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ANNUAL RLPORT5



OF



THE TOWN OFFICERS



OF



5HARON, N. H.



FOR THE



Year Ending February 15, 1909.



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Hamilton Smith

Library,

. University of

New Hampshire



PETERBORO, N. H. :

TRANSCRIPT PRINTING COMPANY.

1909.



Town Officers for I908-I909.

Moderator, — John F. Fitzgerald.

Town Clerk, — B. H. Sanders.

Town Treasurer, — B. H. Sanders.

Selectmen — William W. Munkittrick, Edwin W. Smith, Chester
A. Hurd.

Supervisors of Check List — Alpha T. Wilson, Stephen L. Rob-
bins, Charles Porter.

Constable — Wm. W. Munkittrick.

Dog Constable — John F. Fitzgerald.

Overseer of Poor — B. H. Sanders.

Librarian — B. H. Sanders.

Fire Ward — John F. Fitzgerald.

Collector of Taxes — John F. Fitzgerald.

Sexton — Peter J. Wilson.

Surveyor of Wood and Lumber — B. H. Sanders.

Police Officer — Peter J. Wilson.

Board of Health— B. H. Sanders, J. F. Fitzgerald.

Road Agent— Calvin A. Hurd, by election ; Peter J. Wilson by
appointment by Selectmen.



School Officers.

School Board — B. H. Sanders, Ellen A. Wilson, John F. Fitz-
gerald.

Treasurer — B. H. Sanders.

Town Auditors — Ernest C. Flagg, Charles N. Wilson, Calvin
A.. Hurd.



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT.

February 15, 1909.

Financial Statement and Resources, Town of Sharon, N. H.

Cash on hand February 15, 1908, settlement % 275 58

Due town, uncollected taxes, Feb. 15, 1908, settlement 310 85
By error of treasurer in 1908, settlement, cash
Committed to collector for collection, taxes
Received from State on bank tax and literary fund
Committed to collector, special moth tax
Selectmen, borrowed money for treasurer
Dog tax

Total amount bills paid for year, Feb. 15, 1909

Balance to town's credit for year, Feb. 15, 1909 $470 64

WILLIAM W. MUNKITTRICK,
EDWIN W. SMITH,
CHESTER A. HURD,

Selectmen of Sharon.



Selectmen'' s Report.

Bills paid :

Peter J. Wilson, interest on note % 30 00

D. P. Emory, paid on note 270 00
County tax 68 81
State tax 1 10 00
C. A. Hurd, road agent, as per bills rendered 331 30
To W. W. Munkittrick, upon highway, as per bill 144 76
Peter J. Wilson, road agent by appointment, as per bills 69 57

E. W. Smith, raking stone on highway 13 00
Alpha T. Wilson, bill 5 og
W. W. Munkittrick, to permanent improvement on

highway 164 74

Walbridge & Taylor, road plough 12 75

J. F. Fitzgerald, bills 34 95



W. W. Munkittrick, watering tub

W, W. Munkittrick, bills on Miller case, etc.

Selectmen's notes for borrowed money and interest

Francis Laine's bill

VV. W. Munkittrick, bill, selectman

E. W. Smith, bill, selectman

Chester A. Hurd, bill, selectman

W. W. Munkittrick, balance on bill

J. F. Fitzgerald, tax collector,

Transcript Printing Company

Peter J. Wilson, cemetery bill

Stephen L. Robbins, supervisor

Transcript Printing Co., printing invoices and taxes

W. W. Munkittrick, supervisor, bill for 1907

C. A. Hurd, bill for 1907

P. J. Wilson, moth bill

C. A. Hurd, bill

C. H. Porter, supervisor

C. W. Hall, bills on account of John Johnson

P. J. V\ ilson's bill as sexton

C. W. Jellison's bill

P. J. Wilson's bill

Transcript Printing Company

Stephen L. Robbins, supervisor

J. F. Fitzgerald, expenses to Concord to pay State tax

Alpha T. Wilson, supervisor, bill

B. H. Sanders, town clerk
" " town treasurer
" " overseer of poor
" " board of health
" " postage for use of town
" " care of school committee
" " books for library
" " insurance on library
" " care of library

Alpha T. Wilson, breaking roads
P. J. Wilson, cemetery bill
Ernest C. Flagg, auditor

C. W. Wilson, auditor
C. A. Hurd, auditor
G. P. Farrar, bill on road machine
P. J. Wilson, breaking roads
Bills paid by B. H. Sanders
Paid Ellen A. Wilson, school committee,

Total amonnt of bills paid to Feb. 15, 1909 $2189 82



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Feb. 15, 1898. Balance in treasury, money and

uncollected taxes 586 43

Feb. 15, 1909. Balance in treasury, money and

uncollected taxes 470 64



Showing money expended for year ending Feb.

15, 1909, more than raised $115 79

To offset this overdraft we paid the following items :
W. W. Munkittrick, bill for supervisor for

1907
C. A. Hurd, bill for 1907
Purchased one road plough for town
Two sets drag plank, J. F. Fitzgerald
Making drag, bolts, etc,
Cemetery bills paid for 1907
Purchased safe, money raised 1907
Overwork on permanent improvement on

highway



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Leaving overdraft



'105 51



SCHOOL REPORT.

Feb. 15, 1909.

Money raised for school purposes ?i75 00

Dog tax, transferred to school account 18 80
Balance in treasury to school account, credited to

District No, 2, 102 co



$295 80
Paid Ellen A. Wilson, school committee for Dis-
trict No. I 21050



Leaving balance for school purposes in treasury $85 30

Respectfully submitted by Board of Selectmen, Feb. 15, 1909,

WILLIAM W. MUNKITTRICK,
EDWIN W. SMITH,
CHESTER A. HURD,

Selectmen of Sharon.



ROAD AGENT'S REPORT.





Town of Sharon to C. A.


Hurd, Dr.


No. I. Bill,


Mar. 1908






Hours




13


C. A. Hurd ar


id team


2


$ 60


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Mar. 1908.


18


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C. A. Hurd


18


John


20


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20


Herman


2 I


Orrin


21


Herman




Spikes




Powder




Fuse




2400 feet plank


22


C. A. Hurd and


22


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22


Chester "


22


Herman


22


John


23


Orrin


23


Chester


23


Herman


23


C. A. Hurd


23


John


24


Chester


24


John


24


Orrin


24


Herman


25


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25


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25


C. A. Hurd


25


John


25


Herman


27


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27


Chester "


27


John


28


Chester


28


John


28


C. A. Hurd


28


Orrin


28


Henry


29


Chester "


29


John


29


Orrin "


29


Herman


30


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30


C. A. Hurd



team



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Mar. 1908.

30 Orrin and team


Hours
10


$3 00


30 Henry
30 Flagg
30 John
30 Herman


10
10
10
10


I 75
I 75
I 75
I 75


May

I Chester "


5


2 00


I John

I C. A. Hurd


5
5


2 00
88


I Henry


5


87



$235 62



Town of Sharon, Dr. to C. A. Hurd.



For labor on highway :












Hours.




ay 2.


Chester and


team


7


2 80




C. A. Hurd and team


7


2 80




Orrin




10


I 75




Henry




10


I 75




Flagg




10


I 75




John




10


I 75




Lester




2


35


16.


C. A. Hurd


and team


10


4 00




Henry and


team


10


4 00




Flagg




ID


I 75




Orrin




10


I 75




Hermon




16


I 75




John




10


I 75


19.


Sluice pipe
Freight




4


70

28 40

60


21.


C. A. Hurd


and team


5


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22.


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1 1


4 40




Chester


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4 40




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1 1


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Chester and team


8


3 20




C. A. Hurd




8


I 40




Orrin




8


I 40


27;


C. A. Hurd


and team


10


4 00




Henry




10


4 00




Orrin




10


I 75




John




10


I 75




Herman




10


I 75



* 1908.
June 4. Herman


Hours

5




$ 88






Orrin
II. Herman


5
5




87
88






28. Henry and team


2




80






Orrin


2




35






Finn


2




35


$96


48






Bills— No. I.
No. 2.




$


55 55
1 01 48






No. 3.
No. 4.






78 59
96 48


^332
300


10

00



Balance



Received April 7,

24,

May 14,

20,



50 00

125 00

75 00

50 00



^32


10




80


31


30


23


44



$7 86



Received Payment in full up to date, Aug. 12, 1908,

C. A. HURD.



PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS ON HIGHWAY.

Under direction of Wm. W. Munkiitrick.

Week ending May 9, 1908.



W. W. Munkittrick
Peter Sweeney, team
F. Laine
W. Lund
Wenner Stenlunt
Nikolai Jakobson



Rate.




AMT.


2 GO


$


7 80


4 00




15 60


I 75




6 56


I 75




6 83


' 75




6 83


I 75




6 83







$15 00






75






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$10 00


4


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14 00




75


7 00




75


8 75




75


8 75




75


8 75




75


7 88


4





9 00

1 1 00

2 00

I 00



Walbridge & Taylor, i case dyna-
mite
Walbridge & Taylor, 100 feet fuse
" " " I box caps

Week ending May 16, 1908.

W. W. Munkittrick

Peter Sweeney and team

F. Laine

W. Lund

Wenner Stenlunt

Nikolai Jakobson

Arthur Sweeney

Alpha T. Wilson and team

Vitrified pipe, 8 in., 44 feet

Hauling same

Walbridge & Taylor, May 13, 100

caps
Walbridge & Taylor, 100 ft. fuse

Total amount for two weeks $156 08

Week ending May 23, 1908.

W. W. Munkittrick

Peter Sweeney and team

F. Laine

W. Lund

Wenner Stenlunt

Zikolai Jakobson

Arthur Sweeney

Alpha T. Wilson and team

Alpha T. Wilson, extra horse

C. A. Hurd

Walbridge & Taylor, May 18, 100 ft.

fuse 75

Walbridge & Taylor, May 21, 100 ft.

fuse • 75

Walbridge & Taylor, May 21, box

caps I 00 $89 90

Week ending May 30, 1908.

W. W. Munkittrick $2 00 $10 00

Peter Sweeney and team 4 00 17 20

F. Laine i 75 8 75

W. Lund I 75 8 75



2


00


9


70


4


00


19


40




75


3


50




75


8


49




75


8


49




75


3


50




75


8


49


4


50


21


83


2


00


2


00


2


00


2


00



Wenner Stenlunt ^i 75 $ ^ 75

Alpha T. Wilson and team 4 50 22 50

John Ryomanc i 75 3 50 ^79 45

Week ending June 6, 1908.

W. W. Munkittrick
Peter Sweeney and team

F. Laine
W. Lund
Wenner Stenlunt
Alpha T. Wilson and team
John Ryomanc

G. P. Farrar, sharpening drills 3 20 $30 57

Total amount spent for perma-
manent improvement on high-
way by W. W. Munkittrick $356



2 00


3 40


4 GO


6 00


I 75


2 63


I 75


2 98


I 75


2 98


4 50


6 75


I 75


2 63




3 20



Highways.
Money expended as Chairman Board of Selectmen.

Week ending June 20, 1908.

W. W. Munkittrick $1 75 $3 50

Peter Sweeney, team one day,



rate 8^4.00
W. Lund
Wenner Stenlunt




I
I
I


75
75
75


5 75
3 50
3 50


Francis Laine




I


75


3 50


Week ending J


une 27, 1908.









W. W. Munkittrick




I


75


10 50


Peter Sweeney
W. Lund




I
I


75
75


9 63

10 50


Francis Laine




I


75


10 50


Wenner Stenlunt




I


75


10 50


Alpha T. Wilson, 4


horses


8


00


32 00


C. N. Wilson




2


00


8 00


W. W. Munkittrick,


I horse


I


00


2 00



^19 75



S93 63



Week ending July 4, 1908.

W. W. Munkittrick $1 75 $3 50

Peter Sweeney i 75 3 50

W. Lund I 75 4 38

Wenner Stenlunt i 75 4 3^

Francis Laine i 75 i 75

Alpha T. Wilson, 4 horses 8 00 8 00

C. N. Wilson 2 00 2 00

Peter Sweeney and team 4 00 i 33



$28 84



Sum total $142 22
Alpha T. Wilson, 80 feet bridge
plank $1.50, putting plank on

bridge .50, i plow point .54 2 54

Total $144 76

W. W. Munkittrick.



13



REPORT OF THE TREASURER

B. H. Sanders credits the town by receiving

from Collector for 1908 and Treasurer

of 1907 the sum of ^ ' $2320 26

Paid on orders from Selectmen 2189 82



Balance due town 130 44

Error in settlement of 1907 100 00



Making amount due town 230 44

B. H. SANDERS, Treasurer.



We certify that we have examined the Treasurer's book and
vouchers and find them correct.

Ernest Flagg,
C. A. HURD,

C. N. Wilson,

Auditors.
Sharon, N. H., Feb. 15, 1909.



TOWN WARRANT.

THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE.

To the inhabitants of the Toivn of Sharon Qualified to vote
in Town Affairs:

You are hereby notified to meet at the Brick School house, in
said town on Tuesday, the 9th day of March next, at 10 o'clock
in the forenoon to act upon the following subjects :

I St. To choose all necessary town officers and agents for
the ensuing year.

2nd. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary for
support of schools, for maintenance of the poor, for repairing
the highways, and all necessary charges arising within the
town and appropriate the same.

3rd. To raise and appropriate such sums of money as may
be necessary for the support of the town library.

4th. To see what sum of money the town will vote to raise
and appropriate towards paying the town debt and interest.

5th. To see what sum of money the town will vote to raise
to build a fire-proof vault at the Brick School house, District
No. 2, to keep its papers and records and appropriate the same.

6th. To see what sum of money the town will vote to raise
and appropriate for Old Home Day.

7th. To see what sum of money the town will raise and ap-
propriate for the care of its cemeteries.

8th. To see what action the town will take to temporary
closing the Mountain Road, so called, to public travel, unfil ar-
rangements can be made for its repair from Peterborough town
line to Francis Laine's, formerly known as Taggart Place, and
take any other action that may legally come before said meet-
ing.

Witness our hands and seal this twentieth day of February,
A. D., 1909.

WILLIAM W. MUNKITTRICK,
EDWIN W. SMITH,
CHESTER A. HURD,

Selectmen of Sharon.

A true copy.





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