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of the different charities of Haverhill, raising the poor above the
need of relief, and diminishing pauperism.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 2.

Number of families aided, 171.



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Cash on hand ... $0 89

Subscriptions and donations 1,281 91



$1,282 80



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Salaries and wages $879 50
Printing, postage, office sup-
plies, and telephone . 90 51
Provisions and supplies . 84 60

Rent 220 00

Heat, light, and power 11 50
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 88 00

Total current expenses . $1,274 11

Cash on hand ... 8 69

$1,282 80



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BALK HOSPITAL, Buttonwood Ave., HaferhUl. (Inoorporattd 1888.)

Report for year ending Deeember 81; 1012.

Edwin H. Moulton, President; C. Archie Home, Secretary and
Treasurer; Miss Emma A. Mortimer, registered nurse. Superin-
tendent.

Medical and surgical treatment.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 39.

Number aided during year, 702, viz., 482 paying, 80 partly pay-
ing, 140 free.



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Cash on hand .
From beneficiaries
Subtcriptions and donations
Income from inTestments
Miscellaneons

Total current receipts
Withdrawn from inyested
funds



9824


67


19,897


97


8,807


88


4.891


94


446


45


988,868


26


4.000


00


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Salaries and wages . 99,328 93

Printing, postage, and office

supplies. . . 883 27

ProTlsions and supplies 11,008 27

Insurance . . 750 00

Heat, light, and power 4,292 04

Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 8,487 66
Medical and surgical sup*

pUes
Water and ice .
Miscellaneous



Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand



8.240 58

574 S3

1.480 56

834,940 68

190 68

2,787 00

837,868 26



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$90,217.35; value of investments, $87,870.32.



HAVZRHILL B0T8' CLUB ASSOCIATION, 11 WMhingrton St., HaTerhiU-
(Ineorporattd 1906.)

Beport for year ending May 81, 1918.

Ransom C. Pingree, President; Walter F. Sajrward, Secretary;
Albert L. Sawyer, Treasurer; Edward D. Bailey, Superintendent.
A work for boys with limited opportunities.
Number of paid officers or employees, 2.
Number aided during year, 1,000.



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Cr.



Cash on hand


f40


55


Salaries and wages


$1,344 00


Prom beneflciarie«


109


69


Printing, postage, and office




Snbaeriptions and donations


1,667


88


supplies .


108 22


Income from investments


40


00


Provisions and sapplies


98 17


Special donations


446


11


Rent ....


420 00


Loan


200


00


Heat, light, and power


82 89




211


60


Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Insurance .
Interest
Loan repaid
Industrial work .
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


60 81
14 25
10 89
300 00
158 85
12 75




92.604 88








Oash on hand .


111 50




$2,715


83


12,715 83



HAVZRHILL CHILDREN'S AID 80CIETT, 60 Merrimaok St., HaverhUl.

(Incorporated 1866.)

Beport for year ending September 80, 1918.

Mrs. W. C. Lewis, President; Mrs. J. Wallace Allen, Secretary;
Miss Sarah M. Kelly, Treasurer; Miss Gertrude E. Merrill, Super-
intendent.

Care of destitute and homeless children.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 2.

Number aided during year, 37.



Gash on hand . . |657 54

From beneficiaries 2,874 09

Subscriptions and donations 1,177 50

Income from investments 8,225 74

SaTings bank 1,000 00



18,984 87



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .
Supplies

Rent ....
Light ....
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Taxes ....
Manager's traTeling expenses
Deposit

Board of children
MisceDaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



91,460 34

221 29

661 25

800 00

11 85

10 83

26 08

129 05

400 00

5,558 08

80 95



98,804 72
180 15

18,984 87



Value of investments, $77,351.52.

HAVZRHILL RMALI BBNKVOLINT SOCDETT, City HaU, Main St.,

Haverhill. (Incorporated 1854.)

Beport for year ending NoTember 80, 1918.

Sarah J. Bartlett, President; Carolyn E. Wilson, Secretary; Eva
P. Howes, Treasurer.
To help the worthy poor of Haverhill.



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STATE BOARD OF CHARITY. [P. D. 17.



Xumber of paid officers or employees, 3.
Number of families aided, 1,750.



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Gash on hmnd

Sabscriptions and donations
Income from inyettments



$89 98

85 86

2.878 66



$8,054 00



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Salaries and wages fSOO 00

Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 12 43

Provisions and supplies 2,606 60



Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$2,918 48
185 57

$3,054 00



Value of investments, $29,336.16.

HAVZRHILL TOUHG MIN'8 CHU8TIAH ASSOCIATION, 75 Main St.,
Haverhill. (Incorporated laai.)
Report for jear ending May 18, 1918.

W. D. Steams, President; George T. Parker, Secretary; Charles
H. Clark, Treasurer; B. W. Gillett, Oeneral Secretary.

The development of the spiritual, mental, and physical ccmdition
of men and boys.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 1,500, viz., 550 paying, 950 free.



Dr,
Gash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Membership fees .
Bent of dormitories
Miscellaneous



$49 87
2,682 00
1,576 25
8,912 55
1,216 29



99,486 96



Cf.

Salaries and wages f5,668 53
Printing, postage, and office

snpplies .... 868 94

Heat, light, and power 1,189 26

MisceUaneous 1,686 28



Total current expenses
Cash on hand



99,418 01
28 95

99,486 96



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$65,000 ; amount of mortgage on same, $7,000.

HAVERHILL TOUHQ WOMIN'B CHBISTZAN ASSOCIATION, 107 Winter

St., HaverhUl. (Incorporated 1891.)

Report for year ending April 29, 1918.

ilrs. Ada T. Wells, President; Mrs. Prank Bean, Secretary; Mrs.
Bertha M. Yeaton, Treasurer; Miss Lilla A. Clark, Oeneral Secre-
tary.

The physical, mental, moral, and spiritual welfare of womai, par-
ticularly of young women who are dependent upon their own exer-
tions for support.



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Number of paid officers or employees, 11.
Number aided during year, about 200.



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Oash on hand .


9290 88


Salaries and wages .


$4,857 97


Snbaeriptiont and donations


854 00


Printing, pottage, and office




Income from investmeuts .


68 25


suppUet ....


161 64


MiflceDaneons


14,988 91


Proyieions and snppliea


5,889 46






Heat, light, and power


777 70






Fumithings and incidental








repairs ....


268 86






Miteellaneoua

Total current expense* .


4,049 88




$15,505 01






Cash on hand .


141 58




$15,646 54


$15,646 54



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$13,350 ; value of investments, $666 ; value of investments held by
trustees for benefit of society, $4,075.



OLD LADHS' home association, 119 Main St., HaverhUl. (In-
corporated 18M.)
Report for year ending May 16, 1918.

Miss Caroline D. Cogswell, President; Miss Sarah P. Cogswell,
Secretary; Miss Susie M. Hall, Treasurer; Miss Hattie M. Smith,
Matron.

Home for worthy American women at least seventy years of age,
residents of Haverhill for the ten years previous to admittance.
Admission fee, $200.

Number of paid oflReers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 25.



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Oaah on hand
From beneficiaries
Snbecriptions and donations
Annnitiea and bequests
Income from inyestments
Admission feee .
Membership dues
Miscellaneous

Total current receipts
Withdrawn from bank



$5,101


12


284


47


2,792


00


2.000


00


8.891


99


800


00


297


00


28^8


64


915.405 22 1


978


19


$16,878


41



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Salaries and wages .


$2,547 70


AdministratiTe ezi>en8e8


224 80


ProTisions and supplies


2,276 85


Heat, light, and power


818 01


Furnishings and incidenta




repairs .


615 50


Telephone and insurance


67 88


Medical attendance, etc.


268 95


Burial expense .


221 69


Clothing .


87 84


Miscellaneous


257 58


Total current expenses


$7,886 75


Income inyested .


8,951 25


Cash on hand


40 41




$16,878 41



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$26,000 ; value of investments, $103,644.



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STATE BOARD OF CHARITY. [P. D. 17.



SOCIAL CntCLI or Portland nwar OHUBCH, Portland St., HaTer-

hiU. (Incorporated 1891.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Mrs. H. C. Tanner, President; Mrs. Elmer C. Pickering, Secre-
tary; Mrs. W. B. Lewis, Treasurer.
Benevolence and charity to church and charitable organizations.



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Cash on hand
Income from inrettments
Dues ....
Sales ....
MisceUaneons



$187 64

6 87

87 08

280 93

6 15



$468 17



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Benevolence .
Church ....
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$60 00
154 00
250 94

$464 94
8 28

$468 17



Value of investments, $179.70.



TOUNO WOMXN'S BUILDIMO ASSOCIATION, M Pocktr St., HaTerhiU.

(Incorporated 1896.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Mrs. Anna M. M. Brooks, President; Miss Anna M. Pearl, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Hazel M. Howe, Treasurer; Miss Jennie A. Osgood,
Matron.

To support a day nursery; to maintain the services of two dis-
trict nurses and an employment bureau.

Number of paid employees, 6.

Number aided during year in institution, 4,000, viz., 3,725
paying, 200 partly paying, 75 free; outside institution, 2,534, viz.,
2,000 paying, 457 partly paying, 77 free ; number of families aided,
2,000.



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Cash on hand


$4,956


25


Salaries and wages


$2,280 05


From beneficiaries


1,847


81


Printing, postage, and ofllce




Subscriptions and donationi


1 25


10


supplies .


88 50


Annuities and bequests tc







Provisions and supplies


679 10


income


800


00


Heat, light, and power


281 21


Income from investments


184


15


Furnishings and incidental




Dues and fines


191


70


repairs


57 20


Supper


196


65


Telephone


47 64


Annual fair


1,058


47


Water, ice, taxes .


24 61


Musical


50


00


Hall rent for fair (two




Rubber sales


6


10


years)


60 00


Miscellaneous


2


15


Drugs and merchandise
Total current expenses


107 78




$8,526 04








Cash on hand


5.287 84




$8,818


88


$8,818 88



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$3,500.

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HOLYOKE.

HOLTOKS BOT8' CLUB ASSOCIATION, 100 BMsa St., Holyoke. (In-

coipoimted 1904.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Fred S. Webber, President; William A. Allyn, Secretary; Frank
G, Willcox, Treasurer; George W. King, Superintendent.

Providing for the social enjoyment and improvement of boys, and
furnishing them with industrial training.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 10.

Number aided during year, about 800 paying, and about 100 free.



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Cash on hand .


$1,774 46


Salaries and wages .


$2,340 85


Subecriptions and donations


10,067 18


Printing, postage, supplies.




Income from inveetments .


82 20


heat, light, power, fur-




Net income from real estate


940 90


nishings, and incidental




Net income from indnstries


82 22


repairs ....


987 67






Mortgage note .

Total current expenses .


6,000 00




$9,278 02






Income inrested .


2,441 24






Cash on hand


1.127 65




$12,846 91


$12,846 91



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$4,280; value of investments, $10,881.24.

HOLTOKS CITT HOSPITAL, Beech St., Holyoke. (Incorporated 1891.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

William F. Whiting, President; Edward N. White, Secretary;
Frank B. Towne, Treasurer; Miss Ethel M. Doherty, Matron.

For treating the sick at a low cost.

Number of paid officers or employees, 7 (not including pupil
nurses).

Number aided during year in institution, 1,416, all paying.



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Cash on hand .

From beneficiaries .

Subscriptions and dona-
tions ....

Annuities and bequests to
income

Income from investments


$25 75
86,820 77

11,118 75

100 00
2.644 86


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Salaries and wages .
Printing, posUge, and

office supplies
Provisions and supplies .
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and inddental

repairs

Total current expenses
Endowment fund invested
Cash on hand ...

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$13,120 67

880 18

28,992 50

5,704 06

1.405 68


Total current receipts .
Endowment fund


$50,209 68
60,076 10


$50,103 09

60.176 10

6 54




$110,285 78


$110,285 78

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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$155,000; value of investments, $60,176.10.



HOLTOKS HOMK FOR AOID PIOPLI* Morvan St., Holyoke. (Incor-
porated 190t.)
Report for year ending October 1, 1918.

Elvira P. Ball, President; Jennie L. Miner, Secretary; Florence
D. Merrick, Treasurer; Elizabeth Dunn, Matron.

Home for women at least sixty-five years of age, residents of
Holyoke. Admission fee, $500.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 5.

Number aided during year, 26.



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OMh on hand .


$854 69


Salaries and wages .


$2,185 00


From beneficiaries


2.812 00


Printing, postage, and oiBce




Subscriptions and donations


1,165 88


supplies.


81 75


Annuities and l>equests to




ProTisions and supplies


1.385 42


income ....


5,947 80


Heat, light, and power


930 29


Income from investments .


2,521 20


Furnishings and incidental




Yearly dues


494 00


repairs ....


196 88


Miscellaneous


278 81


Siekness and burial .


182 51






Repairs ....


150 10






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


96 14




$5,158 09






Income inrested .


4,478 65






Cash on hand .


8,981 59




$18,568 88


$18,568 88



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
about $40,000; value of investments, $40,000.



8I8TIB8 or PROVIDINCB (BKAVBN-K1LI.T HOME), 8i>riiigflttld Bd.,
Holyoke. (Incorporated 18fMI.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Et. Eev. Thomas D. Beaven, D.D., President; Sister Mary
Agatha, Secretary; Mother Mary of Providence, Treasurer; Sister
Mary Teresa, Superintendent.

The maintenance of aged and infirm men.

Number of paid employees, 4.

Number aided, during year, 60, viz., 36 paying, 6 partly paying,
9 free.



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Cash on h»nd . $29 41

Prom beneficiaries . 5,797 70

Snbscriptions and donations 868 88
Annuities and bequests to

income .... 500 00



$7,195 99



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Salaries and wages $680 66
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 29 65

Provisions and supplies 4,228 04

Heat, light, and power 1,417 89
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 757 13

Total current expenses . $7,063 87

Cash on hand . . 182 62

$7,195 99



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$70,000.

8I8TEB8 or PROVIDINCB (BRIOHT8IDE ORFHAM8' HOMK). 8priiig-

fittld Bd., Holyoke. (Ineorponted 1891.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Et. Bev. Thomas D. Beaven, D.D., President; Sister Mary
Agatha, Secretary; Mother Mary of Providence, Treasurer; Mother
Mary Vincent, Matron.

The care and education of boys, whether orphaned, destitute, or
otherwise needy; also an infant asylum; (Bethlehem Home).

I^umber of paid officers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 380, viz., 260 paying, 80 partly pay-
ing, 40 free.



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Cash on hand .


$861 07


From beneficiaries


20.858 45


Subscriptions and donations


948 80


Annuities and bequests to




income ....


500 00


Sale of Uve stock


964 65


Total current receipts .


$28,182 97


Loans to income


20,000 00



$48,182 97



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies . .
Provisions and supplies
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .
Interest on mortgage .
Increase of mortgage for

purchase of real estate
On new laundry contracts

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$2,188 85

147 45

18,224 67

1.808 80



2,572 82
3.190 50



16.500 00

8,500 00

$42,628 09

504 88

$43,132 97



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$141,500 ; amount of mortgage on same, $90,000.



8I8TXR8 or PROVIDENCE (HOUSE OF PROVIDENCE HOSPITAL AND
FATHER HARKINS' HOME FOR AGED WOBIEN), 678 Dwiffht St.,
Holjoke. (Incorporated 189S.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Et. Rev. Thomas D. Beaven, D.D., President; Sister Mary
Agatha, Secretary; Mother Mary of Providence, Treasurer; Sister
Mary Anthony, Superintendent.

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Treatment of medical, surgical, and obstetrical patients. Sep-
arate building for home for aged women.

Xumber of paid officers or employeesf, 15.

Number aided during year, 1,495; viz., 1,339 paying, 42 partly
paying, 114 free.



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Cash on hand . . $6,184 89

From beneficiaries 84,644 76

Subscriptions and donations 167 50
Annuities and bequests to

income .... 1,124 00



$42,070 65



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Salaries and wages


$4,869 86


Printing, postage, and office




supplies ....


848 57


Provisions and supplies


17,180 76


Heat, light, and power


4.598 50


Furnishings and incidental




repairs ....


2,955 60


Miscellaneous


43 75


Total current expenses .


$29,997 04


Deposited in building fund


10.000 00


Cash on hand


2.078 61




$42,070 65



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$75,000.



8I8TER8 or PROVIDENCE (MT. 8T. VINCENT HOME FOR GIBL8),
8i>riiigflttld Rd.» Holjoke. (Incorporated 18fMI.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Kt. Kev. Thomas D. Beaven, D.D., President; Sister Mary
Agatha, Secretary; Mother Mary of Providence, Treasurer; Sister
Mary Assurapta, Superintendent.

Home for orphan girls; nonsectarian.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 4.

Number aided during year, 180, viz., 131 paying, 40 partly pay-
ing, 11 free.



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Cash on hand


$17 51


Salaries and wages .


$1,070 85


From beneficiaries


10,444 81


Printing, poeUge, and office




Subscriptions and donations


1,087 09


supplies.


66 11


Annuities and bequests to




Provisions and supplies


5.830 71


income ....


500 00


Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental


1,737 44






repairs ....


2,699 17






Insurance ....


405 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


68 88




$11,877 16






Cash on hand .


172 25




$12,049 41


$12,049 41



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$65,000.



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TOUNG WOMXN'8 CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION (BOABDINO HOMK),
313 Maple St., Holyoke. (Incorporated 1901.)

Report for year ending May 81, 1918.

Mrs. James H. Newton, President; Miss Maude S. Tomlin, Sec-
retary; Mrs. Frank D. Heywood, Treasurer; Miss N. Josephine
Sweet, Matron.

To provide a good home for self-supporting young women at cost.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 11.



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Cash on hand


$50


51


Salaries and wages


$3,898 69


RenU .


2,496


87


Printing, postage, and office




Board


6.178


59


supplies ....


20 15


Laundry


47


95


ProTisiona and supplies


4,497 18


Administration


842


19


Heat, light, and power


498 26


Miscellaneous


78


00


Furnishings and incidental
repairs ....
Laundry ....
Water rent ....
Telephone ....
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


433 84

179 85

38 60

15 80

86 07




$9,157 44








Cash on hand


81 17




$9,188


61


$9,188 61



TOUNO WOMXN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 815 Maple St., Holyoke.
(Incorporated 1901.)

Report for year ending May 81, 1918.

Mrs. James H. Newton, President; Miss Louise Underwood, Sec-
retary; ]klrs. F. D. He3rwood, Treasurer; Miss Sweet, Matron.

The moral, spiritual, physical, and intellectual development of
girls.

Number of paid officers or employees, 5.

Number of members, 948.



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Subscriptions and donations


$2,260 69


Income from investments
Kemberships




500 00
251 00


Clasa fees .




888 87


Bent of rooms, chairs


and




telephone .




887 98


Miscellaneous




518 08


Total current receipts


$4,751 57


Fire adjustment .




1,072 74


Loans to income .




456 71




$6,281 02



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Salaries and wages


$2,940 43


Printing, postage, and office




supplies ....


77 46


Provisions and supplies


205 55


Heat, light, and power


1,223 40


ITomishings and incidental




repairs ....


1,189 31


Telephone and insurance


466 55


Water rent ....


15 51


Miscellaneous


162 81




$6,281 02



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$55,000; value of investments, $10,000.



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STATE BOARD OF CHARITY. [P. D. 17.



Ipswich.

COBURN CHABITABLB 80CIBTT, North Main St., Ipswich. (Incor-

poratMl 1910.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

William A. Donald, President and Treasurer; Malcolm Donald,
Clerk; Martha J.. Stewart, Matron and Visiting Nurse.

To provide a home for needy and worthy persons, natives and
residents (or residents) of Ipswich, of both sexes, not under sixty
years of age, and to supply the poor of Ipswich with medical at-
tendance, nurses, and medicines.

Xumber of paid oflScers or employees, 5.

Number aided during year in institution, 4; outside institution,
273, viz., 46 paying, 227 free.



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Caah on hand


. $1,810 42


Salaries and wages in




From beneficiaries


104 55


laundry ....


$2,658 16


Income from investments


7,706 81


Printing, postage, office sup*




Miscellaneous


40 00


plies, and express


98 60






Provisions and supplies


839 77






Telephone ....


66 19






Heat, light, and power .


367 80






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


84 20






Medical attendance, nurset,








etc


365 85






Annual reports


102 70






Preparing and planting








grounds ....


153 52






Water and ice .


71 10






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


91 58




$4,898 42






Income invested .


4.205 46






Cash on hand


557 90




$9,661 78


$9,661 78



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$6,400; value of investments, $187,060.38.

IPSWICH HOSPITAL, Ipswich. (Incorporated 1910.)

Report for year ending July 1, 1913.

Francis EandalJ Appleton, President; John Silsbee Lawrence,
Secretary; Thomas Franklin Waters, Treasurer.

Eventually to establish and maintain a hospital, but at present
the maintenance of an ambulance service to convey sick and injured
to hospitals in Salem, Beverly, etc., free of expense to all unable to

pay.

Number aided during year, 41, viz., 9 paying, 32 free.



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$491 50



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CMh on hand


$22 25


Operating ambulance


$211 50


Prom beneficiaries .


66 00


Housing ambulance


48 00


Subscriptions and donations .


880 00


Insuring ambulance

Report of sanitary engineer


82 00








Total cnrrent receipts


$468 25


on a system of sewerage


200 00


Loans to income


28 25







$491 50



Lancaster.

CHARITABLE TUND IN THE TOWN OF LANCASTER, LuiCMter. (In-
corporated 1851.)
Report for year ending March 2, 1918.

Abbott Peterson, President; W. H. Blood, Secretary and Treas-
urer.

Aid to needy widows and spinsters, residents of Lancaster.
Number aided during year, 26.



Dr.
Oash on hand $715 72

Income from inyestments . 542 00



Cr.



Cash donations
Miscellaneous
Oash on handi



$1,257 72

Value of investments, $11,795.69.



$495 00

47 75

714 97

$1,257 72



NATHANIEL THAYER PLATGROUND ASSOCIATION, LanoMter. (In-
corporated 191S.)
Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

Mrs. Pauline R. Thayer, President; Miss Mary W. Bartol, Sec-
retary; Dudley H. Dorr, Treasurer.

Providing healthful recreation, athletic exercises, and instruction
in the more common and useful arts and sciences.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 7.

Xumber aided during year, 657, viz., 522 paying, 135 free.



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