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and in their re-arrangement the more important ones, such
as the plans and profiles of streets and sewers for each year
for many years back, were put in book or portfolio form,
while the less important ones were grouped together and
filed under the proper headings to which they referred.

BUILDING INSPECTION.

Below is a list of the plans and specifications approved
during the year by the Building Inspector, followed by a
list of all the drawings prepared and placed on file from
Dec. 1st, 1906. to Nov. 30th, 1907.



Owner


Street


No.

Stories


Description


L. A. Lafrance


Adam sti set, cor. Canal


1


Lumber shed


D. C. Downing


Main street


1


Business building


M. H. Baker


Appleton street


2


Business building


George W. Prentiss
JohnTilley
City of Hoi yoke


Dwight street


3


Addition to mill


Suffolk street


6


Business building


Commercial street


8


Barn on city lot


Henry Desmerais


Division street


3


Carriage shop


James H. Newton


Cor. Main & Jackson sts.


1


Waiting station


J. J Carran


High street


4


Business building


Hoiyoke Street Railway Co.


Grover street


1


Car shed addition


E. L. Lyman
Valley Paper Co


Alley west of High street


1


Barn


Bridge street


1


Addition to mill


Israel Label le


Cor. Adam & Summer sts.


1


Addition to block


C. J. Bresnahan


Main street


1


Addition


David Gauge


Bridge street




Alteration to store


Presbyterian Church
Joseph Beauchmen
Lyman Mills Co.


Cor. Cabot & Chestnut sts.




Addition


Race street




Addition


Front street


6


Stock house


P. F. Carmody


Oliver street


4


Alteration & addition


£. Beebe


High street




Alteration


L. A. Lafrance


Adams street


5


Tenement block


A. Steiger


High street




Alteration Tilley block


John J. Burke
Michael McKellop


Division street


1


Garage


Lyman street


' 5


Business building


Robert Cowie


Jackson street


4


Tenement block


J. Hen- its & Son


Cor. East & Hamilton sts.


2


Barn



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REPORT OF CITY ENGINEER 273

MAPS, PROFILES, PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS.

Prepared and placed on file from December 1st, 1906,
to November 30th, 1907.

MAPS.

Map of Elmwood park.

Map of Riverside park.

Large map of Holyoke, Easthampton and Northampton,
for annexation purposes.

Two maps of a portion of Holyoke, Northampton and
Easthampton, for annexation purposes.

Map of Prospect park showing property line of B. & M.
Railroad Company.

Map of paved streets throughout the city.

PliANS AND PROFILES.

House numbering plans of Linden street from Suffolk
to Hampden street; Allyn street from Pleasant to North-
ampton street; Congress avenue from Elm to Chapin street.

Plan and profile of Jackson street Underpass.

Plan and profile of Charles street between South and
Laurel street.

Plan and profile of Pleasant street between Beacon ave-
nue and Dwight street.

Plan of property belonging to Mary Casey at corner of
Nonotuck and Morgan streets. .

Plan and profile of sewer in Grant street.

Plan and profile of sewer in Northampton street be-
tween Madison avenue and Morgan street.

Plan and profile of sewer in Northampton street from
View street to Longwood avenue.

Plan and profile of sewer in Cabot street from Elm
street to alley west of Elm street.

Plan and profile of sewer in Essex street from Walnut
street westerly (proposed).



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Plan and profile of sewer in ,St. Jerome avenue and
St. James street.

Plan and profile of sewer in Suffolk and Walnut streets.

Plan and profile of sewer in Thorpe avenue.

Plan and profile of sewer in Appleton street from Pleas-
ant street northerly.

Plan and profile of sewer in Sycamore street north of
Franklin street.

Plan and profile of sewer in Winter street north of
Appleton street.

Plan and profile of sewer at Ingleside from Springfield
road to Connecticut river.

Plan and profile of sewer in Appleton street from Beech
street westerly.

Plan and profile of sewer in Linden street from Sar-
geant street southerly.

Plan and profile of storm water overflow on Beech street
at Northampton and Franklin streets.

Plan and profile of storm water overflow on Chapin
street opposite Gates street.

Plan and profile of sewer in Sycamore street southerly
from Franklin street.

Plan and profile of sewer in alley between Pine and
Walnut streets.

Plan and profile of sewer in Locust street southerly
from Appleton street.

Plans, two sets, for the Highland engine house addition.

Plans for changes in the Sargeant street school.

Plans and specifications for gate house for Bock Cut.

Drawings for sanitary in city hall,



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REPORT OF CITY ENGINEER



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STATISTICS OP THE CITY OF HOLYOKE.

Population May 1, 1900, U. S. census

Population May 1, 1905, State census

Number of voters

Number of polls

Public schools enrollment (day)

Public schools enrollment ( night) ¥ ...

Parochial schools enrollment

Area of city

Greatest extent north and south

Greatest extent east and west

Area of school property

Area of city parks

Area of city hall and city yard lots

Area of city farms, Berkshire lot, Loomis

lot, Allen lot, etc

Area of Fire .Department property

Area of Municipal Lighting property

Country roads

City streets accepted

City streets unaccepted

Sheet asphalt pavement :

Asphalt block pavement

Granite block pavement

Vitrified brick pavement

Common brick pavement

Bitulithic pavement

Wood block pevement

Macadam pavement

Streets watered

Sidewalks and crossings

Water mains 4-inch and upward in diam. . .

Gas mains

Sewers

River front

Steam railroads



45,712


49,034




7,861


13,288




6.525




1,441




4,691


16.35 miles


4.75 miles


5.12 miles


676,919 sq. ft.


67.53


acres


1.53


acres


128.31


acres


61,891 sq. ft.


165,048 sq. ft.


35.25 miles


44.84


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2.64


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1.96


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0.67


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0.80


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10.75


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42.71


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55.17


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83.74


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45.27


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39.14


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276 REPORT OF CITY ENGINEER

Electric railroads 23.04 "

Electric light and power circuits (munici-
pal) 178.50 "

Electric arc street lights 513

Electric incandescent street lights 44

Railroad stations 4

Churches 21

School houses 30

Business colleges 2

Dwelling houses 4,827

Police stations 1

Bath houses 3

Fire engine houses 7

Fire alarm boxes 128

Hook and adder trucks 3

Fire hydrants (public) 670

Post office and sub stations 9

Area assessed 7,026 acres

Valuation, personal $11,102,540

Valuation real estate $33,651,240

Tax rate per $1,000 $17.00

Respectfully submitted,

JAMES L. TIGHE.

City Engineer.



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REPORT OF

PARK COMMISSIONERS.



To the Honorable, the Mayor, and Board of Aldermen:

We take pleasure in submitting to you our annual re-
port covering all operations and expenses during the past
year together with recommendations for the coming year,
all of which we trust will meet with your approval and have
your careful consideration.

The year just past has been an active one in many ways
and shows some decided changes and improvements on the
various parks, notably Riverside and Elm wood. A valu-
able addition has been made to the park area in the acqui-
sition, by purchase, of the tract of land on the east side of
Beech street, owned by the Hospital Association. Negotia-
tions are now in progress for the acquiring of the Ranlet
tract adjoining this recent purchase and our own lands. We
hope to have same consummated by early spring so that op-
erations may be continued during the coming year.

It is also contemplated securing further land on
Main street, adjoining Riverside park on the south, and
we hope to secure in the near future that portion of land
between present boundary line on the north and the old
county ferry-road ; this would include the grove on the
river bank. We have also had intrusted to our care the
email plot of land at the junction of Dwight, Pleasant and
Appleton streets. This we have given the name of "Sulli-
van Square." We have regraded and seeded same, have
planted shrubs and flowers, and provided seats, making it
very convenient for those awaiting street cars. This plot
will be quite an addition and we hope will be very attract-
ive in the summer.



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278 REPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS

The greatest amount of work has been done on River-
side and Elmwood parks. The former we have completed
planting and grading on the Main street side to the end of
our present line. We have begun operations on the river
bank, have portions of same graded, the main walks on the
bank laid out and planted and we expect to have the tennis
courts ready for use the coming season as well as both of the
ball grounds. The cricket ground has been finished and in
active use during the past season. We should like to be
able to practically finish all grading on the park next
season.

On Elmwood park much progress has been made. The
Maple street end is practically finished — all that remains to
be done here is the roadway and walks ; the banks are ready
for seeding, which will be done early in the spring. We
strongly advocate completing the culvert up to Pine street
in order that this portion may be finished. Again we urge
the city to take some action towards providing funds for
the erection of a bridge across the park at this point, as it
is badly needed and would be greatly appreciated by those
having occasion to travel between Elmwood and the upper
portions of the city.

At Prospect park all work of improvement has been
stopped owing to delay in settlement of boundary line by
the railroad company. It is unfortunate that the city should
be so hampered but we cannot seem to get a settlement.
We have funds provided for completing the parapet wall
on the river front and we trust we shall be able to complete
same before the end of the year 1908

On the other parks, no new work or additions have
been made ; they have received their proper share of atten-
tion and are considered in good condition.

It is gratifying to this Board to observe that more inter-
est is being shown by- the citizens of our city in the work
of progress and improvements on our parks and we hope
it mav not onlv continue but increase. We believe the more



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REPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS 279

our citizens and tax-payers see of our parks and the pro-
gress made in their development, the more encouragement
and help they will give us to continue our work, and we
ask the hearty co-operation of every good citizen to assist
us to make Holyoke a beautiful city.

In conclusion we cannot urge too strongly the import-
ance of securing more lands for park purposes and of plac-
ing at the disposal of this Board such sums of money as may
be necessary for their purchase every year. The delay not
only makes it more expensive but impossible to purchase
at any price, so it would seem a good business policy to look
ahead for the growth of our city, which is bound to come,
by making such purchases when available at once.

We strongly recommend the building of a bridge across
the park at Pine street according to plans which have been
already made by our landscape architect; also the con-
tinuing of the culvert up Pine street to allow of building
the bridge at this location.

We are greatly in need of a suitable house for the stor-
age of tools, etc., belonging to Hamilton and Germania
parks, and we ask for a sum that will enable us to erect
such a building on Hamilton park the coming season.

Owing to the new law which went into effect this last
season requiring two shifts of men at eight hours each on
all of our parks, our labor account has been doubled, and
we shall therefore require increased sum for such expend-
itures. We therefore recommend that the following ap-
propriations be made for this department for the coming
season.



For care and maintenance of present park area $12,500.00

For development work on Elmwood park 5,000.00

For development work on Riverside park .... 6,000.00

For development work on all other parks 6,000.00

For purchase of land for parks 50,000.00



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280 REPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS

We append herewith a statement of our receipts and
disbursements for the year past together with a detailed
statement of all expenditures by months and our labor ac-
count, all of which we trust will meet with your approval.

RECEIPTS.

Balance, December 1. 1906 $ 2,240.00

Appropriation for 1907 17,000.00

Public park loan 18.000.00

Receipts 68.70



EXPENDITURES.

Hampden park , $ 1,332.91

Prospect park \ 1,489.61

Elmwood park 1,161.42

Canonchet park 979.55

Hamilton park 985.02

Germania park 1,048.44

Riverside park 1,210.62

Ranger park 64.34

Ooughlin park 90.33

Sullivan square 141.03

General expense account 1,515.22

Riverside park improvement 4,979.57

Elmwood park improvement 2.014.24

Purchase of land 7,500.00



$37,308.70



$24,512.30
$12,796.40



TRANSFERS.

Purchase of land $ 9,740.00

Construction purposes 3.000.00

— $12,740.00

Balance 55.40



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REPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS



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MONTHLY EXPENDITURES.





Labor.


Supplies.


Total Amt's


January


$15.38


$4.36


$19.74


February




50.61


50 61


March




37.18


37.18


April


587.63


20.55


608.18


May


1,290.78


291.96


1,582.74


June


1,769.25


664.83


2,434.08


July


1,187.24


1,662.15


2,849.39


August


1,332.75


525.86


1,858.61


September


1,914.38


279.97


2,194.35


October


1,724.75


737.02


2,461.77


November


1,616.29


485.53


2,101.82


December




813.83


813.83




$11,438.45


$5,573.85


$17,012.30



LABOR AND SALARY PAYROLL BY MONTHS.




Labor.


Salary.


Total Am'tt


January


$15.38




$15.38


April


522.63


65.00


587.63


May


1,199.78


91.00


1,290.78


June


1,655.50


113.75


' 1,769.25


July


1,096.24


91.00


1,187.24


August


1,241.75


91.00


1,332.75


September


1,800.63


113.75


1,914.38


October


1,633.75


91.00


1,724.75


November


1,499.29


117.00


1,616.29



$10,664.95



$773.50 $11,438.45



LAND ACCOUNT.

Eliza Whitehouse $1,250.00

Hoi yoke street railway 700.00

Holyoke city hospital 5,550.00



$7,500.00



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282 PEPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS

OFFICE AND MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT.

Auburn P. Capen, salary $ 773.50

Auburn P. Capen, services 15.52

Daniel J. Hartnett, salary 250.00

Telephone 50.00

Carfare 50.00

Team hire 280.00

Printing and stationary 45.90

Caps and buttons 36.30

Pump 4.00

Sower 10.00

$1,515.22

ELMWOOD PARK. IMPROVEMENT.

Samuel Beaulieu, teams $ 65.25

Patrick Fitzgerald, teams 74.25

Dillon Bros., teams 67.50

Thomas Bray, teams 18.00

Frank Bray, teams 20.25

Doane & Williams, lumber 11.38

Daniel O 'Connelly .Sons, teams 218.00

Wm. H. Morehouse, cartage 36.40

John Donoghue ,team 11.25

P. J. Kennedv, team 51.75

$ 574.03

Labor 1,440 21



$2,014.24



RIVERSIDE PARK IMPROVEMENT.

Daniel O'Connell's Sons, teams $1,085.75

Merrick Lumber Co., lumber 18.20

Wm. H. Morehouse, cartage 12.38

Sheldon' Transfer, ashes 58.25

James Kennedy, teams 197.00

Bav State Nurseries, shrubs 2.00



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RPPORT UF PARK COMMISSIONERS 283



Eastern Nurseries, shrubs


169.28




W. B. Whittier & Co., shrubs


273.54




Mt. Hope Nurseries, shrubs


15.10




Edward Gillett, shrubs


3.00




Louis Lamberton, ashes


42.25




Louis Turgeon, moving building


100.00




Samuel Beaulieu, filling


339.15




J. J. Prew, masonry


55.45




J .J. Slattery, water pipe


203.00




Doane & Williams, lumber


28.27




Sundries


1.50


$2,604.12






Labor




2,375.45







$4,979.57



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284 REPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS

ACCOUNTS AND EXPENDITURES OF EACH OF THE
SEVERAL PARKS.



HAMPDEN PARK.
PAY ROLL.

Park keeper, $973.12

Net Expenditures, $1,332.91
Extra labor, 30.30

BILLS.

Maintenance, 287.84

Improvement, 41.65



$1,332.91 $1,332.91

PROSPECT PARK.
PAY ROLL.

Park keeper, $973.12

Net Expenditures, $1,489.61



Extra labor,


201.62


BILLS.




Maintenance,


314.87




$1,489.61 $1,489.61




ELMWOOD PARK.


PAY ROLL.


Park keepers,
Extra labor,


$973.12

Net Expenditures, $3,175.66
1,440.21


BILLS.




Maintenance,


188.30


Improvement,


574.03



$3,175.66 $3,175.66



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REPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS 285

CANONCHET PARK.

PAY ROLL.

Park keepers, $823.00

Net Expenditures, $979.55
BILLS.

Maintenance. 156.55



$979.55 $979.55

HAMILTON PARK.

PAY ROLL.

Park keepers. $866.00

Net Expenditures, $985.02
Extra labor 28.00

BILLS.
Maintenance, 91.02



$985.02 $985.02

GERMANIA PARK.
PAY ROLL.

Park keepers, $863.00

Net Expenditures, $1,048.44
BILLS.

Maintenance. 185.44



$1,048.44 $1,048.44

RIVERSIDE PARK.
PAY ROLL.

Park keepers, $973.12

Net Expenditures, $6,190.19
Extra labor, 2,375.45

BILLS.

Maintenance. 237.50

Improvement, 2,604.12



$6,190.19 $6,190.19



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REPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS

RANGER PARK.



PAY ROLL.

Labor, $41.25



Net Expenditures, $64.34



Improver


BILLS

nent,


23.09






$64.34


$64.34






COUGHLIN PARK.




Labor,
Bills,




$30.13

Net Expenditures,
$60.20


$90.33




$90.33


$90.33






SULLIVAN SQUARE.




Labor,
Bills,




$73.51

Net Expenditures,
67.52


$141.03



$141.03



$141.03



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REPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS 287

TO WHOM AND FOR WHAT MONEY WAS PAID
OUT DURING THE YEAR.





JANUARY.






To Whom.


For What




Amount.


Crosby Hardware Store "Wire,


$ .20




New Eng. Tel. & Tel.


Co., Telephone,


2.08




New Eng. Tel. & Tel.


Co., Telephone,


2.08


$ 4.36




FEBRUARY.




G. P. Ellison Co.,


Cartage,


- $4.50




G. E. Russell & Co.,


Lock,


.75




J. Russell & Co.,


Repairs,


12.00




J. Russell & Co.


Repairs,


10.50




Sullivan & Tucker,


Waste cock,


11.43




Holyoke Water Works, Key,


5.00




New Eng. Tel. & Tel.


Co., Telephone,


2.09




New Eng. Tel. & Tel.


Co., Telephone,


2.09




Sullivan & Carmody,


Stop cock, labor


, 2.25


$ 50.61




MARCH.




A. F. Gingras,


Team,


$31.25




New Eng. Tel. & Tel.


Co., Telephone,


2.09




New Eng. Tel. & Tel.


Co., Telephone,


2.09




C. E. Glidden,


Barrel,


.50




Alfred Paquette,


Repairs,


1.25











$ 3718




APRIL.






New Eng. Tel; & Tel.


Co., Telephone,


$2.09




New Eng. Tel. & Tel.


Co., Telephone,


$2.09




Crosby rtardware Store, Lock, chain,


.85




A. P. Capen,-


Services,


15.52


<fe 90 55



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REPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS



MAY.



E. D. Wells,

Holyoke Broom Works, ,

Holyoke ,St. Ry. Co.,

J. Russell & Co.,

G. E. Russell & Co.,

Sullivan & Carmody,

Transcript Pub. Co.,

M. J. Kearns,

G. P. Elison & Co.,

A. F. Gingras,

Daniel O'Connell's Sons,

C. W. Johnson,

George H. Allyn for Eliza
A. Whitehouse, land.



Lumber,


$44.65


Telephone,


2.09


Telephone,


2.09


Supplies,


7.94


Brooms.


2.00


Fare books,


35.00


Sower,


10.00


Supplies,


18.84


Stop eoek, etc.,


6.45


Printing,


9.25


Fittings,


2.15


Cartage,


7.10


Team,


18.75


Teams,


116.25


Insurance,


9.40



$ 291.96
$1,250.00



JUNE.



Novelty Machine Co.,
Michael Cleary,
Michael Cleary,
Rehm & Wagner,
R. T. Oakes,
Holyoke St. Ry Co.,
Daniel O'Connell's Sons,
Wm. H. Morehouse,
J. W. Adams,
E. D. Wells & Co.,
Crosby Hardware Store,
G. E. Russell & Co.,
E. H. Frederick,
Sullivan & Carmody,
W. T. Dean,



Repairs,


$1.25


Repairs,


14.48


Repairs,


10.50


Repairs,


2.50


Labor,


.60


Fare books,


10.00


Teams,


390.25


Cartage,


12.38


.Shrubs,


6.00


Supplies,


9.14


Supplies,


18.36


Bolts, nails.


2.95


Packings,


1.35


Labor, etc.,


14.80


Bronze, etc..


3.35



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289



New Eng. Tel. & Tel. Co., Telephone, 2.08

New Eng. Tel. & Tel. Co., Telephone, 2.08

Chase & Cooledge Co., Oil, .30

Crosby Hardware Store, Supplies, 12'.46

Sheldon's Transfer, Cartage, 18.50

A. F .Gingras, Team, 32.50

James Kennedy, Teams, 99.00



$ 664.83



JULY.



Bay State Nurseries,
Eastern Nurseries,
Mt. Hope Nurseries,
W. B. Whittier & Co.,
Dillon Bros.,
Lewis Lamberton,
E. D. Wells & Co.,
W. II. Abbott,
New Eng. Tel. & Tel. Co.,
New Eng. Tel. & Tel. Co.,
Crosby Hardware Store,
G. E. Russell & Co.,
Daniel O 'Council's Sons,
Daniel 'Council's Sons,
Daniel O'Connell's Sons,
Sullivan & Carmody,
Doane & Williams,
Wm .11 .Morehouse,
J. Russell & Co.,
E. F. Dreikorn,
Merrick Lumber Co.,
R. W. Sanderson,

D. J. Landers,
James Kennedy,
Fitzgerald & Co.,

E. F. Dreikorn,



Plants,


$2.00


Plants,


169.28


Plants,


10.85


Plants,


220.56


Hack,


5.00


Ashes,


9.50


Mower, etc..


10.20


Fertilizer,


145.00


Telephone,


2.08


Telephone,


2.08


Fence, etc.,


30.29


Seeds, etc.,


4.68


Teams ,men.


19.00


Teams, men.


114.00


Teams, men,


83.00


Faucet,


.90


Lumber,


7.60


Cartage,


36.40


Hoes,


1.50


Painting,


19.75


Lumber,


17.30


Oil,


.35


Sand,


3.60


Teams,


89.00


Time book,


.10


Paint, etc.,


5.60



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REPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS



Merrick Lumber Co.,




Lumber,


13.38


John Delaney,




Turpentine,


.45


George A. Murphy,




Repairs.


4.00


G. J. Prew & Co.,




Caps, buttons,


36.30


P. Fitzgerald,




Teams,


9.00


Field & .Sinclair,




Flowers,


134.33


John Donoghue,




Team,


11.25


P. J. Kennedy,




Teams,


51.75


A. F. Gingras,




Team,


30.00


Sheldon's Transfer,




Ashes,


27.75


Mrs. Bruno Ezold,




Flowers.


13.55


Mrs. Bruno Ezold,




Flowers,


49.08


Mrs. Bruno Ezold,




Flowers,


42.64


Joseph Beech,




Flowers,


94.30


A. L. Codaire,




Hack,


5.00


George A. Murphy,




Repairs,


3.75


Daniel J. Hartnett,




Services,


125.00


August Voigt,




Cartage,


1.00

<b1 fifiO 1 K




«P-L,UU£ ±0


Holyoke Street Railw


ay


Co., land,
AUGUST.


$700.00


Louis A. Turgeon,




Raising bldg.,


$100.00


J. Gullong,




Key,


.25


J. Russell & Co.,




Hose bands,


.40


Casper Ranger,




See-saws,


52.57


Sullivan & Carmody,




Labor, pipe,


25.71


New Eng. Tel. & Tel.


Co


., Telephone,


2.08


New Eng. Tel. & Tel.


Co


., Telephone,


2.08


D. M. Allison,




Supplies,


1.31


Crosby Hardware Store,


Supplies,


4.00


W. T. Dean,




Paint,


4.20


G. E. Russell & Co.,




Supplies,


3.86


Transcript Pub. Co.,




Stamped env.,


24.00


M .J. Kearns,




Labor,


7.15


Daniel O'ConnelUs Sons,


Teams,


34.88


Daniel 'Connelly Sons,


Teams,


69.75



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Daniel O'Connell's Sons,


Teams,


27.00


Daniel O'Connell's Sons,


Teams,


2.00


D. J .Landers,


Masonry,


39.65


Merrick Lumber Co.,


Slats,


4.00


A. F. Gingras,


Team,


33.75


E. F. Dreikorn.


Paint,


24.60


Catherine Dreikorn.


Storage,


36.00


J. & W. Jolly,


Casting,


.94


Casper Ranger,


Windows.


3.18


James Kennedy,


Teams,


22.50


SEPTEMBER.




Sparrow & McTigue,


Hardware,


$16.40


George Lawrence,


Team,


9.15


Gavin & Moriarty.


Faucet,


1.75


Doane & Williams,


Slats,


14.91


M. J. Kearns,


Repairs,


1.50


Holyoke Broom Works,


Brooms.


1.85


E. F. Dreikorn,


Paint,


4.60


E. D. Wells.


Seed,


2.67


E. H. Frederick,


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