Copyright
Holyoke (Mass.).

Municipal register ... online

. (page 7 of 28)
Online LibraryHolyoke (Mass.)Municipal register ... → online text (page 7 of 28)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


Payrolls,

108.62


Totals.

451.30


Northampton street,

walks maintenance.. ...


49.26


71.71


120.97


Oak street, new curbing








(6 in.) abutting part
of premises of A. A
Tyler ...


13.02


3.13


16 15


Oliver street, walks








maintenance ...


* 5.89


6.31


12.20


O'Donnell, T. B., labor








and materials ...


57.11


25.37


82.48


Pine street, new curb-








ing (6 in.) between








Hampden and Lyman
streets ...


179.58


45.24


224.82


Pleasant street, walks








maintenance ...


5.48


8.14


13.62


Sullivan Square park,








repairs to curbing
and maintenance of








walks ...


6.67


72.65


79.32


Tine street, walks main-








tenance ...


12.59


18.83


31.42


Park street, walks




maintenance ...


32.82


53.06


85.88


Pearl street, walks








maintenance ...


39.57


57.44


97.01


Pleasant street, walks








maintenance ...


87.68


148.32


236.00


Race street, walks








maintenance ...


119.05


152.52


271.57


Ranger, Casper, labor

for ...




8.07


8.07


Ryan, John D., labor








for


2.74


5.40


8.14


Sidewalk materials . . . 16.74






Snow removal public








walks ...




521.80


521. SO


Shea, Michael, labor for


17.55


56.27


73. $2


Sanding sidewalks ... ...


17.45


920.62


93 8.07


Snow removal from








bridges ...




2.S5


2.S5



Digit



zed by G00gle



Credit Balance.


Materials
and Supplier.


Payrolls.


Totals.






91.55


91.55




8.00


135.45


143.45






65.84


65.84



47.21


48.08


3.10


3.10


42.98


62.84


38.20


367.17



REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 133

Work.

Snow removal park
walks

Snow plow operation . .

Snow removal private
walks

Suffolk street, mainten-
ance of curbing be-
tween Walnut and
Pine streets .87

Still Isaac, labor for . . .

Suffolk street, mainten-
ance of curbing east
of Newton place 19.86

Sidewalk plant 328.97

Suffolk street, walks
maintenance 6.99 7.84 14.83

Suffolk street, new curb-
ing (6 in.) north side
between Elm wood
school and First Bap-
tist church 317.03 94.81 411.84

South street, new curb-
ing (6 in.) south side
commencing from
Chapin square west-
erly 403.91 137.71 541.62

South street, curbing
maintenance and
changing line at
Brown avenue 31.00 29.32 60.32

South street, walks
maintenance 42.12 58.57 100.69

Suffolk street, new ce-
ment concrete walk
north side between
Maple street and al-
ley east 13.75 13.75

Sargeant. street, walks
maintenance 11.37 16.91 28.28

Summer street, walks
maintenance 40.45 52.01 92.46



Digit



zed by G00gle



134 REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS





Materials






Work: Credit Balance.


and Supplies.


Payrolls.


Totals.


Suffolk street, new walk








north side from Rail-








road street west. ...


17.61


29.23


46.84


Suffolk street, new walk








south side from Rail-








road street west ....


4.22


16.23


20.45


Tools, maintenance . .


13.79


30.50


44.29


Tools, new


52.02


4.21
13.50


56.23


Timekeeper salary ...


13.50


Taylor street, ' walks








maintenance


101.38


142.99


244.37


Union street, walks








maintenance


26.99


40.01


67.00


Walnut street, walks








maintenance


54.22


64.78


119.00


West street, walks








maintenance


12.59


16.52


29.11


Washington avenue








walks maintenance .


47.98


53.49


101.47


Washington avenue








crossing maintenance


5.89


6.99


12.88


Worcester place, walks








maintenance


18.07


22.58


40.6a


Walnut street, new








curbing (6 in.) east








side between Dwight








and Hampden streets


264.12


127.41


391.53


West street, new curb








Ing west side com-








mencing at Mosher








street and running








northerly


17.79


26.46


44.25


West street, new walk








west side between








East Dwight and Sa-








mosett streets


16.84


124.09


140.93


West street, new walk








west side commenc-








ing at Mosher street








and running north-








erly


24.67


79.45


104.12



Digit



zed by G00gle



REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 1 35

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

Washington ave., new
curbing (6 in.) abut-
ting premises of E.
F. Dreikorn 27.80 13.51 41.31

Yard maintenance .... 7.77 7.77



Total $79.07 $8,100.14 $9,704.16 $17,804.30

Less credits 79.07



Total cash expenditures $17,725.23



.STREET WATERING DEPARTMENT.

Electric sprinkler, op-
eration of and main-
tenance of equipment
for $3,411.12 $23.04 $3,434.16

Hydrants for horse
sprinklers, mainten-
ance 4.69 57.28 61.97

Miscellaneous supplies

and tools $17.40

Newton, James H., use

of sprinkler 1.50 1.50

Sprinklers, horse, oper-
ation for streets 19.50 6,057.94 6,077.44

Sprinklers, maitenance

and general repairing 1,036.41 166.49 1,202.90

Totals. $17.40 $4,471.72 $6,306.25 $10,777.97

Less credits 17.40



Total expenditures $10,760.57



OAKDALE .NEW SCHOOL DEPARTMENT.
Site $9,000.00



Digit



zed by G00gle



136 REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS



WARD TWO (MORGAN) SCHOOL DEPARTMENT.



Description. Credits.

Cleaning building after

completion

Ellsworth, E. A., fees. .

General construction . .

Grading grounds,, con-
structing walks and
concrete work

Heating and ventilating

system

Lighting (gas) fixtures

Miscellaneous (supplies

for concrete work) . . $156.97

Plumbing and gas pip-
ing

Plumbing (excavating

for by department) . .

School department, ex-
penditures by



Materials
and Supplies.


Payrolls.


Totals.


$16.66


$42.50


$59.16





293.14


293.14


20.252.46


716.02


20.968.48


158.47


568.16


726.63


1,809.13


77.00


1,886.13


535.15




535.15


1,154.47




1,154.47




118.38


118.38


2,591.21




2,591.21



Totals (gross) $156.97 $26,517.55 $1,815.20 $28,332.75

Less credits $156.97 $156.97



$26,360.58 $1,815.20 $28,175.78



Digit



zed by G00gle



RBPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 1 37

HIGHLAND ENGINE HOUSE ADDITION.







Materials






Work.


Credit Balance.


and Supplies.


Payrolls.


Totals.


Cement


$ .93

•2.320.29








J. H. Fowles




General construction . .




$9,118.00




$9,118.00


Heating, enlargement










to and repairing ex-










isting system






$6.19


6.19


Lighting equipment,




.






wiring and fixtures . .




127.00




127.00


Oakes, R. T


••127. 00








Plumbing, repairing ex-










isting system, addi-










tions to new sewer










connections




6.00


196.10


202.10


Pipe


5.07









Totals (gross) $2,453.29 $9,251.00 $202.29 $9,453.29

Less credits 2,453.29 2,453.29



Net expenditures .. $6,797.71 $202.29.. $7,000.00

JACKSON STREET UNDERPASS.

Materials
Account. Credits. and Supplies. Payrolls. Charges.

Excavating for separa-
tion of grades Jack-
son street, on the
Holyoke & Westfield
tracks, and for abut-
ment piers and re-
taining walls $1,419.01 $1,419.01

Cement $ .93

Sewer maintenance,
lowering manhole and
catch basin at Com-
mercial street $ .93 5.93 6.86

Water pipe, mainten-
ance, replacing pipe



•Balance for 1908 to be deducted from General Construction Account.
••Balance for 1908 to be deducted from Lighting Equipment Account.



Digitized by



Google



138 REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS



Account.

In lowering
Commercial
(Water dep


grade on

street

artment)


Credit Balance.


Materials
and Supplies.

1.43


Payrolls.


Totals.

1.43








Totals


$


.93


$2.36


$1,424.94


$1,427.30


Less credits


itures


.93


Total expend


$1,426.37



CITY YARD BUILDING DEPARTMENT.

N Account.

Brick

Cement

Castings

Excavating, grading,

and concrete work . .

Elevator

Equipment of building.
General construction . .

Hardware

Jones, L. F., contractor

Macadam

Plans and specifications

Pipe

Plumbing

Removing, repairing,

and additions to old

buildings 875.56 812.01 1,687.57

Siding, tracks of New

York, New Haven &

Hartford railroad 20.35 20.35

Sullivan & Carmody 21.00 .85 21.85

Sand 8.50

Salem Elevator Works 1,335.00

Watchman and insp'tor 650.64 650.64

Water department ... 4.52 4.52





Materials






Credit Balance.


and Supplies.


Payrolls.


Totals.


$18.00








335.13








6.62










$220.84


$577.81


$798.65




1,357.85


27.53


1,385.38




30.00




30.00




12,366.03


165J67


12,531.70


.20








412.70








23.25










611.00




611.00


11.07










39.89


113.87


153.76



Totals $2,150.47 $15,542.52 $2,352.90 $17,895.42

Less credits 2,150.4 7



Total cash expenditures $15,744.9o



Digit



zed by G00gle



REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 1 39

SEWER ASSESSMENT.

Transferred to
Account of Levy. Receipts. Sewer Department.

1902 $ 10.00

1904 727.30

1905 976.50

1906 1,807.59

$3,521.39



SIDEWALK ASSESSMENT.

Transferred to
Account of Levy. Receipts. Sidewalk Department.

1901 $ 1.00

1903 184.31

1904 33.32

1905 514.07

1906 2,073.02



$2,805,72



Digiti



zed by G00gle



Digitized by



Google



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

Overseers of the Poor



RELIEF DEPARTMENT.



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

In accordance with the charter and the revised ordin-
ance of the city, the Overseers of the Poor respectfully sub-
mit their thirty-third annual report, it being for the fiscal
year ending November 30, 1907.

OUT-DOOR RELIEF.

The number of persons aided during the year was 2,181,
representing 550 families, at an expense of $24,304.09.

This department also furnished burial for 60 bodies, at
an expense of $631.00.

The total expense for the year, for all classes of partial
and full support, has been as follows:

City, out-door poor $17,128.92

City, sick at hospital 1,516.50

City, burial 263.00

. — $18,908.42

State, out-door poor $2,088.41

.State, sick at hospital 734.00

State, burials 272.00

3,094.41

Cities and towns, out-door poor 1,850.26

Cities and towns, sick at hospital. . . 355.00

Cities and towns, burial 96.00

2,301.26



Digit



zed by G00gle



142 REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

Overseers of the Poor $391.95

Salaries 3,775.01

4,166.96

City Farm 20,725.84

. Total expenses $49,196.89



RECEIPTS.

Appropriation $39,000.00

Receipts from all sources 7,376.24

Additional appropriation 2,820.65

$49,196.89

Following is a detailed statement of expenses outside
of the City Farm :



Digit



zed by G00gle



REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR



*43



o

ON



<

>

to

W

w
a;

o

o

Q
O

CO

w

04

w
o

H
55

W
S

W

H
<J
H

CA

Q
W

H
W
D



«!«*°L



soofintpsoi MqiQ



Batjddns *>HK)



tvifdsoH V»



t^jdsoH

9309piAOJJ



•VM»H



jiwpna



«V»H



•jooj »q)

JO BJ»»»J9A0

pa* »aoqd»i9£



•mii«1«S



ao|ivuodravj£
pa* jqSpMj



•omox pa* wuiD



•apiptpg



Saiqioto
pnv Moqs



I»nj



*»a»H



WfJMOlQ






5 5



II



$ 52 8



5 3

a* 2



g 8 55 5?

s * * s






9

00



s s 8 g

M o d «



3 8
Si 8



"FT"

s si






8 8



8 8
3 2



"8~8"

2 §



8 8 8 8



8 8
8 S



8 8

2 3



"8~8"



8 8 8 8



8 8
3 8



3 8



8 8
8 g



8 S
3 8



8 8 3
S3 SS £



Si S3



8 5

s a



8 8



8 8
3 8






3 3






8 3 8 8

3 3 5 S



s



9 8

S3 3



8 S3
* 3



8 8
2 K






9 8



s *



£ 9



8 8
P 3



a 8 s? 8
* 8 * 2



8 fc

9 3



8 9 8



8 8

8 "



8 8 8
8 8 8



g 8



T
8



8



S S 8 g



8



S 8
Si s



§ $



8 8 8 8
i 8 6 3



8 8

I I



"8~r
§ g



§ i









8



t



8

i



s

I



So

9



8
*



"8"

i



Digit



zed by G00gle



144 REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

AMOUNTS APPROVED, OUT-DOOR POOR, YEAR 1907.

Val Moquin $372.00

O. N. Chaput 270.00

J. F. Sullivan 48.00

L. J. Becker 244.00

Perreault & Co 230.00

A. H. Bray 52.00

Edmund Daviau 24.00

Thomas Dillon 180.00

Joseph Authier 8.00

Thomas Begley 60.00

John J. Prew 91.00

Joseph Langlois .• 40.00

William Bialkosky 114.00

Fitzgerald & Co 19.55

Ilolyoke Coal and Wood Co 11.00

John O'Connell 1,241.00

T. C. Marra 370.00

F. Goddu 370.00

Albert Pueschel 214.00

Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co 212.00

John Cesasz 50.00

John J. Byrnes 287.00

Ovilla Poutro 83.00

John Wolfenden 39.00

Mrs. Philip Turcotte 96.00

S. Rouillard 96.00

C. L. Nadeau 366.00

W. F. Avery 17.00

C. Blais 83.00

A. L. March 15.00

W. T. Wilson 15.00

Roy W. Bates 6.00

Henry Gregoire 9.00

Roy & Desnoyers 150.00

Morgan, Crossman & Co .25



Digit



zed by G00gle



REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR 1 45

Town of Montague 154.35

Mass. Hospital for Epileptics 740.07

E. H. Friedrich 17.33

Curran Bros 42.67

E. Benard & Son 77.00

Couture & Harnish 1 2.00

M. J. Laporte 235.62

Joseph Cote 82.00

Transcript Publishing Co 73.76

Charles Rhaume 110.00

Max Abrahamson 84.50

James Griffin 216.00

Mrs. Celanire Brouillet 108.00

Union Coal and Wood Co 379.40

J. H. Fitzsimmons 720.75

F. Menard 276.00

P. D. Moran 43.00

Peter Juraz . 101.00

W. T. Burns Shoe Co '. 67.75

J. B. Archambault 344.00

J. F. Kennedy 250.00

M. Kaplinsky 124.00

J. F. Coughlin 153.00

McAuslan & Wakelin 12.00

Sisters at Mt. St. Vincent 149.25

Louis Bibeau 301.00

A. Ferguson 128.00

Sears & Co • 160.00

J. R. Smith 182.00

John D. Leary 152.00

Jacob Solon 241.00

W. B. Whiting Coal Co 358.40

J. A. Peltier 176.00

T. & J. Dillon 8.00

D. M. Foley 272.00

Louis A. Lafrance 183.00



Digit



zed by G00gle



I46 REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

Timothy Collins '. 96.00

M. J. Moriarty 11.00

Timothy Donoghue 205.50

M. J. Doyle 17.25

A. D. Durocher 498.00

Sisters at Brightside 128.00

Russell Bros 100.00

Max Tiedman 2.00

New England Telephone Co 6.63

Hugh Donoghue 145.00

George X. Frissell * 40.00

R. P. Mercure N . 166.00

Thomas J. Griffin 56.00

A. Steiger & Co 9.86

J. H. Fleury 190.00

Morin Bros 382.00

Thomas Falvey 39.00

House of Providence Hospital 1,330.25

Holyoke City Hospital 1.293.00

Thomas P. Connor & Co 86.60

A. R, Vncent 116.25

Millane Bros 278.00

C. M. Porter 24.70

A. F. Glesmann 59.30

M. M. Murphy 65.60

Flynn Drug Co 83.75

Dr. George D. Henderson 6.00

John Heinritz & Son 22.65

Riverside Pharmacy 196.10

City of Springfield 470.25

Forbes State Hospital 110.97

Masse Bros 141.00

Thomas S. Childs 137.47

Mrs. B. J. Grady 207.00

C. F. Glidden 178.00

Overseers of the Poor 233.62



Digit



zed by G00gle



REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR 147*

D. P. .Sullivan 937.00

C. E. Ball Drug Co 452.01

F. Donoghue 467.00

August Wildner 25.00

City of Worcester 122.35

City of Chieopee 103.20

Gilbert Potvin 102.00

J. R. McNally 72.00

E. M. Curran 88.00

J. C. Tormey 8.00

City of Medford 61.95

31. J. Coffey 3.50

E. M. Greeley 102.00

Dufault & Chaille 22.50

H. L. Mousette 278.00

Edward O'Connor & Co 19.75

H. Marcotte 30.00

R. W. Sanderson 30.00.

W. X. Howes 18.00

H. G. Smith 156.00

Dr. Louis H. Clarke 5.00

A. F. Gingras 196.00

D. P. Hartnett 47.35

P. A. Mahoney 83.20

W. F. Grady 38.30

Cleveland's Pharmacy 17.70

Price & Lee Co 4.50

Michael Lynch 88.00

Mrs. Eugene Moriarty 50.00

John Sobon 40.00

Fay & Shumway 6.00

A.L. Coderre 64.00

John B. Shea 89.00

Smith Drug Co 46.50

Arthur Hebert 3.05

City of Lowell 25.50



Digit



zed by G00gle



148 REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

John B. Beauvais 5.75

John Ahem 7.00

S. Davis & Son 7.92

Joseph Quinn 25.00

Anthony Ciotsk 111.00

C. R. Alger 2^.00

A. St. George 2.00

National Blank Book Co 7.00

George Kraski 8.00

Alfred Therrien 134.93

James P. Hobart 46.00

J. J. Craven 35.00

Lorenzo D. Ally 58.00

Dr. P. T. O'Reilly 5.50

Charles U. Roy 39.50

A. Levine & Co 1 .75

D. Rubin 8.00

Shea & McKenna 27.00

Banas Dubiel 30.00

Lavoie & Domingue 149.00

Johnson, Butler Co 2.25

Commonwealth of Massacuhsetts 72.17

Cty of Boston 19.99

George X. Jefferson 35.00

Dennis Chaille 24.00

Joseph Dnpont 8.00

Joseph A. O'Donnell 23.00

Doyle & O'Connor 5.00

T. F. Ryan 25.00

M. Callahan 5.00

City of Northampton 24.42

City of Fall River 12.50

Lynch & Smith 4.50

Mrs. Rosa Wruck 5.00

F. S. Webster 4.50

Bridget Sheehan 54.00



Digit



zed by G00gle



REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR 1 49

William Murray 10.00

H. J. Glutney 12.00

Dr. William Teahan 5.00

George II. Hill 1.00

Hermidas Perrault 48.00

P. Caisse 62.00

H. E. Bryant 10.25

A. Symasko % 6.00

City of Chelsea 5.25

Town of West Springfield 3.00

Samuel Solins 2.00

John Doyle 1.50

John F. Quigley 45.20

Charles E. Bardwell 2.00

N. Mercure 48.00

City Market Co 25.00

Bibeau Coal Co 7.00

L. J. Laporte 13.35

George F. O'Connor 4.15

John Tilley 32.50

D. F. Donoghue 18.00

Smith Bros 2.00

P. Drapeau 12.00

Mrs. Patrick Sullivan 20.00

A. C. Menard 12.00

T. W. Cavanaugh 4.00

Wells Lathrop 15.00

E. G. Couture 3.00

Mrs. Michael O'Connor 10.00

Joseph Beauchamp 2.00

Elmwood Pharmacy 1.05

Livermore & Martin 1 .75

George G. Ware 56.00

A. Zimmerman 10.00

Goodall Drug Co 1.10

Frank Stein 6.00

Val Ducharme 12.00

Peter Marsh 5.00



Digit



zed by G00gle



I50 REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

SICK POOR.

The expense at the hospitals for the care and board of
the sick poor was $2,623.75.

The item for medicine for the patients at home and at-
tended by the City Physician was $1,742.16.

CHILDREN.

This Department provided for four orphans at the vari-
ous .Sisters' Institutions at an expense of $277.25.



CITY FARM.

The number of inmates cared for during the year was
as follows:

Number of inmates Dec. 1, 1906 138

Number admitted during the year 220

358

Number discharged and died 217

Number remaining November 30, 1907 141



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENT.

Of the above number the following were admitted to
the hospital department:

Number of sick in hospital Dec. 1, 1906. . . 46

Number admitted during the year 187

233

Number discharged and died 185

Number remaining November 30, 1907.... 48

The total number of patients receiving hospital treat-
ment during the year was as follows:



Digit



zed by G00gle



REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR 151

Males 133

Females 100



233

Of the above number 161 were sent to the hospital
direct, the remainder were inmates of the Institution.

The duration of treatment aggregated 2,151 weeks, or
an average of 9 weeks and 6 1-2 days for each patient.

Following is a detailed statement of expenses at the
Citv Farm:



Digit



zed by G00gle



152



o

ON



<

as



c/3
W
m
lz

Oh

X

w

o

H

z

w

s

H
<

W



Q



REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

? R S 8



«P«oX



POOAl »»!*«S

«adno3

's»tJOH jo m«9£



8 5



& 8 fc S 8

1 1 1 I i



■nail '°«?W P U1B

S93f A49g # fOJJ






3o|j)«d»)i

pine 8ui9oi(S

wnddns



s s



8
§



8 53 8



8 8 8
S S 8



i 8



IO 06 © «0

t- ■<* i-* r-



SUSS?



8 $
5 ft



g 8

si a



S 18 8 X 8 8

3 S 8 S8 9



no p«



8

5



8 8



•au«r»s



8 8 8 8
I S 1 §



8 8 8 8 8

(8 « V V w



jaqaiiiq pav

9J«Mpi«H



CO (N



$ 55 S3 8

eo io cp >a



8 SS 8 8 8 5



laiqmnu pa*



00 04



55 i^ 99 S



8 S 3 ft 8 8

a si s co ~ s



anma-inj pav
■pobf) o«iu>h



- SB



"S 8



tpooo&ra



Saiqjojo po«



3 8 8

^ CO 0»



: 8



•A



8 §



8 8 8 8



8 8 £ 8 8 S

!5 8 S S 8 "



I t*1id*oH



8 ?
8 «



puv 90plp9^i £



* 8 §

^ rl S



P»M



8 8

8 3



8 8



WiP""'K ! i § § I s i



58 & S 8 S fc

§ § § s s i



S9U930JQ



i i



8 S '8 8"

s i i i



8 S 8 S 8 8
S d I § § §



I S I



£ 2 < S



8 -3 " I * |





8


8


53


g


S


i


8


8


8


8


8


8


8


8


CO


S


8


5

***


8


s.



Digit



zed by G00gle



REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR 1 53

AMOUNTS APPEOVED, CITY FARM, YEAR 1907.

James F. Reidy $ 7.08

Dr. J. H. Potts 7.00

James Clark . 243.45

A. Steiger & Co :. 3 04

W. T. Burns Shoe Co 130.49

P. Donegan . . 23.85

G. E. Russell * 137.33

C. G. Burnham 253.75

Holyoke Steam Boiler Works 5.25

New England Telephone Co 10.71

Doyle & O'Connor 62.50

Geary, Sullivan & Co 345.85

Roland T. Oakes Co 4.65

Holyoke Paint and Wall Paper Co 57.90

Thomas F. Connor 19.35

Millane Bros 854.75

M. M. Murphy 52.15

Rev. John B. Daley 200.00

City Mills Co 265.03

McLean Bros 70.53

M. Callahan Co : 254.80

J. J. Eagan 6.56

D. J. O'Brien & Co 12.72

P. J. Murray & Co 82.45

McAuslan & Wakelin 87.49

American Soap and Washoline Co 115.37

Oakdale Mfg. Co 339.60

F. C. Small & Co 17.88

Dr. T. J. Shinkwin 67.50

M. J. Bowler 417.65

Casper Ranger 15.90

Mrs. James Shea 246.17

Maurice Curran 81.57

B. F. Bigelow 499.88

Hugh Donoghue 145.03



Digit



zed by G00gle



154 REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

J. B. Archambault 115.20

Frank L. Greaney 360.06

Dietz Baking Co 250.95

Kaffir Cigar Co 75.65

Moses Fairfield 40.65

Bart ,S. Casey 117.50

C. M. Donnelly 462.66

John 0'Conn$ll 1,405.81

Russell Bros 153.28

Daniel Leahy 46.90

H. L. Handy 5.00

C. W. Rackliffe 1.80

Thomas M. Cleary 299.21

John O'Shea 2.50

Sullivan & Carmody 9.35

M. J. Doyle Printing Co 26.00

P. L. Rider 55.74

T. F. Kilbride 9.83

Daniel P. Hartnett 71.72

Jeremiah J. Slattery 308.32

Prentiss, Brooks & Co 285.25

F. L. Clapp 35.00

Holyoke Broom Works 35.00

George H. Hill 4.25

Lynch & Smith 26.00

Napoleon Bail 2.50

Price, Lee & Co 3.00

M. A. Allen & Son 9.92

M. J. Moriarty 116.34

C. B. Dolge Chemical Co 8.43

W. F. Grady 81.02

Rochester Germicide Co 77.91

Norman C. Haynor 14.70

Daniel Kavanaugh 81.00

Maplewood Mills 27.20

T. C. Cavanaugh 150.21



Digit



zed by G00gle



REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR 155

J. R. Smith 38.37

M. Hicks 616.00

Joseph Durocher 41.50

R. R. Nickerson .85

G. J. Prew & Co 112.80

Leonard A. Treat 6.44

Jeremiah Shea 23.00

Sparrow & McTigue t . 117.07

Dr. Adolph Franz 20.00

Hugh Donoghue 217.00

Peter Freeman 50.00

Baker- Vawter Co 18.01

J. & W. Jolly .38

Fitzgerald & Co 4.09

Whiting Farm 13.60

Goodall Drag Co 1.00

James Griffin ' 235.29

D. M. Foley 455.13

J. Russell & Co 30.07

W. H. Abbott 3.81

Thomas J. Griffin 166.70

D. P. Sullivan 233.01

T. J. Lynch 80.20

N. C. Cook 19.75

West Disinfecting Co 83.65

Conn. Valley Lumber Co 3.00

George Ferris 23.60

M. O'Connor 79.02

C. E. Ball Drug Co 9.45

Gallivan Bros 15.80

F. W. Woolworth & Co 3.00

Chase & Cooledge .55

Sutherland & Co 2.70

Cornelius Kennedy 6.00

O'Donnell Family .Shoe Store 23.50

Dr. Louis H. Clarke 10.00



Digit



zed by G00gle



156 REPORT OF THE OVERSEERS OF THE POOR

John H. Delaney 15.05

J. F. Kennedy 259.29

RECAPITULATION.

Out-door poor city $18,908.42

Out-door poor, state 3,094.41

Out-door poor, cities and towns 2,301.26

Overseers of the Poor 4,166.96

City farm 20,725.84

$49,196.89

CR.

By amount charged to state $3,094.41

By amount charged cities and towns 2,301.26

By visits of City Physician, state. . . 95.50
By visits of City Physician, cities

and towns 215.00

By cash from state 217.28

By cash from cities and towns 799.94

By cash received from board of in-
dividuals 745.01

By reimbursement from board of

epileptics 48.75

By cash from sale of horses 225.00

Farm produce 666.71

8,408.86

Net expense to city for year 1907 $40,788.03

Respectfully submitted,

PATRICK J. DOWD,
WILLIAM J. DILLON,
JOHN T. SHEEHAN,

Overseers of the Poor.

JAMES T. CUNNINGHAM,

City Almoner.
Submitted December 26, 1907.



Digit



zed by G00gle



ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



School Department



OF THE



CITT OF HOLVOKE

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING NOV. 30,

1907



Holyoke, Mass.

M. J. Doyle4^^» Printing Co.

1908.



Digit



zed by G00gle



Holyoke School Committee



Online LibraryHolyoke (Mass.)Municipal register ... → online text (page 7 of 28)