts., 42.00 

1 6-in. T, l.a5 



43.35 
61 per cent., 26.44 



16.91 

" 15, 200 ft, 6-iu. pipe 30 cts., 61 per cent., 23.40 

" 24, 162 " 20-in. D. S. pipe at $2.25, 

54 per cent., 167.67 

" 26, 200 ft. 6-in, pipe, 30 cts,, 61 per cent,, 23.40 

" 30, 1 6x6 T, 1.35 

80 ft. 6-iu. pipe, • 24.00 

25.35 
61 per cent., 15,46 

9.89 
" 2, 50 ft. 5-in, pipe to Damon St., 5,00 

Nov 6. 758. Hyde Park Water Co., water service Oct. 3rd 

and 4th, 75,600 gals, at 10 cts., 7.56 



643.99 



Nov. 6. 756. New Eng. Tel. & Tel, Co.. telephone service, 

3 mos., ending Dec. 31, 1901, *22.75 less $7.-58, 15.17 

" 6. 757. W. H. Harlow, Sept. 21, 156 ft. 20 in. D. S. 

pipe at $2.25, 54 per cent., 161 .46 

Oct. 28, 128 ft, 20-in. D. S. pipe at 
$2.25, 288.00 

1 20x5 T, 10.13 

1 20x6 " 10.13 

308.26 
54 per cent, 166.16 



700.64 



223 

Vouch. 
1901. No. 

Attendance 2 days at $4.00, $S.OO 

Nov. (5. 759. Patrick Eooney, labor on pipe in manhole, 3.00 

" of men and horsf', 11.00 
" 2 men draining open sew- 
er 1-2 day, 2.00 
" flushincj sewer in Busi- 
ness St., and \\est St., 3.50 



ti. 760. Frost & Adams Co., Oct. 24, Vi blue and 

black prints, 4.00 

postage, .09 

Nov. i, 7 blue and 1 black print, 2.25 



6. 


764. 


6. 


765. 


6. 


766. 


6. 


767. 



$13.56 



19.50 



6.34 

6. 761. The Boston Herald Co., for publishing propos- 
als 11 times, 23.38 
(). 762. E. M. Johnson, services care of h. connections, 10.00 
6. 763. services, clerk of board, 50.00 
Cash paid Hobbs & Warren Co., for 1 book, .60 
" " A. Fisher for daily paper 3 nio., 1..50 
<' 'I W. F. Dodge, care of room 1 mo., 5.00 
" ■ " Hyde Park Times, for publishing 
proposals for building sewers 
in Sec. 2 & 13 and 9 & 10, 3..50 

60.60 



W. W. Baker, services as rodman, 25 days at 

S2.00. 50.00 

A. D. Nickerson, services as engineer 1 mo., ' 125.00 
travel, $2.95, towel supply 
and etc., 4.15 



129.15 
C.J. Jackson, ser\'ices, inspector of sewers, 27 

days at $3.50, 94.50 
S. E.. Moseley, Aug. 24, advertising proposals 

ho. connections, - 2.00 
Oct. 12, advertising rules and regulations 

ho. connections, f^o.OO 

Oct. 15, printing application blanks. 15.00 

" 12, advertising proposals sewor construction, 2.00 

" 15, printing pasters, .50 

" 15, " 500 packetheads, 2.00 

"15, " 500 letterheads, 2.5u 



49.00 
John Cavanagh & Co., paid on acct. contract 

estimate No. 3, Sec. 8, 1,466.22 

Eobert Bleakie, storage of pipe for 3 vrs. and 6 

mos. to Feb. 1, 1902, at $25.00, " 87.50 

Dec. 4. 770. Samuel Ward Co., 2 receipt books, private 

sewers, 5.75 

1000 voucher blanks, 13.00 



6. 


768. 


6. 


769. 


t. 


770. 



4. 771. E. M. Johnson, services as clerk. 1 mo., 50.00 

Cash paid, car fares to Boston, .80 

" " blank statements of acct. .15 

" " blotting paper, 6 .shts., .25 

" " W. F. Dodge, care of rooms, 5.'i0 

" " Pneumatic Hand Stamp Co., stamp, .51 

" " Hyde Park Times, 500 cards, "data," 2.00 
" " Corson Express Co., sundry express 

charges, 3.70 



18.75 



62.41 



224 

Vouch. 
1901. No. 
Dec. 4. 772. R. M. Johnson, services, care of house connections, .f 10.00 

" 4. 773. C. J. Jackson, " inspector, 25 daj'S, 

at 13.50, 87.50 

" 4. 774. W. W". Baker, " rodman, 25 days, 

at S2.00. 50.00 

" 4. 775. ^". H. Harlow, Nov. 1, 100 ft. 6-in. sewer pipe, 

at 30 cts. 61 per cent., §11.70 

I^ov. 6, 100 ft. 6-in. sewer pipe, at 30 cts. 01 

percent., • 11.70 

Nov. 9. 150 ft. 6 -in. sewer pipe, at 30 cts. 61 

percent., 17.55 

Nov. 13, 150 ft. 6-in. sewer pipe, at 30 cts. 61 

percent., 17.55 

Nov. 16, 1 6x6 T at $1..35 61 per cent., .53 

" 21, 40 ft. 8-in. pipe, at 45 cts. 61 per cent., 7.02 
" 22, 100 ft. S-in. pipe, at 45 cts. 61 per 

cent.. 17.55 

" 25, 130 ft. 8-in. pipe at 45 cts. 61 per cent., 22.82 
182 ft. 20-in. D. S. pipe, at 
2.25, 409.50 

2 ft. 20x5 T's at $10.13, 20.26 



429.76 
52 per cent, 223.47 



206.29 

Nov. 26, 70 ft. (i-in. pipe, 30 cts. 61 per cent., 8.19 

" 30,100" 5" " 25cts. 61 " " 9.75 

Dec. 4. 776. A. D. Nickerson, services as chief engineer, 

1 m., 150.00 

Cash paid, car fares, 3.45 

" " sundry supplies, .45 

" " towel '• 1.00 



Dec. 4. 


778. 


1902. 




Jan. 1. 


779, 



Dec. 4, 9 manhole frames and 15 covers, 

4,747 lbs., at $1.60, 75.95 

Less freight, 4.75 

Dec. 11, 1 manhole frame and5coA^ers, 

1,124 lbs., at $1.60, 17.98 



92.25 



71.20 



330.65 



154.90 



4. 777. H. A. Hanscom (Jo., paid on contract Est. 

No. 1, contract B, Sec. 2, 625.36 

John Cavanagh & Co., Amt. paid on acct. con- 
tract estimate. No. 4, Section 8, 1,115.82 

Corson Express Co. , Nov. 21, for team, .75 

Nov. 26, for bundle, .15 

" 29, 4 pes. 16-in pipe. Factory St. to 

Bridge .St., 2 men, 3 hours, 3.00 

Dec. 5 to 19, hauling manhole castings, and 

pipe, and paying freight and expenses, 25.67 

29.57 

1. 780. Fred A. Hondlette & Son, 6 lengths 12-in. C. I. 

pipe, 7,222 lbs. at 1 3-10, 93.89 

1. 781. The Sessions Foundry Co., Nov. 30, 
15 manhole frames and 15 covers, 
6,150 lbs., at $1.60, 98.40 

Less freight, 6.15 



225 



Voucli. 
1902. No. 



Less freight, 



$1.12 



Less as agreed, 5 cts. per 100 lbs., 

Jan. 1. 782. E. M. Johnson, services 1 mo. clerk, 
Cash paid W. F. Dodge, care of room, 
" " The Boston Herald Co., 3.00 

" " Hyde Park Times, for adv. old pipe 
for sale, 1.00 



180.31 

6.01 

^174.30 

50.00 

5.00 



1. 


785. 


1. 


786 


1. 


787 


1. 


788 



78-4. W. W. Baker, services as inspector 27 days at 
§2.25, 
C. J. Jackson, inspector, 27 1-2 days at $3.50, 
A. D. Nickerson, services 1 mo., 
Cash paid for carfares, 
Towel and other supplies, 

E. M. Johnson, services, care of ho. connec- 
tions, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., JSTov. 23, 1901, for con- 
necting house No. 89 Eeadville St. with 
town water, pipe and fittings, 

6 hours' labor, man and helper, 

Dec. 18, connecting house Ko. 73 Eeadville 

St., pipe and fittings, 
6 1-2 hours' labor, man and helper, 
Nov. 29, connecting house No. 91 Eeadville St., 

pipe and fittings. 
Labor, 6 hours, man and helper, 

783. W. H. Harlow, Dec. 2, 100 ft. 5-in pipe at 
25 cts., less 61 per cent., 
Dec. 4, .50 ft. 8 in. pipe at 25 cts., less 61 per ct., 
" 5. 100"6-in. '^ "■ 30 " " 61 " " 



5, 100 " 6-in. 
" 6, 36" 4-in. 
" 50"8-in. 

" 9, 100 "6-in. 
" 10,76o"8-in. 
" 13, 194 "20 D 



30 
" 20 
" 25 
"30 



61 
61 
61 
61 

59 
52 



" 14, 1 pr. 15-in. slantpipe, freight and team- 
ing, 
" 16,100 ft. 6-in. pipe at 30 cts., less 61 perct. 

"17 4.0 " ?!-i"ti "■ •' 16 " fi.4n 



17 



3-in 
6-in. 



6.40 
.60 



4.00 
59.00 



150.00 
3.50 
1.35 



2.86 
4.20 



5.28 
4.55 



6.34 
4.20 



9.75 

8.77 

11.70 

2.81 

8.78 

11.70 

141.14 

209.52 

2.38 
11.70 



60.75 
96.25 



154.85 
10.00 



27.43 



Jan. 1. 
" 1. 



7.00 
Less 61 per ct., 

" 19, 100 ft. 3-in. pipe at I6cts., 16.00 

Less 61 per ct., 

" 21, 100 ft. 6-in. pipe at 30 cts., less 61 per ct., 

789. H. A. HanscomCo, amt., paid on acct., estimate 

No. 2, Section 2, contract B, 

790. H. A. Hanscom Co., amt. paid on acct., estimate 

No. 2, Sections 9 and 10, contract A, 



2.73 



6.24 
11.70 



438.92 

211.69 

1,660.82 



226 



Vouch. 

1902. No. 



Jan. 1. 791. John Cavanagh & Co., amount paid on acct., 

estimate No. 5, section 9, $1,432.20 

" 22. 792. H. A. Hanscom Co., amt. paid on acct., con- 
tract A, Bridge St., 2,000.00 
Feb. 1. 793. H. A. Hanscom Co., amt. paid on acct., esti- 
mate No. 2, contract A, Bridge St., 2,907.9& 
Jan. 31. 795. "R. M. Johnson, services as clerk, $50.00 
Cash paid carfares, .40 
" " stationery, 1.05 

51.45 

"31. 796. For care of house connections, * 10.00 

"31. 797. A. D. Nickerson, services as chief engineer, 150.00 

Cash paid for carfares, 4.05 

" " " supplies, .60 

" <4 a carrying water, 1.00 

165.65 

" 31. 798. T. H. Corrigan for hauling sewer pipes from 

Bleakie's to Harlow's yard, 30.00 

Jan. 28. 799. F. W. Gleason & Co., for water connections, 

Jan. 6, house of C. S. Churchill, pipe and fittings, 15.94 
14 hours' labor, man and helper, 9.80 

Jan. 17, Ann Grant's house, 69 Readville St., 

pipe and fittings, 6.20 

9 hours' labor, man and helper, 6.30 

Jan. 18, 20, J. McDonough's house, 87 Readville 
St., pipe and fittings, 5.44 

7 1-2 hours' labor, man and helper, 5.25 

Jan. 18, J. McDonough's house, 89 Readville St., 
pipe, fittings, etc., 1.27 

5 hours' labor, man and helper, 3.50 

4.77 
Less for pipe and fittings, 2.18 

2 hours' labor .90 1.28 



Jan. 25, P. Mannion's house, Readville St., 
pipe and fittings, 4.22 

8 hours' labor, man and helper, 5.60 



8.49 



9.82 



62.24 

28. 800. W. W. Hilton, for 2 grade poles at $1.50 3.00 

31. 801. P. Roouey, labor on Hyde Park Ave., self and 

2 men, 7.00 

labor on Readville St., 3.75 

10.75 

1. 802. N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., services, 3 mos. ending 

Mar. 31, 1902, 16.17 

1. 803. J. E. Cotter, for services from June, 1898, to 
Mar. 20. 1901, in case of Emily R. Havves, v. 
Town of Hvde Park, petition for damages 
for draining' well, $50.00 

Sept, 10, 1901, to interviews and advice to 
Commissioners, 15.00 



Jan. 1. 804. Hyde Park Water Co., for service connections 
of town water in Readville district, where 
private wells were drained, 58.06 

For special work, 3-in. iron pipe, 1.12 

1 bend 90 degrees 3.25 



65.00 



227 

Vouch. 
1902. No. 
Jan. 1. 804. 1 gate box, 

Langford's bill for "making up", 



14.25 
2.82 



Feb. 1. 805. 



Jan. 28. 806. 



W. W. Baker, for services as inspector, 27 1-2 
days in January, at $2.25 



61.87 



Feb. 1. 807. 
" 1. 808. 



1900. 
Nov. 


12. 


1901. 
Feb. 


6. 


Mar. 


6. 


Apr. 


3. 


" 


18, 


May. 


1. 


May. 
June 


30. 
5. 


July 


3. 


« 


31. 


Aug. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Dec. 


4. 

6. 

8. 

13. 



paid on account, 

W. H. Harlovsf, for rent of land, 1 year for 

storage, 50.00 

Jan. 3, 1902, 150 ft. pipe, 6-in, f ..30 at 52 per cent. 17.55 

Jan. 7, 1902, 62" "20" 2.25 " 52 " " 66.96 

Jan. 9, 1902, 1 6x6 T, .53 

Jan. 11, 1902. 24 ft. pipe, 20-iu. 2.25 " 61 per cent. 25.92 

82 " " 20 " 2.25 "50 " ' 92.25 

302 " " 6 " .30 "61 " " 35.33 

Jan. 16, 1892. 1 6x6 T, ..52 

Jan. 18, 1902, 51 ft. pipe, 5-in, .10 5.10 

Jan. 20, 1902, 50 " " 6 '' .30 " 61 per cent. 5.85 

Jan. 24, 1902, 1 1-4 bend, 6 " .43 

Jan. 27. 1902, 56 ft. pipe, 6 " .30 at 61 per cent. 6.55 



9.50 



56.10 



C. J. Jackson, services as inspector of sewers, 
27 1-2 days at f 3.50 

Darling & Clark, attorneys for Patrick Man- 
nion. For loss of water in Mannion's well, 
at corner of Waterloo and Readville streets, 
supposed to be caused by construction of 
sewer. 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 

RECEIPTS. 



307.00 
96.25 

200.00 

$20,687.61 



From Town of Hyde Park Street Department, for 

sewer pipe sold them. 

From funds accumulated from sales of pipe, and 

supervision of connections, 
From funds accumulated from sales of pipe, and 

supervision of connections, 
From funds accumulated from sales of pipe, and 

supervision of connections, 
From funds accumulated from sales of pipe, and 

supervision of connections, 
From funds accumulated from sales of pipe, and 

supervision of connections, 
From sale of atlas of town to B.F. Sturtevant Co., 
From funds accumulated from sales of pipe, and 

supervision of connections, 
From funds accumulated from sales of pipe, and 

supervision of connections, 
From funds accumulated from sales of pipe, and 

supervision of connections, 
From T. H. Bryne, rebate on contract, 
H. M. Hamblin, for pipe sold him, 
F. Sausslere, " " " " 
W. H. Harlow, " " " " 



$ 7.20 



430.78 

195.05 

192.15 

35.75 

257.04 
25.00 

195.79 

197.17 

205.00 

13.27 

9.51 

4.20 

8.40 



$1,776.31 



228 

Voucli EXPENDITTJBES. 

1900. No. 

Nov. 14. 1. Paid H. B. Terry ,bill of Norfolk Co. Register of 

Deeds for registration, « $5.23 

Dec. 5. H. B. Terry, for stamps on same, .50 

$5.73 

1901. 

Jan. 7. 2. P. Eooney on contract for sewer work, 168.25 

Feb. 6. 3. his bill for carting pipe and man- 

hole covers, also for pumping, 46.71 

" 6. 4. E. M. Johnson, care of house connection, 10.00 

services as clerk, 50.00 

cash paid for rubber stamp, .18 

" " A. Pisher, daily paper, 1.35 
carfares to Boston, Jan. 17, .20 



" 


6. 


6. 


(< 


6. 


7. 


Mar, 


, 6. 


8. 


« 


6. 


9. 


i( 


6. 


10. 


a 


6. 


11. 



61.73 



6. 5. A. D. Nickerson, salary for January, 125.00 

cash paid towel supply, 1.00 

126.00 

New Eng. Tel. & Tel. Co., bill 3 mo. to Mar. 31, 17.36 

W. F. Dodge, care of room in January, 5.00 

E,. M. Johnson, care of house connections, 10.00 

services as clerk, 50.00 

60.00 

W. F. Dodge, care of room 1 mo., 5.00 

M. R. Warren Co., stationery, 3 books, 3.00 

A. D. Nickerson services as engineer 1 mo., 125.00 
cash paid towel supply, 2.00 

" " for typewriting, 1.80 

" " " curtains, 1.25 

130.05 

Apr. 18. 12. S. E. Moseley's bill. May 17, 1900, for printing 

200 reports, 20.00 

Apr. 3, 1900, for printing 300 pasters, 1.25 

Nov. 27, •' " " 150 " 1.00 

Dec. 7, " " " 200 " copying ink, 1.50 
Mar. 8, 1901, " " 50 annual reports,* 12.90 

35.75 

" 3. 13. W. P. Dodge, care of room 1 mo., 5.00 

" 3. 14. A. D. Nickerson, services as engineer, 125.00 

cash paid for stationery, .25 

" " " wall map, 1.90 

127.15 

" 3.15. E. M. Johnson, for care of house connection, 10.00 

" services as clerk, 50.00 

May 1. 16. Hobbs & Warren Co. , bill Apr. 1 , 1 Burr Index, 3.00 

" 1. 17. P. Eooney, bill Apr. 22, labor, men and team, 16.00 

•' 1.18. S. B. Balkam&Co.,bi]lApr. 5, 16 ft. 4-in. pipe, 1.28 
" 1.19. W. P. Dodge, bill May 1, care of room, 5.00 

25.28 

" 1.20. A. D. Nickerson, services as engineer 1 mo., 125.00 

cash paid for towel supply, 1.00 

126.00 

May 1. 21. Paid Patrick Eooney, bill May 1, bal. due on sewer 

in Station St., 42.06 

• " 1. 22. " R. M. Johnson, for services, care of house con- 
nections, 10.00 
for services as clerk, 50.00 
cash paid for postage stamps, 2.00 
daily paper, 3 mos., 1.50 
carfares, .20 

3.70 



229 

1960. 
June 5. 23. Paid Hobbs & Warren Co. for letter book, $2.50 

24. " E. M. Johnson, services 1 mo., 
care house connections, 
cash paid Corson Ex. Co., 

60.15 

25. '' A. D. Nickerson, services 1 mo., 
cash paid for towel supply, 

126.00 

26. " W. F. Dodge for care of room, 1 mo.. 5.00 
2". ' ' Frost & Adams Co., blue prints and stationery, 2.14 

July 3. 28, " ISr. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., 3 mos. service, " 6.17 

" " 29. " R. M. Johnson, services 1 mo., 50.00 

care of house connections, 10.00 

60.00 

" 29. " cash paid W. F. Dodge, care of room, 5.00 

'* 30. " A. D. Nickerson,-services 1 month as engineer, IS'5.00 

for towel supply, 1.00 



" 31. 31. " R. M. Johnson services as clerk, I mo., 50.00 

care of house connections, 10.00 

" cash paid W. F. Dodge, care of room, 1 mo., 5.00 

" " " A. Fisher for dally paper, 1.50 

" " " Hyde Park Times for advertising, 3.50 



126.00 



70.00 



32. " H. B. Terry, bill Aug. 1, work at Dedham 

on Glover & Willcomb's title, 
making grant of easement for 
sewer, etc., 8.00 

33. " A. D. Xickerson cash paid for services as engineer 

1 mo., 125.00 

cash paid for typewriting, 1.00 

" " " towel supply, 1.00 

■ 127.00 

$1,711.73 
Cash on hand, 64.58 

11,776.31 



TABLE No. 2. 



VALUE OF STOCK ON HAND. 

Sewer pipe at cost, • $1,264.76 

Flush gates at cost, 57.80 

Manhole frames and covers, 244.50 

Flushing hose and clean-out rods, 175.00 

Office furniture and engineering instruments, 717.00 

$2,459.06 



230 
TABLE Ifo.s. 

STATEMENT SHOWING COST OF CONSTRUCTION BY 

QUANTITIES AND AMOUNTS. 



QUAJT- 

TITIES. ITEMS. 

4-839.7 Cubic yds. earth excavation and refilling, Oto 8 ft. deep, 

2204.9 " " " " " " 8 to 14" " 

218.0 " " " " •' " 14 to 20" " 

70.6 " " rock excavation, to 8 ft. deep, 

30.2 '• " " " 8 to 14" " 

12.0 " " " " 14 to 20 " " 

76.97 " " brick masonry, 

454.54 " " concrete masonry, 

1904. Lineal feet of sewer pipe, 6-in. to 12-in. inclusive, 

2293. " " " " " 15 '• to 24 " " 

50. Vertical feet of lamp shaft pipe, laying, 

3298. Lineal feet of sub-drain, laying, 

39.552 M. ft. B. M. of sheeting left in place, 

Tunnel under Boston & Providence R. E., $ 700.00 

'Crossing Neponset River at Bridge St. , 4,000.00 

606.5 Bbls. Portland cement, 



Reserve : 
On contract of John Cavanagh & Co. , 
" " " H. A. Hanscom Co., 



Paid on contract of 1 900, 



$1,784.06 
1,851.46 



AMOUNTS. 

$2,957.60 

1,754.89 

281.34 

282.40 

151.00 

96.00 

1,000.61 

2,733.50 

285.60 

573.25 

5.00 

545.65 

612.39 



4,700.00 

448.88 

$16,428.41 



$3,635.52 

$12,792.89 
42.06 



12,834.95 



REPORT OF OVERSEERS OF 
THE POOR. 



The Overseers of the Poor herewith submit their annual 
report, being the thirty-fourth of the series. The usual 
routine of application, investigation and assistance has 
been followed, with a small increase in the amount of 
money expended over the previous year. 

The list of persons aided is hereto appended : 



Whole number of persons aided, 




3,266 


Number of persons fully 


supported, 


37 


Number of persons partially supported, 


312 


Number of tramps lodged, 


2,927 


PAID ox ACCT. OF 


SETTLEMENT. 


COST. 


Alexander, Harry J., 


insane, Hyde Part, 


$169.45 


Barrett, Sarah S.. 






169.46 


Bedlington, Harriet B., 






145.84 


Bell, DorindaE., 


(( - i 




169.46 


Carter, EvaF., 






169.46 


Carter, Inez, 






169.45 


Carter, Kalph, 






169.45 


Connor, Kate, 






150.69 


Clapp, Clara E., 






169.46 


Cook, Cora F., 






169.46 


Crawford, Walter, 






146.00 


Gilson, William H., 






153.96 


Miller, Rose C, 






169.45 


Eafter, Sarah, 






146.00 


Ward, Ellen, 






109.10 


Wyman, Adelaide E., 






169.46 


Kraus, A. Robert, 






46.25 


Overell, William D.. 


epileptic, ' 




165.75 


Sweeney, Thomas P., 


inebriate, ' 




84.97 


Mullally Thomas F 


" ' ' 




26.14 


Abbott, Harold, 


truant school, ' 




49.57 


Roman, Mary, Boston City Hospital, ' 




56.00 



232 

PAID ON ACCT. OF SETTLEMENT. COST. 

Ouellett, Almina, Fall River City Hospital, Hyde Park .$ 24.50 

Smith, Grace A., State Hospital, " 28.00 

Tierney, Jolin, " " " 25.71 

Haskell, James H., Boston City Hospital, " 130.00 

Ahern, James J., " " " " 1.00 

Boyce, Catherine, " " " " 40.00 

Hatch, Olive A., " " " " 62.00 

Tracey, Margaret E., Carney Hospital, " 13.00 

Withington, George, '• 157.62 

Hunt, Mary, .* 105.00 

McKenzie, Mary, " 72.00 

Gilson, Ella, " 119.26 

E well, William F., " 96.75 

Hulstrand, Matilda, " 72.00 

Tracey, Catherine, " 150. 45 

Murray, Margaret, " ^ 4.00 

O'Leary, Mary, " 2.00 

Todd, Ruth, " 14.38 

Melia, Bridget, u 90.oo 

Kinsman, Mary, " 31.35 

Brady, Edward, " 101.77 

Clarry, Elmira, " 12.00 

Elanigan, James F., " 16.65 

Cunningham, Mary, " < 1.60 

Carroll. Mary, " 50.00 

Mulqueeney, Ellen, " 28.00 

Williams, Amanda, (board and nurse), " 295.57 

Adams, Nancy L., " 25.00 

Conran, Kate. . " 78.00 

Fox, Catherine, " 10.00 

Farren, Michael, " 13.30 

McGowan, Mary, " 2.00 

O'Reilly, Bridget A., " 60.00 

McGovern, James, " 144.00 

Bunker, Charles E., , " 144.00 

Page, Frank B., " 120.00 

King, Martin, " 67.75 

Ray, John B., account burial of, " 10.00 

Boyce, Elsa, and 4 children, " 125 75 

Downes, Hannah M., and 1 child, • " 72.75 

Rich, Florence L., and 2 children, ■ '' 112 65 

Lynch, Mary, and 4 children. " 161.60 

Riley, Patrick J., wife and 3 children, " 86.20 



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PAID OX ACCT. OF 

Curran, Ellen, and 1 child. 

Eobinson, Jane, and 4 children. 

Halloran, Mary A., and 2 children, 

"Welch, Isabella, and 4 children, 

Grant, Hugh, -wife and i children, 

Lahey, Catherine, and 8 children, 

Bragan, Eosella, and 2 children, 

Norton, Mary E., and 2 children, 

Haley, Margaret, and 2 children, 

Cameron, Mrs. J. F.. and 5 children, 

Children of Flossie Fletcher, ( 3 ) 

Voight, Selma, and G children, 

Quigley, Thomas, and 3 children, 

Tate, Elizabeth, and 2 children, 

Conway, Elizabeth, and 5 children, 

Eeid, Mrs. P. J. and 3 children, 

Welch, Michael T. J., wife and 8 children, 

Brennan, Mrs. J. A., and 4 children, 

Abbott, Philip H-, wife and 5 children, 

Messier. Joseph, wife and 5 children, 

0"Keefe, Thomas and wife. 

Teed, "Walter L., wife and 3 children, 

Burnley, Mary, and 3 children, 

McNeil, Robert D., wife and 2 children, 

Mleko, Adam, 

Cleary, Michael, wife and 1 child, 

Davis, "W. H., wife and 1 child, 

Maguire, James S., 

Cummings, John, wife and 1 child. 

Murphy, Catherine, 

Robertson, Annie, account burial. 

Hunt, Geo. E., account burial of child, 

McGrath, Mary J., 

Dow, Bridget, 

Eraser, Hugh A., wife and 3 children, 

Hendricksen, Herman, wife and 3 children, 

Miscellaneous account, including temporary aid, 

Medical attendance, 

Military aid, 

Lockup account, tramp room, 



SETTLEMENT. 


COST. 


Hyde Park, 


$ 76.57 


" 


3^.50 


a 


52.00 


," 


219.25 


" I. 


58.00 


(( 


215.00 


'.' 


60.28 


11 


133.70 


u 


105.96 


(( 


96 25 


u 


110.00 


l( 


92.50 


k( 


79 50 


" 


. 45.00 


(1 


69 80 


" 


7.80 


) 


69.20 


" 


8.75 


" 


6.00 


" 


8.96 


" 


95.13 


state. 


14.20 


" 


70.15 


u 


2.80 


(< 


20.00 


" 


7.90 


" 


3.00 


«' 


15.00 


1( 


31.60 


•' 


1.00 


Milton, 


15.00 


Taunton, 


10.00 


Southbridge, 


2.00 


Boston, 


16.50 


ti 


20.65 


m, "Walpole, 


88 00 


ry aid. 


453.59 




200.00 




15.00 




67.85 



,748.73 



234 

KECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand with Town Treasurer, $ 658.97 

Appropriation, 8,000.00 

Cash returned by State, 30 00 

Cash returned by other parties, 252.62 



i, 941. 59 



Cash on hand with Town Treasurer, $ 192.86 

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

Ove7'seers of the Pooi'. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH. 



To THE Citizens of Hyde Park: 

We have the honor to offer the following report for the 
year ending January 31, 1902 : — 

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. 

The whole number of contagious diseases for the past 
year was 147, a slight increase over that of last year, while 
the death rate has remained practically the same, and were 
divided as follows : « 



Scarlet Fever, 


23 cases, 


2 deaths 


Diphtheria, 


97 " 


7 


Measles, 


10 " 





Typhoid Fever, 


8 " 


3 


Smallpox, 


7 " 


1 " 


Membraneous Croup, 


2 '• 






It is believed that if the .Board was notified of all cases 
of contagious diseases, no matter how light, and the usual 
precautions in the light as in the severe cases, where a 
physician is employed, the number of cases would be 
materially lessened ; and we would request that the people 
of the town co-operate with us in this matter, in order that 
contagious diseases may be better controlled. 

The town has been unfortunate enough to have small- 
pox break out among its inhabitants, and, up to the present 
time, we have had one or more cases on our hands continu- 
ously since November 16 of last year ; fortunately the 
spreading of the disease has been prevented in every case, 
and, were it not for infection from outside the town, we 
would have had no cases outside the house in which it 
first appeared. 



236 

The cases have all been attended by Dr. W. S. Everett, 
long a member of this Board, who volunteered his services 
to the Board after several unsuccessful attempts to procure 
medical attendance had been made ; and we have only to 
point to the results to prove that the town was extremely 
fortunate to have had his services, and their value cannot 
be overestimated. 

Free vaccination was furnished to all who wished, and 
nearly three thousand persons took advantage of the oppor- 
tunity. A complete record of the vaccinations has been 
kept, which will prove of value in the future. 

We were fortunate in the first case to be able to hire the 
houSe in which the disease first appeared, and had hoped 
that the disease would not appear elsewhere, but unfortu- 
nately the disease made its appearance in another quarter 
and under such conditions that it became necessary to se- 
cure some place for a smallpox hospital. 

A building was built on land near Wood avenue which 
has served our purposes admirably, and although rough 
and hastily constructed, still it is warm and dry, and very 
favorably situated for the purposes for which it was in- 
tended. 

We have several complaints regarding the building used 
for the purpose of storing swill collected, and we shall be 
obliged to change the method of collection. We have al- 
ready taken steps in that direction by having a wagon built 
to take the place of one that was worn beyond repair, and 
the garbage collected, instead of being dumped into a tank 
at the swill house, is put in large metal barrels when col- 
lected and not removed from them until they reach the 
farmer who buys it for feeding pigs, thereby preventing all 
nuisance that formerly may have been caused by this work. 
In order to complete this arrangement another wagon will 



237 

have to be bought with the necessary equipment of 
barrels. 

The collection of ashes and rubbish has been carried on 
during the past year with the usual satisfactory results. 

The total number of loads collected was 3,619, and the 
number each month was as follows : 

February, 330. March, 318. April, 330. May, 334. 
June, 270. July, 250. August, 234. September, 189. 
October, 274. November, 279. December 355. January, 
448. 

The number of connections with the sewer has not been 
as large as we had hoped, and the Board earnestly recom- 
mend that all persons having property on streets in which 
there is a sewer, should drain the same into the sewer as 
soon as possible, and that all schoolhouses, as far as pos- 
sible, should be connected without delay. 

All persons making complaint to the Board are requested 
to make the same in writing over their own signature, and 
address the same to this office. 

We once more call your .attention to the fact that this 
department has a large amount of valuable property, con- 
sisting of horses, wagons, harnesses, etc., which we are 
forced to keep in various places in the town. 

The necessary change in the method of swill collection 
makes it all the more necessary that we should be pro- 
vided with proper stable and storage accommodations. 

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. 



238 

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

Regulation 1. Privy Vaults and Drains. Section 1. Every tenement 
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 dwelling house, and shall be provided with a ventilation through the 
roof. The same shall not be used as cesspools nor receive drainage from 
the premises. 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 undei'ground, 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 tenement or 
dwelling, and at least five feet distant from any adjoining 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 
surface water, and no person shall suffer any house drainage or other 
offensive 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 
examination that a cellar, room, tenement or building in the town occu- 
pied as a dwelling place, has become by reason of the number of 
occupants, want of cleanliness, or other cause, unfit for such purpose, 
and a cause of nuisance or sickness to the occupants or 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 



239 

matter, decayed fruit or vegetables, dirt or rubbish wbatever ; nor shall 
any person throw into or upon any flats •within the jurisdiction of the 
town, any dead animals, filth or oiFensive matter. 

Regulation? 3. Sicill and Offal. Section I. No person shall remove 
or carry in or through any of the streets, lanes or avenues, places or 
alleys within the town of Hyde Park, the contents of any cesspool, 
vault or privy well, swill or house offal (either animal or vegetable), or 
grease or bones, unless a permit be granted by the Board of Health upon 
such terms and conditions as said Board may deem necessary. 

Section II. Xo person shall bury swill or house offal, or the contents 
of any cesspool, vault, privy or privy well within the limits of the town 
of Hyde Park, unless a permit be granted by the Board of Health. 

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

Regulation 4. 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. Sioine. Section I. No person will be permitted to 
keep any swine within the limits of the town of Hyde Park, without a 
written permit from the Board of Health. 

Regulation 6. Contagious Diseases. Section 1. 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 whereupon 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 person, 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 



240 

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 to the Board of Health, and shall 
thoroughly disinfect such vehicle before the same is again used, and 
take such precaution as the Board of Health shall direct. 

Section VI. Any person in the Town of Hyde Park, who knows or 
suspects any domestic animal has contagious disease ( such as glanders 
in horses or cholera in swine ), must immediately report the same to the 
Board of Health. The penalty for neglect to do so is fine or imprison- 
ment. The above is in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 252 
of the Acts of 1887. 

Eegulation 7. Section I. 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 and 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 hereafter 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 engage in or work at the business 
of plumbing, either as a master or employing 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 Board of Health, as provided for in said Acts, to whom such applica- 
tion shall be referred, be examined as to his qualification for such busi- 
ness. 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 sat- 
isfy 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 plumbing 
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 



241 

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 conditoinal 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 of- 
fice of the Board of Health ; and notice of any change in the place of 
business of a registered' plumber shall be immediately given to said 
Board. 

Section V. No person shall proceed to construct, add to or alter any 
portion of the drainage system (except to repair leaks) of any building 
in the town of Hyde Park, xmtil plans showing in detail the whole drain- 
age system shall have been filed at the oflice 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 five days of the time of 
filing. 

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

Regulation 9. The Board of Health hereby adjudges that the de- 
posit of sputum in street cars, public buildings, or churches is a public 
nuisance, source of filth 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 prem- 
ises connected with a public or private sewer, without permission in writ- 
ing first being obtained from the Board of Health of this town. And 
whenever there is a privy-vault 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 for- 
bid its continuance. 

Regulation 11. After the first clearing 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'au -ordinary flour barrel, and in places easily 
accessible to the collector. Vault filth, ottal, bricks and mortar, gravel 
and garden shrubbery are not included in the above, and will not be re- 
moved by the town. 



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The foregoing rules and regulations were made under the Eevised 
Statutes and are similar to those of other towns in the state ; and a care- 
ful observance of the same will do much to prevent contagious disease 
within the town. Respectfully submitted, 

WILLIAM W. SCOTT, Chairman, 
WILLARD S. EVERETT, M. D., Sec, 
CHARLES F. STACK, M. D., 

Board of Health. 



To William IV. Scott^ Chairman and Members of the 
Board of Healthy Hyde Park^ Mass. 

Gentlemen — I herewith submit my fifth annual report 
as Inspector of Plumbing. 

There have been filed at this office 165 applications to do 
plumbing-. The fixtures used in these buildings were as 
follows : Water closets, 198 ; bath tubs, 76 ; wash bowls, 
68 ; sinks, 124 ; wash trays, 52. 

The desire of the master plumbers to follow strictly all 
rules and by-laws regarding plumbing is very apparent, 
as there have been but very few violations of the same, 
and all have been cheerfully rectified, when brought to 
their attention. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CALEB T. LOVELL, 

Inspector. 



AUDITORS' REPORT. 



In compliance with the by-laws of the town, we have 
examined the accounts of the Selectmen, Treasurer, Tax 
Collector, School Committee, Board of Health, Sewer 
Commissioners and Cemetery Commissioners, and find 
them to be correct, every payment being properly vouched 
for. 

We have also examined the accounts of our former 
Tax Collector, which are being closed as rapidly as possi- 
ble, and find them also to be correct 

During the year, an official of the town has prepared the 
sewer assessment book, in which are copied all sewer 
assessments included in the twenty-nine warrants issued by 
the Sewer Commissioners,.and in which all future warrants 
will be copied. In this manner have the best interests of 
the town been served, and an embarrassment between two 
departments of the town relieved. 

We call your attention to the fact that the Sewer 
Commissioners and the Board of Health have, independent- 
ly from their annual appropriation, a revenue or fund of 
their own. This fund is derived from the sewer inspec- 
tion fees on the part of the Commissioners, and from the 
sale of offal on the part of the Board of Health, and is 
applied and used by each board to the regular expenses of 
their departments, a record of the receipts and expenditures 
of these moneys being correctly kept by each board. 

It seems to us that any revenue received by any depart- 
ment of the town, (outside, of course, of its regular 



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appropriation) becomes the revenue of the town, and 
should be turned over to the Treasurer, and not used by 
the department that collects it. 

Should the work of any department, thus deprived of 
its outside revenue, become hampered or limited, relief 
can be found by the granting of a larger appropriation. 
The best interests- of the town demand that this be done. 

We furthermore call your attention to the vote of the 
town, passed at the appropriation meeting of March 28th, 
1901, whereat it was voted "that all sums of money that 
have been paid to the Board of Sewer Commissioners, by 
parties making connections with local sewerages to date, 
the charge for which was made and collected under the 
item of superintendence, etc., be, and the Board of Sewer 
Commissioners are hereby instructed to refund to the 
aforesaid parties, the several amounts paid by them." 

An examination of the books of the Sewer Commission 
shows that this vote has been disregarded, and the fund 
which was collected under the above item, has been used 
and expended in the regular work of the department. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FRED C. STONE, 1 Auditors of 

FRANK C. TITCOMB, I H^^eTark^ 
WILLIAM J. DOWNEY, j ^Mass^' ' 

Hyde Park, Mass., Feb. 20th, 1902. 



INDEX. 










PAGE. 


Appropriations and Expenditures, . . ■ . . . 119 


Assessors' Report, .... 








54 


Auditor's Report, .... 








243 


Board of Health, . . . . 








235 


Cemetery Commissioners, 








52 


Collector's Report, . . •• . 








120 


Detailed Statement of Expenditures, 








84 


Fire Department, .... 








32 


Inspector of Buildings, . 








26 


Officers of the Town of Hyde Park, 








3 


Overseers of the Poor, 








231 


Park Commissioners, 








50 


Police Department, 








27 


Public Library, .... 








55 


School Committee, . . 








177 


Selectmen's Report, 








5 


Sewer Commissioners, . . . 








211 


Superintendent of Streets, . . . 








24 


Tax Payers, Resident, . . 








122 


" " Non-resident, 








154 


Town Clerk'^ Report, .... 








37 


" " Record of Town Meetings, 








II 


Town Debt, 








118 


Tree Warden, 








49 


Treasurer's Report, .■ . 








116