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Carriage hire

Total current expenses


4 50




$1,070 52






i^ash on hand


677 68




11,748 40


$1,748 40



Value of investments, $6,366.04.



YOUNQ MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF HARBLIHSAD, PlMUHUit
St., Marblehead. (Incorporated 1888.)

Report for year ending September 20, 1918.

Jonathan E. Steele, President; John L. Noyes, Secretary;
Thomas E. Ferguson, Treasurer; Frank Broughton, General Sec-
retary.



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The social, moral, intellectual, physical, and religions improve-
ment of its members and of the young men of the town.
Number of paid officers or employees, 3.



Df.

Cash on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Memberships
For mortgage
Pool table, bowling, receipts,
etc



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$1,869 47


Salaries and wages


$2,282 66


1,000 00


Printing, postage, and office




2.002 92


supplies ....


876 44


1,287 78


Supplies ....


158 82


1,000 00


Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental


618 49


870 05


repairs ....


520 08




Interest ....


688 18




Mortgage paid off

Total current expenses


1,850 00




$5,929 02




Income invested .


1,000 00




Cash on hand


601 05


$7,580 17


$7,580 17



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$25,000; amount of mortgage on same, $11,500; value of invest-
ments, $1,000.

Marlborough.

IfABLBOBOUaH HOSPITAL, Union St., Marlt>orouffh. (Incorporated

18S0.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Dr. Carmillus T. Warner, President; E. H. Beaudreau, Secre-
tary; F. L. Claflin, Treasurer; Miss Minnie 0. Bobbins, Matron.

To establish and maintain a hospital for medical and surgical
treatment during temporary sickness or injury.

Number of paid officers or employees, 10.

Number aided during year, 337, viz., 325 paying, 4 partly pay-
ing, 8 free.



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Oath on hand
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Annuities and bequests to
income ....
Income from iuTestments .
Miscellaneous

Total current receipts
lA>ans to income



$9,002 00
6,189 00
6,754 00

2,904 00

1,868 00

110 00

$26,827 00
2,000 00



$28,827 00



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Salaries and wages . $4,825 00
Printing, postage, and office

supplies. ... 80 00

Rent 225 00

Provisions and supplies . 1,662 00

Heat, light, and power . 897 00
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 198 00

Dmgs and medicines 16 00

Miscellaneous . 926 00



Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand



$8,825 00

18,587 00

915 00

$28,827 00



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$52,302.56; value of investments, $31,243.



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Meofobd.

BOSDrORD HOBOS rOB AQID BCEN AND WOBCEN, 66 South St., Bledford.
(Inoorpotftted 1901.)

Report for year ending February 28, 1918.

Mrs. Nellie F. Puffer, President; Mrs. Mary H. Hayes, Secre-
tary; Joseph H. Chapin, Treasurer; Myra T. Leavitt, Matron.

To provide a home for needy men and women over sixty-five
years of age, who have been residents of Medford for ten years or
more. Nonsectarian; fee, $200.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.



Number aided durin


g year, 8.








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Cash on hand


$1,117 02


Salaries and wages


$999


00


Entrance fees


600 00


Printing, postage, and office






Subscriptions and donations


1,184 00


supplies ....


40


50


Income from investments


20 00


Provisions and supplies


840


10


Rents


97 84


Heat and light .


186


06


Sale of land


862 88


Furnishings and incidental






Annual fair


1,429 28


repairs ....


107


26


Miscellaneous


817 14


Water and street watering .


84


50






Funeral charges .


71


00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


90


97




$2,869


39






Cash on hand


3,158


62




$5,528 01


$5,528


01



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
3,250; value of investments, $500.



BSSDrOBD SCHOLARSHIP 07 HABVABD UNIVIBSITT, TBUSTIS8 OF.
Medford. (Incorporated 1908.)

Report for year ending May 11, 1918.

Eosewell B. Lawrence, President; Horace Guild, Secretary and
Treasurer.

To assist Medford students in Harvard Universitv.



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Subscriptions and donations . $158 60



$158 50



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Printing, postage,

supplies
Beneficiary
Cash on hand



and office



$4 66

150 00

8 84

$158 50



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MlDrORD VISITINa NXTB81 ASSOOIATION, U SftiMn 8t., Medford.
(Incorporated 1910.)

Report for year ending April 30, 1918.

Mrs. Edward H. Phillips, President; Mrs. Everard I. Langell,
Secretary; Mrs. Edward W. Hayes, Treasurer.

To provide for the sick the best nursing possible; to take meas-
ures for the control and suppression of tuberculosis; and to bring
the charitable forces of the city of Medford into co-operation.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 3.

Number aided during year, 147, viz., 64 paying, 51 partly paying,
32 free; number of families aided, 45.



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Cash on hand


$8 48


Salaries and wages


$1,232 19


Ymm benefleiaries


860 68


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donations


925 28


supplies ....


151 50


Lawn party, etc. .


711 68


ProTisions and supplies


184 61


Red Cross seals .


90 00


Rent


860 00


Miscellaneous


87 61


Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental


2 52






r^Mkirs ....


4 56






Employees* expenses


68 47






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


85 25




$2,089 10






Cash on hand


94 48




$2,188 58


$2,133 58



8ABAH FULLER HOME TOR UTTUB DIAF CHILDRBH, Wobum St.,

Medford. (Incorporated 1888.)

Report for year ending May 81, 1918.

Elizabeth W. Wheelwright, President; Sarah W. Hallowell, Sec-
retary; N. P. Hallowell, Treasurer; Eliza C. Clark, Matron,
The care and education of little deaf children.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 2.
Number aided during year, 16.



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Gash on hand
Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments .
Board of Education .



$7,868 49
1,818 40
8.921 18
2.882 26



$14,985 88



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Salaries and wages $3,444 54
Printing, postage, and office

supplies. ... 68 47

ProTisions and supplies 1,654 75
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 292 55

Board .... 44 50

Express .... 70 99

Miscellaneous ... 55 00

Total current expenses . $5,680 80

Income invested . . 2,000 00

Cash on hand . . 7,854 53

$14,985 88



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
3,400; value of investments, $81,977.50.



Methuen.

HXNBY O. NIVIN8 HOME TOR THB AQID AND XNOURABLS, Broadway,
Methuen. (Incorporated 1906.)

Report for year ending October 1, 1918.

Miss Ida Mason, President; Alfred C. Grant, Secretary; George
W. Tenney, Treasurer; Miss Margaret Young, Matron.

A home for aged and indigent men and women at least sixty-five
years of age, residents of Essex County for five years ; and also for
indigent persons, of whatever age, aflBicted with incurable diseases.
Fee, $150.

Number of paid officers or employees, 13.

Number aided during year, 56.



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Oash on hand .


$1,982 10


Salaries and wages .


$4,951 01


From beneficiaries


1,400 00


Printing, postage, and office




Income from investments .


12,000 00


supplies.


22 67


Miscellaneous


1,085 88


Provisions and supplies


4,877 77






Heat, light, and power


2.568 88






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


1,724 10






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


1.846 48




$15,485 81






Cash on hand


982 17




$16,467 48


$16,467 48



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$100,000.



YOUNQ MIN'8 CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 07 BOTHUIN, Central Sq.,
Methuen. (Incorporated 1907.)

Beport for year ending April 80, 1918.

William D. Hartshome, President; Lewis Grass, Secretary; F.
W. Gay, Treasurer.

To develop the Christian character and usefulness of its mem-
bers, and to improve the spiritual, mental, social, and physical con-
dition of young men.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.

Number aided during year in institution, 300; outside institu-
tion, 60.



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Cash on hand


$67 42


Salaries and wages


$2,663 56


Prom beneficiaries


1.084


78


Printing, postage, and office


»


Subscriptions and donation!


\ 2,984


00


supplies .


211 23


Dormitories


188


05


Provisions and supplies


347 31


Bowling, pool, and specia






Rent ....


300 00


classes


819


94


Heat, light, and power


594 63


Hiscellaneons


64


21


Furnishings and incidental
repairs


299 20








Total current receipts


$4,653


40


Insurance, interest, etc.


106 75


Loans to income .


1,600


00


Old bills paid .
State committee .
Miscellaneous


422 58

60 00

124 86




$5,120 12








Income invested .


1,000 00








Cash on hand


188 28




$6,253


40


$6,253 40



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$2,000.

MiDDLEBOROUGH.

MONTGOMXBY HOME rOB AOID PIOPLS, Middleborouffh. (In-
corporated 1900.)

Report for year ending October 80, 1918.

David Q. Pratt, President; Mary B. Glidden, Secretary; Harriet
M. S. Washburn, Treasurer.
To provide a home for destitute worthy aged people.
Cash on hand, $16>914.93.
Not yet opened.



MiLFORD.

HOME rOB THB AOBD AT MXLTOBD, Milford. (Incorporated 189S.)
Beport for year ending July, 1918.

Clifford A. Cook, President; C. A. Sumner, Secretary; W. A.
Westcott, Treasurer,
Home for aged people.



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Gash on hand

Income from investments



$5,766 87
282 96

$5,999 88



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Cash on hand



. $5,999 88



$5,999 83



Home not yet opened.



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



MILrORD HOSPITAL, oom«r BCain ftnd Prospect flti., Blilford. (In-

COTp<Mrated 1900.)

Report for year ending June 1, 1918.

Heber D. Bowker, President; John E. Swift, Secretary; Percy
L. Walker, Treasurer; Emily L. Lee, Superintendent,

Care and treatment of sick and disabled persons. Persons suf-
fering from insanity, contagious and acute venereal diseases, or
delirium tremens not admitted. Includes training school for nurses.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 8.

Number aided during year in institution, 540, viz., 380 paying,
77 partly paying, 83 free; outside institution, 24, viz., 14 paying,
6 partly paying, 4 free.



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Cash on hand
From beneflciariw
Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments



$988 89

14,011 42

2,800 22

794 28



918,589 76



Or,

Salaries and wages $5,410 92
Printing, postage, and office

supplies. ... 254 93

Provisions and supplies . 5,151 42

Heat, light, and power 2,037 13
Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 987 07
Medical and surgical sup-

pUes .... 1,687 77

Training school . 1,884 42

Dry goods, linen . 180 62

Telephone .... 61 68

Miscellaneoua . 229 82

Total current expenses $17,885 78

Income invested . . 527 41

Cash on hand . 726 57

$18,589 76



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$68,500; value of investments, $16,339.83.

MiLLBURY.

BOLLBUBY SOCIETY rOB DI8TBICT NUBSINQ, BflUbury. (Incor-
porated 19U.)

Rei>ort for year ending January 1, 1913.

Mrs. Lurline W. Hooper, President; Mrs. Marion L. Gould, Sec-
retary; Miss Lilla M. Streeter, Treasurer.

To assist those who may need the services of a trained nurse,
and to encourage and foster every effort for the scientific care of
the sick.

Number aided during year, 153, viz., 74 paying, 64 partly pay-
ing, 15 free; number of families aided, 126.



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Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Income from inTestments
Nnrses' receipts .
Membership fees .
Entertainments and sales
Miscellaneous



$548 82
185 00
24 01
891 55
105 50
484 01
10 10



$1,648 99



$828 71



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .
Proyisions and supplies
Oar fares
Neir England Telephone and

Telegraph Company
Legal expense
Entertainment expense
Livery hire .
Miso^laneous



Total current expenses
Income inTested .
Cash on hand at end of year 199 42



80


64


18


87


22


56


25


45


89


15


68


89


9


50


5


55


. $1,044


82


400


25



$1,648 99



Value of investments, $400.25.



8T. JOUPH'S INDUSTKIAL SCHOOL rOB B0Y8, Park HiU, Mmbury.
! (Incorporated 1900.)

Beport for year ending May 81, 1918.

Eev. Bernard S. Conaty, President; Thomas A. Dowd, Secretary;
William E. Montgomery, Treasurer and Supermtendent

Education of homeless and neglected boys of all denominations.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 79, viz., 40 paying, 38 partly paying,
1 free.



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Cash on hand .


$147 86


Salaries and wages .


$1,872 51


Subscriptions and donations


5.661 95


Printing, postage, and office




Annnities and beqnests to




supplies ....


69 76


Inoome ....


5,218 40


ProTisions and supplies


8,686 88


Dairy ....


4,590 78


Heat, light, and power


801 68


Shops ....


850 89


Furnishings and incidental




Clothing ....


184 21


repairs ....


910 44


Band ....


10 80


Laundry and clothing


850 57


Miscellaneous


166 42


Insurance and interest


696 50






Dairy ....


7,648 89






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


298 66




$16,279 84






Cash on hand .


47




$16,280 81


$16,280 81



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$31,000; amount of mortgage on same, $6,000; value of invest-
ments, $3,200.



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



MlLTOX.

KIDDIB HOUSE ASSOOIATION, 101 Blue Hilli Parkw»y, MUtan. (In-
corporated 1910.)

Report for ye«r ending November 1, 1918.

Nathaniel T. Kidder, President; Roger Walcott> Secretary; Xa-
thaniel H. Stone, Treasurer; John ^y. DeBrayn, Superintendent.

The study of social conditions in Milton with a view to their
improvement.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 2.



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From beneficUries
SubeeriptionB and donations
Rent from Milton Public
Library ....
Interest ....

Total current receipts
Transferred from capital



$82 00

8,857 00

840 00

12 05

$3,741 05

74 52



$8,816 47



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Salaries and wages $2,004 00
Heat, light, and power 182 00
Furnishings, incidental re-
pairs, and alterations . 440 12
For sidewalk ... 60 04
Miseellaneous 196 24

Total current exi>enses . $2,882 40

Cash on hand 984 07

$3,816 47



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$7,400.

LEOPOLD M0B81 HOME TOB INFXBM HEBBEW8 AND OBPHANAQB,
100 Blue HillB Parkway, Milton (post-oflEloe address, Mattapan). (In-
corporated 1888.)

Report for year ending May 12, 1918.

Louis Hecht, Jr., President; Jacob M. Spitz, Secretary; Joseph
M. Herman, Treasurer.
Assists Home for Jewish Children.



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Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments
Boylston educational fund .
Rent of cottage .
Miscellaneous



$5,721 28

175 00

1,865 87

224 00

255 00

12 25



$7,752 90



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Sslaries and wages


$75 00


Heat, light, and power


98 89


Furnishings and incidental




repairs ....


81 86


CareUker ....


40 00


Water


29 75


Home for Jewish Children.


1,650 00


Miscellaneous


84 82


Total current expenses .


$2,004 82


Cash on hand


5.748 58



$7,752 90



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$59,178.68; value of investments, $36,609.18.



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MILTON CONVALESCENT HOBSE, 101 Bdffe HiU Bd., East MUton. (In-
corporated 1903.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Bev. Eoderick Stebbins, President; Miss M. L. Bichardson, Sec-
retary; Miss Helen L. Jaques, Treasurer; Miss E. J. O'Brien, Ma-
tron.

For women and children, convalescent or debilitated; no con-
sumptives received ; no discrimination as to color or religion ; those
pay board who can do so.

Number of paid officers or employees, 5.

Xuraber aided during year, 427, viz., 15 paying, 47 partly paying,
365 free.



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Cash on hand


$158 83


Salaries, wages, and labor .


$1,467 84


From beneficiaries


491 60


Printing, i>ostage, and office




Snbeeriptions and donations


6,049 96


supplies ....


66 68


Miscellaneons


18 76


Provisions and supplies


3,823 41






Telephone ....


94 82


,




Heat, light, and power


1,214 88






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


128 81






Water


2Q7 89






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


87 56




$6,591 79






Cash on hand


122 86




$6,714 15


$6,714 15



Value of investments, $1,993.61.

SWIFT CHABITT, MUton. (Incorporated 1898.)

Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Bev. Boderick Stebbins, President; Samuel Gannett, Secretary;
Nathaniel T. Kidder, Treasurer.

For the purpose of aiding, rendering more comfortable, and sup-
porting deserving persons in the town of Milton, and lending
money on mortgages at low rates of interest to poor women.

Number aided during year, 12.



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Cash on hand
Income from iuTestments



$1,769 05
1,467 77



$8,286 82



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Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Legal services
Charity
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$4 00

50 00

800 00

8 50



$862 50
2.874 82

$8,286 82



Value of investments, $32,651.80.



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Montague.

BN BIBMOBIAL HOSPITAL OT MOMTAOUX CITT, MA88.,
Monfgut. (Inoorpor»ted 1900.)
Beport for year ending September 80, 1918.

Thomas D. Beaven, D.D., President; Sister M. Evange-
*Mry and Superintendent; Mother Mary of Providence,



nt of medical, surgical, and obstetrical cases,
of paid oflBcers or employees, 31.
aided during year, 522, viz., 484 paying, 17 partly pay
e.

Or,
SaUries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies.
ProTisions and supplies
Heat, light, and power
furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 3,454 66
Insurance .... 880 00

Miscellaneous ... 95 70



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iries

1 bequests to



$1,104 57

18,146 61

2,500 00

27 76



$21,778 94



$2,783 32

94 10

5,652 88

1,524 15



Total eurrent expenses .
Deposit in building fund

for repairs
Cash on hand



$14,484 81

4,806 10
2,588 58

$21,778 94



f real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
Nantucket.

UNASItTH CLUB OT NANTUOKXT, North BMoh St., Nan-
tucket. (Inc o rporated 1906.)
Beport for year ending February 28, 1918.

. Burton, President; Prank W. Woodlock, Secretary;

Gardner, Treasurer; George C. Wilton, Superintendent.

culture. Classes for boys and girls aged twelve to



of paid oflScers or employees, 2.



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iries

and donations
investments



$1,271 11

109 00

1,680 00

45 50

91 80



$3,146 91



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Rent ....
Heat, Ught, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Miscellaneous

Total eurrent exi>enses
Ossh on hand



$1,412 00

12 82
350 00
451 47

240 03
54 27



$2,520 58
626 88

$8,146 91



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CHTLDBBN'S AID 80CIITT or MANTUOKXT, Nftntucket. (Incor-
porated 1894.)
Report for year ending May 81» 1918.

Miss Lydia M. Folger, President pro tem.; Mrs. Lizabeth Folger,
Secretary; Mrs. Annie S. Wait, Treasurer,

For the support and education of children who are not under
proper government at home.

Number aided during year, 4.



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Canh on hand
Subscriptions and donations
Income from inveatments
Bebate ....



$271 68

41 00

269 00

6 15



$587 78



Or,
Printing, postage, and office

supplies , $2 00
Furnishings and incidental re-
pairs 67 69

Board 365 87

Flowers 5 00

Christmas for children . 2 00

Sundries .... 1 97

Total current expenses $444 58

Cash on hand . 148 25

$587 78



Value of investments, $5,800.

HKLPINO HAND 800IXTY, Nantucket. <Incorp<Hrated 1900.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Mary A. Simpson, President and Treasurer; Anna Starbuck
Jenks, Secretary.

To help the worthy poor.
Number aided during year, 1.



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Cash on hand
Subscriptions and donations



$286 93
17 76



$254 68



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Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....
Proyisions and supplies .

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$0 65
7 00



$7 65
247 03

$254 68



LADIES' HOWABD SOCIETY 07 NANTUCKET, Nantucket. (Incor-
porated 1846.)
Report for year ending September 80, 1918.

Mary J. Austin, Vice President; Anna F. Rule, Secretary; Lu-
cretia R. Cartwright, Treasurer.
To relieve the poor.
Number aided during year, 7.



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id donatioiiB
Testmento

receipts
rings bank



$27 84

9 00

55 40

$91 74
100 00



$191 74

investments, $1,650.



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Provisions and supplies
Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....
Gash aid famished

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$26 70

1 00
134 00

$161 70
80 04

$191 74



COTTAai HOSPITAL, West CMitar St., Nwtueket. (In-
corporated 1911.)

Beporft for year ending May 81, 1918.

ird L. Eustis, President; Mrs. Lena W. Qrouard, Sec-
son S. Barney, Treasurer.

lishment and maintenance of a hospital and visiting
c.

f paid officers or employees, 1.
ided during year, 19, viz., 11 paying, 4 partly paying,



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$4,998 75


as


81 20


id donations


1,811 80


restments


146 04


m


400 00


ihips .


106 00


receipts


$7,048 79


tes


1,500 00



$8,548 79



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Salaries and wages $207 80
Printing, postage, and office

supplies .... 8 05

Heat, light, and power 1 10

Real estate .... 6,000 00

Miscellaneous • 11 75

Total current expenses . $6,228 70

Cash on hand 2,815 09

$8,548 79



•eal estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes.



OF ASSOCIATION, Nantucket. (Incorporated 1874.)

Beport for year ending January 16, 1918.

?olger. President; Phebe W. Bunker, Secretary; Annie

easurer.

mce of the worthy aged poor.

ided during year, 24.



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d donations
estments



$888 85

1,408 81

688 22



$2,485 88



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Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....
Cash aid rendered

Total current expenses
Income invested .
Oash on hand



$22 50
963 00



$985 50

1,000 00

449 88

$2,485 88



ivestments, $21,500.



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THE UNION BnnEVOLmT 80CIITT, Nantucket. (IncOTp^Mrated 188S.)
Beport for year ending May 7, 1018.

Mrs. Nancy J. Allen, President; Mrs. Etta C. Wood, Secretary;
Mrs. Helen E. Appleton, Treasurer.
To clothe needy children.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 7.
Number aided during year, 15 ; number of families aided, 9.



Dr.

Oath on hand

Income from inTeatments


fO 01
207 24


Of.
Salariea and wages
ProTisions and supplies
Cash on hand


f50 00

188 54

42 71



$276 26

Value of investments, $6,681.



f276 26



Natick.

MARIA HATU HOBSS VOB AOID PE&80N8, 18 Salt Central 8t., Natick.

(Incorporated 1904.)

Beport for year ending February 4, 1018.

Patrick H. Cooney, President; William F. Quinlan, Secretary;
Francis C. Perry, Treasurer.

To establish and maintain a home for old persons of respectable
character.

Dr. Cr.

Cash on hand f 1.472 77 Furnishings and incidental

Income from Inyestmento 1,867 46 repairs . . . , $122 86

Cash on hand . 2,717 86



f 2,840 22



$2,840 22



Value of real estate owned, $10,000; value of investments, $31,-
416.98.

Needham.

THI QLOVIB HOBSS AND HOSPITAL, Oheftnut St., Needham. (In-
corporated 1911.)

Beport for nine months ending December 81, 1012.

William G. Moseley, President; Mrs. Helen B. Chapman, Secre-
tary; Charles E. Stanwood, Treasurer; Miss M. E. Coombs, Super-
intendent.

To aid deserving persons, preferably women and children and
residents of Needham.

Nun^ber of paid employees, 5.

Number aided, 13, viz., 11 paying, 1 partly pajring, 1 free.



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