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Committed to the Hampden
County Truant School

Committed to the care of the
State Board of Charity

Committed to the Woman's Re-


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Furnished Sureties to keep the


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REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OF POLICE 9 1



MISCELLANEOUS DUTIES PERFORMED BY THE
POLICE.

Number of children found and restored to parents. . 208

Number of lodgers accommodated 435

Number of meals furnished prisoners 2,795

Number of buildings found open and unsecured. . . . 819

Number of dead bodies found 19

Number of fire alarms given 23

Number of fires extinguished without alarms 29

Number of defective fire alarm boxes reported 38

Number of sick and injured persons assisted 43

Number of stray teams taken up 46

Number of street lamps reported not lighted 706

Number of arrests for other cities 23

Number of warrants for liquor served 7

Number of bicycles reported stolen and not recovered 12

Number of bicycles stolen and recovered 23

Number of bicycles found and returned to owners. . 31

Number of safe doors found open 7

Number of dogs shot 107

Number of defective sidewalks reported 511

Number of defective catch-basins reported 51

Number of insane persons cared for 48

Number of dipsomaniacs committed to Foxboro.... 1

Number of notices served 705

Value of property stolen $6,054

Value of property recovered $4,861

Amount of money reported stolen $1,654

Amount of money recovered $903



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92 REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OF POLICE

REPORT OP THE FEMALE DEPARTMENT FOR THE
YEAR ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1907.

Assault and battery 8

Assault with a dangerous weapon 1

Assault on an officer 1

Breach of the peace 4

Common night walker 3

Drunkenness 81

Fornication 2

Illegal sale of intoxicating liquor 1

Keeping a house of ill fame 1

Larceny from the person 1

Lewd and lascivious cohabitation 1

Larceny 6

Neglected child 23

Violation of the butter law 1

Vagrancy 12

150

Insane 13

Lodgers 6

DISPOSITION OF CASES.

Appealed 2

Bound over to the Superior Court 3

Committed to the House of Correction 12

Committed to House of Correction for non-payment

of fine 27

Committed to the Woman's Reformatory Prison.... . S

Committed to the State Board of Charity 8

Discharged 4

Fined and paid 41

Probated and discharged 6

Placed on file 23

Released 16

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REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OF POLICE 93

I regret having to report a notable increase in the num-
ber of women arrested during the year, and as usual drunk-
enness claims many victims.

Eight women have been committed to the Woman's
Reformatory Prison at Sherborn, five young girls have been
placed in care of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd at Spring-
field, a large number of children who have been brought
before the court for neglect are being cared for by the Sis-
ters of Providence at Brightside and Mt. St. Vincent.

I wish to express my thanks to the Marshal and his
assistants, also to the members of the force for their cour-
teous treatment at all times and for their ready co-operation
in my work.

Respectfully submitted,

KATE MOYNIHAN,

Police Matron.



THE FOLLOWING IS THE RECORD OF THE SIGNAL

SYSTEM.

Duty calls from patrolmen 133,571

Telephone calls 1,426

Wagon calls, days 369

Wagon calls, nights 647

Miles run 1,017



CHANGES IN THE DEPARTMENT.

Cornelius J. Louney, appointed January 28. 1884. was
placed on the pension roll December 18. 1906.

James T. Welch, appointed January 1, 1907.
John J .Grady, appointed February 1. 1907.
Henry Sussenguth, appointed October 23. 1907.



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94



REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OF POLICE



IN MEMORIAM.



GEORGE P. BUCKLEY.

Appointed February 19, ]895.

Died January 17, 1907.



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REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OF POLICE 95

FINANCIAL REPORT.

Total appropriation $54,000.00

Receipts from police court 4,877.04

Receipts from Hampden County. .' 689.00

Received from all other sources 1,161.00

$60,727.09

EXPENDITURES.

Pay roll $56,859.09

Miscellaneous expenses 3,868.00

$60,727.09

In compliance with a provision of the Charter, I re-
spectfully recommend an appropriation for the ensuing year
of $61,500.00.

ITEMS.

Appropriation $61,500.00

Estimated receipts 4,500.00

$66,000.00

Pay roll $63,600.00

Expenses 2,400.00

$66,000.00

Assuming the office of marshal in the closing days of
May, I found it in most excellent condition respecting the
character and deportment of its members and the efficiency
of its work. Not only was there in the main a cheerful
compliance to the rules and regulations of the department,
but a manifest disposition on the part of the force to excel
in the performance of duty. This sentiment on the part of
the members of the force has made the duties of my position
pleasant and agreeable.



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96 REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OF POLICE

The immunity from serious crime which this community
has enjoyed the past year is a matter for congratulation,
With the exception of the murder of Eugene Antico, nothing
of any great magnitude has occurred. The perpetrator of
this crime, although a stranger in this city, having been in
the city only a few hours, is known to this department ; and
while we have been unable to locate him to the present time,
we are still making diligent search and are confident of being
able to apprehend the guilty party.

RECOMMENDATIONS.

I can but renew the recommendations of my predeces-
sor, of the necessity of a change in our signal system. The
present system has been in use for the past nine years, it is
owned by the New England Telephone Company, and is far
from satisfactory. I would earnestly recommend the in-
stallation of the Gamwell Police Signal System, believing
that it would be a valuable addition to the equipment of
this department.

CONCLUSION.

I desire to acknowledge my obligation to Assistant Mar-
shal Patrick Herbert. Captain Timothy Haley, Lieutenant
Patrick E. Sullivan, the special duty officers, as well as the
rank and file of this department who have so ably sustained
me in discharging the duties of my office.

I wish to extend my sincere thanks to his honor. Mayor
Nathan P. Avery, for the prompt and hearty support he has
given me in fulfilling the duties of my office.

I also extend my thanks to Hon. Edward W. Chapin,
and Tho.mas J .Tierney, justice and clerk respectively of
the police court, as well as all other city officials for the
many courtesies shown men.

Respectfully submitted,

THOMAS J .LYNCH,

Marshal.



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ANNUAL REPORT OF

Board of Public Works.



To the Honorabh, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen.

Gentlemen:— The eleventh annual report of the Hoard
of Public Works for the fiscal year of 1907 is herewith pre-
sented for your consideration. The Board refrains from
recommendations further than to hope that it may be given
sufficient funds to complete the plans for the betterment of
the streets, sidewalks, sewers, and other property, which
have, from time to time, been outlined in annual reports
and special communications from this department.

The year has witnessed the completion of the Walnut
street storm water sewer system and of the Ward Two
(Morgan) school building; the purchase of a site for the
proposed Oakdale school building, which it is hoped can be
erected during the coming season. A creditable city yard
building has been constructed. A suitable addition to the
Highland engine house has been built ; and work was com-
menced upon the separation of grades of the Holyoke and
Westfield railroad tracks at Jackson street. This latter
work will be completed as soon as is possible in 1908, and
will relieve a congestion of traffic in that section of the city.

The Bridge street and Back street school buildings were
disposed of by order of the Board of Aldermen and repairs
undertaken at the Sargeant street school building to relieve
the crowded conditions in the South Chestnut street school
and at South Holyoke.

A larger yardage of sidewalk resurfacing was done
during the season than in any one year during the history
of the Board.



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98 REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

Appleton street was paved with vitrified blocks from
Beech street to Dwight street, and curbing laid in the same
location.

In accordance w T ith an opinion of the City Solicitor,
the janitors in the public school buildings came under the
Board February 1, 1907. A statement of the expenses in
that department will be found annexed hereto.

The widening and improving of Pleasant street north
of Dwight street was completed during the summer.

Much work has been done upon the streets in laying
a form of bituminous or tarviaized pavement, using the tar
from the gas works in place of the more expensive materials
generally used in this form of pavement.

A storm water sewer was laid in Appleton street from
Oak street to Sycamore street, and it is hoped to continue
the same through Oak street to Suffolk street, thence down
Suffolk street to discharge into the storm water sewer at
Pine street, just completed.

The financial statements hereto annexed, to which your
attention is invited, show in detail all of the work accom-
plished during the year and the cost thereof.

Respectfully submitted,

M. F. WALSH, Chairman,
G. POTVIX, JR.,
WILLIAM A. CHASE,

Board of Public Works



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REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 99

THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.

Established January 4, 1897, by I lis Honor, the Mayor,
under the provisions of Title Six, Chapter Thirty- four, of
an Act to revise the Charter of the City of Ilolyoke, which
provides for appointment of members by the Mayor without
confirmation.

ORGANIZED JANUARY 4, 1897.



ORGANIZATION FOR 1907.



Michael F. Walsh. Chairman, Term expires February, 1908
Gilbert Potvin, Jr., Term expires February, 1910

Wm. A. Chase, Term expires February, 1909



CLERK.

James L. Tighe, City Engineer, Term expires February, 1908

ASSISTANT CLERK.

Oscar C. Ferry, elected January 22, 1897, by the Board,
under Civil Service Rules.



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD AND THEIR TERMS SINCE
ORGANIZATION.

James H. Newton. Chairman, Januarv 4, 1897, to December

31, 1897.
Michael F. Walsh. Chairman, January 4, 1897.
William B. Reid, January 4, 1897, to February 7, 1898.
Oren D. Allyn, January 1, 1898, to February 5, 1906.
Gilbert Potvin, Jr., February 7, 1898.
William A. Chase, February 5, 1906.



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REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS



DEPARTMENT ACCOUNTS, 1907.



Total Appropriations.

Receipts and Transfer

Department. Transfers to from.

Alleys $25,069.17

City Hall Fund *1,875.00

City Property 38.541.43 1,011.85

Fuel 20,000.00 107.13

Highways and Bridges.. 40,613.29 8,387.00

Lighting 39,287.77

Public W'ks Cont'g't... 721.22

Salaries Bd. P. W 8,767.14

Sewers 8,989.97 685.78

Sidewalks 17,725.23

Street Watering 10.800.00 39.43

Water Rent 12,115.26

Ward Two Sch'l App. . . . 28,418.43

Perm't H'wav Work 53,026.48

Perm't Sewer Work 21,172.32

Janitors' Salaries 16,161.54

Janitors' Supplies 575.00 89.89

City Y'd New B'd'g 18,040.00

Oakdale School 9,000.00

iriand Eng. House Add. 7,000.00
Jackson St. Underpass... 35.000.00
Bridge St. School 15,000.00 15,000.00



Expenditures.

$25,069.17

1,875.00

26,350.44

19,892.89

30,974.29

39,287.77

721.22

8,767.14

8.304.19

17.725.23

10,760.57

12.115.26

28.175.78

45,848.67

21,172.32

16,161.54

485.11

15,744.95

9.000.00

7,000.00

1,426.37



Balance

carried

to 1908.



•11,178.94
1,252.00



242.W
7,167.81



2,295.05



33.573.fi3



427,899.05 $25,321 .08 $346,867.89 $55,71 (UH



♦Included also in City Property.

**$! 1,045.90 reserved for School Repair Account.



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REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS IOI



CITY PROPERTY DEPARTMENT.

Supplies and

School Buildings. Maintenance. Payrolls. Total.

Appleton Street School... $246.92 $61.81 $308.73

•Bridge Street School 49.61 29.94 79.55

•Back Street School

•*E. Dwight .Street School

Elmwood School 289.31 95.95 385.26

Elm Street .School 264.69 98.49 363.18

Hamilton Street School 1,844.80 85.84 1,930.64

High School 579.85 155.27 735.12

Highland School 649.82 72.09 721.91

Ingleside School 13.86 8.59 22.45

Miscellaneous 686.02 58.26 744.28

Xonotuck Street School... 70.24 135.53 205.77

No. Chestnut Street School 556.71 177.40 734.11

Park Street .School 1,645.99 406.47 2,052.46

Sargeant Street School.... 229.84 60.05 289.89

School Street School 402.93 34.25 437.18

So. Chestnut Street School. 367.75 150.78 518.53

Springdale .School (New). 792.66 77.28 869.94

**Springdale School (Old) .63 .63

West Street School 225.13 76.26 301.39

West Holyoke School 85.35 10.22 95.57

Ward Two .School 704.45 110.56 815.01

$9,705.93 $1,905.67 $11,611.60

♦Sold 1907.

••Not at present used for school purposes.



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REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS



CITY PROPERTY DEPARTMENT.

Special School Building Repair Account.



School Building.

Appleton Street School. . . .

Carlton Street School

E. Dwight Street ,School..

Elm wood School

Elm Street School

Hamilton Street School. . . .

High School

Highland School

Xonotuck Street School ....
No. Chestnut Street ,School

Park Street School

Sargeant Street School. . . .
Springdale School (New)..

West Street School

Ward Two New School



Supplies and
Maintenance


Pay Rolls.


Total.


$14.12


$2.97


$17.09


9.80




9.80


10.00




10.00


65.00




65.00


3.25


2.25


5.50


3.80




3.80


23.27


19.38


42.65


.32




.32


11.79




11.79


1.20




1.20


517.54


7.50


525.04


3,063.78


10.75


3.074.53


5.08




5.08


.68




.68


157.80


23.82


181.62



$3,887.43 $66.67 $3,954.10



CITY PROPERTY DEPARTMENT.
Fire Department Houses.



Elmwood Engine House .
Emerald Engine House . .
High ,Street Engine House
Highland Engine House. .
Mt. Tom Engine House. .
Relief Engine House



Supplies and
Maintenance.


PayrolU.


Total.


$216.94


$150.41


$367.35


168.16


120.81


288.97


403.33


158.64


561.97


94.71


40.47


135.18


173.57


92.51


266.08


270.23


161.10


431.33



$1,326.94 $723.94 $2,050.88



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REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS



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CITY PROPERTY DEPARTMENT.
Other Buildings.

Supplies and

Maintenance. Payrolls.

Bath House, Ward One.... $148.16 $325.40

Bath House, Ward Four... 17.77 289.13

Bath House, Ward Six 88.26 317.46

City Farm 1.848.16 436.22

City Hall 3,918.23 393.75

City Yard Buildings 82.64 .37

Hillside Hospital 17.10

Rifle Range 66.05 9.50



Total.

$473.56

306.90

405 72

2,284.38

4,311.98

83.01

17.10



$6,186.37 $1,771.83 $7,958.20



CITY PROPERTY DEPARTMENT.



All Other Expenses.



Name.


Supplies and
Maintenance.


Boilers


. . $297.40


Elm Street Shop


11.19


Fountains, Sanitary


15.10


Horse


299.41


Lewis, E. C


50


Main Street Fountain...


33.9f>


Skating Rink


1.20



Payrolls.



10.69



106.18



$658.79 $116.87



Total.

$297.40

21.88

15.10

299.41

.50

33.99

107.38

775.66



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104 REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

FUEL DEPARTMENT.

Material

Building. and Supplies. Payrolls. Total.

Appleton Street School... $863.00 $863.00

Bridge .Street School 331.77 331.77

City Farm 4,896.69 4,896.69

City Hall 874.68 874.68

City Yard Buildings 36.25 36.25

Elmwood School 1,497.50 1,497.50

Elrawod Engine House 315.00 315.00

Elm Street School 579.13 579.13

Hamilton Street School... 869.36 869.36

High School 2,588.70 2,588.70

Highland School 847.65 847.65

High Street Engine House. 341.40 341.40

Highland Engine House... 493.25 . . 493.25

Hillside Hospital 36.25 36.25

Ingleside School 76.00 76.00

Mt. Tom Engine House 460.75 460.75

Miscellaneous 16.75 16.75

Nonotuck Street School... 339.95 339.95

No. Chestnut .Street School 105.10 105.10

Park Street School 564.00 564.00

Relief Engine House 350.00 350.00

Sargeant Street School 316.00 316.00

School Street School 167.65 167.65

So. Chestnut Street School 652.25 652.25

.Springdale School 565.00 565.00

Ward Two New School . . . 1.284.29 1.2S4 29

West Street School 412.50 412.50

West Holvoke School 12.00 12.00



$19,880.87 $12.00 $19.892.s7



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REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS



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LIGHTING DEPARTMENT.
School Buildings.

Gas Electric

Name. Lighting. Lighting. Power. Total.

Appleton St. School $94.30 $115.08 $209.38

Bridge St. School 10.70 57.60 68.30

Elmwood School 74.30 100.80 175.10

Elm Street School 8.40 45.40 53.80

Hamilton St. School 58.50 .42 69.42 128.34

High School 85.40 257.70 1,292.52 1,635.62

Highland School 38.20 38.30 # 265.30 341.80

Nonotuck St. School 1.30 102.72 104.02

N. Chestnut St. School 46.30 46.30

Park St. School 14.70 52.92 67.62

Springdale ,Sc'l (New) 16.30 . / 16.30

West St. School 42.40 46.50 91.12 180.02

$490.80 $388.32 $2,147.48 $3,026.60



LIGHTING DEPARTMENT.




Fire Department Houses.






Gas


Electric




Name.


Lighting.


Lighting.


Total.


Elmwood Engine House..


$94.60


$9.10


$103.70


Emerald Engine House . .


22.85


27.30


50.15


High Street Engine House


85.90


333.60


419.50


Highland Engine House..


130.30




130.30


Mt. Tom Engine House..


51.80


138.20


190.00


Relief Engine House


62.30


143.80


206.10



$447.75 $652.00 $1,099.75



♦Gas engine.



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Io6 REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

LIGHTING DEPARTMENT.
Buildings Other than Schools and Fire Departments.



WATER RENT DEPARTMENT.

'ire Hydrants $5,120.00

chool Buildings 1,913.11

Ingine Houses 191.53

treet Watering 1,830.83

►ther Purposes 486.62

torse Street Fountains 2,243.00

»ath Houses 330.17

$12,115.26



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REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS IO/

JANITORS' SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT.

Names of Buildings. Materials and Supplies.

Appleton Street School $26.21

Bridge Street School 11.87

Elm Street School 15.09

Elmwood .School 24.70

General Supplies, Stock on hand Nov. 30, 1907. . . 100 67

Hamilton Street School 37.13

High School 101.41

Highland School 34.18

Ingleside School 7.25

Miscellaneous 2.00

Nonotuck Street School 3.85

North Chestnut Street School .85

Park .Street School 15.90

School Street School 3.61

South Chestnut Street School 31.17

Springdale School 13.35

Ward Two New School 19.69

West Street School 31.95

West Holyoke .School 4.23



$485.11
ALLEY DEPARTMENT.

Materials

Account and Supplies. Payrolls. Totals.

Ashes, removal of $86.50 $20,628.19 $20,714.69

5.90 14.91

4.00 4.00

2,294.12 2,294.12

1.12 36.12

25.00

9.30 208.93

1.747.60

23.80



xtaii^ra, x ^jjiu v ax vjl

Dumping grounds

Miscellaneous


9.01


Papers, removal of

Teams, maintenance

Telephone service

Tools, new


35.00

25.00

199.63


Garbage, removal of . . . .
Tools, maintenance


.. 1,747.60
23.80



Total cash expenditures $2,126.54 $22,942.63 $25,069.17



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108 REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT.

Materials
Work. Credit Balance. and Supplies. Payrolls. Totals.

Appleton street, first
level canal bridge,
maintenance $410.08 $73.37 $483.45

Appleton street, second
level canal bridge
maintenance 93.37 16.06 109.43

Asphalt blocks $15.56

Appleton street, main-
tenance 11.08 45.73 56.81

Bridges, miscellaneous
repairs and mainten-
ance

Bowers street, main-
tenance

Beech street, mainten-
ance

Buffalo Steam Roller

Co., labor for

Boston & Maine R. R.,

labor for

Brick, local 24.00

Crosswalks, mainten-
ance

Country roads, main-
tenance

Cement

City yard building, re-
pairs rebuilding, re-
moving and repaying
yard

Carlton street, main-
tenance

Cabot street, mainten-
ance

Cherry street, widen-
ing and extension
west of Hillside ave. 46.06 46.06



119.24


109.44


228.68


34.71


43.60


78.31


2.62


44.76


47.38




1.13


1.13




1.00


1.00


14.85


1,693.04


1,707.89


17.63


1,396.76


1,414.39


215.82




215.82



256.76


698.35


955.11




2.46


2.46


2.52


7.95


10.47



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REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS IO9

Materials
Work. Credit Balance. and Supplies. Payrolls. Totals.

Crosswalks, new 491.82 103.88 595.70

Cabot street first level
canal bridge mainten-
ance 112.48 26.41 138.89

Cabot street second le-
vel canal bridge
maintenance 7.31 13.55 20.86

Coasting — Essex and
Prospect streets, pro-
tecting 12.2*4 12.24

Horse fountains, new

and maintaining 448.73 121.00 569.73

Castings 17.96

Coal 6.50

Dwight street, mainten-
ance 29.16 29.16

Dwight street foot-
bridge maintenance 2.36 20.28 22.64

Danger signs, erecting
at entrances of pri-
vate streets 28.60 38.49 67.09

Engineering departm't,

labor for 14.37 14.37

Forestry, repairing tree
belts, planting trees
and maintenance pf
trees

Fcwles, J. H., labor for

Gravelled streets clean-
ing

Gravelled streets, mis-
cellaneous repairs..

Gas and Electric depart-
ment, labor for

Hardware

High street, mainten-
ance

Hampden street, main-
tenance

Homestead ave., main-
tenance



4.85


662.65


667.50




1.87


1.87




2,579.22


2,579.22


35.25


258.52


293.77


10.27


36.11


46.38


312.85




312.85


3.02


14.93


17.95


2.11


1.76


3.87




57.43


57.43



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Material*
and Supplies.


Payrolls.


Totals.


39.62


65.03


104.65




1.69


1.69



IIO REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

Work. Credit Balance.

Jackson street, main-
tenance

Lincoln street, main-
tenance

Lyman street first level
canal bridge mainten-
ance 949.89 157.50 1,107.39

Lyman street second le-
vel canal bridge
maintenance 3.01 3.01

Lumber 714.82

Miscellaneous, general

repairs 401.24

Macadam 106.06

Macadam streets clean-
ing

Maple street, mainten-
ance 16.21

Mosher street, mainten-
ance

New England Tel. &

Tel. Co., labor for.. 39.51

Northampton street,
maintaining north of
Morgan street 58.00 91.94 149.94

Xonotuck street, main-
tenance 26.16 26.16

Paved streets cleaning. 6,432.61 6,432.61

Printing and supplies 187.20 187.20

Paint 1.69 1.69

I'ark street mainten-
ance 3.60 2.59 6.19

Pleasant street improve-
ments between Lin-
coln and Dwight
streets 157.90 79.48 237.38

P?pe 40.80

lleasant street, main-
tenance 3.92 16.36 20.28

Prew John J., mater-
ials furnished 54.00 54.00



355.34


756.58


471.77


471.77


26.15


42.36


.53


.53


55.55


95.06



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REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS III



Work. Credit Balance.

Hollers, maintenance. .

South Hadley Falls

bridge, maintenance.

b'now — removal from


Materials
and Supplies.

71.55
116.97


Payrolls.

90.13
68.04


Totals.
161.68

185.01


streets and roads. . .




1,772.04


1,772.04


Snow — removal from








streets and roads








abutting street rail-
way tracks

Snow — removal from

bridge walks




782.77
428.26


782.77
428.26


Sargeant street first le-
vel canal bridge,
maintenance


1.06


.80


1.86


►Sargeant street second
level canal bridge
maintenance


171.40


28.34


199.74


Suffolk street, mainten-








ance


156.05

.67

1.13


6.75
72.64

8.31

14.44

18.21


6.75


Street signs, erecting . .

Sargeant street, main-
tenance


228.69
8.98


South street, mainten-
ance


15.57


Springfield road, main-
tenance


18.21


Summer street, main-




tenance




3.82


3.82


Sand 5.65




Teams, new (3 h) . . . .


825.00




825.00


Teams, maintenance. .



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