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In the Open. Base-Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
In the Open. Base-Ball. At West Bozbury Park, on the Fourth, tbe Boxburys defeated the Harrison* of this city by tin score of IS to 8. At Wakefield, Monday afternoon, tha Milters deflated tbe Franklin* of this city tn a close game, tbe score being 18 to 11. Tbe American Legion of Honor Base-ball Club defeated the Braintreee at Sooth Bratntree on the-Fourth by the score of 4 to 3. The Oxfords of this city were defeated by the Brooks of Medford on the West Medford ground*, Monday, by the sooie of 14 to 6. The neit game between the Cambridge and Chelsea T. M. C. A. teams will be played in this city, for the championship of these two association*, this afternoon. Aa each club has won one game of the series of five, It I* expected that a close game will be tbe result. The married and single men doing business in or near Haivanl square played a well-contested game of hi se-ball on tbe common, Wednesday afternoon, resulting in a victory for the married men. Game was railed at 3 o'clock and...
Cambridge, 23; Waltham, 12. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
Cambridge, 23; Waltham, 12. The Cambridge V. M. (.'. A. team played at Waltham, July 4, ami secured another victory, defeating the home team by the score of 23 to 12. Play was begun at 0 A. M., Wal'lnni leadin; up to the six'h inning. when Cambridge sized up the delivery of OhneimiH and pounded out eight runs, thereby taking a lead which was held to the finish. Shackley ond Gay, tho pony battery. officiated up to the sixth inning, Oxford aud Dyer, the regular battery, finishing the game. The score: OAHBRIPOS Y. H. C. A. a.h. ii. nil T.n. P.O. A. B. Ilutterwortli, 1. f ... T 4 4 4 0 0 0 Whltten. o 1 7 2 11 10 0 Rbaeklev, p.. r.».... T 3 2 3 o :i n Page, lb I 3 3 S IB 2 4 1 raford, 3b., p 7 0 0 0 1 10 0 D&gt;ir, r. f.,e « 8 8 S 4 2 1 Uav,c..3b 6 3 113 0 3 Campbell, .. • • I I 1 0 I I Parr.ll, 2b.... 0 13 2 8 3 1 Total 3* II II X If B 11 WALTHAkt Y. M. C. A. A.B. v. B.H. T.U. r.O. A. I. Wanderlleb, o * 3 3 3 1 3 a Obaemus, p 8 11 11 S 4 Drake, lb 8 0 I 1 1* 0 • Btory,3b 8 3 0 0...
Cambridge, 15; Charlestown, 6. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
Cambridge, 15; Charlestown, 6. Last Saturday afternoon the Charlestown V. M. C. A. team made i's first appearance in this city as tbe opponent of the Cambridge association lean and was taken into camp to the tune of 15 10 6. The game was called at four o'clock and waa somewhat on---siil -d throughout, as the Charlestown Slayers could do hut little with Oxford's •livery. But five scattering hi is were made by them and eighteen struck out, Wlt-i perfect fielding by Cambridge, tbeir opponents would have been shut out without a run. The score: nASUHIIiUS Y. H. C A. a-ap jt.H. H. 1, II T.B. r.O. A. at. Butterworth. 1. ( ... .1 :t .1 a 0 0 • Cooley, e. f 3 I*oloo Whltt.n, r. f 8 1 1 3 » 0 » Clark.a.. t I * v 0 3 • Pa*.. Ik 3 3 2 2 7 0 2 Ulronl.p. S 1 I 1 0 IK 1 Dy.r.e » 1 3 I 18 4 3 Campbell,.lb 4 II 3 2 1 0 I Oey,2b 4 il 2 2 » 1 -' Total 4tl IS I. Hi 27 20 II OHAhLr.TOWH Y. VI. .'. A. a.a. a. nit T.n. e.o. a. R, vrn., lb 4 1 0 0 H 0 2 L. 8...111., -'b 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 Mullen,. 4. 1 f % I % ...
Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
Cycling. Tlie Cambtidgeport club ride to Neodharn Thursday evening. The Port club entertained Caldwell, their prize winner, at the club room, Tuesday evening. A collation was served. The Massachusetts Stale meet tit .Martha's Vinetard, August 4, 5 and 11, will he attended by several members of our local cluhs. The o*inbrld4«norl Olllh has decided tn join the Eastern Road Club, and will enter a team for the net race, which occurs in September. The Cambridge club weiu to Downer's, Saturday night, Slid st.il.l uvor night, returning on the isle Sunday boat, "Venus," the cluh mascot, w»&lt; preseui am! tho suec-as of the run was thereby .issured. In the three-tnili' lian Help race a' Lynn, on the Fourth, Oetchell of the tlatnbrldgd club, who started as a »ur»tcbraan, nidi a very plucky race and won, Hergliolts'., of Lynn, who was allowed 2."&gt;i&gt; yards, being a closo second. Tlie first prize, which ana taken by Gnlchell, was n sliver watch.
On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
On the Water. The Riversides will put il six oared crew upon tlie river tomorrow. In tliu iine-mile race for jmlor singles .it Jamaica pond, on ths Fourth, Mcl'iiee Of whe»ihtMnrde eatne la 9m In 6 ntla.M sec, winning a head..**.* gold medaL The tarof-war team at the Riverside club-bouse 1* petting in tome good practice and win be heard treat soon. Tbe fine schooner yacht Princess, owned by Dr. Cbarles B. Tower, has arrived at York Harbor, where she will remain during ths season. John Lynch of the Riverside* won the second prise, a silver medal valued at »•», In tbe Junior amateur single scull raoe on Charles river, Monday. John D. Ryan of the Bradford* rowed a plucky up-hill, three-mile race In Ihe amateur senior (ingles in the Fourth of Ju'y regatta on tbe Charles river, winning handily In 38 minutes. William J. Balmer of the Riversides is anticipating the purchase of a shell and developing In'o a sculler. Balmer is a good oarsman of excellent physique, and will become a shining l...
Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
Lexington. The measles are almost epidemic in town, ami Home of the schools were prematurely closed because of the disease. "The Fourth" was celebrated rather quietly, the citizens thinking that the first gun lired for independence was aa important as the later "Declaration" perhaps. There were many private displays of flrow iiki.aiul the residents about Monroe's had a tine display from the bill near the s'atlon. The Hand of Mercy of Kist I.nxitigtou have slat tint a flower mission ami every Mon.lay and Thursdaygoi I c-.ntrih nions nf tlie lovely wild flowers ol tlie Laxjngton bills are lo be sent to the hospitals of the city. The young people enjoy tbe work almost as well as the recipients of their bounty do the gift. Mr. Ellery A. (iarfielil is improving the Damon bouse—just above the Baptist Church—immensely, ami his purchase of it was a blessing to the town. He. ha* raised It three feet, is to put a broad piazza around it and a fine bank wall in front, and will make It one of th...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
Mr. D. W. R1.., p r . prlrtor of ibe Porter'.Htallon K.ggsge Ripre.s, ha* h..l his delivery wagon nicely patuted and put tn simp, for lb. sumui.r trank trade. He will make .pedal trip, to Uoaton depot. at any early or late boar, for tbe oonv.ul.uc. of perileo going off for Ibe season Mr. Alfred I&gt;. MoC.n*. th. frv.ro painter, ha. jusi i-ompleMd a job f.r the Ked Men (rnclely In CharleMowa which 1. re«sivlng the hear., eomineoilallon. of tbe fraterully. The ball i. un.tonbt edly tbe b»n.l.oiu*.i of eny lv u.s by IhU org.uli.ilon. Tuoredlk.'. Kool 11..r okeer. b.l do*, aol lu.nriaie and i* a. good a driuk a. »n. oould aak for on h hot day.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
Commviiweslth of MasHacbuse tin. HIIM)I,r.HKX, 88. PHOBATIt COURT. Tn th. n.xl of km, or, .Hers, si.H .11 e.k.r jierena. lul.re.leA tn the K.1.1e ef .It.-. KSJ VAI.I.N I INK, 1.1., ef Cambridge In ..id UQttMlf, deceased, Intestate: Whereas, spp.ieattnn hs» been ttis.ls to ..11 Court to graut a tun- &gt;.f aUn.Uuir.teiu a., .he «.ut«..l s.i.l .1*...el i-i KLVIKIt VtIJiNTINK, of (t.n.br1.1.0, It. il"- rout ty of vilddle.e., and tv «„ ni&gt;i him fro giving surety or sureties on Li. bun. pursuant to statute; You ar. hereby ulted lo appear al a Probata. Court I* be held at Cambridge, la Mild Oasts; of Ml,l.lies. x. on tbe f'.rili Tuefet.y of ,ll|.y In,t.i.i. al nln. ..'clock In the fnreno.a, *&gt; shew cease, ll any you hay., agaln.t .ranting lb. ..a... And the ..Id pelluoner I. h.r.by dlreeted as give publle nolle, thereof, by publishing itil. .IteMe*. once . week, tor three sueeesslve weeks. In v.. newspaper railed th. Cambridge Tribune, prla*... at Cainlirulu*...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
PS PLEASURE AND HEALTH # « IN VACATION. :Cycling is Unequalled. Columtk /^ll^ CONSTITUTE the majority of American riders of firstclass machines. Have ridden around the world. Hold World's Records from 1-2 to 24 miles, inclusive. Have never been able to wear out their machines in 10 years of hard usage. Poi&gt;e Mfe. Co., 79 Franklin St - Boston :&gt;- a ~/C&gt; * Illustrated Catalogue Free. NOWI-S THE TIME. = Mr. Lee L. Powers -has secured from the departing students many fine bargains in Pictures, Bric-a-Brac, Furniture of all kinds, Draperies and FURNISHINGS. These goods 0 will'be sold at one fourth their value in many cases. They wore bought cheap and will be sold cheap. Among the lot are many superb bargains. It is getting late for refrigerators, consequently my stock will be closed out at low prices. LEE L., POWERS, 30 Boylston Street, Cambridge. DAME, STODDARD &amp; KENDALL, Successors to Bradford &amp;. Anthony, IMI-UHTKHS AND DKAI.KRS ...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
BICYCLE AND TRICYCLE REPAIRING Of All kind* d-mi-v.. ris«a.l-4 !»•■ We»&gt; k. HvMtsanahla Pxl«tM. •f•» tvnd 9««&lt;tti''-Mau. I M-v b in"* for •V*», low F. E. GARLAND, ■WOl'amttri.l.j- M , ■*•*&lt; Tr-motil N'., l :«intni Import NOTICE TO BICYCLE ANO TRICYCLE RIDERS OF CAMBRIDGE AND VICINITY: If y.tu w*ni *...y hlntl &lt;»f REPAIRING lavme to year Wheels, rail here. Klffloult : epalring and Altering a Specialty Nlck»ling. &gt;Dameling and P.tln iug. Second-hand bicycles and Tricycles at Low Ci ice.. Machines to 1 et. Open Evenings. W. J. NEWMAN, 10 Brat le Street, Cambridue. taT" A.k for the af*-B*Jnnvi Ha.lrtlr. FRANK E. GARLAND, TIT/mm TI \ RKPiißi\e, BICYCLE bsßas--450 Cambridge St., Cambridgeport. Fir.t elaa. Work and Lowest Pile*..
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
T HE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE EfVOL. X....N0 19. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 'PCAaabwdgeTribune PUBLISHED KVBRY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. MASS. Sobsoriptlon for one year, .... $2.60 Single Copies 6 tents By mall free of Postage. Tub Tbibune la printed and mailed Friday afternoon and evening, and readies subscribers in Cam bridge, Boston, and the towns of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It la for sale, at five cents a copy, at the following news stands: Old Cambbidoe: Amee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; J. H. Grant, Hot worthy street, Mt. Auburn. CAMBBiDOBrOBT: Mr. Shedd, 654 Main street; O. E. French, 088 Main street; F. L. Beunke, BOS Main street and 27 River street; oorner of Allston and Magazine streets; F. A. Clark, oorner Main and Pearl streets; M. Dow, 163 Pearl street; A. P. Greenleaf, MS Main street; T. S. Preston, 454 Main street; Frank Sayre, 408 Main street; 1.1». Thomas, 154 Harvard street; H. B. Ingalls. MSVi Broadway; J. N. Conra...
At City Hall. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
At City Hall. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. More Money for the Water Works.— Michael J. Shea Obtains a Hearing.— Alderman Coveney Resigns from the Committee on Roads and Bridges. A regular meeting of the board of aldermen was held Wednesday evening, Aldermen Cogswell and Llndsey being absent. The board was called to order at 8.15 by City Clerk Pike, in the absence of the mayor. A ballot was taken for a chairman pro tern., Aldermen Hincks and Kelley receiving three votes each, and Alderman Ball one. A second ballot was about to be taken when the mayor entered. By special assignment an order for the removal of a tree on the west side of Fourth street came up for a hearing. No one appeared, and the matter was recommitted. An order authorizing the transfer of $2000 from the appropriation for bulk-head on Mt. Auburn street to the purchase of cracked stone for North avenue was adopted In concurrence. The ordinance fixing the pay of the police force in conformity with the recent vote of the city coun...
Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Common Council. In the common council an order was introduced by Councilman Iters authorizing the purchase of a lot of laud on Avon Hill stroei, l"i 0 feet square, and containing in area not less than 90,000 square feet, at a cost, not exceeding $0000, for school-house purposes. The same order authorized the transfer of $000 from school-houses, care and repair, to school-houses, new and furniture. The order was laid on the table. The hoard reconsidered its previous vote adjourning for a Rummer vacation, and voted to adjourn from July 27 to the second Wednesday in September. The hoard adjourned until July 27.
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Notes. There are 04 men employed in cleaning out the Fresh Pond basin. The water in the pond at present is lower than ever before known. The Maiden Wa'er Hoard visited Cambridge on Wednesday and in company with members of I he Cambridge Water Hoard and City Kngiueer Harbour inspected Fresh Pond and Stony Hrook. The Mayors' Club enjoyed a harbor excursion and dinner at Point Shirley on Wednesday. Mayor Kussell was one of tho party and had a deep shade of tan at Wednesday evening's meeting of the aldermen to show for it. Several consultations have been held between the committee having in charge the erect ion of Ihe new Kludge libratv and Mr. Kludge's agents. Memoranda of ihe ideas agreed upon have been made and will soon be presented to several architects for their perfection and estimate. Mr. William A. Taylor had a hearing before the committee on roads and bridges this week in regard to the erection of his proposed new building on Main street. He was represented by Lawyer Martin. H...
The Harvard Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
The Harvard Bridge. The final hearing in the matter of a newbridge from Bolton to Cambridge across Charles river, was held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock, before the harbor and laud commissioners. Mayor O'Brien of Huston, Mayor Hussidl of Oambridge and Leander (ireely—the cr mmissioners to construct the bridge—were present. Other gentlemen pies nt were W. 11. French, secretary of the commission, City Engineer Jackson of Boston anil (Illy Engineer Harbour of Cambridge. Kngiueer Jackson presented the general specifications for the proposed bridge and they were read by the chairman of the commission. The specifications call for a bridge 70 feet wide between centtes of railings, except at the draw, which Is to he fit) feet wide. Tho Centre line of the bridge Is to be on the centre line of West Cheater Park extended, The grades of the bridge are to be on the Huston city base. At harbor commissioners' lines on either side of the river, the - grade will bo 21 feet, thence rising to 2l).f&a...
OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. The last regular meeting of the overseers of the poor was held at the almshouse, Tuesday, Mayor Russell in the chair. The full board was present with the exception of Mr. Doherly, The business was taken up and disposed of In the following manner: The visitor's report for Juno Bhowed tweuty-three histories taken during the month, two hundred and twenty-two visits made and twenty days spent in examining taxes. The house report showed one hundred and forty-three inmates present June 30. The sales report showed that $550.25 had been received for house offal, $525.55 for stone, and $210.77 for sundries, making a total of $1202.57 received during the month. Mrs. Bridget Malone appeared before the board asking for the discharge of her two girls, agreeing to support them. Voted to have, the visitor investigate the matter and delay action until the next meeting. The matter of selling Mr. Smith a small portion of land on the borders of Alewlfe brook was considered, and ...