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A Change for the Better. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
A Change for the Better. in our youthful days the nap, eted eh rgyineii who Ulled the pulpit- «,f oar eharche* of various denominations were apparently satisfied with brief respites in uiiil-sumiiier from their arduous clerical aud parochial duties. An entire in.,nth. or four consecutive Sundays, was deemed by them and by their attached and attentive parishioners, a very long vacation. Time* have changed in IMb, as in so many other more important respects, and two, sometimes three, mouths is cousideied by no means too extended a season of rest am. recreation for the minister. Thi- i- a- it should be. The work of a faitlilul pastor, especially of an able and successful ptmrber, is of a nature that speedily and tin,rotighly exhaust-' a mau's vital energies. It is not aloue tin; delivery or even the pn pmration of two sermons each week.—although this alone is too inucli to retrain or expect of any ordinary human being. —it is the overwhelming care and responsibility which must of neces...
CITY HALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
CITY HALL NOTES. The action of the Aldermen on Wednesday evening in adopting the order reported by the committee on sewers for the taking of land of ' the Casino Association through which to lay a ' trunk sewer for the relief of the ShepardGarden street district, was tile wisest and most economical coprsc they could have pursued. The committee and the Engineer had given various routes the closest scrutiny, aud none had ottered such favorable conditions as tin? one just adopted. The opposition shown to the measure was mure of a dilatory than a practical one, but it was sueeessful iv causing a delay which will carry tbe eompletiou of the sewer tv ■ date late ill the season. The committee on finance has found the question of general street watering at the public expense tuo knotty a problem to solve, aud bas relumed the subject tv the City Council for the consideration of the cummissiuii. consisting of the City Solicitor, City Engineer. Anditur uf Accounts and the Superintendent uf Str...
Opening of a Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Opening of a Church. Xe.xt Sunday v new Episcopal Church will lie used for the flrst time. This church has been built on Allstoti street, near the corner of Brookline street, and is in a part of thi- city which has quite a large growth lately. It will constitute a second church in St. Peter's pari-b under the charge of the rector of that parish. We shall give an account of it next week. The services next Suuday will be at H o'clock iv the morning and at 1 o'clock in the afternoon.
Band Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Band Concerts. Tbe ready response tv tbe call for fill llltious to defray expense of baud concerts in our city during tin- summer mouths must lie vcr&gt; gratifying to tbe promoters of tbe scheme, ami also bring to the multitude of our citizens, who aftl antl will enjoy tbe concerts, \ery ple:is:int anticipations. Tlie contributors to tbe I'untl will certainly enjoy tlieir own season's recreation hy having done -onHiting for the entertainmelit ot those who arc deprived of tin- priiilegc of a vacation period, and tbe latter will have several evenings of delightful music as a help to bear the burdens ot the day. Tbe scheme is one which should receive aid from all quarter.', ol our city, ami a -urn large enough to pay the eo-t of weekly concert'- for at least three month- lie raised, amlthey should be continued year after year, as is done iv hoston ami many neighboring places, where once established the popular voice is for their continuance. In Waiiham some (—M dollars are rak...
Church Dedication. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Church Dedication. The dedication of Grace M.K. church will lake place during the week between the pith and 26th insts. Rev. J. W. Hamilton, D. D. of &gt;oinerville will preach at NIM on Sunday. li'th in.-t.. and Key. W. N. I!r„dhcek. I). I)., of 80-ton ill the afternoon at '"&gt; o'clock. Hariaou* will be dt—vend oa Sunday. Monday . Tuesday and Friday c\enin_- and on -unday. JUlh in-t. Hey. Alexander McKenzie, D. I&gt;.. Bey. Franklin .lohn-oii. I i.l[&gt;.. and 1: •&gt; .William ll.Thoma-. D. I&gt;.. of thi- city. Bey. Bey. A. .1. (Jardea, I). I).. Key. S. 1.. Italdwin. D. H.. 11,-.. '... I!. Kate I&gt;. !&gt;.. It. i. 1., s. Towwend, D. 1»..,,i 80-ton ami Key. George 9. Chadbonrne, !&gt;. !•.. of thi- city will deliver aniuoua. BeV. i.e. MelaU* i- expected to l.c pi'e-ellt. I'll, order of CXerci-e- w iii be pll!,li-he&gt;l Ilex. Week. Wlio'e-.le of llrnnkcn IVrkoni. liecau-e of tic diilieiiliy of pi n...
Benefit Insurance. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Benefit Insurance. I abridge A iation. No. », of tic N'orlhern Mutual Belief Association, whicb wa* ii rporated in Massachusetts September H&gt;, l--:. i--t.-idily growiag in in, ui'M'i'-hip. Siac* ih, incorporation of th, Geaeral A---ociatioti only thirty a—i—in.-nt- on sj.m«i benefit have been called. The *.&lt; iierai A--ociatioii pay- one-half of ihe ri-k to an-, heiieiieiary of a im-iaber w lei- pei'inanenllv di-a1,1,,l from doing any hu-inc— ihrou.h aicknesa ~;■ aeeident. Membership iopt n to any bdi or gentleman 1,,-twe, n the age* ofM.toSß.ofg : moral character, at-adj baits, r, putable ed'ii,.'. -ound 1,,, l\ and uiind. a belie.,.' ill the -ilpnilie .'lll'l al,|. and rompeteatto earn a Hying. Cambridge A--o-cialioli ha- i'ljo.ii. il- tneuil,,-! -. Warren F. Spaldin.. 1.. Will,in* ,M -r. (~ A. A. Pevcl aad other well known geatlcmen. Mr. d. li. Morgan of Law reaec i- now in i aiahrid'.-e : .- Mgeal of the Cueia! A--oeialion and i- ean-\a--ill.' on behao* "!' ...
Bon Voyage. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Bon Voyage. I'r. E. X. .peaear and Mr. John Hopewell. dr.. took their &lt;!, partare on ih,- i rphaloßhi lor Earope on Tburstlai. f •!■ a trip ai,road of -,-, end w,,k-. The i ber* of Ibe firm of |.. i. , base »V Co.. wilh whom Mr. lb,pew ,11 i- a--oeiated. am! ihe employes ~t ih,- _rm« were present to hid him bon voyage. Tie- Naira.-an-ett l luh. ~f whirl- Mr. Hapewel and Br. Spencer are promtnenl meariiera,chartered a tie.' and arrampanied their fellow meml„i - ,|,,w n the harbor, takiiiL' leave ~f them wilh hearty adhlli lie warrlag of hats and the aereeehlag of th,- ati mi W hi-tle of lie tu_-.
Burial of Andrew J. Lawson. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Burial of Andrew J. Lawson. The fillicrai of the lal,- Andrew .1. Law-on. w hose .-uddeii ,!, alb weaaaooaced iv Ihe l'i:i:---la-l &gt;.itlll*da\. took place from hi- late rc-iilenee. ins Putnam avenue, on Sunday afternoon. Bey. Edward M. Gnshee of St, Peter's Kpi.-i'opai ( lllll'cll ,oiidn,;,'l Ihe -el \ ice-, and a -elect &lt;iuai'teitc -a::'.* aeveral appropriate miii.l., r-. M.in\ iloral nil,ul,- wen contributed bi Imluediate friend- and by Ihe a--oeialioii- wilh which the deceased wa* ceaaeeted. The Bttcadanee al the -ei\ic- wa- 'piile lai'-rc. Thenmain- wen- roaveyed la Ml. Hop,- i , Meter} lor interment.
A Close Line to Draw. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
A Close Line to Draw. Tin- I'a'tli annual .-• .nititlinjt-:il 11.11 ~f tin- Grand Lodge ot Tret ami Ac-repled Mason of Sep "i ~rk ■a- li- 1,1 in N, v Y.,i-k,'ii\ last Tin—la-. Delegate* were praeal h 7i:; lodge*. While tin* i-iiiiiiini:ii,-ati,&gt;li mm ill -''--inn. Ike -;. ii"'i "I tin* Kcfi&gt;rin,',l Preab-terlaa &lt; hprtm a-aemiklr. in Nrw luii'L*. \. T., :tn,l ;i,1,,i,t,*,| reaolulloaa ron.lrnll-iai-_. all -, rrtrl Nieletlea, partiVnlariv t1i,,.,'(,f ftee Mawowj : r*rnniiTinrilnj'i thai all M—co oi' ;ii&lt;* "ii. be ral—*u] a,ln■■—•-—i..i-, t,, tin- cluiri-li. ami tliu-,- who may Ih- appmabets ~1 tin- tliim-li 1,,- iM'liiilril tliiirfioiii. Wa an* afraid that MOT good !*riiln\ii in tin- Laid do not paNH all the 1,1, —i-il trait- at him they f&gt;.ay to fPmmW. 11,- tunit-,1 no man fruin I Insy !;■ \v,'\rr .infill In- may lia\,l,i',ii. hut iui itftl ail to i-iiU-r a*.,«l liMrti to thi' Word.
OLD CAMBRIDGE. DEFALCATION. Another Man Gone Wrong. Celebrating a Victory. Soldiers' Monuments. A Generous Contribution. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
OLD CAMBRIDGE. DEFALCATION. Another Man Gone Wrong. Celebrating a Victory. Soldiers' Monuments. A Generous Contribution. Ward Gossip. It was with much surprise and sorrow that the friendsof Mr. John 11. Thurston, for the past three years clerk in the Cambridge Savings Hank. Xo. 2 Harvard Row, learned that he was a defaulter to the extent of probably -slni-0. Mr. Tliurstoti is about SB years old. and was In.in and has always lived ill this city. He was lat one time employed in the University ba ik store, conducted by Mr. Charles W. Sever, the president of the bank, and he had always had the confidence of his employer as a young man thoroughly honest. On Manorial Day. the treasurer of the bank. Mr. (). _*. Allen, di-covcr-ed a discrepancy in Thurston's accounts and forthwith proceeded to investigate. As a result of his labors lie found that the clerk had appropriated something like -jIOODof the bank's funds, and last Monday morning the president called him to an account and he finally...
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. AVedxesday Evening, June 8. 188". The regular meeting of the Board was held this evening, Mayor Kusscll iv the chair. PETITIONS PKF.SK.NTKI&gt; AN'II REFERRED. The request of Key. Thomas Scully to be relieved from the payment uf an assessment fur a public ccsspuul. _— — was referred to the committee on claims. A communication from the publishers uf the (.'hroiiirlr. I'kess aud Tribune, requestitlg to have the city tiiitllurities tender hospitalities to ' members uf tit*- Xew York Press Associatiun un I their visit to this city, June Hi. by giving them a carriage ride to various points of interest in j the city, was referred with power to a joint special'committee consisting of the Mayor and Aldermen Hincks, Ball and Cuveuey, wfth such us tbe Council should join. Petitions were received for victuallers licenses, le collect junk, and tv sell fireworks. Referred ; to committees on licenses und police. Petitions uf John Suley, Thom...
Water Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Water Rates. I//-. Editor, —1 mat water, ami on receiving my I',','ript for water rate* ■ lea day*ago,aata my ,ii-l',in. I nail llir rule- ami regulation- on ih, • n-\. i-i iaHe, ami m I read I waa led to exilaiin. --What arr Hum- things" whereof mention is inailr. In wit : Herniation.",.' Every peraoa deaftiag water for foutiliu'i purpo.es ahall make application in writing to tin- Board. lii'-rulatioii ii. Pun Mcd that -ueh seal locks may ba adopted by th* Hoard, may be placed upon/"/••••-fa iv tea_Meat* so connected with other tenement*, ate. Additional Begnlatiuna. All persons baring lioilei's upon tlieir |iri'iniaraaol -uppliod llnoir.di lank- or ststems, an- hereby eautioued, etc. All.VM'.s AI.K.
Liquor Prosecutions. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Liquor Prosecutions. During the mat nil—lag yesterday the foßowiipg tiiiini'd parties were on trial in tin-. Hiatrh-t lourt for trailsai-tini; an ilhg—l li&lt;|iior business : Thomas J. _dwards waa lined J*oo aud coat.-,, from which In- appealed; Edward J. O'llair had hia tppt continued till Juno 10, aud Jeremiah t any till June 14. The union nt of money paid M liiiea for the Dfagal nelHng of liquors for the month of May waa flStt.
Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Common Council. WEDNEsp.iY Evening, June 8.1887. The regular meeting of the Council was held this evening. President Corcoran in the chair. Absent, Councilmeu Walker, Eveleth and Fitzpatrick. The motion of Councilman Callahan that the reading of the records of the previous meeting be dispensed with, was lost by a yea and nay vote as follows: Yeas—Cuuncilmen Callahan, DeCuurcv. Huullahan, Ivors, M—Peek. Shannon and Tracy —7. Xavs — President Corcoran, Bingham. Durrell, Millan. Sanger, Teele aud Waugh—7. Clerk Manning then read the records fur the first time since he came into office, and they were approved. An order was adopted in concurrence fur the appointment of a joint special committee to consist of three Aldermen together with members of the Cuuncil, to consider the advisability of changing the manner of electing Assistant' Assessors. President Corcoran appointed Councilmen Fitzpatrick, Bingham and Sanger as the committee on the part of the Council. An order was adopted in conc...
MOUNT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
MOUNT AUBURN. — A new lamp post has been added to the "lights" at the bridge: it is just over the line, but sheds its ijjriu uudimmed: oil is used. —Fruit trees iv some localities are troubled with canker worms. The recent rains were a great benefit to the fanners. —The town of llchnont bus set out shade trees, and made a nice sidewalk to the line on Belmont street. It should be continued to tlie bridge. A crossing should Is' laid across Belmont street at the bridge, as it is cither all liuul or dust. — Mr. Patrick White has recently erected ill the Catholic Cemetery, a monument, costing somewhere mar $600, to the memory of his wife; ii is a very handsome piece of polished granite. —Water pipes are to be extended on dishing street to Woodlawn avenue. —Eleven unii were discharged from the cemetery la-t Week. —I 'oiiiraile Dee lias set out trees iii-ide of his grounds opposite tile cemetery. — Mr. Herbert W. Clarke has been spending a few days visiting his sister at Marlboro. — Mr. Th...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
—A correspondent iv last week's paper makes the suggestion that tbe old Columbia street line of cars, connecting at Cottage Farm, be again run, so as to convenience a large number of people who are now sorely tried by inefficient transportation. We think the letter a timely one and endorse its sentiments. H."
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Wedding Bells. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Wedding Bells. Ward Gossip. The marriage of Miss Abigail E. Brooks to Mr. Freeman Hunt, a member of the School Committee, took place on Wednesday evening, at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Sumner Brooks, No. 119 Xorth avenue, and was a brilliant affair. The ceremony was performed at 7.30 o'clock, by Rev. Edward H. Hall, pastor of the First Parish Church, in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends of the contracting parties. The bride was charmingly attired in au ivory white ottoman silk dress, cut with full round train and trimmed upon the bodice with rich point lace. She wore a long tulle veil which was fastened upon the left side of her head with white roses and pinned back over her hair, she also carried a bridal bouquet of Cornelia Cook ruses. The bride's sister, Miss J. F. Brooks, acted as maid of honor, and wore a becoming and appropriate costume, and the toilettes of the lady guests were all very beautiful. The interior of the reside...