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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
j. Leo Mcdonald &amp; co. , House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Glazing, In.erior Decorating. ! OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Til. Cambridge su-i. Shop, I]Church St W. 11. Hobs I lid Stan,l. CHBS, HTKINS St CO. " PAPER HANGERS, WHITENING. KALSOMININQ, TINTING, WHITEWASHING. Exterior and Interior Decorating. Wall Piper Mouldings. Painting, dating, to. 27-20 Prospect Street, CAMIBRIDCEPORT. ; Cir-Noar Central »q. Tel. nt* Cambridge, H. J. SHAW, Suceemtor to Miller &amp; tihaw, Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippr-*, etc., for I'iie Driving; I Bolts. Trusses, mid other Iron Work foi bridges and Buildings. MACHINERY FOR HOISTING ICE, Hydraulic Presses and (leneral Machinery. Special attention paid to Machine and Automobile Repairing. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambridgeport, Mass. E. J. DUNPHV Dealer In Watches.Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods. Special attention given to Fine Watch, Clock and Jewelry KepHirlng. Eye* ...
CITY GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
CITY GOVERNMENT There wss a very small attendance of spectators at the final meeting of the board of aldermen on Tuesday evening. President (locxl presided. Aldermen ('arstein and Bell were absent. A communication was received from the Mayor asking to withdraw the name of N'az Kyan as a cull number of the tire department as he had found he was ineligible. It was withdrawn. Annual reports were received from several heads of departments and ordered printed in the annual city document. The committee on finance to which was referred a communication from the water board, transmitting a detailed statement of accounts, etc., in response to a request from the city council, reported no action necessary in the matter; on the report of the committee on water supply of Dec. 22, 1903, recommended referring same to next city govMayor to petition the General Court for legislation to authorise the City of Cambridge to Issue additional water bonds to the amount of $500,000 that the order ought to pa...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. It was after 9 o'clock when the common council was called to order by President Clark. Councllmen Barnard, Elmore, Harrington, Myers, McCarthy, Nelllgan, Qulnn and Wnlcott were ab- ' sent. In spite of the lack of business, the members of the council Indulged in the usual wrangle over minor details. Councllmen Monks, Rhodes, Steams, Dudley and Downey were noticeable by their eloquence in the discussion which was at times serious aud at other times ludicrous. Councilman Monks endeavored to show his knowledge of Are department affairs iv such a manner that a resolve wns introduced by Councilman Downey ; that in the opinion of the common council, Councilman Monks was the man who should he the chief of the fire department, but President Clark kindly ruled) it out of order In deference to the feelings of the Councilman from Ward 5. The order appropriating $4200 for the street department, which was passed by the board of aldermen, was referred to the next city council. On a...
LIBRARIAN GIFFORD'S RESIGNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
LIBRARIAN GIFFORD'S RESIGNATION. At a meeting of the trusteei of the Cambridge Public library, held Monday evening, December 28, the resignation of the Librarian. Wm. L. It. Glfford, was presented nnd accepted to take effect .lan. 22. 1004. Several applications for the posit lon of librarian were read and were referred to the committee on appointments. Mr. Gifford's resignation as treasurer of the trustees was also presented and accepted to take effect .lan. 5, 1004, and the president, of the board, Dr. E. A. McCarthy, was appointed temporary treasurer. At the close of the meeting, the president, of the board called Mr. Barnes to the chair and offered the following resolutions, which were unanimously adopted by n rising vote: WHBItKAS, the Trustees of the Cam bridge Public Library hnve learned with regret the apparently unalterable determination of the senior member of the Board to retire from active participation in the work of the Library at the close of his present term, nnd WHER...
SLASHED WITH A RAZOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
SLASHED WITH A RAZOR. As a result of a quarrel between two of the Inmates nt the East Cambridge House of Correction, Monday morning about lo o'clock Officer Warren (I. Llvermore Is suffering with a bad cut on his fncc and Frank Howe, a 111-year old prisoner Is In solitary confinement. The house of correction officials suoceeded In keeping the matter quiet until late yesterday afternoon when It lenked out. Llvermore Is superintendent of the brush making establishment and sits about In the center of the shop, where he can overlook all that Is going on. His attention was called to a quarrel between two of the prisoners employed as brash pullers at the further end of the shop. By the time he and officer Fred Griffiths reached the men they were In a rough and tumble fight. were promptly separated and the twisters were put on John J. Kenney, one of tbe fighters, and he was escorted 1 down stairs to his cell by. Griffiths. Llvermore returned toward his desk, In front of .which stands three...
BOARD OF HEALTH HEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
BOARD OF HEALTH HEARING. On Wednesday evening' next there will be a hearing before the board of health on tbe order relating to calsomlng and repaperlng rooms after being occupied by consumptives. It is expected that there will be a large audience present, for many real estate men think that there will be needless additional expense in many cases, while others want the order passed for what they claim is the public good.
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
DEATHS. BROWN—Doc. 23, at 149 Bridge street, Winifred B. Brown, age, 28 years. JOHNSON—Dec. 24, at 0 Broadway. John Johnson, age, 0 months. RAYMOND—Dec. 23, at Cambridge station. Benjamin 11. Raymond, of 54 Creighton street, age 72 years, .1 months, 18 days. BOBBINS—Deo. 24, at Holy Ghost Hospital. Isaac Gilbert Robblns, age, 88 years, 28 days. DONOVAN—Dec. 23, at Holy Ghost Hospital. Mary Donovan, of 1531 Cambridge street, age, 09 years. FRANKLIN—Deo. 24, at 5 Amory place Francis J. Franklin, age, 51 years, 1(1 months. 18 days. KENNY.—Dee. 25 at Cambridge Hospi- " tal. Edward Kenny, age. (17 years. THOMPSON—Dec. 2(1. at 183 Auburn street. Hazel G. Thompson, age, 7 years, fi months. OITOSKI—Dec. 25, at 8 Muilins court. Joseph Gutoskl, age 32 years. SII.VA—Dec. 25, at 5 Ix&gt;wland avenue. Joseph SP a, age, (15 years. OAIHILL—Deo, 25, at 2 Van Norden street. Mary E. Ciihill. age, 33 years. BOBBINS—Deo. 88, at 1)8 Spring street. Nora Mary Robblns. age, 4 years, 0 months. " BRK...
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
MARRIAGES. BARNARD—firkB—By itev. Geo. \V. Rlckwell. Dec 24. Theodore W. Barnard and Mary KUen Kiske. both of this city. HENDERSON—KHOBSON —By Ilev. Chas. A. O'Connor. Dec. 88. Chester A. Henderson of this city, and Mamie Brobson of Boston. HUDSON-FOWLER By Itev. Silas B. Duflleld. Dee. 24. Albert Hudson and Amy Fowler, both of this city. RLANOHAHD- RI.ANVKI.T—By Rev. (Jeo. Whlttaker, Pee. 24. Charles 1.. ED, Blanchard of Boston, and Cora Ellen Blanvelt of this olty. SMITH-COX--By Itev. I&lt;\ A. McDonald. Dec. 24. Lester F. Smith of Winchester, nnd Mary Florence Cox, of this city. MACDONALD- MACKF.NNON - By Rev. Charles B. lII™. Dec. 22. John Colin MncDonald and .Mary MacKinnon, both of this city. Mc.IN'TOSII—SI'I.I.IVAN By Itev. .1. P.. Harper. Dec. 2F&gt;. I lance .lolin Mcintosh of this city, and Bertha .lesslo Sullivan of Haverhill. MKROKIt—REANIIAN -By Rev. Chas. Andberth, Dec. 27. Amine .Mercer of this city, and (Icorglc llcinihnn of Ixiwell. OETCHELL JOHNSON ...
BUILDING PERMITS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
BUILDING PERMITS. 10370-T. 0. Connor, owner, 74 Orchard street, Ward 11, E. Buckley, architect;' 0. W. Oonnor, builder; two-family wooden dwelling, fo cost In the vicinity of $6000. 1(W77-Jiilln t* Johnson, reer 214 Harvard street, Ward 4. J. A. Mclsaac, builder; altering a carriage house and stable Into a two-family wooden dwelling, to cost In the vicinity of turn.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
CHAS. E. DAVIS, - - Optician EYES m \ NO EXAMINED II NECESSARY jer DAVIS METHOD *0 NOW AT 367 Boylston Street 1 Flight Elevator JAMES T. BARRETT, General Contractor. 619 CAMBRIDGE STREET. Estimates Furnished for Every Kind of Work. Telephone Connection. JAMES J. SHEA JOHN T. SHEA SHB7* BROS. Undertakers and Embalmers Warerooms, 9 PEARL STREET Office, 407 Cambridge Street. f JAMES J. SHEA, 75 Fifth Street. Residences .. . \j OHN T , SHEA, 91 Otis Street. Telephone No. BSB-4. Democrats Us Republicans-No Partiality Our Usual LOW PRICES To All. WM. H. WOOD 4 CO., Lumber Merchants Why Go to Boston to Buy a Piano? When I can save you from 10 to 25 per cent on any piano, and a year's piano lessons absolutely free. Dealer in Lister, Koell, Kimball, Ludwig &amp; Co., Smith &amp; Barnes, and Wentworth &amp; Keller Pianos. Second-Hand Uprights, Squares and Organs. Y. M. C. A. PIANO ROOMS, 830 Mass. Aye. P. O'BRIEN 4SON,^ FLORISTS 1022 MASS. AYE., CAMBRIDGE, MASS. TO SET...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 2 January 1904
i Connect* by Telephone, UM-1 Cambridge. ..„. ' ; M. CAVANAGH, 3 111 II I*Bl AA S A A Manufacturer and Dealer In I W. 11. ENUS &amp; CO., Harness, Horse Clothing, t Wholesale .id Retail Idlers In As* BUbto *«PP" M - -1 Kspslrlnt of All Kinds Will Be Promptly j Hay, Grain &amp; Feeds H m J 07 Concord Avenue, JAMES CURRY, e • CAMBRIDOB, HA3S. C()LLAR m Ufm% MAR £ R| t -, . , j'-■"--'si-j. j u'tTT*"* - -,_ Whips, Carry Combs, Brushes, Bl»nV«U, Horse .. G. F. WHITING &amp; CO. o«u.i^.B«.t. l w UNION STABLES Repslrlns Is All It. Branches Pr»ptly D.... i Hack, Livenr, Boaraim ami sale • STABLES. G- "• P BRIEN, 8 horses for sale. Groceries &gt;nd Provisions We have constantly on hand a full as- _ .. n , *l sortment of GenUemen'. Drivers, Business, Best Quality—Reasonable Prices * Draft and Saddle Horses. Acclimated Prompt Delivery. * Family and Matched Pairs a Specialty. *»«««i«»e»s»»#»s» * All Horses Warranted as represeated, but 26-31 Bay St., C.AMBsIIDCB ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
THE CAMBRIDGE SENTINEL VOL. I. No. 11. &lt;ALLIED PRINTING TRADE COUNCIL BOSTON, MASS.&gt; 81 CAMBRIDGE, MASS, JANUARY, 9, 1904. PRICE TWO CENTS. The Cambridge Sentinel. A WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER Published every Saturday at 671 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge (Boston), Mass., BY THE SENTINEL PUBLISHING COMP'Y, SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER YEAR Entered as second-class matter Nov. 6, 1903, at the post-office at Boston, Mass., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1904.
THE INAUGURATION CEREMONIES-INCIDENTS Of the City Government of 1904. The Board Elects Coveney and the Council Stearns to Preside Over Their Deliberations for the Ensuing Year. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
THE INAUGURATION CEREMONIES-INCIDENTS Of the City Government of 1904. The Board Elects Coveney and the Council Stearns to Preside Over Their Deliberations for the Ensuing Year. It was a crowded aldermanic cham- i her that greeted' the new city officers 11 at the Inaugural on Monday morning. It was an audience of different complexion from that of last year. It was ' noticeable that a member of the exmayors of Cambridge and also many of those who had been Identified with Cambridge politics on the Republican and Non-partisan sides, who had been so conspicuous by their absence In the past two years, were out In full force on this day of return to power of the old guard l . It was a joyous occasion for the Republicans, but the rejoicing among the Democrats was. of course, not discernable. Among those In the audience were noted: Ex-Speaker ,T. J. Meyers, Rev. Charles F. Barter, Dr. A. P. Clarke, Hon. Alvin F. Sortwell, ex-alderman James A. Wood, Hon. Frank A. Allen, Hon. J. M. W. Hall, He...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
190 S. ISOS. Decrease. Increase. Funded City Debt *f&gt;,:iin,«oo on $5,489,900 00 $173,000 on Sinking Funds i,w,m » 1,108,978 49 18,723 40 Net Funded fitv Debt. S 1,221,1-11 in $4,380,921 M $159,270 no ' 1" Funded Wstsr Debt $3,300,600 00 $3,360,600 00 Sinking »"»nd 1,107,635 98 1,262,821 46 $118,185 48 Net Funded Water Debt $2,242,964 ts $2,087,778 54 $155,185 48 NetValustlon $97,273,3.14 00 $163,404,328 00 $6,189,964 00 Borrowing Cspseity 396,003 HI 561,12120 | 156,117 29 Limit of Taxation for Municipal Purposes, outside of tbe Sinking Fund rei|tiirementa, State and County Taxes aud Metropolitan assessments based on the net valuation $1,167,280 00 $1,440,852 00 $73,672 00
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
THE "SENTINEL'S" GOSSIP On Current Events and Happenings. A Few Things Observed by Him as He Patrols His Post. I heard a good story this week which I thins that members of both parties will appreciate, as it shows that both of the participants In the conversation .appreciated the- Joke. It seems that Mayor-elect Daly telephoned to Superintendent of Streets Shea to see If he could not get an advance copy of his report. The genial superintendent replied that he was having a copy struck off on the typewriter which would be reauy in v bout half an hour. "I will send It up to you or you can send down for It," said the superintendent, "I wish that you could send it to me as it would be a favor," was the request of the Mayorelect. "I will send It up by my coachman," said Mr. Shea. "You needn't mind that," replied' the Judge, "Just send it up by one of the tally-men." It is on record that he received the copy asked for. Rev. Henry Duekrey, Dr. Lane and Louis F. Baldwin were the cynosure of ...
JOHN B. SCANLON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
JOHN B. SCANLON. John B. Scnnlon, one of this city's best-known nnd most highly esteemed residents, died on Sunday morning last, aged 60 years, at his late residence. No. 271 Windsor street, of heart trouble. He has l&lt;een a resident of CambridKe for ninny yenrs. nnd was engaged in the teaming business in Boston. He leaves a wife and one child, William, aged 12 years. Mr. Scnnlon has been prominent in social nnd fraternal organizations, and for the past eleven years has been one of the most earnest workers In Cambridge council. No. 74. Knights of GolltmbUS. The funeral took place on Wednesday morning, nt St. 'Mary's Church of the Annunciation. Rev. Father Michael Scnnlon, n nephew nf the deceased, officiating, assisted by Rev. Fathers William Barry and Dennis J. Brown. There wns n large attendance of friends nt the services, Cambridge council attending In a body. Grand Knight James T. Whelan nnd William .1. Cogan represented the X. of C. as pall-bearers. The floral display...
NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH. A building permit box been Issued to Archbishop Williams to build a new Catholic church nt the corner of Mt. Auburn and De Wolf streets, to cost in (lie vicinity of 1800,000. It Is to have n seating capacity of alwut 1,000, and Is to have two entrances, one on Mt. Auburn street, the other on De Wolf street. The parochial school Is to be moved over to land which has been secured next to the Boston Book Comvtnv's plnnt, nnd the convent Is to )&gt;e one for-u. This location la an ideal new houlevnitch, as It will face the structed between rVih is to be conSoldiers' Field. ' college and
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 9 January 1904
The officers of the Broadway Bap-' tlst. Church for.the ensuing year will be: Acting superintendent, William Mlatt of 24 Tremont street; secretary and treasurer, Granville J. Daniels of 254 Norfolk street; librarian, Olyde McPheo of Somervllle. The church was dedltated 50 years ago next month, and appropriate memorial services are being arranged for.