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Francis, Treasurer; Miss Agnes Snow, Superintendent
lory; Miss Clara B. Watson, Superintendent of Boys'
i Rooms.
and work for the good of young people, and general



of paid oflScers or employees, 9.




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$1,658 01


Salaries and wages


$3,002 00


and donatione


468 00


Printing, postage, and office




investments


8,820 87


supplies ....


19 78


d sewing wom




Heat, light, and power


692 28


tee .


895 00


Furnishings and incidental






95 00


repairs ....


85 81


fund


8,500 00


Relief work


8,325 00






Insurance ....


90 00






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


187 51




$7,852 88






Income invested .


500 00






Cash on hand


2,106 55




$9,958 88


$9,958 88



E real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
; value of investments, $68,925.75.



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Newbukyport.

ANNA JAQU18 HOSPITAL, Hlfhl*nd ▲▼•., Newburjport. (Incorporated

1S84.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1012.

Charles W. Moseley, President; Laurence P. Dodge, Secretary;
Henry B. Little, Treasurer; Jesse E. Grant, Superintendent

Care of the sick in Newbnryport, Amesbury, Salisbury, New-
bury, and West Newbury.

Number of paid officers or employees, 32.

Number aided during year in institution, 589, viz., 403 paying
and partly paying, 186 free; outside institution, 152, viz., 107
paying and partly paying, 45 free.



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Cash on hand .
From beneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Income from inTestments .
Notes receivable .



$2,402 M
18.008 07

8,417 68
12,682 66

1,675 00



$88,191 00



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

repairs .
Interest and legal expenses
Premiums .
Paid on debt
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$8,781 65
9,012 89
8,852 77

2.409 48

598 60

126 88

6,950 00

866 90

$82,098 67
1,092 88

$88,191 00



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$95,875; value of investments, $376,343.



▲880CIATID CHABITIB8 OV NSWBURTPOBT, 71 State St., Howbury-
port. (Inoorporatod IflS.)

Report for year ending October 16, 1918.

Joshua Hale, President; Florence W. Thurlow, Secretary; I. T.
Rule, Treasurer; Mrs. F. B. Lewis, General Secretary.

To secure the concurrent action of the charities in Newbnry-
port in order to raise the needy above the need of relief.

Number of paid officers or employees, 2.

Nxmiber of families aided during year, 189.



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CmK on hand


$7 79


Salaries and wages


$2,007 00


Subscriptions and donations


8,985 07


Printing, postage, and office








supplies ....


184 88






ProTisions and supplies


1,142 19






Rent


168 00






Heat, light, and power


14 26






Furnishings and incidental








repairs ....


8 50






Telephone ....


50 52






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


88 48




$8,608 28






Oash on hand


884 58




$8,992 86


$8,992 86



aiNlllAL CHABITABLX SOCHTY OV NSWBURTPOBT, Newburyport.

(Incorporatod ISM.)

Report for year ending October 81, 1918.

Miss Jane R. Wood, 172 High St., President; Miss Georgiana
D. Balch, Secretary; Hon. William F. Houston, Treasurer.
Assisting the worthy poor.
Xumber of paid oflBcers or employees, 1.
Number of families aided during year, 107.



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Cash on hand $77 84

Income from inTestments 1,720 02

From members' dues . 81 75



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Salaries and wages
Monthly disbursements
Treasurer's bond .



Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$1,829 61

Value of investments, $41,033.24.



$150 00

1.578 89

100 00

$1,828 89
72

$1,829 61



BIABINl SOCIBTT AT NSWBURTPOBT Df NSW INQLAND, IM mgh.
St., Hewburjport. (Incorpoimt«d 1777.)

Report for year ending NoTember 80, 1918.

Richard Newell, President; William H. Bayley, Secretary and
Treasurer.

Relief of its members and widows of deceased members.
Number of paid officers or employees, 1.
Number aided during year, 7.



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Cash on hand . $655 87

Income from investments 51 41



$706 78

Value of investments, $6,937.50



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Salaries and wages
Beneficiaries .
Miscellaneous .

Total current ezi>en8es
Cash on hand



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211 00

60 84

$421 84
284 94

$706 78



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MlRHfM4CK HUMAMI SOCOBTT, Hewbuxyport. (Inoorponkted 18M.)
Beport for year ending August 81, 1918.

Thomas C. Simpson, President; Lawrence B. Gushing, Secre-
tary; William B. Johnson, Treasurer.

For the recovery of persons who meet with accidents which pro-
duce in them the appearance of death, and for the preservation of
human life and the alleviation of its miseries.

Number of paid officers or employees, 5.



Cash on hand
Income from investments
Rebate on bank tax
Life membership fee



$9 51

575 20

22

5 00



$595 93



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Salaries and wages


$67 00


New life saving apparatus


20 62


Medal for life saving


6 00


To hospitals .


875 00


Advertising annual meeting


8 00


Total current expenses


$471 62


Income invested


109 80


Cash on hand


14 51



$595 98



Value of investments, $14,235.84.



inWBURTPOBT ANTI-TVBIBCULOSIS ASSOCIATIOH, Hewburyport.
(Inoorporatdd 1909.)

Beport for year ending April 24, 1913.

Mrs. George T. Howard, President; Miss Edith S. Dole, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Caroline M. Manthan, Treasurer.
Belief and control of tuberculosis.
Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 2.
Number aided during year, 73 ; number of families aided, 30.



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Cash on hand


$815 05


Salaries end wages


$920 57


Subscriptions and donations


687 00


Printing, postage, and office




Bazaar and fete day .


1,226 75


supplies .


77 80


Bed Cross seals .


78 98


Provisions and supplies


476 99


Interest ....


15 81


Bent ....


77 00






Heat, light, and power


12 65






Lecturer


25 00






Bed Cross seals .


18 82






Expenses of fete .

Total current expenses


100 08




$1,708 86






Income invested .


200 00






Cash on hand


419 28




$2,328 09


$2,828 09



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NXWBURTFOBT BBTHBL 80CBTT, H«wbiirypoft. (Inoorponidd 18f7.)
Report for year ondinff Norember 80, 1018.

Miss Alice Q. Jones, President; Mrs. Minerva E. Bayley, Secre-
tary; Mrs. Abbie L. Bray, Treasurer.
The temporal atid spiritual welfare of seamen and their families.
Number aided during year, 14.



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Cash on hand
Income from investments
Bank tax rebate
Membership fees
Legacy ....



$105 08

220 40

85 85

44 25

25 00



$480 08



Or.

To sick and disabled seamen . $105 00

Seamen's widows . 100 00

Missionary work 82 00

MisceUaneons .... 5 90

Total current expenses . $292 90

Cash on hand 187 18

$480 08



Value of investments, $4,673,81.



NSWBURTPOBT WEMALK CHABITABLX SOOIBTT, Nvwburyport. (In-

oorporated 1806.)
Report for year ending June 80, 1918.

Elizabeth C. M. Noyes, President; Miss Caroline L. Colman,
Secretary and Treasurer.

To aid in their own homes indigent female children between the
ages of three and thirteen years, preference given to orphans.

Number aided during year, 6.



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Cash on hand
Income from investments
Miscellaneous .



$110 07

117 64

17 85



$245 56



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Paid to beneficiaries
Interest added to capital

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$120 00
81 90

$151 90
98 66

$245 56



Value of investments, $2,340.

NSWBURTPOBT HOMOEOPATHIC HOSPITAL, 367 Hlfh St., Newbury-
port. (Incocporated 1898.)

Beport for year ending December 81, 1912.

John C. Eolfe, President; Charles P. Johnson, M.D., Secretary;
Charles F. A. Hall, M.D., Treasurer; Miss Theodosia P. Manwell,
Superintendent.

Care and treatment of sick and disabled persons in Newbury-
port and its vicinity who desire Homoeopathic treatment



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Number of paid (^cers or employees, 8 (also 13 nurses in train-
ing school who receive monthly allowance).

Number aided during year, 293, viz., 15 paying, 263 partly pay-
ing, 25 free.



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Cash on hand


$480 00


Salaries and wages .


14,540 17


From benefteiariea


0,057 98


Prorisions and supplies


2,799 58


Subscriptions and donations


858 00


Bent ....


100 00


Income from inyestments .


1,018 47


Heat, light, and power


968 88


Training school .


47 88


Furnishings and incidenta




Sale of bond


1,088 75


repairs .


188 75


Proceeds two shares bank




Medical supply .


779 26


stock in liquidation


220 00


Expense


782 49


Miscellaneoiis


10 06


Interest


02 44




910,116 02






Cash on hand .


161 28




110,277 26


$10,277 25



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$23,645.53; value of investments, $35,651.58.



NBWBUBTPOBT 800IBTY FOB THE RKJir OF AQKD RMAL18,

75 Hlfh St., Nowburyport. (IncorporaUd 18S9.)

Report for eleren and one-half months ending March 81, 1918.

Hannah B. Osgood, President; Miss Harriot W. Colman, Secre"
tary; Prank 0. Woods, Treasurer j Mrs. Elsie I. Watson, Superin-
tendent

Home for Protestant American women at least sixty years of age,
residents of Newburyport. Admission, $50 and conveyance of
property to Home. Also furnishes outside relief to old ladies.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year in institution, 19; outside institu-
tion, 76; number of families aided, 74.



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Cash on hacd


926


19


Salaries and wages


91.985 21


From beneficiaries


50


00


Printing, postage, and office


)


Income from investments


6,926


92


supplies .


6 12


Membership fees .


18


76


Provisions and supplies


1,885 84


Bank tax refunded


60


14


Deposited in savings bank


50 00


Rent ....


890


00


Heat, light, and power


970 85


Garden


20


64


Furnishings and incidenta




Miscellaneous


2


84


repairs


875 56








Outside reUef
Tax






1,749 88
63 91


Total current receipts


96,494


98






Loans to income .


2,000


00


Telephone
Insurance
Garden
Water .
Livery stable
Miscellaneous






81 94
75 00
53 89
10 00
24 25
2 04




Total current expenses


96.788 99








Cash on hand


1,760 99




98,494 98


98,494 98



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$20,500; value of investments, $156,356.86.



MXWBUBTFOBT 800IBTY FOB THE RKJir OF AQKD BON, 8SS Hlffh
St., NtwbuTTport. (Incotporated 18M.)

Report for year ending August 81, 1918.

L. W. Sargent, President; W. C. Coffin, Secretary; William Ills-
ley, Treasurer; Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Little, Superintendent
and Matron.

Home for men over sixty-five years of age, citizens of Newbury-
port for ten years, in good physical and mental condition. Admis-
sion fee, $100.

Number of paid officers or employees, 5.

Xumber aided during year, 14.



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From beneficiaries
Inoome from inyestments
From farm .
From board .

Total current receipts
Loans to income .



9100 00

2,828 25

890 01

262 11

$8,570 87
148 42



$3,718 79



Cr.
Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and ofBee

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

r^airs
Insurance
Funeral expenses
New furnishings
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Income invested .



$925 87



18


08


1,405


59


841


54


55


68


80


00


59


00


89


42


58


12


. $2,978 25


740


54



$8,718 79



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$16,321.61; value of investments, $64,237.95.



mBWBUBYPOBT TOUNQ BON'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, 96 SteU

St., Newburyport. (IncotporaUd 1884.)

Report for year ending April 80, 1918.

Edgar L. Willard, President; John H. Babb, Secretary; John T.
Lunt, Treasurer.

Improvement of the spiritual, mental, social, and physical con-
ditions of young men.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.

Number aided during year, 263, viz., 212 paying, 12 partly pay-
ing, 29 free.



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Cash on hand

Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments
Miscellaneous

Total current receipts
Loans to income .



$3 11

2,861 25

414 04

1.889 25

94.667 65

400 00



96,067 65



C7r.
Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

supplies
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Gash on hand



92,218 82

211 90
896 90

871 01
1,871 94



$5,065 07
2 58

95,067 65



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$48,000; value of investments, $12,000.

TOUNQ WOBIIN'8 CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, IS Market St., Newbury-
port. (Incotporated 188f .)

Report for year ending Octoher 1, 1918.

Mrs. Florence F. Conant, President; Mrs. Annie S. A. Field, Sec-
retary; Mrs. Annie C. Moody, Treasurer; Miss Isabel J. Mac-
Eenzie, Superintendent.

Boarding home; educational; philanthropic.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 3.

Ni^ber aided during year, 130, all paying.



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Cash on hand
From heneficiaries
Subscriptions and donations
Income from investments
Miscellaneous



$465 24

8.577 18

284 05

100 00

450 12



94,876 54



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Salaries and wages $1,890 07
Printing, postage, and office

supplies . . 18 28

Provisions and supplies . 2,844 88

Heat, light, and power 289 12

Miscellaneous 44 20



Total current expenses
Income invested .
Cash on hand



$4,081 45

89 07

756 02

$4,876 54



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$5,500; value of investments, $1,739.07.

Newton.

A88O0IATID CHABITII8 OF MSWTON, 8t9 Washinffton St., Newton-

▼iUe. (Incotporated 1893.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Charles S. Ensign, President; Mary E. Martin, Secretary; John
P. Lotlirop, Treasurer,

To raise the needy poor above the need of relief, to prevent beg-
ging and imposition, and to diminish pauperism.



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T of paid oflScers or employees, 2.
ir of families aided, 61.



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id . . .

8 and donations
1 inyestments



$640 24

764 88

17 64



$1,422 76



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office
snpplies ....

Bent

Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand



$686 00

111 47

100 00

10 00

$857 47
565 29

$1,422 76



of investments, $600.



DISTRICT NUBSINQ ASSOCIATION, Newton. (Incorponbtod
1901.)

Report for year ending October 81, 1918.

. E. Stanley, President; Mrs. H. P. Converse, Secretary;
rles L. Smith, Treasurer; Miss E. W. Hamilton, Super-
of Nurses.

5 for the sick poor in their homes, and to give instruction
Dursing and wholesome living,
r of paid ofiBcers or employees, 3.



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id . . .
;iaries

1 and donations
I investments


$668 92

660 24

1,800 00

16 87


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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office
supplies ....
Provisions and supplies
Car fares and carriage hire
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Cash on hand


$1,516 10

77 10

99 11

276 78

81 01




$3,000 10
645 43




$2,645 58


$2,645 53



HOSPITAL, WMhington St., Newton Lower Fftlls. (Inoor-
porftted 1881.)

Report for year ending August 81, 1918.

1 C. Bray, President; Alonzo R. Weed, Secretary; George

Isifer, Treasurer; Mary M. Riddle, Matron.

• sick poor in Newton.

r of paid oflSeers or employees, 124 (including 61 pupil

r aided during year, 2,163, viz., 1,190 paying, 484 partly
79 free.



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Cash on hand .


$1,585 64


Salaries and wages .


$81,509 58




64,576 01


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and dona




supplies


824 91


tions .


18.070 82


Provisions and supplies .


42.825 26


Income from inyestments


6.868 69


Heat, light, and power


7,877 54


Special fund .


9,000 00


Furnishings and inciden-




Miscellaneous .


881 67


tal repairs .


4,947 90






Loans repaid .


4,707 06






Special fund

Total current expenses .


4,925 88




$99,882 41






Cash on hand .


1.000 42




9100.882 88


$100,882 83



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$205,700; value of investments, $136,476.16.



mBWTON TOTTNO BON'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Church and BeUe-
Tue Sts., Newton. (Incorporated 1891.)

Report for year ending October 81, 1918.

Allan C. Emery, President; H. W. Bascom, Secretary; J. Wil-
liam Blaisdell, Treasurer.

To help young men to develop physically, socially, mentally, and
spiritually.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 12.

Number of members, 850.



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Cash on hand .


$75 81


Salaries and wages




$9,832 86


Foreign work


\ 1.455 15


Printing, postage, and office




Subscriptions and donations


5,808 66


supplies .




468 88


Athletics ....


689 40


Heat, light, power.


and




Dormitories


4,422 54


water




2,487 50


Bible study


92 61


Furnishings and incidental




Social work (games) .


1,848 28


repairs .




584 88


Memberships


4.111 08


Social work




1,176 88


Boys' department


1.288 89


Foreign work




1,428 12


Miscellaneous


999 65


Dormitories
Religious work .
General expense
Physical department
Boys* department




871 01
289 28
1,072 64
732 19
448 51






Miscellaneous

Total current expenses .


180 09




$19,662 24






Cash on hand




128 83




$19,686 07


$19,686 07



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$180,000.



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NONiJITUM DAT HUBSIET A8800IATI0N, S81 WttUrtown St.. Hcwton.
(InoorponUd 1907.)

Report for year ending January 24, 1918.

Miss Grace Weston, President; Mrs. G. H. Wilkms, Secretary;
Mrs. W. H. Allen, Treasurer; Miss Grace Francis, Head Worker.

To maintain a day nursery for the care of the children of work-
ing mothers ; to provide classes and clnbs for girls and boys between
the ages of six and sixteen; and classes and recreation clubs for
women.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 4.

Number aided during year in institution, 657, viz., 451 partly
paying, 206 free; outside institution, 9, all free; number of families
aided, 6.



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Oaah on hand
From beneficiaries
SubacripUona and donations
MiaeeUaneooa



Cr.



$484 12


8alariea and wagea


$981 90


61 92


Printing, postage, and office


)


1.758 60


tnppliei .


89 80


12 42


ProTisions and tuppliea


427 51




Rent and water tax


811 02




Heat, light, and power


148 75




Furnishings and ineidenta






repairs


54 60




Telephone .


12 80




Laundry


18 10




Supplies for clubs and






cUsses


186 46




Entertainments


28 71




Boston conference


1 00




Miscellaneous

Total current expenses


28 83




$2,188 48




Cash on hand


181 58


$2,815 06


$2,815 06



PLATaBOUlTD AND SOCIAL 8BBVICI LIAQUI, Newton Cantn. (in-

eorporaUd 1909.)

Beport for year ending April 1, 1918.

William C. Brewer, President; F. W. Denio, Secretary; A. Leslie
Harwood, Jr., Treasurer.

To interest people of Newton Centre in local and civic affairs,
and to encourage and supervise play on the public playground.

Number of paid oflBcers or employees, 4.



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Cash on hand
Subscriptions and donations



$88 02
528 00



$609 02



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Salariea and wagea $249 17

Printing, postage, and office

suppliea 94 00

Playground supplies 160 70

Miscellaneous . 20 50

Total current expenses $524 87

Oash on hand 84 65

$609 OS

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BXBBOOA FOICEOT NXWTON HOMB FOB ORPHAN QIBLS, COBPO-

BATION OF» 14 Horej St., Newton. (Incotporated 1884.)

Report for year ending KoTember 80, 1918.

Charles A. Haskell^ President; Mrs. Arthur M. Grain, Secretary;
Oliver M. Fisher, Treasurer; Miss Clara M. Hayes, Superintendent.
Care of orphan girls.
Number of paid officers or employees, 2.
Number aided during year, 14, viz., 3 partly paying, 11 free.



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Cash on hand
From beneflciariea * .
Snbacriptiona and donations
Income from inyeatments

Total current receipts
Loans to income .



$884 88

56 00

1,215 42

1.657 79

$8,818 69
69 48



$8,888 02



Cr,
Salaries and wages
ProTlsiont and supplies
Heat, light, and power
Furnishings and incidental

repairs
Shoes and clothing
Miscellaneous

Total current expenses
Ossh on hand



$940


00


770


92


258
1


88


98


40


60


91


471


84


. $2,599


90


1,288


12



$8,883 02



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$10,600; value of investments, $29,020.65.



8TONB INS T I T U T B AND NIWTON HOMB FOB AQBD FBOFLB, 177

BUiott St., Newton Upp«r FftUa. (Inoorpomted 1888.)
Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

Charles E. Riley, President; Henry Bailey, Secretary; Albert P.
Carter, Treasurer; Anna E. Hale, Matron.

A home for Protestant American women in indigent circum-
stances, residents of Newton. Admission fee, $250.

Number of paid officers or employees, 6.

Number aided during year, 17, all free.



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Cash on hand . $1,524 41

Subscriptions and donations 754 65

Income from inyestments . 6,661 86

Interest .... 54 89

Total current receipts $8,995 81
Securities transferred t o

capital account 1,861 17



$10,856 48



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Salaries and wages . $2,032 64

Printing, postage, and office

supplies. ... 51 78

ProTisions and supplies 1,766 18

Heat, light, and power 720 98

Furnishings and incidental

repairs .... 290 94

Health and funeral ex-
pensed .... 986 87

Taxes .... 199 46

Miscellaneous 558 11

Total current expenses . $6,601 91

Cash on hand . 8,754 57

$10,856 48



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Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$14,750 ; value of investments, $147,333.45.



WB8T mBWTON DAT HUBSIET, M llm St., WMt H«wion. (Inoor-

ponUd lf08.)

Report for year endinf January 1, 1918.

Mrs. C. H. Ames, President; Mrs. W. A. Young, Secretary;
Mrs. J. A. Neal, Treasurer.

To take care of yoimg children whose mothers must work, and
of older girls in clubs, and neighborhood work.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 5.

Number aided during year, 5,819 ; number of families aided, 40.



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Oath on hand $914 67

From beneficiaries . 242 05

Subscriptions and donations 1,668 00

Pop concert 894 22

Sale 610 00

Classes .... 25 55

Interest .... 24 54

Miscellaneous ... 180 88



$4,504 86



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Salaries and wages
Printing, postage, and office

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

repairs
Telephone
Ice

Water.
Oity tax
Miscellaneous
Pop concert
Glass work .

Total current expenses
Gash on hand



$1,150 10



68


49


980


24


205


09


199


80


81


40


22


10


82


28


8


82


8


50


894


78


7


65


. $8,048


25


1,456


61



$4,504 86



Value of real estate owned and occupied for corporate purposes,
$5,500.



WORKna BOY8' HOMX, 601 Winehettmr St., Newton Hlffhlandi. (In-

eorporated 1884.)

Report for year ending December 81, 1912.

His Eminence Cardinal O'Connell, President; W. H. Dowling,
Secretary; Brother Sylvester, Treasurer and Superintendent

To care for homeless and wayward boys of all denominations.

Number of paid oflScers or employees, 11.

Number aided during year, 305, viz., 40 paying, 134 partly
paying, 131 free.



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Oash on hand


91,280 64




$8,192 00


Snbteriptions and donations


8,188 58


Printing, pottage, and office




Annnitiea and bequesU to




■uppliea.


2,675 10


inooma ....


24.455 81


Prorifiona and supplies


5,255 14






Heat, light, and power


1,818 21














repairs ....


2.289 17






MisceUaneons

Total enrrent expenses .


10,755 52




925.485 14






Oash on hand .



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