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Liquor Prosecutions. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Liquor Prosecutions. The liquor squad has been withdrawn, the business in its line not being, just now, as active* an it was tome weeks since. Last Tuesday iv the District Court Thomas A. Dewire was flned 9100 and coat and sentenced to six months in the House of Correction for maintaining a liquor nuisance. Appealed. Un the same day John L. Miy w—i lined *7.* i and costs for the illegal keeping of liquors. Appealed.

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CITY HALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

CITY HALL NOTES. The quiet and amicable adjustment of what might have lioen a controversy between the city and Rev. William Orr as to the ownership of a narrow tract of land fronting St. Paul's Church on _!t. Auburn street. _ commendable to all concerned. The city conceding the land, which has been used as a sidewalk for many years, to belong to the church, lias graciously- offered to buy from Harvard College a strip of land iv the rear of the church to lie exchanged evenly for the land on Mt. Auburn street which i» to be absolutely released to the city. The vexed question of the location of railroad tracks in Dunster street has been practically settled by the Board ordering the westerlytrack to be moved from IS to 24 inches beyond its present location, now about s inches from the curbstone. The other tracks in the street will remain as now laid. President Cummings ot the Cambridge Kailroad gave some very interesting statements at the meeting of tbe Aldermen ou Wednesday evening reg...

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Class Day. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Class Day. Yesterday was the annual Class Day at lliarvare'lCollege, an event which is ever looked upon by tile graduate as the crowning e*x*cb of his four years" course of study. The weather was all that could be desired, although the early morning betokened rain and disappointment to the hearts of those who had cherished the hope to have unlimited happiness and pleasure. As we remarked at the beginning, the day was a glorious one, and tbe fullest advantage was taken of it by the fair frieiiels of the graduates, who came iii throngs to lend enchantment to the exercises and festivities of the occasion. Of course there was the usual sameness in the ceremonies and iv the manner of entertaining invited guests. Many of the spreads were simply regal in character, and special efforts were made in decorations.

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Open-Air Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Open-Air Concert. -Mankind'-. Brockton Band. 2o pieces, Mae*e (iay director, will give the following programme at the concert on the Common next Thursday evening: 1. March, "Col. Bancroft." - - Bnrrall Dedicated to Col.W. A. Bancroft, i-oinuiand-iug ,-ith Kegt. lufuutry. AI. V. M. 2. Selections froai .Jakobowski's "Erminit*," 3. Cornet solo. "Impulse," - - Casey Mr. Mace Gay. 4. A Hunting Scene. - - Bucalosai Description at a fox hunt, introducing bugle calls, r.val strains, barking uf dogs, ,*-c. '~ Concert Waltzes. "Marien," - Kilieuberg t>. Piccolo solo, "The Turtle Dove," - Deniaie Mr. James Eille. 7. Overture, "King Myda.," - Klllenberg lei. Song and dance Scbottisclie, "Dear One 5. J Far Away." - - Casey lb. "Jolly Blacksmiths" Vocal Polka. Suckely Introducing bells, siugiug birds, vocal ttrains, witb anvil accompaniment. 9. Medley. Selected. lv. Finale Prestissimo. - Wahlteufel

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Piano Recital. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Piano Recital. The first piano recital by the pupils of Alls. ******* AlcKarlauil. assisted by Aliss ******* X. Fox. vocalist, was held on Wednesday evening, at the resieleiie-e of Air. aud Airs. Charles F. Simonds, nm Wlnsor street. There was a large attendance- of the parents and friends of the pupils. The occasion was much eiihancid by the beautiful venal solos of Aliss Keex. who rendered hi»r numbers with tine urti-tie- effect. Alis- Kox is a member of the Ariel (Quartette. Aliss AlcKarlaner« pupils showed much proficiency in their various number*, and reflected the highest credit on not only Iheir teacher but themselves. The following was the programme : Piano, 11 Trovatore. Alis. Imisy Conunt: pinno. Simple Confession. Aliss Lottie Freeman: sung. Anchored. Aliss Nellie- X. Fox: piuiiu. Bird uf the Wilderness. Harry Siniuuds: pianu, (.ruml Alurch. Aliss Klla A.lain-: piano. Heather Bells. Aliss ( ura Crusbv: pianu duett. (Juiup. Aliss ******* ****** —ail MM Ala-teT Harry Siniui...

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A Sad Fatality. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

A Sad Fatality. Yesterday afternoon | sad accident by druw 11--ing uce-unvel in Ckariat Itivcr near the tea wall uf the* Kmbuukineiit Company, by which the lives uf two bright youths wire sue-rificed to their desire la bathe in treae-lii-rous water. The place- where Leslie (i. Daw, son of Alare-elhts I. Dow. apothecary, ami Arthur .I. Ite-iel. son of James A. Keid. plumber, lust their liie-s, is stated la Is* quite cluugi-ruus owing to a .trung eildyiiig current into which the unfortunate young men were drawn and in which llnv gave up their lives Ufore assistance could ' reach them. Both lads were abuut Hi ve*ar- uf age and were highly redacted. l„te- yi-»t.rela\ afternoon the Itodics were recovered.

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Union Temperance Service. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Union Temperance Service. The Pilgrim ami Pluapml Miatl < ongregatieenal 1 hiinlii- will join in * union service in the interest of tcinpcraiie-e at the* I'ilgrini ( burch next Sunday evening, at 7.: m o'clock. The l{cv. Hugh Montgomery e,f Worcester, the ******** teuiperuiice orator, will deliver the- addre-«. A cordial imitation i> . \te tide d tv all who can tv atteml. ******** thi- si-rvii-e- Air. Alontgoiiii-ry will pert—eft at the North Avenue ( uiigregatioiial • hurili ut MM A. Al.. and w ill .peak at apatj air meeting.. ****** the' auspices of the-( ambrielge Vuung .Men's Christian Association, aa '•lei Cambridge Common ut 1 P. AI.. und un Bruudwuy Cuiuineni at 4.t0 P. Al. 1..-I him Iswidely lleurel.

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Surprise and Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Surprise and Presentation. Last ********* evening abuut twenty mem Ihts uf Kruiiklin Coum-il. No. .Vi. Royal Arcanue—. surprised Air. Cbarle. W. i luney. one uf their ussue-iate-. ut his re»idence. X,l IVurl street, unci pre»eiiti*el him wilh a high cost und elaborate silver ice- pitcher uf the swinging pattern. K\-Aldc rinaic (.forge ( lose muele the pre-seiitution. taking oe-cu-ioii to fittingly allude tv the furtj--e-icntli birthday e,f the recipieuit and to hi- zeal ami dilution to the- I ouni-il in his official connection therewith. Ta further the e-\e-iits eef the evening. Air. I'beiiey was ****** the- c—Me) pussl-ssur *t U full set lef llic-keiis - work-, contributed by ********** ot his fuinily. It i-neeelless to -ay thai Air. ( heiiey was -urpri-eii beyond ineusure. but he mumiged to return hi- thank- for the* kind consideralien of hi- frienel-. A lii'ht re-pn-t and pleasant words were indulged iv until v late hour.

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A Prosperous Organization. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

A Prosperous Organization. Anchor A»-inibly Itoyul Society of (iood Fellow-, which wa- recemitly establishe-d in the Port, is growing with uina/iug rapidity. _ fortnight since- the- Assembly numbered .'i7 members and it now -lands wit It 2tm on its roll with a large- numU-r knockitiL- ut the door for udini-siuii. Next Wcdiuselav evening a meeting will l>e* held iii I uiuhrielgc Hall. IHI3 Alain street, tv initiate- ini-mlx-rs. I.ieut. (iuvernur Briickett is the Mipreine Tre-asiire-r. ami the urde-r is largely e-uhlposcel of this class af representativeineii. Anchor A—emhl\ Carrie, on its roll uf nicmlecrshije many af our leading ami well know 11 tWaaaa. The pupularit| uf the urder rests nul only in the payment uf death benefits, but it -ecure- recognition fur its sick, benefits uf •?7 |mt we-ek. Spe-e-ial rates uf admission are now Ising otl'ereel and a gini'tal imitation iexte*liili*il la healthy inale-s to Is-cumc *********.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

('winld In iK. .June **%% I**T. The tiiii|M'raiii !• meeting '"'d at Sliepard Memorial Chapel last Sunday inning was very successful iii it- line of sneaker*, having Rev. Alexander MrKtWa-, 11. 11.. who took charge* of tbe meeting anel inaele introduetorv remarks wliieh were right to tin- iioint; lie then introduced Rev. .Samuel Ilillarti of Boston, tin- great church organizer in the work; then Key. W, H. Thomas. f).11..0f Harvard Street M. X. Church; then l'rof. li. <;. l.veeiiof Harvard College; then Mr. 1.. Wilbur Messer of the Y. M. C. A., talent enough to wake up the' whole of Cambridge aud fiut it iv good working order iv the temperance me of work. If those that were present at the nieetiug will do their best to arouse others till the ehurehes are in the places they ought to be for christian work, I shall be satisfied that a gnat ileal of good has come out of the nieetiug* which shall tell ,i|hiii the peeole in coming time. M. M. C.

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MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Wednksday Evkxing, June 22. 1887. The regular meeting of the Board was held i this evening, Mayor Busscll in the chair. j RATIFYING THE FROCK■DI.NIIS UK TilK LAST MKETINIi. I'pon the Board being rappeil to order Alderj mau Kelley arose in his place and desired to I know whether the proceedings of the last meeting were legal inasmuch as there were only live i members of the Board present? The Mayor replied that having heard such an inquiry would be made he hail consulted the city charter and hail therein found a provision constituting the Mayor a member of the Board, so that with himself and live other ********** a quorum was constituted. Alderman Kelley then moved that the reading of the record of the last meeting lie dispensed ■ with and that the record lie continued mid approved. The motion was carried, whereupon lie moved to give full legal standing to the business of the last meeting, that the acceptance of the munificent gift of M...

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In Honor of a Victory. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

In Honor of a Victory. Tin-I.inTsi.li' limit t'luli will give a banquet ■cxl Monday evening in .Vu-tin Hull, in llnnor of tin 1 victor; won by ii- enm on tli.- lTili in»t. A must enjoyable evening is auticipatcel, as there will lif present us Sliest- several well known singers tad readers. His Iloiior Mayor Kussell, City Clerk l'ikc -at■. 1 several iiiiiiilh'ls of ll ity government _sVC Inch bulled and will |reilmlely attend.

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Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Common Council. Wednesday Evening, June —!, 1887. The regular meeting of the Council was held this evening, President Corco(an in the chair. Absent, Councilmen DeCourcy, Fitzpatrick, Durrell, McDonnell and Waugh. The committee on public property reported that no action was necessary on the petition of Thumas David, asking for parailisiun to move a buileling across the yarel of Jetl'erson st. sclioolhouse, as the petitioner has changed his plans in regard to said building. The report was accepted. An order was adopted authorizing the Superintendent of Streets to remove the fence adjoining estate Xo. 185 Brookline street, on the southerly side. An order" was adopted authorizing Ihe committee ou public property to erect a plain board fence on line of old Mill Pond corner of Hiver and Blackstone streets, 11, (). Houghton iV Co. to bear one half of the expense incurred. C. G. H. Benniek et al., petitioners, asking that a lot suitable for a playground for the boys of the Latin School be s...

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Complimentary Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Complimentary Dinner. 'Ihi' friends of Councilman Weston W. Walker, MB—baHng :!*j ga_nred at that fiiiiiuns hostelry. Young's Hotel. Boston, ou Thursday eventag, for tbe purpose of parta__g of a eliiuiiT. which .was to Ih* given in honor of tin* truest of tin? even;tag. who is about to take up his residence iv Buffalo, X. V.. where he is to engage in tin* greee*~ liusiness, in wliieh he achieved so inueli success in tbis city. About six o'e'loek tlie p-ntlc-incu began to arrive, anil they were usliered into rooms :l anil 1, when hanel-sliakiii'*' unci social iutereourse were the orde-r of the iiour. At twenty-minutes of seven o'e*loek. all who Were expected, bciu;.' present, tlie ********* proeeeclecl to tile hamjuct lnlll, wlie-re a beautifully spread table* the full length of tin* room greeted them. There* i- no need of ileseribini; tlie manner in whieli tin* festive board vvii» laid, as the service at Young's Hotel is always perfect in eviTy respect. W—i'ii something over an hour...

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Union Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Union Picnic. I'uioli picnic of the l'irst. Broadway and Inman Bquaie Baptist Sabbath Schools, will be held ut Melville (iunleii, Downer Landing, today. Tin* committee having the arrangements in charge have exclusive use for tlie day of that part of the Melville Oanion known as "Little Walton" and the large Pavilion "Foley Hall." In adclitiou to these places specially allotted free access is also given to all other attractions. Special horse cars depart from the Church in Central square, to the steamboat wharf without change of ears, ami return from the wharf to the churih thus keeping the company together after the picnic. Baskets will be cheeked at the church in Central square, if delivered to the basket committee before M o'clock Saturday morning. The price of tickets will be o5 cents for children lifteen years und under, who are members of these Sabbath Schools, all others (iO cents, ami will be good tin any boat, but not on any other horse cur.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

—Thurston A Hall's doughnut- are for sale at their retail "tores. See advertisement.

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OLD CAMBRIDGE. Class Day Notes. Ward Gossip. John A. Logan Post 186. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

OLD CAMBRIDGE. Class Day Notes. Ward Gossip. John A. Logan Post 186. —The stable keepers reaped a rich harvest yesterday. —The caterers and florists made a handsome sum out of yesterday's festivities. —The window sills of Beck Hall, facing Quincy square, were very attractive, being filled with handsome plants in full bloom, growing iv ornamental boxes the width of the windows. —Sanders Theatre presented an animated scene yesterday morning, while the exercises, which consisted of an oration, a poem and ivy oration. were being held. The theatre was taxed to its utmost capacity, and their was a bountiful amount of feminine loveliness present. —Harvard Square and vicinity wore a gala appearance all day yesterday. Carriages were going hither and thither, the graduates were out 111 dress suits and handsome new tiles, and their mothers, sisters, aud sweethearts were with them, Wiariningly attired in bright aud varied colors. —The green aeljoining Beck Hall, running from Main to Harvard str...

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Teachers of the Public Schools of Cambridge, Elected June 16, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Teachers of the Public Schools of Cambridge, Elected June 16, 1887. _af~IL,. Wm. F. Bradbury, $2,800 I Charlotte C. Barren, 875 Theodore P. Adanit, 8,000 Jeuule S. Spring. X.*> Helen M. Albee, 9501 Mary C. Wtrreii. 87.'. English High School. FrankA.lllll, 3.80(1 Louisa P. Parker. 950 eSdwln L. Sargent. 2.000 Kale P. Klcuar-1.011. S5O hnueia r. Munroe, 1,150 Eiuiua A..Scuelde c, 950 Cltra A. Amies, 575 Maria E. Span*. 050 Jessie L. Csle, 950 Csrollue A. Sawyer, S7* MarKarelte M.LslghtontlSO Alltton Grammar. Benjamin W. Robert. 2.000 I Melissa M. McKlnley, 620 Mary I. Vinton, 700 Cell. F. McFarlaud, lf«l Sara A. Bailey, 020 | Evelyn U. Keuuey, 52u Mary M. Hrighani. 620 Emily R. Pitkin, OO Mary Blair. ti-I Id. G. Smith, —B Carrie Close, ii-.*o | Carrie M. Williams, DM Uattle B. Johnson. 520 I Harrard Grammar. James S. Barrel), 2.000 I Myra I. Ellis. 620 Frederic S. Cutter. 1.1100 Clara A. Emerton. Ha Ada H. Wellington, 700 | Estelle J. French. 6211 Margaret B. Wellington 700...

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Early Closing. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Early Closing. On and after July 12th the clothing stores will close Tuesday and Thursday evenings, until further notice. <;. c.ay. Fillf.r, W. M. TnwxsEXii _ Co.

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