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Annual reports of officers
and committees of the town



ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



TOWN OFFICERS



OV I'HE



TOWN OF SUNDERLAND



FOR iHE



YEAR ENDING MARCH J, 1909



Ailfeii Couniy ■

900 Websier o^.^ci

PO Box 2270

Fort Wayne, IN 46801-??7r



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AMHERST, MASS. : [



press of Carpenter S. /Rborebouse.
1909



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ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



TOWN OFFICERS



OF THE



TOWN OF SUNDERLAND



FOR THE



YEAR ENDING MARCH U J 909.



AMHERST, MASS. :

Iprcss ot Carpenter & /llborebouec.
1909



Town Warrant.



commoinwealth of massachusetts.

Franklin ss.

To Ralph B. Brown, a constable of the town of Sunder-
land greeting :

In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, you
are hereby directed to notify and warn the inhabitants of
the town of Sunderland, qualified to vote in town affairs, to
meet at Town Hall in said town, on Monday, the first day
of March, 1909, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, then and
there to act on the following articles :

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

Act. 2. To hear the annual report of the Town Officers
and act thereon.

Act. 3. To choose all necessary Town Officers for the
ensuing year.

Art. 4. To raise and appropriate such sums of money
as may be necessary to defray town charges for the ensuing
year, or to pay town debt and interest.

Art. 5. To determine the manner of repairing the high-
ways, town ways and bridges.

Art. 6. To see if the town will vote to raise or appro-
priate money for the transportation of scholars to the schools
in town, or high schools oat of town.

Art. 7. To bring in their ballots, yes or no, in answer
to the question : "Shall license be granted for the sale of
intoxicating liquors in this town for the ensuing year?"

Art. 8. To fix the time when taxes shall be paid, and
pass any votes in regard to discounts and interest.



Art. 9. To see if the town will authorize the treasurer
to borrow money, with the approval of Selectmen, for the
use of the town, and give notes of the town therefor.

Art. 10. To see if the town will accept the list of jurors,
as posted by the Selectmen.

Art. 11. To raise and appropriate money for the salary
of a Superintendent of Schools, and to pay the School
Committee for their services.

Art. 12. To see if the town will authorize the School
Committee to draw orders on the Town Treasurer monthly
for its full proportion of the salary of the School Superin-
tendent.

Art. 13. To see if the town will raise and appropriate a
sum of money for the support of the public library.

Art. 14. To see if the town will take any action in
regard to opening the town drains.

Art. 15. To see if the town will take any action in
resrard to lighting the streets.

Art. 16. To see if the town will provide a lock-up.

Art. 17. To see what action the town will take, in
regard to Chapter 209, Acts 1908, entitled "An Act to
Provide for the Protection of Forest or Sprout Lands from
Fire."

Art. 18. To see if the town will take any action in
regard to supplying water for use in the cemetery.

Art. 19. To see what action the town will take in regard
to putting water in the ante-room of the town hall.

Art. 20. To see if the town will take any action in
regard to providing an evening school for those beyond a
school age, or providing a room for such school.

Art. 21. To see if the town will take any action in
regard to publishing a list of taxable property in town.

And you are directed to serve this warrant by posting up
attested copies thereof, at the Plumtrees, at the store of



4

B. N. Fish, at the mill of D. D. Whitraore, and at the
guide post in the Meadow District, fourteen daj^s, at least,
before the time of holding said meeting.

Hereof fail not, and make due return of this warrant, with
your doings thereof, to the Town Clerk, at or before the
time of holding said meeting.

Given under our hands this fifteenth day of February, in
the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and nine.

A. M. Darling, ^ Selectmen
F. O. Williams, > of
Geo. p. Smith, N Sunderland



List of Jurors for 1909.



Ball, Silas V. Hubbard, William L.

Clark, Charles F. Leach, John M. S.

Darling, Frank W. Pomeroy, Lewis H.

Dill, W. Henry Walsh, Fred E.

Fairchilds, Rollin E. Warner, Chester

Hubbard, George C. Warner, Andrew C.



Selectmen's Report.



SUPPORT OF POOR.

Paid part expenses of funeral, Polish Woman, $10 00
Paid temporary aid, Lyman Hunter, 11 25

Paid medical attendance, Mrs. Mary Morton, 1 50

$22 75



$78 00



SOLDIERS RELIEF.




Paid George B. Barrows,




OLD BILLS.




George C. Hubbard,


$ 3 80


Carpenter & Morehouse,


41 75


Chester Warner,


8 80



TOWN OFFICERS.

Paid C. G. Trow, School Committee, $25 00
F. L. Whitmore, School Com., 10 00

C. M. Hubbard, School Com.,
A. M. Darling, Selectman,
F. O. Williams, "
Geo. P. Smith, "
Geo. E. Clark, Assessor,
C. F. Clark,

A. C. Warner,

B. N. Fish, Town Clerk,
R. B. Brown, Collector,
M. H. Williams, Treasurer,
John M, Leadi, Auditor,



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35


00


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00


17


50


17


50


12


00


65


00


50


00


5


00



$54 35



$367 00



STREET LIGHTING.
Paid Sunderland Electric Light Co.,

HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES.



Frank D. Hubbard,
A. C. Warner
F. O. Williams,
W. P. Abbey,
A. L. Hubbard,



strict Js


[o. 1,


$ 71 75




' 2,


109 95




' 3,


77 75




' 4,


73 30




' 5,


42 65




• 6,


78 05



GRAVEL ROAD.



Paid John Meninik,


$10 50


M. H. Clark,


21 00


John Benjamin,


35 00


Geo. P. Smith,


34 65


Laborers,


98 95


Alix Gribko,


18 85


Geo. M. Hubbard,


11 00


Stanley Shukoski,


28 00


Chester Warner,


26 02


Frank Gribko,


35 00


Walsh Brothers,


38 00


F. A. Davis,


30 10


F. 0. Williams,


28 00


R. E. Fairchilds,


10 50


Darling and Hubbard,


14 00


C. E. Brown,


14 00



SEWER.

Paid A. J. Fish, care of sewer,

SUNDERLAND BRIDGE.
Paid F. O. Williams, snowing bridge.



$297 50



$453 45



$453 57



$5 95



$5 60



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00


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50


7


00


4


00


3


00


4


50


5


00



WHITMORE'S FERRY.
Paid town of Deerfield for 1-2 support of Ferry, $56 90

INCIDENTALS.

Paid Sunderland Water Co.,
Geo. P. Bullis, shovels,
R. B. Brown, constable service,
R. B. Brown, collecting drain tax

and posting warrants,
R. B. Brown, posting warrants,
R. B. Brown, printing tax bills,
R. B. Brown, legal advice,
Campbell & Robinson, guide posts, 40 90
Darling & Hubbard, posts and lumber, 5 28
W. & L. E. Gomley weights and

measures outfit,
Clifford Clark, constable service,
Geo. E. Clark,

F. A. Damin, " "

Raymond Clark, " "

W. H. Dill,
Campbell & Robinson, varnishing

the hearse,
Lawer Bros., repairs on road,

scraper and lumber,
Lawer Bros, work and material,

on elm tree,
Lighting town hall.
Care of hall, S. V. Ball,
Reading meter and collecting,

S. V. Ball,
B. N. Fish, supplies for town hall,
B. N. Fish, tuning piano,
B. N. Fish, express and postage,
B. N. Fish, sundries,



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00


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00


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00


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00


5


00


6


50


17


95


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00


7


73


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00


3


47


3


69



8



B. N. Fish, recording births, mar-

riages and deaths, 19 90

C. G. Trow, reporting births, 2 25
Charles Moline, reporting births, 2 50
Charles Moline, fumigating, 6 00
A. J, Fish, tree warden, 9 75
Warner Bros., hoes, 1-2 doz., 2 70
F. O. Williams, legal advice and

telephone, 1 40

A. M. Darling', legal advice, postage

and telephone,
M. H. Williams, })Ostage and

stationery,
M. H. Williams, inspector of

animals,
M. H. Williams, inspector of beef

and pork,
R. E. Fairchilds, ballot clerk,
F. E. Walsh,

J. M. Leach, " "

C. E, Brown, " "



FOREST FIRES.



8


25


5


00


34


00


32


00


1


50


1


50


1


50


1


50



Paid F,


, H. Graves,


$ 2 20


A.


C. Warner, i)aid laborers.


66 35


C.


E. Hubbard, " "


108 40


A.


L. Hubhard, " "


59 00


C.


E. Hubbard,


2 00




LIBRARY.


*,



Paid C. G. Trow, treasurer, $200 00

C. G. Trow, dog money, 36 46

C. G. Trow, interest on town loan, 41 00



$466 49



$237 95



$277 46



REPAIRING INTERIOR OF TOWN HALL.



Paid Bergei- Mfg. Co., (contract),

E. C. Robinson, labor and material,

S. V. Ball, labor,

Darling & Hubbard, lumber,

Otis Hager, lumber,

B. N. Fish, curtains,

L. E. Warner, wireing and fixtures.



$633 00



47


95


16


25


3


80


1


80


19


71


200


00



$922 51



SUMMARY.




Paid Support of poor,




$ 22 75


Soldiers relief,




78 00


Highways and bridges.




453 45


Whitmore ferry.




56 90


Incidentals,




466 49


Town officers,




367 00


Old bills,




54 35


Treasurer of library,




277 46


Sunderland bridge,




5 60


Sewer,




5 95


Street lighting.




297 50


Repairing interior of town


hall.


922 51


Gravel road,




453 57


Forest fires,




237 95



1,699 48



RESOURCES.

Rebate 1-2, state inspection of animals, $ 17 00
Due from Central Vermont R. R. Co., 233 75
Balance in treasury, 3,105 24



;3,355 99



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LIABILITIES

Due Franklin Saving Inst., sewer lo*n, $2,250 00
Franklin Sav. Inst., stone road loan, 700 00
C. G. Trow, treasurer of library, 1,025 00
W. F. Campbell, trustee, 2,534 23

$6,509 23



The Selectmen recommend raising by tax the following
sums for the ensuing year :

For support of poor, $150 00

Highways, 600 00

Town Officers, 375 00

Incidentals, 300 00

Sewer debt, 450 00

Stone road debt, 200 00

Street lighting, 275 00

Interest, 200 00

Completing, gravel road, 150 00

Respectfully submitted,

A. M. Darling, ^ Selectmen

F. O. Williams, > of

Geo. p. Smith, ) Sunderland.



Sunderhuul, Mass., Feb. 15, 1909.

I have examined the above accounts and find them cor-
rect.

J. M. S. Leach, Auditor.



Treasurer's Report.



RECEIPTS.



Balance on treasury March 1, 1908, $ 954 58

R. B. Brown, collector, 1907, tax principal, 1,956 78

interest, 95 11

1908 tax principal, 8,523 91

interest, 107 81

Drain tax, 1907, 19 02

Holyoke Street R. R. excise tax, 1908, 498 29

From State Treasuser, on acct. of schools,

Tuition of Children, State Board of

Charity, $ 74 20

Toward Supt. of Schools salary, 213 37

Income of Mass., School Fund, 1,458 41



From State Treasurer, St. R. R. tax, 1908,

State Treasurer, Corporation tax.

State Treasurer, National Bank tax.

State Treasurer, one-half expense In-
spection of animals.

County of Franiilin, court fines,

County of Franklin, dog money refunded,

Sale of Old Bridge Plank,

Sale of Old Stove from Town Hall,

Sale of Electric Light in Town Hall,

Let of Town Hall,
National Banks, and W. F. Campbell, Trus-
tee, Temporary Loans, 3,387 58

$18,962 50



$1,745


98


1,042


21


240 29


187


37


18


00


45


00


36


46


83


62


3


50


14


99


2


00



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PAYMENTS.

Paid Orders of Selectmen,

Orders of School Committee,

State tax,

County tax.

Towards Town Dept,

Repairs on State Highways,

J. B. Bridges, criminal fees.

County of Franklin, l\ value Old Bridge
plank sold,

Town of Deerfiield, ^\ " " "

Town of Whately, ^\ " *' *'

Loans and Interest,
Balance in Treasury,



53,699


48


5,835


66


880


00


1,043


74


550


00


69


15


34


02


43


78


15


92


3


98


3,681


53


3,105


24



$18,962 50
M. H. Williams, Treasurer,



Sunderland, Mass., Feb. 16, 1909.

1 have examined the accounts of the treasurer of the town
of Sunderland for the past fiscal year and find them correct.

J. M. S. Leach, Auditor.



Assesors Report.



Number of residents assessed on property, 185

Number of non-residents assessed on property, 60

Number of polls assessed, 320

Number of poll tax only, 177

Value of real estate, land, $259,077

Value of real estate, buildings, $176,125

Value of personal estate, $56,227

Total value of assessed estate, $491,429

Tax for state, county and town purposes, $8,590 89

Overlayings, $37 98

Tax assessed on personal estate, in Dec, $9 75

Tax assessed on real estate in Dec, $5 29

Rate per $1,000, $16 25

Number of horses assessed, 266

Number of mules " 2

Number of cows " 481

Number of neat cattle other than cows assessed, 110

Number of sheep assessed, 59

Number of swine, " 112

Number of fows, " 876

Excise tax from Holyoke St., R. R. Co., $498 29

Property exempt from taxation, $41 06

Abatements, 79 02



Geo. E. Clark,
C. F. Clark,
Andrew C. Warner.



Sunderland, Feb. 5, 1909.



Assessors,
of town of
Sunderland.



Riverside Cemetery.



TREASURER'S REPORT.



Balance from last year,
From interest on funds,

care of lots,

sale of seven lots,



RECEIPTS.








$58


61




178


47




25


00




117


00


PAYMENTS.







To B. N. Fish, for two lawn mowers, 11 00

Chase Bros., for trees, plants, etc., 21 50

Warner Bros., fertHizer and grass seed, 17 90

Mass. Agr'l College, flowering plants, 1 50

Albright & Light Co., bounds, markers, 10 00

For incidentals, 6 02

To W. A. Clark, labor, 196 95
W. F. Campbell and E. C. Robinson,

paint and labor, 31 56

Frank Waclasky, ' 1 50

H. G. Sanderson, labor, care and cash, 38 00

" services as treasurer, 10 00

In the treasury, 33 15



RESOURCES.

Real estate mortgages, $2,650 00

Savings Bank deposits, 1,115 82



$379 08



$379 08



^5

Personal Note, 50 00

$3,815 82

H. G. SANDERSON, Treasurer.
Sunderland, Feb. 15, 1909.

Sunderland, Mass., Feb. 16, 1909.
I have examined the accounts of the Treasurer of the
Cemetery Fund for the year ending Feb. 15, 1909, and find
them correct. J. M. S. Leach, Auditor.



Report of Inspector of Animals.



One general inspection of the cattle and stables in town
has been made during the past year, which same took place
as ordered during the month of November. The whole
number of animals found at this time was as follows : Total
number of neat cattle, 778 ; swine, 437 ; sheep 86. Seventy
stables were reported on to the Massachusetts Cattle Bureau
as to light, cleanliness, and amount of air space. Light
has been added to quite a few stables during the past year,
but still the majority of our stables are not up to the stand-
ard in cleanliness.

During the year 28 cows were quarantined on suspicion
of having tuberculosis; 21 of these were condemned and
killed. I have identified and released 390 cattle brouo;ht in
from other states. 197 carcasses of pork have been inspec-
ted and stamped at time of slaughter, also 2 of beef, none of
which were found diseased.

M. H. Williams, Inspector.

Sunderland, Feb. 15, 1909.



Collector's Report.



1908.









Paid Town tax,


$6,598 00




County tax,


1,043


74




State tax,


880


00




Excise tax,


498


29




Interest,


107


81




State highway.


69


15




Overlaying,


37


98




Town tax assessed Dec. 18,


15


04


$9,250 01








Paid Town Treasurer,


$9,022


12




Interest,


107


81




Abated taxes.


79


02




Exempt,


41


06


$9,250 01



R. B. Brown, Collector,
Feb. 16, 1909.



Library Treasurer's Report.



PAYMENTS.




Coal,


$74 04


Lighting building,


12 60


Water rent.


5 00


Care of building and grounds.


91 65


Librarian's salary to Feb. 16th,


84 30


Repairing and binding books.


20 36


Supplies,


5 56


Supscription to Readers Guide,


6 00


" ** Magazines,


25 25


Mowing lawn.


19 00


Books,


247 15


Expressage,


1 55


Reinvestment portion of endowment




fund.


100 00



$692 46
Cash balance in treasury, $106 21



RECEIPTS.




Balance on last years income.


$206 91


" " " endowment.


100 00


Interest,


244 33


From dramatic entertainment.


9 63


Dog money.


36 46


Town appropriation.


200 00


Fines and book loans.


1 14


Payment for books lost,


20



$798 67



$798 67



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RESOURCES.




Graves fund, $2,000 00




Juliette Montague Cook fund, 1,000 00




Taft fund, 500 00




Other invested funds, 2,210 00






$710 00




Accured interest.


106 00



C. G. Trow, Treasurer,
Sunderland, March 1st, 1909.



Librarian's Report.



Number of Volumes belonging to the Library, March,

1908, 4,915

Added during the year, 188

Discarded during the year, 6

Belonging to the library at date, 5,097

No. loaned during the year, 6,445

No. in circulation at date, 284

Abbie T. Montague, Librarian.

Sunderland, Feb. 15, 1909.



Report of Committee on Town History.



We have, on hand, 35 bound copies of the history and 150
copies in sheets. Until these 35 bound copies are all sold,
it is designed to hold the price at |4 per copy. Two (2)
copies have been sold at that price this year, but owing to a
misunderstanding the money received therefore was not
turned over to the treasurer until the books were closed and
will not be accounted for until next year.

Abbie T. Montague, Committee.

Sunderland, Feb., 15, 1909.



Town Clerk's Report.



Mo. marriage license issued,

No. marriages recorded,

No. where it was the first marriage of both parties.

No. where both parties resided in town,

No. where only one party resided in town,



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NAMES OF PERSONS MARRIED.



Date and place of
Marriao:e.



Jan. 20, 1908.
South Deerfield.

Jan. 27.

South Deerfield.

Feb. 3.

South Deerfield.

Feb. 10.

South Deerfield.

Feb. 24.

South Deerfield.

April 13.

South Deerfield.

April 23.
South Deerfield.

May 4.

South Deerfield.

May II.

South Deerfield.

June I.

South Deerfield.

Oct. 5.

South Deerfield.



Names.



Frank Rosnausck.
Nellie Goodzak.

Tobil Filandus.
Josie Demit,

Alexander Debis.
Josie Snorobska.

John Korpetu.
Mary Danila.

George Kiesa.
Nellie Regan.

Ralph Goodyear.
Pauline B. Jewett.

Thomas Walter Ahearn
Annie Clara Gorey.

Peter Petroveiz.
Felia Pellesna.

Wm. Rodowicz.
Katrina Beluska.

Frank Rodowesk.
Julia Mate.

Paul Horratt.
Annie Sirak.



By Whom Married.



Rev. W. F. Hartigan,
South Deerfield.

Rev. W. F. Hartigan,
South Deerfield.

Rev. W. F. Hartigan,
South Deerfield.

Rev. W. F. Hartigan,
South Deerfield.

Rev. W. F. Hartigan,
South Deerfield.

Rev. J. B. Carruthers,
South Deerfield.

Rev. W. F. Hartigan,
South Deerfield.

Rev. W. F. Hartigan,
South Deerfield.

Rev. W. F. Hartigan,
South Deerfield.

Rev. John H. Garvin,
Amherst.

Rev. W. F. Hartigan,
South Deerfield.



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Date and Place of
Marriage.



Oct. 12.

South Deerfield.

Oct. 12.

South Deerfield,

Oct. lo.

Montague.

Oct. 19.

South Deerfield,

Oct. 22.
Sunderland,

Nov. 14.

South Deerfield.

Dec. 4.
Sunderland.

Dec. 30.
Sunderland.



Names.



Ignace Budrewicz.
Martha Deseawicz.

Joseph Marchuenctz.
Antonea Marchukitas.

John D. Howard.
Lena E. Wood.

Alec Wnok.
Zopia Zeabaski.

Winford V. Abel.
Roseland Hunt.

Joseph Yablonski.
Annie Sadovvski.

Lyndon Dwight Graves
Myra Eveline Clark.

Frank Wilson Darling.
Grace Newel Beals.



By Whom Married



Rev. John Zazezynski,
South Deerfield.

Rev. John Zazezynski,
South Deerfield.

Rev. M. L. Richardson.
Montague. • a

Rev. John Zazezynski,
South Deerfield.

Rev. Edward Root,
Northampton, Mass.,

Rev. John Zazezynski,
South Deerfield.

Rev. J. B. Carruthers.
South Deerfield.

Rev. J. B. Carruthers,
South Deerfield.



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Feb.


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May


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June


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July


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Aug.


8.


Sept.


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Oct.


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26.


Dec.


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BIRTHS IN 1908.

No. of births reported, 31

No. of males, 13

No. of females, 18.

Victoria, to William and Lena Ambrozine.

Joseph, to and Annie Bregina.

Annie, to Mike and Kazloski.

Marrian, to Harry and Emma A. Woodbury.

Joseph, to Joseph and Annie Kamenski.

Ellen, to George and Moletorus.

John, to John and Slovak.

Pauline, to Mike and Annetta Holzman.

John, to Barzyl and Mary Klemyk.

Joseph, to Joseph and Eva Radzwil.

Frank, to Mathew and Tofila Haygood.
Gilbert Edgar, to Herbert and Orphia Hubbard.
Locadia, to John and Valeria Royeski.

Mary, to John and Postena Bieckerski.

Jessie Guilford, to Charles and Edith Earle Moline.

Jennie, to and Sarah Skibiski.

Frances, to Frank and Nellie Romansik.
Michael, to John and Mary Fitzgibbons.
John, to Alexander and Stephania Sadowski.
Mary, to Joseph and Antonia Sadowski.
Wadislaw, to Appolonaria and Sophia Sokolowski.
William to Thomas and Lena Bores.
Annie, to Charles and Descawicz.

Annie, to George and Julia Baronowski.
Stanley, to Waldo and Zrinsetra.

Zophia, to Joseph and Stephena August.
Elizah, to William and Katrina Rodowicz.
Annie, to Louis and Eva Kubulas.
Joseph, to Joseph and Annie Skibiski.
Helena, to Paul and ' Scripkoski.

Lawrence, to Ernest Charles and Jennie L. Robinson.



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DEATHS in 1908.









Yrs.


Mos.


Days


Jan.


^S-


Stephen Petrovitz, Jr.,




3




Feb.


^3-


Josephine Yablonski,


22






Mar.


5-


Alanson Hubbard,


86




23




28.


Leon G. Beaman,


24


I


24


Apr.


17-


Emma L. Campbell,


90




II




27.


John Mackeweski,




5




May


2.


Jessie G. Montague,


34


9


5




13-


Belle D. Tower,


40


4


25




30-


John Rowe Smith,


98


II


9


June


I.


Michael Walsh,


80






July


4-


Albert L. Abbey,


10


2


13




21.


Cephas Alden Graves,


61


4


20


Oct.


3°-


Jennie Chestnut,


2


2




Nov.


8.


Zophia August,




I


8




15-


Sarah P. Montague,


74


6


23


Dec.


6.


Enoch C. Collins,


79


7


29




28.


Geuoffa Woltorski,






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Baxter N. Fish, Town Clerk.
Sunderland, Feb. 12, 1909.

Baxter N. Fish, Town Clerk, in acct. with Dog Taxes.

Dr. To cash received for 43 dog, $89 00

Cr. By clerk's fees, $8 60

Paid County Treasurer, 80 40

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Baxter N. Fish, Town Clerk.
Sunderland, Feb. 12, 1909.



SCHOOL REPORT.



EXPENDITURES.

FUEL.

Paid for coal, $229 80

for wood and sawinsf, 25 65



Paid for care school building,




$290 50


for laundry work.




7 75


TEACHERS'


SALARIES.


Paid Lillian H. Dill,




$432 00


May L. Crocker,




396 00


Emma F. Smith,




396 00


Mrs. Geo. B. Smith,




396 00


Mabel A. Knox,




150 00


Daisy Burr,




94 50


Charlotte Eavner,




60 00


Mary B. Pomeroy,




60 00


Belle BuUis, music.




108 00


Ruth C. Jackson, drawir


'g'


36 00


Lucile Gravestine, drawing.


30 00



TRANSPORTATION.

Paid Holyoke Street Railway Co., $255 00

Elisha M. Hubbard, 166 00

F. L. Whitmore, 100 00

A. D. Russ, 396 30



$255 45



298 25



$2,158 50



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G. H. Cook, 280 80

J. M. S. Leach, 200 00

High school transportation, 200 02



.,598 12

Paid for books and transportation, $125 95

for supplies and transportation, 101 84

$227 79



$4,538 11

Paid for water rent, Dec. 1, 1907 to
Dec. 1, 1908,
Taking Census,
Half barrel dust-down,
Waste baskets.

Printing programs and certificates.
Medical inspection,
Miscellaneous expenses,

Superintendent's salary to Feb. 1st,



REPAIRS.

Paid for repairs of building, $58 98

Repairs of school grounds, 3 00

$61 98



$25 00




8 00




6 00




4 00




5 25




12 00




4 10






$64 35




269 07



Paid for prepairing new school room,

furnishings and furnace, $292 15

Paid high school tuition, town of

Montague, $120 00

High school tuition, town of

Amherst, 490 00

$610 00



Total expenditures, $5,835 6Q



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RESOURCES.

Town appropria'n, support of schools, $2,300 00

music, 108 00

" " books and supplies, 200 00

" " transportation, high

school pupils,
Tuition state wards,
Income Mass. school fund.

Town appropriation supt's salary,
State '♦ " '«

Town appropriation for repairs,

" " " medical inspec.

High school tuition, due from state.



200


02




74


20




1,458


41


$4,340 63


165


00


213


37




100


00




12


00




610


00






i;


$1,100 37




15,441 00



Number of boys in town, Sept. 1, 1908, between 5 and 15


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