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'""$8,000.00




4-11 Sewers

Maintenance


$ 26,069.17

$ 6,686.20
2,664.49




Construction


$21,172.32






4-12 M isoellaneous

Damages to Persons and Personal


$ 81.48


$ 8,000.00


$ 8,290.69
$ 2,617.79


$21,172.82












$ 2,617.79




Total, Public Highways and Sanitation..


$2,131.69


$83,200.00


$140,563.85


$73,657.36



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SCHEDULE A— IV— Continued.
5. MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISES.





Receipts


Expenditures




Ordinary


Extra-
ordinary


Ordinary


Extra-
ordinary


5-1 Water Worki

Construction






$ 31,034 26
44,407.83




Maintenance








Water Rente


$122,421.72

4,716.18

1,922.66

876.66






Materials, Labor, etc




10,146.94




Interest, Meters






Interest, Bank Deposits








Sinking Fund Appropriation




9,600.00
22,314.98
13,750.00




Taxes








Interest on Bonds
















5-2 6m Plant

Gas


$129,437.22

$149,090.50
13,688.07
3,100.43


$181,253.96




Coke and Tar
















Extensions ,


$22,000.00


$ 22,984.68

112,101.44

14,418.39

19,398.00


$22,000.00








Interest




















131.22












5-3 Sleotric Light 6 Power Plant
Electric Light and Power


$166,829,00

$158,342.97
1,584.21


$22,131.22


$168,882.51


$22,000.00










Extensions


$13,000.00


$ 54.727.14
80,922.08
12,786.11
17,202.00




Operation and Maintenance






Interest








Bonds












116.87














$157,877.18


$13,116.37


$165,687.33
$ 13,610 00




5-4 Holyoke * Westfield Railroad
Dividend














$ 18,610.00




Total Municipal Enterprises


$453,143.40


$35,247.59


$479,388 80


$22,000.00







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SCHEDULE A— TV— Continued.

6. PUBLIC EDUCATION.







Receipts


Expenditures




Ordinary


Extra-
ordinary


Ordinary


Extra-
ordinary


6-1 School!

County of Hampden, Dog Tax


$ 2,200.30
449.14








Tuition








Salaries, Teacher*, Day .
Salaries, Teachers, Eveni
Salaries, Supervisors ....






$142,237.32
5,397.00
4,250.00
5,083.33

3,102.66

2,97119

128.00

13,975.77

1,608.00




















Salaries. Supt., Clerks








Salaries, Truant Officers and Cen-
sus








Salaries, Janitors ,








Salaries, Special Help. L
Text Books and Supplies
Rentals


abor... .






























622.50




Care of Truants






253.42
2,246.57
1,175.03
2,381.33





Furniture and Building S
Printiog and Advertising
Sundries




















40.00










Repairs ")


$ 2,689.44


$185,432.12

$ 15,565.70
13,062,35
485.11
12,071.85
1,080.90
1,928.14
1,91311




Janitors' Salaries


Board
r Public








Janitors' Supplies

Fuel














Lighting

Power














Water 1 Works








Ward Two School 1




$ 4,500.00
9,000.00


$28,175.78


Oakdale School






9,000.00


East Dwight St. School .


115,000.00
















$17 68944


$13,500.00


$ 46,107.16


$37,175:78


Total for Schools


$17,689.44


$13,500.00


$231,539.28
$ 12,500.00


$37,175.78


6-2 Public Library










Total Public Education .




$17,689.44


$13,500.00


$244,039.28


$37,175.78







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SCHEDULE A— IV— Continued.
7. PUBLIC RECREATION.





Receipts


Expenditures




Ordinary


Extra-
ordinary


Ordinary


Extra-
ordinary


7-1 Parki

Lighting






$ 1,144.05
9,877.46
6,242.22




Maintenance








Construction and Improvements...




$18,000.00


$2,000.00


Materials


168.70


Land






7,500.00










7-2 Baths

Maintenance


$6870


$18,000.00


$16,263.73

$ 1,186 18
330.17


$9,500.00


Water
















7-3 Celebration


$ 1,516.35

$ 450.00

400.00

45.00




Veteran Firemen's Muster








Cape Cod Pilgrim Monument




















$ 895.00




Total Public Recreation


$68.70


$18,000.00


$18,675.08


$9,500.00







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SCHEDULE A— IV— Continued.
8. PUBLIC INDEBTEDNESS. (Transactions Daring the Year.)





Receipts Expenditures




Ordinary


Extra-
ordinary


Ordinary


Extra-
ordinary


S-l Beeeipts from Loans, Exclud-
ing Temporary Tax Loans

Park Bonds




$ 18,000.00

13,500.00

110 000 00

35,000.00






School Rood*
















Gat and Electric Light Bonds












| 15,000.00
22,045.16

13,610.00
9,60000




S-2 Payments to Sinking Fund-
City Debt

From Appropriation


$176,50000




From Water Dept., Taxes








From Holyokeand Wesifield Rail-
road, Dividend.-
























4-8 Direst Payment of Matured
Debt

From Tax Levy Direct, City Debt
From Siokine Fund, City Debt ....


$ 60.255.16

$ 42,500.00
166,000.00
36,600.00










Gas and Electric Plant Debt


















$245,100.00




Total Public Indebtedness




$176,500.00


$305,355.16









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SCHEDULE A— IV— Continued.
9. PUBLIC INTEREST.





Receipts


Expenditures




Ordinary


Extra-
ordinary


Ordinary


Extra-

ordinary


9-1 Interest— Sundries

Interest on Bank Deposits


$ 3,518.80
13,750.00

20.00
















Interest Accrued on Bond Issues. .


$1,129.53






Unredeemed Coupons






9-2 Interest on Tsxes


$ 4,909.29








9-8 Payment of Interest on Debt
Upon City Debt




$ 64,127.50
17,831.88

27,204.50
13,750.00












Upon Gas and Electric Plant
























Total Public Interest


122,198.09


$1,129.53


$122,913.88









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SCHEDULE A— IV— Continued.
10. TAXATION.



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Receipts


Expenditures




<* di *^ ordinaVy


°' dl ™y ; orduSry


10-1 Taxes, Baal, Personal, Poll
Taxes 1907


1658,699.25
97,270 88




1


Taxes Other Yean


...

1


Abatements




$ 6,968.15


Refund of Excess Taxes




64.60




Refund of Poll Taxes, Not As-
sessed


36.00















10-2 Other Taxes (Sxoept Fran-
chise Taxes)

Corporation Tax


$756,005.63

$ 52,971.60
2,508.18




$ 6,082.75


Bank Tax




ViiVmia






10-8 Franchise Taxes

Street Railway Tax, City


$ 55,474.78

$ 8,490.36
8,990.69


1 $ 15,988.221

! 1
1


Street Railway Tax, State




' " 1






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10-4 Miscellaneous

State Tax


$ 12,481.05


$ 50,800.00

45,580.20

3,280.81




County Tax








Armory Tax








$ 82,481.00

$ 16.00

68.00

88.00

260.00

885.00

952.00

82.00

28.00

98.00

9.00

8.00

50.00

25.00







10-5 Liquor Licenses
10-6 Other Licenses

Auctioneers


$ 99,561.01
$ 20,620.25






Peddlers


1


Express-.


....


Pool, Billiards & Bowline Alleys


"*:::::::::::::::l::::::::::::::::::i::::::::::::::::::


Exhibitions




Junk Dealers








Second Hand Dealers








Hacks


;•;:::::::






Milk




Oleo




Intelligence Offices


1 1


Pawn Brokers


1 1


Itinerant Vendors


! 1




1




$ 2,014.00




1


Total Taxation .


$908,456.46




$142,202.28












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SCHEDULE A— IV— Continued.
11. SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS.





Receipts


Expenditures


11-1 AitoMinenti for Sewers


13,521.39




Refund for Sewer Assessment


$13.50


11-2 AfteMmentt for Sidewalks


2,806.72








Total Special Assessments


•6,327.11


$13.50



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SCHEDULE A— V.
TRUST FUNDS.



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SCHEDULE A— V.
TRUST FUNDS.




FUNDS


Receipts


Expenditures


Whiting Street Funds. .


$1,562.50

27.47


11,177 75
27.47








Total


11,589.97


$1,205.22



SCHEDULE A— VI.
TEMPORARY ACCOUNTS.





Receipts


Expenditures


i. Temporary Tax Loans

a. Payments from Sinking Fund Into
Treasury to Redeem Matured


$600,000.00
166,000.00


$555,000.00
166,000.00






Total


$766,000.00


$721,000.00



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354 REPORT OF CITY AUDITOR

CONTINGENT ACCOUNT.
EXPENDITURES ITEMIZED.

P. H. Sheehan, Atty., claim, (Busiere) $20 00

T. B. O'Donnell, legal services 55.00

P. H. Sheehan, legal services 350.40

Storey, Thorndike, Palmer & Thayer, legal ser-
vices 125.00

Patrick Bowler, claim, 50.00

Henry Bogart, claim 50.00

Fred W. Boldway, claim 100.00

William P. Buckley, Atty., claim, (Hanratty).. 100.00

J. R. Callahan, Atty., claim, (Shugrue) 175.00

City of Everett, claim, (smallpox Catherine La-

fleur) 322.79

Daniel Connor, claim 100.00

George W. Cook, claim 50.00

Emile Foucher, claim 25.00

P. J. Garvey, Atty., claim, (McDonald) 100.00

James Joyce, claim 200,00

O. A. Lamontagne, Atty., claim, (D'Aigle) . . . . . 100.00

O. A. Lamontagne, Atty., claim, (Keyes) 100.00

Thomas C. Maher, Atty., claim, (Kelliher) 100.00

T. D. O'Brien, Atty., claim, (Shea) 225.00

R. P. .Stapleton, Atty., claim, (Kallaugher) 200.00

Delia Shea, claim, 500.00

Mrs. Edward Sullivan, claim, .* 100.00

Geo. P. B. and Chas. E. Alderman, rent, polling

place 70.00

Onesime Trepanier, rent, polling place 104.00

Abraham Barowsky, rent, polling place 50.00

Field & Sinclair, rent, polling place 50.00

Patrick Green, rent, polling place 80.00

Holyoke Boys' Club, rent, polling place 45.00

James P. Hobert, rent, polling place 25.00

Ilolyoke Machine Co., rent, polling place 15.00

Sons of Zion, rent, polling place 175 00



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St. Jerome T. A. B. Society, rent, polling place. . 70.00

iSullivan & Carmody, plumbing, polling place 2.21

Casper Ranger, putting up election booths and

repairing ballot boxes 17.08

O'Leary Plumbing Co., plumbing and repairing

of election booths 146.60

Gas and Electric Dept., gas, polling places 3.80

John T. Brady, plumbing, polling places 6.00

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, ballot boxes.. 150 00

White Paper Box Co., ballot boxes 30.00

E. K. Tolman, ballot boxes 200.00

M. J. Moynihan, repairing ballot boxes and safe 19.25

Corporation Publishing Co., book 5.00

Eureka Ruling and Binding Co., blank book 6.50

National Blank Book Co., blank book and book

binding 15.00

Holyoke Job Book Bindery, book binding 3.25

George H. Hill, dating and rubber stamps, repairs

ballot boxes 25.25

Morgan, Crossman & Co., dating stamps 6.75

Transcript Publishing Co., advertising 234.22

Telegram Publishing Co., advertising 259.13

Springfield Union, advertising 1.40

Northampton Daily Herald, advertising 17.25

New England Rundschau, advertising 166.13

La Justice Publishing Co., advertising 131.12

Democrat Publishing Co., advertising 134.87

Free Press Publishing Co., advertising 110.38

Die Bene, advertising 97.38

Hampden Gazette, advertising 9.00

H. S. Gere & Sons, advertising 11.25

Anker Printing Co., printing 85.00

H. C. Cady Printing Co., printing 62.25

M. J. Doyle Printing Co., printing 385.75

Free Press Publishing Co., printing 97.75

Transcript Publishing Co., printing 1,965.68

John Ahern, hack and team hire 20.00

T. & J. Dillon, hack and team hire 20.00



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A. P. Gingras, team hire 4.00

M. J. Laporte, cartage, hack and team hire 572.70

Joseph A. O'Donnell, hack hire 4.00

James Sullivan, hack hire 8.00

Boston News Bureau, subscription 12 00

N. P .Avery, traveling and sundry expenses. . . . 515 22
M. J. Griffin, city solicitor, stenographic services •

and traveling expenses 423.33

J. D. Goddu, sundry expenses 10.15

P. J. Tetreault, traveling expenses, express, etc. 10.70

Pierre Bonvouloir, traveling expenses and express 95.40
James Kennedy, President Board of Aldermen,

traveling expenses 73.52

D. W. Kenney, traveling expenses and express. . 78.30
Special Aldermanic Committee, traveling ex-
penses 82.00

James L. Tighe, traveling and sundry expenses 68.00

Johnson, Butler Co., draughting supplies 12.04.

Fitzgerald & Co., stationery, etc 112.58

R. R. Nickerson, stationery 26.50

M. J. Judge, copy book, carbon paper, etc 4.15

Spaulding Print Paper Co., draughting supplies 11.70

Goodall Drug Co., soap 1.25

A. C. Menard, soap 2.00

Millane Bros., soap and cigars 4.50

J. H. Caswell, photographs 13.00

Demers & Sons, photographs 65.00

Gilbert E. Lea, group photograph 67.00

G. E. Trask. photographs 2 92

Cosette Bonvouloir, typewriting 30.00

Elizabeth V. Coffey, typewriting 5.00

Ilolyoke Business Institute, typewriting 42.23

J. H. Rafter, typewriter 25.00

Remington Typewriter Co., repairs on tvpewriter

and McMillan book ! 14.10

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., typewriter, desk,

chair and typewriter support 183.40



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F. S. Webster & Co.. typewriter ribbons 4.50

Chas. A. Chase, Postmaster, postage 562.52

Frederick Kilian, postage 3.42

John F. Sheehan, express and postage 7.S0

American Express Co., express 6.44

Jesse E. Sheldon, expenses to Boston (Alder-
manic Committee) 23.25

W. T. Walsh, express 1.30

R. W. Magna, automobile hire 15.00

Burrington Motor Co., automobile hire 16.50

E. C. Clarke & Co., premium, treasurer's bond. . 75.00
J. H. O'Connell, premium, treasurer's and tax

collector's bonds 300.00

John Tilley & Co., repairs, chair .75

Collins & Murray, repairs linoleum and desk 20.00

A. N. Lapointe, services as constable 5.40

W. J. Howes, witness fees 45.00

V. J. O'Donnell, deputy sheriff' fees 8.24

Hotel Hamilton, dinners. County Commission... 12 00

David F. Murray, lunches (recounting votes) . . . 20.00

Holyoke Ice Co., ice 27.83

Thomas J. Anderson, cigars 3.00

Kaffir Cigar Co., cigars 9.00

Library Bureau, cabinet and cards 21.31

Wm. J. Nagel, revised laws 5.00

G. & C. Merriam Co., dictionary 30.00

Price & Lee Co., directories 22.50

Felix F. Daus Duplicator Co., duplicator and rib-
bons 6.00

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., adding machine 375.00
W. & L. E. Gurley. test, weight, graduates, seal,

etc 8.91

F. S. Blanchard, Massachusetts Year Book 16.00

L. II. Clarke, M. D., professional services 20.00



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J. C. Hubbard, M. D., professional services (hy-
drophobia case) 5.00

E. D. Warren, M. D.. professional services (Pas-
teur treatment) 250.00

Dr. J. J. Moynihan, V. ,S., examination of horses

and treating dogs (rabies) 29.20

G. E. Ball Drug Co., chemicals, sponges 2.05

Hall Bros., pens and penholders 1.95

Connor Bros., pens and penholders 14.50

C. Dimond, pens 3.00

Carter's Ink Co., ink i 16.00

B. Butlar, brush .! | 1.10

John H. Hargreaves, acid, marking acid : . 10.00

Maiden Specialty Co., acid and powder 27.00

J. H. Gifford, dog tags 30.00

A. Steiger & Co., felt 2.95

J. R. Smith, matches 1.00

G. E. Russell & Co., hardware 22.45

Geo. L. Goodyear, telephone half year for 1907. . 12.50

Gallivan Bros., flowers 10.00

X. M. Nolan, flowers 10.00

Thomas J. Morrow, clock 18.00

J. C. Lutz Lithograph Co., lithographing 180.00

R. T. Oakes & Co., shade 1.50

John F. Quigley, floor wax 13.00

Wm. F. Russell, protectograph 30.00

New England Telephone & Telegraph Co., tele-
phone and tolls 179.90

New England Towel Supply, laundry 34.00

Wm. B. Whiting Coal Co., coal 2.80

Walter W. Eaton, expert auditing 338.10

J. J. Byrnes, Veteran Firemen Asso'n celebration 400.00

Kilpatrick Post, G. A. R., Memorial Day 400.00

Nelson A. Miles Camp, Spanish War Veterans.. 50.00
E. E. Stone, contribution Cape Cod Pilgrim Mon-
ument 45.00



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Michael Ginley ,labor Sealer Weights and Meas-
ures ' . 315.00

George Shine, labor Sealer Weights and Measures 9.00

Pay roll, janitors, polling places 160.00

Pay roll, stenographer Tax Collector 211.01

Pay roll, precinct officers 840.00

Pay roll, special police, polling places 44.00

John F. Sheehan, City Clerk, recording births,

marriages and deaths 1,123.10



$17,371.91



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360 REPORT OF CITY AUDITOR

BIRTH RETURNS.

Carl A. Allen $4.00

Gardner Cox 14.00

0. J. Comtois.. 13.00

F. J. Cloutier 14.00

F. F. Celce 18.50

Jean Celce 12.50

Thomas E. Cavanaugh 1.75

Josephine De la Neuville 1.50

Ella M. Davis 2.00

R. E. Dickson 2.25

Anna Drozdowska 22.00

W. G. Deroin 44.50

J .A. Donner 1.50

Mary Duey 1.00

Joseph H. Dixon : 1.25

Adolph Franz 8.75

Geo. J. Hebert 12.50

G. L. Gabler 2.00

Geo. E. Hunt 2.75

Alice E. Hunt .75

Fred A. Mead .50

Geo. L. Kinne 26.00

,S. A. Mahonev 11.50

J. A. Marin 13.25

J. J. McCabe 4.25

W. Kazalska 2.00

Mrs. Eliza Kelly 4.25

" Domethile Payette 1 .75

II. R. Sackett 2.50

Geo. C. Robert 1.25

W. M. St. Georges .75

William Teahan 7.00

F. A. Woods 2.00

A. R. W T etherell 3.50

Mrs. R. Wruek 18.2.">



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S. J. Benoit .75

J. L. Bliss 4.25

J. J. Carroll 1.25

H. E. Chaput 8.75

R. G. Eaton .50

J. 0. Beauchamp .25

George G. Hitchcock .25

E. J. McNamara .25

Benjamin Fagnant .25

Hubert T. Dean .25

J. C. Hubbard 5.75

E. H. Tierney 2.75

John P. Shine 4.25

J. J. O'Connor 2.75

Edward D. Warren 4.75

H .E. Miner 7.75

Lillian West 6.75

H. L. Hirsch 2.25

D. F. Donoghue 15.00

R. Morrison .25

J. E. Brindamour 13.75

G. H. Smith .25

M. J. Mclntee 4.00

$366.25



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DEATH RETURNS.

C. R. Alger $26.25

D. F. Barry 20.75

C. Blais Co 9.25

A. L. Codaire & Co 13.00

Dillon Bros 43.75

Joseph Dupont 17.75

A. F. Gingras 28.75

James P. Hobert 18.25

Wells Lathrop 18.00

J. A. O'Donnell 12.50

T. F. Ryan 10.75

John B. Shea 15.00

Sampson & Sweeney 25

J. Francis Brown .25

A. Gordon 2.00

W. C. Xaughton .50

J. H. Chine .25

N. L. Byron .75

E. D. Washbume .50

Frank J. Shea .25

V. E. Mitchell .25

W. L. .Smith .25

M. T. O'Brien .50

Cadwell & Perry 25

E. D. Marsh .25

J. J. Hafey .75

Antony Symaski .25

Charles Gardner .25

M. Claphouse .25

Herbert F. Shaw .25

$242.00
Transfers to other departments $2,980.69

Total $20,960.85



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SALARIES.
SALARY ACCOUNT ITEMIZED.

N. P. Avery, Mayor $1,958.40

John F. Sheehan, City Clerk 1,600.00

Pierre Bonvouloir, City Treasurer 3,200.00

D. W. Kenney, City Auditor 2,000.00

Thomas F. McCabe, Tax Collector 3,500.00

Willara T. Walsh, City Messenger 1,300.00

M. J. Griffin, City Solicitor 1,200.00

P. J. Tetreault, Sealer Weights and Measures. . . 637.99

J. D. Goddu, Sealer Weights and Measures 361.97

A. Judson Rand, Caretaker City Hall Clock 50.00

John F. Sheehan, Registrar of Voters 200 00

James J. Dunn, Registrar of Voters 200.00

Thomas .Stansfield, Registrar of Voters 200.00

Charles U. Roy, Registrar of Voters 200.00

Casper Ranger, Chairman License Commission.. 350.00

M. J. Bowler, License Commissioner 300.00

D. H. Ives, License Commissioner 300.00

Frederick Kilian, Clerk License Commission 250.00

Mary M. Rooney, Stenogrpher, City Auditor 600.00

John C. Doran, Clerk of Committees 150.00

Jeremiah Scannell, City Hall Janitor 912.50

Care of City Hall, additional 1,005.00

Contingent 24.00

Precinct Officers 840.00

Transferred to General Receipts 410.14

Total $21,750.00



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CITY INDEBTEDNESS

City Debt Not Exempted



Bonds, 10 years 4 per cent, Municipal,
« 10 " 4 " " " (Fire Dep't)

10 " Z% " " " (Litigation)

Total Unexempted Debt



Due Sept. 1, 19(8,
M May 1, 1909,
44 July 1, 1909,



$90,000.00

7,000.00

30,000.00

$127,000.00



Exempted D*bt**



Bonds, 20 '


pears 4


per cent


. H. and W


R.


R.


Stock,


Due Oct.


1, 1910,


$166,000.00




20


44 4


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1


H. and S.


H.


Falls Bridge,


41 Sept.


1, 1911,


85,000.00




20


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Sewer,








44 May


1, 1913,


50,000.00




* . 20


" 4


"


1


H. and W


R


R.


Stock


44 July


1. 1913,


60,000.00




20


44 4


«


i


Sewer,








44 Oct.


1, 1913,


100,000.00




20


44 4


«


i


H. and W


Bridge,


44 June


1, 1914,


105,000.00




20


44 4


"


«


School








44 June


1,1916,


150,000.00




20


44 4


««


*


School








44 July
44 Mch.


1, 1916,


100,000.00




20


44 4


«


«


School








1, 1917,


109,000.00




30


44 4


it


«


Water








44 Jan.


1, 1927,


250,000.00




30


44 4


a


<


Water








44 July


1, 1930,


50,000.00


10


Exempted D
Total debt m


<
ebt


Water








44 June


1, 1913,


50,000.00




$1,275,000.00
$1,402,000.00






et


by Sinking


Fund.









* Exempted by special Acts of the Legislature.



SINKING FUNDS



Sinking Fund, Water Bonds,

Sinking Fund, City Debt

Holyoke and Westrteld R. R. Stock, par value,



Net Debt .



$ 99,865.82
205,01373
226,500.00



$531,379.55
$870,620.45



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REPORT OF CITY AUDITOR



36s



Serial Loans, Unexempted



Bonds,



20


vrs


.*x%


10


(i


*x%


10


(4


4 %


30


"


4 %


10


11


s%%


10


II


SH%


15


II


3M%


10


II


4 %


30


II


4 %


10


"


*X%


30


"


4 %


20


"


4 %


10


II


4 %


18


14


4 %



School ($7,500 annually),
Municipal ($7,000 annually),
Highways ($3,000 annually),
Sewers ($1,000 annually),
Highways ($1,000 annually),
Highways, Sewers and Sidewalks

($9,500 annually),
School ($5,000 annually),
Municipal ($6,500 annually),
Sewer ($1,000 annually),
School ($i,CC0 annually),
Park ($1,000 annually to 1913,
$500 annually to 1937),
Municipal ($2,000 ann'ly to 1919,
$1,500 ann'ly to 1927),
Municipal ($8,000 ann'ly to 1914,

$7,500 ann'ly to 1917),
School ($500 annually),



Due May

44 June

" May

44 May

" Aug.

44 Mch.

" Sept.

" Aug.

" Aug.

44 Sept.

" Apr.

" Apr.

44 Apr.

44 Apr.



1, 1901-20,
1, 1903-12,
1, 1905-14,
1, 1905-34,
1, 1905-14,

1, 1906.15,
1, 1906-20,
1, 1907-16,
1, 1907-36,
1, 1907-12,

1, 1908-37,

1, 1908-27,

1, 1908-17
1, 1908-25



$97,500.00

35,000.00

21,000.00

27,000.00

7,000.00

76,000.00
65,000.00
58,500.00
29,000.00
' 5,000.00

18,000.00

36,000.00

78,500.00
9,000.00

$562,*00.00



StRiiL Loans, Exempted



Bonds, 30 yrs. $4% Gas and Electric Light ($24,000
annually,
10 " Z%% Gas & E. Light ($3,600 ann'ly),
15 4 * Z%% Gas & E. Light ($2,000 ann'ly),
15 " Z%% Gas & E. Light ($5,000 ann'ly),
15 " 3%% Gas & E. Light ($2,000 ann'ly),
14 " 4 '% Gas & E Light ($2,500 ann'ly),



Grand Total Net Debt.



Due Dec.
44 Oct.
44 Nov.
44 April
44 Sept.
44 Apr.


1,
1,
1,
1,
1,
1,


1903-32
1904-13
1905-19
1906-20
1906-20
1908-21


$600,000.00
21,600.00
24,000.00
63,000.00
26,000.00
35,000 00




$ 769,60000
$2,202,720.45



ASSETS

Water Works,

All other City Buildings, \ assessed valuation,

Land and Parks ) real estate only,

Gas and Electric Light Plants, assessed valuation,



Excess of assets over liabilities,



$1,296,773.85

1,948,91500
1 006,680.00



$4,252,368.85
$2,049,648.40



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REPORT OF CITY AUDITOR



CASH ACCOUNT



1906
Dec. 1.— Cash on hand, $140,049.50
Nov. 30— Receipts to date, 2,246,573.frl



1907
Nov. 30.— Disbursements to date, $2,224,410.95
Nov. 30.— Balance 162,212.36



$2,386,623.31



$2,386,623.31



LOANS— SERIAL BONDS



1907






1907




Oct. 31-Tranafer to Paiks,


$18,00000


Oc!.31


.-Patk Bonds.
Municiral Bonds,






44 City Yd. Building,
' " Engine Home Addn.,


18,000.00


44






7,000.00


"


School Bonds,






" Ward Two School,


3,000.00


"


Municipal Bonds,






" Sewers, Construction,


8,00000


"


Interest Accrued,






" New Fire Engine,


1,800 00


"


Gas and Electric Bonds






" Sidewalks,


5,200.00


•'


Interest Accrued,




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