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Thirty -Fifth Annual 




RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK 



Reports or%h# Selectmen, 

Trustees of the Public tjjjprary, School Committee, 

and Other To%n Officers. 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1903 



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BOSTON 
PHIL. W. CARROLL 

530 Atlantic Ave. 
1903 




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Thirty -Fifth Annual Report 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

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TOWN OF HYDE ' 




Reports of the Selectmen, 

Trustees of the Public Library, School Committee, 

and Other Town Officers. 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1903 














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BOSTON 

PHIL. W. CARROLL 

530 Atlantic Ave. 

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INDEX. 



Appropriations and Expenditures .... 


129 


Assessors' Report, .... 


126 


Auditor's Report, ....... 


357 


Board of Health, • 


83 


Cemetery Commissioners, ..... 


74 


Collector's Report, 


127 


Detailed Statement of Expenditures, 


94 


Fire Alarm Boxes ...... 


10 


Jury List, ........ 


26 


Officers of Town, ....... 


1 1 


Overseers of the Poor, ...... 


79 


Park Commissioners, ...... 


76 


Public Library, ....... 


3 11 


Report of Superintendent of Streets, 


42 


" " Inspector of Buildings, .... 


46 


" " Chief of Police, 


47 


" " Fire Department, ..... 


S3 


School Committee, ...... 


243 


Selectmen's Report, ...... 


13 


Sewer Commissioners, ...... 


339 


Street Directory, ....... 


3 


Synopsis of Town Clerk's Report of Town Meetings, 


28 


Tax Payers, Resident, ...... 


x 33 


" Non-Resident, . 


• 203 


Town Clerk's Report, ....... 


60 


Town Debt, 


132 


Tree Warden, . . 


73 


Treasurer's Report, ....... 


130 


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STREET DIRECTORY. 



A street, from Hyde Park Ave. to Neponset river. 

Adams street, from 214 West River to N.Y., N.H. & H.R.R. 

Albion street, from 43 Beacon to J2. Highland. 

Allen, from Hyde Park Ave. to N.Y., N. H. & H. R.R. 

Alpine street, from E. River at "Holmfield". 

Arlington, from Riverside Sq. to Hazelwood Station. 

Atherton, from W. River, near cotton mill. 

Austin, from Gordon Ave. to West. 

B street, from Hyde Park Ave. to- Neponset river. 

Baldwin street, from E. River "Holmfield". 

Baker street, from Dedham line to Boston line. 

Barry place, from Business street to N.Y., N.H. & H. R.R. 

Barry street, from 184 E. River to' Business. 

Beacon street, from 170 Fairmount Ave. to Milton line. 

Beaver street, from W. Glenwood Ave. to beyond Gordon Av. 

Blake street, from E. River to Regent road. 

Blanchard street, from Norton to Readville. 

Bradlee street, from Thatcher to Boston line. 

Brainard street, from W. Glenwood Ave. to< Cleveland. 

Bridge street, from Water to Walnut. 

Euckingham street, from Readville to N.Y., N.H. & H. R.R. 

Bunker street, from W. River near Readville street. 

Business street, from W. River near Gordon to W. River near 

Glenwood. 
Central Ave., from Everett Sq. to Metropolitan Ave. 
Central Sq., junction o>f Central Ave. and Webster street. 
Chase street, ''Rugby". 
Charles street, from Roxanna. 

Chester street, from Milton to Readville trotting park. 
Chesterfield street, from Readville to Sprague. 
Chestnut street, from Austin to Beaver. 
Childs street, from Gordon to Glenwood. 



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Church street, from W. River near cotton mill. 

Clay street, from Harvard to Hyde Park Ave. 

Cleary Sq., junction of Hyde Park Ave. and W. River. 

Cleveland street, from W. River to Brainard. 

Clifford sreet, from Milton to Readville trotting park. 

Collins street, from Metropolitan Ave. to Bradlee. 

Coleman street, from Cleveland near Brainard. 

Columbia road, "Rugby". 

Cottage street, from Water near Pumping station to Milton 

line. 
Cottage place, from Winslow. 

Dacey street, from Hyde Park Ave. to N.Y., N.H. & H. R.R. 
Dale street, from Clarendon Hills station to Boston line. 
Damon street, from Readville. 
Damrell avenue, "Pinehurst". 
Dana avenue, from Water to Milton line. 
Davison street, from Fairmount Ave. to Arlington. 
Dedham street, from W. Glenwood Ave. 
Dell avenue, from Central to Hyde Park Ave. 
Dell terrace, from Central. 
E. Glenwood Ave., from Hyde Park Ave. to Washington 

street. 
E. River street, from Everett Sq. to Boston line. 
Easton Ave., from Bridge street. 
Edson street, "Pinehurst". 
Elliot Ave., "Pinehurst". 
Elm street, from West to Arlington. 
Emmett street, from Hale. 
Everett square, junction of East and West River streets and 

Fairmount Ave. 
Everett street, from Central to Hyde Park Ave. 
Factory street, from Hyde Park Ave. to N.Y., N.H. & H. 

R.R. 
Fairmount Ave., from Everett Sq. to Milton line. 
Fairview Ave., from Atherton. 
Farrington. "Pinehurst". 



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Floral place, from Williams near Loring. 
Forest street, "Camp Ground". 
Foster street, from Water to Washington. 
Franklin street, from Sunnyside street to Thompson. 
Franklin terrace, fom Warren Ave. 
Frazer street, from Wood Ave. 
Fulton street, from Margin to A street. 
Garfield Ave., from Water to Washington. 
George street, from E. River near paper mills. 
Glenwood place, from Washington. 
Gordon Ave., from W. River to Grew's woods. 
Grant street, from Hyde Park Ave. to Neponset river. 
Green street, from Hyde Park Ave. to N.Y., N.H. & H. R.R. 
Greenwood Ave., from Greenwood Sq. to N.Y., N.H. &.H. 
R. R. 

Greenwood Sq., junction of Central-Westminster-Greenwood 

& Metropolitan. 
Grove street, from E. River to Davison. 
Hale street, from Gordon Ave. 

Hamilton street, from Milton to Readville trotting park. 
Harvard Ave., from W. River to Hyde Park Ave. 
Hawthorne street, from Prescott. 
Highland street, from Williams to Metropolitan. 
Hillside street, from W. River to Church. 
Hilton street, from West to Arlington. 
Holmfield Ave., from E. River to Neponset river. 
Hubbard street, from Metropolitan Ave. to Huntington Ave. 
Huntington Ave., from E. River to Boston line. 
Hyde Park Ave., from Boston line to Readville trotting 

park. 
Irving street, from Hyde Park Ave. at "Camp Ground". 
Jalleison street, at Clarendon Hills. 
Knight street, W. River to Readville at cotton mill. 
Lakeside Ave., from Sprague street. 
Le Fevre street, from E. River near paper mills. 
Lexington Ave., E. River to Westminster. , 



Lincoln street, E. River to Hyde Park Ave. 

Linden Ave., from Tileston. 

Linden street, from Chester. 

Linwood street, from W. River. 

Loring street, from Williams Ave. to Tyler. 

Loring street place, from Loring. 

Lyons street, from Readville. 

Madison street, from Hyde Park Ave. to Neponset river. 

Maple street, from W. River to Fairmount Ave. 

Margin street, from Hyde Park Ave. near woolen mill. 

Marion street, at "Pinehurst". 

Massasoit street, from E. River at "Holmfield". 

Mason street, from Hyde Park Ave. 

Mattakeeset street, from E. River at "Holmfield". 

Metropolitan Ave., from Boston line to Milton line. 

Milton street, from Paul's Bridge to Wolcott Sq. and from 

Sprague to Dedham line. 
Milton Ave., from Beacon to Milton line. 
Milton Sq., from Highland to Milton Ave. 
Monponset street, from E. River at "Holmfield''. 
Mount Pleasant street, from Pond to Summit. 
Nelson street, at "Pinehurst". 
Neponset Ave., from Water street to Milton line. 
New Bedford street, from Beacon. 
Newbern street, from Collins to Boston line. 
Norton street, from W. River to Readville. 
Norway park, from Warren to Summit. 
Nott street, from Fairmount Ave. 
Oak place, from Business street. 
Oak street, from Hyde Park Ave. to Maple. 
Oakwood street, from Wood Ave. 
Orchard street, at "Rugby". 
Osceola street, from E. River at "Holmfield". 
Page street, from Arlington to Central. 
Park street, from Arlington to Westminster. 
Parker street, at "Rugby". 



Parrot street, from Austin to Summer. 

Perkins Ave., from W. River to Childis. 

Pierce street, from Fairmount to Arlington. 

Pine street, from Hyde Park Ave. to Maple. 

Pine terrace, from Pine. 

Pinewood street, at "Rugby". 

Pleasant street, from Beacon to Metropolitan. 

Pond street, from Highland to Williams. 

Prescott street, from Hyde Park Ave. to Readville trotting 
park. 

Prospect street, from Warren to Williams. 

Providence street, from 431 Hyde Park Ave. to Metropoli- 
tan. 

Radcliffe road, at "Rugby". 

Radford place, from W. River. 

Railroad Ave., from Fairmount to Walter. 

Ralston road, at "Rugby". 

Ransom road, at "Rugby". 

Readville street, from W. River to Milton. 

Reddy Ave., from E. River. 

Regent road, from Blake. 

Regent street, from Sprague to Waterloo. 

Reservoir street, from Milton Ave. to Summit. 

Rich-Hood Ave., from Summit. 

Ridge road, at "Rugby". 

Riverside Sq., from Arlington to E. River. 

Roanoke road, at "Rugby". 

Rosa street, from E. River. 

Roseberry road, at "Rugby". 

Rosemont street, from Tileston. 

Roxanna street, from W. River to Sunnyside street. 

Ruskin road, at "Rugby". 

Rutledge road, at "Rugby". 

Safford street, from Metropolitan to Huntington. 

Sanford street, from W. River to Readville. 

Sheperds court, from W. Glenwood. 



Sprague street, from Regent to Dedham line. 
Stanley street, from Hyde Park Ave. at "Camp Ground". 
Station street, from Fairmount Station to Neponset river. 
Stark Ave., at "Pinehurst". 
Stoughton Ave., at "Pinehurst". 
Summer street, from' Gordon Ave. 
Summit street, from Metropolitan to Neponset Ave. 
Sunnyside Ave., from W. River. 
Sunnyside street, from W. Glenwood. 
Tchapitoulas street, near the rubber works. 
Thatcher street, from Hyde Park Ave. to Bradlee. 
Thompson street, from W. Glenwood. 
Tileston street, from E. River. 
Tina Ave., from Wood Ave. 
Tracton Ave., at "Rugby". 
Tyler street, from Water to Washington. 
Vanderbilt Ave., at "Rugby". 
Vaughan street, at "Pinehurst". 
Vose Ave., from Beacon to> Erie. 
Wachusett street, from E. River at "Holmfield". 
Walnut street, from Hyde Park Ave. to Fairmount Ave. 
Walnut place, from Walnut. 
Walter street, from E. River to Railroad. 
Warren Ave., from Neponset river to Milton line. 
Washington street, from Neponset Ave. to pumping station. 
Washington place, from Washington. 
Water street, from Fairmount Ave. to Neponset river. 
Water street court, from Water street. 
Waterloo street, from Readville street. 
Webster street, from E. River to Hyde Park Ave. 
West street, from Neponset river to Boston line. 
W. Glenwood Ave., from W. River to Stony Brook Reser- 
vation. 
W. River street, from Everett Sq. to Dedlham line. 
Westminster street, from Huntington Ave. to Providence St. 
Williams Ave., from Water to Milton line. 



Wilton street, from Hyde Park Ave. to Neponset river. 

Winslow street, from W. River to Childs. 

Winter street, from W. Glenwood Ave. 

Winthrop street, from Hyde Park Ave. to E. River. 

Wolcott court, from Milton street. 

Wolcott street, from Wolcott court. 

Wolcott square, junction of Hyde Park Ave.-Milton St.-and 

Prescott. 
Wolcott road, from Water street. 
Wood avenue, from E. River near paper mills. 
Woodland road, from Tileston. 



LOCATION OF FIRE ALARM BOXES. 



12. Cor. Business Street and Barry Place. 

13. Grew School. 

14. Cleveland and Childs Street. 

15. Alden's Store. 

16. Cotton Mills. 

17. Galligan's Store, Readville Street. 

18. Car Sheds, River Street. 

19. Hose 3 House, Readville. 

23. Unitarian Church, Mount Neponset. 

24. Woolen Mill, Special Box. 

25. American Tool. 

26. Hair Factory. 

27. Wolcott Square. 

28. Hyde Park Avenue, Entrance to Trotting Park. 

31. N. Y. & N. E. Crossing, Fairmount Avenue. 

32. Beacon Street and Milton Avenue. 

33. Electric Light Station, Bridge Street. 

34. Neponset Avenue and Water Street. 

35. Highland Street and Fairmount Avenue. 

36. Summit, street and Fairmount Avenue. 

37. Dana Avenue and Loring Street. 

38. Tyler Street and Washington St., Corriganville. 

42. Everett Square. 

43. Pierce and Walter Streets. 

45. West and River Streets. 

46. Metropolitan Avenue and River Street. 

47. Paper Mills. 

48. Rugby, Blake Street. 

49. Holmfield, River Street. 

51. Engine House. 

52. Webster Square. 

53. West Street and Hyde Park Avenue. 

54. Arlington Street and Central Avenue. 

55. Metropolitan Avenue, opp. Greenwood School. 

56. Thatcher Street and Hyde Park Avenue. 

57. Huntington Avenue and Thatcher Street. 

58. Colby's Store, Clarendon Hills. 

59. Huntington Avenue, Clarendon Hills. 

2. All out. 22. No School. 



OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF 
HYDE PARK. 

For the Year Ending March 2, 1903. 



SELECTMEN AND SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS : 

ALONZO W. DUNBAR, JAMES F. PRING, 

JOHN JOHNSTON, FRED Y. FRENCH, 

CHARLES E. PALMER. 



ASSESSORS : 

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



TOWN CLERK : 

HENRY B. TERRY. 



TOWN TREASURER : 

HENRY S. BUNTON. 



OVERSEERS OF THE POOR 

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



BOARD OF HEALTH. 

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



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COLLECTOR OF TAXES : 

GEORGE SANFORD, (for taxes of 1900). 
RANDOLPH P. MOSELEY, (for taxes of 1901 and 1902). 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE : 

ANDREW WASHBURN, 

EDWARD S. FELLOWS, 

FRANK F. COURTNEY, 

ELLA F. BOYD, . 

SAMUEL T. ELLIOTT, 

EDWARD I. HUMPHREY (Chairman), 

CHARLES G. CHICK, .... 

WILBUR H. POWERS, 

WILLIAM G. COLESWORTHY (resigned). 

FRED J. HUTCHINSON (chosen to fill vacancy), 



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SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 

FRANK O. DRAPER. 



AUDITORS 

FRED C. STONE (Chairman), 
FREDERICK G 



WILLIAM J. DOWNEY, 
KATZMANN. 



TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC 

EDWARD S. HAY WARD, . 
HENRY B. MINER (Chairman), 
JAMES R. CORTHELL, 
CHARLES G. CHICK, . 
G. FRED GRIDLEY, . 
FREDERICK L. JOHNSON, 
CHARLES F. JENNEY, 
AMOS H. BRAINARD, 
JOHN W. GRIFFIN, . 



LIBRARY : 

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CEMKTERY COMMISSIONERS 

CHARLES F. JENNEY, 

JOHN O'CONNELL, .... 

GEORGE E. WHITING, 

PARK COMMISSIONERS : 

FRANK B. RICH, 

JOHN J. ENNEKING (Chairman), 
LAWSON B. BIDWELL, 



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BOARD OF SEWER COMMISSIONERS : 

DAVID PERKINS (Chairman), . . term expires 1905 
WILLIAM U. FAIRBAIRN, . . term expires 1904 

CHARLES HALEY, .... term expires 1903 

CONSTABLES : 

ROBERT E. GRANT, JOHN M. BROWN, 

WILLIAM W. SCOTT, DANIEL O'CONNELL, 

WILLIAM WRAGG. 



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.- I903- 

FINANCE. 

The funded debt of the town January 31, 1902, was as 
follows : 

School building $4,000 

Sewerage 130,000 

Public Library building 19,000 

High School building 60,000 

Trescott School building 17,000 

$230,000 
In addition to the interest payments made during the 
year, $13,000 of the above bonds have been paid. 

At a special town meeting held September 12, 1902, it 
was voted to authorize a loan of $6000.00 for furniture 
and furnishings of the new High School building, $1000.- 
00 of the same to be paid each successive year until the 
same is fully paid. This makes the funded debt of the 
town January 31, 1903, as follows: 

School buildings $2,000 

Sewerage , 125,000 

Public Library building 17,000 

High School building 57,ooo 

Trescott school building 16,000 

Furniture and furnishings, High School 6,000 

$223,000 

During the coming year $14,000.00 of the above 
matures which will have to be provided for in the tax 

levy. 



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By vote of the town September 12, 1902, additional 

appropriations were made to be paid from the tax levy 

of 1903 as follows: 

Board of Health $4,000 

High School building 1,000 

Settlement suit Johanna Mc A skill 1,500 

Furnishing Trescott School building 400 

$6,900 
During the year the Town Treasurer under authority 
of vote of the town June 22, 1898, has borrowed for the 
benefit of the Sewer Commissioners, the sum of $15,- 
000.00. This in addition to $25,000.00 previously bor- 
rowed, makes $40,000.00 in anticipation of the issue of 
bonds authorized by Chapter 419 of the Acts of the Legis- 
lature for the year TS98. The town by vote has fixed the 
rate of interest on these bonds at four per cent. 

METROPOLITAN ASSESSMENTS. 

In 1902 the town paid in State assessments as follows: 

Parks $i3.35i-58 

Sewerage .... 6,097.29 

Water 2,187.72 

Readville Grade Crossing 11,457.49 

$33,094.08 
The assessments in 1901 were $19,793.20. 

State Tax, 1901, $6,142.50 1902, $5,265.00 

County " 1901, 7,498.50 1902, 7,042.95 

Tax rate, 1901, 17.80 1902, 18.10 

Total Valuation, 1901, $10,814,840.00 
" " 1902, 11,674,600.00 

That our town can show unsurpassed railroad facilities 

and other conditions necessary to conduct a successful 

and economical business, is evident to all who are seeking 

a location for manufacturing purposes; and has been 

taken advantage of to such an extent, that we con- 



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gratulate our citizens on the marked increase in the valu- 
ation during the last two years and also on the bright 
prospects for the future. The so-called Readville district 
is at the present time growing more rapidly than any 
other and already there is a demand to supplement the 
existing conditions with more and better streets in 
that locality. 

KNIGHT STREET. 
At the banquet given b}' the business men in Waverly 
Hall, Jan. 23, Mr. Foss of the Sturtevant Blower Co. 
(which is now building large machine works at Readville) 
proposed the opening up of Knight St. as a public way. 
This is a short street west of the Cotton Mill, extending 
from West River St. to Readville St. As a Town way it 
would be a great convenience to the public, — it would 
avoid the necessity of going around the pond, a distance 
of nearly half a mile, in order to gain between 500 or 600 
feet. It is also a necessity to enable the Town to success- 
fully care for the surface water on Readville St., to acquire 
a right of way over, or control a part of this street. This 
proposition should receive the thoughtful consideration 
of our citizens, especially, of our business men as there are 
problems connected with it which need careful study in 
order that the Town's interests may be protected if it is 
thought best to bring about this much needed improve- 
ment. 

NEW DAMON, REGENT AND WATERLOO 
STREETS. 

The local freight yard at which all goods are received 
and delivered for this district including a part of Milton, 
and all horses, etc., for the trotting park, is on the west 
side of the N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., near the new works 
of the Sturtevant Blower Co., and can only be reached by 



going over three private ways, viz : New Damon street, so 
called, built by the Sturtevant Co., to take the place of 
old Damon street, closed by the Town. Waterloo street 
which is practically impassable for heavy teaming, and Re- 
gent street which runs parallel with the railroad and is in 
very bad condition and a constant source of complaint. A 
part of this street ioo feet in length is owned by the State 
as part of the Metropolitan Park System. Regent street, 
from Milton street to Buckingham street was constructed 
by decree of the Grade Crossing Commissioners and so 
far is a Town way renamed Sprague street by the Town 
in March, 1902. An immense amount of freight is han- 
dled at this point during the year and in order for our 
manufacturers and others to arrive at the full benefit and 
enjoyment of their other advantages we must provide 
good roads over which heavy freight can be moved with 
ease and economy. When the subject is brought to the 
attention of the voters in Town Meeting we trust the ac- 
ceptance of these streets will be considered in a liberal and 
business like manner. The Town should adopt a policy 
that will have a tendency to encourage others to locate 
within its limits, as we are destined to become a great 
manufacturing town. 

SURFACE DRAINS. 
The matter of caring for the surface water on our streets 
should receive attention in the near future. Up to the 
present time in many sections, the Town has been able to 
turn it onto vacant land to be absorbed. As fast as build- 
ings are put up we have been forced to adopt other means 
for its disposal. To illustrate : For a number of years con- 
stant complaint has been made to the Selectmen about 
surface water in the west portion of Fairmount District. 
An underdrain should be constructed in Garfield Ave., 



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sufficient in size to care for the surface water coming- from" 
Washington St., the upper portion of Garfield Ave. and 
Loring St. This drain should extend across Water St. 
into a drain running- under the Midland Division to the 
Neponset river. Although this does not relieve the whole 
situation in that section it is by far the most pressing need 
at the present time. We have previously called attention 
to the condition of Readville St. caused by our inability 
to care for the surface water. During the past year the 
Board of Health, at considerable expense to the Town, 
was called upon to abate a public nuisance, caused by sur- 
face water flowing from this street on to Waterloo St. to 
the depth of 8 or 10 inches and standing until it became, 
stagnant and a menace to public health. We wish also to 
call attention to the condition of Milton St. At the time 
the street was built no attention was given to grading it 
in order to care for the surface water, no complaint being 
made by abuttors about it running over their land. 
Now however they protest against this method of dispos- 
ing of surface water and believe the Town should provide 
some other way. The remedy is to rebuild and regrade 
the street with the idea in view of doing away with this 
annoyance. 

GLENWOOD STATION CROSSING. 

The section of Fairmount District Southerly and West- 
erly from Dana Ave., and the Midland Div. of the N. Y., 
N. H. & H. R. R., is cut off from any direct communi- 
cation with the section Northerly and Westerly of the 
railroad and Neponset river. In 1901 the County Com- 
missioners were petitioned to lay out Water street as a 
County Road from Dana Ave. across the Neponset river 
to Milton street, in the Readville District. A hearing was 
given to the petitioners and in December of that year the 



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petition was dismissed. In 1902 a similar petition was. 
presented to the Selectmen asking them to lay out Water 
street as a public way, over practically the same route. 
After giving a hearing to all parties interested the Select- 
men took the matter under consideration and came to the 
conclusion, that a street laid out as petitioned for would 
not relieve the situation to any appreciable extent but in 
a measure would aggravate it, by delaying for an indefi- 
nite time the possibility or probability of securing an out- 
let across the railroad and river, where it was most needed 
and unanimously decided that public necessity and con- 
venience did not, at this time, require Water street, to be 
laid out as prayed for in the petition. The cost of build- 
ing a bridge for general traffic over the railroad and river 
practically prohibits any effort in that line, but after look- 
ing over the situation, not as engineers, but as business 
men we feel that it is not only possible but practicable 
to build a subway for foot passengers, under the railroad 
at Glenwood Station and cross the river by foot bridge, 
and we suggest that it would be a move in the right direc- 
tion to have a committee appointed to investigate the 
whole matter. Could direct communication be estab- 
lished here between the North and South sides of the 
Neponset river, it would bring into the market (and there- 
by increase our taxable property), a large tract of land 
which is not improved, because isolated, and on which 
could be built homes for mechanics and others who labor 
in our various manufacturing industries, and for which 
purpose it is especially adapted as most of it is high land, 
easily drained and located in the vicinity of most of our 
industries. 

We have briefly called attention to some of the essen- 
tials which in our judgment are necessary to a continu- 



ance of the growth of our manufacturing interests. They 
are all in the nature of permanent improvements, and will 
call for special appropriations. We also want our citizens 
to become interested enough to look over the changes 
suggested, in order to understand the nature of them 
and satisfy themselves that they ought to be made. 

STREETS. 
Mr. Clarence G. Norris was reappointed Superintend- 
ent of Streets and has been in charge of the Department 
during the year. All general repairs and permanent im- 
provements of Highways have been made under his direct 
supervision and we refer to his report made to the Select- 
men for a detailed statement of expenditures in his De- 
partment. 

PERAMEULATION OE BOUNDARY LINES. 
Perambulations were made as required by Statute, of 
the boundary lines between our town and the City of Bos- 
ton. Representatives of that city being present. In 
November a stone monument was set within the limits of 
Stony Brook Reservation on the boundary line between 
Boston and Hyde Park, at a point called the Summit, 
this point had previously been indicated by the stump of 
a pine tree. 

BLUE HILL STREET RAILWAY CO. 
On petition of the Directors of the Company the 
Selectmen in September last, granted an extension of time 
to October i, 1903. In granting their petition the Board 
felt it was simply doing an act of justice to the Company, 
as it was shown that inability to get a location through 
the Town of Milton, in order to connect the Canton and 
Readville ends of their track, was the cause of their be- 
ing unable to operate the road. 



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FIRE DEPARTMENT. 
Messrs. J. C. McDbugald, John H. Wetherbee and Wil- 
lis G. Robinson were reappointed as engineers of the Fire 
Department, and organized by the choice of John EL 
Wetherbee as Chief. The list of fires and other details of 
the Department will be found in their report on another 
page. There are at the present time one hundred and 
eighty-four hydrants, one being added to the number by 
vote of the town, September, 1902, and located near the 
new Trescott School Building, Rosemont street. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 
Our Police force the past year has consisted of Daniel 
O'Connell as Chief and patrolmen Robert Grant, J. A. 
Cullen, Fred C. Bigelow, Alexander Schwab, Elmer P. 
Runnels and Andrew W. Henderson. The above were 
all reappointments. For details connected with the ad- 
ministration of the Department we refer to the report of 
Chief O'Connell. 

ACTIONS AT LAW. 

Petitions by Charles F. Allen, et al, Trustees, for dam- 
ages to premises at the corner of Fairmount Ave., and 
Beacon street, and by Elizabeth S. Coleman, for damages 
to premises between Beacon street and the Neponset 
river, both arising from sewer construction, and described 
in previous annual reports, have been settled by the pay- 
ment by the town of $1,200, and taxable costs, in the 
Allen case, and in the Coleman case by the payment of 
$400. 

In the land damage cases of Washburn, Eustis, Hurter 
and Bursch, growing out of the taking by the Sewer 
Commissioners under the Sewer Act, more fully described 
in previous annual reports, all the petitioners filed ex- 
ceptions, which were pending at the publication of the 
last annual report. In May last the petitioners waived 



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their exceptions and judgments were entered upon the 
verdicts on May 8, 1902, 

Of the fifty-one petitions for land damages occasioned 
by the abolishment of grade crosings, fully described in 
preceding annual reports, all have been disposed of except 
Sawtelle v. Hyde Park, in which a verdict was ordered for 
the defendant by the Superior Court, on November 26th, 
last, and the case reported for the Supreme Judicial Court, 
where the same is now pending. 

In the petition Wm. B. de las Casas, et al., for appoint- 
ment of commissioners to determine payment by cities 
and towns under Acts of 1899, chapter 419, more fully 
described in previous annual reports, and which was pend- 
ing before the Supreme Judicial Court at the publication 
of the last annual report, upon objections by the towns of 
Brookline and Milton to the commissioners' supplemental 
award, a decision has been handed down by the court 
accepting the commissioners' supplemental award. See 
180 Mass. p. 471. 

Peter Rogers v. Hyde Park, an action for personal in- 
juries occasioned by alleged obstruction in the sidewalk 
on Water street, described in the last annual report, pend- 
ing in the Superior Court for Norfolk County, is on the 
January trial calendar and may be reached for trial before 
the publication of this report. 

The case of Johanna McAskill v. Hyde Park, action 
for damages in $5,000, for personal injuries received by 
stepping into a hole in the sidewalk in Fairmount Ave., 
more fully described in the last annual report, has been 
settled, pursuant to a vote of the town, by the payment to 
the plaintiff of $1,500, and entry to that effect has been 
made on the Court Record. 

Catherine E. Stanford v. Hyde Park. Action for per- 
gonal injuries owing to an alleged defect in the highway 



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at the juncion of River and Monponset streets, more fully- 
described in the last annual report, is on the January trial 
calendar. 

Thomas Rooney v. Hyde Park and John Cavanagh 
& Co., action of tort arising from alleged defect in the 
highway in Damon street, near its junction with the tracks 
of the N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., and more fully described 
in the last annual report, is on the January trial calendar. 

Mary D. Hammond v. Hyde Park, and J. Forest Ham- 
mond v. Hyde Park, actions brought by Joseph W. Ham- 
mond, the father and next friend of the minor plaintiffs, 
claiming damages in $10,000, in each case, for alleged un- 
lawful expulsion and exclusion from the public schools of 
the town on or about January 7th, 1902. Writs dated Jan- 
uary 30, 1902, returnable in the Superior Court for Nor- 
folk County in the following March. On or about January 
13, 1902, the father of the minor plaintiffs applied to the 
School Committee for a statement in writing of the rea- 
sons for the alleged exclusion and received the following 
communication from the Committee, dated January 27, 
which accurately states the facts : 

Your communication of the 13th inst. is received, and 
your request for the reasons for the exclusion of your 
children, viz: J. Forest Flammond and Mary D. Ham- 
mond, from the public schools by action of this committee,, 
has been considered, and complying with your demand we 
submit the following, viz : — 

The School Committee of Hyde Park on November 
25 last, received notice from the Board of Health of said 
town "That the dread disease, small-pox had appeared in 
the town,*' with a recommendation from said Board of 
Health "That all pupils holding or presenting certificates 
stating that they are unfit subjects for vaccination be re- 
moved from the schools forthwith and kept therefrom 



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until the expiration of such time as the Board of Health 
shall determine that there is no danger from contagion.'' 
That acting upon this recommendation from the Board of 
Health, the School Committee at its regular meeting held 
on November 25th last, voted : "That all unvaccinated 
children be suspended from school after Wednesday, No- 
vember 27, at 12 o'clock, until such time as the Board of 
Health shall certify that they may safely return, and that 
the superintendent notify the teachers of this vote at 
once." 

That subsequently, viz: under date of December 18 last, 
the School Committee were again notified by the Board 
of Health as follows : "In view of the great danger of an 
epidemic of small-pox becoming prevalent in our com- 
munity, the Board of Health very strongly urge that no 
pupils be admitted to the public schools who cannot pre- 
sent a certificate of recent and successful vaccination, to in- 
clude all those and to apply to all those who present certifi- 
cates that they are unfit subjects for vaccination; the feel- 
ing of the Board of Health being that pupils who are unfit 
subjects for vaccination are unfit subjects to be in the pub- 
lic schools. Pupils who have recently been unsuccessfully 
vaccinated should be permitted in the schools only until 
time had elapsed sufficient for it to be made certain that it 
has not had proper effect, when it should be repeated." 
This communication was referred to a sub-committee for 
investigation and report. 

The public schools were closed upon December 24, at 
noon for a holiday vacation of two weeks. At the regular 
meeting of the school committee held on December 30, 
the sub- committee reported upon the communication from 
the Board of Health, and the subject was further care- 
fully considered and investigated, and in view of the in- 
formation received from the Board of Health and recom- 



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mendations made by that Board tending to prevent this 
-contagious disease becoming epidemic, and for the safety 
of the community, and acting under its general powers to 
make reasonable rules and regulations for the government 
of the public schools, it was voted by the school com- 
mittee ''To exclude from attendance all unvaccinated chil- 
dren and also all children who do not present a certificate 
of re- vaccination, as required by the Board of Health, 
until such time as this committee may become satisfied 
that the imminent danger from contagion of small-pox 
in our town has ceased." 

It was then further voted by the committee that the 
members of the committee, teachers, janitors and truant 
officers be authorized to remove from the schools any pu- 
pils who failed to comply with this vote. 

These regulations were communicated to the superin- 
tendent and all teachers at the opening of the public 
schools January 6, 1902. 

Your children, the said J. Forest Hammond and Mary 
D.Hammond, after being notified of the foregoing regula- 
tions, presented themselves in our public schools without 
the required certificate of vaccination and contrary to said 
votes and regulations of this committee, and were there- 
fore removed and stand excluded until they comply with 
said regulations or the reasons for the said regulation^ 
shall have ceased. 

Notwithstanding the above communication, the afore- 
said suits were brought. The town claims that whatever 
was done by the school committee was done in good faith, 
for the safety and welfare of the public schools, pursuant 
to its rules and regulations and by virtue of the statutes of 
this Commonwealth. The cases are on the January trial 
calendar. 



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Joseph J. Dunn v. Hyde Park. Action for injuries al- 
leged to have been received while plaintiff was riding a 
bicycle at the corner of Westminster St. and Greenwood 
Sq., by reason of a defect in the highway consisting of 
stones alleged to have been placed in the street by the 
town in the course of the construction of a sewer. Writ 
dated Feb. 18, 1902, returnable in April, 1902. Ad- 
damnum, $5,000. Demurrer to the maintenance of the 
action, filed by the town. Pending. 

Philip Rosenberg v. Hyde Park. Action for injuries al- 
leged to have been received by the plaintiff by being 
thrown from his wagon by a collision with a wooden horse 
or barrier in the highway on Hyde Park Ave., near its 
junction with River St. Writ dated August 4, 1902, re- 
turnable in the District Court for Northern Norfolk Au- 
gust 16th last. Addamnum, $1,000. Upon trial, the court 
rendered a decision in favor of the town, and the plaintiff 
appealed to the Superior Court where the case is now 
pending. 

Patrick Milan v. Hyde Park. Petition for damages for 
alleged draining of well on petitioner's premises on Easton 
Ave., by construction of a sewer by the town on said 
avenue. Petition dated August 28, 1902, returnable in the 
Superior Court for Norfolk County in October, 1902. 
Pending. 

ALONZO W. DUNBAR, 
JOHN JOHNSTON, 
, JAMES F. PRING, 
FRED Y. FRENCH, 
CHARLES E. PALMER, 
Selectmen of Hyde Park. 



JURY LIST. 



The following names have been selected as a 
list of jurors, to be presented to the town at its next 
meeting, for revision and acceptance according to 
law. 



Adams, Herbert L. 
Adler, George H. 
Albee, Frank H. 
Alexander, William G. 
Allen, James Webster 
Anderson, William 
Andrews, Theodore F. 
Appell, John 
Arnold, Augustus F. 
Arnold, Henry F., Jr. 
Balkam, Gilbert 
Barry, John L. 
Bartholomew, Myron H. 
Bass, George G. 
Bates, John R. 
Beals, Charles 
Bentham, Harry G. 
Berry, Winfield S. 
Bickford, Leroy M. 
Bickmore, Albion P. 
Blackmer, Fred E. 
Blaisdell, Albert J. 
Blodgett, Silas P. 
Boardman, Henry E. 
Bodfish, William H. 
Bolton, Fred A. 
Boylan, Stephen 
Brady, George T. 
Brooks, John L. 
Bryant, Fred H. 
Bullard, Isaac 
Bullard, John D. 
Campbell, Robert B. 
Carten Austin F. 
Chandler, Edwin J. 
Choate, George W. 
Cleveland, Alden T. 



Cluff, Daniel E. 
Cochran, Geo. H. 
Cogan, Andrew 
Cook, F. J. 
Collins, Edward W. 
Corbett, William L. 
Cotter, Henry 
Cottle, Arthur W. 
Coughlin, Cornelius A. 
Covell, Charles A. 
Coveney, Dennis J. 
Cross, Edward W. 
Crowley, John A. 
Cundall, Emmons McL. 
Curten, John 
Daly, William B. 
Damon, Roscoe 
Davis, Sidney L. 
Deagle, William C. 
Dean, Alexis C. 
Dean, Henry M. 
Dean, H. M., Jr. 
Dean, Richard A. 
Downey, Thomas F. 
Downing, Alfred 
Drinkwater, Joseph W. 
Dyer, Eldridge H. 
Fall, James B. 
Fanning, Patrick F. 
Farrell, Frank R. 
Farwell, Edwin C. 
Faunce, Thomas E. 
Fellows, Calvin P. 
Fisher, Nathaniel C. 
French, Lemuel B. 
Gallagher, John J. 
Galvin, T. M. 



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Gardiner, George M. 
Garside, Joseph 
George, Frank L. 
Gray, William A. 
Greenwood, Herbert 
Griffiths, Charles T. 
Hale, Harry L. 
Hall, Caleb 
Hall, Leonard W. 
Hamblin, Benj. L. 
Hamblin, Howard M. 
Haskell, George R. 
Haskell, John 
Haslam, Frank H. P. 
Hathaway, Edward S. 
Hawes, Charles E. 
Higgins, Henry D. 
Holtham, William 
Howes, Alfred E. 
Hyde, Edward L. 
Jackson, James W. 
Jackson, T. Edward 
Jigger, John W. 
Katzmann, Percy A. 
Kearney, Edward H. 
Kelleher, Charles L. 
Kilroy, Martin Joseph 
King, George D. 
Long, George A. 
McAfee, John W. 
McLeod, Clifford J. 
McMahon, John W. 
Melzard, John H. 
Merrill, Ansel L." 
Monroe, Andrew J. 
Munroe, Walter H. 
Murphy, Stephen 



HYDE PARK, March 10 



Murray, Timothy H. 
Noyes, George E. 
O'Hearn, James A. 
Pendleton, Edward B. 
Perry, Edward E. 
Plummer, Wilmot H. 
Pommer, Robert E. 
Preston, William D. 
Preston, J. A. 
Rafter, D. J. 
Reed, Arthur E. 
Rich, Fred A. 
Roberts, Henry M. 
Scott, Robert, Jr. 
Smith, Melville 
Smith, S. Lawson 
Sparrell, Robert R. 
Sparrell, William P. 
Stack, Thomas 
Stevens, Harry C. 
Swallow, Darwin F. 
Tooher, William H. 
Tower, Clement B., Jr. 
Towle, Charles A. 
Tuckerman, John H. 
Tyler, Frank H. 
Upham, L. Frank 
Waters, Clarke 
Waters, Thomas S. 
Webber, Lincoln E. 
Whiting, Edwin 
Wightman, James T. 
Williams, Nathaniel R. 
Winward, Walter 
Woodworth, T. H. 
Yeaton, Charles E. 

ALONZO W. DUNBAR, 
JOHN JOHNSTON, 
JAMES F. PRTNG 
FRED Y. FRENCH, 
CHARLES E. PALMER, 

902. Selectmen of Hyde Park. 



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



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



March 3, 1902. 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 per- 
son voted for at this election was as follows : 

Overseer of the Poor. 

*George E. Haven, 981 

Orison W. Lawrence, 272 

Board of Health. 

* Willard S . Everett, 1 , 086 

Auditors. 

*William J. Downey, 775 

*Frederick G. Katzmann, 760 

Walter T. McDonough, 312 

♦Frederic C. Stone, 855 

Frank C. Titcomb, 679 

School Committee. 

* Frank F. Courtney, 1,046 

*Fdward S. Fellows, 1,068 

*Andrew Washburn, 1,045 

Trustees of the Public Library. 

*James R. Corthell, 992 

*Edward S. Hayward, 1,010 

*Henry B. Miner, 1,018 

Sewer Commissioner. 

Bartlett J. Brown, 357 

William S. B. Gould, 185 

*David Perkins, 639 



Selectmen and Surveyors 


of 


Highways. 




*Alonzo W. Dunbar, 


805 


Thomas E. Faunce, 


557 


*Fred Y. French 


719 


John J. Gallagher, 


279 


*John Johnston, 


932 


Thomas J. McKenna, 


45 2 


*Charles E. Palmer, 


704 


*James F. Pring, 


856 


Arthur E. Reed, 


189 


Howard S. Thompson, 


643 


Town Clerk. 




*Henry B. Terry 


x , 2 33 



Town Treasurer. 
*Henry S. Bunton, 



1,223 



Collector of Taxes. 

William F. Mclntyre, 385 

*Randolph P. Moseley, 1,026 



Assessors. 
♦George W. Chapman, 
*Frank Greenwood, 
♦Charles F. Morrison, 

Charles E. Yeaton, 
♦Declared elected. 



1,058 
978 

1,018 
54t 



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Constables. 




*John M. Brown, 


827 


Cyrus Gorman, 


570 


*Robert F- Grant, 


1,094 


*Daniel O'Connell, 


826 


*William W. Scott, 


924 


Andrew L. Sherman, 


55° 


*William Wragg, 


639 



Park Commissioner. 

*Frank B. Rich, 1,038 

Tree "Warden. 

*George Anderson, 1,066 



"Shall licenses be granted for the sale of intoxicating liquors in 
this town?" Yes, 590; No, 809. 

The following were chosen by viva voce vote to the of- 
fice set against their names : 

Bartholomew B. Kivlin, ~\ 

Andrew J. Monroe, > Fence Viewers. 

Jotham C. Rockwood, J 

Bartholomew B. Kivlin, ) 

Jotham C. Rockwood, > Field Drivers. 

Henry V. Harwood, ; 

Bartholomew B. Kivlin, Pound Keeper. 

Adjourned at 8.26 P.M. 



March 26, 1902, a town meeting was held in Waverly 
Hall, when the following articles were acted upon : 

Art. 1. To choose a moderator to preside at said 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 1901. 
Given "to the Public 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 side- 
walk, street or Board of Health assessments or betterments, 



*Declared elected. 



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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 Treasurer, 
with the approval of the Selectmen, to borrow money to 
renew or replace any loan or loans. 

So authorized. 

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 municipal year. 

All salaries to be same as paid last year. 

Art. it. To' determine what compensation shall be al- 
lowed the Clerk of the Eoard 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 }^ear. 

Same as last year, ($250). 



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

Same as last year, (Chief Engineer, $150; Assistant-Engi- 
neers, $125 each; 4 "Permanent 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 1, 1902, 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 hun- 
dred dollars to Post 121, Grand Army of the Republic, for 
the expense of decorating the graves of deceased soldiers. 

So appropriated. 

Art. 16. To hear the reports of any outstanding com- 
mittees, and act thereon. 
Indefinitely postponed. 

Art. 17. To see if the town will vote to drain and repair 
Readville street, and appropriate money therefor. 

After much debate this article was "indefinitely post- 
poned." 

Art. 18. 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 
lights to be placed as follows : Three incandescent lights 
on Monponset street, and two incandescent lights on 
Wood avenue. 

vSo authorized. 

Art. 19. "To see if the town will vote to pay its town 
laborers two dollars per day." 

Voted so to do, beginning 1st of April next. 



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Art. 20. 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 
$179,885.00, and to appropriate the same as follows: 



Schools, 








Salaries and Fuel, 


#39 


000 




Incidentals, 


6 


000 




Text Books and Supplies, 


3 


000 




Evening Schools, 


1 


000 




Industrial Schools, 




400 


$49,400 








Bonds and Notes Maturing, 






13,000 


Interest, 






11,000 


Highways, 






20,000 


Repairs on Business Street, 






1,600 


Repairs on West River Street, 






1,600 


Repairs on Hyde Park Avenue, 






2,500 


Street Watering, 






4,50° 


Incidentals, 






10,000 


Police, 






10,000 


Fire Department, 






11,300 


Support of Poor, 






9,500 


Street Lights, 






10,700 


Public Library, 






4,000 


Salaries, 






5,58S 


For use of the Board of Health, 






10,500 


G. A: R. Post, 






200 « 


Insurance 






1,500 


Voted last January, payable in 1902, 






3,000 



$179,885 

Art. 21. To see if the town will empower and instruct 
the Trustees of the Public Library "to let Weld Hall" to 
the Hyde Park Historical Society "for a nominal annual 
consideration, for such period as said hall may not be 
needed for public library purposes." 

Voted that the trustees "be authorized" so to do. 



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Art. 22. To see if the town will change the name of that 
part of Regent street which is now a public way, to 
Sprague street. 

Voted so to do. 

Art. 23. To see if the town will appoint a committee to 
consider the matter of a police signal system for the town. 

The Moderator appointed Messrs. Fred J. Hutchinson, 
Daniel O'Connell, Frank B. Rich, Henry B. Carrington and 
Francis W. Darling a committee to consider this matter and 
report to the town at a future meeting. 

Art. 24. To see what amount the town will authorize its 
Treasurer to borrow, in anticipation of the tax to be levied 
the current year. 

Authorized, with the approval of the Selectmen, to borrow 
one hundred twenty-five thousand dollars. 

Adjourned at 9.47 P. M. 



Sept. 12, 1902. A town meeting was held in Waverly 
Hall, when the following articles were acted upon : 

Art. 1. To choose a moderator to preside at said meet- 
ing. 

Charles G. Chick, Esq., was chosen. 

Art. 2. To hear the report of the selectmen laying out a 
part of Tileston street, as a public town way, and to see if 
the town will accept and allow said laying out with the 
boundaries and measurements of said way as shown by re- 
port, plan and profile now on file in the town clerk's office, 
and appropriate money to build said street. 

This report was accepted and allowed, and $400 appropri- 
ated to build said street ; said money to be taken from money 
in the treasury, received on account of the "High Level 
Sewer.'' 



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Art. 3. To hear the report of the selectmen laying out 
a part of Rosemont street as a public town way, and to 
see if the town will accept and allow said laying out with 
the boundaries and measurements of said way as shown by 
report, plan and profile now on file in the town clerk's 
office, and appropriate money to build said street. 

This report was accepted and allowed and $750 appro- 
priated to build said street; said money to be taken from 
money now in the treasury, received on account of the "High 
Level Sewer." 

Art. 4. To see if the town will appropriate a sum of 
money, not exceeding one thousand dollars, for the pur- 
pose of repairing the "Beacon street drain," so called. 

$1,000 appropriated for this purpose. $355.92 to be taken 
from money in treasury received on account of "High Level 
Sewer" and $644.08 to be transferred from "incidentals." 

Art. 5. To see what sum the town will appropriate for 
the use of the board of health. 

$4,000 appropriated for this purpose, the same to be 
raised by taxation next year. 

Art. 6. To see what sum of money the town will ap- 
propriate to complete the new high school building, and 
how the same shall be raised. 

$5,024.49 appropriated for this purpose, to be raised as 
follows: $3,054.49 from money in the treasury received on 
account of the "High Level Sewer"; $475 from money re- 
ceived from sale of old school buildings; $495 from money 
received as fines in criminal cases; and $1,000 to be raised by 
taxation next year. 

Art. 7. To see what sum of money the town will appro- 
priate for the purchase of furniture and furnishings for the 
new high school building, and how the same shall be 
raised. 



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$6,000 appropriated therefor, $1,000 to be paid each suc- 
cessive year until fully paid. 

Art. 8. To see what action the town will take in regard 
'to abolishing grade crossings in this town. 

The Selectmen were "instructed to petition the Superior 
Court for the appointment of a commission of three disinter- 
ested persons, a? provided by law, to determine what alter- 
ations are necessary and shall be made at the Fairmount Ave. 
and Bridge St. railroad crossings in this town and in the ap- 
proaches thereto, to abolish said crossings at grade." 

Art. 9. To see if the town will accept the provisions of 
Chapter 346 of the acts and resolves passed by the legisla- 
ture of Massachusetts during the session of 1902, the same 
being "An act to provide that moderators of town meet- 
ings may be elected for terms of one year." 

Indefinitely postponed. 

Art. 10. To see if the town will authorize its selectmen 
to contract, in behalf of the town, with the Hyde Park 
Water Company, for the remainder of the term of the 
town's contract with said company, for one additional fire 
hydrant to be placed on Rosemont street. 

So authorized. 

Art. it. To see if the town will appoint a committee to 
consider, and report to the town what additions, altera- 
tions or amendments, if any, to our present town by-laws 
should, in its opinion be made, and also which of said by- 
laws, if any, should be repealed. 

Messrs. Alonzo W. Dunbar, Wilbur H. Powers, Andrew 
Washburn, Daniel O'Connell and James Sheridan were ap- 
pointed by the Moderator as a committee to consider this 
subject. 

Art. 12. To see if the town will vote to amend article 
fifteen of the "by-laws relating to the prevention of fires 
and the preservation of life," adopted by the town, at a 



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meeting of its legal voters held in Waverly Hall in said 
town, December 15, A. D. 1897, and approved by the Su- 
perior Court, for the County of Norfolk, on January 2j, 
A. D. 1898, by striking out the words "from land border- 
ing on the southerly side of Oak street, and including all 
land adjoining Oak street;" said word commencing after 
the word "avenue" on the fifth line of said article as 
printed in the approved copy of said by-laws on file with 
the town clerk, and ending before the words "to Everett 
street" in the seventh line as printed as aforesaid, and the 
following words be inserted therefor, "on the easterly side 
from the northerly side of Oak street," and that after the 
words "Everett street" and before the words "Harvard 
avenue," on the seventh line of said article, as printed as 
aforesaid the following words be inserted: "Hyde Park 
avenue on the westerly side, from the northerly side of 
Pine street extension, so called, to a point on said Hyde 
Park avenue, opposite the southerly line of Everett street." 
By-Laws were amended as above set forth. 

Art. 13. To see if the town will appropriate the sum of 
fifteen hundred dollars with which to settle the case of 
Johanna McAskill vs. the town of Hyde Park, now pend- 
ing in the Superior Court for said County of Norfolk. 

$1,500 appropriated for this purpose, the same to< be raised 
by taxation next year. 

Art 14. To hear the report of any outstanding commit- 
tee, and act thereon. 

The committee on "the School House in the East River 
St. District," made a report of its doings, and this report 
was accepted. 

Art. 15. To see what sum of money the town will ap- 
propriate for the purchase of furniture and furnishings for 
the new school building on Rosemont street. 



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$400 appropriated therefor, the same to be raised by taxa- 
tion next year. 

Art. 1 6. To see if the town will vote to convey to the 
B. F. Sturtevant company two small parcels of land, the 
same being now a part of the Damon school house lot on 
Readville street, in exchange for two small parcels of land 
to be conveyed to the town by said company, the same 
being a part of the lands of said company, and adjoining 
said school house lot; and to authorize the selectmen to 
execute and deliver, in behalf of this town, such deed or 
deeds as may be requisite in the premises. Said convey- 
ances to be made for the purpose of rearranging the lines 
of said school house lot. 

Voted "that the town make such exchange" and Selectmen 
were authorized to execute proper deeds therefor. 

Adjourned at 9.26 p. m. 



November 4, 1902. The annual election of State, Dis- 
trict 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. 

The number of votes received for the various candi- 
dates was as follows : 

For Governor 

John L. Bates, Republican 923 

Michael T. Berry, Socialist Labor Norn. Paper .... 27 

John C. Chase, Socialist 273 

William A. Gaston, Democratic 533 

William H. Partridge, Prohibition . . . 20 

Blanks 37 



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For Lieutenant Governor 

John Ouincy Adams, Socialist 312 

Thomas F. Brennan, Socialist Labor Nom. Paper . . 40 

Oliver W. Cobb, Prohibition 30 

Curtis Guild, Jr., Republican 936 

Herbert C. Joyner, Democratic 440 

Blanks 55 

For Secretary 

Edward A. Buckland, Socialist 292 

Herbert B. Griffin, Prohibition 30 

Jeremiah O'Fihelly, Socialist Labor Nom. Paper ... 39 

William M. Olin, Republican 976 

Willmore B. Stone, Democratic 394 

Blanks 82 

Fo>r Treasurer 

Edward S. Bradford, Republican 970 

Joseph L. Chalifoux, Democratic 393 

Frederick A. Nagler. Socialist Labor Nom. Paper . . 32 

Daniel Parlin, Prohibition 31 

David Taylor, Socialist 281 

Blanks 106 

For Auditor 

David Morrison, Prohibition 46 

S. Fremont Packard, Socialist 295 

Charles Stoeber, Socialist Labor Nom. Paper 32 

Thomas C. Thacher, Democratic 412 

Henry E. Turner, Republican 920 

Blanks 108 

For Attorney-General 

Allen Coffin, Prohibition 38 

Charles E. Fenner, Socialist 281 

John J. Flaherty, Democratic 394 



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John A. Henley, Socialist Labor Nom. Paper 35 

Herbert Parker, Republican 972 

Blanks 93 

For Representative in Congress 

J. Frank Hayward, Socialist 337 

Napoleon B. Johnson, Prohibition 25 

Samuel L. Powers, Republican 912 

Frederic J. Stirnson, Democratic 467 

Blanks 72 

For Councillor — Second District 

Gustave B. Bates, Socialist 321 

John T. Kennedy, Democratic 410 

Arthur A. Maxwell, Republican 930 

Robert S. Maxwell, Republican Citizen Nom. Paper, 33 
Blanks 119 

For Senator — First Norfolk District 

Albert A. Brackett, Republican 876 

Edwin C. Jenney, Democratic 563 

William M. Packard, Socialist 311 

Blanks 63 

For Representative in General Court 

Edward Q. Dyer, Republican 1022 

John J. Gallagher, Socialist 376 

Robert B. Martin, Democratic 294 

Scattering and Blanks 121 

For County Commissioner 

William E. Badger. Republican 746 

Daniel H. Coleman, Socialist 290 

Marshall P. Wright, Repub. Tnd. Nom. Paper, Dem.,692 
Scattering and Blanks 85 



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A town meeting was held in Waverly Hall on January 
22, 1903, at which the following articles were acted upon : 

Art. 1. To choose a moderator to preside at said meet- 
ing. 

William T. Carroll, Esq., was chosen. 

Art. 2. To see if the town will appropriate the money 
now in the hands of its treasurer, received by him prior to 
November 1, 1902, under the provisions of Sections 44, 
46, 47, 61 and 62 of Chapter 14 of the Revised Laws for 
the construction, repair and maintenance of its public 
ways, and the removal of snow therefrom. 

So appropriated. ; .- • \ ' '" ■ 4 >\4 

Art. 3. To hear the report of any outstanding commit- 
tee and act thereon. 

The Committee on "High School Building" reported its 
doings, and the report was accepted. 

Art. 4. To make an additional appropriation for the 
support of the poor. 

$1,000 was transferred from "incidentals" to "support of 

pOOr." .: I ,;-/-; ^ , :; 

Art. 5. "To see if the town will instruct the Selectmen 
to appear before the General Court in favor of, and by the 
representative to the General Court to support the peti- 
tion calling for the passage by the General Court and sub- 
mission to the people of a constitutional amendment to 
allow municipalities to establish fuel yards." 

Voted to so instruct the Selectmen. 

Art. 6. "To see if the town will vote to instruct the rep- 
resentatives to the General Court that the Congress of the 
United States be memorialized to secure national owner- 
ship of the coal mines." 

Voted to so instruct the representatives. 



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Art. 7. "To see if the town will vote to immediately 
elect by a yea and nay vote a committee of five to obtain 
information in regard to the minimum amount of money 
necessary to establish a coal and wood yard. Such com- 
mittee to serve without pay and make a report at the next 
town meeting." 

Messrs. Albert E. Tibbetts, John J. Gallagher, J. Frank 
Hay ward, Stephen Murphy and William T. Carroll were 
chosen, by a yea and nay vote, a committee to procure the 
information sought by this article. 

Adjourned at 8.50 P. M. 



REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT 
OF STREETS. 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen: 

Gentlemen — I herewith submit to you my report as Su- 
perintendent of Streets for the year ending January 31, 

I9°3- 

There have been built of streets as follows: 17,600 
square yards with crushed stone and 2,900 square yards 
with gravel, and there have been resurfaced 9,500 square 
yards with crushed stone and 30,000 square yards with 
gravel. 

Of sidewalks there have been constructed : 2,300 square 
yards with gravel or cinders, 205 square yards with tar 
concrete and 142 square yards with granolithic. 

There have been resurfaced 4,530 square yards with 
gravel, 600 square yards with crushed stone dust and 6,570 
square yards with tar concrete. 

Three hundred feet of gutter has been paved and 500 
feet repaved. There has been set 380 feet of edgestone 
and 590 feet reset. 195 square yards of granite flagging 
crosswalks have been laid and 85 square yards of tar con- 
crete crosswalk. There has been laid 500 feet of drain 
pipe, 90 feet relaid and a 28-inch concrete pipe, 616 feet 
long, has been built along the line of the Beacon street 
drain. Seven catch basins have been built. 

There have been used upon the streets and sidewalks 
5,824 tons of crushed stone, 2, 758 double loads and 1,207 
single loads of gravel and about 800 loads of cinders. Of 
the crushed stone 5,650 tons came from the town plant and 
174 tons from the Sallie's Rock tunnel. There are about 



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yoo tons of crushed stone and 600 tons of stone dust on 
hand at the town plant. 

For bridge repairs $900 have been expended. There 
have been 106 street signs renewed and 20 new ones put 
up. 

General repairs cost $4,987.89. 

Removal of snow and ice cost $2,141.18. 

Steam Roller: Supplies, labor and repairs cost $1,021.- 
11 and it was in use 19 weeks. 

Stone crushing: Supplies, labor and repairs cost 
$4,702.67. 

Maintenance of tools and wagons cost $640. 

One watering cart has been added at an expense of 
$244. The repairs on watering carts and cranes cost 
$498.75. 

Of the holes reported to me in our streets and sidewalks, 
54 were due to sewer construction and sewer connections, 
20 were due to water pipe laying and 12 to gas pipe lay- 
ing. 

A detail statement of the main expenditures upon the 
streets and sidewalks follows: 

Albion St. — Graveling and resetting edgestones, $225. 
Resurfacing tar sidewalks, $140. 

Arlington St. — Removing edgestone and loam at Cen- 
tral Ave. and replacing with crushed stone and gravel, $60. 
Tar concrete sidewalk and crosswalk, $23. 

Barry St. — Resurfacing with gravel, $40. 

Beacon St. — Resurfacing with gravel, $40. Resurfacing 
tar sidewalks and changing edgestones, $190. 

Bridge St. — Building catchbasins and piping at Water 
St., $110. 

Business St. — 4,200 square yards of macadam, $1,480. 
Building catch basins and piping at Glenwood Ave., $160. 



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Catch basins — Construction and maintenance cost $600. 

Central Ave. — Resurfacing tar sidewalks, $146.50. 

Charles St. — Resurfacing with gravel, $310. 

Childs St.- — Resurfacing with gravel from Glenwood 
Ave. to Perkins Ave., $320. Repairs to sidewalks and 
gutters, Perkins Ave. to Gordon Ave., $50. 

Cleveland St. — Resurfacing with gravel from Childs St. 
to River St., $140. 

Dana Ave. — Edgestone at the corner of Water St., $38. 

Everett St. — Resurfacing sidewalks with gravel, $30. 

E. River St. — 1,800 square yards macadam, $840. 
Edgestone, $135. Catch basin corner Webster St., $60. 
Resurfacing with crushed stone, $50. 135 square yards 
granolithic sidewalk, $230. Gravel resurfacing of side- 
walks, $100. Resurfacing tar concrete sidewalks, $85.50. 

Fairmount Ave. — Gravel resurfacing, $400. Resurfac- 
ing tar concrete sidewalks, $275. 

Gordon Ave. — Resurfacing tar concrete sidewalks, $80. 

Harvard Ave. — Resurfacing sidewalks with tar con- 
crete, $180.25 ; with gravel, $30. 

Highland St. — Resurfacing sidewalks with, tar concrete, 
$50.25 ; with stone dust, S40. 

Hyde Park Ave. — 6,800 square yards macadam, $3,000. 
Resurfacing from Milton St. to Hawthorne St. with 
crushed stone, $590. Resurfacing from West St. to P. O. 
Sq. with crushed stone and gravel, $740. Paving at the 
Fire Engine House, $320. Resurfacing tar concrete side- 
walks, $125. 186 square yards new tar concrete sidewalks, 
$93. New edgestone, $184. Graveling sidewalks, $60. 

Loring St. — Resurfacing, $60. Resurfacing sidewalks, 
$105. 

Maple St. — Resurfacing, $30. Resurfacing tar concrete 
sidewalks, $170. 



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Milton St. — Resurfacing- with gravel from Hyde Park 
Ave. to Paul's Bridge, $850. Resurfacing sidewalks, $75. 

Milton Ave. — Gravel resurfacing, $110. 

Oak St. — Resurfacing tar concrete, $80. 

Pleasant St. — Resurfacing with gravel, $250. Resurfac- 
ing sidewalks with gravel, $25. 

Pond St. — Resurfacing with gravel, $90. 

Prospect St. — Resurfacing with gravel, $230. 

Rosemont St. — Building with gravel, $500. Building 
sidewalks with gravel and cinders, $200. 

Sprague St. — Resurfacing, $90. Resurfacing sidewalks, 
$30. 

Summit St. — Resurfacing, $100. Resurfacing side- 
walks with gravel, $90. 

Tilestone St. — Building with gravel, $300. Building 
sidewalks with gravel and cinders, $100. 

Thompson St. — Resurfacing and draining, $300. Re- 
surfacing sidewalks, $10. 

Vose Ave. — Building part of with gravel, $450. Build- 
ing sidewalks, $45. 

Washington St. — Resurfacing with gravel, $100. Build- 
ing cinder sidewalk, $130. 

Water St. — Resurfacing with gravel, $600. 

Webster St. — Resurfacing with gravel, $50. 

West St. — Resurfacing with gravel, $150. 

West River St. — 4,800 square yards macadam, $1,400. 
Resurfacing tar concrete sidewalks, $193.50. Gravel re- 
surfacing, $50. Building gravel sidewalk, $157.45. 

Williams Ave. — Resurfacing with gravel, $300. Resur- 
facing tar concrete sidewalks, $75.50. 

Winslow St. — Resurfacing with gravel, $110. 

Wolcott St.— Sidewalks, $60. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CLARENCE G. NORRIS 

Supt. of Streets. 



REPORT OF INSPECTOR OF 
BUILDINGS. 



Hyde Park, Mass., Jan. 29, 1903. 
To the Honorable Board of Selectmen, Hyde Park, Mass : 
Gentlemen — I herewith submit my second annual report 
as Inspector of Buildings for the town of Hyde Park, 
Mass., for the year ending January 31, 1903: 
Whole number of permits issued from January 31, 1902, 

to January 31, 1903 99 

Permits issued for new buildings 54 

Permits issued for repairs and alterations 45 

Number of visits made to various buildings in process of 
erection and repairs, including inspection of shops, 

factories, etc 536 

Number of steam boilers in use at the several manufactur- 
ing plants, May 31, 1902 58 

(Several new boilers have since been added.) 

Number of notices sent to parties not complying with the 

law relating to buildings 34 

Number of buildings and extensions commenced before 

taking out permit 31 

(Many of these were by builders acquainted with the re- 
quirements of the law.) 
I have submitted my report to Rufus R. Wade, Chief 
of Massachusetts District Police. 

Respectfully yours, 

GEORGE H. SNOW, 

Inspector of Buildings. 



REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE. 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen : 

Gentlemen — I herewith present for your inspection and 
consideration the annual report of this department for the 
fiscal year ending January 31, 1903, with some recommen- 
dations which I deem necessary : 

Whole number of persons arrested 346 

Males 309 

Females 37 

CAUSES OF ARREST. 

Assault and battery 24 

Assault on officer 2 

Assault with a dangerous weapon 2 

Arson 1 

Adultery 4 

Assault with intent to murder 1 

Assault with intent to rape 4 

Bastardy 2 

Breaking glass 1 

Cheating 1 

Drunkenness 157 

Disturbing the peace 31 

Deserter 1 

Fornication 2 

Forgery 1 

Furnishing oleomargarine instead of butter, 1 

Habitual criminal 1 

Insane 11 

Illegal sale of liquor 2 

Illegal transportation of liquor 1 

Keeping and exposing liquor 1 



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Larceny 37 

Liquor nuisance 11 

Malicious mischief I 

Nuisance 2 

Neglect of child 1 

Night walking 2 

Non-support 1 

Receiving stolen property 2 

Riding bicycle on sidewalk 12 

Refusing to assist officer 1 

Rape 1 

Refusing to pay car fare 1 

Stubborn child 1 

Stoning railroad trains 2 

Tramp 1 

Truancy 2 

Vagrant 1 

Violation town by-laws 2 

Violation park laws I 

Unlawful use of registered milk cans 2 

Walking on railroad track 11 

NATIVITY OF PERSONS ARRESTED. 

Canada . . . , 10 

England . ,. 15 

Germany 2 

Ireland 84 

Italy 26 

New Brunswick 1 

Nova Scotia 8 

Newfoundland 3 

Prince Edwards Island 7 

Poland I 

Russia 9 

Scotland 6 



346. 



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Sweden 7 

Switzerland 1 

United States 166 



OCCUPATION. 

Architect 1 

Blacksmiths 1 

Brass finisher I 

Barbers 3 

Brakemen I 

Brick mason 1 

Cotton workers 13 

Carpenters 12 

Clerks 8 

Compositors 1 

Coachman 1 

Currier 1 

Dressmakers 2 

Dancing masters 2 

Engineer 1 

Expressmen 1 

Electricians 2 

Florist I 

Firemen 4 

Farmers 2 

Grocers 2 

Gardeners 2 

Hair workers 7 

Housekeepers 21 

Hostlers 11 

Horse traders 2 

Hotel keeper 1 

Harness maker 1 

Designer 1 

Iron moulder 6 



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Iron melter i 

Junk dealer 2 

Laborers ioo 

Milk dealers 2 

Machinist 26 

No occupation 18 

Nurse 1 

Painters 4 

Plumber 1 

Peddler 1 

Pattern makers 2 

Printer 1 

Rubber workers 2 

School boys 16 

Stone masons 2 

Salesmen 6 

Store keeper 3 

Station agent 1 

Sailor 1 

Tinsmith I 

Teamsters 6 

Telegrapher 1 

Typewriter 1 

Woolen workers 31 

Waiter 1 

Wire worker 1 

Shoemaker 1 

FINAL DISPOSITION OF CASES. 

Awaiting trial 2 

Appealed 4 

Committed to the House of Correction .... 21 
Committed to the House of Correction for 

non-payment of fines 88 

Committed to truant school 2 



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Committed to State Prison 3 

Committed to Reformatory 2 

Committed to Insane Hospitals 10 

Committed to Woman's Home, Dedham ... 1 

Discharged 24 

Delivered to the Navy Yard, Charlestown, 1 

Discharged for want of prosecution 9 

Fines paid 94 

Probation 36 

Placed on file 42 

Turned over to other officers 5 

Turned over to State board of charities .... 2 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Amount of fines imposed by court . .$2,069.00 

Average of fines imposed $H-33 

Amount of liquor seized JJ gallons 

Amount of property stolen $799.00 

Amount of property recovered $637.00 

Cases investigated without arrest .... 401 

Cases investigated for other officers . . 8 

Defects in streets reported 16 

Defects in sidewalks reported 20 

Doors found open and secured 37 

Dead bodies found 4 

Dogs killed 17 

Fire alarms given 9 

Injured persons provided for 12 

Imprisonment imposed by court, 49 yrs., 6 mos. 
Lost children found and restored to 

parents 17 

Notified Water Company of leak in 

pipes , 7 

Number of persons fined 182 



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Runaway boys found and restored to 

parents 8 

Street lights reported not burning . . . 680 

Search warrants served for intoxicat- 
ing liquors 33 

Search warrants served for stolen 

goods 1 

Stray horses taken care of 6 

Travelers lodged over night 2 >S97 

Windows found open and secured ... 15 

Lost articles found and restored to 

owners 3 

Lights hung on obstructions 34 

RECOMMENDATIONS. 

The police force consists of the same number as last 
year, seven men. You will note the large number of ar- 
rests this year over the preceding year; this is owing 
mainly to the large number of persons from out of town at 
work on plants being built here, and to transients coming 
to our town with the large number of. dwelling houses 
about to be built, and the increasing population, it is 
necessary that the force should be increased by at least 
three men, and I w r ould so recommend. I would renew 
my recommendations in relation to the Police Station : it 
should be thoroughly renovated and painted, as it is in bad 
condition. 

In conclusion I desire to thank the Board of Selectmen 
for their continued consideration and assistance and also 
the officers for their lo}^al support in every way. 
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, 1903. 

The department has responded to ninety-five alarms 
during the past year, fifty-nine bell and thirty-six still. The 
department has traveled 600 miles, laid 13,100 feet of hose, 
12,500 feet of chemical hose, and used 4,500 gallons of 
chemicals; at 2>7 ^ res have used the chemical engines 
only. 

Value Loss Insurance 

Buildings .... $509,400.00 $7,305.00 $441,150.00 
Contents .... 51,300.00 8,608.00 49,650.00 



$560,700.00 $15,913.00 $490,800.00 

We have changed the horses on Hose 1, giving them a 
first-class pair, have extended the fire alarm system, have 
purchased four miles of covered wire, purchased a thous- 
and feet of hose, painted the truck, and have everything 
in first-class shape. 

The apparatus now consists of three hose wagons, one 
hose reel, one chemical engine, one ladder truck, two five- 
gallon hand chemical tanks, seven horses, five sets of 
double swinging harness, one single harness, five thou- 
sand feet of good hose, fifteen hundred feet of poor hose, 
one Eastman deluge set, one storage battery, thirty-eight 
fire alarm boxes, twenty-three miles of wire, ten single 
beds — complete; everything is in good repair. 

The department has had a very hard but satisfactory 



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year, have answered nearly twice as many alarms as any 
previous year. 

The men have answered all the alarms promptly, and 
have done their work willingly, and giving the Town a de- 
partment they may well be proud of. 

The Board of Engineers wish to extend their thanks 
to all the men for their prompt and faithful work of the 
past year. 

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



DEPARTMENT OFFICERS AND MEN. 



BOARD OF ENGINEERS. 
J. H. WETHERBEE, Chief, 

J. C. McDOUGALD, Clerk, 

W. G. ROBINSON. 



LADDER COMPANY NO. i. 
W. R. McDOUGALD, Captain, 

J. H. TUCKER MAN, JR., Lieutenant, and 10 men. 



HOSE COMPANY NO. i. 
E. N. BULLARD, Captain, 

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



HOSE COMPANY NO. 2. 
M. J. FOLEY, Captain, 

L. C. MERCER, Lieutenant, and 5 men. 



HOSE COMPANY, NO. 3. 
FRANK KUNKEL, Captain, 

D. W. MA HONEY. Lieutenant, and 4 men. 



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CHEMICAL ENGINE NO. i. 
F. L. MERCER, Captain. 

W. C. MORSE, Lieutenant and 2 men. 



DRIVERS. 
W. P. WHITTEMORE, C .M. WANDESS, 

F. A. HAWLEY, JAMES COLLINS. 



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

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



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT. 



Number of births registered in Hyde Park in 1902 367 

Males 188 

Females 179 

The parentage of the children is as follows : 

Both parents American 114 

Irish 39 

Scotch 7 

English 8 

Swedes 2 

Russian 7 

Norwegian 3 

German 7 

French 1 

Italian 26 

Poles 5 

Of British Provinces 44 

Mixed, one parent American 73 

Both parents of other nationalities , 31 

Born in January, 30 ; February, 32 ; March, 35 ; April, 35 ; May, 28 ; 
June, 38 ; July, 32 ; August, 34 ; September, 24 ; October, 26 ; Novem- 
ber, 29 ; December, 24. 

MARRIAGES. 

Number of intentions of marriages issued in 1902 133 

marriages registered in 1902 131 

Oldest groom 63 

Oldest bride 57 

Youngest groom 18 

Youngest bride 17 

Both parties born in United States 71 

Ireland 8 

England. 1 

Scotland , 1 

Italy 2 

Sweden 4 

Russia 1 

British Provinces 4 

Other foreign countries 5 

Foreign and American 34 

Married in January, 9 ; February, 6 ; March, 6 ; April, 13 ; May, 9 ; 
June, 21 ; July, 9 ; August, 7 ; September, 8 ; October, 24 ; November, 
11 ; December, 8. 



61 

The following are the names and residences of the parties whose 
marriages were solemnized in 1902, certificates of which have been 
filed in this office : 

Jan. 2. James F. McCaffrey of Dedham and Sarah A. McDonough 
of Hyde Park. 
9. Willis P. Whittemore and Ida M. Pattinson both of Hyde 
Park. 
11. Robert H. Forsythe and Elizabeth McE. Neilson both of 

Hyde Park. 
16. Charles Fox of Hyde Park and Jane Glennon of Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

21. Thomas J. Degnan and Ursula Martin both of Hyde Park. 

22. Samuel Pyle of Newton and Ella A. Clark of Hyde Park. 
22. Ralph M. Cleale and Mae C. Dame both of Hyde Park. 

29. Joseph L. Landrigan of Boston and Mary Cunningham of 

Hyde Park. 
29. Vernon Ward and Annie E. Robinson both of Hyde Park. 
Feb. 5. Peter C. Feeney of Norwood and Bridget J. McDonough of 
Hyde Park. 
9. Frank Zaletskis and Salamone Babranska both of Hyde 
Park. 

11. Otto W. Youngren of Hyde Park and Katharin M. Seyffert 

of Salisbury, No. Ca. 
19. William W. Steere of Hyde Park and Ivalieu Sartwell of 

Norfolk. 
24. James J. Hickey and Margaret G. Shedd both of Hyde 

Park. 
27. Edgar L. Burbridge and Annie E. Will both of Hyde Park. 
Mar. 4. John I. Heibeck of Oxford, Pa., and Alice M. Winward of 

Hyde Park. 

8. George Doig of Chelsea and Mary A. Bennett of Hyde 

Park. 

9. Pasquale Abate of Hyde Park and Concetta Buonavita of 

Providence, R. I. 

12. John T. Robinson, Jr., and Pearl C. Graham both of Hyde 

Park. 

15. Robert T. McCaslin and Catherine E. Lyons both of Hyde 

Park. 
31. John J. Holt of Hyde Park and Mary Keavey of Lowell. 
Apr. 2. Alfred Simpson of Hyde Park and Eliza Savoy of New 
Brunswick. 
9. William N. Rogers of Hyde Park and Hannah J. Noiler of 

Boston. 
10. Bartholomew J. McGlone of Dedham and Mary E. Duggan 
of Hyde Park. 



62 

Apr. 13. Harry G. Weymouth of Hyde Park and Catherine Iv. Mis- 
kella of Cambridge. 
16. Michael Hayes of Hyde Park and Margaret Yarrity of 
Boston. 

16. Joseph P. Dolan of Hyde Park and Alice J. Conlan of 

Dedham. 

17. Frank E. Holway of Quincy and Augusta M. Kahlmeyer of 

Hyde Park. 

17. Henry H. Hudson and Anna G. Bamberg both of Hyde 

Park. 

18. Joseph F. Bean and Alice M. Brown both of Hyde Park. 
18. Charles M. Sowden of Hyde Park and Ethel M. Mcjun- 

kin of Boston. 
23. John F. Carroll of Hyde Park and Mary M. Acker of 

Boston. 
26. Thomas F. McGuire and Mary Hobbs both of Hyde Park. 
30. Benjamin E. Phillips, Jr. and Mabel C. Davis both of Hyde 
Park. 
May 2. John S. Macaskill and Josephine P. Bodwell both of Hyde 
Park. 
7. James McDonough and Catherine C. Cull both of Hyde 

Park. 
7. John J. Murray and Mary A. Boland both of Hyde Park. 
7. Frank B. Cundall of Hyde Park and Rose A. Lowry of 
Canton. 
14. Charles E. Hathaway of Hyde Park and Clara F. Kammler 

of Dorchester. 
17. Robert P. Lindgren and Rose E. Fox both of Hyde Park. 

17. Edward Scott of Hyde Park and Adell M. Smith of New 

York, N. Y. 

18. James P. Healey and Mary E. Welch both of Hyde Park. 
29. Patrick F. Joyce of Hyde Park and Mary J. Kelly of 

Newton. 
June 2. Dwight D. Elliott of Mexico, Me., and Martha M. Hawes 
of Hyde Park. 
3. Charles H. Fuller and Mabel L. Crowell both of Hyde 
Park. 

3. Edwin W. Barrett of Hyde Park and Viola M. Edwards of 

Providence, R. I. 

4. Charles M. Jewett of Hyde Park and Jeannette T. Millet of 

Boston. 

4. Peter Ainslee of Everett and Bessie B. Huggan of Hyde 

Park. 

5. Fred H. Holmes and Douise C. Schaefer both of Hyde 

Park. 



63 

June 8. Carl J. Swensson of Boston and Emma Carlson of Hyde 
Park. 

10. George T. Brady of Hyde Park and Mary G. Mullen, of 

Boston. 

11. Jesse T. Fuller of Boston and Avis E. Wallace of Hyde 

Park. 
18. Thomas H. O'Brien of Hyde Park and Margaret C. Mc- 
Adams of Boston. 

18. Percy A. Chamberlain of Dedham and Eulu J. Scrivens of 

Hyde Park. 

19. William J. Powers of Hyde Park and Catherine Ayer of 

Stoughton. 
19. Charles H. Wheeler of Hyde Park and Marion T. Simmons 

of Cambridge. 
23. Louis E- Johnson of Hyde Park and Ellis C. Woodworth 

of Milton. 

23. William H. Monarch and Nettie F. Coan both of Hyde 

Park. 

24. Edward C. Nash of Newton and Anna G. Hardy of Hyde 

Park. 

25. William H. Norris and Mary E. Sherburne both of Hyde 

Park. 
25. Frank Rose of Hyde Park and Addie L. Terrell of Bath, 

Me. 
25. Charles F. Stack of Hyde Park and Margaret E. White of 

Boston. 

25. Francis M. Burns and Margaret J. Flaherty both of Hyde 

Park. 
27. George E. Farley and Mary E. EeBourveau both of Hyde 
Park. 
July 2. J. William Welch of Peabody and Julia Moran of Hyde 
Park. 
3. Oratio Campa and Anna P. Canciana both of Hyde Park. 
3. James Porter, Jr., of Canton and Nellie Morrison of Hyde 

Park. 
8. James J. Carey of Hyde Park and Bessie O'Toole of Boston. 

12. Fred F. Webber of Fisher's Island, N. Y., and Mary Mona- 

ban of Hyde Park. 
21. Franklin D. Brigham and Frances E. Harlow both of Hyde 
Park. 

26. Henry A. Hoit of Boston and Bertha Brackett of Hyde 

Park. 
26. Philip J. Brennan of East Weymouth and Johanna F. Bol- 

ger of Hyde Park. 
30. George R. Ellison and Hulda Carlson both of Hyde Park. 



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Aug. 2. John S. Hanlon and Margaret E. Henderson both of Hyde 
Park. 
4. Patrick J. Rooney of Hyde Park and Mary T. Long of 

Boston. 
7. George Tuck of Hyde Park and Bertha M. Bryant of 
Boston. 
" 11. James Wohnlich of Hyde Park and Sarah Quirk of Boston. 
18. Irving W. Smythe of Taunton and Mabel t,. Cull of Hyde 

Park. 
28. Theodore J. Potter of Cleveland, O., and Grace M. Thomp- 
son of Hyde Park. 
28. Cornelius G. Meade of Hyde Park and Margaret E. Donahue 
of Walpole. 
Sept. 1. Arthur Peeten and Lena Greene both of Hyde Park. 

3. George H. Lapham and Clara M. O'Neil both of Hyde 
Park. 

7. Warren E. Magee and Gertrude M. Dole both of Hyde 

Park. 
13. Robert S. Orrell of Hyde Park and Gertrude Fritz of New 

Haven, Conn. 
15. Russell H. Taylor of Hyde Park and Maria L. Miller of 

Milton. 
15. William G. Shanks and Mamie E. Griffin both of Hyde 

Park. 
17. James J. Murphy of New York, N. Y., and Nellie A. 

Rogers of Hyde Park. 
24. Alfred A. White and Pearl E. Carroll both of Hyde Park. 
Oct. 1. Thomas P. Sweeney and Mary B. Chisholm both of Hyde 
Park. 
1. Thomas H. Barden of Hyde Park and Mary A. O'Brien of 

Springfield. 
6. George Ward and Mary H. Landt both of Hyde Park. 
6. Charles J. Davidson and Grace M. Choate both of Milton. 
6. George B. Stitson and Alice Dignan both of Hyde Park. 

8. Martin Foley of Norwood and Catherine O'Toole of Hyde 

Park. 
8. George F. Fellows and Sadie E. Gould both of Hyde Park. 
8. Dwight B. Rich of Boston and Jeannette L. Arnold of Hyde 

Park. 
8. Walter H. Harris and Annie Thomas both of Hyde Park. 
11. James W. Barnett and Elizabeth A. Dudley both of Burrill- 

ville, R. I. 
15. Joseph E- Woodmancy and Annie M. Bisson both of Hyde 
Park. 



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Sept. 15. Edward L,. Jennings of Waterbury, Conn., and Mabel B. 
Caffin of Hyde Park. 
20. Peter Belangie of Pembroke and Flora Obin of Hyde Park. 

20. Arthur I/ussier and Albertine Paquette both of Hyde Park. 

21. James E. Caine and May Faherty both of Hyde Park. 

23. Thomas H. Kelly of Dedham and Agnes J. Higgins of Hyde 

Park. 
23. Edwin L,. Marshall and Grace E. Radell both of Hyde 

Park. 
23. Charles F. Bearse and Caroline Hammond both of Hyde 

Park. 

23. Robert J. Cary of Hyde Park and Emily J. Yates of North- 

boro. 
26. Frank Hurst of Hyde Park and Rebecca Reffin of Waltham. 
28. Arthur W. Wood and Caroline S. Kenney both of Hyde 

Park. 

28. William H. Hourihan and Catharine M. Farrell both of 

Hyde Park. 

29. Stephen J. Curran of Norwood and Annie E. Conley of 

Hyde Park. 
29. William S. O'Brien of Groton, Conn., and Elizabeth A. 
Hogan of Hyde Park. 
Nov. 3. Fred W. Wood and Viola M. Gibson both of Hyde Park. 

4. Harrison W. Hayward and Mabel E. Holmes both of Hyde 

Park. 
8. Gustaf Hjerpe and Thilda Bergman both of Hyde Park. 

22. Johan G. Janson and Charlotta W. Ohlson both of Hyde 

Park. 

24. Robert F. Wood and Blanch P. Lishman both of Hyde 

Park. 

25. Arthur E. Burnette and Martha Davis both of Hyde Park. 

26. Minot M. Kenney and Edith M. Currie both of Hyde Park. 
26. Hans C. Neilsen of Hyde Park and Mabel B. Baillie oi 

Boston. 

26. Michael Padden and Mary A. Barry both of Hyde Park. 

27. Charles M. Gibson of Hyde Park and Nellie C. Brand off 

Montreal, Ca. 
27. Ernest Clark of Middleboro and Laura J. Rollins of Hyde 

Park. 
Dec. 3. William J. Sessler of Providence, R. I., and Margaret 

Glennon of Hyde Park. 
11. Tohn D. Morrison and Annie M. MacKay both of Hyde 

Park. 
17. Edward F. Tracey and Clara B. Dixon both of Hyde Park. 



Dec. 18. Richard B. Nourse of Bolton and Edith A. Currier of Hyde 

Park. 
20. Alexander Campbell of Manchester, Vt., and Charlotte A. 

Brown of Hyde Park. 
.24. Henry N. Hill of Hyde Park and Jennie F. Watson of 

Boston. 
25. Herbert T. Rich and Mabelle C. Jenney both of Hyde Park. 
29. Ralph W. Balkam and Gertrude L. Savage both of Hyde 

Park. 



DEATHS. 

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

died elsewhere in this Commonwealth in 1902 : 211 

Males 10g 

Females 108 

Born in the United States 148 

28 

13 

7 



Ireland 

British Provinces . 

Scotland 

England 

Germany 

Italy 

Sweden 

Poland 

Switzerland 

France 



AGES. 

Stillborn and premature birth 14 

Under one year 45 

Between 1 and 5 years 15 

3 

.... 7 

26 

10 

18 

20 

17 

26 

8. 



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" 60 


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" 70 


" 70 


" 80 


" 80 


" 90 


" 90 


"100 



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



follows : 

Accident 4 

Consumption 21 

Pneumonia 22 

Cholera Infantum 2 

Diphtheria 3 

Cancer and Tumor 8 

Heart Disease... 22 

Grippe 

Paralysis and Apoplexy 15 

Convulsions 8 

Nephritis 9 



Colitis 

Stillborn, premature birth . 

Old Age ..- 

Bright's Disease 

Typhoid Fever 

Inanition 

Scarlet Fever 

Smallpox 

Suicide 

Appendicitis 

Marasmus 



14 

7 
1 
2 
2 

1 
1 
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 1902 : 

AGE. 

DATE. NAMES. • YRS. MOS. DYS. 

Jan. 1. Nettie M. Newcomb 28 — — 

2. Henry McKenna 7 9 — 

2. Louis Bernard 53 8 29 

3. Nicola Discleiza — 3 5 

5. Henry H. Graham , 21 11 11 

10. Edward Costello 7 7 14 

11. Alice E. J. Cromwall 14 6 22 

11. Agnes A. Holmes 54 6 — 

13. Gladys M. Brown 2 5 — 

14. Mary Emerson 71 5 21 

14. Michael J. Conley 55 — — 

16. Vincenzina Dinenza — — 16 

17. John J. Caldwell 25 10 21 

19. Mary C. Vautrinot 25 10 3 

23. Mary E. Burke 1 — — 

27. Catherine Welch — 4 — 

28. Jennete Tracy 26 — — 

28. Annie Naune — 4 20 

Feb. 1. Mary T. Marshall 64 8 13 

7. Peliono Di Margio 34 — — 

10. Susan P. Gridley 89 11 17 

11. Hugh Fraser 45 — — 

11. Peter Rogers 71 8 S 

11. Ziacouco Palmierz 16 — 

13. (Stillborn) , — — — 



1 


5 


2 


12 


5 


22 


5 


18 


3 


22 


2 


2 


3 


5 


3 


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2 


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1 


14 



68 

Feb. 15. William Harrington — 

16. Bridget Flynn 24 

18. Gertrude V. James 24 

19. Mildred Sargent 2 

19. Walter W. Scott 41 

19. Sarah E. Arnold 75 

19. Mary E. Collins alias Ethel Jones 26 

Mar. 2. Sadie Griffin — 

2. Lucia F. McLellan 76 

2. John Feeney — 

2. (Stillborn) — 

3. Henry Swartzenberg 58 

5. Leon Harding 48 

8. Mary Kelheur 49 

12. Lizzie Palantino 1 

14. Mary A. Peabody 93 

18. William Kuntz 11 

19. William Fennell 74 

22. Frances Burns — 6 — 

23. Bridget Clark 78 — — 

25. Edward Adam — 2 2 

25. Ann Bilsborough 54 — — 

27. Michael J. Brooks 39 — — 

28. Mary A. Leach 93 1 4 

31. Margaret E. Concannon 38 — — 

Apr. 1. Mary Savage 29 — — 

1. Margaret Grant. 70 10. 12 

5. Mary J. Fenton 28 — 26 

5. Georgiana Diecenza 25 11 — 

5. Ruth Dwyer — — 19 

6. (Stillborn) — — — 

7. Mary E. Wright 59 3 — 

15. Margaret Kennedy 53 — — 

15. Emma Farley 60 

16. Robert L. Rankine 54 

18. James Diamond — 

22. John J. Downey 28 

24. Theodore A. Blaisdell 27 

24. Mary E. Chisholm 1 

26. Elizabeth Martin 22 

30. William H. Coleman 5 

30. Elizabeth Fitton 89 

May 1. Mary J. O'Connor 52 

2. (Stillborn) — 

4. Emery Ratio 1 



5 


1 


6 


23 


7 


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22 


6 


22 


2 


25 




7 



10 


1 


4 


23 


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22 


3 


22 


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19 


2 





10 


12 


— 


21 


— 


21 


6 


10 


6 


3 


4 


9 


4 


2 


1 


18 



69 

May 6. Florence O. Cochnower 63 

6. Bessie Armstrong '. . . 34 

6. Bradford Alden 1 

8. Arnold I. Rollins — 

10. Frederick J. C. Freeman 61 

12. Samuel G. Adams 13 

15. Sarah A. Rand 65 

16. Patrick J. Mogan 42 

17. Hattie M. Doane 43 

18. Ida F. Brainerd 24 

18. Joseph F. McGuire — 

21. Annie Parry 29 

24. Walter L- Estabrook 43 

24. Henry E. Briggs — 

24. Horace P. Bickford 79 

28. John H. Henderson 40 

29. Matthew Leeds 69 

30. Nellie M. Lodge 43 

June 1 . James F. Conley 32 5 — 

3. Jane Gentles 63 — — 

5. Mary A. Gallagher — — 9 

9. Joseph Rooney — 4 — 

10. Onlyalmd Tritoni 18 — — 

12. (Stillborn) — — — 

14. Kenneth McAskill 56 10 2 

17. Francis Mulvey 58 — — 

18. John C. Lincoln 49 3 — 

20. Eliza A. Davis 75 4 26 

21. Sarah J. Jacobs 71 — — 

25. Margaret Clancy 18 2 24 

28. Patrick A. Sreenan — — - 6 

July 10. (Stillborn) — — — 

12. John E. Corey — 5 10 

13. Mary M. Coleman — 6 — 

14. John J. Coleman — 6 — 

14. James Lucey 11 7 — 

14. James O. Buzzell 64 6 S 

15. Emma Boettcher — — 7 

16. Patrick Fitzgerald 23 — — 

18. Mary A. Grant 64 6 — 

19. Philippe de Senancour 65 — — 

20. (Stillborn) — — — 

22. William F. Libby — 9 — 

22. (Stillborn) — — — 

22. Walter M. Lugton 3 3 5 



70 

July 23. Cora A. Henderson 27 3 5 

24. John Iv.'Cahill — 3 27 

25. Charles Eklund 48 — — 

26. Adelaide B. Wyman 40 — — 

29. Joseph B- Brown — 8 — 

31. George W. Sawtelle 61 11 15 

31. Timothy Murphy 76 — — 

Aug. 2. Daisy Hall — 

2. Dora A. Preston 60 

7. Bridget Grady 68 

8. Mary Rogers — 

12. (Stillborn) — 

17. George H. Miller 73 

17. Richard A. Tripp — 

18. Albert E. Larson — 

20. Ann Howe 75 

21. Robert McKelligan — 

23. Ann B. Bowther 77 

24. Jane Mulvey 52 

25. Bawrence B. Sullivan 37 

26. Mary A. Taylor 72 

27. Hugh Grant 42 

27. John J. Kelleher — 

27. William A. Walsh — 

31. Blizabeth Pooley 71 

Sept. 1. Ethel B. Cummings 3 

2. Helen Mulcahy 4 

3. Blora Depoalo — 

7. John Gilson 75 

7. Brances C. Norris — 

13. Thomas Connors — 

14. Brancis W. Cass 80 — — 

15. John S. Brackett 62 11 13 

16. James Battle 27 — — 

16. Rosele M. Perry 3 — — 

16. Bile Demarso — 8 — 

21. Alice M. O'Neil — 1 6 

21. (Stillborn) — — — 

21. Blizabeth Milliken 70 — — 

24. Jerome B. Pepper 52 — 14 

25. Samuel M. Kershaw 53 8 19 

27. Blizabeth Collins — 1 18 

28. Brederick A. Perry 1 6 — 

Oct. 1. Charles A. Bind 26 5 25 

1 . John Hanson — 5 — 



3 


4 


2 


27 


10 


22 


— 


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7 





— 


1 


10 


23 


2 


— 


4 


— 


3 


— 


4 


10 





14 


6 


— 


2 


25 


2 


12 





19 


5 


7 


5 


4 


9 


2 



71 

Oct. 3. John D. Huhn 65 

3. Alice M. Drury 1 

5. Patrick Cunning — 

6. Conrad Motte 61 

7. John R. Tate — 

12. Elizabeth Brown 86 

18. (Stillborn) — 

18. (Stillborn) — 

20. Elizabeth A. Davey — 

20. Clara L. Warren 75 

20. La Forest M. Dinsmore 51 

25. Patrick F. McGrath 48 

27. Frank Iv. Straw 51 

27. Norah Webster 36 

31. Alma A. Caller 49 

Nov. 3. Michael C. Doplar — 

4. (Stillborn) — 

5. William Lebourveau 55 

6. Walter Osmeskru 44 

6. Susannah R. H. Giles 73 

8. Sophia Bessette 79 

8. Mary Carroll 70 

8. Joseph Farwell 85 

9. Sarah L. Stanton 46 

9. Mary Maughan 56 — — 

9. Thomas Corrigan 63 — — 

10. Daniel S. Whittier 85 1 26 

12. Mary Galvin 51 — — 

12. Mary McCarthy — 6 — 

16. Florence E. Worrick 21 7 15 

17. Mary McDonald 83 6 24 

18. Grace Wood 13 2 15 

21. Mary T. Motte 25 — — 

21. (Stillborn).- — — — 

24. Nellie Nagle 26 — — 

25. James Condon 39 

29. Elizabeth Long 72 

Dec. 3. Catherine Hughes 75 

4. Preston N. Oliver 38 

8. Grazia A. Marston 1 

i 9. Henry M. Higgins 70 

9. (Stillborn — 

13. Nicola Savella 25 

17. Walter Graham 70 

21. Alice L. Williams 29 



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72 

Dec. 22. Lawrence T. Corrigan 27 — — 

24. Mabelle M. Schwartz 42 8 20 

27. Mary Shea 38 — — 

28. Charles F. Brainerd . '. 55 7 21 

28. James W. Boynton 82 10 23 

28. William F. Mills 14 

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

Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 



REPORT OF TREE WARDEN, 



To the Honorable Board of Selectmen: 

Gentlemen — I herewith submit the report of the Tree 
Warden for the year ending January 31, 1903. On ap- 
plication, public hearings were held for the removal of 
trees on Gordon, Arlington and Hyde Park avenues, Per- 
kins, West River and Summer streets, Central avenue and 
Lincoln street, Fairmount avenue. After hearing all 
parties interested, permission was given to remove 1 tree 
on Perkins avenue, 2 on Summer street, 1 on Central ave- 
■nue and Lincoln street, and 2 on Fairmount avenue. 

Trees were trimmed on following streets : 1 on Hunt- 
ington avenue and East River street, 1 on Arlington 
street, 1 on West street, 4 on Gordon avenue, 8 on Sum- 
mer street, 4 on Beacon street, also several on Highland 
and Summer streets. 

As I reported last year, there is considerable trimming 
all over town that should be attended to, and I consider 
the present system an expensive one, as often I am called 
to a certain portion of town to trim a tree, and perhaps in 
a few days called to the same neighborhood, whereas if 
there was a systematic trimming of the trees, one would 
not be continually going over the same ground. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE B. ANDERSON, 

Tree Warden. 



REPORT OF CEMETERY 
COMMISSIONERS. 



The Cemetery has now completed the first ten 
years of its use, the first interment therein having 
been made November 9th, 1892. 

Since the last report Beech and Aspen Avenues 
and Spirea Path have been extended. A retaining 
wall has been built at the junction of Fairview drive 
and Aspen avenue and cut granite steps placed there- 
in. This has much improved the appearance of this 
part of the Cemetery. 

The number of lots now prepared for sale is 
such that the work for the coming year will not in- 
volve any considerable extension of existing avenues 
and paths. 

The Cemetery fund is now $9471.86 an increase 
of $840.97 from last year. 

The receipts and expenditures for the financiaL 
year ending January 31, 1903, are as follows: — 

RECEIPTS. 

From sale of lots, $1,175.00 

From sale of single graves, 375-°° 

Interment and receiving tomb charges, 566.00 
For foundations, 200.95 

For wood, 108.75 

For interest on fund, 345-24- 



Total, $2,770,941 

Balance on hand January 31, 1902, 8,630.89 



$11,401.83 



75 

EXPENSES. 

Labor, etc., $1,929.97 

Balance on hand, 9,471.86 



$11,401.83 
Details of expenses are given elsewhere in the Town Report. 

STATISTICS. 

1Q02. 

Lots sold, 14 

Single graves sold, 75 

Interment in lots, 31 

Interment in single graves, 83 

In Receiving Tomb, 15 

Removals, 1 

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

Commissioners. 



NINTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE PARK 
COMMISSIONERS OF HYDE PARK. 



In all that pertains to the duties of the Park Commis- 
sioners, this has been a quiet year, owing in part to the 
fact that a halt has been called on additional takings by 
the Metropolitan Park Commissioners. 

Efforts have been made in former years by the Camp 
Meiggs Association to have more care taken of the his- 
toric grounds by the Park Commission, but as the only 
appropriation available for this purpose was small, and it 
was hoped it might be used for the purchase of some small 
tract more conveniently reached by a certain part of our 
citizens than Stony Brook or the Blue Hill Reservation, 
the only expenditure made previous to this year was for 
mounting four guns which were acquired and delivered 
on the ground by the Association. On July 9, 1902, on a 
request and conference with a committee of the Associa- 
tion, we agreed to clean up the walks, mow the grass, ma- 
nure the trees and furnish four park seats, which has been 
done at an expenditure of forty dollars. 

Abandonments of land taken by the Metropolitan Com- 
mission have been concurred in as follows : 

April 8, 1902, abandonment, as shown on plan No. 374, 
of land taken to secure certain rights in a platted street. 
The Secretary of the Metropolitan Commission met us 
and explained that a part of the land taken was not neces- 
sary for this purpose. 

January 19, 1903, abandonments were concurred in for 
a small piece of land taken from the Readville Trotting 
Park, as adjusted with them and shown on Plan No. 370. 

Also as adjusted with the New York, New Haven and 



77 

Hartford R. R. a small piece of land on each side of the 
railroad track near Glenwood avenue station, as shown on 
plans 398 and 399, and January 26 near the Fairmount 
station as shown on plan 400. 

For the improvement of the Neponset River, in which 
we in common with all of our citizens have taken much in- 
terest, an act was approved June 28, 1902, Chapter 541, as 
follows : 

"Section 1. The state board of health is hereby au- 
thorized and directed to prohibit the entrance or dis- 
charge of sewerage into any part of the Neponset river or 
its tributaries, and to prevent the entrance or discharge 
therein of every other substance which may be injurious 
to public health or may tend to create a public nuisance 
or to obstruct the flow of water, including all waste or 
refuse from any factory or other establishment where per- 
sons are employed, unless the owner thereof shall use the 
best practicable and reasonably available means to render 
such waste or refuse harmless. 

"Section 2. The board shall consult and advise with 
any such owner at his request or of its own motion as to 
the best practicable and reasonably available means of 
rendering such waste or refuse harmless, having regard 
to the circumstances and requirements of the situation and 
to the industrial interests involved." 

Section 3 indicates how the provisions shall be enforced. 

This is in the right direction as far as it goes, but we 
think it should be supplemented by straightening the 
channel, thus shortening the distance and causing a more 
rapid flow and carry away much refuse which will be left 
on the Canton Meadows. 

The Metropolitan Park and Boulevard assessments. 



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made up in July, 1902, show a total for the year 1900 of 
$517,923.17, on which the apportionment to Hyde Park 
was $.3,936.40, and a total for the year 1901 of $570,897.13 
with Hyde Park's apportionment $4,338.24, and for the 
year 1902 a total of $519,418.96, of which Hyde Park's 
apportionment was $4,707.07. 

To this last apportionment the sum of $396.87 was 
added for interest on the apportionments for 1900 and 
1901. 

LAWSON B. BIDWELL, Chairman. 

JOHN J. ENNEKING, 
FRANK B. RICH. 



REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF 
THE POOR. 



The increased expenditure of this department dur- 
ing the year is due largely to sickness in families 
whose legal settlement is in Hyde Park, but reside in 
other towns. In two cases, the charges for care and 
nursing aggregated over $800. Hospital Charges in 
Boston and other cities amounted to nearly as much 
more. The number of insane has also increased, the 
average weekly cost of caring for patients at the 
several state institutions being about $100. The 
coal famine is not responsible for increase in expen- 
ditures, as many would prefer to suffer from cold and 
hunger rather than apply to the Poor department for 
aid. The calls for fuel have been only normal, and 
the amount given in each case has been less than 
usual. Mr. Henry S. Grew very kindly contributed 
a large quantity of wood for the benefit of the worthy 
poor, and his example was seconded by the officials 
of the N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. who gave the materials 
forming the old New England R. R. Station at Read- 
ville. The wood therefrom being distributed by the 
town teams, by order of the Selectmen. 

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

PAID ON ACCT. OF 

Barrett, Sarah S., insane, 

Bedlington, Harriet B . , " 

Bell, Dorinda E., " 





4002 




44 




361 




2597 


SETTLEMENT. 


COST. 


Hyde Park 


$169.46 


<< 


146.40 


<< 


169.46 



80 



Carter, Eva F., insane, 
Clapp, Clara E., " 
Connor, Kate., 




Hyde Park 

<< 


124.89 
169.46 
146.00 


Cook, Cora F., 


(< 


c< 


147.81 


Cowan, John F., 
Crawford, Walter, 


it. 
n 


(( 

(( 


212.86 
108.00 


Gilson, Win. H., 


<< 


It 


169.45 


Manuel, Mary F., 
McGrath, Martin F., 


tt 


(1 


250.24 
156.92 


McLean, Teresa, 
Miller, Rose C, 


It 
tt 


(< 

(( 


94.25 
169.92 


Kraus, A. Robert, 


It 


" 


49.69 


Parker, Harriet F., 


(( 


1( 


88.67 


Rafter, Sarah, 


t 1 


(1 


146.00 


Ward, Ellen, 


a 


(< 


169.46 


Wyman, Adelaide E., 
Scanlon, Katherine, 


<< 
I I 




138.60 
65.93 


Alexander, Harry J., feebk 
Carter, Inez, 


minded 


(( 


169.45 
169.45 


Carter, Ralph, 

Overell, William D., epilept 

Chamberlain, Martha A. H. 


1 1 

c, 

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(( 
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169.45 

175.02 

23.50 


Austin, Harry L., Rutland S 
Butler, Mary, Boston City 
Boyce, Elsa, Boston Cit 
Laline, Alphonse, " ' 
Simmons, Ella, " ' 


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69.13 
14.00 
11.00 
14.00 
114.00 


Simmons, Manfred, " ' 






1 1 


106.00 


Hobby, Alice, Melrose, ' 
Curran, Patrick, Boston ' 






it 
1 1 


26.00 
4.00 


Bragan, Winnifred, " ' 
Marks, Herbert, " ' 






tt 
it 


28.00 
42.00 


McKenna, James, " ' 






t i 


44.00 


Chaisson, Maxime, " ' 






tt 


15.00 


Linton, Charles, 






tt 


42.00 


Rooney, Mary A., " ' 
Messier, Lena, Worcester ' 
Lynch, John, State H< 
McGovern, Phillip, " ' 
O'Reilly, Bridget A., 
McGovern, James, 
Bunker, Charles E., 


Dspita] 




tt 
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63.00 

37.00 

6.29 

8.86 

60.00 

144.75 

144.00 


Page, Frank B., 
Withington, George, 
Curran, Ellen, 






tt 
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31.50 
167.86 

80.75 



81 



Hunt, Mary, 

McKenzie, Mary, 

Gilson, Ella, 

Bwell, William F., 

Hulstrand, Matilda, 

Halloran, Mary, 

Tracey, Catherine, 

Murray, Margaret, 

Todd, Ruth, 

King, Martin, 

Melia, Bridget, 

O'Keefe, Mary, 

Fletcher, John, 

Wandless, Grace F., 

Brady, Edward, 

Clarry, Elmira, 

Cunningham, Mary, 

Mulqueeney, Ellen, 

Williams, Amanda (board and nurse), 

Conran, Kate, 

Farren, Michael, 

Willard, Lilla J., 

King, John, 

Collins, Julia A., 

Lombard, Sarah E., 

Ahern, Lena, 

Palmer, Martha, 

McKenna, John, 

Mullen, Mrs. Patrick, 

Downes, Hannah M., and 1 child, 

Rich, Florence L-, and 2 children, 

Lynch, Mary, and 4 children, 

Riley, Mrs. P. J., and 3 children, 

Welch, Isabella, and 4 children, 

Lahey, Catherine, and 8 children, 

Bragan, Rosella, and 2 children, 

Norton, Mary E-, and 2 children, 

Haley, Margaret, and 2 children, 

Voight, Selma, and 6 children, 

Tate, Elizabeth, and 3 children, 

Conway, Elizabeth A., and 5 children, 

Reid, Mrs. P. J., and 3 children, { T ™% ^PjgJ 

Brennan, Cora, and 4 children, " 

Welch, Michael T. J., wife, and 8 children, 

Dunn, Joseph J., wife and 4 children, 



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McDonald James, wife and 3 children, 

Tracey, Edward F., acct. support of child, Mabel, 

McMasters, Bernard and wife, 

Hendricksen, Herman, wife and 2 children, 

Elder, Mrs. W. J., and 3 children, 

Rolfe, Mary, and 5 children, 

Frazer, Mrs. H. A., and 3 children, 

Baxter, Albion F., wife and 3 children, 

Waters, Hannah, and 2 children, 

Merriam, Eliza A., 

Donaldson, Mary, 

Shea, Edward, 

Burnley, Mary, and 3 children, 

Teed, Walter E., wife and 3 children, 

Lambert, Mary, and 3 children, 

Fagnand, Margaret, and 2 children, 

Cummings, John, and wife, 

Ippolito, Angelina, 



acct. burial of 



Fitzgerald, Patrick, 
Kuntz, William, 
Palmies, Zianco, 
Fellows, Alma S., 
Diecene, Georgianna 
Reno, Emery, 
Hanson, John, 
Temporary aid acct., 
Miscellaneous acct., 
Medical attendance, 
Eockup acct., tramp room, 



RECEIPTS. 
Cash on hand with Town Treasurer, 
Appropriation, 

Cash refunded by State, towns etc., 
By transfer from incidental acct. , Jan. 22, 1903, 



Hyde Park 


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$11,141.83 


i. 31, 1903, 


$ 91.81 



Cash on hand with Town Treasurer, Jan. 31, 1903, 

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

Overseers of the Poor. 



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, 1903. 

The collection of ashes and swill has been carried on 
during the past year as before, to the general satisfaction 
of all concerned. 

We were forced to abandon the old method of collect- 
ing swill in tank wagons and dumping at Readville, as the 
owners of the property on which the tank-house was lo- 
cated, refused to allow us to continue to use it. 

This change had been forseen for some time, and we 
had purchased one wagon in 1901, in anticipation of the 
change. 

The past year we have purchased another wagon and a 
suitable number of cans specially made for the purpose, 
into which the swill from the various receptacles used by 
the householders is dumped, and when filled is removed 
from the town without further handling; thereby, remov- 
ing a source of complaint which was quite general under 
the old method ; also a saving over the long haul to the 
lank-house in Readville. 

We have also secured a stable in the central part of the 
town at a reasonable rental, and are now able to keep all 
of the horses together, and to furnish a suitable shelter 
for the wagons and other property, which consists at the 
present time of four horses, two special tip-carts for ashes 
and rubbish, two low platform wagons for swill, one steel 
cart and one wooden tank wagon, three tip-cart harnesses, 
two heavy express harnesses, blankets and stable utensils. 



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1 he number of loads of ashes and rubbish collected was 
as follows: January, 357; February, 268; March, 406; 
April, 399; May, 337; June, 259; July, 271 : August, 206; 
September, 192; October, 213; November, 249; Decem- 
ber, 296:— Total, 3,453- 

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. 

The whole number of contagious diseases reported to 
the Board of Health during the past year was 334, and di- 
vided as follows. 



Scarlet Fever, 


CASES. 

7 


DEATHS. 



CASES. 
1901 23 


DEATHS 
2 


Diphtheria, 
Measles, 


64 

238 


4 



97 
10 


'- 7 



Typhoid Fever, 

Chickenpox, 

Smallpox, 


13 

7 
7 


2 

1 


8 

7 


3 
1 



The same methods used in former years to prevent the 
spreading of contagious disease, have been used during 
the past twelve months with good results. 

Early in the year an order was passed, requiring all 
cases of Chicken Pox to be reported to the Board of 
Health, in order that we should have early notice of all 
cases which, owing to the similarity in the early stages, 
might.be easily mistaken for small-pox, or "vice versa." 

There were fewer cases of Diphtheria than in 1891, and 
a smaller death rate also, and it is safe to say that the low 
death rate from this dread disease is due to the free use 
of Anti-toxine which is furnished to us by the State Board 
of Health ; and we feel that any Act or Acts of the Legis- 
lature that would prevent the State Board of Health from 
supplying the people of this State with what is now gen- 
erally conceded to be a specific remedy for Diphtheria, 
would be a hardship which they should not be called upon 
to endure. 



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There was a serious epidemic of measles during the 
early part of the year, so far as number of cases was con- 
cerned, but was attended with no worse result than a re- 
duction of the school attendance for the time. 

On the fourth of March last, we discharged the last 
case of small-pox, which had been with us continuously all 
winter, and we were free from this disease until the fourth 
of June, when it appeared on Norton St., in the Readville 
District. 

After some deliberation it was decided unwise to re- 
move the patient to the small-pox hospital, and the con- 
sent of the owners being obtained, the patient and rest of 
the members of the family (who had not left the house 
previous to our knowledge of the case) were quarantine 
in their own home. 

Provisions, nurses and medical attendance was furn- 
ished, the quarantine being maintained by a police guard. 

During the following week two other members of the 
family were stricken with the disease, and were provided 
for in the same house. 

At the termination of the disease (which ended fatally 
in one case) and all danger of contagion from those sur- 
viving having passed, the house was thoroughly disin- 
fected and cleaned, rooms used for the patients papered 
and painted. 

The total cost to the Town for this outbreak of the dis- 
ease was $1,500. 

The total cost to the Town for small-pox for the past 
two years has been $7,850. The total cost for free vac- 
cinations and supplies for the same, $2,350. Total, 

$IO,.200. 

The expenses on account of care of patients and the dif- 
ferent places of detention are divided as follows : 



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Provisions and fuel, $855.00. Medicines and hospital 
supplies, $123,00. Replacing furniture, bedding and 
clothing destroyed, repapering and painting rooms, and 
furnishing small-pox hospital near Wood Ave., $265.00. 
Nurses and attendants. $1,285.00. Police guards at hos- 
pitals and several places quarantined, $350.00. Medical 
attendance, including specialists, $4,392.00. Building 
small-pox hospital and guard house, $302.00. Ambu- 
lance, $3600. Horses and carriages for 154 days, 
$225.00. Burial expenses, $47.00. 

We find after some inquiry, that the average cost per 
case in small-pox varies greatly in different places, some 
more and some less than with us; but in those towns and 
cities of approximately the same size, and where they had 
about the same number of cases extending over a period 
of between five and six months as ours did, and where 
the best means were used for the care and prevention of 
the disease, the cost was about the same. We are also 
satisfied that the large number of free vaccinations, to- 
gether with those that the local physicians provided for, 
have been largely instrumental in preventing a recurrence 
of small-pox this past winter, and- although it may have 
been considered, by some, expensive, still we feel that the 
Town has profited by the expenditure. 

We would again call your attention to the Readville 
District, and to Readville St. in particular. 

There is great need of some proper system of drainage 
for that section: and it becomes more necessary each 
year. 

The large number of people who will be attracted to 
that section on account of the manufactories and shops' 
being erected there will need accommodation, and every 
foot of available land should be in condition to be utilized. 



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In order to do this, and that the people should be able 
to live under sanitary conditions, some means must be 
devised, and plan carried out. to remove the surface 
water, and to drain the land which is regularly over- 
flowed, in addition to the ordinary sewerage system. 

We have filled up a depression in Waterloo St., which 
required about 200 loads of gravel, thereby abolishing a 
place for the collection of surface water, and while this 
has been effective, it is but palliative and a slight step in 
the right direction. 

We trust, that when this matter of drainage, etc., comes 
up for your consideration, (as it surely will), you will pro- 
vide proper means of relief to the people living in that lo- 
cality, and at the same time increase the taxable value of 
property in Readville. 

With the co-operation of Mr. Matthews, one of the own- 
ers of the adjacent property, we have put in a drain pipe 
culvert under Chestnut St., consisting of three lines of 
twenty-inch pipe, which is adequate to provide for the 
waters of Stony Brook even in a spring flood. 

There has been applications for about the same num- 
ber of sewer connections as in former years, and three 
more of the school houses have been connected, leaving 
three unconnected, the Damon, Fairmount and Green- 
wood. 

We would once more call your attention to the great 
benefit that may be derived from more general use of the 
sewer. 

The existence of privy vaults and cesspools, which are 
ever a nuisance, would be abolished and the general san- 
itary condition of the Town would be greatly improved, 
the value of property increased and every square foot of 
land so provided would be available for building purposes. 



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Your attention is also called to the great need of some 
suitable sanitary building, for the use of both sexes, near 
the business centre of the town. 

A proper location is already provided and we feel that 
it is necessary to the welfare of the public. 

Your attention is called to this matter at this time, as 
we feel sure that you will be called upon to provide this 
public accommodation in the near future. 

We wish in closing to thank the members of the Medi- 
cal Profession of this Town for their hearty co-operation 
with us in the work of preventing contagious disease. 

Your attention is also called to new regulations in the 
line of preventive medicine, which will be found in an- 
other part of this report. 

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 regu- 
lation shall forfeit a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars. 

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

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

Section II. All privy vaults, unless water-tight shall be so con- 
structed that the inside of the same shall be at least five feet distant 
from the line of any adjoining lot or street, and at least twenty feet 
from any dwelling house, and shall be provided with a ventilation 
through "the roof. The same shall not be used as cesspools nor re- 
ceive drainage from the premises. The contents shall not be allowed 
to leak out or otherwise become offensive. All privy vaults shall be 
of a size sufficient to satisfy the Board of Health. 

Section III. All waste water shall be conveyed through sufficient 
drains under ground to a cesspool sunk underground, which shall be 
of sufficient size to contain at least 80 cubic feet, and when not water- 
tight must be at least twenty feet from the cellar wall of any 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. 



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'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 
occupied as a dwelling place, has become by reason of the number of 
occupants, want of cleanliness, or other cause, unfit for such purpose, 
and a cause of nuisance or sickness to the occupants or to the public, 
may issue a notice in writing to such occupants, requiring the prem- 
ises 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 occu- 
pied without the written permission of the Board. 

Section II. No person shall throw or put into any public place or 
pond, or running stream or body of water, or in any other place 
where the Board of Health may deem it a nuisance, any dead animal, 
animal matter, decayed fruit or vegetables, dirt or rubbish whatever; 
nor shall any person throw into or upon any flats within the jurisdic- 
tion of the town, any dead animals, filth or offensive matter. 

Regulation 3. Swill 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. No person shall bury swill or house offal, or the con- 
tents 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 
collect swill and refuse matter from houses in Hyde Park twice a 
week or oftener, and all housekeepers and others are directed to 
deliver the same to those duly authorized to make such collections. 

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

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

Regulation 6. Contagious Diseases. Section I. Any person sick 
with the smallpox or other contagious disease, together with all per- 
sons in attendance upon them, and the premises where, such sick per- 



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son 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 the smallpox, scarlet fever, diphtheria, or any other 
disease dangerous to the public health, the Board shall, at their dis- 
cretion, 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, typus 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 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 deceased, shall forthwith report the fact to the Board of Health, 
and shall thoroughly disinfect such vehicle before the same is again 
used, and take such precaution as the Board of Health shall direct. 

Section VI. Any person in the Town of Hyde Park, who knows 
or suspects any domestic animal has contagious disease (such as glan- 
ders in horses or cholera in swine), must immediately report the 
same to the Board of Health. The penalty for neglect to do so is 
fine or imprisonment. The above is in accordance with the provi- 
sions of Chapter 252 of the Acts of 1887. 

Regulation 7. Section 1. All complaints in relation to nuisances 
and sources of filth injurious to the public health and safety, must be 
made in writing to the Board of Health, with a description of said 
nuisance and of the premises on which it exists, with the owner'si 
name, if known to the complainant. Such complaint 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 ot, 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 
engage 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 there- 
for, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 477 of the Acts of 
the year 1893 of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and Acts 
amendatory thereof, or supplementary thereto. 

Section II. Any person desiring to engage in or work at the busi- 
ness of plumbing, either as a master or employing plumber, or as a 



journeyman plumber, shall apply to the Board of Health, and shall 
at such time and place as may be designated by the Board of Examin- 
ers appointed by the Board of Health, as provided for in said Acts, 
to whom such application shall be referred, be examined as to his 
qualification for such business. In the case of a firm or corporation 
the examination and licensing of any one member of the firm, or the 
manager of the corporation, shall satisfy the requirements of this 
regulation. 

Section III. The Board of Examiners shall examine said appli- 
cants 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 to such applicant, authorizing him to en- 
gage in or work at the business of plumbing. The fees for a license 
for a master or employing plumber shall be two dollars: for a- 
journeyman plumber it shall be fifty cents. Said license shall be 
issued annually, expiring on the thirty-first day of May next ensuing,, 
and shall be conditional on skilful work and a strict observance of 
the rules governing plumbing. 

Section IV. No person shall carry on the business of plumbing 
unless he shall have first registered his name and place of business 
in the office of the Board of Health; and notice of any change in the 
place of 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, until plans showing in detail the 
whole drainage system shall have been filed at the office of the Board 
of Health, upon blanks in such form as the Board may determine; 
no person shall commence 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 re- 
jected 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 pub- 
lic 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 premises connected with a public or private sewer, without per- 
mission in writing first being obtained from the Board of Health of 
this town. And whenever there is a privy-vault or cesspool so situ- 
ated, which in the opinion of the Board of Health of this town is 
injurious to the public health, said Board of Health shall declare 
same to be a nuisance and forbid its continuance. 

Regulation 11. After the first clearing up of ashes, beginning May 
1, all rubbish, ashes, etc., to be removed by town carts are to be- 



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placed in receptacles not larger than an ordinary flour barrel, and in 
places easily accessible to the collector. Vault filth, oft'al, bricks and 
mortar, gravel and garden shrubbery are not included in the above, 
and will not be removed by the town. 

Regulation 12. All persons (who under Chap. 75, Art. 49 and 50 of 
the Revised Laws are required to report cases of contagious disease) 
shall report each case of chicken-pox. 

Regulation 13. No person or persons shall remove from the 
premises where a case or cases of contagious disease exists, any milk 
vessel or container used in the sale or delivery of milk, when he or 
they know, or the Board of Health through their agent, shall give 
due notice, by posting the same on the premises, that such disease 
exists. 

The foregoing rules and regulations were made under the Revised 
Statutes and are similar to those of other towns in the state: and a 
careful 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 W. Scott, Chairman, and Members of the 
Board of Health, Hyde Park, Mass. 

Gentlemen : — I have the honor to submit to you my 
sixth annual report as Inspector of Plumbing, for the year 
ending January 31st, 1903. 

There has been filed at this office 186 applications to 
do plumbing, with plans and specifications calling for the 
following fixtures. 

Sinks, 130; water closets, 235; Wash bowls, 45; bath 
tubs. 55; wash trays, 43. 

As in nearly every case the Inspector was consulted 
previous to the filing of plans, there were no great 
changes to be made or violations of the rules to be recti- 
fied. 

Such work as did not meet with the approval of the In- 
spector was cheerfully altered to conform to the laws, and 



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I wish to thank the Master Plumbers of the Town for 
their assistance in supplying to the people of the Town 
proper sanitary appliances. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CALEB T. LOVELL, 

Inspector. 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDI- 
TURES. 



INCIDENTALS. 

Paid Frank B. Rich rent town offices, $1,149.93 

" " " " Waverly Hall, 320.00 

E. R. Morse, repairing vault, 9.00 
Adams, Cushing & Foster, stationery, 119.89 
Elizabeth K. Jenney, preparing trans- 
fers and typewriting, 104.00 

Andrew Fisher, stationery, 3.70 

F. W. Darling Co., coal, 20.25 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lighting, 130.00 
Mahony's Express, expressing, 2.20 
Dedham & Hyde Park Gas & Electric 

Light Co., lighting, 52.36 
George H. Snow, salary, inspector of 

buildings, 300.00 

F. H. Baker, damage to wagon, 20.00 
George W. Lockwood, secretary, cash 

paid out for selectmen, 3°-45 

Smith & Higgins, death returns, .50 
S. R. Moseley, printing, advertising, 

and postage, 630.45 

Rich Brothers, supplies, 8.10 

Hyde Park Ice Cream Co., lunches, 7 I -93 

John Tuckerman, repairing chairs, 2.50 
Henry B. Terry, obtaining, recording 

and indexing births, marriages and 

deaths, 250.90 

Carter Ink Co., ink, 8.90 
Wm. F. Dodge, janitor services, labor, 

and cash paid out, 520.20 

W. H. Plummer, labor, 12.60 

Benjamin E. Phillips, labor and stock, 2.50 

J. W. Mills & Co., supplies, 7.68 

Library Bureau, supplies, 35. 20 

A. T. Bickmore, cushions, .85 

W. H. Harlow, coal, 131.00 

A. Raymond, carriage service, 38.00 

Edward D. Kollock, printing, 612.42 

W. E. Smalling, labor and stock, 1.25 



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Henry S. Bunton, Treas., pay rolls, tel- 
lers and ballot clerks at elections $269.00 

Frank P. McGregor, printing and ad- 
vertising, 

H. B. Astrom, labor, 

Murphy, Leaverns Co., brushes, 

Adams Express Co., expressing, 

Hobbs, Warren Co., stationery, 

H. C. Dimond Co., stamps, 

Pratt Fastener Mfg. Co., fasteners, 

Corson Express Co., expressing, 

E. Q. Dyer, supplies, 
Ralph W. Balkam, salary, inspector of 

animals, 

New England Telegraph & Telephone 
Co., telephone service, 

Franklin C. Graham, death returns, 

J. L. Fairbanks, stationery, 

L. E. Cowles, printing, 

Herman Strater & Sons, measures, 

A. E. Mcintosh, stationery, 

George W. Lockwood, Secretary Board 
of Selectmen, 

J. Cashman, posting, 

Wm. H. Norris & Son, ins. premiums 

G. L. Richardson, plans and surveys, 

A. E. Tibbetts, labor, 

George W. Chapman, Secretary Board 
of Assessors, 

Charles E. Morrison, damage to wagon, 

Charles F. Jenney, professional services, 

George Sanford, refund tax title, 

Thomas Sweeney, labor, 

Sampson, Murdock & Co., directory, 

Henry B. Terry, insurance premiums, 

Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict, repair- 
ing typewriter, 

S. Edwards, cuspidors, 

W. E. Smalling, labor and stock, 

F. W. Gleason & Co., stove and labor, 
American Tool & Machine Co., labor, 
Woman's Relief Corps, lunches at election, 
Henry M. Meek Publishing Co., blanks, 
Archibald Cochran, labor, 
Norfolk Co. Registry of Deeds, recording, 



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Henry B. Terry, cash paid out, 

F. W. Barry, Beale & Co., stationery, 

Henry B. Terry, clerical services, regis- 
trar of voters, 

Franklin C. Graham, burial expenses, 

Alice G. Morrison, copying, 

County of Norfolk, entry fee, 

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection & 
Insurance Company, premiums, 

George W. Lockwood, ins. premiums, 

J. E. Farrell, supplies, 

James A. Cullen, cash paid out, 

Frederic Endicott, professional services, 

Globe Stamp Works, stamp, 

Henry B. Terry, services to selectmen, 

Dr. J. T. Tibbetts, birth returns, 

Dr. C. C. Partridge, " 

Dr. F. L. Babcock, " 

Dr. H. R. Hitchcock, " 

Dr. D. J. Hanlon, 

Dr. A. D. Holmes, " 

Dr. E. H. Baxter, " 

John Crosby, death returns, 

James E. Cotter, professional services, 

Merrill Underhill, sealer weights and 
measures, and cash paid out, 



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

Transferred September 12, 
1902, to account of 
Beacon street drain, $644.08 

Transferred Jan. 22, 1903, 
to appropriation for sup- 
port of the poor, 1,000.00 



•2S 
*-S5 

70.00 

70.00 

50.00 

3.00 

75.00 
96.85 
16.60 

8-55 
3-3° 

•5° 
200.00 

7-5° 

2.25 

1.50. 

12.25 

*4-75 

3-5° 

5-25 

!7-7S 

326.50 

35- 12 



$2,227.43 
10,000.00 

$12,227.43 



1,644.08 



',520.2! 



Net appropriation, ^10,583.35 

* Balance unexpended, $3>°63.o7 

* NOTE. — Of this balance, $378.40 set apart by tov/n for assessors' 
plans. 



97 

POLICE. 

Paid * Henry S. Bunton, Treasurer, police 

service, as per pay rolls, $9,170.25 

F. W. Darling Co., coal, T 55-75 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lighting, 83.37 

A. Raymond, carriage service, 3°-5° 

J. W. Mills, supplies, 3.02 

E. Q. Dyer, " 14.52 
Daniel O'Connell, cash paid out, 6.00 
W. G. Robinson, labor and stock, 5.00 
N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., telephone service, 108.84 
J. M. McDermott, labor, 9.50 
R. N. Burnes, supplies, 5.75 
Mitchell Mfg. Co., badges, 10.00 
Frank P. McGregor, printing, 3.75 
S. R. Moseley, " 5.50 
Wm. H. Barritt, photographs, 6.00 
George Tacey, labor stock, 10.00 
Edward E. Hall, labor, 5.00 
Robert McCaslin, carriage service, 3.50 

F. W. Swett, labor and stock, 4.40 
W. E. Smalling, " " 4.40 
Daniel O'Connell, serving dog warrant, 25.00 
C. E. Davenport, ice, 5.40 
T. J. Dolan, plumbing, 2.00 
A. D. Holmes, professional services, 11.00 
Franklin C. Graham, ambulance, 13-00 
Thorp & Martin Co., stationery, 10.64 



Cr. 
By balance unexpended last year, $1,096.66 

Appropriation, 10,000.00 



),7 12.09 



$11,096.66 

Balance unexpended, $1,384.57 

* Note.— Salary of Chief of Police is $1300; patrolman, $960 
special officers, $2.50 per day. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Paid * Henry S. Bunton, Treasurer, drivers, 
steward, and superintendent of fire 
alarm, as per pay rolls, $4,709.16' 

E. S. Alden, supplies, 1.5a 



Charles L. Farnsworth, lunches, $ 2.50 

E. Q. Dyer, supplies, 60.49 
B. B. Kivlin, labor, 61.40 
J. W. Hudson, blacksmithing, 114.00 
Broad Gage Iron Works, maple, 22.56 
John Johnston, blacksmithing and 

carriage work, 98.34 

Corson Express Co., expressing, 34-85 

W. G. Robinson, use of wagon, IO -5o 

Dan'l S. Kennedy, repairing and supplies, 48.75 

Dodge & Tyler, grain, ll 5-53 

James G. Bolles, labor, 1.00 

Henry K. Barnes, supplies, 676.37 

Frank Kunkel, labor, 66.39 

Margaret Jenkins, washing, 23.40 

A. Raymond, use of horses, 117.00 

George Miles, supplies, 29.50 

Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lighting, 200.72 

W. H. Harlow, lumber and coal, 276.07 

D. J. Greene, supplies, 4.50 

James Forgie & Son, harness supplies, 4.50 

N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., telephone service, 69.10 

Dr. J. M. Kiggen, professional services, 47-75 

James D. Lee, labor 15-00 

George M. Stevens, fire alarm supplies, 43.18 

F. W. Darling Co., feed and coal, 244.49 
Edward E. Hall, watchman, 5.00 
F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 6.97 
Rich Brothers, supplies, 4.00 
P. Murphy & Co., blacksmithing, 37.00 
J. A. & W. Bird & Co., chemicals, 30.09 
W. E. Decrow, fire alarm supplies, 330. 7 7 
F. W. Sawtelle & Co., coal and feed, 148.17 
George E. Noyes, labor, 20.63 
H. A. Collins & Co., feed, 121.04 
S. J. Kivlin, washing, 4.00 
J. H. Wetherbee, services as engineer, 62.50 

" " " chief engineer, 75.00 

" " " clerk, 33.35 

John C. McDougald, " chief engineer, 75.00 

" " " engineer, 62.50 

W. G. Robinson, " " 125.00 

Pay roll, Hose Co. No. 1, 675.00 

" " No. 2, 375-00 



Pay roll, Hose Co. No. 3, $375-°° 

" Hook and Ladder Co., 825.00 

" Chemical Co., 225.00 

Raymond Show Case Co., show case, 15-0° 

Tyler Grain & Coal Co., feed, 220.86 

W. D. Ward, clock, 5.50 

W. T. McLaughlin Co., feed, 25.58 

J. E. Farrell, supplies, 1.81 

A. H. French, polish, 2.00 

Malcom Stewart, labor and stock, 39-95 

J. Concannon, labor, 2.47 

M. Galligan, supplies, 7.38 

L. F. Upham, painting, 133-35 

Welch & Hall Co., horses, 292.38 
Pettingell, Andrews Co., electrical supplies, 3.40 

R. N. Burnes, oil cloth, 1.00 

J. Mackie, labor, 5.90 
N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., rent of land, 15.00 

Thomas J. Fallon, medicines, 12.10 

J. A. Crowley, " 5.25 

Walter Kunkel, labor, 9.88 



Cr. 
By balance unexpended last year, $1,630.18 

Appropriation, 11,300.00 



i"iS I 3-3 8 



12,930.18 



Balance unexpended, $1,416.80 

* Note. — Drivers and permanent men receive $900 per year; 
steward and superintendent of alarm, $1,000 per year. 



HIGHWAY. 

Paid Henry S. Bunton, Treasurer, labor as 

per pay rolls, $9,728.72 

D. S. Kennedy, harness work & repairs, 145-85 
Hyde Park Elec. Light Co., lighting, 36.28 
W. G. Lugton, blacksmithing, *i-°5 
Patrick Rooney, labor, 177.81 
Fred. C. Gifford, roller picks, 90.00 
Dodge & Tyler, feed, T 3 2 -45 
Boston Belting Co., lacings, 2.40 

E. Q. Dyer, supplies, 2 79-5° 
L. T. Corrigan, gravel, 37.45 
J. W. Hudson, blacksmithing, 56.50 



100 

Corson Express Co., expressing, $ 13-60 
W. T. McLaughlin, feed, 134-68 
Mrs. S. T. Pollock, gravel, 8.00 
W. H. Harlow, lumber, coal, etc., 865.52 
Walworth Mfg. Co., supplies, 1.55 
H. B. Ostrom, labor, 1.00 
Henry S. Grew, gravel, 427.20 
M. O'Connor, blacksmithing, 48.00 
George H. Sampson, supplies, 6.85 
John Johnston, blacksmithing and car- 
riage work, 164.04 
C. G. Norris, Supt., cash paid out, i7-5° 
N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., telephone service, 21.70 
Alex. Wills, gravel, 4.00 
B. Rafter, labor and stock, 101.22 
J. E. Farrell, supplies, 80.04 
Becker-Brainard Co., labor and belting, 6.42 
A. E. Mcintosh, stationery, 1.30 
Peter Shepard, concreting, 2,414.82 

E. W. Everson & Co., stone, 7554 
H. A. Collins & Co., feed, 182.49 
T. H. Corrigan, labor and feed, 843.14 
Perrin, Seamans & Co., supplies, 85.27 
H. H. Harvey, hammers, 3- J 9 
Chas. A. Claflin & Co., supplies, 44-3 1 
S. & R. J. Lombard, stone, 731-81 
A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, 37. 1 o 
Thomas P. Kingston, labor, 3.00 
Thomas Sweeney, labor and gravel, 7.50 
S. A. Tucker, gravel, 38.10 
G. Sutherland & Co., oil, 5.30 
Boston Blower Co., bolts, 5.37 
Underhay Oil Co., oil, 17.61 
W. E. Smalling, labor and stock, 18.85 
George Miles, supplies, 7.21 
J. H. Kazar, inspecting boiler, 4.00 
Charles E. Morrison, supplies, 5.94 
Mahoney's Express, expressing, 5.90 
Morgan Curran, stone, 6.00 

F. W. Darling Co., coal and feed, 208.87 
Amer. Tool & Machine Co., repairing 

and supplies, 38.89 

F. W. Sawtelle & Co., coal and gravel, 28.91 
Dr. Henry N. Hill, professional services, 18.50 



101 

D. W. Lewis, pipe, $ 4.48' 
Charles F. Bates, oil, 19.60 
Sewer Commissioners, pipe, 18.60 
W. Shea & Son, paving stone, 2 33-75 
M. H. Stack, oil, I 5- 2 S 
J. H. Stahl, gravel, 367.20 

E. S. Alden, supplies, 3.07 
H. Johnson, granolithic walks, 186.38 
R. A. Rooney, damages to house, 12.60 
W. G. Lugten, blacksmithing, 1.00 
Albert Dodge, feed, 81.10 
Austin Ford & Son, stone, 82.50 
W. H. Gallison Co., cups, 4.50 
G. Sutherland & Co., polish, 1.10 
Barbour, Stockwell Co., grates, 15.75 
Tyler Grain & Coal Co., feed, 107.03 
A. Currier, oil, 4.50 
Buffalo Pitts Steam Roller Works, re- 
pairing roller, 53. 1 9 

J. A. Richardson, supplies, .70 

Harrison S. C. Davis, roller, ^-oo 

Hyde Park Water Works, pipe, 18.76 

C. L. Bartlett, horse, 225.00 
Crosby Steam Gage & Valve Co., valve, 7.00 

Merrill Underhill, hay, 95-8o 

J. S. Lovejoy, supplies, 1.05 

R. N. Burnes, stove, 8.50 

Geo. E. Whiting, rent of ledge, 200.00 

W. Shea & Son, paving stone, 59.25 

C. T. Griffiths, supplies, 13-40 
Dr. E. H. Baxter, professional services, 4.00 

A. H. Brainard, gravel, 8.60 

Thorp & Martin Co., stationery, 4.05 

W. W. Hilton, labor and stock, 36.00 

Frost & Adams, supplies, 6.94 

Readville Store, supplies, .93 



Cr. 

By balance unexpended from last year, 65.64 

Appropriation, 20,000.00 

Street assessments, 95-93 

Sidewalk assessments, 94-37 



: 9.3S4.83 



$20,255.94 



Balance unexpended, 



102 

BUSINESS STREET. 

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

pay rolls, $1,302.00 

Corson Express Co., expressing, 7.00 

S. & R. J. Lombard, stone, 25.00 

W. H. Harlow, supplies, I2 -73 

Kingsley Iron Machine Co., pipe, 22.30 

T. H. Corrigan, labor, 230.97 

$1,600.00 

Cr. 
By amount appropriation, $1,600.00 



WEST RIVER STREET. 

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

pay rolls, 1,001.03 

T. H. Corrigan, labor, 358.36 

W. H. Harlow, coal, etc., 28.33 

F. W. Darling Co., " 15.40 



$1,403.12 

Cr. 
By amount appropriation, $1,600.00 

Balance unexpended, $196.88 

HYDE PARK AVENUE. 

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

pay rolls, $1,932.70 

F. W. Sawtelle & Co., coal, 13.62 

W. H. Harlow, " 8.25 

T. H. Corrigan, labor, 545-o° 

$2,500.00 

Cr. 
By amount appropriation, $2,500.00 



ROSEMONT STREET. 

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

pay rolls, $530.20 

H. L. Smith, gravel, 20.00 

E. W. Everson & Co., stone, 126.42 

Thomas Cogan, gravel, 1.80 

Charlotte Barme, " 6.00 

Frost & Adams, supplies, .60 



$685.02 



103 
Cr. 



By amount appropriation, $750.00 

Balance unexpended, $64.98 



TILESTON STREET. 

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

payrolls, $33°- 1 5 

W. H. Harlow, lumber, 5.19 

H. L. Smith, gravel, 38.10 

E. W. Everson & Co., stone, 26.56 



Cr. 
By amount appropriation, $400.00 



BEACON STREET DRAIN. 

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

pay rolls, $1 41.7 5 

E. W. Everson, labor as per contract, 822.00 
W. H. Harlow, lumber, 3.20 

$966.95 

Cr. 
By amount appropriation, $1,000.00 

Balance unexpended, $33-°5 



STREET WATER. 

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

pay rolls, $3,364.00 

Hyde Park Water Co., water, 871.68 

" " labor, 48.78 
John Johnston, blacksmithing and 

wagon work, 127.43 

W. E. Smalling, labor, 8.59 

Chas. A. Claflin & Co., supplies, 18.68 

A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, 66.46 

Chas. L. Bartlett, water cart, 244.50 



Cr. 
By balance unexpended from last year, $361.91 

Amount of appropriation, 4,500.00 



>75°- 1: 



$4,861.91 



Balance unexpended, $111.79 



104 

STREET RAILWAY TAX. 

Paid^Henry S. Bunton, treas., labor as per 

pay rolls, ■ $2,031.90 

E. Q. Dyer, supplies, 16.32 

Dodge & Tyler, feed, 58.77 
Daniel S. Kennedy, supplies and 

repairing, 14-05 

E. W. Everson & Co., stone, 16.70 

C. G. Norris, cash paid out, 2.65 

Perrin, Seamans & Co., supplies, 1.69 

J. E. Farrell " 3.15 

Hyde Park Elec. L. Co., lighting, 6.88 
John Johnston, blacksmithing and wagon 

work, 81.73 

Frank Kunkel, labor, 10.25 

H. A. Collins & Co., grain, 29.00 

Frost & Adams, supplies, 6.57 

J. W. Hudson, blacksmithing, 6.00 



Cr. 

By balance unexpended last year, $2,810.86 

Amount appropriation, 2,369.90 



$2,285.66 



$5,180.76 



Balance unexpended, $2,895.10 



STREET LIGHTS. 



Paid Hyde Park Electric Light Co., 

lighting, $10,051.28 

Dedham & Hyde Park Gas Electric 

Light Co., lighting, 53.75 

Chas. T. Peck, lighting and cash paid 

out, J 65.9o 



Cr. 
By balance unexpended last year, $1,367.65 

Amount appropriation, 10,700.00 



$10,330.93 



$12,067.75 

Balance unexpended, $1,736.72 



105 



PUBLIC PARKS. 



Paid Thorp &]Martin Co., stationery, $ 5.00 

D. W. Mahoney, labor, 25.00 

Malcom Stewart, labor and stock, I 5-°° 



$45.00 



Cr. 
By balance unexpended last year, $1,504.00 

Balance unexpended, 1,459.00 



FIRE HYDRANTS. 



Paid Hyde Park Water Co., hydrant 

service, $5,675.00 

Cr. 
By appropriation, $5^7S'°° 

INSURANCE. 

Paid William B. Kollock, insurance 

premiums, $1,155.00 

Frank L. George insurance premiums, 6.00 

Edward D. Blake, " 4.00 

Geo. W. Lockwood, " I 97-5° 

Wm. H. Norris & Son, " 99-9° 

Henry B. Terry, " 37-6o 

$1,500.00 

Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, $1,500.00 



GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

Paid Timothy Ingraham, Post 121, G. A. R. $200.00 

Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, $200.00 



JOHANNA McASKILL CASE. 

Paid Johanna McAskill amount of damages 

as agreed, $1,500.00 

Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, $1,500.00 



106 

SALARIES. 

Paid Alonzo W. Dunbar, salary as selectman, $200.00' 
John Johnston, " " " 200.00 

James F. Pring, " " " 200.00 

Fred Y. French, " " " 200.00 

Charles E. Palmer, " " " 200.00 

Henry S. Bunton, " " treasurer, 500.00 
Henry B. Terry, " " town clerk, 250.00 

Charles F. Morrison, " ' " assessor, 300.00- 
George W. Chapman, " " " 300.00 

Frank Greenwood, " " " 300,00 

Wm. W. Scott, " Board of Health, 100.00 

W. S. Everett, " " " 100.00 

Chas. F. Stack, " " " 100.00 

David Perkins, " " Sewer Com. 100.00 

Wm. U. Fairbairn, " " " 100.00 

Charles Haley, " " " 100.00 

Charles Lewis, " Overseer of Poor, 150.00 

George W. Chapman, " " " 150.00 

George E. Haven, ". " " 150.00 

Charles F. Jenney, " Cemetery Com. 50.00 
George E. Whiting, " " 50.00 

John O'Connell, " " 50.00 

Wm. G. Downey, " Auditor, 25.00 

Frederick C. Stone, " " 25.00 

Fred. G. Katzmann, " " 25.00 

Geo. Sanford, collect, taxes, 1899, 1900, 1,000.00 
Randolph P. Moseley, collect, taxes, 1901, 500.00 
" " " 1902, 600.00 

Henry B.Terry, salary, registrar of voters, 40.00 
Arthur T. Rogers, " " " 40.00 

John B. Chadbourne, " " " 40.00 

William F. Mclntyre, " " " 40.00 



Cr. 
By balance unexpended from last year, $2,300.00 
Amount of appropriation, 5,585.00 



,185.00 



$7,885.00 
Balance unexpended, $1,700.00 



107 

PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

CURRENT EXPENSES. 

Paid Elizabeth Ainsworth, librarian, $591.66 

Nellie A. Stone, assistant librarian, 39 J -63 

Gertrude L. Adams, " " 345-76 

E. J. Chandler, janitor, 499.96 
H. Stavers, assistant janitor, 21.50 
C. E. Higbee, «« " 15.50 
J. Winchenbaugh, assistant janitor, 20.83 

F. W. Darling Co., heating, 367.50 
W. H. Harlow, heating, 94-47 
Dedham & Hyde Park Gas & Electric 

Light Co., lighting, 87-33 
Hyde Park Electric Light Co., lighting, 186.85 

C. E. Palmer, painting, 112.55 

A. W. Dunbar, " 45. 00 

S. R. Moseley, printing, 66.25 

F. J. Barnard & Co., binding, 226.55 

J. A. Paine, carpenter, I S- I 9 

F. W. Gleason & Co., plumbing, 14.48 

Library Bureau, cards and cases, 4 J -67 

" Art Club, picture exhibit, 5.00 

E. R. & E. H. Tarbell, gas fixtures, 6.00 

Carter, Rice Co., paper, 14.28 

A. Duncan Co., heating apparatus, 21.86 

S. M. Farnum, printing, 7.00 

A. E. Mcintosh, periodicals, 7.60 

W. E. Smalley, " 1.20 

H. D. Noyes & Co., " 202.63 

Silver, Burdett& Co., " 9.79 

Little, Brown Co., books, 94-67 

J. M. Sullivan, bookbinding, 20.20 

DeWolfe, Fiske Co., periodicals, 1.75 

Essex Publishing Co., " 6.00 

Charles Scribner & Sons, " 5.00 

Cupples & Shoenhof, " 34. 18 

Mitchel M'fg. Co., supplies, 1.85 

J. Carter & Co., paper, 5-63 

P. P. Caproni & Bro., pictures, 33. 00 

E. D. Kollock, printing, 55-°° 

Smith & McCance, periodicals, 9.00 

E. Ainsworth, " 15-0° 

A. Storrs & Bement Co., paper, 2.60 

A. W. Elson & Co., periodicals, 4.10 



108 



A. P. Bickmore, supplies, 
E. M. Cundall, teaming, 
Caleb Hall, 

Mahoney's Express, expressage, 
Corson's Express, " 

B. E. Phillips, painting, 
A. E. Tibbetts, supplies 

Suffolk Engraving & Electrotyping 

Co., printing, 
W. D. Ward, supplies, 
Mrs. A. E. Mcintosh, supplies, 

C. M. Alexander, " 
J. Brandley, grading, 

E. J. Chandler, supplies, 

C. H. McKenney, lamps, 

Dennison Mfg. Co., supplies, 

Norfolk Cornice & Roofing Co., repairs, 

E. Q. Dyer, supplies, 
M. E. Noble, " 

F. P. McGregor, supplies, 
P. O. Box, 

O. B. Ostrom & Co., wiring, 

J. W. Grigg, andirons, 

Paine Mfg. Co., supplies, 

T. M. Mulcahy, " 

E. M. Thompson & Co., periodicals, 

Current Expenses, sundries, 

E. V. Ainsworth, assisting in library, 



By balance unexpended, 
Appropriation, 

Balance unexpended, 

Little, Brown & Co., 
T. M. Thompson Co., 
H. D. Noyes & Co., 
Damrell & Upham, 
C. E. Lauriat Co., 
W. A. DePew, 

By balance unexpended, 
Appropriation, 



Cr. 



BOOKS. 



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$961.87 
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109 



CEMETERY EXPENDITURES. 

Paid pay roll, $943-43 
Superintendent's salary, 400.00 
Land, 211.00 
Arthur T. Rogers, cutting and furnish- 
ing steps, 200.25 
Ames Plow Co., 14-78 
Schlegel & Fottler, grass Seed, 3.00 
Ordway Loring & Ricker, webbing, 3.63 
American Powder Co., dynamite, 15.85 
A. Vinal & Co., hardware, .15 
Mahoney's Express, 1.50 
W. H. Harlow, cement, etc., 77.15 
Bomgardner Lowering Device Co., 

(Lowering device), l S-°° 

Hyde Park Water Co., 12.00 

J. Hudson, blacksmithing, 6.00 

N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. freight, 4.95 

J. Hodgkinson, fertilizer, 6.00 

Q. Dyer, sundries, 2.78 

Telephone 1 2.50 



Cr. 
By balance in treasury, February 1, 1902, 
Sale of lots, 
Sale of single graves, 
Interments and tomb fees, 
Foundations, 
Wood, 

Interest on fund from Town of 
Hyde Park, 



;8, 630.89 
1,175.0c 

375-°° 
566.00 
200.95 
108.75 

345- 2 4 



$1,929.97 



Balance unexpended, 



BOARD OF 

Balance on hand from last year, 
Appropriation during the year, 



HEALTH. 



$1,153.25 

10,500.00 

4,000.00 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

Cash paid out : 

James Kingston, $38.25 

I. D. Mclntyre, 77-7o 

John McCarthy, 294.29 



,47 I - 



110 



Isabella Dillaon, $ 

A. J. Vautrinot, 

Dr. J. H. O'Connor, 

M. Cullen, 

E. E. Hall, 

Wallace Crawford, 

Dr. Tibbetts, 

L. Overbuck, 

E. N. Bullard, rent of stable, 

T. Griffin, labor, 

A. Halloran, labor, 

Owen McMahon, police, 

William Smith, labor in small-pox cases, 

C. A. Andrews, painting and paper hang- 
ing. 

Geo. N. M. Brewer, drugs and supplies, 

J. W. Mills, provisions, 

C. F. Taylor, stock and labor, 

Matthew Robinson, goods and clothing 
destroyed, 

J. H. Tuckerman, repairing table, 

Oak Grove Farm, milk, 

Carter, Carter, Meigs Co., formaldehyde, 

George Adler, shades, 

H. & N. Morrison, 

A. Fradenberg, medicine and supplies, 

C. F. Morrison, provisions, 

Dr. Lucy B. Hall, professional services, 

Dr. Morgan, " 



Dr. Beal, 

Dr. Partridge, 

Dr. Atwood, 

Dr. Baxter, 

Dr. Sturtevant, 

Dr. Hitchcock, 

Dr. Hanlon, 

F. C. Graham, mdse., 

Corson's Express, 

Dr. C. F. Stack, professional services, 

W. G. Batchelder, provisions, 

T. F. Fallon, medicine and supplies, 

Rich Bros., mdse., 

M. Galligan, provisions, 

F. E. Gray, provisions, 



125.00 

200.00 

5.00 

6.06 

20.00 

9-5° 

5.00 

10.90 

120.00 

10.25 

5-75 

3.00 

30.00 

16.00 

40.83 

40.83 

3.00 

9.00 
.60 

19.88 

46.86 

3.20 

3- 2 3' 

3-4° 

77.82 

13.00 

i7-5o 

5-5° 
5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

19.00 

5.00 

5.00 

50.65 

10.65 

308.93 

1.20 

58.69 

38.66 

73-37 
!o7-35 



Ill 



E. H. Dyer, police, 
■George Montena, police, 
Henry Harwood, " 
Roger Flaherty, " 
Raeder & Co., 

F. A. Davis, books, 
W. H. Harlow, coal, 
George Miles, provisions, 
M. C. Stiles, nurse, 
M. E. Noble, medicine and supplies, 
W. E. Smalling, fitting keys, 
M. O'Connor, horse shoeing, 
Hyde Park Times, printing and adver- 
tising, 

Studley & Simpson, cans, 

Mahoney's Express, 

C. E. Davenport, ice, 

Dr. H. N. Hill, professional services, 

Adams Express, 

L. F. Upham, painting wagon 

J. A. Crowley, medicines and supplies, 

R. N. Burnes, furniture and bedding, 

G. W. Lockwood, insurance, 
J. C. Chaddock, carriage hire, 
Hyde Park Clothing Co., 
J. Mackintosh, milk, 
Morris Gelewitz, mdse., 
Dr. Willard S. Everett, professional ser 

vices, and clerk, 
A. Dodge, hay and grain, 
A. Raymond, carriage, 

C. T. Griffiths, electrical supplies, 
N. E. Towel Supply, 
Wm. T. McLaughlin, hay and grain, 
W. G. Lugton, horseshoeing and stable 

rent, 
F. W. Sawtelle, hay and grain, 
E. Q. Dyer, mdse., 
W. L. Durant, piping, 
Tyler Grain and Coal Co., hay and grain, 47.11 

D. S. Kennedy, harness and repairing, 99.60 
N. E. Tel. & Telegraph, telephone, 41.82 
John Milne, supplies, 2.50 



$147.10 
78.00 

39-3o 
4.80 
7.00 
7.00 

39- 2 5 

23- 2 3 
200.00 

63.91 

.20 

27.00 

i7- 2 5 

180.00 

12.00 

6-57 

18.75 

!3-3° 

3 6 -75 
7-35 

55-47 

30.00 

1 1 1.43 

.90 

. 5-28 

•IS 

4.334-°° 
38.02 
47.00 
20.20 
16.00 
167.29 

103.65 

372.42 
22.47 

7.71 



112 

S. R. Moseley, printing, advertising, and 

stamps, $37-6o 

Caramel Co., supplies, 2.20 

W. H. Plummer, lumber and labor, 63.41 

E. S. Alden, groceries, 5.27 

Dr. T. B. Shea, professional services, 25.00 

H. A. Collins, supplies, 1.25 

B. Benari, supplies, 2.00 
Patrick Murphy, horseshoeing, 10.50 
William Shea, labor, 10.00 
W. Clancy, labor, IO -75 
Catherine Cassidy, board during quaran- 
tine, 70.00 

Geo. Duarte, rent during quarantine, 5.00 
J. Owen Dunn, property destroyed, paper- 
ing and painting, 50.00 

C. H. White, carriage, 10.00 
Frank Kunkel, cart, I §4-75 
Globe Gaslight Co., 10.20 
Wm. Wragg, serving notices, 3.30 
R. W. Karnan, mdse., n-25 
J. H. Rhodes, disinfecting apparatus, 4.00 
C. T. Lovell, salary as inspector and 

health officer, and cash paid out 
car fares and expenses, 1,194.26 

Oliver Dennette, collecting ashes, 612.00 

John Corrigan, " " 612.00 

James McCarthy, " " 612.00 

Patrick Martin, " " 612.00 

Peter Anderson, collecting swill, 673.50 

A. Mathews, " " 666.00 
E. Hukin, " " 742.50 
Henry V. Harwood, stove, 2.00 
H. W. Robinson, watching, 3-oo 
W. L. Andrews, papering and painting, 12.75 

B. Richardson, provisions, .67 
A. T. Frost, medicine, 8.80 
Mrs. Cooper, groceries and milk, 18.02 
Cash balance in hands of Town Treas- 
urer, January 31, 1903, 957-°4 



; 1 5,65.2. 25 15,652.25 



113 

ACCOUNT- OF MONEY RECEIVED AND PAID 

OUT FOR THE SALE OF SWILL. 

Balance on hand from last year, $ .13 

Cash paid Adams Express, $ .75 

Mass. Asso. Boards of Health, 1 §-S° 

A. Fisher, supplies, 3. 28 

E. E. Hall, chest, 2.00 

Dr. Waterman, Est., vaccine, 3.75 

Wilbur Caldwell, care of swill, 10.00 

Perley Campbell, carriage hire, 1.00 

Gas Co., gas, 2.50 

C. T. Lovell, for cash paid out, 3.51 

W. S. Everett, cash paid out, 7.61 

Cash received, 81.00 

Balance on hand, . 28.23 

$81.13 $81.13 



SCHOOL DEPARTMENT. 





SALARIES. 








SUPERINTENDENT. 






Paid F. 0. Draper, 


HIGH 


SCHOOL. 




$2,500.00 


Paid M. S. Getchell, 






$2,000.00 




Emerson Rice, 






1,300.00 




M. C. Howard, 






80O.OO 




R. P. Bridgman, 






700.00 




M. E. Houston, 






650.OO 




E. L. Bishop, 
L. T. Wood, 






65O.OO 

618.32 




Julia Evans, 
S. N. Whitman, 






42.25 
160.OO 




A. M. Twigg, 
C. E. Neal, 






555-oo 
481.00 




B. L. Nichols, 






60.00 




N. E. Titus, 






325.00 




S. E. McCready, 
L. E. Cyr, 






300.00 
45.00 


$8,686.57 








GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 






Paid D. G. Thompson 
A. I. Childs, 


j 




$1,400.00 
500.00 




H. P. Cleaves, 






440.00 




F. A. Putnam, 
H. B. Balkam, 






459- 2 5 
450.00 




B. J. Rich, 






450.00 




H. F. Packard, 






500.00 




H. M. Gidney, 
A. E. Haley, 
L. M. Foss, 
M. B. Timson, 






445-75 

45.00 

500.00 

.80 


$5,190.80 






AMOS WEBSTER SCHOOL. 




Paid L. J. Davis, 






500.00 




E. G. Plummer, 






450.00 




G. S. Mitchell, 
M. E. Gray, 






427.50 
427.50 


* t Snf nn 



115 
" BUTLER SCHOOL. 






Paid A. E. Haley, 


$3° 2 -5° 


$302.50 






TRESCOTT SCHOOL. 






Paid A. E. Haley, 


$90.00 




E. Burgess, 


66.00 




H. P. Cleaves, 


55-°° 


$211.00 


GREW SCHOOL. 




Paid F. H. Dean, 


$1,400.00 




M. E. Bertram, 


500.00 




L. H. Littlefield, 


I 97-5° 




M. J. Sedgwick, 


282.50 




G. Osborne, 


450.00 




A. J. Campbell, 


500.00 




F. E. Harlow, 


250.00 




N. M. Howes, 


500.00 




J. F. Ellis, 


500.00 




B. C. Sparrell, 


500.00 




L. G. Albee, 


200.00 


$5,280.00 






FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 






Paid A. W. Armstrong, 


$1,400.00 




S. L. Gile, 


500.00 




N. T. Mellen, 


500.00 




M. E. Le Bourveau, 


225.00 




S. A. Coggeshall, 


450.00 




J. S. Hammond, 


500.00 




N. L. Ballou, 


450.00 




H. 0. Thompson, 


500.00 




A. B. Farnsworth, 


200.00 


$4,725.00 






WELD SCHOOL. 






Paid M. E. Merrow, 


$450.00 


<1tA tr\ r\r\ 



HEMENWAY SCHOOL. 



Paid D. F. Hastings, 



COO.OO 



coo.oo 



116 



DAMON SCHOOL. 



Paid G. J. Farley, 

F. H. Merrill, Jr., 
E. de Senancour, 
J. E. Donovan, 
M. B. Timson, 

G. M. Webster, 
C. L. Wilber, 
A. M. Cushman, 

E. Eastman, 

F. S. King, 



£600.00 

430.00 

500.00 

300.00 

18.75 

412.50 

140.00 

25.00 

20.00 

25.00 



$2,471.25 



Paid B. H. Hamblin, 



MUSIC. 



■OO.OO 



700.00 



Paid A. T. Boardman, 



DRAWING. 



;25.oo 



;25.oo 



TRUANT OFFICER-IN-CHIEF. 

Paid H. V. Harwood, $250.00 



$250.00 



Janitors. 

Paid J. G. Hamblin, High, $369.00 

Geo. McDonald, Greenwood, 315.00 

Harry Ash, " 225.00 
I. H. Winchenbaugh, Amos Webster, 400.00 

Albert Cook, Butler, 70.00 

E. C. Cameron, Trescott, 90.00 

J. A. Peterson, Grew, 680.00 

E. J. Peterson, " 56.00 

B. H. Howes, Fairmount, 540.00 

I. T. McConnell, Weld, 250.00 

G. H. Clapp, Damon, 306.67 

G. F. Wellington, Damon, 1 73.33 

G. F. Wellington, Hemenway, 200.00 



$3> 6 75-oo 



117 



FUEL. 



Darling Co., 2 ft. woo 
" 4 c'd woo 


a, Butler, $i-45 
d, Grew, 21.38 


" 1 " 


A. Webster, 5.25 


a 2 " 


Fairm't, 10.50 


c< x « 


Weld, 5.25 


" 1-2 " 

" 2 1-2 " 


Hemenway, 2.63 
Greenw'd, 13.13 


" 2 1-2 " 


Damon, 13-13 


U j « 


Trescott, 8.50 


" 75 tons coal, 

34 

" 42 " 

" 40 


Grew, 470.30 
Damon, 221.36 
Fairm'nt, 278. iS 
Greenw'd, 268.00 


30 


A. W'bstr, 201.00 


15 


Weld, 100.50 


7 
" 106 « 

u j 2 u 


H'mnw'y, 46.90 
High, 974.58 
Trescott, 125.00 







$2,767.04 



Paid salaries, 
Fuel, 



RECAPITULATION. 



Cr. 



Balance unexpended from last year, 
Amount of appropriation, 

Balance unexpended, 



;7>5 2 7- 12 
2,767.04 



$ 3 >335>3 6 
39,000.00 

1,041.20 



1-0,294.16 



-i»335-3 6 



SCHOOL INCIDENTALS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



Paid E. A. W. Hammatt, services, $45-°° 

W. D. Ward, repairs, 1.30 

Wm. Read & Sons, military equipments, 21.03 

F. B. Rich, rent, 32.00 

E. J. Peterson, labor and stock, 189.80 
Hyde Park Water Co., labor and stock, 62.30 
Chas. Haley, labor and stock, 29.55 

F. W. Constantine, copper box, etc., 3.54 
J. F. Coleman & Son, blasting, 3 2 5-°° 
F. H. Carrigan, labor, 44-4° 
S. R. Moseley, printing, 70.00 
W. W. Williams, services as armorer, etc., 15.20 
O. B. Ostrom & Co., labor and stock, 3.25 
H. P. Electric Light Co., electric lighting, 127.20 
M. S. Getchell, cash paid, 35-35 
Rich Bros., sundries, 4.50 
Wm. McElwain, reslating blackboards, 1.75 
J. E. Farrell, hardware sundries, 2.41 
Theo. Meister, labor, 14.28 
F. M. Paine, tuning piano, 2.00 
F. P. McGregor, printing, 1.75 
H. P. Renovating & Cleansing Co., labor, 3.00 
A. G. Childs, sundries, 2.25 
Fred Macey Co., supplies, 6.70 
Kenney Bros. & Wolkins, supplies, 58.62 
H. P. & D. Gas & El. Light Co., labor, 6.71 
Hobbs & Warren Co., supplies, 25.67 
Chandler Adj. Chair & Desk Co., labor, 3.00 
T. F. Fallon, supplies, 6.00 
P. H. Rooney, labor, 790.50 
P. Rooney, " 4.00 
E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 105.22 
R. N. Burns, rug and table, 5.00 
T. C. Fife, labor and stock, 40.26 
J. B. Hunter & Co., door checks, 22.50 
Andrews & Andrews, covering pipes, 184.00 
Loring & Phipps, services as architects, 814.91 
A. E. Elliott, labor and stock, 17.66 



119 

Paid A. H. Armstrong, services as armorer, $ 5.00 

J. C. Chaddock, carriage hire, .50 

J. A. Cameron & Co., labor and stock, 16.23 

Town of Hyde Park, connecting sewer, 129.45 

Foreign Plastic Art Co., sundries, 4.00 

A. P. Bickmore, labor and stock, 44,00 

Blodgett Bros. & Co., clock, 60.00 

A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, 27.20 



$3>4 J 3-99 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

Paid W. D. Ward, repairs, $ 1.10 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 7.21 
Alice Mcintosh, supplies, 4 .50 
R. E. Cherrington, shades, 7.00 
C. T. Griffiths, brushes, 6.00 
J. W. Jigger, labor, 14.00 

F. M. Paine, tuning piano, 2.Q0 

G. H. Haskell, sundries, 7.92 
F. H. Dean, reslating blackboards, 12.92 
P. Sweeney, labor, 5-oo 
H. R. Stone, sundries, 3.32 
F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 2.30 
Paine Furniture Co., shades, 5.40 



$74-67 



AMOS WEBSTER SCHOOL. 

Paid A. E. Tibbetts, labor, $ S.00 

F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 18.41 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 10.S6 
Benj. Rafter, labor and stock, 22 -45 
J- W. Jigger, labor, 5.75 
I. H. Winchenbaugh, labor, 47.20 
W. D. Ward, sundries, .15 
M. Mulcahy, labor and stock, 34-0° 
Wm. McElwain, repairing blackboard, 1.25 
A. W. Ross, labor and stock, 10.00 

F. F. Courtney, cash paid for flag, 6.90 
W. E. Smalley, labor and stock, 7.45 



,172.42 



120 
BUTLER SCHOOL. 

Paid H. R. Stone, sundries, 
E. Q. Dyer, 
Wm. McElwain, reslating blackboard, 



TRESCOTT SCHOOL. 

Paid T. F. Fallon, supplies, 

E. C. Cameron, chopping block, 
E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 



.27 
.60 

*-75 



$ 6.00 

•75 
21.15 



$2.62. 



S27.90 



GREW SCHOOL. 

Paid H. P. EPtric.L't. Co., electric lighting, $135.81 

W. D. Ward, repairs, 3.25 

H. R. Stone, sundries, .50 
F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, '55-So 

S. R. Moseley, printing, .50 

F. P. McGregor, " 9.00 
O. B. Ostrom & Co., sundries, .80 
Exeter Machine Works, supplies, 4.00 

E. J. Peterson, labor and stock, 84.58 
American Tool & Machine Co., labor 

and stock, 1.33 

Kenney Bros. & Wolkins, supplies, 20.60 

H. A. Collins & Co., sundries, .77 

G. H. Haskell, dry goods, 9.19 
J. E. Farrell, hardware, 9.54 

F. H. Dean, reslating blackboards, S3. 36 
Norfolk Roofing Co., repairs on roof, 35-oo 
P. Sweeney, labor, 8.00 
F. W. Sweet, sundries, 1.00 
A. W. Dunbar, labor and stock, 1S6.51 
P. Ff. Rooney, labor, 4.00 
Geo. Miles, sundries, 7.81 
T. F. Fallon, sundries, 6.00 
Boston Belting Co., supplies, 7 ,2 ° 
Robert Scott, labor and stock, x 4-3° 
W. E. Smalling, " " " 4.07 
W. Ff. Harlow, cement, 3.00 
J. A. Crowley, witch hazel, .15 



$696.07 



121 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

Paid Benj. Rafter, labor, 
W. D. Ward, repairs, 
F. W. Gleason & Co., labor and stock, 

F. P. McGregor, printing, 

E. Q. Dyer, sundries, 

C. J. Higgins, labor and stock, 

A. L. Perry, sundries, 

Kenney Bros. & Wolkins, brushes, 
W. H. Harlow, pickets, 

G. H. Haskell, dry goods, 

F. M. Paine, tuning piano, 
Thos. Sweeney, labor, 

B. H. House, labor, 

Chandler Chair & Desk Co., desks, 
Robert Scott, labor and stock, 



$ 3- 2 o 

7-75 

90.47 

4.00 

21.49 

26.66 

6.66 

2.25 

.70 

5.60 

2.00 

5.00 

3.00 

152.85 

25.20 



WELD SCHOOL. 

Paid Town of Hyde Park, connecting sewer, $36.90 

A. E. Tibbetts, labor and stock, 1.00 

W. E. Smalling, plumbing, S5.33 

C. E. Davenport, emptying vault, 2.00 

J. T. McConnell, labor, 29.60 



DAMON SCHOOL. 

Paid G. H. Clapp, labor and stock, 
C. F. Jenney, services, 

Smalling, labor and stock, 
Dyer, sundries, 
Newbegin, repairs, 

F. M. Paine, tuning piano, 
Rich Bros., sundries, 
P. Sweeney, labor, 
Chandler Chair & Desk Co., desks, 

G. F. Wellington, labor and stock, 



W. E. 
E."Q. 
J. H. 



M&07 

25.00 

24.85 

.98 

1.50 

2.00 

1.94 

5.00 

36.00 

7-3o 



HEMENWAY SCHOOL. 

Paid G. F. Wellington, labor, $23.58 

J. L. Hammett Co., flag, 3.88 

E. S. Alden, sundries, .60 

Town of Hyde Park, sewer connections, 65.80 



$356.83 



$i54-83 



$122.64 



$93.86 



122 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Paid W. D. Ward, sundries, $ .So 

Queen & Co., supplies, 10.50 

J. E. Cotter, services, 25.00 
W. G. Colesworthy, services as secretary, 125.00 

S. R. Moseley, printing and stamps, 86.50 

J. L. Hammett Co., stationery, 3.00 

E. D. Kollock, printing reports, 70.00 

Corson Express Co., expressing, 213.63 

Mahoney's Express, " .60 

J. H. Daniels & Son, diplomas, 49-5° 

E. J. Peterson, labor, • 4.85 

F. P. McGregor, printing and advertising, 43.00 
W. W. Hilton, use of stage, 10.00 
R. H. White, cloth, 2.00 
Rich Bros., sundries, 1.85 
H. P. Police Department, services, 5.00 

G. E. M. Dickerson, orchestra, 20.00 
G. H. Haskell, sundries, 1.00 
J. E. Farrell, hardware, .15 
H. W. Stone, filling in diplomas, 26.40 
Pneumatic Hand Stamp Co., stamp, 5.00 
Raeder & Co., flowers, 12.00 
F. B. Rich, rent of Waverly Hall, 79-5° 
W. E. Smalling, labor and stock, .50 
B. Benari, five cases, .75 
H. P. Renovating & Cleansing Co., labor, 3.00 
H. H. Mclntyre, taking census, 50.00 
A. E. Tibbetts, labor and stock, IO -75 
J. H. Tuckerman, " " " 8.42 
E. Q. Dyer, sundries, .80 

$869.50 

Paid for incidentals, $5>9S5-33 

Cr. 

By balance unexpended from last year, $ 1.32 

Appropriation, 6,000.00 

$6,001.32 



Balance unexpended, $ x 5-99 



INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

PaidG. E. Webb, labor,instruction and stock, $156.39 
^N. M. Howes, instruction in sewing, 48-30 



123 

Paid F. P. McGregor, advertising, $ 3.00 

W. H. Harlow, lumber, 35-4° 

J. L. Hammett Co., labels, .30 

F. B. Rich, rent, 14.00 

H. & N. Morrison, dry goods, 3.32 

S. R. Moseley, advertising, 3.00 

W. D. Ward, thimbles, 1.00 

C. F. Johnson, models, 1.50 



Cr. 
By balance unexpended from last year, $121.95 

Appropriation, 400.00 



EVENING SCHOOL. 

Paid A. E. Tibbetts, labor, $ 1.00 

A. R. Andrews, repairing typewriters, 5.03 
F. W. Darling & Co., 2 1-2 tons coal, l ZA?> 
H. P. & D. Electric & Gas Co., gas, 13.18 
J. Cushman, posting notices, 3.00 
F. P. McGregor, advertising and printing, 9.50 
Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict, supplies, 6.70 

D. C. Heath & Co., books and supplies, 26.17 
H. M. Smith, instruction, 78.00 

C. P. Fellows, " 106.00 

B. M. Chittick, " 52.00 
S. B. Hamilton, " 68.00 
F. H. Bates, " 48.00 

E. A. Stone, " 118.50 
M. E. Bertram, " 82.50 
H. L. Aborn, " 1 S-°° 

E. Bentley, " 86.00 

F. A. Collins, " 16.00 
E. S. Foljambe, " 99.00 
M. T. Rowe, " 42.00 

D. C. Linscott, Jr.," 22.50 
I. H. Winchenbaugh, services, 22.50 

E. J. Peterson, " 11-25 



$266.21 



$52i.95 



Balance unexpended, • $255.74 



124 



Cr. 



By balance unexpended from last year, $107.65 

Appropriation, 1,000.00 



Balance unexpended, 



$1,107.65 
$162.39, 



TEXT BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. 

Paid American Book Co., text books, $278.06 

D. C. Heath & Co., " " 110.76 

J. H. Hatfield, supplies, 1.08 

Jordan, Marsh & Co., books, 3.10 

D. Appleton & Co., text books, 17.80 

Boston Music Co., music, * 80.00 

Allyn & Bacon, text books, 33-34 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co., books, 1.17 

B. H. Sanborn & Co., text books, 1 73.64 
Mayhew Publishing Co., supplies, 1.70 
Atkinson & Mentzer, " 9.00 
Boston School Supply Co., text books, 1.50 
Peter Becker, supplies, 2.25 
Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict, 2 type- 
writers, 110.00 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., 2 type- 
writers, 119.00 
Pierrotti & Geaunelli, supplies, 1.50 
T. R. Shewell, text books, 9.36 
J. L. Hammett Co., supplies, 900.61 
Rockwell & Churchill, supplies, 130.00 
Wadsworth, Howland & Co., supplies, 45-53 
Frost, Adams & Co., supplies, 74.64 
Andrews & Andrews, " 24.00 
Zeigler Apparatus Co., " .70 
Silver, Burdett & Co., text books, 57.3 1 
Thompson, Brown & Co., text books, 13.75 

C. W. Homeyer, music, 2.40 
Practical Text Book Co., text books, 4.68 
Yamanaka & Co., supplies, 6.45 
A. C. Hatfield, music, 2.50 
Bunkio Matsuki, supplies, 3.50 
American Oxygen Co., oxygen, 2.75 
Boston Music Co., music, 8.40 



125 

Paid Geo. B. Andrews, supplies, $ 1.70 
F. J. Barnard & Co., binding, 47.6 1 
Emerson Rice, cash paid for supplies, 3.31 
Samuel Albee, supplies, 1.79 
A. G. Childs, " 1. 00 
Ginn & Co., text books, 298.61 
Rand, McNally & Co., text books, 14.98 
A. W. Baker & Co., supplies, 4.96 
E. E. Babb & Co., text books, 116.38 
L. E. Knott Apparatus Co., apparatus, 6.40 
Kenney Bros. & Wolkins, supplies, 92.26 
Folsom & Sunergren, " 14.75 
J. C. Haynes & Co., " 13.06 
Franklin Laboratory Supply Co., labora- 
tory supplies, 61.05 
Oliver Ditson & Co., music, I 3-5° 
Hammond Typewriter Co., supplies, 2.20 
H. D. Noyes & Co., " 2.00 



Cr. 
By unexpended balance from last year, $ .67 

Appropriation, $3,000.00 



;2,93i.io 



5,000.67 



Balance unexpended, $^9-57 



ASSESSORS' REPORT. 



VALUATION STATISTICS. 






May 1, 1902. 


May 1, 1901. 


Buildings, 


$5>979>7°°-°° 


$5»7 I 9»42S-oo 


Land, 


4,281,800.00 


3,927,400.00 


Total, 


$10,261,500.00 


$9,646,825.00 


Personal, 


1,421,000.00 


1,168,015.00 


Total Valuation, 


$1 1,682,500.00 


$10,814,840.00 




Tax Rate, $iS.io 


Tax Rate, $17.80 




APPROPRIATIONS. 






1902 


I90I 


Town Tax, including overlayings, $181,329.58 


$165,741.95, 


State Tax, 


5,265.00 


6,142.50 


County Tax, 


7,042.95 


7,498.50 


Metro. Sewer Tax, 


6,097.29 


6,838.17 


Metro. Water Tax, 


2,187.72 


1,992.40 


Grade Crossings Tax, 


I 1,1 IO.78 


10,962.63 


Metro. Parks Tax,* 


5,076.94 




Total amount of tax levy, $218,110.26 


$199,176.15 


* The assessments on account 1900, $3,936.40, 1901, $4,338.24, 
overlayings for those years. 


were provided for in 




1902 


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No. polls assessed, 


3>4°8 


3>33 6 


" dwellings assessed 


2,37 2 


2 >357 


" horses " 


475 


455 


" cows " 


47 


66 


" swine " 


10 


24 


" acres land " 


2,031 


2,031 



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

Assessors of Hyde Park. 



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APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES FOR 
THE CURRENT YEAR. 



ACCOUNTS 



'Appropriates 



Expenditures 



Balances 



Interest 

School — salaries, fuel and janitors.... 

School Incidentals 

Industrial Schools 

Evening Schools 

Text Books and Supplies 

New High School Building 

New High School Building— Furni- 
ture and Furnishings 

Trescott School Building 

Trescott School Bldg. — Furnishing... 

Public Library — current expenses 

Public Library — purchase of new 
books 

Incidentals 

Police 

Fire Department 

Highways 

Business Street 

West River Street 

Hyde Park Avenue 

Rosemont Street 

Tileston Street 

Beacon Street Drain 

Street Watering 

Highways — Street Railway Tax 

Street Lights 

Public Parks 

Fire Hydrant Service 

Insurance 

Post 121 Grand Army Republic 

Johanna McAskill Suit 

Salaries 

Sewer Commissioners 

Overseers of the Poor 

Board of Health 

State Tax for 1902 

County Tax for 1902 

Abolition Grade Crossings 

Metropolitan Parks Loan 

Metropolitan Sewer 

Metropolitan Water Loan 



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3 45 

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,001 
521, 

,107 
,000 
,812, 

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,294 
400 
,175 

961 
,583 
,096 
,930 
,255 
,600 
,600 
,500 
750 
400 
,000 
,861 
,180, 
,067 
,504 
,675, 
,500 
200 
,500, 
,885 
,787 
,141 
,652 
,265 
,042 
,457 
,351 
,097 
,187 



11,679.69 

40,294.16 

5,985.33 

266.21 

945.26 

2,931.10 

45,812.02 

6,000.00 

10,992.81 

323.68 

4,096.07 

961.87 

7,520.28 

9,712.09 

11,513.38 

19,354.83 

1,600.00 

1,403.12 

2,500.00 

685.02 

400.00 

966.95 

4,750.12 

2,285.66 

10,330.93 

45.00 

5,675.00 

1,500.00 

200.00 

1,500.00 

6,185.00 

28,611.93 

11,050.02 

14,695.21 

5,265.00 

7,042.95 

11,457.49 

13,351.58 

6,097.29 

2,187.72 



2,856.18 

1,041.20 

15.99 

255.74 

162.39 

69.57 



301.35 
76.32 

79.20 



3,063.07 

1,384.57 

1,416.80 

901.11 

196.88 

64.98 

33.05 

111.79 

2,895.10 

1,736.72 

1,459,00 



1,700.00 

13,175.93 

91.81 

957.04 



$352,220.56 



$318,174.77 $ 34,045.79 



1 Including unexpended balances from last year. 

a Including interest on Treasurer's bank balances. 

3 Including $5,024.49 appropriated September 12, 1902. 

* Appropriated September 12, 1902. 

6 After deducting $644.08 transferred to Beacon Street Drain, September 12, 1902, 
and $1,000 transferred to support of poor, January 22, 1903. 

B Including $2,369.90 appropriated January 22, 1903. 

7 Including Sewer Assessments collected and $40,000 borrowed in anticipation of 
Sewerage Loan. 

8 Including $1,000 transferred from incidentals January 22, 1903, and cash re- 
funded and received. 

9 Including $4,000 appropriated September 12, 1902, and to be raised by taxation 
in 1903. 



TREASURER'S 



DR. 



HENRY S. BUNTON, Town Treasurer in Account 



Cash in the Treasury, February 1, 1902 

AMOUNTS RECEIVED DURING THE YEAR ENDING JAN. 31, 1903 

From Treasurer's Note — High School Furniture and Furnishings 

Treasurer's Note — In anticipation of Sewerage Loan 

Treasurer's Note — In anticipation of the tax for the year 1902.... 

Treasurer's Note — In anticipation of the tax for the year 1903.... 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1897 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1898 

George Sanford, Collecter, Taxes for 1899 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1900 

George Sanford, Collector, Sewer Assessments 

Randolph P. Moseley, Collector, Taxes for 1901 

Randolph P. Moseley, Collector, Taxes for 1902 

Randolph P. Moseley, Collector, Street Assessments 

Randolph P. Moseley, Collector, Sidewalk Assessments 

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, Interest paid by Town, 4 per cent, on $8,630.89 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for Corporation Tax 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for National Bank Tax 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for Street Railway Tax 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, on account of High Level Sewer 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, on account of Abolition Grade Cross 
ings Fund 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, on account of Education of Children.... 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for State Aid, 1901 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for burial of soldiers 

Treasurer, Commonwealth, for water receipts 

County Treasurer, dog licenses, 1902 

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

Edward S. Fellows, Esq., Clerk, District Court of Northern Nor- 
folk. Fines from defendants in criminal cases $63-4.93 

Less fees and expenses paid officers as certified by Clerk of 

Court 379.57 



6,000.00 

15,000.00 

35,000.00 

6,900.00 

18.12 

27.02 

1,168.86 

22,991.64 

22,343.24 

41,090.29 

139,891.94 

34.51 

89.62 

828.01 

10,058.27 

61.42 

4.75 

1,175.00 

375.00 

566.00 

200.95 

108.75 

345.24 

5,237.34 

1,049.54 

1,407.36 

4,560.41 



Liquor Licenses 

Milk Licenses 

Miscellaneous Licenses 

Return of Insurance Premiums — received from agents: premiums 
on their policies cancelled by reason of readjustment of town 
insurance 

George W. Lockwood 150.70 

Henry B. Terry 113.61 

Henry S. Bunton 97.24 

Frank L. George 76.80 

Wilfred ]. Slade 74.88 

Tosephjl Houston 35.30 

Frank P. McGregor 28.00 

Board of Sewer Commissioners — money paid by American Surety 
Company in settlement of claim against the Boston Construction 
Company 

Charles Haley, for " Little Everett " School Building 

City of Boston, for setting stone bound 

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

Interest on Bank balances 



$389,628.83 



REPORT 

Current with the TOWN of HYDE PARK. 



CR. 



AMOUNTS DISBURSED. 

On account of Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, due May 1, 
1902 

Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, due Tuly 1, 
1902 ! 

Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, due November 
1,1902 

Treasurer's Note — $25,000, dated Jan. 1, 1900, in an- 
ticipation of Sewer Assessments, balance 

Treasurer's Note — In anticipation of the tax for the year 
1902 

Interest 

Schools — salaries, fuel and janitors 

School Incidentals 

Industrial Schools 

Evening Schools 

Text Books and Supplies 

New High School Building 

High School Building, Furniture and Furnishings 

Trescott School Building.. 

Trescott School Building, Furnishing 

Public Library — current expenses 

Public Library — purchase of new books 

Incidentals 

Police 

Fire Department 

Highways 

Business Street 

West River Street 

Hyde Park Avenue 

Rosemont Street 

Tileston Street 

Beacon Street Drain 

Street Watering 

Highways — Street Railway Tax 

Street Lights 

Public Parks 

Fire Hydrant Service 

Insurance 

Post 121, Grand Army of the Republic 

Johanna McAskill Suit 

Salaries 

Cemetery Commissioners 

Sewer Commissioners 

Overseers of the Poor 

Board of Health 

State Tax for 1902 

County Tax for 1902 

Corporation Tax, paid Treasurer Commonwealth 

National Bank Tax, paid Treasurer Commonwealth 

Abolition Grade Crossings, paid Treasurer Common- 
wealth : 

Loan Fund $7,182.06 

Interest on 4,275.43 



Metropolitan Parks Loan — paid Treasurer Common- 
wealth : 

Sinking Fund 2,961.09 

Interest on Parks 5,350.66 

Interest on Boulevards 1,089.88 

Cost of Maintenance, Parks 2,601.04 

Cost of Maintenance, Boulevards 706.82 

Cost of Maintenance, Nantasket 272.22 

Interest on deferred payments 369.87 

Metropolitan Sewer — paid Treasurer Commonwealth: 
South Met. System. 

Sinking Fund 711.49 

Cost of Maintenance 5,385.80 



Metropolitan Water Loan — paid Treasurer Common 
wealth : 

Sinking Fund 666.67 

Interest on 1,066.81 

Cost of Maintenance 454.24 



Liquor Licenses — paid Treasurer Commonwealth: one- 
fourth of the amount received in 1902 

State Aid 



Cash in the Tieasury, January 31, 1903. 



$ 7,000.00 

4,000.00 

2,000.00 

10,000.00 

35,000.00 

11,679.69 

40.294.16 

5,985.33 

266.21 

945.26 

2,931.10 

45,812.02 

6,000.00 

10,992.81 

323.68 

4,096.07 

961.87 

7,520.28 

9,712.09 

11,513.38 

19,354.83 

1,600.00 

1,403.12 

2.500.00 

685.02 

400.00 

966.95 

4,750.12 

2,285.66 

10,330.93 

45.00 

5,675.00 

1,500.00 

200.00 

1,500.00 

6,185.00 

1,930.97 

28,611.93 

11,050.02 

14,695.21 

5,265.00 

7,042.95 

17.22 

17.17 



11,457.49 



13,351.58 



6,097.29 



2,187.72 

1.75 
1,462.00 

$379,603.88 

10,024.95 

$389,628.83 



TOWN DEBT, JANUARY 31, \%X 



FUNDED LOAN. 
school buildings; 

Two Hyde Park F'our per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated Nov. 1, 1895, due Nov. 1, 1903 $ 2,000.00 

SEWERAGE. 
One Hundred and Twenty-five Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 
$1,000.00 each, dated May 1, 1897, due $5,000.00 annually, 
1903-1927 125,000.00 

PUBLIC LIBRARY BUILDING. 
Seventeen Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated May 1, 1898, due $2,000.00 May 1, 1903; 

$1,000.00 annually, 1904-1918 17,000.00 

HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING. 
Fifty-seven Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated July 1, 1901, due $3,000.00 annually, 
1903-1921 57,000.00 

TRESCOTT SCHOOL BUILDING. 

Sixteen Hyde Park Four per cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$1,000.00 each, dated July 1, 1901, *ue $1,000.00 annually, 
1903-1918 16.000.0C 

HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING, Furniture and Furnishings. 

Treasurer's Note, for $6,000.00, dated October 1, 1902, due $1,000.00 

annually, 1903-1908 , 6,000.00 

Total Funded Loan $223,000.00 

DEBT IN ANTICIPATION OF SEWERAGE LOAN. 

Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

four per cent, interest, dated January 31, 1902, payable on demand 25,000.00 

Hyde Park Savings Bank, 

four per cent, interest, dated January 31, 1903, payable on demand 15,000.00 

Total indebtedness $263,000.00 

HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Town Treasurer. 
Hyde Park, February 1, 1903. 



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THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



OF THE 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK 



FOR THE 



SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1903 




BOSTON 
PHIL. W. CARROLL 

530 Atlantic Ave. 
1903 



SCHOOL BOARD, 



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



FRED J. HUTCHINSON, 
114 East River 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. 



FRANK F. COURTNEY, 
32 Dell Avenue, Term expires 1905. 



EDWARD S. FELLOWS, 
208 West River Street, Term expires 1905. 



ANDREW WASHBURN, 
165 Fairmount Avenue, Term expires 1905. 



ORGANIZATION. 

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



Frank O. Draper, Superintendent. 
Residence, 17 Albion Street. Office, High School Building. 

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



SUB-COMMITTEES. 



ACCOUNTS. 



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

Hutchinson. 



RULES AND REGULATIONS. 



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

Elliott. 



COURSE OF STUDY, TEXT-BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. 

F. F. Courtney, E. I. Humphrey, A. Washburn, Mrs. E. F. Boyd, 
F. J. Hutchinson. 



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, C. G. Chick. 

Hemenway. — S. T. Elliott, 

Grew. — Mrs. E. F. Boyd, E. I. Humphrey. 

Greenwood. — C. G. Chick, E. S. Fellows. 

Trescott. — F. J. Hutchinson, S. T. Elliott. 

Amos. Webster. — F. F. Courtney, E. I. Humphrey. 

Butler.— Mrs. E. F. Boyd. 

Fairmount. — E. S. Fellows, W. H. Powers. 

Weld.— E. S. Fellows. 

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

Evening. — F. F. Courtney, E. S. Fellows. 



SCHOOL CALENDAR, \ 902-3. 



FIRST TERM. 
Begins Monday, Sept. 8th ; ends Friday, Dec. 19th. — 15 weeks. 

SECOND TERM. 
Begins Monday, Jan. 5th ; ends Friday, April 3d. — 13 weeks. 

THIRD TERM. 
Begins Monday, April 13th ; ends Friday, June 26th. — 11 weeks. 

CHRISTMAS VACATION. 
Begins Monday, Dec. 22nd ; ends Friday, Jan. 2nd. — 2 weeks. 

SPRING VACATION. 
Begins Monday, April 6th ; ends Friday, April 10th. — 1 week. 

HOLIDAYS. 

September 8th and 9th, November 27th and 28th, February 
23rd ; April 10th, April 20th and May 30th. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE'S REPORT. 



To the Citizens of Hyde Park: — 

The principal interest of the present year centres in the 
building- of the High and Trescott school structures. They 
have been satisfactorily completed and are now occupied. 
All other matters of school interest have gone forward in 
much the usual way. the effort always being to keep on 
the line of improvement. 

The Committee has been receiving a strong public en- 
dorsement all through the 3 r ear for which it is duly ap- 
preciative. The Committee has nought but commenda- 
tion for the whole school force. Imperfections may exist, 
but our people may be fully assured that the best effort 
will constantly be made to eliminate all hindrances to best 
results. 

The following report of the building committee on the 
new high school building will make interesting reading 
and will preclude the necessity of writing more at length 
on general matters concerning the schools. 



Report of the School Committee Relating to the New 
High School Building. 

To the Town of Hyde Park: 

On March 28, 1901, the town "voted that the school com- 
mittee be authorized to erect a new high school building 
upon the present high school lot," and appropriated $60,000 
therefor. 

It was decided to issue 4 per cent, bonds and the premium 
on these bonds amounting to $4,062.00 was, by vote at a sub- 
sequent town meeting, added to the appropriation. 



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On Sept. 12, 1902, an additional appropriation of $5,024.49 
was made, making the total sum appropriated for the con- 
struction of the building $69,086.49. 

The number of pupils attending the high school has 
steadily increased. In 1869 the number of pupils was 16; 
in 1879, 64; in i88.<], 108; in 1890, 169; in 1900, 275; and the 
present attendance is 320. Having in mind this growth when 
the matter was presented to our citizens, the building talked 
of was to accommodate from 400 to 450 pupils. It was not 
then known that the Sturtevant Blower Company was to lo- 
cate in our town. This was learned by your committee a 
few days after the first appropriation was made. Under- 
standing that this would add materially to our population, 
and further increase the number of pupils in the high school, 
they concluded that it would be wise and economical to pro- 
vide accommodations to meet the probable growth of the 
school for some years, rather than to have to put an addition 
on in four or five years. They, therefore, have erected a 
building which will accommodate 525 pupils, and in order to 
utilize the space at present have moved to the building the 
school committee rooms and the office of the Superintendent 
of Schools. This saves several hundred dollars' rent each 
y ear. 

After careful consideration and many inquiries, the commit- 
tee decided to use the vellow Falston brick, Norman size. 
This cost $3,000 more than red water struck brick, which 
was the only other kind of brick seriously considered when 
the matter was finally decided. 

A number of architects were invited to compete, and on 
April. 13, 1901, their plans were examined by the committee. 
Several of these were excellent. After a full examination 
and much discussion it was unanimously voted that Messrs. 
Loring & Phipps of Boston be employed. Many changes in 
the original plans were made by the committee, especially re- 
lating to location and arrangement of rooms, character of 
drill hall, etc. The general plan of the architects was, how- 



257 

ever, accepted, and the changes have been made under the 
advice of Mr. Loring. Some of these changes were made 
with a view of economy and some to give better accommoda- 
tions. For example, the drill hall as originally planned had 
pillars in it. This was the economical method of con- 
struction. The committee struck out the pillars so as to give 
the boys more room to drill in, though it made the building 
cost some $1,400 more. 

The large experience of our architects in the construction 
of school buildings has been useful to the committee and val- 
uable to the town. 

It was deemed economical and wise to hold one person re- 
sponsible for the whole work in order to avoid the friction 
which arises where several persons have individual contracts 
to fulfill in the same building, and if any fault was to be found 
with any part of the work, it would be easier to place the 
blame. But, by advice of our architects, the heating and ven- 
tilating was made a subject for special bids. 

The committee decided it was safer to submit the bids 
to a limited competition in order to get reliable individuals 
or firms to do the work rather than to advertise and take 
everything that came. All contractors and builders residing 
in our town were given an opportunity to bid. On May 15th, 
persons requested to bid were notified and on June 15th, 
the bids were received and opened. 

The lowest bid for heating and ventilating was $4,871.00, 
and the highest was $6,998.00, a difference of $2,127.00. 
Messrs. Ingalls and Kendricken, of Boston, being the lowest 
bidders received the contract. 

The lowest bid for the construction of the building was 
$64,209, and the highest was $81,959, a difference of $17,750. 
The contract was awarded to the lowest bidder, G. M. Pratt, 
of Weymouth Centre, Mass. 

After the bid of Mr. Pratt was accepted, certain changes 
were made in the specifications with a view of economy. For 
example,, the specifications called for French plate glass, full 



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size. This was changed to American glass, 4 light. By this 
change, the town saved $1,843. The committee were under 
the impression that glass such as is used in most of our 
dwelling houses was good enough for the school building. 
They see no occasion to build palatial school houses, but 
think it better to have substantial, dignified buildings, 
equipped with modern conveniences. The school house is 
for utility rather than for beauty, though undoubtedly both 
should be kept in mind. We have endeavored to erect a 
building architecturally pleasing, but another generation is 
likely to require a different kind of structure from what this 
generation deems best. These changes reduced the contract 
price for which Mr. Pratt agreed to construct the building to 
$60,996. 

It is impossible where so many persons are interested in a 
building to avoid extras. Some changes were made to> suit 
the convenience and tastes of those most closely connected 
with the school; others because all saw the necessity, but the 
total amount of extras was not large. It amounted to 
$1,137.01. 

Soon after excavation was commenced the committee de- 
cided to save all loam for grading purposes and in order to 
do this, teams were hired to take it away from the lot. This 
miore properly should have been taken from incidentals as, 
strictly speaking, it w 7 as a bill for grading, it being used for 
that purpose later on. It was, however, in fact paid out of 
the building fund as were some bills for advertising, for a 
legal opinion as to the validity of the bonds, etc. This does 
not matter, however, as some of the bills for the construction 
were later on paid out of incidentals. We make the account, 
therefore, in acc.orda.nce with what seems fair, and not 
strictly as it appears to have been paid. 

Contract price for construction $60,996.00 

Extras on same 1,137.01 

Contract for heating and ventilating 4,871.00 

Architects' fees 3,458.50 

$70,462.51 



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By this it appears that there has been paid for the construc- 
tion of the building out of incidentals the sum of $1,376.02. 
When the final appropriation was called for, the committee 
took into account the fact that we had an incidentals fund 
which could be called upon to meet payments to some ex- 
tent. It seemed proper to some that all the architects' fees 
should be paid out of it, but they were not all paid in that 
way. 

Excavation for the building was started June 30, 1901, and 
the blasting was commenced Aug. 1, 1901. The foundation 
was completed Nov. 20th of the same year. 

The brick work on the building was started Oct. 5th, be- 
fore the foundation was completed. 

The exterior brick work on the building was started Nov. 
15th, and all brick work was completed Apr. 5th, 1902. The 
school commenced to occupy the building Sept. 22, 1902, but 
the building itself was not completed in all respects until 
Oct. 3, 1902, and even after that time there were a few small 
things which the committee required the contractors to do. " 

The blasting for the cellar, which had to be done in hard 
pudding stone, difficult to break, impossible to split, took a 
long time and caused most of the delays, but the difficulty 
of securing materials, owing to the rush of building in this 
part of the country at the same time, caused some of it. 

There has been an almost infinite variety of detail to which 
your committee have had to attend including questions 
relating to payments, extras, character of materials, work, 
etc., etc. It is useless as well as impossible to itemize. Our 
work is over. The building is done. We think the town has 
received the. worth of its money. 

In consequence of the construction of the high school 
building other expenses had to be incurred. The furnish- 
ings cost $6,000, the grading about $1,000, and the heating 
bill, independent of the present abnormal price for coal, will 
be increased. This, however, is not money thrown away, 
but well invested in preparing men and women for the duties 



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of citizenship. It is pleasing to observe that its patronage 
is not limited, but its opportunities for education are not 
only open for, but are availed of, by all our citizens, who 
care to have their children educated beyond the grammar 
grade irrespective of religious belief. 

WILBUR H. POWERS. 
EDW. S. FELLOWS. 

For the School Committee. 

We would call especial attention to the need of sanitary 
changes at the Fairmoimt School building. Successful 
change has been made at the Grew and should we attend 
to the Fairmoimt the present year and follow with the 
other schools on subsequent years, the town would not 
feel the expense to any marked degree in any one year 
and the work will be successfully accomplished. 

We invite a careful perusal of all details relating to the 
several schools. 

Respectfully submitted, 

E. T. HUMPHREY, Chairman. 

For the Committee. 



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT, 



To the School Committee of the Town of Hyde Park : 
My fifth 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, 1902: 

GENERAL STATEMENT. 



SCHOOLHOUSES. 



No. 1. High school, 



2. Damon school, 



Hemenway school, 
Grew school, 

Greenwood school, 
Amos Webster sch'l, 
Butler school, 
Fairmount school, 



9. Weld school, 



grade, 



nine rooms, 

(old building) 

eight rooms, 

(four occupied) 

one room, 

eleven rooms, 

(nine occupied) 

nine rooms, 

four rooms, 

one room, 

nine rooms, 

(eight occupied) 

two rooms, 
(one occupied) 
Number of schoolrooms occupied, 
Number of school buildings, 
Number containing high school department, 
Number containing eighth (highest grammar) 
Number containing primary grades only, 

TEACHERS. 
Supervisors of special subjects, . ' . . 

Number of teachers regularly employed, 
Men teaching in day schools, . . . 

Women teaching in day schools, ..... 

Men teaching in evening schools, ..... 

Women teaching in evening schools, .... 

Men teaching in vacation schools, ..... 

Women teaching in vacation schools, .... 

Number of day school teachers who have attended college, 
Number of college graduates, ...... 

Number who have attended normal school, 

Number of normal school graduates, .... 

Number who have attended training school, 

Number of training school graduates, .... 

SCHOOL CENSUS. 
Population of Hyde Park (census of 1900), 
Total number of persons 5 to 15, 



Everett street 

Readville street 

Wolcott street 
Gordon avenue 

Metropolitan avenue 
Hilton street 
East River street 
Williams avenue 

Highland street 



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1 

4 
4 



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6 

40 
4 
3 
1 
1 

13 
11 
16 
11 
6 



13,244 
2,183 



264 



1,078 

1,105 
1,653 

813 

840 

21 

648 

9 
1 
1 



1,990 

i,943 
1,646 

i,538 

93-4 

1,694 

249 

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411 

377 



Total number of 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, ..... 

" " " excluding re-enrollments, 

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 " . . 

Tests of Sight and Hearing. 
These tests, conducted by the teachers under the direc- 
tion of Dr. David A. Wells of Boston, have been made in 
all grades above the sub-primary class and the parents of 
children who appear to need treatment have been notified. 
The tests have given our teachers knowledge of a number 
of unsuspected cases of defective sight and hearing and 
this knowledge alone, with the special care which is thus 
made possible, would fully justify the examinations. This 
is felt strongly hy all our teachers. But it is hoped, fur- 
ther, that in many cases parents may be led to consult 
the family physician and that effective treatment may be 
given. The schools are deeply indebted to Dr. Wells for 
his generous service in their interest. The value of the 
work rendered possible by his expert direction can hardly 
be overestimated. The report of the committee having 
charge of the examinations is given below. This com- 
mittee was appointed at the suggestion of Maj. Andrew 
Washburn, whose interest in the sight and hearing of 
school children led to the former Hyde Park examinations 
conducted twenty-two vears ago. 



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REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON EXAMINATION OF SIGHT AND 
HEARING OF PUPILS OF HYDE PARK SCHOOLS. 

To the School Committee of Hyde Park : 

Your Committee appointed to arrange for and supervise 
an examination of the sight and hearing of the pupils of our 
schools beg leave to report. 

Knowing the reputation of Dr. D. W. Wells of Boston 
University for interest in the prevention of diseases of the 
eye and ear as well as in their cure, and his experience in 
school work along these lines, your committee sought his 
advice and aid, and found him ready, without charge, to ren- 
der any advice and aid his large practice and college and 
dispensary duties allowed. His report hereto annexed will 
show the extent and great value of his services. 

As was natural under the circumstances Mr. Draper has 
performed to a large extent the work of the committee, who 
have looked to him in connection with Dr. Wells to make 
and supervise the arrangements necessary. 

We wish to call special attention to the remark of Dr. 
Wells, that a series of examinations during their school 
course would be most useful to the pupils individually, and 
also an invaluable medical and scientific record. 

Your Committee wish also to emphasize the remarks of 
Dr. Wells in regard to the desirability and even necessity of 
parental co-operation. 

It may be supposed that parental regard will secure such 
help as is needed in this and similar cases. But the fact 
remains that school education has been made compulsory 
in all our states, and that year by year the number increases 
where full physical and medical examinations are required 
by state law. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ANDREW WASHBURN, 
FRANK F. COURTNEY, 
WILBUR H. POWERS, 
FRANK O. DRAPER. 



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To the Committee on Examination of Sight and Hearing of the Pupils 
of the Hyde Park Schools : 

Gentlemen — Regarding the sight and hearing tests of your 
public schools I beg leave to make the following report: 

The work was commenced in the fall of 1901, but had not 
progressed sufficiently to report to you last January. 

Although all the children have been examined, the data 
are not yet available for a complete report, so this present 
must be considered as one of progress. Various unavoidable 
matters, such as measles, vaccination and the newness of the 
task are responsible for the delay. 

The importance of this work which you have inaugurated 
cannot be overestimated. Children have no criterion of nor- 
mal sight and hearing beyond what they themselves see and 
hear. Consequently even very defective ones seldom 1 com- 
plain unless there develops as a result, pain in head, ears or 
eyes. Backwardness is often dependent on the failure to 
see and hear the instruction imparted by the teacher. The 
economic bearing of this is important, as it certainly leads to 
a great loss in the effectiveness of the teaching. 

But of still greater moment is the effect on the child. 
The stigma of stupidity always hurts the child mentally and 
morally. The enthusiasm of success is the strongest possible 
incentive to undertake the next task presented. Failure 
leads to indolence, and "idleness is the devil's workshop." 

In order to learn to read and write the child must see 
reasonably well. 

A few years ago Supt. Whitcomb of Lowell published a 
facsimile of the writing of a child who had been in school 
several years, together with a specimen only a few weeks 
after proper vision had been secured with glasses. Weeks, 
with proper sight, had accomplished more than years, with 
defective vision. 

The examination of many hundred thousands of school 
children proves conclusively that nearsightedness develops 
as the school years advance. Much of this is preventable 
by the proper glasses and attention to school hygiene. The 



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prevalence of diseased eyes is another source of danger, and 
the frequency of contagious disease is a constant menace to 
the healthy. 

The compulsory examination by the New York State 
Board of Health has revealed a condition of the New York 
City Schools that is seriously alarming. 

There exists an epidemic of a disease of the eyelids known 
as Trachoma. Children suffering in this way have been sent 
to the N. Y. Eye and Ear Infirmary in such numbers that it 
has become necessary to close the doors to new patients. The 
care of those already under treatment having greatly over- 
taxed the resources of one of the largest institutions in this 
country, 301 new patients having been treated in a single day. 

This is a disease which, if let alone, leads to partial blind- 
ness, and to our shame be it said, is largely preventable under 
compulsory medical inspection. Undoubtedly this is the 
ideal method of attacking this problem, and quite a number 
of states have already put such a law upon their statute 
books. Massachusetts with characteristic conservatism is 
not among the number. 

Under Dr. Durgin's wise supervision the Boston Medical 
Inspectors are doing good work in general hygiene, but un- 
fortunately no systematic tests of sight and hearing are made. 

Some idea of the work now being done in some of our 
towns and cities may be obtained from a report on School 
Hygiene by Mr. John T. Prince, an agent of the State Board 
of Education. Complete Medical Inspection, including eyes 
and ears, is undoubtedly the proper solution of the problem. 

A personal examination of all the school children of the 
town of Wellesley, following tests made by a ''lay worker" 
has enabled me to devise a system in which the tests are 
made by the teachers under instruction of an oculist, by 
which it is possible to detect about three-quarters of the 
number of those needing attention. 

With the assistance of your Superintendent a card has 
been devised for recording such examinations of each indi- 
vidual pupil. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF HYDE PARK, MASS. 
Sight and Hearing Tests. 

Pupil School. 



GRADE 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


VI 


VII 


VIII 


IX 


X 


XI 


XII 


Date 
Sex Age 


190 


190 


190 


190 


190 


190 


190 


190 


190 


190 


190 


190 


Distant Vision ] R 
5 meters v. 
Dennett-Monoyer | . 
System j L 


















































Distant Vision j R 
with Glasses v 

(if worn) j L 


















































Near Point lor j R 
Diamond Type > 
(Centimeter,) j L 


















































Color Sense 

N-Normal D-Dcfective 


























Eyes ache alter use7j 
























Headache? 


























Squint? 


























Red or Crusted Lids? 


l 






















Hearing 



























(Watch, inches) [ . 
























Earache? 


























Discharge Irom Ear? 


























Mouth Breather? 


























Found Defective, 

"S" Sight .7 or lets 
"H" Hearing Jj or less 
' D" Diseased 


























Date ol Notice to 
Parent or Guardian 


























Was Notice Heeded? 


























Results: Vision 
Hearing 
Scholarship 
Deportment 



























Indicate improvement resulting from treatment of defects by "Imp.," g/est improvement by "G.I.," and no improvement by "N.I." 



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The data are entered tinder the grade in which the child 
happens to be at time of examination, and at promotion the 
card is passed along, and subsequent tests are recorded in the 
appropriate grade column. Thus it furnishes a complete his- 
tory of the sig - ht and hearing during school life. 

The future value of such data to educators and oculists in 
deciding questions of School Hygiene cannot be overesti- 
mated. I have met your teachers several times to explain 
their duties. The examinations are completed. I have ex- 
amined all the cards and decided from the facts thus obtained 
which cases should be regarded as defective. A standard of 
defect which shall be regarded as sufficient to warrant such 
a conclusion has been fixed at seven-tenths of normal sight 
or less in either eye. For an adult this amount of sight is 
sufficient for all ordinary purposes, so long as it does not 
lead to discomfort, but with a child it is a defect which se- 
riously impairs his present and future health and happiness. 

Some whose sight is even better than the above standard 
have been classed as defective, because of other facts which 
make it evident to one trained in this line, that eye strain of 
a serious nature exists. 

In hearing, the failure to hear the tick of a watch at more 
than 36 inches, which should be heard by the healthy ear at 
50 inches, is our standard of defective. 

I am indebted to Dr. H. P. Bellows and Dr. F. W. Colburn 
of Boston for valuable assistance in selecting a watch which 
should be heard by the normal ear at 50 inches. 

Red or crusted eyelids, or a discharge from the ear have 
been classed as diseased conditions. The possibility of the 
contagiousness of these conditions demands that these cases 
shall be seen by a physician. 

The color sense has been tested by Dr. Thompson's 
Worsteds, the colors being selected by this expert to detect 
any marked defect. This exists in all degrees from slight to 
almost complete color blindness. It is incurable, but a knowl- 
edge of the condition will prevent the selection of a calling in 
which normal color sense is an essential. 



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The following notice is now to be sent to the parent or 
guardian. 



igo 

To the Parent or Guardian : 

The Examination of Sight and Hearing authorized by the School 

Committee has shown that, 

is sufficiently defective in to seriously interfere 

his 
with fay progress. You are earnestly requested to advise with your 

family physician as to whom to consult. 

Yours respectfully , 

Teacher. 



(THIS SLIP TO BE RETURNED TO THE TEACHER.) 



I have examined the j-f ear i n g of,. 



Recommendations to the Teacher 

M. D. 

The success of this important work now depends entirely 
upon the co-operation of your parents and guardians. Un- 
fortunately there exists some misconception on this subject. 
Parents are loath to believe their children defective, and 
seem to regard it as a sort of stigma. The defect is certainly 
deplorable, but its discovery should be hailed with joy, as 
therein lies the possibility of its early correction. 



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The family physician is the first person to be consulted. 
If the case requires the skill of a specialist the family doctor 
will know a trustworthy colleague to whom the case should 
be referred. If the parents have not means to pay for this 
special service, the doctor will direct the patient to one of 
our numerous Infirmaries or Dispensaries, where some of the 
best specialists of the city give their services without remu- 
neration. So there is absolutely no excuse in any town near 
Boston for neglecting to heed this notice. 

The return slip to be filled out by the examining physi- 
cian will often contain instructions to the teacher which will 
be of the greatest advantage to the pupil. For instance, in a 
case where the use of the eyes should be restricted the 
teacher ought to know it, or if the hearing is permanently im- 
paired the child's seat should be changed to a more advanta- 
geous position. 

Exact figures are not at present available, but from the 
summaries sent me by the teachers it would be a conserva- 
tive estimate to say that one-third of the children are suffi- 
ciently defective or diseased to need immediate attention. 

19 Boys + 6 Girls, a total of 25 are color blind. 

It is strongly advised that this examination be repeated 
next September, as we have a list of suspicious cases in whom 
a slight defect may by that time have become sufficient to 
merit attention. 

I have looked over the report of Dr. Dennetts' examination 
of twenty-two years ago. As Major Andrew Washburn of your 
present board was largely instrumental in inaugurating this 
work it is not necessary for me to quote from it. There were 
then about 1,100 pupils, now the number is nearly 2,000. 

Although a different classification was then made it 
would appear that the percentage of defectives has slightly 
increased. The proportion of defectives in your schools is 
probably about the same as determined in other places. 
Comparison is difficult because in many reports the "defect- 
ive" line has not been carefullv defined. Moreover, where 



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this has been done, examiners do not state whether one or 
both eves or ears be involved. 

In closing I wish to express my sincere thanks to your 
Superintendent and teachers for their hearty co-operation. 
The work required of them is an innovation, entirely outside 
the scope of pedagogy. 

It has been a great pleasure in examining the cards and in 
our conferences to note how intelligently they had grasped 
the subject. 

With the experience of this first test the next examination 
will no doubt be very expeditiously performed. 1 firmly be- 
lieve the teachers, seeing the improved scholarship, and con- 
scious of a more intimate knowledge of the pupil's defects, 
will become most enthusiastic supporters of the Hyde Park 
system of testing the sight and hearing of school children. 

DAVID W. WELLS. 
The Westminster, Boston, Jan. 5, 1903. 



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MUSIC AND DRAWING. 
These subjects, while considerably less time is devoted 
to them than in many towns, are very effectively conducted 
by the Supervisors, under whose direction the teachers 
secure excellent work from nearly all the pupils. In these 
lines of work there is always a marked inequality in the 
ability and performance of different pupils. This is in- 
evitable, but by much personal instruction our teachers 
in most cases give each child every opportunity and assist- 
ance possible. The Supervisors' reports follow: 

Report Supervisor of Music. 
Mr. F. O. Draper, Superintendent of Schools. 

Dear Sir : — The transference of some of our teachers to 
other grades, the opening of the Trescott School, and the 
addition of new teachers, naturally interrupts the progress 
of our music. But notwithstanding these necessary 
changes, the teachers have adapted themselves to their 
new conditions and are doing excellent work. 

It is always a problem at the beginning of the school 
year to make a choice of music for the High School. 
Without doubt the best results are obtained by the study 
of some musical work, together with the plan to produce 
the same at the Graduation Exercises. 

Musical works that can be adapted for young voices are 
limited. The ability too, of the pupils must be considered. 
This year a Mass by Marzo was introduced. The music is 
of the highest order, and of considerable difficulty, proba- 
bly the most difficult yet attempted at the High School. 
But pupils have taken hold well and we hope to maintain 
our past standard of work. 

Thanking vou, and the School Committee for their 



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support of the Music. Department, I respectfully submit 
this report 

B. HAROLD HAMBLTN, 

Supervisor. 
Report Supervisor of Drawing. 
Mr, F. O. Draper, Superintendent of Schools. 

Dear Sir: — The exhibition of drawing held in the Con- 
gregational Vestry in June, under the auspices of the Ed- 
ucation Society, showed the line of work followed last 
year. 

This work it must be remembered was collected at a 
week's notice and truthfully showed the every-day class 
work, as no exhibition had been planned and worked for. 
None of these results would have been possible had I not 
had the hearty co-operation of the Superintendent, and of 
the teachers, who were as eager as I to obtain the best 
results and who labored long and faithfully conquering 
new problems. 

The lower grade work was the stronger. The young 
child knows no temerity and his drawing is free and full 
of life, while the older children lack the earlier founda- 
tions and their painstaking attempts lack freedom and 
life. 

This year the line of work is continued with especial 
drill on the parts that were discovered to be weak last 
year. With no paints, the color work has suffered, but 
attention has been given to the pencil as a medium, which 
calls for accurate work, and also the study of light and 
shade. 

A graded course in mechanical drawing and construc- 
tion work has been introduced, and neatness and accuracy 
have been our watchwords. How can we expect these 
qualities in after years if the seeds are not sown now? 



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At the High School there are four enthusiastic classes 
with every convenience to work with. As they are un- 
graded; several never having studied drawing before, the 
work has had to be more or less elementary and not up to 
the standard that High School work should attain. 

A sketch class was held after school hours during last 
year with good success. Miss Faulkner, a member, in 
designing the 1902 School Report cover, used one of the 
sketches. 

The work of the High School can only be bettered by 
devoting more time to the subject, and as the present 
grammar grades enter the school better prepared a higher 
standard of work will be reached. 

Yours very truly, 

ALICE T. BOARDMAN, 

Supervisor. 



HIGH SCHOOL, 

Your attention is called to the report of the Principal of 
the High School given below. 

The new and commodious home of this school is an emi- 
nently practical expression of public regard for and confi- 
dence in the school. While the effort of teachers and 
students could hardly be better, the ample space and effi- 
cient ventilation of the new building will inevitably raise 
the quality of the work accomplished. The remarkable 
school spirit of all connected with the school, noted in 
previous reports, insures an adequate return in character 
and scholarship for the liberal provision which the Town 
has made for the secondary education of our young peo- 
ple. 



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Report of High School Principal. 
Mr. Frank O. Draper, Superintendent of Schools. 

Dear Sir: — In accordance with your request, I submit 
herewith my fcmrth annual report of the High School for 
the year 1902. 

The enrollment in December was 320. The member- 
ship was 306. The membership by classes was as follows : 
1st year (entering class), 119; 2d year, 79; 3d year, 47; 4th 
year, 50; post-graduates, it; — total, 306. 

The increase in enrollment has been so steady each year 
that we have been able to estimate very closely the proba- 
ble number to enter. This has been of great assistance 
during the many changes which have been necessary. 
The majority of the pupils show an active interest in re- 
ducing the percentage of absence and tardiness to their 
lowest terms, and yet the results show very little improve- 
ment. Many of the. excuses received from parents or 
guardians for the absence of pupils from the whole or 
part of the session are very trivial, thus showing either a 
selfishness on the part of parents or guardians, or else a 
wholly inadequate apprehension of the value of school 
time to the pupil. There are too many pupils who enter or 
remain in school without that active interest which makes 
them a part of the institution because, Micawberlike, 
they are only there "waiting for something to turn up." 
Such pupils, needless to say, are of little help to the school 
and still less to themselves. The best that can be said for 
them is — that they are better there than on the streets. 
Many of this class of pupils might be interested and held, 
however, if we had the proper course in Manual Training. 

Our academical work is good, but for a certain class it 
should be allied with hand work. 

In the early spring Miss Sarah N. Whitman resigned, 
and Miss Carlotta E. Neal of Rochester, N. H., was ap- 



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pointed to the vacancy. During the summer Miss Nina 
E. Titus of East Union, Me., was chosen as the teacher 
for the Commercial course, which was renewed after a 
suspension of one year and Miss Sadie E. McCready of 
Sharon, was elected assistant in English and History. At 
the close of the fall term (1902) Miss Neal resigned to be 
married, and Miss Bessie L. Nichols of Westboro, was ap- 
pointed to succeed her. 

The school was accommodated in the Grew school 
building from May, 1901 until June, 1902. August 20, 
1902, books and other articles were moved to the new 
building, but it was not until a month later (Sept. 22, 
1902) that the school was opened. By that time every- 
thing within the building was in good condition, with the 
exception of the laboratories. This delay, however, will 
affect the work of the school but very little. No holidays 
have been taken and the work has been carefully planned 
by the teachers, so that we are now at about the same 
place in our work as in past years. This could not have 
been done without the heartiest co-operation of all, to- 
gether with the physical comforts of excellent light and 
ventilation. 

Without a chemical laboratory it became necessary to 
give two courses in Physics last year, and two courses in 
Chemistry this year; therefore ; it was not necessary to 
equip the physical laboratory at the opening of the school 
year. This remains to be done during the coming sum- 
mer. When completed we will have a well-equipped 
science department, and a well arranged course, in which 
there will be an opportunity to take some work in science 
each year. 

The Commercial course was renewed under entirely 
new conditions, and the work is progressing very satis- 
factorily. The typewriting branch has been strengthened 



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by exchanging some old machines and adding new ones. 
In all., five machines have been exchanged or purchased. 
There are large classes in Penmanship and the introduc- 
tion of this branch seems to fill a long felt want. We trust 
the pupils will realize how much a good handwriting is 
worth to them when seeking a business position. 

The drawing has not developed as I hoped it might. A 
large number of pupils elected the subject but in only- 
one class, Mechanical Drawing, are they getting the full 
amount of time. This is unfortuate when the facilities are 
excellent and the interest good. It is to be hoped that 
some arrangement may be made whereby the time as- 
signed in the course of study may be obtained. 

While we have been preparing for and equipping some 
of these special lines, the others have not been standing 
still, but have been developing along lines to be com- 
mended. The German and French courses have been 
lengthened one year to comply with the additional de- 
mands of the Colleges and Scientific schools. The Eng- 
lish and History courses have been more closely organ- 
ized and are, for the first time, in excellent condition for 
more progressive work. In order to facilitate the work 
in these different lines, reference books become more and 
more needful, particularly in English and History. We 
have not felt like urging this question until there was a 
proper place to care for the books, but now that we have 
the necessary conveniences this want becomes almost a 
necessity. To many not acquainted with the circum- 
stances, it would seem perfectly feasible to say, ''Run over 
to the Library and get the book," but the. books are 
wanted during school hours when it would be impractica- 
ble for the pupils to leave the building and when the Li- 
brary is not open. We should have a good school library 
and supplement it with books from the Public Library. 



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The large number of pupils has made the companies in 
the Battalion unusually large so that another year it may 
be necessary to organize a third company. By the kind- 
ness of the trustees of the Public Library, the Drum 
Corps has been accommodated in the Library basement. 
The work is good and the year promises to be one of the 
most successful in the history of the Battalion. 

In New England there are some twenty different institu- 
tions which pupils may desire to enter. There are hardly 
any two of them which have the same entrance require- 
ments, yet the High School as well as the special fitting 
school is required to prepare pupils for any one of these 
institutions. 

In our larger places the high school work is generally 
divided between two schools. To one, are sent all those 
pupils not intending to enter college ; to the other, those 
intending to enter college. The high schools in smaller 
places must not only care for both classes of pupils, but 
in addition must put pupils following the different courses 
in the same classes Now, shall such a school limit and 
impoverish its courses for the few or shall it give the best 
advantages which the most thoughtful of the day advise 
to all indiscriminately? There is but one answer, but if 
this is done all of the peculiar requirements of each of 
these institutions cannot be wholly met in the actual work 
of the class room. The few oddities are best met under 
the direction of the teacher, even though accompanied 
with a little personal inconvenience to the pupil. 

Several times during the year we have been asked, in a 
doubtful manner, if we prepared pupils for this institution 
or that. The answer has invariably been — Yes. There 
are, however, three absolutely essential qualifications for 
the youth who undertakes such a course ; first, some men- 



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tal ability; second, at least some inclination for study; 
third, the required time given to preparation. 

Blanks are given to the pupils each year on which they 
are requested to indicate what course they desire to pur- 
sue, and from these their course is shaped. The College 
course is a four years' course and if a thorough prepara- 
tion is desired in the regular time it is necessary that they 
begin their work on entering. Sometimes, according to 
the institution desired, it is possible to make a change 
later in the course, but in the majority of cases it is disas- 
trous. 

It is absolutely impossible, however, to be responsible 
for the preparation of a pupil who decides to go here or 
there one, two, or three months before preliminary exam- 
inations or graduation. Neither can we hold ourselves 
in any way responsible for the work of a pupil who does 
not reach the required standard of at least B in each of 
his studies. Pupils permitted to enter an institution re- 
ceiving less than this have been reported as poorly pre- 
pared, thus jeopardizing the standing of the school. 

The gifts reported last year have been expended for the 
adornment of the building. The Current Events Club 
gave enough pieces of casts of the Parthenon frieze to ex- 
tend the length of the west side of the Assembly Hall, and 
a bust of Longfellow. The Battalion of 1901 gave the por- 
tions of the frieze on the east side of the Hall, and the class 
of 1902 presented busts of Shakespeare and Milton. The 
Battalion of 1902 have appropriated some $85.00 which 
has not yet been expended. All this has very much added 
to the attractiveness of the interior of the building, and it 
certainly looks as though it would become in very truth 
a place of learning and inspiration. 

Respectfully yours, 

M. S. GETCHELL, 

Principal. 



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NEW EMPLOYMENT LAW. 
Toward the close of the year the following circular no- 
tice was received : 

Office of the Chief of District Police, State House, 
Boston, Mass., Oct. i, 1902. 
To Whom It May Concern : 

Attention is called to the following Act: — (Chap. 183). 
An Act relative to the employment of certain minors. 

Be it enacted, etc., as follows: 

Section 1. Section thirty-five of chapter one hundred 
and six of the Revised Laws is hereby amended by strik- 
ing out the word "cannot", in the third line, and inserting 
in place thereof the words : — does not have a certificate 
signed by the superintendent of schools, or by the school 
committee, or by some person acting under authority 
thereof, certifying to the minor's ability to, — also by in- 
serting after the word "cause'', in the seventeenth line, the 
words : — Any minor not holding the certificate described 
above shall furnish to his employer a record of his school 
attendance each week while the evening school is in ses- 
sion, and when this record shows unexcused absences 
from the sessions his attendance shall be deemed irregular 
according to this act, — so as to read as follows : — Section 
35. While a public evening school is maintained in the 
city or town in which any minor who is over fourteen 
years of age and who does not have a certificate signed by 
the superintendent of schools, or by the school committee, 
or by some person acting under authority thereof, certi- 
fying to the minor's ability to read at sight and write leg- 
ibly simple sentences in the English language resides, no 
person shall employ him and no parent, guardian or cus- 



284 

todian shall permit him to be employed unless he is a 
regular attendant at such evening school or at a day- 
school ; but, upon presentation by such minor of a certifi- 
cate signed by a regular practicing physician and satis- 
factory to the superintendent of schools, or, if there is no 
such superintendent, to the school committee, showing 
that his physical condition would render such attendance 
in addition to daily labor prejudicial to his health, said su- 
perintendent or school committee shall issue a permit au- 
thorizing the employment of such minor for such period 
as said superintendent or school committee may deter- 
mine. Said superintendent or school committee, or teach- 
ers acting under authority therefor, may excuse any ab- 
sence from such evening school which arises from justifi- 
able cause. Any minor not holding the certificate de- 
scribed above shall furnish to his employer a record of his 
school attendance each week while the evening school is 
in session, and when this record shows unexcused ab- 
sences from the sessions his attendance shall be deemed 
irregular according to this act. Whoever employs a 
minor in violations of the provisions of this section shall 
forfeit not more than one hundred dollars for each offence 
to the use of the evening schools of such city or town. 
A parent,guardian or custodian who permits a minor un- 
der his control to be employed in violation of the provis- 
ions of this section shall forfeit not more than twenty 
dollars to the use of the evening schools of such city or 
town. 

Section 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage. 

[Approved March 13. 1902.] 

Respectfully, 

RUFUS R. WADE, 
Chief Mass. District Police. 



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The following form of certificate has been prepared for 
minors who can read and write: 

School Department, fiyde Park, ltia$$acbu$ett$ 



OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT. 

I hereby Certify that 

can read at sight and can write legibly simple sentences in the English 
languages. 

FRANK O. DRAPER, 

Superintendent of Schools. 
Per 



All legally employed minors not holding the above cer- 
tificate are provided with the certificate given below, 
which has on the reverse side the dates on which the ev- 
ening schools are in session, with blanks for the princi- 
pal's signature. 

jrfj/de !Park Svening Schools 

1902-1903 

®%t0 \% \o ©ertifvf that 

has registered in the Hyde Park Elementary Evening School in order to comply 

with the provisions of Chap. 183, Sec. 1, of the Acts of the Legislature of the 

year 1902. 

Principal. 

To Employers and Overseers : — If the person presenting this Certificate 
is in your employ under another name, please write the name on the line 
below as known to you. 

Name 

Overseer or Employer. 

The pupil named in this Certificate was an attendant at the date opposite 
which the Principal of the School has placed his signature. 



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REPORT OF EVENING SCHOOL PRINCIPAL. 
Air. F. O. Draper, Superintendent of Schools. 

Dear Sir: — I beg to submit herewith the report of the 
Evening School for the term beginning November 3, 
1902. The registration in the different departments are 
as follows : 

English Department, 144. 

Business Department, 82. 

Draughting Department, 46. 

Average Attendance: 

English Department, 28. 

Business Department, 37. 

Draughting Department, 31. 

Average Age : 

English Department, 21. 

Business Department, 19. 

Draughting Department, 23. 

The average attendance is small on account of the large 
number who register at the commencement and in a great 
many cases do not report again, or come for a few even- 
ings and then drop out. 

In the English Department the majority of the pupils 
have very little knowledge of the English Language, and 
it is very interesting, as they are very anxious ta> learn. 

In the Business Department a great many of the pupils 
are connected with business houses and are endeavoring 
to fit themselves for more responsible positions and take 
much interest in their work. 

In the Drafting Department, owing to the fact that 
the entering students are not classified it became neces- 
sary to begin all with the fundamental principles. Two 
lectures were given on these principles — The Common 
Terms used in Drawing, the distinction between such 



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terms, as perpendicular and vertical, and also between 
drawings made in the ist and 3rd angles. 

After a few lessons in geometrical problems, lettering 
and use of instruments, the principles ofprojection under- 
lying all mechanical drawing were studied with their ap- 
plication to simple objects. 

At this stage the class was divided into three sections : — 
Machine and Architectural Drawing and Sheet Metal 
Work. 

For the use of students in machine drawing a number 
of valves, pipe fittings, nuts, bolts, patterns for pulleys, 
pump cylinders, etc., were procured, also a small horizon- 
tal engine which furnished further detail drawing and an 
assembling of the whole. 

The architectural work consisted of plans for a small 
cottage, the design included basement, heating apparatus, 
flues, ist and 2nd floors and roof plans, front and side ele- 
vation and as many detail drawings of framing, etc., as 
the time allowed. 

The class in sheet metal work was composed of those 
having the most mechanical drawing. Their work con- 
sisted of Orthographic Projections, Conic Sections, Cross 
Sections, development of flat and curved surfaces, inter- 
sections of solids and their development and application 
to branches, elbows, etc. 

A few special students have taken up gearing and belt- 
problems, including the Involute and Epicycloidal Curves 
with drawings of spur gears of each system. 

Owing to the different classes of work in this depart- 
ment it is impossible for one teacher to do justice to a 
class of this size, and there should be one assistant, at 
least, and another year the class will probably be fifty per 
cent, larger on account of the new industries which will 
then be established here. 



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There is always a decrease in the attendance after the 
vacation and the plans to continue the school during the 
Christmas vacation this term had to be abandoned on ac- 
count of the fuel question. The students in all depart- 
ments, with a few exceptions, take an active interest in 
their work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

B. M. CHITTICK, 
Principal. 

CARPENTRY SCHOOL REPORT. 

Hyde Park, Sept. 17, 1902. 
To the Committee on Industrial School. 

Sirs: — The Hyde Park Summer School of Carpentry 
opened on Tuesday, July 15, 1902, with an enrollment of 
eighty-five boys, averaging- eleven and one-half years of 
age. The work was divided into four classes, meeting 
twice a week, with an average attendance of thirty-one. 
The school closed on August 29. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE C. NOTES, 

Instructor. 

SEWING SCHOOL REPORT. 
To the Committee on Industrial School. 

The Summer Sewing School of 1902 opened July 8, 
with a good attendance. 

The pupils were at once divided according to their 
skill and experience, into the three usual classes — the be- 
ginners, the intermediate, and the advanced. By the end 
of the second week the membership had so increased that 
it became necessary to form another class. Seventy-three 



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pupils were enrolled during the term, with an average 
daily attendance of thirty-two. 

The system followed was the same that has been used 
in the Sewing School for a number of years. It is educa- 
tional and progressive in its plan, and by its use, despite 
the irregularity of the attendance and the long interval 
between the terms, much systematic work is accomplished. 

Besides the regular work on the samplers, the children 
had the pleasure and satisfaction of making some useful 
articles. In the beginners class twenty-four children be- 
gan and the majority finished a cheese cloth duster, and 
ten of these children also completed a crash dishcloth. In 
the intermediate class a doll's garment was cut, basted, 
and nearly completed by part of the children. In the ad- 
vanced class a pair of hemstitched pillow-cases was begun. 
One young lady succeeded in finishing one of hers, and 
several of the others had one nearly completed. 

The working spirit was excellent throughout the term, 
the interest increasing rather than diminishing as the days 
went by. It was extremely gratifying to note the large 
number who took advantage of the opportunity that was 
offered to them of working before, and often after the 
lesson, in order that a certain amount of work might be 
accomplished. 

The school closed August 14, with an exhibition of the 
work. 

Respectfully submitted, 

NELLIE M. HOWES, 

Instructor. 



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NEW TRESCOTT PRIMARY SCHOOL. 

Tlie new Primary school building on Rosemont St., 
is completed and two rooms are occupied. In one room 
are the subprimary and first grade children from the But- 
ler school. In the other are those pupils from the second 
and third grades of the Greenwood school whose homes 
are nearer the new building. It has not been practicable 
to open another room this year as the membership in the 
higher grades is relatively so small that it would have 
been necessary to make the extra room practically an un- 
graded school in order to provide a sufficient number of 
pupils for an additional teacher. 

The new school house is a well planned and well built 
four-room wooden building of attractive design. The 
architect is Geo. F. Newton of Boston, and the contractor 
is Malcolm Stewart of Readville. It is located on high, 
thoroughly drained ground, with an ample lot, facing 
Rosemont Street, and is easily accessible from the East 
River Street. Rugby, and Ixolmfield districts. The build- 
ing is designed with special reference to the future addi- 
tion of four rooms for the upper grades, and the hall-ways 
and entrance? are planned for the accommodation of an 
eight-room school. Above the second floor is an unfin- 
ished hall which will be required when the upper rooms 
are occupied. Meanwhile, it provides an air space be- 
tween the second story rooms and the roof, which serves 
to equalize the temperature in the building. 

The rooms are well lighted by large windows and are 
heated and ventilated by an effective gravity system in- 
stalled by the Fuller & Warren Company of Boston. The 
blackboards are of natural slate and adjustable furniture 
is provided in the two rooms occupied. The floors are of 
rock maple and the finish is cypress. The building is 



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fitted throughout with plumbing and sanitary arrange- 
ments. 

We have now five modern school buildings provided 
with effective systems of ventilation. How much this 
means for the health and working capacity of the children 
and their teachers., who spend approximately one thous- 
and hours each year inside the walls of the school, can be 
appreciated only by those familiar with the cold-weather 
conditions which exist in the nearly air-tight compart- 
ments of the older schoolhouses. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FRANK O. DRAPER, 

Superintendent. 



TRUANT OFFICER'S REPORT. 

Mr. Frank O. Draper, Superintendent of Schools: 
Please find below, an account of my services as 
Truant Officer for the year ending Dec. 31, 1902. 



)tal number cases investigated, 


212 


" " truants, 


47 


" " prosecuted, 


2 


" " committed, 


2 


" absent, with parents' permission, 


54 


" on account of sickness, 


5 2 


" " " lack of clothing, 


13 


" " " removal from town, 


4 


" attending private schools 


> 9 


"' " " " from other causes, 


12 


" transfer cards investigated, 


17 


Number of No Sessions of School for 1902. 




January 22, a. m. Also High. 




February 17, " and p. m., " " 

26, " " " 
March 6, " " " 






October 1, — " — — 

28, " — 

December 5, " — " " 

"16 " 






Total Grammar, 10, High, 5. 





Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY V. HARWOOD, 

Truant Officer. 



APPENDIX 



" Vincit, qui se vincit. ' 



HIGH SCHOOL 

GRADUATING EXERCISES 

WAVERLY OPERA HOUSE, 
FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1902. 



ORDER OF EXERCISES. 

i Selections from " King Dodo," 

Grew School Orchestra, 

George M. Dickinson, Director. 

2 Ruth, — Part I ........ . Gaul 

3 Address to Graduates, 

Gen. Curtis Guild, Jr. 

4 Ruth, — Part II. 

5 Presentation of Diplomas, 

Edward I. Humphrey, 

Chairman of School Board. 

c n c5o r» -a- J Words by Susette Gravestein 

b Llass udb .... ^ Music by Gertrude Kelley 

i Dear classmates, 'tis the time for parting ; 
Ended are our High School days ; 
We must say "Farewell" at last, 
And depart in different ways. 
With regret the ties are severed, 
And perhaps with falling tears ; 
But the love we bear each other 
Will but strengthen with the years. 

2 Glory waits but few to crown, 

Not all the palm may win — 
Everyone may keep his heart 

Free from taint of wrong and sin. 
Many noble lives are lived 

That the big world does not know ; 
But we'll know when the wheat is garnered 

The fruit of the seeds we sow. 

3 Let each new vict'ry bring us courage, 

But defeat bring not despair ; 
For if Duty always leads us 

Then we shall have naught to fear. 
"Power and wealth last but a day" — 

"Honor lives beyond the grave." 
Selfish thoughts let's cast far from us, 

And be noble, strong and brave. 



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4 Joy and sorrow come with parting ; 

Hand in hand to us they're given — 
'Tis the sunshine through the shower 

Makes the rainbow in the heaven. 
Now farewell, dear classmates all, 

To each other we'll be true; 
Always love and always honor 

Our class of "nineteen-two." 

March, from " The Strollers," . . . L. Eng lander 

Grew School Orchestra. 

RUTH. 

PART I. 

SORROW. 

In the Country of Moab, and on the road to 
Bethlehem. 

CHORUS. 

A grievous famine smote the land, 

And chasten'd Judah's children sore ; 
It was the Lord's divine command 

That earth her fruits should yield no more ! 
O praise the Lord ! He knoweth best 

When peace and plenty to accord ; 
To Him all things are manifest. 

O praise the Lord ! O praise the Lord ! 

And now to Him it seemeth good 

Again to send His people bread ; 
And where of late gaunt Famine stood 

Sweet Plenty raiseth up her head ! 
O praise the Lord ! He knoweth best 

When peace and plenty to accord ; 
To Him all things are manifest. 

O praise the Lord ! O praise the Lord ! 

RECITATIVE AND AIR.— Naomi. 
Now go your ways, my daughters, well beloved ; 
Return ye each unto your mother's house ; 
The Lord deal kindly with ye, as ye both 
Have dealt with those departed, and with me. 
O, gracious Lord, cast down Thine eyes 

Upon Thy servant here, 
And grant me strength thro' life's brief length 

My earthly woes to bear. 
It hath seem'd well, Almighty God, 

That I should chasten'd be ; 
But O, »I would not stay the rod, 

For all is known to Thee ! 

If by the way I faint and fall, 

Of burdens sore complain, 
Desert me not, but strength allot, 

That 'I may rise again ! 
And when my life on earth is o'er, 

Have mercy, Lord, on me, 
And let me dwell for evermore 

In Paradise with Thee ! 

CHORAL RECITATIVE. 
They lifted up their voice and wept again, 
For grief and sorrow dwelt within their hearts. 



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TRIO. — Naomi, Orpah and Ruth. 
Naomi. 
Farewell ! the hour has come for parting ! 

Farewell ! love's link must break at last ! 
Heed not the truant teardrops starting ; 
They do but greet the mirror'd past ! 

Orpah. 
"Farewell !" the word is all unspoken ! 

"Farewell !" it cannot yet be said ! 
For O, our hearts will then be broken, 

And peace forever from us fled ! 

Ruth. 
Alas ! and must we from thee sever ? 

Alas ! our souls are wrung with pain ; 
O say not it must be for ever, 

But soon our lives will join again ! 

Naomi. 
Alas ! my soul is fill'd with sorrow, 

Alas ! to part is bitter pain ; 
Yet comfort from this promise borrow, 

In Heaven we shall meet again ! 
Farewell ! 

Ah, no ! 

Farewell ! 

Ah, no ! 
Ye may no more beside me stay ! 

we will cleave to one another ! 
Alas! 

It may not be — away ! 

SOLO.— Ruth. 

Entreat me not, to leave thee, or to return 
from following after thee : for whither thou 
goest, I will go ; and where thou lodgest, I 
will lodge ; thy people shall be my people, 
and thy God my God ; where thou diest, will 

1 die, and there will I be buried : the Lord 
do so to me, and more also, if aught but 
death part thee and me. 

CHORUS. 

Speak ! art thou that Naomi, daughter, 

Who left us when famine was here ? 
When streams were despoil'd of their water, 

And Earth was all barren and sere ? 
Yea ! thou art the one who departed 

With husband and sons in the past ; 
Say, why art thou sorrowful-hearted 

Now home thou art welcom'd at last? 

RECITATIVE.— Naomi. 

Call me not Naomi, 

For grief and woe are mine ; 
The Lord hath dealt full bitterly, 

It was His will divine. 
I went out full from Bethlehem, 

All 'empty come il now, 
Yet to the High God's just decree 

My head I humbly bow. 



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CHORUS. 

Weep no more for we will cheer thee ! 

Weep no more but dry thine eyes ! 
To our hearts we will endear thee ! 

From thy sorrow, daughter, rise ! 
Weep no more, the Lord will aid thee : 

He ne'er faileth in distress ; 
Bygone woes have only made thee 

Fitter for new happiness ! 

Weep no more ! 

O weep no more ! 



PART II. 
JOY 

In the harvest-field at the abode of Naomi, 
and at the Gate of Bethlehem. 



CHORUS OF REAPERS. 

See ! the golden rays of morning 
Now the meadows are adorning ; 
Earth is from all gloomy shadows, 

Born of sombre Night, releas'd ! 
O'er the crest of distant mountain. 
O'er the brook and bubbling fountain, 
Gleam anew the waking sunbeams : 

Day appears within the East ! 

While the pearly dewdrops glisten, 
To the cornfields let us hasten, 
There with songs of praise to lighten 

Hours that are ordain'd for toil ; 
Blithely we will do our reaping, 
Still within our mem'ry keeping 
Thoughts of Him who, in His mercy, 

Giveth us the fruitful soil ! 

See ! the morn, with pointed finger, 
Biddeth us no longer linger, 
Warneth 'tis the time for labor 

Golden stems of corn among. 
To the fields then let us hasten 
While the pearly dewdrops glisten, 
There the hours of toil to lighten 

With thanksgiving and with song ! 

CHORAL RECITATIVE. 

Naomi had a kinsman of her husband's, a 
mighty man of wealth, whose name was Boaz. 

RECITATIVE.— Naomi. 

Go, my daughter, and may thy gleaning prosper : 
May plenty cross thy footsteps, and thy heart. 
When thou returnest home, be fill'd with joy 
That dieth not to-day, but liveth on 
Till thou from earthly scenes art call'd away ! 



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AIR.— Boas. 

Go not from hence, my daughter, 

But glean between the sheaves ; 
The field is mine, and all is thine 

That ev'ry reaper leaves. 
Abide here by my maidens, 

And join their mid-day rest; 
No tongue shall say thy gleaning nay, 

Or aught thy search molest. 

Go not from hence, my daughter, 

But to my cornfields keep, 
And follow close beside of those 

Whose task it is to reap. 
Thou shalt not be upbraided. 

No voice thy hands shall stay ; 
The field is mine, and all is thine 

That thou canst glean to-day ! 

RECITATIVE AND AIR.— Ruth. 

Why have I found grace in thine eyes, O 
my lord? Why shouldst thou take knowledge 
of me, seeing I am a stranger? 

Past all knowledge is the kindness 

Thou dost show, my lord, to me ; 
I am lowly, and thy favor 

All unmerited must be ! 
There are many more deserving, 

There are many — I am -least 
Yet thy bounty, gracious master, 

Bids me join thy maidens' feast! 
Deeds so kindly fill my bosom 

With a wish thy name to laud ; 
Yea, for actions good and tender 

Ev'ry heart would fain applaud. 
Hear me offer loud thanksgiving, 

Hear thine handmaid give thee praise ; 
Gracious master, for thy welfare 

I shall pray throughout my days ! 

RECITATIVE.— Boas. 

I know the goodly deeds that thou hast done, 

O my daughter ! 
And the Lord God of Israel, 
Under whose wings thou art come to trust, 
Shall give thee full reward ! 

CHORAL RECITATIVE. 

So she glean'd in the field until even 
And beat out that she had gleaned ; 
Then went she up to the city, 
And her heart was fill'd with joy. 

CHORAL.— NIGHTFALL. 

Look down, O Lord, from realms above, 

Look down we pray ; 
All dangers of the night remove 

From out our way ; 
Protect us with thy watchful love 

All thro' the day. 



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We put our hearty trust in Thee, 

And Thee alone ; 
O cease not then our guide to be, 

Almighty One ; 
The ills that threaten. Thou canst see, 

For all is known. 

Look down, O Lord, from realms on high, 

We Thee implore, 
And guard us while the night is nigh 

From peril sore ; 
And we Thy Name shall glorify 

For evermore 

iINTERMEZZO— DAYBREAK. 
WEDDING— CHORUS. 

Hark ! hark ! the cymbals clash, 

The harp sounds up to heaven ; 
And by the tender dulcimer 

Sweet melody is given. 
With trumpet and with shawm 

The air is now resounding, 
And songs of joy without alloy 

Are through the land abounding. 

The Lord who dwells above 

Hath joined two hearts together, 
And filled them both with lasting love 

That ne'er will break its tether. 
So sing ye songs of joy, 

And sound ye harps unceasing ; 
May life for them but prove a gem 

With radiance aye increasing. 

CHORUS. 

Rejoice, rejoice, rejoice, 
For blessings round us fall ; 

Your voices raise 

In songs of praise 
Unto the Lord of all. 

In His kindness never ending, 
In His mercy condescending, 
He hath look'd upon His servant, 

Blessings on his head bestowed. 
Praise ye then, the Lord of heaven 
Who to us this joy hath given; 
Praise the Lord, and let thanksgiving 

Rise to His divine abode. 

Rejoice, rejoice, rejoice, 

For blessings round us fall ; 

Your voices raise 

In songs of praise 
Unto the Lord of all. 

(MISS GERTRUDE KELLEY. 
Soloists : \ MISS EDNAH ELIZABETH MOSELEY. 
[MR. ROY BROWN. 



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GRADUATES. 



Fritz Albert Armstrong, 
Henry Louis Baessler, 
Sigrid Lillian Bloom, 
Annie M. Bonney, 
Ida DeVebber Boynton, 
Helen Lydia Burgess, 
David Francis Burns, 
Jesse Huntington Caller, 
Raymond Eugene Caller, 
Anna Mary Russell Claffey, 
Faustina Maud Davis, 
Helen Asenath Davis, 
Alonzo Conness Dunbar, 
Annie Harriett Ford, 
Susette Gravestein, 
Elsie Chadbourne Greenwooc 
Warren Haskell, 



Music by Gertrude Kelley. 

Moderato. mf 



Chester Lewis Howe, 
Gertrude Almy Kelley, 
Marie Elizabethe Lee, 
John Francis McDonnell, 
Clara Louise McDous;ald, 
Marie Wilson Melville, 
Frank Ernest Merrow, 
Ednah Elizabeth Moseley, 
Edna Selina Runnells 
Ralph Joseph Thompson, 
Gertrude Dix Tileston, 
Clarence Edward Tucker, 
Harriet Pauline Wasserboehr, 
Minnie Barbara Weston, 
dda May Wetherbee, 
Frances Ellis White, 
Annibess Williams. 



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HYDE PARK GRAMMAR SCHOOLS. 
GRADUATING EXERCISES 

OF THE 

CLASSES OF 1902, 
Waverly Hall, Thursday Evening, June 26, 1902. 

AT 7.30 O'CLOCK. 
PROGRAM. 

Selection — Concert Waltz, ..... Ellis 

Grew School Orchestra, Geo. E. M. Dickinson, Director. 
Recitation — "Rapid Riding at Gettysburg," Hay den Carruth 

Jennie Ella Montena. 
Recitation — "Parson Brownlow's Daughter," C. W. Porter 

Hope Crowell. 
Recitation — "Jimmie Butler and the Owl," Anon 

Benjamin Crocker Clough. 
Composition— "Discretion the Better Part of Valor," Original 

George Currier Greenwood. 
Chorus — "In Old Madrid" H. Trotere 

Classes. 
Recitation — "No Slave Beneath the Flag," G. L. Taylor 

Masters Bates, Crowe, Gingras and Scott. 
Recitation— "The Light on Dead Man's Bar. Rexford 

Olga Elizabeth Mortonson. 
Narrative — "The Wellman Arctic Expedition," Original 

Robert Wallace Hammatt. 
Declamation — "Grant," Henry Watterson 

Winfield Harris Church. 
Trio — "Morn Rise," From "Lucia." Arr. by Marshall 

Classes. 
Composition — "Little Travellers," Original 

Laura Elizabeth Currier. 
Recitation — "The Richest Prince," Andreas Justinus Korner 

Misses Cunningham, Berry, Nims, Perry and Walsh. 
Recitation — "Cut the Cables," an Incident of Cienfuegos, 

Robert Burns Wilson 
Millicent F. Lovell. 
March — "Blaze Away," Holzmann 

Orchestra. 
Presentation of Diplomas, 

By Mr. Edward I. Humphrey, Chairman of the School Committee 

Chorus — "America" Rev. Samuel F. Smith 

Classes and Audience. 



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GRADUATES. 

DAMON SCHOOL. 



Beezie Maples Burke, 
Benjamin Crocker Clough, 
John Elmer Coffin, 
Annie May Davenport, 
Walter Carl Doyle, 
Helena Webb Gulliver, 
Marion Frances George, 
William Francis Harnett, 
Frank Eugene Johnson, 



Clara Augusta McKenney, 
George Harrison McKenney, 
Jennie Ella Montena, 
Mabel Gertrude Morgan, 
Thomas Joseph Mtorrisey, 
Jennie Mable Mulvey, 
Edward Milton Trask, 
Edward Payson True. 
Rosamund Elizabeth Woodworth. 



GREW SCHOOL. 



John Lincoln Barry 3rd, 
Chauncy Buel Baxter, 
Guy Ellsworth Berry, 
Alice Pauline Bodwell, 
Albert Joseph Carter, 
Winfield Harris Church, 
Hope Crowell, 
Henry Winford Donoghue, 
Frank Edward Downey, 
Margaret Fidelia Hawley, 
Walter Edward Hawley, 
Ethel May Hutchins, 
Robert Carl Jank, 
Elsie Bruce Jenney, 
Margaret May Jordan, 
Frank Joseph Lapointe, 
Millicent Frances Lovell, 



Chester Rodney Lovering, 
Mary Elizabeth Maurer, 
Charles Edward Mitchell, 
Mildred Benedetta Moltedo, 
John Miles Morrison, 
Susan Newell, 
Harry Alban Olson, 
Olive Miriam Robinson, 
Helen Louise Rooney, 
Walter Perley Schwartz, 
Lillian Pearl Sproul, 
Ruth Elwood Sweet, 
Ruth Adams Tourtelotte, 
Joseph Lester Towle, 
Ralph Augustus Waldron, 
Frances Damon Way, 
Mary Ella Wetherbee, 
Harry Sheffield Wright. 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL- 



Ruth Loring Adams, 
Leonard Dobson Allen, 
George Stillman Anderson, 
Laura Virginia Arentzen, 
Florence Ruth Bills, 
George James Bills, 
Miargaret Helen Watson Bryce, 
James Robert Cass, 
John Foster Cass, 
Aldana Edna Coan, 
Clarence Coan, 
William Cleveland Corbett, 
Laura Frances Crudgington, 
Laura Elizabeth Currier, 
Josephine Fisher, 
Martin Joseph Fleming, 
Ella Evelyn Gerry, 
Jennie Frances Gleason, 
Gertrude May Greenlaw, 
George Currier Greenwood, 
Frank Reid Gunn, 
Joshua Franklin Hillier, 
Gertrude Karnan, 



Thomas Francis Keegan, 

Roberta Kraus, 

Gretchen Emily Grace Kumme, 

Nina Augusta Kumme, 

Eugene Henry Landt, 

Moses Edward Long, 

Harry Edgar Mathias, 

Ralph James Mathias, 

Olga Elizabeth Mortonson, 

Mary Jane Neilson, 

Ethel Davis Newcomb, 

Ethel Oressa Peck, 

Harold Earl Peck, 

Frances Bigelow Pick, 

Ida May Pierce, 

Alma Louise Pommer, 

John Roman, Jr., 

Arthur Cedric . Savage, 

Donald Fredrick Schaefer, 

Ethel Pearl Seavey, 

Margaret Elizabeth Shaughnessy, 

Jennie Agnes Silva, 

Evelyn Bickford Tasker, 

Lillian Etta Weymouth. 



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FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 



Charles Leonard Bates, 
Altha Louise Berry, 
Mildred Lavinia Byrnes, 
Arthur Everett Crowe, 
Agnes Marie Cunningham, 
Mabel Frances Stanbery Farley. 
Frank Chester Fogg, 
Charles William Gingras, 
Harry Herbert Hall, 
Robert Wallace Hammatt, 
Elizabeth Helen Henderson, 
Caroline May Higgins, 
Harriet Elizabeth Ide, 



Margaret Esther Keane, 

Henrietta Christina McKenzie Milne, 

Ella Pearl Nims, 

James Joseph O'Brien, 

John Francis O'Brien, 

Florence Elgiva Perry, 

Mabel Agnes Rogers, 

Ella Elizabeth Jane Ross, 

James Douglass Walter Scott, 

Oswald William Stewart, 

Harriet Rose Swartzenberg, 

Chester Alfred Tarrant, 

John Nelson Tileston, 

Elizabeth Katherine Walsh. 



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 Latin: — Louise T. Wood. 

French and Mathematics: — Alice M. Twigg. 
Commercial Studies: — Nina E. Titus. 

English and History: — Sadie E. McCready. 
French and English: — Bessie L. Nichols. 



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NAMES OF TEACHERS. 



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George L. Farley, Prin. 
Elizabeth de Senancour 

Julia E. Donovan. 

Gertrude M. Webster. . 

HEMENWAY. 

Dora F. Hastings 

GREW. 
Frank H. Dean, Prin. . 
Mabel J. Sedgwick. . . . 
Margaret E. Bertram . . 

Grace Osborne 

Frances E. Harlow. . . . 
Agnes J. Campbell. . . . 

Nellie M. Howes 

Jennie F. Ellis 

Bessie C. Sparrell 

GREENWOOD. 

D. G. Thompson, Prin. 
Frances A. Putnam . . . 

Ada I. Childs 

Louise M. Foss 

Helen P. Cleaves 

H. Margaret Gidney. . . 

Bertha J. Rich 

Helen Balkam 

Harriet F. Packard .... 

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Gertrude S. Mitchell. . 
Marion E. Gray 

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99.2 


47 


42'. 4 


40.(3 


9S-» 


99-4 


30 


2 3-3 


22.3 


9'-5 


99.1 


5o 


45 


49 


95-7 


98.6 


44 


3^ 


32 


90 


2 


99.1 


53 


47 


44 


93 


6 


99-3 


53 


48 


44 


91 


5 


99.2 


45 


37 


3b 


93 


4 


99.6 


49 


44 


39 


90 





98.4 


42 


34 


29 


82 


8 


98.9 


47 


44 


3b 


81 


8 


93-4 


59 


43 


3« 


83 


7 


98-5 


52 


46.7 


44-7 


95-7 


999 


5 2 


49 


6 


46.5 


93 


b 


99.0 


46 


37 


8 


35-3 


94 


4 


99-8 


4i 


36 


7 


36.0 


94 


4 


99.6 


55 


45 


4 


42.9 


94 


1 


99.8 


45 


39 


5 


35 b 


89 


9 


99.9 


54 


41 


4 


38.0 


9i 


3 


99-7 


53 


40 


4 


3b. 1 


«9 


3 


99-9 


52 


36 


4 


3b.2 


»5 


4 


98.0 


3-i 


24-5 


23.0 


93-9 


99-7 


28 


26.7 


25.2 


94-4 


99.9 


33 


28.9 


25-9 


89.6 


99-7 


48 


29.0 


26.0 


«5-8 


99-8 


40 


3° 


1 


26.1 


86 


6 


97-7 



c 5 



14 
19 
33 



4i 
14 

20 

17 
28 
20 
12 

30 
20 



31 
26 

38 
27 
26 
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21 
16 
12 
16 



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20 
28 
42 
39 



30 



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17 
21 

17 
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43 

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31 

27 

34 

19 

28 
16 

3° 
28 

39 



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10 
22 
44 



3° 



308 



School Statistics. — {Continued) 



Sept 


• 9. 
to 


1901 


June 


27, 


1902 



NAMES OF TEACHERS. 





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41. Q 


54 


41.8 


38.0 


39 


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VIII. 

VII. 

VI. 

V. 

IV., III. 

III., II. 
I. 
s. 

II., I., s. 



FAIRMOUNT. 

Arth'r W.Armstrong, Pr 

Sarah L. Gile 

Nettie T. Mellen 

Mary E. LeBourveau 
Susie A. Coggeshall. 
Jennie S. Hamniond. 
Helen O. Thompson. 
Nettie L. Ballou 



WELD. 
Mary E. Merrow 



95-2 
95.0 
94.2 
90.9 
94.1 

9i-5 
89.9 

93-2 
85.8 



999 
99.0 
99.0 
99.0 
99.0 
99-5 
99-9 
99.8 

99.0 



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18 

II 

26 

31 

40 

38 

40 
29 



DRAWING SUPERVISOR'S PROGRAMME. 



SCHOOLS. 










Feb. 


Mak. 


Apr. 


May 


June 


Weld 


9.45-10.15 


Mon 


a. 


m. 


9-23 


9-23 


6-20 


4-18 


I-15 


River St. 


11. 15-12 


" 


a. 


m. 


9-23 


9-23 


6-20 


4-18 


1-15 


Hemenway 


1.45-2. 15 


" 


P 


m. 


9-23 


9-23 


6-20 


4-18 


I-I5 


Grew 


9-45-3-45 


1 1 


a. 
P- 


m. 
in. 


2-16 


2-16-30 


13-27 


11-25 


8 


High 


8.45-9-3° 


« 


a. 


m. 


2-9 

I 6-?"! 


2-9 
r 6--> 1-T.n 


6-13 

7CI-97 


4-1 1 
18-21; 


i-8-r 5 



o ~ t* 3-1° 3-10-17 7-14-21 5-12 

8.45-12.45 Tues. a. m. ° ° A a *. 

^ 3 ^ 17-24 24-31 28 19-26 



2-9-16 



Amos Webster 


2-3-45 


" 


P- 


m. 


3-i7 


3-17-31 14-28 


12-26 


9 


Damon 


2-3-45 


" 


P- 


m. 


10-24 


10-24 7-21 


5-i9 


2-16 


Greenwood 


9-!0-3-45 


Wed. 


a. 
P- 


m. 
m. 


11-25 


1 1-25 8-22 


6-20 


3- r 7 


Fairmount 


9-10-3-45 


" 


a. 
P- 


m. 
m. 


4-18 


4-18 1-15-29 


13-27 


10 



MUSIC SUPERVISOR'S PROGRAMME. 



ODD WEEKS, ISt, 3RD, 5TH, ETC., 1903. 



Grew. Tuesday a. m. 



Grew. Tuesday p. M. 



High. Wednesday a. m. 
Webster. Wednesday p. M. 



Weld. Thursday a. m. 
Trescott. Thursday a. m. 

Hemenway. Thursday p. m. 
Grew, Thursday p. M. 



EVEN WEEKS, 2ND, 4TH, 6TH, ETC 



Fairmount, Tuesday a. m. 



High, Wednesday A. m. 
Damon, Wednesday p. m. 



Greenwood, Thursday A. m. 



Grade S 


9.20 to 


9-35 


* * 


1 


9-35 to 


9-55 


< ( 


2 


10.00 to 


10.30 


( < 


3 


10.50 to 


11.20 


iC 


4 


11.25 to 


11.55 


( ( 


5 


1.50 to 


2.20 


i t 


6 


2.25 to 


2-55 


a 


7 


3.00 to 


3-3° 


" 




10.00 to 


12.00 


il 


1 


i-45 to 


2.05 


" 


2 


2.15 to 


2-35 


i t 


3 


2.40 to 


3-05 


i ( 


4 


3.10 to 


3-4o 


( * 


2 


9.20 to 


9-45 


tk 


1 


11.00 to 


11.20 


i i 


2& 3 


11.25 to 


H-55 


i t 


2& 3 


2.00 to 


2.25 


(( 


8 


3-15 to 


345 


m, etc. 






Grade S 


9.20 to 


9-35 


* ' 


1 


9-35 to 


9-55 


* t 


2& 3 


10.00 to 


10.30 


" 


4 


10.50 to 


11.20 


" 


3&5 


11.25 to 


H:55 


" 


6 


1.50 to 


2.20 


" 


7 


2.25 to 


2-55 


" 


8 


3. co to 


3-3° 


" 


I &2 


1.50 to 


2-15 


<< 


3&4 


2.15 to 


2.45 


<< 


5&6 


2.45 to 


3-15 


" 


7 & 8 


3- J 5 to 


345 


* ' 


1 


9.10 to 


9-30 


a 


2& 3 


9-35 to 


10.00 


" 


4 


10.00 to 


T0.30 


" 


5 


10.50 to 


11.20 


" 


6 


11.25 to 


n-55 


* ( 


7f 


1.50 to 


2.20 


* * 


7c 


2.25 to 


2-55 


" 


8 


3.00 to 


3-30 



TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



TRUSTEES 



OF THE 



Hyde Park Public Library 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1903 




BOSTON 
PHIL. W. CARROLL 

530 Atlantic Ave. 
»9°3 



ORGANIZATION, 



TRUSTEES. 



HENRY B. 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. 

CARRIE C. HIGBEE. 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE 
PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



In presenting this report for the current year, the Trus- 
tees have no startling innovation or occurrence to chron- 
icle. The work of the Library has proceeded satisfactorily 
and it has done its fair share of good service during the 
year. The Librarian's Report will give you the various 
statistics, which show a gratifying increase in the number 
of borrowers and a similar increase in the circulation. 

But we are well aware that the efficiency of the work is 
riot to be measured by mere numbers. The borrower who 
comes with the greatest frequency and devours with fever- 
ish haste the greatest number of pages is by no means sure 
to be the one who is reaping the greatest benefit from the 
town's liberality. Indeed, the presumption is quite the 
contrary. Those who read a far less number of pages and 
far better books with the definite purpose of improvement 
and information, instead of mere pleasure, these are the 
ones who justify the generous expenditures that are so 
cheerfully made. Still we welcome any readers, however 
superficial, in the hope that their taste may be improved 
and their ideals elevated. 

It is a gratifying and inspiring sight to see both old and 
young in the main reading room consulting the various 
reference books at hand with the evident desire of gaining 
some definite knowledge of which they feel their need. It 
is an equally gratifying sight to behold the Juvenile Room 
thronged, as it often is, with little people quietly looking 
at the pictures oh the walls or in the illustrated papers and 
magazines, reading simple stories adapted to their age 



314 

and attainments, or listening to the reading of judicious 
selections by the attendant in charge. You cannot help 
feeling an assurance that seeds are being planted and 
tastes cultivated that will bear good fruit in later years. 

One case of serious and persistent mutilation of books 
and periodicals was brought to our notice early in the 
year. The offender was discovered and properly dealt 
with. This has been the only case of wanton defacement, 
but we would call the attention of parents to the careless 
use of books with unclean hands, which is too prevalent. 
It is a delight to read a fresh, clean book and whoever de- 
faces one, even though it be carelessly, is doing an injus- 
tice to the book, to himself and to the future readers. We 
ask the cordial cooperation of the older members of each 
family in this matter. It is the comparatively little things 
of life that go far toward making it pleasant or the oppo- 
site. 

Many of the readers have seen the little Maxon's book- 
marks we have caused to be placed in the Juvenile Room, 
but lest some may never have examined one of them, we 
will here reproduce what is printed on them as of equal 
interest to all who have occasion to use books. 

"Once on a time" a Library Book was overheard talk- 
ing to a little boy who had just borrowed it. The words 
seem worth recording, and here they are: 

"Please don't handle me with dirty hands. I should 
feel ashamed to be seen when the next little boy borrowed 
me. 

"Or leave me out in the rain. Books can catch cold as 
well as children. 

"Or make marks on me with your pen or pencil. It 
would spoil my looks. 

• "Or lean on me with your elbows when you are reading 
me. It hurts. 



315 

"Or open me and lay me face down on the table. You 
wouldn't like to be treated so. 

"Or put between my leaves a pencil or anything thicker 
than a single sheet of thin paper. It would strain my 
back. 

"Whenever you are through reading me, if you are 
afraid of losing your place, don't turn down the corner of 
one of my leaves, but have a neat little Book-Mark to put 
in where you stop, and then close me and lay me down on 
my side so that I can have a good comfortable rest. 

"Remember that I want to visit a great many other lit- 
tle boys after you are through with me. Besides I may 
meet you again some day, and you would be sorry to see 
me looking old and torn and soiled. Help me to keep 
fresh and clean, and I will help you to be happy." 

The Library is indebted to Mr. T. D. Tooker for a large 
number of books taken from his library and a collection of 
musical works which belonged to his daughter, the late 
Minnie D. Tooker, this collection to be called by her 
name. 

After the death of Mrs. S. R. H. Giles, Mr. Giles found 
among her papers a memorandum of certain books which 
she wished to have added to the Library. He wrote to the 
trustees asking that those books be purchased and placed 
in the Library at his expense. This has already been 
done. 

These additions have been especially pleasing to the 
trustees, not only for their intrinsic value, but also on ac- 
count of the interest in our work which they show. 
For the Trustees, 

HENRY B. MINER, 

Chairman. 



LIBRARIAN'S REPORT. 

To the Trustees of the Hyde Park Public Library : 

Gentlemen — The annual report for the year ending 
January 31, 1902, is herewith respectfully submitted. The 
Library has been open 305 days from 2 until 9 P. M: The 
circulation has increased 5,951 over that of 1901. We 
have an increase of 560 names on our list of borrowers. 

The restriction limiting the number of card holders in 
a family has been withdrawn, and the age limit has been 
reduced from 12 years to 10 years, so that now all resi- 
dents of the town over 10 years of age are entitled to draw 
books from the Library. 

Our exhibitions from the Library Art Club have been 
as follows : Photographs of Assisi, Canterbury, Egypt, 
Local Set (Beverly, Med ford, Pawtucket, St. Johnsbury 
and Westford). Newfoundland, Rome. South Kensing- 
ton, Venice, and the Lowell engravings. Notices of these 
exhibits have been printed in the locals papers and have 
been sent to the public schools. We Avish more people 
might avail themselves of the opportunity of seeing these 
collections. 

We wish to make the Library useful to all. We are glad 
to aid the literary clubs, and desire to co-operate with the 
schools. If the teachers could send us a list of topics a 
little in advance, we could serve the pupils better by hav- 
ing more material at hand. 

The bi-monthly bulletin containing the lists of acces- 
sions has been continued this year as last. Space has not 
permitted the reading lists on timely subjects and selected 
lists of books which we would like to include. 

The House Beautiful has been added to our list of 



317 

magazines. The American Monthly magazine has very 
kindly been loaned to us each month for use in the reading 
room. The Engineer is received regularly, the gift of an 
unknown donor. Several gifts of books have also been 
received. 

In the Young People's Department there has been a 
growing interest in better literature. During a few of the 
summer weeks Miss Adams read aloud for an hour on 
Wednesday afternoons to any who wished to come. Bits 
from choice books were read resulting in a desire on the 
part of the children to read the books themselves. 

Picture bulletins of new and attractive books, author, 
birthday and holiday bulletins, with appropriate book lists, 
have been a feature of the work as heretofore. 

The number of volumes delivered for home use from 
that department has been 16,940. The largest daily use 
March 8, 153; the smallest daily use March 5, 22. 

The American Boy has been added to the list of periodi- 
cals. 

Statistics. 
The Library has been open 305 days. 

Total circulation 64,100 

Magazines issued 2,763 

Largest daily use, March 1 482 

Smallest daily use, March 5 63 

Average daily use . 210 

Average monthly use . , 5>34! 

Class Per Cent, of Circulation. 

Fiction, 80.8; biography, 2.2; history, 2.3; 

travels, 1.8; miscellaneous, 12.9. 
Increase in number of borrowers . . 560 



318 
Accessions. 

Added by purchase 822 

Added by gift 44 

Added by magazines bound 41 

Lost and worn out books replaced, 172 

Total 1 ,®79 

ELIZABETH. AINSWORTH, 

Librarian. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY FUND. 



TREASURER S STATEMENT. 



Balance from old account, $943.80 

Interest on Savings Banks deposit, 38.86 

Received from Elizabeth Ainsworth, Libra- 
rian, for sundries, 289.65 

Balance, deposited in the Hyde Park 

Savings Bank, $1,272.31 

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. 

FREDERIC C. STONE, 
WILLIAM J. DOWNEY, 
FREDERICK G. KATZMANN, 

Auditors of the Town of Hyde Park, Mass. 



ACCESSIONS TO THE LIBRARY IN 1902. 



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

GENERAL WORKS. 

Atlantic monthly, v .89. 051 — A 
Century, v. 62, 63. 051 — C 
Chautauquan, v. 17-28, 30-34. 051 — Ci 
Cosmopolitan, v. 31, 32. 051 — C2 
Feltcher, W. I., and Bowker, R. R., eds. Annual literary in- 
dex, 1901. Ref. 
Forum, v. 32. 051 — F 
Harper's monthly magazine, v. 103, 104. 051 — H 
International year book. Ref. 
Lippincott's magazine, v. 69. 051 — Li 
Living age, v. 198-199. 051 — L 
New England magazine, v. 23, 24. 051 — N 
North American review, v. 173. 051 — Ni 
Review of reviews, v. 24, 25. 051 — Ri 
Scribner's magazine, v. 30, 31: 051 — S2 



PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION. 

(Including Mythology.) 

Bible. American revised version. 220 — B1.3 
Brewer, D. J. American citizenship; Yale lectures on the re- 
sponsibility of citizenship, 172 — Bi 
Brooks, P. Law of growth and other sermons. 252 — B3-7 
Bruce, A. B. Training of the twelve. 226 — Bi 

CAMBRIDGE BIBLE. 

Carr, A., ed. Gospel according to St. Matthew. 226.2 — Ci 

Lumby, J. R. Acts of the apostles. 226.6 — L 

Maclear, G. F. Gospel according to St. Mark. 226.3 — Mi 

Plummer, A., ed. Gospel according to St. John. 226.5 — P 



Cooper. J., and Maclean, A. J. Testament of our Lord; tr. into 

English from the Syriac with introduction and notes. 229 — C 

An apocryphal work of uncertain date. 

Dods, M. Parables of our Lord. 226.8— D 

Dresser, H. W. Book of secrets. 240 — D.6 

EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE. 

Burton, H. Gospel according to St. Luke. 226.4 — Bi 

Dods, M. Gospel of St. John. . 2 v. 226.5— D 

Gibson, J. M. Gospel of St. Matthew. 226.2— G 



321 

Fairbairn, A. M. Philosophy of the Christian religion 201 — F 

wisher, G. P. Beginnings of Christianity. 270 — F.i 

Flammarion, G. The unknown. 130 — F 

Foster, M. H., and Cummings, M. H. Asgard stories. j'291 — Fi 

Francillon, R. E. Gods and heroes. J292 — Fi 

Gladden, W. Practice of immortality. 237 — G 

Who wrote the Bible? 220 — G 

Gummere, A. M. The Quaker; a study in costume. 289 — G 
Haeckle, E. Riddle of the universe at the close of the nine- 
teenth century. 147 — H 

Hastings, J., and others, eds. Dictionary of the Bible. 4 v. Ref. 

Hodgkins, L. Via Christi; an introduction to the study of 

missions. 266 — H 

James. W. Varieties of religious experience. 204 — J 

Linn, W. A. Story of the Mormons from the date of their ori- 
gin to the year iqoi. 298 — L 
McGiffert, A. C. History of Christianity in the apostolic age. 270 — M3 
Marden, O. S. How they succeeded. 170 — M.5 

Talks with great workers. 170 — M.6 

Paine, L. L. Critical history of the evolution of trinitarianism 

and its outcome in the new Christology. 231 — P 

Ethnic trinities and their relations to the Christian trinities. 

290 — P 
Price, L. L., and Gilbert, C. B. Heroes of myth. (Stories of 

heroes.) J291 — P 

Ramsay, W. M. St. Paul the traveller and the Roman citizen. 225 — Ri 
Rhees, R. Life of Jesus of Nazareth. 232 — R2 

Sabatier, A. Apostle Paul. 225 — Si 

Savage, M. J. Men and women. 173 — S2 

Stalker, J. Christology of Jesus. 232 — S2.3 

Van Dyke, H. Ships and havens. 170 — V 

Washington, B. T. Character building. 170 — W5 



SOCIOLOGY. 



Abbot, W. J. American merchant ships and sailors. 387 — A 

Betts, L. W. Leaven in a great city. 331 — B3 

Bigelow, P. Children of the nations; a study of colonization 

and its problems. 325 — B 

Bolen, G. L. Plain facts as to the trusts and the tariff, with 
chapters on the railroad problem and municipal monop- 
olies. 338 — Bi 
Briggs, L. B. R. School, college and character. 370 — B3 
Brown, A. F. In the days of giants; a book of Norse tales, j'398 — B3 
Burton, T. E. Financial crises and periods of industrial and 

commercial depression. 332 — iii 

Canfleld, J. H. College student and his problems. 378 — C 

Carnegie, A. Empire of business. 330 — Cl.i 



322 

Chenery, S. As the twig is bent; a story for mothers and 

teachers. 372 — Ci 

Corbin, J. An American at Oxford. 378 — Ci 

Cushing, F. H. Zuni folk-tales. 398 — C5 

Flint, C. R., and others. The trust: its book; edited by J. H. 

Bridge. 338— F 

Gladden, W. Social salvation. 330 — G2.1 

Guerbet, H. A. Legends of Switzerland. 398 — G4.1 

Hamilton, J. H. Savings and savings institutions. 332— H2 

Henderson, C. H. Fducation and the larger life. 370 — H 

Hinds, W. A. American communities 335 — H 

Hodges, G. Faith and social service. 335-7 — H 

Hughes, J. L. Dickens as an educator. (International educa- 
tion series.) 372 — Hi 
Hughes, R. E. Making of citizens. 37c; — Hj 
Tones, W. Crowns and coronations. 394-4 — J 
Kingsland, F. (Mrs. Burton Kingsland). Book of weddings. 392 — K 
Kovalevsky, M. Russian political institutions 342 — K 
Kropotkin, P. A. Fields, factories and workshops 330 — K 
Lloyd, H. D. Labor copartnership. 334 — L 
Macy, J. Political parties in the United States. 1846-1861 329 — Mi 

Martin, W. L. American merchant marine; its history and ro- 
mance from 1620 to 1902. 387 — Mi 
Massachusetts. General Court. Acts and resolves, 1902. Ref. 

Index to the revised laws of Massachusetts. Ref. 

Journal of the House of Representatives, 1902. Ref. 

Journal of the Senate, 1902. Ref. 

Revised laws of Massachusetts. Ref. 

• Secretary of State. Public documents, Annual reports. I2v. Ref. 

Mathews, S. Social teachings of Jesus; an essay in Christian 

sociology. 335-7— M 

Peabody, F. G. Jesus Christ and the social question. 335-7 — P 

Peters, J. P., ed. Labor and capital. 331 — Pi 

Potter, H. C. Citizen in relation to the industrial situation. 331 — P2 
Richmond, E. Mind of a child. 372 — Ri 

Riis, J. A. Battle with the slum. 331 — R1.2 

Scudder, H. E. Book of legends. j'398 — S3 

Search, P. W. Ideal School. (International education series.) 

370— Si 
Sons of the American Revolution. Massachusetts society 369 — S 

Statesman's year book. 1902. Ref. 

United States. Education Bureau. Report, 1899-1900. Ref. 

Census Bureau. 12th census. Vols. 1-10. Ref. 

War Department. Regulations for the army of the United 

States. 355 — Ui 

Report on the census of Porto Rico, 1899. 317.295 — U.i 

Whibley, L. Greek oligarchies; their character and organi- 
zation. 321 — Wi 
Willard, J. F. Worlc of graft. 352— W 
Zitkala-sa. Old Indian legends. _ J398 — Z 



323 

SCIENCE. 

Bergen, J. Y. Foundations of botany. 580 — B2 

Beal, W. J. Seed dispersal. J581 — B 

Brigham, A. P. Text-book of geology. 550 — Bi 

Britton, N. L., and Brown, A. Illustrated flora of the northern 
United States, Canada, and the British possessions. 3 v. 

580— B3 
Clute, W. O. Our ferns in their haunts. 587 — C 

Dame, L. L., and Brooks, H. Handbook of the trees of New 

England. 582— D 

Dana, Mrs. W. S., now Mrs. F. T. Parsons. According to sea- 
son; new ed., illus. 580 — D.i 
Dixon, C. Birds' nests. 598 — D2 
Doubleday, N. B. How to attract the birds. 598 — D.2 
Earle, A. M. Sun-dials and roses of yesterday. 529 — E 
Emerton, J. H. Common spiders of the United States. 595 — E 
Giberne, A. Mighty deep and what we know of it. J551 — G5 
Gibson, W. H. Blossom hosts and insect guests; edited by E. 

E. Davie. 580 — G3 

Hodge, C. F. Nature study and life. J500 — Hi 

H olden, E. S. Family of the sun. J523 — H 

Holland, W. J. Butterfly book. 595— H2 

Huntington, A. O. Studies of trees in winter. 582 — H 

Jackson, D. C, and J. P. Elementary book on electricity and 

magnetism and their application. 537 — J 

Jordan, D. S., and Evermann, B. W. American food and game 

fishes. 597 — J 

Keyser, L. S. Birds of the Rockies. 598 — Kr 

Kingsley, C. Madam How and lady Why. J551 — Ki 

Leavitt, R. G. Outlines of botany. 580 — L 

Lang, W. J. Secrets of the woods. j'590 — L2.2 

Lubbock, Sir T. (Lord Avebury.) On the senses, instincts 
and intelligence of animals, with special reference to in- 
sects. 591 — L 

Prehistoric times; 6th ed., rev. 571 — L 

Mcllvaine, .C, and Macadam, R. One thousand American 

fungi. 589— M 

Marshall, A. M., ed. Lectures on the Darwinian theory. 575 — Mi 
Mathews, F. S. Field book of American wild flowers. 580 — Mi 

Meadowcroft, W. H. A B C of electricity. J537 — M4 

Miller, M. R. Brook book 5.90— M2 

Miller, O. T. Second book of birds. J598— M3.6 

Morley, M. W. Little wanderers. J581— M 

Seed babies. J581 — M.i 

Norcross, M. R. Springtime flowers. J580 — N 

Parker, T. J., and Haswell, W. A. Text-book of zoology. 2 v. 

590— Pi. 1 
Popular science monthly, v. 59, 60. 505 — P 



324 

Remsen, I. Elements of chemistry. " 540 — Ri 

Inorganic chemistry. 546 — R 

Seeley, H. G. Dragons of the air; an account of extinct flying 

reptiles. 568 — S 

Servisse, G. P. Other worlds; their nature, possibilities, and 

habitability in the light of latest discoveries. 523 — S1.1 

Pleasures of the telescope. 523 — Si. 2 

Shipley, A. E., and MacBride, E. W. Zoology. 590 — S2 

Smithsonian institution. Documents relative to its origin and 

history, v. 2, 1835-1890. Ret. 

Step, E. Shell life; an introduction to the British mollusca 594 — S 
Strong, F. L , and Stoker, G. A. All the year round. j'500 — S 

Swoope, C. W. Lessons in practical electricity. 537 _J_ S3 

Venable, F. P>. Short history of chemistry. 540 — V 

Weed, C. M. Seed-travellers. J581 — W 

White, W. H. Book of orchids. 584— W 



USEFUL ARTS. 



Baker, I. O. Treatise on masonry construction. 9th ed. 693 — B 

Curtis, I. G. Left-overs made palatable. 641 — C 

DeVinne, T. L. Practice of typography; correct composi- 
tion. 655— D.i 

Fiske, G B., comp. Poultry architecture. 636 — Fi 

Gilmore, Q. A. Practical treatise on limes, hydraulic cements, 

and mortar. 666 — G 

Goodwin, J. H. Improved book-keeping and business manual. 

657-G 
Hannan, W. I. Textile fibres of commerce. 677 — Hi 

Harmsworth, A. C. Motors and motor driving. 621.4 — H 

Herrick, C. T. In city tents; how to find, furnish and keep a 

small home on slender means. 640 — H1.1 

Hill, J. M. Practical cooking and serving. 641 — H1.1 

Homans, J. E. A. B, C, of the telephone. 654 — H 

Maginnis, O. B. Bricklaying. 693 — M 

Massachusetts. Board of Agriculture. Report, 1901. Ref. 

Mowry, W. A. and A. M. American inventions and inventors. 

j6oo — M2 
Newell, F. H. Irrigation in the United States. 631 — N 

Regan, H. C. Locomotives; simple, compound and electric. 

4th ed. " 64I— R2 

Richards. E. H. Cost of food. 613 — Ri 

Cost of living as modified by sanitary science. 640 — R.i 

Rocheleau, W. F. Great American industries. 2 v. J600 — R 

Sedgwick, W. T. Principles of sanitary science and the public 

health. 614 — Si 

Tunzelman, C. W. de. Wireless telegraphy. 654 — T 

"Wheeler, M. The baby; his care and training. 649 — W 

Young, E. R. My dogs in the Northland. 636 — Yi 



325 



FINE ARTS. 



Apthorp, W. F. Opera, past and present. 782 — Ai 

Bate, P. H. English pre-Raphaelite painters; their associates 

and successors. 2d ed. rev. 759 — B 

Beard, L. and A. B. What a girl can make and do. j'790 — B.i 

Clapp, H. A. Reminiscences of a dramatic critic, with an essay 

on the art of Henry Irving. 792 — C 

Corlette, H. C. Cathedral church of Chichester. (Bell's cathe- 
dral series.) 726 — Ci 
Cust, A. M. Ivory workers of the middle ages. (Handbooks 

of the great craftsmen.) 736 — C 
Cust, R. H. H. Pavement masters of Sienna, 1369-1562. (Hand- 
books of the great craftsmen.) 729.7 — C 
Daniels, F. H. Teaching of ornament. 707 — D 
Denning, D. Wood-carving for amateurs. J736 — D 
Elson, A. Critical history of opera. 782 — E 
Orchestral instruments and their use. 785 — E 

Finck, H. T. Songs and song writers. (Music lover's library.) 

784-F 

French, J. L. Christ in art. 755 — F 
Haweis, H. R. Old violins. 787— H 
Hiatt, C. Westminster Abbey. (Bell's cathedral series.) 726 — H 
Hoppin, J. M. Great epochs in art history. 709 — H.i 
Hoyt, D. L. World's painters and their pictures. 1759 — H2 
Hurll, E. M. Tuscan sculpture of the fifteenth century. (Riv- 
erside art series.) 730 — Hi 
King, P. American mural paintings. 720 — K 
Lahee, H. C. Organ and its masters. 786 — L 
Martindale, T. Sport indeed. 799 — M2 
Muther, R. History of modern painting. 750 — M 
Parker, A. Ping-pong; the game and how to play it. 794 — Pi 
Perry, E. B. Descriptive analyses of piano works. 786 — P 
Prout, E. Orchestra. 2 v. 785 — P 
Roosevelt, T., and others. The deer family. 799 — R.2 
Taylor, C. M. Why my photographs are bad. 770 — T 
Townsend, W. G. P Plant and floral studies for designers, art 

students and craftsmen. 745 — T 

Upton, G. P. Musical pastels. 780 — TJ 

Standard light operas, their plots and their music. 782 — U.2 

Vuillier, G. History of dancing from the earliest ages to our 

own times. Ref. 
Wheeler, C, ed. Household art. 747 — Wi 
White, M. How to make baskets. 745 — W 
Wickhoff, F. Roman art; some of its principles and their appli- 
cation to early Christian painting. Ref. 

Wyllie, W. L. Marine painting in water color. 758 — W 



326 
LITERATURE. 

Abbott, E. A. Shakespearian grammar. 822.3 — A 

Aristotle. Constitution of Athens] tr. with introduction and 

notes by F. G. Kenyon. 888— A2 

Beers, H. A. History of English romanticism in the nineteenth 

century. 823 — B 

Brooks, S. A. English literature from the beginning to the 

Norman conquest. 820 — B2.2 

Poetry of Robert Browning. 821 — B9.2 

Brooks, S. A., and Rolleston, T. W., eds. Treasury of Irish 

poetry in the English tongue. 821 — B9.1 

Browne, W. H., ed. Selections from the early Scottish poets; 

with notes and glossary. 821 — Bu 

Brownell, W. C. Victorian prose masters. 824 — B8 

Bullen, A. H., ed. Lyrics from the dramatists of the Eliza- 
bethan age. 821 — B12 

Lyrics from the song-books of the Elizabethan age. 821 — B12.1 

Burroughs, J. Literary values. 814 — Bio 

Carleton, W. Songs of two centuries. 811 — C5.2 

Chambers, R. Chambers's cyclopaedia of English literature. 

v. 1, 2. Ref. 

Champlin, J. D. Young folks' cyclopaedia of literature and art. Ref. 
Cox, P. Another Brownie book. j8n — C9.5 

Brownies around the world. j8n — C9.4 

Brownies; their book. j8n — C9.5 

Craik, H., ed. English prose. 5 v. 820 — C4 

Cross, Mrs. M. A. E. (George Eliot.) Poetical works. 821 — C15 

Day, H. F. Pine tree ballads. 811 — D7 

Up in Maine. 811 — D7.1 

Dobson, A. Handbook of English literature. 820 — D 

Miscellanies. 2 v. 824 — D3.1 

Dole, N. H., and Walker, B. M., editors. Flowers from Per- 
sian poets. 2 v. 891 — Di 
Eggleston, G. C, ed. American war ballads and lyrics. 811 — E2 
Federn, K. Dante and his time. 851 — F 
Fowler, H. M. History of ancient Greek literature. 880 — F 
Gardiner, J. H. Forms of prose literature. 808 — Gi 
Gates, L. E. Studies and appreciations. 814 — G6 
Gavit, H. E. Etiquette of correspondence. 808.6 — G 
Giles, H. A. History of Chinese literature. (Literatures of the 

world.) 895 — G 

Graham, H. G. Scottish men of letters in the eighteenth cen- 
tury. 820 — G2 
Gummere, F. B. Beginnings of poetry. 809.1 — G 
Haaren, J. H., ed. Ballads and tales. j'808 — H8 

Fairy life. 1808— H8.1 

Hearn, L. Kotto; being Japanese curios with sundry cobwebs. 

895— H.2 



327 



Hyde, D. Literary history of Ireland. 820 — Hi 
Kellogg, A. M., ed. How to celebrate Washington's birthday 

in the schoolroom. J808 — Ki 

Knowles, F. L., ed. Golden treasury of American songs and 

lyrics. 811 — K 

Lovejoy, M. I., comp. Nature in verse. J808 — L3 

■ Poetry of the seasons. 808 — L3.1 

Lover, S. Poetical works. 821 — L5 

Mabie, H. W. Works and days. 814— M2.5 

Mason, H. L. American literature; a laboratory method. 810 — M2 

Osmun, T. E. Some ill-used words. 420 — Oi 
Paget, R. L., ed. Poems of American patriotism. 1776-1898. 

811— Pi 

Poetry of American wit and humor. 811 — Pi. I 

Pancoast, H. S. An introduction to English literature. 820 — P1.1 
Peabody, J. P. Marlowe; a drama in five acts 812 — P 
Peet, L. H. Who's the author? 803— P 
Perry, T. S. English literature in the eighteenth century. 820 — P2 
Phillips, S. Ulysses. 822 — P1.1 
Reed, M. Spinster book. 817— Ri 
Repplier, A., ed, Book of famous verse. J808 — R4 
Rice, S. S., ed. Holiday selections for readings and recita- 
tions. 3808— Rs 
Saintsbury, G. Earlier renaissance. 809 — S2.1 
Schelling, F. E., ed. Book of Elizabethan lyrics. 821 — S15 
Sherman, L. A. What is Shakespeare? 822.3 — S4 
Shute, K., comp. Land of song. 3 v. J808 — S6 
Smith, J. H. Troubadours at home. 849.1 — S 
Snell, F. J. Age of Chaucer. 82a— S2 
Spencer, H. Facts and comments. 824 — S.i 
Stevenson, R. L. Child's garden of verses. J821 — S9.1 

Memories and portraits. 824 — S6.3 

Stoddard, F. H. Evolution of the English novel. 823 — Si 

Tappan, E. M. Old ballads in prose. J821 — T4 

Taylor, B. Poetical works. 811 — T 

Trent, W. P., and Wells, B. W., eds. Colonial prose and 

poetry. 810 — Ti 

Wagner, C. Simple life. 840 — W 

Walker, H. Three centuries of Scottish literature. 2 v. 820 — W2 

Warner, C. D. Fashions in literature. 814 — W4.4 

Whiting, L. World beautiful in books. 814 — W6.2 

Wilson, C. D. Story of the Cid for young people. j86i — W 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

(Including Archaeology.) 

Babcock, M. D. Letters from Egypt and Palestine. 
Baedeker, K. Greece; a handbook for travellers. 
Italy, a handbook for travellers; northern Italy. 



915.6 — B2 

914.95— B 1 

914.5— B2 



328 

Bliss, W. R. September days on Nantucket. 917-44 — B4 
Butterworth, H. Traveller tales of the Pan-American coun- 
tries. J918 — B1.1 
By land and sea. J910 — B8 
Carpenter, F. G. Europe. J914 — C4 

Travels through Asia with the children. J915 — C 

Travels through North America with the children. J917 — C 

Champney, E. W. Three Vassar girls in Switzerland. j'914.94 — Ci 

Coe, F. E. Our American neighbors. J917 — Ci 

Colquhoun, A. R. Mastery of the Pacific. 919 — C 

Du Chaillu, P. King Mombo. 916.6— Di 

Elson, L. C. European reminiscences, musical and otherwise. 

914 — E2 

Fraser, J. F. Real Siberia. . 915-7 — F 

Hartshorne, A. C. Japan and her people. 2v. 9152 — Ht 

Hemstreet, C. When old New York was young. 917-47 — H 
Higgins, L. Spanish life in town and country, with chapters 

on Portuguese life in town and country. 914.6H4 

Hough, P. M. Dutch life in town and country. 914.92 — Hi 

Johnson, C. New England and its neighbors. 917-4 — J 1 

Kellogg, E. M. C. Australia and the islands of the sea. 3919 — K 

Kennan, G. Siberia and the exile system. 2 v. 915-7 — K.i 

Lloyd, H. D. Newest England. 919-3 — L 

Lowrie, W. Monuments of the early church. 913 — L3 

Mallary, R. D. W. Lenox and the Berkshire Highlands. 917.44 — Mi 
Marwick, W. F., and Smith, W. A. South American republics. 

J918— M 

Muir, J. Our national parks. 917-94 — M.i 

Norman, H. All the Russias. 914-7 — N 

Peoples and politics of the far East. 915 — N 

Northern Europe. J914 — N 
Our country; East. J9I7-3 — O 
Our country; West. J917.8 — O 
Roosevelt, T. Ranch life and the hunting-trail. 917-8 — R5 
Root, F. A., and Connelley, W. E. Overland stage to Califor- 
nia. 917-8 — R4 
Smith, G. A. Historical geography of the Holy Land. 915-6 — S2 
Smith, M. C. Life in Asia. J915 — Si 

Our own country. J9I7-3 — S4 

Stark, J. H. Antique views of ye towne of Boston. Ref. 

Stevenson, R, L. In the south seas. 919-6 — Si 

Thorpe, C. Children's London. J914.2 — T3 

Toward the rising sun. J915 — Ti 
Twombly. A. S. Hawaii and its people. J919— 6.9 — T 

Under sunny skies. 3910 — U 

Wade. M. H. Our little African cousin. J916— W 

Our little Cuban cousin. 3917.291 — W 

Our little Eskimo cousin. 3919.8 — Wi 

Our little Hawaiian cousin. 3919.69 — W 

Our little Porto Rican cousin. 917.295 — W 

Wide World. , j 3*910 — W2 



329 

HISTORY. 

Adams, C. F. Lee at Appomattox and other papers. 9737 — A4 

Arnold, E J. Stories of ancient peoples. J93° — A2 

Bangs, J. K. Uncle Sam, trustee. 972.91 — B 

Barry, W. Papal monarchy from St. Gregory the Great to 

Boniface VIII., 590-1303. 945 — B 

Blok, P. J. History of the people of the Netherlands, v. 3. 049.2— B 
Botsford, G. W. Ancient history for beginners. 930 — Bi 

Caine, H. Little Manx nation. 942.89 — C 

Catherwood, M. H. Heroes of the middle west. 977 — C 

Cornish, F. W. Chivalry. 940.4 — C 

Eastman, C. A. Indian boyhood. 970.1 — Ei 

Edwards, O. M. Wales. (Story of the nations.) 942.9 — E 

Fiske, J. Essays historical and literary. 2 v. 904 — F3 

New France and New England. 973-2 — F1.2 

Fitchett, W. H. Tale of the great mutiny. 954 — F2 

Froissart, Sir J. Boy's Froissart; edited by Sidney Lanier. J940 — F3 
Grinnell, G. B. Story of the Indian. J970.I — Gi 

Guerber, H. A. Story of the Greeks. J938 — Gi 

Story of the Romans. J937 — G3 

Hale, E. E. Memories of a hundred years. 2 v. 973 — H2.1 

Hart, A. B., ed. American history told by contemporaries. 4 v. 

973— H3.2 
Headlam, C. Story of Chartres. 944 — H 

Henderson, E. F. Short history of Germany. 2 v. 943 — H.i 

Ireland, A. China and the powers. 951 — I 

Johonnot. J. Stories of heroic deeds. J973 — J4 

Kidd, B. Principles of Western civilization. 901 — Ki 

Lang, A. History of Scotland, v. 2. 941 — L 

Lossing, B. J. Hours with living men and women of the rev- 
olution. J973-3 — Li. 1 
Massachusetts. General Court. Massachusetts soldiers and 

sailors of the revolutionary war. v. 9. Ref. 

Mathews, C. E. Annals of Mont Blanc. 944-49 — M 

Mathews, S. H. History of New Testament times in Pales- 
tine. 175 B. C.-70 A. D. 933— M2 
Miller, W. Mediaeval Rome. 937 — M4 
Moore, C. Northwest under three flags, 1635-1.796. 977 — M 
Mowry, A. M. First steps in the history of England. J942 — M8 
Mo wry, W. A. and A. M. First steps in the history of our 

country. J973 — M6 

Powell, L. P.. ed. Historic towns of the middle states. 974 — Pi.r 

Historic towns of the southern states. 975 — P 

Historic towns of the western states. 978 — Pi 

Pratt, M. L. America's story for America's children. 5 v. J973 — P3 

Great West. 3978— B 

Richards, L. S. History of Marshfield, Mass. 974-48 — R 

Stead, W. T. Americanization of the world. 901 — S 

Tappan, E. M. England's story. J942 — T 



330 

United States. Navy Department. Official records of the 
union and confederate navies in the war of the rebellion, 
v. 13. Ref. 

Wilson, W. History of the American people. 5 v. 973 — W1.1 



BIOGRAPHY. 

(Collective.) 

Bardsley, C. W. Curiosities of puritan nomenclature. 929 — B 

Brooks, G. Dames and daughters of the young republic. 920 — B16.1 
Caffin, C. H. American masters of painting. 920 — Cio 

Duncan, P. M. Heroes of science; botanists, zoologists, and 

geologists. 920 — Dio 

Farmer, L. H. Girls' book of famous queens. J920 — F4.1 

Ferris, G. T. Great German composers. 920 — F3.1 

Great Italian and French composers. 920 — F3.2 

Great singers. 2 v. 920 — F3.3 

Great violinists and pianists. 920 — F3.4 

Garnett, W. Heroes of science: physicists. 920 — G.6 

Gates, W. F. Anecdotes of great musicians. 920 — G5 

Green, E. E. True stories of girl heroines. J920 — G4 

Habberton, J. Poor boys' chances. j'920 — H15 

Halsey, F. W. American authors and their homes. 920 — H16 

Hamm, M. A. Eminent actors in their homes. 920 — H17 

Hubbard, E. Little journeys to the homes of great musicians. 

920— H4. 5 

Humphrey, Mrs. F. A. Favorite authors for children. J920 — H14 

Leonard, J. W. Who's who in America, 1901, 1902. Ref. 

Lewis, T. C. Heroes of Science; mechanicians. 920 — Lio 
Mahan, A. T. Types of naval officers drawn from the history 

of the British navy. 920 — M14 

Morton, E. J. C. Heroes of science; astronomers. 920 — M15 

Muir, M. M. P. Heroes of science, chemists. 920 — M16 

Pepper, M. S. Maids and matrons of New France. 920 — Pio 

Pope, C. ,H. Pioneers of Massachusetts. 920 — Pn 

Price, L. L. Wandering heroes. J920 — P12 

Rowlands, W. Among the great masters of oratory. 920 — R8 

■ Among the great masters of painting. 920 — R8.1 

Sharp, R. F. Architects of English literature. 920 — S20 

Smith, J. R. Four true stones of life and adventure. J920 — S21 

Strang, L. C. Famous actresses of the day in America, v. 2. 

920— S 18 

(Individual.) 

Aguinaldo. Aguinaldo; a narrative of Filipino ambitions; by 

E. Wildman. B— A2836 

Arnold. Matthew Arnold; by H. W. Paul. (English men of 

letters.) B — A757 



331 

Audubon. In the days of Audubon, with an appendix on the 
formation of Audubon societies; by H. Butterworth. 

jB — A916.1 

Besant, Sir W. Autobiography. B — B554 

Booth. Edwin Booth; by C. T. Copeland. (Beacon biogra- 
phies.) B— B725.1 

Boutwell, G. S. Reminiscences of sixty years in public affairs. 

2 v. B— B7815 

Charles the Great; by T. Hodgkins. B — C474.3 

Correggio. Correggio; his life, his friends, and his time; by 

Corrado Ricci. Ref. 

Correggio; a collection of fifteen pictures and a supposed 

portrait of the painter; by E. M. Hurll. (Riverside art 
series.) B — C3244.1 

Cross. George Eliot; by L. Stephen. (English men of letters.) 

B— C951.2 

Cuyler, T. L. Recollections of a long life. B — C9935 

Douglas. Stephen Arnold Douglas; by W. G. Brown. (River- 
side biographical series.) B — D736 

Dumas. Alexandre Dumas (pere"); his life and his works; by 

A. F. Davidson. B— D886 

Edward I. Edward Plantagenet, the English Justinian. (He- 
roes of the nations.) B — E25 

Field. Eugene Field; a study in heredity and contradictions; 

by S. Thompson. 2 v. B — F4536.1 

Freneau. Philip Freneau, the poet of the revolution; by M. S. 

Austin. B— F8735 

Gibson. William Hamilton Gibson, artist, naturalist, author; 

by J. C. Adams. B — G4515 

Hale. Nathan Hale, the ideal patriot; by W. O. Partridge. B — H1632 

Hamilton. Alexander Hamilton; by C. A. Conant. (Riverside 

biographical series.) jB — H217.2 

Alexander Hamilton; by J. Schouler. (Beacon biog- 
raphies.) B — H217.3 

Haydn. Joseph Haydn: by P. D. Townsend. (Great musi- 
cians.) B — H4155 

Hazlitt. William Hazlitt; by A. Birrell. (English men of 

letters.) B — H4315 

Henry V. Henry V., the typical mediaeval hero; by C. L. 

Kingsford. (Heroes of the nations.) B — H518.1 

Irving. Washington Irving; by H. W. Boynton. (Riverside 

biographical series.) jB — 172.2 

Jefferson. True Thomas Jefferson; by W. E. Curtis. jB — J455-3 

Kingsle}'. Charles Kingsley; his letters, and memories of his 

life; ed. by F. E. G. Kingsley. B — K555 

Landseer. Landseer; a collection of fifteen pictures and a por- 
trait of the painter; by E. M. Hurll. (Riverside art 
series.) B — L2638 



332 

Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln; by J. G. Nicolay and J. Hay. 10 v. 

B— L736.18 

Lincoln in story; by S. G. Pratt. B — L736.17 

Longfellow. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; by G. R. Carpen- 
ter. (Beacon biographies.) B — L853.3 
McKinley. William McKinley; by J. Hay. B— M1588 
Marquette. Father Marquette; by R. G. Thwaites. (Heroes of 

the nations.) ( B — M3575 

Mason, W. Memories of a musical life. B — M4125 

Morris. William Morris, poet, craftsman, socialist; by E. L. 

Carey. B— M8778 

Morse. Samuel F. B. Morse; by J. Trowbridge. (Beacon bi- 
ographies.) B— M8865.1 
Philip. King Philip; by J. Abbott. (Makers of history.) jB — P549.1 
Plato. Plato; by G. B. Ritchie. (World's epoch makers.) B— P718 
Rhodes. Cecil Rhodes: a study of a career; by H. Hensman. 

B—R4762 
Rubens. Rubens; his life, his work, and his time; by E. Michel. 

2 v. Ref. 

Ruskin. John Ruskin; by F. Harrison. (English men of 

letters.) B— R956.3 

Smith. Adventures of Captain John Smith; bv E. P. Roberts. 

jB— S651.2 
Stanton. Eighty years and more; reminiscences of Elizabeth 

Cady Stanton. 1815-1897. B— S7925 

Sunderland. Sacharissa; some account of Dorothy Sidney, 

Countess of Sunderland. 1617-1684; by J. C. Ady. B — S958 

Thoreau. Personality of Thoreau; by F. B. Sanborn. B — T488.2 

Thoreau, the poet-naturalist; ed. by F. B. Sanborn. B — T488.3 

Van Dyck. Anthony Van Dyck; by P. R. Head. B — V2475 

Vinci, L. da. Leonardo da Vinci; artist, thinker, and man of 

science; by E. Muntz. 2 v. Ref. 

Vischer. Peter Vischer; by C. Headlam. (Handbooks of the 

great craftsmen.) B — V8235 

Webster. Daniel Webster; by J. B. McMaster. B— W378.6 

Wolcott. Roger Wolcott; by W. Lawrence. B— W8515.1 

Wolcott. Public services in memory of Roger Wolcott, in 

Symphony Hall Boston, April 18, 1901. B— W8515 



FICTION. 



Adams, M. (pseud.) Confessions of a wife. A215 

Aldrich, T. B. Queen of Sheba. A365.6 

Sea turn and other matters. A365.5 

Atherton, G. F. Conqueror; true and romantic story of 

Alexander Hamilton. A868.1 

Bagot, R. Casting of nets. B1485 



333 

Baldwin, T. Fifty famous stories retold. JB1815 

Bangs, J. K. Mr. Munchausen. B216.12 

Olympian nights. B216.13 

Banks, N. H. Oldfield. B2183 

Barbour, R. H. Behind the line. JB2395.3 

Captain of the crew. JB2395.2 

Barlow, J. At the back of beyond; stories of Irish life. B258.4 

Barr, A. E. Song of a single note. B268.30 

Barr. R. Prince of good fellows. B2685.9 

Barrie, J. M. Little white bird. B275.10 

Benson, B. K. Bayard's courier. B4742.2 

Besant, Sir W. No other way. B554.28 

Blanchard, A. E. Heroine of 1812. B639.17 

Loyal Lass. B639.18 

Blundell, Mrs. M. E. S. (M. E. Francis.) Manor farm. B6585.3 
Brady, C. T. Hohenzollern; a story of the time of Frederick 

Barbarossa. B8125.6 

In the "Wasp's" nest. JB8125.8 

-Woven with the ship. B8125.7 

Brooks, A. Dorothy Dainty. 3B8725.2 

Brooks, D. Stories of the red children. JB8728 

Brooks, E. S. Boy of the first empire. JB873.14 

Under the allied flags. JB873.13 

Brooks, N. Boy emigrants. JB8735.4 

Boys of Fairport. JB8735.5 

Bullen, F. T. Deep-sea plunderings. B9363.1 

Cable, G. W. Bylow Hill. C116.9 

Carey, R. N. Highway of Fate. C275.25 

Catherwood, M. H. Craque o' Doom. C363.11 

Chambers, R. W. Maid-at-arms. C446.5 

Charles, F. In the country God forgot. C4753 

Cholmondeley, M. Mcth and rust. C547.2 

Church, A. J. Stories of Charlemagne. C561.7 

Clark, I. Will Shakespeare'? little lad. C5933 

Clarke, R. (Sophie May.) Lucy in fairyland. C599.37 
Clemens, S. (Mark Twain.) Double barrelled detective story. C625.7 
Cody, S., ed. Selections from the world's greatest short stories. C6718 

Coleridge, G. and M. Jan Van Elselo. C693 

Comstock, H. Tower or throne. C7395 

Connor, R. (pseud.) Glengarry school days. C7528.3 

Cotes, S. J. D. Those delightful Americans. C843.7 

Couch, A. T. Q. Westcotes. C853.4 

Craik, D. M. (Mulock.~) Little lame prince. JC887.24 

Crawford, F. M. Cecilia. C899-32 

Crockett, S. R. Banner of blue. C938.24 

■ Dark o' the moon. C938.23 

Crowley, M. C. Heroine of the strait. C9525.1 

Daskam, J. D. Madness of Philip and other stories. D2295.2 

Davis, R. H. Captain Macklin. D263S.10 

In the fog. D2635.8 

Ranson's folly. D2635.9 

Davis. W. S. Belshazzar. D265.2 



334 

''God wills it." , D265.1 

Devereux. M. Lafitte of Louisiana. D4915.2 
Dickens, C. Ten boys from Dickens; edited by K. D. Sweetser. 

jD 548.20 

Ten girls from Dickens; edited by K. D. Sweetser. • JD548.21 

Dixon, T. Jr. Leopard's spots. D6217 

Doubleday, R. Year in a yawl. JD7276.1 

Douglas, A. Little girl in old Detroit. JD733.41 

Doyle, A. C. Hound of the Baskervilles. D754.22 

Eggleston, E. Stories of great Americans. JE293.10 

Eggleston, G. C. Dorothy South. E295.6 

Elliott, S. B. Making of Jane. E467.3 

Ensign, H. L. Lady Lee and other animal stories. JE596 

Erckmann, E., and Chatrian, A. Conscript. E655.7 

Foster, M. G. Heart of the doctor. E756 

Fowler, E. T. Fuel of fire. F785.4 

French, A. Colonials. F8735.1 

Sir Marrok. JF8735.2 

Garden of a commuter's wife. G2185 

Garland, H. Boy life on the prairie. JG233.6 

Captain of the Gray-horse troop. G233.5 

Gates, E. Biography of a prairie girl. JG2593 

Gibbons, W. F. Those black diamond men. G4418 

Glasgow. E. Battleground. G5485.2 

Glovatski, A, Pharaoh and the priest. C5667 

Godfrey, E. Winding road. G5835 

Gordon, H. R. Logan the Mingo. G6632.3 

Greene, S. P. M. Winslow Plain. G812.8 

Grirfis, W. E. In the Mikado's service. JG8525.1 
Grundtvig, S., and others. Danish fairy and folk tales; tr. bv 

J. C. Bay. G8897.1 

Haley, M. M. Dornneld summer. JH1685 

Famerton, P. G. Wenderholme. H2153.1 

Hamlin, M. S. Catharine's proxy. JH223.4 

Harris, J. C. Making of a statesman and other stories. H314.12 

Gabriel Tolliver. H314.13 

Harrison, E. In story-land. JH3188 

Harte F. B. Mrs. Skaggs' husbands and other sketches. H327.25 

Openings in the old trail. H327.24 

Hawkins, A. H. God in the car. H393.14 

Intrusions of Peggy. H393.15 

Hector, A. F. Stronger than love. H451.26 

Hegan, A. C. Mrs. Wiggs of the cabbage patch. H462 

Henty, G. A. Treasures of the Incas. j H527.71 

With Kitchener in the Soudan. JH527.72 

With the British legion. JH527.73 

Holder, C. F. Adventures of Torqua. JH7273 

Hornung, E. W. At large. H8167.4 

Shadow of the rope. H8167.5 

Howells, W. D. Kentons. H859.28 

Traveler from Altruria. H859.29 

Humphrey, F. A. Little pilgrims at Plymouth. JH9265 



335 

Humphrey, F. A., and others. When I was a little girl. JHQ265.1 

Huneker, J. Melomaniacs. H9346 
Hutten, Bettina.. baroness von. Our lady of the beeches. H9825.1 

Jackson, H. M. F. H. Nelly's silver mine. JJ128.6 

Jacobs, J., ed. Celtic fairy tales. j J 174 

English fairy tales. JJi74-i 

Indian fairy tales. JJ174.2 

Jacobs, W. H. At Sunwich port. J 178 

Lady of the barge. J178.1 

James, H. Wings of the dove. 2 v. J275.17 

Jerome, J. K. Paul Kelver. J56.6 

Johnson, M. Audrey. J73-2 

Kaler, J. O. Larry Hudson's ambition. JK14.30 

With Porter in the Essex. JK14.29 

King ; C. Iron brigade. K52.26 

Kipling, R. Just so stories. JK57.13 

Kirk, E. O. Remedy for love. K59.15 

La Flesche, F. Middle five. JL1646 

Lang, A., ed. Book of romance. JL269.12 

LaRame, L. de (Ouida.) Under two flags. L3185 

Laurie, A. Schoolboy days in France. JL385.1 

Schoolboy days in Italy. JL385.2 

Schoolboy days in Japan. JL385.3 

Lee, J. Son of a fiddler. L4785.1 

Lee, M. C. Lois Mallet's dangerous gift. JL479.3 

Liljencrantz, O. A. Thrall of Leif the Lucky. L7285 
Lothrop, H. M. S. (M. Sidney.) Five Little Peppers abroad. 

JL8825.12 

McCarthy, J. H. If I were king. M1231 

McCutcheon, G. B. Castle Craneycrow. M1335.1 

Mackay. M. (M. Corelli.) Temporal power. M153.10 

McLaws, L. When the land was young. M1615 

Major, C. Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall. M234.2 

Marshall, B. Old Blackfriars. M3656 

Martin, G. M. Emmy Lou; her book and heart. M381 

Maud, C. W. Wagner's heroines. M4473.1 

Merwin, S., and Webster, H. K. Calumet "K." M5763.2 

Mitford, M. R. Country stories. M6835 

Our village. M6835.1 

Morris, H. Grandma's girls. JM8763 

Munn, C. C. Rockhaven. M9665.2 

Munroe, K. Son of Satsuma. JM968.22 

Nason, F. L. To the end of the trail. N2635 

Overton. G. Heritage of unrest. O966 

Page, T. N. Among the camps. iPi33S-9 

Captured Santa Claus. JP1335.10 

Parker, G. Donovan Pasha. P239.14 

March of the White Guard. P239.13 

Pattee, F. L. Mary Garvin. P3 T 55 

Peary, J. D. Snow baby. JP3627 

Ralph, J. Millionairess. R1635.4 

Ray, A. C. Nathalie's chum. • ; JR263.6 



336 



Reed, H. L. Brenda's cousin at Radcliffe. D3243 

Richards, L. E. Mrs. Tree. R516.22 

Rives, H. E. Hearts courageous. R6235 

Robbins, S. S. Miss Ashton's new pupil. JR636 

Roberts, C. G. D. Barabara Ladd. R644-5 

Kindredof the wild. R644.4 

Robertson, K. Opponents. R6495.2 

Robins, ts. Chasing an iron horse. JR6568 

Robinson, E. Loyal little maid. JR6592.3 

Roche, R. M. Children of the Abbey. 2 v. R6735 

Rohlfs, A. K. G. One of my sons. R738.9 

Rowe, H. G. Maid of Bar Harbor. R8785 

Russell, W. Sea children. JR967S 

Russell W. C. Mate of the good ship York. R968.8 

Sage, W. Claybornes. S1295.1 

Sangster, M, Janet Ward. S2265 

Saunders, M. Beautiful Joe's paradise. JS257.3 

Saunders, R. D. John Kenadie. S2577 

Scott, H. S. (H. S. Merriman.) Velvet glove. S427.13 

Vultures. . S427.14. 

Sears, H. None but the brave. S43y6 

Sheldon, C. M. Born to serve. S544.4 

Slosson, A. T. Aunt Abby's neighbors. S634.4 

Smith, F. H. Fortunes of Oliver Horn. S647.6 

Smith, I,. T. (Meade.) Bunch of cherries. JS6543.10 

Smith, W. H. Evolution of Dodd; a pedagogical story. S664 

Stevens, Mrs. S. S. In the eagle's talon. S846.2 

Stockton, F. R. Kate Bonnet. S866.28 

Stoddard, W. O. Errand boy of Andrew Jackson. 3S869.20 

Voyage of the Charlemagne. JS869.21 

Stories by English authors. 10 v. S8849 

Stratemeyer, E. Lost on the Orinoco. JS898.17 

Stuart, R. M. Napoleon Jackson. S9325.6 

Sullivan, T. R. Courage of conviction. S9593.1 

Taggart, M. A. Miss Lochinvar. JT1255 

Wyndham girls. T1255.1 

Tappan. E. M. In the days of Queen Elizabeth. JT1745.2 

Tarkington, B. Two Vanrevels. T1878.2 

Taylor, B. Boys of other countries. JT239.5 

Thackeray, W. M. Rose, and the ring. JT363.13 

Thompson, A. E. Betty Seldon. T4675.1 

Thruston, L. M. Girl of Virginia. T5315.1 

Jack and his island. 1^315.2 

Tilton, D. (pseud.) Miss Petticoats. ' T5815 

Tomlinson, E. T. Cruising on the St. Lawrence. T659.24 

Elder Boise. T659.21 

In the camp of Cornwallis. JT659.23 

Old Fort Schuyler. JT659.20 

Under colonial colors. JT659.22 

Townsend. E. W. Chimmie Fadden and Mr. Paul. T7475.5 

True, J. P. On guard. T8665.2 

Van Dyke, H. Blue flower. V248.2 



337 

Viele, H. K. Myra of the pines. V6596 

Wahlenberg, A. Swedish fairy tales. JW1375 

Ward, E. S. (Phelps.) Avery. W257.25 

Watanna, O. Wooing of Wistaria. W3245 

Webster, H. K. Roger Drake. W3795.1 

Wells, C. Patty Fairfield. JW453.1 

Wesselhoeft, L. F. Foxy the faithful. JW515.Q 

Weyman, S. J. In kings' byways. W549.15 

Wharton, E. Valley of decision. 2 v. W5535.3 

White, E. O. John Forsyth's aunts. W583.7 

White, S. E. Blazed trail. W5883 

Whitehouse, F. B. God of things. W5933 

Wilson, H. L Spenders. W7485 
Wiltse, S. E. Stories for kindergartens and primary schools. 

JW7565.1 

Wister. O. Virginian. W817.2 

Wright, M. O. Dogtown. JW952.2 



SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



BOARD OF SEWER COMMISSIONERS 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1903 
V 




BOSTON 
PHIL. W. CARROLL 

530 Atlantic Ave. 
1903 



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 beg to submit 
the following report of the work done by this department 
for the year ending January 31, 1903. 

The organization of the department remains the same 
as at the time of the last annual report, as shown on the 
preceding page. 

Under the supervision of your board there has been ex- 
pended for the year ending January 31, 1903, $28,611.93, 
as per vouchers on file and exhibited in Table No. 1, an- 
nexed to this report. The outstanding liabilities amount 
to $117.05. There is due from Board of Health for pipe 
sold them $69.50. 

Sewer assessments have been computed and bills 
amounting to $9,830 have been duly rendered when each 
assessable sewer was completed. The value of stock on 
hand is $1,951, as shown in Table No. 2, annexed to this 
report. 

Your board reports in its seventh annual report the con- 
struction of 6,802 feet of sewers. The details of that con- 
struction are exhibited in the following table : 

SEWERS CONSTRUCTED in 1902. 



Size « fc > u fa 

3 <!« 



9 Hyde Park av. Milton st. Trotting Park J* \" ' [ 1,435 JI - 

9 Wolcott court Milton st. Wolcott st. 8 " 467 10.5 

9 Wolcott St. Wolcott court Sta. 4+03 8 " 403 6.3 

9 Stanley st. Hyde Park av. Prescott st. 8 " 243 9.5 

9 Prescott at. Stanley st. Summit north 8 " 300 8.5 



342 



10 


Bridge st. 




Easton av. 


15 in. 


82 12.0 


ro 


Easton av. 


Bridge st. 


End 


15 " 


704 13. 


13 


East River st. 


Reddy ave. 


Tileston st. 


8 :: 1 

12 " J 


1,804 10. 


13 


Woodland rd. 


Tileston st. 


Sta. 3+75 


8 " 


375 7-5 


13 


Wood av. 


River st. 


Sta. 4+51 


10 " 


451 11. 


4 


Warren av. 


Intercepting 
sewer 


Neponset Rive 


r 8 " 


77 6. 


4 


Water st. ct. 


Water st. 


End 


6 " 


250 10. 


8 


Grant st. 


Hyde Park av. 


Sta. 2+ 11 


8 " 


211 10. 




6,802 feet. 










Equals 


1.29 miles 








Previously reported 


^5-94 " 



Total length of Sewers constructed to Date 17.23 " 

Sewer contracts with the H. A. Hanscom Company, 
uncompleted at the time of the last annual report, were 
continued during the first half of 1902 and completed in 
August. The most important of this work was the exten- 
sion of the sewer in Hyde Park avenue to the Trotting 
Park in Readville, and the sewer in East River street, from 
Reddy avenue to the new Trescott school. The sewers 
above listed were all built on petition, after due consid- 
eration by your board. In every instance house connec- 
tions have been made immediately upon completion of the 
sewer. Repairs to the street surface on Hyde Park ave- 
nue, Readville, were made jointly by the sewer contractor 
and the selectmen thereby making a good street at a 
saving in cost to the town. 

Claims growing out of the drainage of six wells on 
Easton avenue, and five in the Readville district, were 
made to this board, and after full investigation were set- 
tled by furnishing water connections and paying water 
rates for the balance of the year. Releases to protect the 
town were obtained in each case. 

Contracts for sewer pipes and fittings were placed with 
W. PL Harlow, with the same advantageous arrangements 



343 

as heretofore. Contracts for short sewer extensions have 
been awarded to Patrick Rooney, the local contractor, at 
satisfactory prices. 

The whole sewer system has been flushed but once this 
3'ear, owing to the pressure of other work. Examination 
confirms previous opinion that flushing should be done at 
least twice a year. 

At the request of this department, a 12-inch branch has 
been set in the High Level Sewer, for the future use of 
the town, at the foot of Monponset street. 

The claims of the town against the American Surety 
Company, who were sureties on the bond of the Boston 
Construction Company, have been settled for $600, a sum 
slightly less than the full amount of the claim. 

There is a stoppage in the sub-drain in Highland street, 
near the first manhole above Warren avenue, caused ap- 
parently by elm roots entering through the joints of the 
pipe. All of the flow in the sub-drain above this point now 
overflows into the sewer. At some seasons of the year this 
flow is considerable. 

Work has been resumed on the sewer assessment record 
plans and profiles required by law. These records are 
complete for the central portion of the town and the Fair- 
mount district. It is expected that all will be completed 
the coming year. They are frequently consulted for a va- 
riety of purposes, and have already demonstrated their 
practical value. 

Petitions for more sewers in the Readville district have 
been received, but action thereon is deferred for the pres- 
ent. 

Tabular statements are submitted herewith, showing 
the value of stock on hand, also the cost of construction, 
as per contracts for labor and materials. 



344 
HOUSE CONNECTIONS. 

Ninety-four house connections, aggregating 4,505 feet 
in length, have been made the past year. The total num- 
ber to date is 610; total length 30,327 feet, or 5 3-4 miles. 
The estimated number of persons using the sewers is 
5,250. All work has been kept under the supervision of 
the board, as heretofore, the average cost per foot being 
a little under sixty cents. No stoppage in connections 
have been reported during the year. 

The following industrial plants, public buildings and 
railroad stations are included in the connections made to 
date: 

Becker-Brainard M. M. Co. Methodist Church. 

Boston Blower Works. Y. M. C. A. 

American Brass Foundry. Public Library. 

John T. Robinson Co. Savings Bank. 

Gould Wire Cord Co. Neponset Block. 

B. F. Sturtevant Co. Everett Block. 

Readville Railroad Shops. Cotters Block. 

George W. Stafford Co. French's Block (2) 

American Tool and Machine Co. Masonic Block. 

Hyde Park R. R. Station. Waverly Block. 

Readville R. R. Station. Plummer Block (2) 

Fairmount R. R. Station. Town Offices. 

Schools : New High, Grew, Amos Fairmount House. 

Webster, Weld, Trescott, and Readville Hotel. 

Hemenway. Everett House. 
Episcopal Church. 

The factories discharge only domestic sewage. No pro- 
vision having been made for manufacturing wastes, these 
are still discharged into Mother Brook, or the Neponset 
River. 

The Curled Hair Works have under consideration a 
plan for discharging into the local sewers about 20,000 
gallons daily of manufacturing wastes, through a screen 
and settling basin, specially designed for these works. Per- 
mission was asked and obtained from the Metropolitan 



345 

Sewerage Works for this connection. In view of the con- 
tinual efforts being made to reduce the pollution of the 
Neponset River, it is probable that the towns thereon, or 
the state, in co-operation with the owners, will sometime 
have to devise means for disposing of the wastes of the 
various manufacturing plants along the river. The pres- 
ent condition of the river is decidedly unsightly, and prob- 
ably a menace to health. By means of sewers already con- 
structed in this town in streets near the river, a remedy is 
at hand for a partial purification in our own limits. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DAVID PERKINS, 
WM. U. FAIRBAIRN, 
CHARLES HALEY, 

Board of Sewer Commissioners of the town of Hyde Park. 
January 31, 1903. 



346 

TABLE JSSO. 1. 

LIST OF BILLS AND AMOUNTS PAID. 

1902. Vouch. 
Feb. No. 

5. 809. W. F. Dodge, for care of room 1 mo. 
11. 810. C.J.Jackson, services as inspector of sewers 7 
days at $3.50, 
Mar. 

4. j 811. W. H. Harlow, for pipe. 

Feb. 1, 1902, 50 ft. 4-in pipe at 20 

cts., 60 per cent., $4.00 

Feb. 3, 1902, 51 ft. 5-in. pipe at 10 

cts. 5.10 

Feb. 'i, 1902, 100 ft. 4-in pipe at20 

cts., 60 per cent., 8.00 

Feb. 6, 1902, 200 ft. 6-in pipe at 30 
cts., 60.00 

2 ft. 6-in. %b'ds, 2.20 



62.20 
Dis. 61 per cent. 37.94 



Feb. 13, 1902, 100 ft. 4-in. pipe at 

20 cts., 60 per cent., 
Feb. 13, 1902, 18 ft. 5-in. pipe at 10 

Feb. 14, 1902, 50 ft. 4-in. pipe at 8 
cts,, 

Teaming manhole covers and frames, 

Dedham and Hyde Park Gas & E. L. 
Co., 

Mar. 1, piping for gas heater (office) 
One No. 700 heater " 

5 ft. tubing " 



For gas consumed 

" 1.87 less 10 per 

cent.. 



24.26 
8.00 
1.80 
4.00 



1.02 
1.68 



4. 813. 

4. 814. 
4. 815. 



4. 816. 
4. 817. 



4. 818. 



4. 819. 

April 

1. 820. 



L. B. Darling. 

For services as inspector of sewers, 3 days in Feb. 
at $2.50 

H. A. Hanscom Co. 

Amt. paid on contract A., Sec. 9 and 10, 

A. D. Nickerson, services as engi- 
neer, 1 mo. Feb. 
Paid for car fares, 
" typewriting, 

R. M.Johnson, care of house connections, 1 mo., 
W. W. Baker, services as inspector of sewers, 13 

days in Feb. at $2.50 

Balance due in Jan. at $2.50 

R. M.Johnson, services as clerk, lm. 
Paid Corson Ex. Co., for carting, 
" Adams " exp. charges on cards, 
" W. F. Dodge, care of room, 1 mo., 
" A. Fisher, for daily paper, 4 mos. 
" H. C. Dimond & Co., for repairing stamp, 

J. Cavanagh & Co., paid on contract Sec. 8, New 
Damon St., 

N. F. Frazier, for repairing sink for Mrs. Mc- 

Donough, 
N. F. Frazier, amt. paid for repairing Eng. instru- 
ment, 



55.16 
1.05 



1.63 

2.00 
.24 

3.87 



2.70 



150.00 
2.35 
1.65 



32.50 

5.77 

50.00 
1.50 
.25 
5.00 
2.00 
1.00 



2.00 
2.00 



$5.00 
24.50 



56.21 



6.57 

7.50 
1,689.84 



154.00 
10.00 



38.27 



59.75 

349.84 



4.00 



347 
1902. Vouch. 
April No. 

1. 821. W. E. Smalling, for stove, for office, $8.00 

Cr. bv old stove, 3.00 



Stove pipe, .50 

Labor setting up, 2 men 2 hours, 1.40 



5.00 
1.90 



$6.90 
1. 822. United Type Writer & Supplies Co., for repairing 

No. 4 Caligraph Typewriter, 11.80 

1. 823. R. M.Johnson, amt. paid W. F. Dodge for care of 

room, 5.00 

Amt. paid Corson Ex. Co., for carting pipe, 5.00 
Frt. paid on same, .15 

5.15 

" A. D, Morss, 100 lbs. ship spikes at 2.90 2.90 

Services as clerk of board, 1 mo. 50.00 



63.05 

1. 824. R. M.Johnson, care of house connections, 1 mo., 10.00 

1. 825. W. H. Harlow, for pipe Mar. 12, 50 ft. 4-in. at 

8 cts. net, 4.00 

20 ft. 5-in. at 10 cts. net, 2.00 

50 " 6-in. " 30 cts., less 61 per cent., 5.85 

Mar. 14, 50 ft. 4-in. at 8 cts. net, 4.00 

" 22, " " 4.00 

" 25, 1 5x5 T, .45 

" 26, 50 ft. 4-in. at 8 cts. net, 4.00 

30 ft. 5-in. at 10 cents, net, 3.00 

690 ft. 8-in. pipe 3 ft. length at 50 cts., 345.00 

90 ft. 15-in. " " $1.35 cts., 121.50 



466.50 
59 per cent, 275.23 



191.27 

16 15x5 T's at $6.10, 61 per cent, 38.06 

Mar. 27, 4 15x6 T's at $6.10, 61 per cent, 9.52 

" 31, 50 ft. 4-in. pipe at 8 cents, net, 4.00 



1. 826. A. D. Nickerson, services as engineer 1 mo. 150.00 

Paid for car fares, 1.95 
" sundry supplies, hammer, oakum and 

towel supply, 6.35 



831. Frost & Adams Co., for 1£ doz. lead pencils, 1.08 
Eyelets, chalk, and steel tape, 2.12 

832. A. D. Nickerson, salary 1 mo., 150.00 

Sundry supplies, .10 

Car fares, 2.50 



270.15 



158.30 



1. 827. Lawrence B. Darling, for services 24 days in 

March at $2.50, 60.00 

1. 828. W. W. Baker, for services as inspector, 6 days in 

Match at $2.50, 15.00 

1. 829. H. A. Hanscom Co., amt. paid on contract " A," 942.68 

May 

6. 830. F. W. Gleason & Co., for expenses of introducing 

town water into house of J. Duggan, No. 11 

Easton Ave. (the owner claiming the weli on the 

premises was drained by laying sewer in the 

street), 

Paid for pipe and fittings, 6.77 

Labor 7% hours at 45 cents, 3.38 

Soil pipe 5ft. 5-in., 2.75 



12.90 
3.20 

152.60 



833. W. W. Baker, services as inspector, 25 days at 

$2.50, 62.50 

834. S. R. Moseley, Dec. 7, 1901, advertising pipe for 

Feb! 19, 1902, 100 price lists for house con- 
nections, 2.25 

April 1, 1902, letterheads for typewriter. 4.50 

" 16, " 1000 Gov. 2 ct. envelopes printed, 23.00 

30.25 



348 
1902. Vouch. 
May No. 
6. 835. W. H. Harlow, April 1, 1902, 50 ft. 4-in. pipe 

at 8 cents, $4.00 

April 4, carting 1 manhole cover and frame, .35 

50 ft. 4-in. pipe at 8 cents. 4.00 

April 5, 20 ft. 5-in. pipe at 10 cents, 2.00 

" 8, 828 " 8-in. " 3 ft. at 50 cents, 59 per 

cent, 169.74 

April 14, 2 ft. 6-in pipe at 12 cents, .24 

1 5x5 T .45 

April 15, 165ft.15-in.pipe 3 ft. at 

$1.35, 222.75 
183 ft. 8-in. pipe 3 ft. at 50 cents, 91.50 

314.25 
59 per cent, 185. 41 

128.84 

April 15, 15 15x5 Ts at $6.10, 61 per cent, 35.69 

504 ft. 12-in. pipe 3 ft. at $1.00 59 " 206.64 

April 18, 50 ft. 3-in. pipe at 6§ cts., 3.20 

" 21, 80 " " " 5.12 

Apr. 22, 50 ft., 3 in. pipe at .16, 8.00 

100 " 6 " at .30, 30.00 

4 6x5 Ts, 1.35, 5.40 

43.40 
60 per cent, 26.04 



404.85 



Material used: 1440 ft. 12x12 hard pine P. W; 

at 15.35, 22.10 
288 ft. 8x12 hard pine at 

$15.35, 4.42 
160 ft. 10x12 hard pine at 

$15.35, 2.46 
106 ft. 6x16 hard pine at 

$15.35, 1.63 

250 shingles 3.575 .89 

20 lbs. ixlO ship spikes 3.025 .60 

8119 ft. 10x16 H. P. 25.30 205.41 

13,547 ft. 10x16 H. P. 25.30 342.74 

985.10 
Cr. by lumber returned, 21,547 ft. lOx 16 H. P. 

atl6.86f 363.43 

621.67 



$605.36 



17.36 
April 24, 36 ft. 3 in. pipe 6| cts., 2.30 

" 25, 100 ft. 6 " 12 cts., 12.00 

*' 2 6x5 Ts at $1.35, 60 per cent, 1.08 

" 26, carting manhole cover and frame, .35 

" 28, 100 ft. 6 in. pipe 12 cts., 12.00 

6. 836. P. Rooney, assignee, for extra excavation in E. 

River st. and Huntington Ave., not allowed 

in previous estimates : — 

Earth excavation (0-8) 95 cub. yds. at 50 cts., 47.50 

" " (8-14) 60 " at 75 cts. 45.00 

Rock " (0-8)10 " at 4.00, 40.00 

" (8-14) 20 " at 5.00, 100.00 

232.50 

6. 837. R. M. Johnson, care of house connections 1 mo., 10.00 

6. 838. N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. Co., Dec. 13 1901, for 
surfacing and tamping tracks at Hyde Park on 
acct. passage of sewer, week endine Nov. 8, 
1901, 6.75 

Jan. 2, 1902, for labor protecting tracks while 
sewer was laid at Damon St., during Dec, 
1901, 24.50 

April 25, for labor performed moving timbers 

from tracks at Damon St. where sewer crosses, 158.05 
April 28, for labor performed in connection with 
sewer at Damon St. as per agreement Oct. 23, 
1901, 215.55 



349 
1902. Vouch. 
May No. 

Superintendence, 

6. 838. Dec. 13, 1901, for supervision &c, .67 

Jan. 2,1902, " " " 2.45 

Apr. 25, " " " " 18.17 

" 28, " " " " 38.55 



$59.84 



6. 845. Jennie F. Hurter, for am'tpaid on acc't land taken 
July 15, 1897, for an intercepting sewer. Ver- 
dict rendered June 2, 1900, 2227.65 
Int. to April 20, 1902, 251.72 
Costs, 29.13 



6. 846. Maria A. Eustis Est., for am't paid on acc't land 
taken for an intercepting sewer, July 15, 1897. 
Verdict rendered June 2, 1900, 468.66 

Int. to April 20, 1902, 52.96 

Costs, 32.76 

6. 847. Eliza Washburn, for am't paid on acc't land taken 
for intercepting sewer, July 15,1897. Verdict 
rendered June 2,1900, 1768.35 

Int. to April 20, 1902, 199.82 

Costs, 87.33 



$681.51 



8. 839. H. A. Hanscom Co., May 1st, amount paid on ac- 
count Contract* 'A," 978.34 
6. 840. P. Rooney, am't paid on final estimate of Sec. 4, 
Warren Ave., between intercepting sewer and 

river, 71.30 

6. 841. R. M.Johnson, services as Clerk of Board, 1 mo., 50.00 

Paid for car fares, .40 

" " stationery, .50 

" " postage stamps, 1.00 

" Gas Co. for gas, .17 

" W. F. Dodge for care of room, 5.00 

" Corson Ex. Co. for teaming, 1.25 



58.32 



8. 842. Story, Thorndyke, Palmer & Thayer, Sept., 1901, 

for interview with Mr. Bunton as to issue of 

sewer bonds, 

Nov. 20, time in regard to issue of $25,000 

sewer bonds, 

Nov. 22, time about same and letter, 15.00 

10. 843. Corson Ex. Co., Apr. 23, for teaming load of plank 

and 60 pes. 24-in. pipe from Damon St., 15.00 

6. 844. Mary M. Bursch, for am't paid for land taken July 

15, 1897, for an intercepting sewer. Verdict 

rendered June 2, 1900, 

Am't of verdict, 498.80 

Int. to April 20, 1902, 55.30 

Costs, 31.63 



585.73 



2508.50 



554.38 



2055.50 



6. 849. Elizabeth S. Coleman, for am't paid for land taken 
for intercepting sewer. Verdict rendered June 

2, 1900, 400.00 

14. 848. John Cavanagh & Co., for am't reserve on contract 

Sec. 8, New Damon St., 1434.22 

Also for extras, same contract, 

Wedges for tunnel timbering, 34.00 

3000 ft. lumber built in tunnel, 195.00 

Allowance for extra pumping, 500.00 

729.00 

June 2163.22 

3. 850. Frost & Adams Co., May 5, for 4 blue & 5 black 

prints, 3.25 

3. 851. New Eng. Tel. and Tel. Co., May 26, for telephone 
service, 

Tolls in Jan., 1902,— .30, Feb. 1902,— .40, .70 

Service including rental of Tel. 3 mos. ending 
June 30, 22.75 

Dis., 7.58 

15.17 



350 



1902. Vouch. 
June No. 

3. 851. Tolls, March, 1902, 



Allowance for unmeasured service connec. 



3. 852. 



W. E. Smalling, May 17, for piping houses Nos. 
29, 34, 36 & 37 Easton Av., 
3. 853. R. M. Johnson, care of house connections, 1 mo. 
3. 854. W. W. Baker, Inspector of sewers, 26 days, at 

$2.50 
3. 855. R. M.Johnson, services as clerk of the board, 1 mo. 
Paid for postage stamps, 
" W. F. Dodge for care of room, 1 mo., 
" A. Fisher, for daily paper, 3 mo., 

3. 856. W.H.Harlow, May 2, 51ft. 5-in. pipe, at 10c, 
May 3, 50 ft. 5-in. pipe, at 10c, 
Carting 4 manhole covers & frames at 35c, 
May 8, 28 ft., 6-in. pipe, at 12c, 

" " 2 6x5 T's, 

" " 1 5x5 " 
Carting 1 manhole cover and frame, 
May 13, 100 ft. 4-in. pipe, at 8c, 

" 20, Carting one manhole cover & frame, 

" 22, 1 8x6 Y, 

" 23, 30 hrs labor, as per A. D. N's time, 

" " 267 ft. 12-in. pipe, 3 ft., 267.00 

59 per cent., 157.53 



" 24, Carting manhole covers and frames, 



Cr. by pipe returned, 

3. 857. A. D. Nickerson, services as engineer, 1 mo., 
Paid for car fares, 

3. 858. Hyde Park Water Co., for water service and water 
rates to April 1, 1903, in accordance with 
agreements with property owners, 

H. A. Hanscom Co., am't paid on contract "A" 
Sec. 9, 

H. A. Hanscom Co., am't paid on contract "B" 
Sec. 13, 

Patrick Rooney, amt., paid in full for sewer in 
Water Street Court, 

H. A. Hanscom Co., amt. paid on reserve contract 
" A " Sections 9 and 10, 

Metropolitan Water & Sewer Board, May 20, for 
50 manhole steps at 20 cents, 

F. W. GJeason & Co., June 11, '02, for labor and 
material putting in water service for 3 houses in 
McDonough Court and for two sinks in house of 
John Kennedy No. 23 Easton Ave. 

1. 865. W. H. Harlow, June 3, '98, 5-in. stoppers at 3J 
cents, 

20 ft. 6-in. pipe 12 cts., 
1 12-in. slant 2 ft., 
June 6, 100 ft. 4-in pipe 8 cts., 
" 7, 1 4-in. bend, 
*• 9, 50 ft. 4-in. pipe 8 cts. 

755 ft. 3 ft. 8-in. pipe 50-59 per cent, 
June 11, 50 ft. 4-in. 8 cts., 
" 16, carting 2 manhole covers and frames, 
" 20, carting 2 manhole covers and frames, 
" 23, carting 1 manhole cover and frame 
" 25, 24 ft. 12-in. pipe at 40 cts. 

Carting 1 manhole cover and frame, 



3. 


859 


3. 


860 


3. 


861 


26. 


862 


July 
1. 


863 


1. 


864 



$ .20 

16.07 
10.00 
$6.07 

26.80 
10.00 



50.00 
4.00 
5.00 
1.50 



5.10 

5.00 

1.40 

3.36 

1.08 

.45 

.35 

8.00 

.35 

.90 

6.00 



109.47 
.70 



142.16 
.64 



150.00 
3.15 



3.27 

2.40 

2.40 

8.00 

.26 

4.00 

150.67 

4.00 

.70 

.70 

.35 

9.60 

.35 



65.00 



60.50 



141.52 

153.15 

83.22 

891.46 

721.89 

301.20 

2500.00 

10.00 
43.00 



186.70 



351 

1902. Vouch. 
July No. 

1. 866. S. R. Moseley, June 4, printing ho. connection 
reports, 
June 22, printing letter heads, blocked, 

1. 867. A. D. Nickerson, services as engineer 1 mo., 
Paid for carfare, 
" " telephone service, 

" " towel supply 3 mo., 3.00 

other supplies, .20 



1. 868. R. M. Johnson, service as clerk 1 
mo., 
June 1, paid for 1 letter book, 
" 3, " 3 line hand stamp, 



2.00 

.72 



869. 

870. 



871. 



Paid W. F. Dodge, care of room 1 mo., 

Care of house connections 1 mo., 

Est. of John McDonough, for land damages, 
amount agreed upon for loss of water in well, 
paid H. P. Water Co's., bill for water service 
to Apr. 1, 1903, 

Paid in cash, 

Hyde Park Water Co., Jan. 7, for amt. paid for 
McDonough's service connection, 

June 6, for amt. paid J. Kennedy's ser- 
vice connection, 11.25 

Water service, 9.80 



1. 872. 

1. 873. 

1. 874. 

1. 875. 

1. 876. 



$5.00 
5.75 

150.00 

6.25 

.30 



3.20 
50.00 



2.72 
5.00 



14.65 
15.35 



10.00 



21.05 



W. W. Baker, for services 25 days in June, '02 
(inspector), 

Corson Ex. Co., for carting manhole castings to 
Harlow's yard and for expenses paid on same, 

H. A. Hanscom Co., amt. paid on acct. contract 
" B " Section 13, 

P. Rooney, amt. paid final estimate of July 1st. 
Section 9, 

P. Rooney, Mar. 3, 1 load gravel cor. Glenwood 
Ave. and Thompson St., .50 

Mar. 8, Repairs on sewer New Damon and Read- 
villests. .50 

Mar. 10, Rooney and man 5 day on streets, 1.50 

" 11, 1 load gravel Thompson St. & Glen. Ave., .50 

" 12, " " .50 

" 14, " " .50 

" 31, 2 men and horse hauling manhole castings 
from Bleakie's to Harlow's yard, 3.00 

Apr. 5, 2 men on manhole on New Damon St. 
and grading at Churchill's and McDonough's, 4.00 

Cement, clover and grass seed, .60 

P. Rooney, .75 

April 28, hauling pipe from Easton Ave. to Har- 
low's, .50 

May 1, 1 load gravel to Metropolitan Ave., .50 

" 13, 2 men raising covers W. River St., 4.50 

" 14, 2 " I day, 3.68 

" 14, 310 bricks to W. River St., 3.10 

" 14, raising man. covers Warren Ave., 1| bbls. 
cement, 3.75 

1 load sand, 1.00 

June 7, 3 men 7 hrs. ea. digging drain at Mc- 
Donough's for water pipe, 4.20 

June 9, 3 men, 6.00 

" 10, 3 men, 6.00 

" 11, 3 men, 6.00 

" 26, man digging hole in sewer and filling 
same — at hair factory, 1.00 

Labor and cement, fixing wall at McDonough's, 1.00 



Aug. 

5. 877. The Sessions Foundry, June 19, 8 prs. manhole 
frames and covers 1598 lbs. $1.85 less freight, 
June 23, 10 prs. 1,998 lbs., 



27.96 
34.96 



$10.75 



159.75 



57.72 
10.00 



30.00 



31.05 
62.50 

7.93 

1031.82 

622.95 



53.58 



352 



1902. Vouch. 

Aug. No. 

5. 877. June 26, 12 prs. 2,392 lbs., 
June 30, 10 prs. 2,002 lbs., 
July 9, 10 prs. 2,018 lbs., 



$41.86 
35.04 
35.31 



5. 878. 



Hyde Park Water Co., for water service and water 
rates to Jan. 1, '03 in accordance with agree- 
ments with property owners, on acct. of loss 
of water in private wells. 

Service Waterto 1903 
July 26, '02 M. E. Burke, $10.00 4.08 

July 11, '02 Marg. Conley, 11.25 2.83 



21.25 



6.91 
21.25 



Gordon av. 



02 >LoringSt. 21.90 



July 28, '02, use of water Apr. 1, '01 
to April 1 '02, 
" use of water " '02 

to Apr. 1, '03, 
" use of water " '01 

to Apr. 1, '02, 

" use of water 

to Apr. 1, '03, 

1. 879. W. H. Harlow, July 5, 3 8x5 Ts, 

Carting M. H. covers and frames, 
July 8, 3 8x5 Ts, 
Carting M. H. covers and frames, 
July 9, 2 8x5 Ts, 

" 11, 4 8x5 Ts, 
Carting M. H. covers and frames, 

5. 880. A. D. Nickerson, services as engineer, 1 mo., 
Cash paid car fares, 

" " sundry supplies, 

5. 881. R. M.Johnson, services care of house connections, 
1 mo., 

Services, clerk of board, 
Paid for car fares, 

" W. F. Dodge, for care of room, 

5. 882. Corson Ex. Co., carting manhole covers & frames, 
5. 883. F. W. Gleason & Co., July 11, material and labor 
putting in water service in Norton St., 
July 30, same for Mary E. Burke, off Sanford 
Av., 

5. 884. W.W.Baker, for services as inspector, 18 days 

in July, at $2.50, 
5. 885. H. A. Hanscom Co., am't paid on contract "B" 

Sec. 13, 
5. 886. Marg. E. Coullahan, for water connections at Nos. 

14 & 16 Norton St., and water rates on same to 

Jan. 1, 1903, 2 service connections, 

Water rates July 12,1902, to Jan. 1,1903, 2 

faucets, 

Paid F. W. Gleason, for labor, 

19. 887. Ed. D. Kollock, Apr. 26, 25 extra reports of 
Sewer Commissioners, 

Sept. 

2. 888. Library Bureau, Mar. 1, 2 oak trays, with screw 

front rods, 
2. 889. Metropolitan Water & Sewer Board, July 29, 50 

sewer manhole steps, at 30c, 
2. 890. R. M. Johnson, Aug. 31, services as clerk, 1 mo., 

Care of house connections, 

2. 891. W. F. Dodge, Sept. 1, care of room, 
2. 892. A. D. Nickerson, services as engineer, 1 mo., 
Paid for car fares, 



28.16 
23.72 



2.70 
.35 

2.70 
.35 

1.80 

3.60 
.35 

150.00 

2.50 

.20 



10.00 

50.00 

.45 

5.00 



5.00 
18.00 



22.50 



5.70 
10.00 



50.00 
10.00 



150.00 
1.00 



$175.13 



73.78 



11.85 



152.70 



65.45 
11.91 



23.00 

45.00 

683.09 



38.20 
25.00 



5.50 
15.00 



60.00 
5.00 



151.00 



353 



1902. Vouch. 
Sept. No. 
30. 893. 



Oct. 

7. 



A. D. Nickerson, for services as engineer, 1 mo., 
Cash paid for car fares, 
" " towel supply, 3 mo., 
" " photograph house in Easton Av., 

894. R. M.Johnson, services as clerk, 1 mo., 
For care of house connections, 

7. 895. N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., Sept., 29, telephone service, 
1 mo., ending July 30, 5.05 

Tolls to June 30, .24 

For excess of measured service calls, 

7. 896. W. H. Harlow, Aug. 20, 357 ft. 10-in. pipe, at 
75c, less 59 per cent., 109.78 

9 ft., 8x5 Ts, at 2.25, less 61 per cent., 7.90 

1.12 
1.20 



July 2, cr. 14 ft. 4-in. pipe, 
3 ft., 12-in. pipe, 



7. 897. W. F. Dodge, care of room, 1 mo., 

7. 898. F. W. Gleason & Co., Aug. 11, for material and 

labor putting in water service, No. 21 Sanford 

Av., "Riley" house, 
Labor and material, 

7. 899. H. P. Water Co., Sept. 11, Water for flush tanks, 
W. Glenwood Ave., April 1, 1901, to April 1, 
1902, 

Sept. 11, same from April 1, 1902, to 
April 1, 1903, 

Aug. 9, for water to J. Riley, 21 Vaughn 
St., from 1902 to Apr. 1,1903, 3.87 

Service connection, 10.00 

Inside stop and waste cock, 1.25 



To Mrs. Hanna Milan, 24 Norton St., 
for use of water from 1902, to April 1, 
1903, 3.31 

For service connection, 80 ft., 6 in., at 
35c. per ft., 28.17 

Inside stop and waste cock, 1.25 

7. 900. Frost & Adams Co., Oct. 1, Stationery, 



11.25 



32.73 



10 yds. 36-in. mounted "Anvil" paper, 8.50 

in " 42-in. 100 "Climax" paper, 



10 
at 10c 



1.00 



25 per cent., 



9.50 
2.37 



7. 901. P. Rooney, am't paid as perfinal estimate on sewer 
in Wood Av., 

7. 902. Hyde Park Associates, C. F. Allen, Trustee, by 
their Att'y, W. H. Powers, am't paid in full sat- 
isfaction for land taken July 15, 1897, for an 
intercepting sewer, 
Costs, 
Nov. 

5. 903. W. H. Harlow, Sept. 23, 60 ft. 10-in. pipe, at 
75c, less 6 per cent., 

Sept. 24, carting 2 M. H. covers and frames, 
Oct. 3, 4 ft. 8-in. pipe (Wood Av.), 
Oct. 11, 2 ft. 8-in. pipe (Opp. Butler Sch.), 

5. 904. W. F. Dodge, care of room, 1 mo., 
5. 905. R. M.Johnson, service as clerk, 1 mo., 

Care of house connections, 

Sept. 18, one 3-line die, 

5. 906. A. D. Nickerson, services, part 1 mo., 



$150.00 

2.45 

3.00 

.50 


$155.95 
60.00 

9.79 


50.00 
10.00 


5.29 
4.50 


117.68 


2.32 


115.36 

5.00 




7.50 
5.83 


15 55 



14.60 
14.60 



47.85 



1,200.00 
27.80 



18.00 
.70 
.80 
.40 



50.00 
10.00 

.28 



77.05 



7.13 
664.24 



1,227.80 



19.90 
5.00 



60.28 
25.00 



354 



1902. Vouch. 
Dec. No. 
2. 907. 
908. 



2. 



W. F. Dodge, care of room, 1 mo., 
R. M.Johnson, services as clerk, 1 mo. 
Care house connections, 
Paid A. Fisher, for daily paper, 
'• Ded. & H. P. Gas Co., 300 cu. ft. gas 
at 1.70 M., 
Paid Adams Ex. Co., for ex. on cards, .15 

" F. W. Barry, Beale & Co., for blank 

statements and bill-heads, 1.00 



1903 
Jan. 
6. 



911. W. H. Harlow, Dec. 4, 18 ft. 5-in. pipe, 
Dec. 4, 1 ft. 5x5 T, 
" " 30 ft. 4-in. pipe, 
" 11, 50 ft. 4-in. pipe, 
" 23, 50 ft. 4-in pipe, 

6. 912. R. M.Johnson, services 1 mo., 

Care house connections, 

Cash paid for tracing paper, 
" *' " carfares, 
" " " express charges, 

6. 913. A. D. Nickerson, services as engineer, 1 mo. 
Cash paid for towel supply, 
" " " car fares. 



6. 

Feb. 

3. 



914. W. F. Dodge, for care of room, 1 mo., 
915. 



$50.00 

10.00 

3.00 

.51 



2. 909. H.A. Hanscom Co., paid on account Contracts 

"A& B," 
2. 910. A. D. Nickerson, services, 

Paid car fares, 
" for cloth. 



Geo. A. Kimball, for expert services, investiga- 
tion and letter of advice in regard to sewer as- 
sessments, 
3. 916. J. E. Cotter, Aug., 1899, to Oct. 9, 1902, for ser- 
vices in settlement of land damages in case of 
Chas. F.Allen et al. Trustee v. Town of Hyde 
Park, petition for land damages growing out of 
sewer construction, entry of appearance in Sup'r 
Court, Norfolk Co., attention to case before au- 
ditor, arranging time for hearings, interviews 
and correspondence with counsel for petitioners, 
and with Sewer Commissioners, negotiations 
for settlement, and final disposition of case, 
Sept. 1899 to May 21, 1902, for services in 
case of Elizabeth S. Coleman v. Hyde Park, pe- 
tition for land damages growing out of sewer 
construction, entry of appearance in Superior 
Court, Norfolk Co., interviews with attorney for 
petitioner, arranging time for hearing before au- 
ditor, correspondence and negotiations relative 
to settlement and final disposition of case, 
Dec, 1900, to May 8, 1902, for further services 
in cases of Washburn, Hurter, Bursch and 
Eustis vs. Hyde Park, petitions for land damages 
growing out of sewer construction, interviews 
with Judge Bishop and C. F. Jenney, Esq., in re- 
lation to exceptions, interviews with Mr. Jenney 
in relation to waiving of exceptions by petition- 
ers, taxation of costs, &c; entry of judgment in 
said cases on May 8, 1902, 

3. 917. Patrick Rooney, am't paid on acc't contract for 
sewer in Grant St., 

3. 918. W. Harlow, Jan. 31, 1903, rent of land for stor- 
age of pipe, 1 yr., ending Dec. 31, 1902, 
Jan. 1, 50 ft. 4-in. pipe, at 8c, 4.00 

« 7>18 « « .. « .< 1.44 



125.00 



100.00 



25.00 



50.00 
5.44 



$5.00 



1.15 


64.66 




1,000.00 


65.00 




.45 




.30 







65.75 


1.80 




.45 




2.40 




4.00 




4.00 






12.65 




50.00 




10.00 




.25 




.20 




.15 





60.60 



154.00 
5.00 



35.00 



250.00 
277.25 



55.44 



355 

1903. Vouch. 
Feb. No. 

3. 919. R. M.Johnson, services, 1 mo., as clerk, $50.00 
care of house connections, 10.00 

$60.00 

Cash paid W. F. Dodge, care of room, 5.00 

" A.Fisher.dailvpaperlo Jan. 31,1903, 1.00 

" " Dedham Gas & E. L. Co., 500 cubic 
ft. gas, at 1.70, .85 

Paid for rubber stamp, .26 

Paid Corson's Ex. Co., for castings by Ex., .25 

3. 920. A. D. Nickerson, services as engineer, 1 mo., 150.00 

Cash paid car fares, .50 



$67.36 

150.50 
28,611.93 



RECEIPTS FROM SALES OF MATERIAL. 



Bal. on hand from last account, 



1902. 




Feb. 11. 


For labor and material to Old Col. St. Railway Co., 




on manhole at Readville, 58.50 


Mar. 29. 


For pipe sold G. F. Estes, 2.00 


Apr. 8. 


" " " C. H. Crummett, 8.00 


July. 7. 


" " " W. H. Harlow, 39.34 


" 14. 


" " Hyde Park St. Dept., 18.60 



On hand, 



64.58 



126.44 



191.02 



TABLE NO. 2. 



VALUE OF STOCK ON HAND. 

Sewer pipe, $822.70 

Flush gates, 57.80 

Manhole frames and covers, 220.50 

Flushing hose and clean-out rods, 150.00 

Office furniture and engineering instruments, 700.00 

Due from Board of Health, for pipe, sold them, 69.50 



$1,951.00 
$2,020.50 



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TABLE NO, 3. 

STATEMENT SHOWING COST OF CONSTRUCTION, AS PER 
CONTRACTS FOR LABOR AND MATERIAL. 



Paid H. A.Hanscom Co., $10,525.36 

" Patrick Rooney, 1,967.75 



Less reserved: 
On contract H. A. Hanscom Co., 86.24 

" " Patrick Rooney, 30.81 



$12,493.11 



117.05 



$12,376.06 
Paid for manhole covers and frames, 175.13 

" •* pipes and fittings, 1,410.90 



1,586.03 

bal. due on contract John Cavanagh & Co. 2,513.06 

N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., for crossing under 
tracks, 681.51 



$17,156.66 
land damages, costs, fees etc., 7,581.91 

all other expenses, 3,873.36 



Total for the year, $28,611.93 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



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 examined also the accounts of our former 
Tax Collector, which are being closed as rapidly as 
possible, and find them to be correct. 

It has become evident that the best interests of the 
Town demand that the different departments establish 
a uniform system of keeping their accounts and dis- 
bursing their funds. Under the present and diverse 
systems one department can draw an order on the 
Treasurer for a stated sum and apply this money to 
a dozen different accounts,keeping in its possession the 
original receipts. Another department would present 
the original bill duly approved which would be paid 
by the Treasurer. Of the two systems the latter is 
by far to be preferred, being more simple, direct, and 
businesslike. 

It is more simple in that it does away with the 
double voucher system; more direct, in that all 
claims against the Town are paid by money in the 
hands of the Treasurer, and not from money that had 
been previously paid out by him to the order of the 
chairman or member of a department. It is more 
businesslike in that there is but one voucher, which 



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is the original bill and which can always be found, 
when paid, in the Treasurer's files. 

Under one of the present systems it is possible for 
an order drawn on the Town Treasurer made pay- 
able to the chairman or member of a department to 
become in reality negotiable paper, and it can be 
used as such. Therefore, we recommend that only 
the original bills duly approved shall be paid by the 
Treasurer and that the present system in use in some 
of the departments of drawing orders on the Treas- 
urer be discontinued. 

We reaffirm the position taken by the Board of 
Auditors of 1901-02 that the revenue received by 
any department outside of its regular appropriation, 
is the revenue of the Town, and should be turned 
over to the Town Treasurer and not be held and 
used by the department that collects it. 

Respectfully submitted, 

FREDERIC C. STONE, 
WILLIAM J. DOWNEY, 
FREDERICK G. KATZMANN, 
Auditors of the Town of Hyde Park, Mass.