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Boston Helping Hand Total Abstinence Society. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
Boston Helping Hand Total Abstinence Society. A large delegation from Haw kin- Lodge vi-it.-.l the-oei-ty at Well- Memorial Mall, on Tlmr-day evening, and punted a very plea-aut evening, ami provided a very tine entertainment, which consisted of -ong- bj si-t.-r Josie Hammond, a iiupauied by Prof. Ki-hcr. which were given in tin.- style, loudly npjdnudrdnnd cinv,.:-d. Heniark-w.-re made try two. Kdward stone and other-. The addle--of the evening was by Bro. Cyrus X. Mor-e. which vv a-given in his masterly -tyle and cuthu-ia-tically applainlcd. lb- wa- interrupted bj a young man coining forward during his remai'ksand wanting to so/ii tin- /./&lt;''//.. which he did amid gnat applause, and a tine looking young mail he was too. but the demon drink had the Is-t of him. A» the Cambridge dclc-.-atiou wa- nbottt to leave the hall the I'ic-nlcnt called for a rising vote of thank-for the tine entertainment given, and it was uuatiiuiou-h complied with, with a very cordial invitation f...
Resolutions of Respect. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
Resolutions of Respect. Whereas, by tin- death of .10-.-pb t 'own. we have lost one of our much loved comrade-. therefore he it AkaefMal 'lhat we deeply mourn the 10-- of one who while with u-. set an example of maniines.-, purity, gentleness and -iuq licity which we all respected. Who-c .tandard of true gentlemanly conduct wa-the highest .and w ho at .11 times limine hinglv lived up to it. Hesolved. That his modest and una-siiniiiig character. Ids kind snd obliging manner, hibeautiful di-po-itioii have endeared him to all who knew biiii. Hftiolri-il. Thai We exple— OUT deep and eame-t sy inpathv with hi- isreaved widow and children and thai a copy of these resolutions be sent ! hem. ' it utUEN I!. Br.Nt. IiI'IIIUI 1.. S.\Nlvs. U 11.1 lAM ||. 11. H..VVI. Co ittl-e of &lt; liarles Beck Post 80, &lt;;. A. 1!.
Musicale. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
Musicale. Mr. X. 1.. &lt;.urin-\ :un! popta* ;'avc an enter-t-iinment :tl tin it—ii!»-in-.- of 9b*. X. .1. Mitloii. mat Lre •.tree., mi l*"ri-i:i&gt; erenfaß of had; w*rk. Tht* follow tag wit's, tli*- prograante: Bolero, .... WinibfcOg NtstawM Miiton. Mum sad Kaili*. Violin Solo, "Klekii.-." - - - l.iii/.ini Mr William Wblltciiit.if. Kfervatioii Mjimlj, - - M.ok Mi-*. BiSgatk Song, -*Aafjars aanaad*." tetotn. nMljatoJ Btaaa .Mi-*. S. (teriruile l&gt;i&gt;:mt. Love'n * Udnsfji, - - "- kinkel Mawee Jcesta aad fttainchr Haaaaaa. Orung« HsMaaaa. ... I.udovi.* Maatet Aitaat Clark. Violin Solo, "Itevt-um." - - i'fiit'Mt Mr. Whiir.-iii,,*-.*. La Ghana an Lion. - - KotJiitg HSta Zill»li Birbvn aad Mr. flmaej. Geo. Frt-der..-k Hath lei. hi* lil«- aad work*). Mi X. L. tiurn.-y. Ana, "He shall fer«l L\* tt.«-k," hi m lac "Mt-.-ifliali." Mi*.- itryani. Hariii&lt;&gt;niou*« i;la.-k-.iiiitli. Matt J\. Utrtrmie spaitiina. Largo, violin nolo. .... 3lt...
A Trip to Freeh Pond. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
A Trip to Freeh Pond. Having a leisure afternoon the present week, we accepted the invitation of Su|«-rintcndent Xevons of tin- Water Department totakcatrip to Fresh Pond for the purpose of viewing the great and necessary Improvements which are now being made and which will soon 1 otnpleted on the borders of "our well." preparatory to the introduction of water from Stony Itrook. Hy authority of the city council the Water Hoard directed the removal of much of the deleterious matter from the edges of the pond exposed to view hy the lowering of the water. This unsavory deposit, wholly of a vegetable character, was used to till in certain depressions on the shores of the pond on the outside of the driveway and then solidly covered with clean gravel excavated from the same places, and which was was also employed to construct the driveway. To secure greater depth and to compensate for loss of territory shut out. men an- now employed in removing large quantities of clay and -and from the e...
Hawkins Lodge, No. 1, True Templars. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
Hawkins Lodge, No. 1, True Templars. The old Hawkin- Lodge held it- seventh anniver-ary on Friday evening ot la-t week and a right good time wa- enjoyed. It wa- al-o the iu-tallatiou of officer- for thejnxt three month-, all the ortici r-of the last quarter being unaiii-Tiiou-lv chosen to serve the Lodge for another quarter, and the Lodge bids fair to 1..- ia- it alwav- ha- been] the rir-t temperance organization in tin- city or ci en in the stab. After the ceremonies of installation were ov.r the good of the order wa- proceeded with, conofartilljc ol a duet bj &gt;i-t.-r Hammond and l&gt;r. Sweiicy, which was -nog in their usual brilliant -tyle. which received a well deserved encore. The -inging wa» followed by -liort srjs.eebes from Bro-. Kdward-tone. Win. McCov. M. Cairnc., liin-more. 11. N. Beat and others. Bro. Ha/--1.-tt favored with song and al-o with uiu-ic on the harmonica in tine -tyle. Bro. &gt;. Bice gave in humornu- -tv le a recitation called "Ca...
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. — Mr. and Mrs. Locke arrived home from California last week. —Mr. and Mrs. Parker Soule and Hon. and Mrs. Chester W. Kingsley are now in Nevado, but will return hom next months. —Thursday morning officer Stetson arrest a female peddler named Toole, for selling wares without a license. —Officer Dudley, who succeeds the late officer Bridden, as day Station man at Station No. 5, has been prevented from Moving to this Ward. as was his intention, on account of the illness of his wife. Thursday evening the Universalis! Sunda&lt; School gave ■ verj ■urrensful concert in the -. ■ -try of th,- chnreh. The piano nolo by Miss Eva 80--, wa-e-peeiallv well rendered. -Sergeant Callahan, with officers MeCrehan. Roper, Stetson, Joyce, Marston ami Mcltride. made a raid Thursday evening, on the premises of ex-Couucihiian W. .1. o'N'eil. on Dublin street, and secured a small quantity of liquor. Wednesday evening the same part] ww raided, hut w ithoiit slice.-—. -The many frien...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
John A. Una Foul I*6, will eofiate Co. B. l*t !uf:t::ir&gt;ton Memorial Itay.aiul an invilntion b;i* in:&gt; ii extentiod la ibc rity Covad] tone gurat* ol Urn poM on t hut urniarfon. - Alarm 2t» jrttenlay afternoon, thoxth before ■"» o'elork. W%9 oei*:,-.io!n il bj ■ *Rg&amp;t tin* OU tbe rnetfol :i -he-i oa Oaborn &gt;tiect. — Bui'iliit .v Unite. Central mwc. have the yuivmji/«Mi ir'»u netting fur raftaing .tut**.
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Wednesday KvKXixii, May 11. I*B7. The regular meeting of the Board was held Ihkl evening. Mayor Bawaeß in the chair. I-KTITIOXS I'RESENTF.D AND KEKEKKEI). A large number of petiiions were received a-kitig licenses to have wagon stands: to collect j tank; to keep intelligein-c offices: to In- pawn- | brokers; to keep second-hand -tores: to be j v ictuallers. and to keep pool aud billiard tables. | They were severely referred In the committee on license-. The request of -lohn L. Boynton to have the curbstone lowered at his driveway on (lore street, was referred to the standing committee | on roads and bridges. The request of Charles o. Dam. U-avitt &amp; Ptaree and others, keeper* of tenqKiaiicc bib hard saloons, asking to be exempted from the provisions of the rule requiring them to close llieir place- of bii-iness ai II o'clock P. M.. was referred to Ihe committee on licenses, with instructions to give the iM-titioners a hearin...
Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
Common Council. H'l■■liNKs.nw EVENING, May lltli. 1887. The n golar meeting of tbe Council was In Id tin-.fining. Prrsidetrl (uminm in the chair. All the ntesnbers were present excepting i oun-■■ilun-ii Kit/.patriek. Tracy. McPeek, and Callahan. On motion of Councilman Bingham the reading of Ih. record* of the preceding meeting was dispensed with. The report of the coininiltee on reads ami I.ridge-, iii regard to ehanjdag the grade of .Main street, opposite Norfolk street. wa«. upon iccollllllc.ldaliou Of the committee, referred to the eolulllillee oil lilianee ill collcurrcllCi-. The eoi.nniitie on road-aud bridges reported ri-coiiiiiiciidiug leave to withdraw to the petitioners a-kin- Ihe aeeeptiuicc of Thorndike. Dodge, State. Hayes. Plwiioiith and Pilgrim streets, for tbe reason thai they are not iv a e lii ion to be accepted. The report was accepted iv concurrence. The same committee repotted recommending Ibe acceptance of lierrj and Brewer streets and Chapman place. The recomm...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
—Thurston A Hull's doughnuts sire for sale at tbeir retail stores. Bee ■ilillllsfliliwl —The Simtlay School class of boys uudcr the charge of Mr. Henry Dowsing, luiitle a visit to the Soldiers' Home last Saturday afternoon. .Master Krankie Megrotb and others eiitcrtaiued the veterans by sinking old war songs. —John A. l.ogan Tost is«, &lt;;. A. 11.. received its new uniform from the manufacturer* lust Thursday evening.
OLD CAMBRIDGE. Harvard Union Debate. Cambridge Hospital. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
OLD CAMBRIDGE. Harvard Union Debate. Cambridge Hospital. Ward Gossip. All interesting debate was held under the auspices of the Harvard Inion. in Sever 11. on Tuesday evening. The question: Beaohred, "That the present condition of Ireland demand. the Coercion Bill." was debated. Mr. Warren and Mr. Green for the affirmative. Mr. Coulsun and Mr. Bill lei wui Ih for the negative. Mr. Warren thought the hill an absolute necessity at the present time, lie laid great -ttess on boycotting, and said that there were S.'hl cases of boycotting in the present year, fie character. ized bojcutting as murder, it depriving a man of almost the air he breathed. Mr. Coulson, for the negative, posted en the blackboard -nine startling statistics, which showed that there wales* crime in Ireland than in Knglaud. Scotland or Wales, and also showed that in our own &gt;tato if .Massachusetts. with its two millions of population, there was more crime than in lie land with its live millions. He said if...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
C. C. W. FULLER. aB BOYS CHILDRB!IS, Sn /fn\ It Re * M III! J-k ' 1 1 /fTl\ e^um e Grades. 4. Newand Popular Styles ll fflPraLai sprog amdsiimmerwea *» Iji VjH Suits $3.50 to $12.00. Pyf J&amp;P TROWSEHS il CEITS TO tW. 581 Main Street, - - - Cambridgeport BOSTON OMC PRIfE (I.OilllH &lt;0 IVO, 55p M.VIIV STKEET, MEN'S, YOUTHS'AND BOYS'CLOTHING. THE BEST FITTING. HATS. THE BEST MADE * n a ** tne ew *? i y^ es f° r Men, Boys and Children. THE BEST STYLE. ! UNDERWEAR. ! HOSIERY, THE LOWEST PRICES. NECK-WEAR, UMBRELLAS, Our clothing is made for as WHITE, FANCY AND FLANat our Wholesale Store. We: NEL SHIRTS, pay no Jobbers" profit. Cash'BOYS' FLANNEL BLOUSES. and Small Expenses enable us STAR SHIRT WAISTS, to name the LOWEST PRICES j RUBBER GOODS,. for equal quality. , OVERALLS and JUMPERS. Jo. 550 HAD STREET, Odd Fellows Building. M. H TOWNBBND t eO Co, SPBUCE PEAMEE WK ARK PREPARE]- TO FURNISH House Frames kbuou at Short Notice. OUR FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED, As these ...
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Successful Entertainment. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Successful Entertainment. Ward Gossip. The vestry of the Baptist Church, corner of Fourth and Cambridge streets, waa taxed to its BtaBoat capacity but Wednesday evening, the •eeaaJon being a "pink and blue party and dairv■■•Jd'a drill." As many were unable to gain admittance on account of toe want of room, the •amir win be repeated again at an early day. The frst part of the evening was spent in partaking of excellent Ice cream and cake, and when all had been satisfied a most interesting entertainment took place. The programme opened with selections by the "Bijou Orchestra" 01 Somerville, after which followed a vocal duett, by Miss McKlIIican and Mr. McQueen; recitations, by little Miss Marie Pettes; vocal duett, bv Mbs Ethel Hovey and Miss Eva Price; piano solo, by Miss Ella Mo u It on: reading, by Mrs. H. 3. Pettes; vocal solo, by Mrs. Albert Lockhart; recitation, by Miss" Lillie Elwell; vocal duett, by Miss Lottie Godfrey and Miss Elwell. The feature of the evenin...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Cambridge people who take the cars at Bowdoiu Square are enjoyiiig the Revere House ladies" cafe, which is one of the pleasantest and Isest served in Boston, and, being so near the cars, a great convenience to shoppers from that section. —We are glad to note the addition of good quartet singing In the evening services of the First Baptist Church. While the congregational singing is Mill, as it always has* been, a feature in this church, yet the addition of anthem and response by a good choir always lends a warmth and interest not found when" they are absent. This is a move in the right direction. Success to —There will be a meeting of the W. C. T. I', in the parlor of Y. M. C. A. building on Thursday next at 3 P. M. —Those doughnuts of Thurston A Hall's are immeuse. —The Quarterly meeting of the Middlesex County W. C. T. V, will lie held in the Methodist t'nureh, Waltham. on Wednesday next. Sessions at H. 4."&gt; A. M.. and 1.30 P. M. Reduced round trip t...
MOUNT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
MOUNT AUBURN. —John Clark, senior, is called grandfather. —Mr. Robert 11. Moltman i* the head gardener at the cemetery. —Mr. Augustus Frank Lemon is to move to that popular locality known as Norwood ParK. —Mr. James O'Connor ha* moved to Auburn place. —Mr. Gilmore ha* commenced the excavation for his double bouse: it is already let. he states. —Officer Harrington has been confined to bis bouse with a cold for several days. —W. W. Treat is moving out to his house for the summer, on Coolidge avenue. —Measles are very prevalent, 11 scholars lieing sick last Monday iii Miss Foster's room of the Cushing-street school. —As this place grows in value some kind of fire apparatus will of necessity be needed here. The valuation of the property now is nearly (SOO.OOO, and no engine nearer than North Cambridge or Harvard square. —■'Three per cent" Is a failure, as it don't take at our beer shops; more pepper is wanted in it. One of our tradesmen suecumlied to the evil destroyer last week, whethe...
WATERTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
WATERTOWN. — Warm weather will bring the sewerage question to the front. —Rev. Mr. Savage has a very good subject for next Sunday, it Is: "The Liberal Church ot to-day—ls it Christian!'" —The open-car ride to Watertown from Boston and in again is spoiled by clouds of dust. It would pay the horse railroad to keep the streets watered. —Rev. E. I*. Wilson has tendered his resignation of the pastorate of the Phillips Congregational Church, to take effect July 4. when he will have completed his 15 years' service. —Judge Luce of Waltham is a good "sticker." He insists upon it that pocket seizures are legal. He has convicted the two Watertown men found guilty of having liquor on their persons. saying: "W"hen application was made to mc for warrants to search the persons of Briggs and Dalton. 1 carefully weighed the question. I have no doubt whatever that such seizure* arc legal." Both parties have appealed.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
—The Young Peopk-'s Society of Christian Endeavor connected with the Weed Memorial Church will hold its next meeting Monday evening at T. 45. This meeting will be of special interest and will Is- conducted by Mr. .Miller of the People's Church of Huston. Who will Is- accompanied by a delegation of memliers connected with tin- societies of People's Church Boston. All are welcome. —A fashionable wedding took place in St. George's Hall, Thursday afternoon; the contracting parties being of Jewish proclivities. The ceremony was solemnized by Key. M. .1. Hamburger, iinder the Hebrew marriage service. The happy couple. Miss Sophia Myers aud Sir. Asber Jacobs, were heartily congratulated after the hvmencal knot had Ir-ci'i tieih LaMM. BTe you in need of I saavswfeawstl Do you wish to have your tinner nails manicured:If so. visit lir. 1". UXsAwMfa new ortice. No. in Temple Place. Boston, over X. 11. Steams A Co. Take elevator, old office -sine aa before, at No. H.