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Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Real Estate. Building Permits. The following permits have been Issued from the office of superintendent of buildings : 661—John P. Squire, rear of Pearl street, Ward Four, cellar wall, 22x30; F. 11. Stlckney, builder. &gt; 652— J. G. Thorp, Jr., Brattle street, Ward One, wood house, 47 ft. 10 In. by 38 ft,; Longfellow &lt;fc Harlow, architects; B. L. Snow, builder. 653— J. G. Thorp, Jr., Brattle street, Ward One, wood stable, 50x31; B. L. Snow, builder. 554—A. Bice, Chauncy street, Ward One, wood dwelling,;27x34; M. C. Beedle, builder. 555—John W. Freese, Chauncy street, Ward One, wood house, 28 ft. by 51 ft. 0 In.; M. C. Beedfe, bulMer. 650—Samuel Woodbridge, Somervillo avenue, Ward Five, wood addition to stable, 9x60; E. S. Sparrow, builder. 557 —Henry Emerson, Crescent avenue, Ward Five, woftd house, 27x37; J. Sewell &amp; Co., builders. 658—P. F. Bonney, rear of 32 Arlington street, Ward Five, wood stable, 32x24; Bolrerts et Murray, builders. 569—Mrs. Mar...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Mr. John P. Squire is building a block of six nouses on the corner of Pearl and Watson streets. The houses will all face on Pearl street and each will be adapted to one family. The basement in each house will contain a laundry with set tubs, cellar and bins, etc, On the first floor will be a kitchen and dining-room; on tho second, a parlor and a chamber, and on the third, three chambers. The houses will bo of wood. The architect is Mr. 11. B. Dennison; the builder, Mr. 8. H. Stickncy, and the mason, Mr. F. W. Goodwin, Henry F. May has sold to George B. Upton for $3,510, land on Ellsworth avenue, 4,448 square feet. Jones Valentine his sold to Joseph n. Sand ford for $8000, land and building* on Holyoke place. Messrs. J. Wlnnott &amp; Co. have sold to S. F. Kelley and James Mellen additional land in the rear of their former lots orr the Austin estate. This land ex ten's from Hillside avenue to Avon place. Both of the purchasers now have about an acre of laud in their 1011. The...
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION. An Interesting Discussion at a Meeting of the Associated Charities. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION. An Interesting Discussion at a Meeting of the Associated Charities. The Old Cambridge Conference of Associated Charities held a public meeting on Monday, at 4 P. M., in the vestry of the First Parish Church. On account of the severe snow-storm there was only a imall attendance. The meeting was presided over by Mr. Caleb 11. Warner of Cambridge and the subject under consideration was " Industrial Education in the Public Schools." The first speaker was Mr. Dlzwell of Cambridge, who read a paper giving aa account of the Cambridge Industrial School. In the autumn of 1879 a school of manual training was established in Cambridge, through the efforts of Key. 6. L. Cheney, following the examples of Boston and Gloucester. The school was established as a charity to benefit the poor, and liberal contributions were raised and a suitable teacher, a practical carpenter, provided. A slight charge for tuiiiou was made, $1 for a course of twenty lessons. Tbe school was well und...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
SPRUCE FRAMES. WE ABE PREPARED TO FURNISH House Frames 8 ca P K-u__ at Short Notice. OUR FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED, A* these Frames come by rail exclusively. ' ' ' . mm ma. GEO. "W. O-J-.XjE, 336 Main Street, Cambridgeport. By S. It. KNIGHTS * CO., Auctioneer.. NEW HOUSE AND STABLE rOB SALI AT _*_TJCTION, April 30, 3 P. M., 47 Franklin St. Tbl. estate waa built by the owner for himself, all built by the day, all modern oonvenlenoes, 11 rooms, with chauoe to fliil.h four or Aye more up two flii?lit*. The land la covered with Pear, Apple and Qulnoo Trees, Grape Vines—bu.hela of f mil. About 9000 square feet of land. La rid sandy, Cry, and In a goud neighborhood. Good reasons for selling. For further particulars enquire o( tbe owner, O. H. WHIITIER, 809 Main Street, Or L. M. Haitwum. TO LET. 351 Harvard St., a Sunny louse Of 11 roomi. All modern improvementa and everything In flrst-elaaa condition. I'ossession given May Ist. M. I*. White, 47 Devonshire Street, Boston, or 10 Cralgle St...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
W. B. HASTINGS &amp; CO., FIRE INSUBANCE AGENCY. 80 Cambridge St., Kaat Cambridge. T Kaohange flaoe, Hoston. Office Hour., 80.t0n.l to 3 P..M. A. BLAIIDBLL, (our authorised Agent), 476 Somerville Av.nue, Somerville. We are tbe ageut. of tbe HO-TOKK MUTUAL FIKK INHUHANCK CO. of Salem, with the largest assets of any mutual company In the State. Surplus a. regarda Policy Holder. 1881,248.04 Dividend, on Policies for one year 20 per cent. Dividend, on Policies for three yean...4o per cent. Dividends on Pollolea for live year. 80 per cent. Special attention given to Insuring Dwellings, Household Furniture, barn, aud Contents. Orders by mall promptly attended to. For the oonveulenoe of partlee In tbe vicinity, risks taken or any Information concerning insurance given at residence, 8 Ruaaell St., North Cambridge, Maaa. CHARLES W. SEVER, Insurance Agent, UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE Harvard Sauare. Insurance placed In the most desirable companies at favorable rates. QUINCY MUTUAL . FIRE INS...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF Paper Hangings, Paints, Varnishes, Oils, WINDOW GLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Go to the NKW STOKK on Boylstou St., near Hwrv_.rd Sq., Just opeued by W. J. KDWARDB. You wil i find a laige and varied assortment just received from some of tbe first Houses In Boston, of Wall Papers, Borders, Vrleifs, Picture Mouldings, Keady Mixed Paints, Varninhee of all kinds, Linseed and other Oils. Turpentine, .lap-ns, Sialiis, Polishes, Colors Ground in Oil, Colors Ground In Japan, Dry Colors, Paint, Vnri.tub, Whtiew-axli, and all kinds of brushes. Kilsoiu Finish, Wind* w Glass, Putty. A full line of Wlus r &amp; Newton's Tube Colors In Oil and Water, Colors in Cakes, Canvas and Stretcheis, Artists' Brushes, Plaeques, iiluoks, Etchings and other Papers. Do not forget to call. W.J. EDWARDS,? HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER and PAPER HANGER, Read's Block, 22 Boylston Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge. IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS. —E—SMM—S— ° ___T_—lH»_HSr_l'!ll!iW—*! The undersigned...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
(•RAVEL ROOFING, • bating, •"• METAL ROOFING. Kstlumtss given anil Wnrli Warranted. Repairing in all Ua branches. Fifteen years'experience. It—Ht of Relerence., If required. Hull on or addres. Howard F. Peak, Corner Mt. '~ md Claries River St*. Cambridge. Mass. M. F. TRACY &amp; SON, , Planing and Moulding MILL. MAJiuTAOTIIRF.RB OF DOORS, SABHB3, DOOR AHD WINDOW FRAMES-Klln-drled Lumber for Sale: Pine, Walnut, Ash. Cherry, Oak and White—oort. Also Spruce, Hard rine, A.h, lllroh and Oak Flooring ou.iautly on band. Bill, U Bojlstoa 81., ( ambrldße.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
J)ROP MX A POSTAL. B. L. PERRY, House Painting. PAPER HANOINO an.l FRKSUOINO, 3 Sargent. St., North Cambridge. Can i,.f.&gt;r tosonreiif the best people In Ward fl, lor wbonr I riave worked. J. ,T. BHEDD, House Painter, Grainer AND GLAZIER. Shop—l(l7% North Aye. lle.ldence—4 White Street, l'tio H.'.t |iVork done under my own l uporvtslorr In every ease. S. H. SWAIN, MANUFACTURER OF .*•—-^ DECORATED HOUSE FINISH, Corner Blocks, Roiettei and NoveltUi. H7-i.uii«lori are lnrited to sail aud examine. Stat* Rtrnet, Cnmbrldctport. "paints, oils, varnishes, Brtuhei, Window Olasa, Artists' Materials, its. at low prioeg and s,itisf.ir.tion guaranteed a the .tore of 2ST. a. FINNEY, 103 Cambridge St., • Boatoa On 'me of Cambridge Hone Cara. 1. 8. SPARROW. Qontractor and Builder. Plans, Slu'rllloatliins and Kstlmatos mml.be* lo- Ihs Klnsst llnildlngs. Davie square, Weat Soinervlll*.
Cambridge Lodges. Annual District Meeting, Order of the Iron Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Cambridge Lodges. Annual District Meeting, Order of the Iron Hall. The annual district meeting of the Order of the Iron Hall was hel d Monday evening In Cambridge Hall, there being no branch meeting on that account. District Justice Herbert D. Allen presided, and while the committee were examining the credentials of the one hundred representatives present, Supreme Vice Justice F. D. Somerby of Atlantic City, N. J., formerly of Cambridge, addressed the meeting. His announcement that the order now had a membership of 18,000, which was an increase of 12,000 during the past two years, wai received with great applause. Tbe report of the district ofllcers showed the membership In Massachusetts, December 20, 1884, to be 237, against 2,155 December 20, 1888, au increase of 1,818. D. D. C. J. Martin InHailed the new board of officers as follows: D. J., H. D. Allen, Cambridge; D. V. J:, Benjamin D. Holt, Lowell; accountant, J. \R Boyd, Cambridge; cashier, F. L. Poole, \Cambridge; adjuster, M....
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Notes. Branch 360, Iron Hall, initiated one member at the last meeting, and others are being examined. Mt. Olivet Lodge, F. and A. M., worked the third degree on three members Thursday evening. Mr. Ezra C. Gove of this city received the thirty second degree last night at the Masonic Temple, Boston. Division No. 15, A. O. of H., of East Cambridge, has contributed $100 to swell the parliamentary fund. Four candidates received the second and third degrees at the meeting of Cambridge Lodge, I. O. O. F., Tuesday evening. A new system of electric bells has been placed In Odd Fellows building, connecting all lodge rooms with the janitor's room on the first floor. Friends A. W. Glidden and' Charles H. Marshall, past chief justices, were delegates to the district convention, Order of Ihe Iron Hall, from Branch 360, Harvard square. Harvard Lodge No. 1ft"), Order Sons of St. George, will be the only lodge in this cify represented at the celebration of St. George s day at Paine Memorial Hail, B...
Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Military and Grand Army Notes. Tbe Ctty Guard Is notified that there will be no drill Monday evening. The Second Brigade will encamp at South Framlngham, July 10 to 23 Inclusive. The general committee on Memorial day meets in the ante-room at Post 30 Hall tonight. The annual field drill of the Fifth Regiment sill take place on Boston Common May 25. From this date no recruits are to be mustered into the service within thirty days of a Slate lour of duty. Captain Henderson was one of the judges at the prize drill al Newton, Monday evening. Judge Henderson sounds well. Governor Ames entertains tlie officers of the State Militia at his residence on Commonwealih avenue, Monday evening rrext. Post 60 realized a goodly sum as the result of the minstrel entertainment In Lyceum Hall, Fait night, which will be added to its relief fund. Rev. A. E. White of tho First Universalis! Church, will preach ihe memorial sermon to Post 80 on the Sunday previous to Memorial day. Dr. George '/.. Gray will...
Reunion of Company C. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Reunion of Company C. The twenly-sixth anniversary of Captain Richardson's company was celebrated at the Revere House on Monday, April 18, by a banquet. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: General A. F. Holt, president; Thomas H. Lucy, vice president; George H. Hastings, treasurer; and Levi Hawkes, secretary. There were nineteen members present. Two deaths were reported since tbe last anniversary, Comrades Black and Crabbie. Speeches were made by General Holt, Captains X* linear, Lucy, Hawkes and others. Communications were received from General Chamberlin and others regretting their inability to be present. The following letter was received from Captain Richardson and read by the president: UtV7 Sax Jacwto SrasitT, 1 Austin, Texas, 6 April, IBBT. I My drab liocroa: Your kind letter of the Ist Imt. ia Just received. I wish I could be with you at the reunion of tbe ever memorable old eompsuy, on the lTili, but circumstances forbid It at tbl. time. I entertain ho...
The Temperance Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
The Temperance Orders. The dramatic entertainment which was to havo been giverr by Minerva Division, S. of T,, on ihe loth Inst., will he presented in Knights of Honor Hall on Friday evening, April 20. Unity Temple of Honor celebrated ill third anniversary, Tuesday evening. There was a large attendance of members and friends, Brother M. S. Perry, W. C. T.. presiding. Addresses were made by brother James Hicks, P. W. 0. T., Mayor Robinson of Gloucester, and Brother Patrlquiir. A collation was served in the banquet hall.
On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
On the Water. Davy Is building a beauty of a boat for "Jimmy Neal" of the Bradfords. Frank Smith will get in condition as soon as possible for tho regatta on the Seventeenth. A very busy season is anticipated, and the Cambridge clubs will figure prominently in many of the races which are now in preparation, Frank Facey, the president of Ihe Riversides, is secretary of the N. E. Association of Amateur Oarsmen, and the members feel quite proud of the fact. Ryan, Cumuiings, Haitian and O'Connor ! are rowing from the Bradford club's house, while McKay and llosmer will launch their craft from the Riversides'. Assistarrt City Clerk bramlon intends In become an oarsman, judging from the fact that ho has recently Joined the Riverside Boat Club, and lias ordered a new shell built by Blakey. The River-ides elected six new members at their last meeting, namely! Edward . Brandon, Charles Facey, William Lynch, J. Creamer, F..Carr and L. Brinton. There are six more proposals now in. Cambridge has...
Base-Ball Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Base-Ball Notes. The Franklin and Windsor base ball clubs are playing a series of three games of polo at the Prospect rink for a sit of medals. One game lias been played, the Franklins winning by a score of 8 to 1. A base-ball club has been organized in the gvmnaslum department of the V. M. C. A. Mr. Robertson will be the manager aud Dyer will be captain. Grounds for practice have been secured near Reunion's oleomargarine factory, and after rrext week the club will thirst for challenges. In a letter to Tiik TitirniNE, under dale of April 15, Merlin Hacketl, the famous catcher, writes that he is much pleased with the city of Indianapolis, witlr which club be has signed. He lias played through Ohio during the past week and has made a good showing, which he Intends to keep up if his health remains as good as it is at present. He is v llitiroiighly conscientious hall-player and a credit to the national game.
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Cycling Notes. The Cambridgeport Bicycle Club are arranging for a twenty-five mile road race to lake place Memorial day. The club is rapidly increasing Its membership, and has some good material foi road racing. It is aboul as good as settled lhat Mr. J. M. Hilton is to erect for tbe Cambridge Bicycle Club a two-story club house on Winthrop street. The building is to be planned by an architect within Hie club and will cost about $3500.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
If )ou go to New York you will find tbe (Irand Union lloiel, opposite the Grand Central Depot, a good place to stop. You can get an ezcellent room for $1.00 a .1. v. The resuiuraut Is lirst class and moderate In price. The fact tbat It 1, always full Ib the eeßl argument In It. favor. These sunny spring dsj.are ju.ttliatiineto.lt for your photograph. Bring tbe baby with you. There Is no boiler work done In New Knulsud than that ezei'u'ed at P.cb Bros.' studio, Mam street, next to lie. k Hall. Mr. 11. WillLm Tupper Is the mmiftgcr and operator, itii.l you are guaranteed .itisfa.'tloti, every lime. Mr. .1,,1. Shedd, Ihe bouse painter, carries on bll h... ks sui-li names as ,1. X. Ssrtwell. 11. c. Kami, S. 8. Sleep.r, r handler Hansom arid M. 0. Bacon, He Is Mil old Slid relmhle bu.lne.s mm. Mr. Haggles, Lyceum K.ehange, Harvard square, is very (opular as a re I esterc agent. You can tnist your lu-lnis* nob him safely—lie deals ",,u ihe .qir.ire." .More lie-prii'i-.l tttßOinfltitl are ...
Y. M. C. A. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Y. M. C. A. Notes. The 8.30 meeting tomorrow will be at the Old Cambridge Baptist Church. There has been a large sa'e of tickets for the entertainment in Union Hall o:r Thursday evening. Secretary L. W. Messer made an address at the anniversary of the Salem Y. M. C. A. last Sunday. The annual business meeting of the association for the election of officers, etc., will occur on May 5. Mr. F. A. Gaylord addressed the monthly meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary orr Tuesday on association work. Rit. S. N. Greet of Somerville will give a chalk talk at the young men's meeting at 4.30 tomorrow at lire Association Hall. There will be singing by Mr. L. B. Gr. liwood of Boston. The annual reception was given on Thursday by Hi-association to Ihe Woman's Auxiliary. About seven hundred people were present. A musical program me was furnished by Mrs. Flora Barry, contralto; Mr. F. L. Pratt, baritone: Mrs. Anna B. Gomel, soprano; Mr. W. H. Briggs, tenor; Mr. G. M. Taylor, accompanist; Mr. Ralph Barcel...
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
MARRIAGES. OOOUDQR—RMITH—In this oity. at bis residence, hy Rev, O. It. Moor, on the Kith iusl., Ash bid t). Uoolrdfe, attorney-al-law of the rirrn of Ho»e A Odulldi* of Bullaiid, Verrrionr, and Ml.. Bose M. Smith, niece of Ibe officiating clergyman, of Woodstock. QANKON—KEEQA2,—IBIb lint., by Bey. ,lobn .1. riritllrr, Thomas rjaniion to Jttlll Keegin, both . I i 'mill.l 01c,... KEATISII—MAIIAN- IMb Insl., hy ltev. ,1. S. Miltiily, Hicliar.l Kt-atnig lv Bridget Malum, both of Cam ri.lgs. MASON—HARVEY—IBth Inst., by ltev. W. C. Hi,■hm..ml, li. in .uiiii Mason 10 Alire.la Harvey, bolh ot Borloii. PBATT—THOMAS—Ittb Inst,, by ltev. W. c. Itli'liinon.i, Henry 1.. l'rat&gt; of Plymouth to Susan It. Thomas ot r'amhrt.l^e. BOBINSIIN— BBOOKMorSE - In Somerville, IHib lust., Hy ltev. (1. W. liliMle, 11. 11., I'harles Knoi'b Bobluson lo Ada Florence Mrookuouse, both of Somerville.