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A CLOSE CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
A CLOSE CONTEST. An exciting howling content was held at ii'alagher'n alleys Tuesday evening nrter the meeting of the city government. The city government team, cnmfoaed of Aldermm Harry nn I Harrington and Councilman Cronln defeated n good government tenin composod of Messrs. (Jood, Whnlen and •I'rtrlpn. The contest was very exclllng and at no time were the contestants more than a few iiolnts apart. At the conclusion of the game a collation wns served at the expense of the losers. Tho score was ns follows: (lood (lovernment. "I'Hrlen 57 HO 70 7S au Good B7 (M 7!1 HI 272 Whalen 78 70 ftO H2 20; l Olty (lovernment. Oronln •-.'.*,:.-:.,. 00 -7fi 73-J4 281 Harrington 00 78 (12 '(HI 2(lfl Harry 78 m 8(1 7S .W
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
C. MILLER Variety Store 2414 MASS. AYE.. NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Confectioneries, Choice Fruits. Stationeries, Cigars. Tobacco and Smokers Articles H. E. WALSH WHOLESALE LUMBER 119 Water Street, BOSTON. MASS. WHITE PINE, YELLOW POPLAR, HARD WOOD . New Brunswick Cedar Shingles. St-lling- Agent for the .Mills at ll.rdw.od Lumber Co. ffISS&amp;SGSI, Ashevllle. N. C. I'm*. Established 1867. J.A.Cummings Printing Co. Printers and Publishers, 172 Oliver Street, Boston. 11. 8. Ilioii., Pro. I". H. Conoankon, Iri'RS. Kplininten flirnlflhetl on request. Telephone AMI Main. M. CAVANAGH, Manufacturer and lieoler'ln Harness, Horse Clothing, And Stable Supplies. Ksoalrlni ol All Kind. Will Be Promptly Attended To. 850 Main Street, CAMBRIDCCPORT, - - MAS*. ~ JAMES CURRY, COLLAR AND HARNESS MAKER, Whin. Curry Combs. Hrn.hoa, Itlanketa, Hora* ' clothing, Hoot., KU-. Rspalrlnt In All Its Branches Promptly Dona. No. B Broadway, Junction Mala St., CAMBfUDQEPOtVr, • NAM. G. P. O'BRIENT Groceries •"&am...
LOCAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
LOCAL BREVITIES. Tbe alarm from box 20 was for a fire 111 the bouse occupied by Patrick Phalen, No. 10 Clark street, caused by an nverbeated stove. Tbe damage was about $300 covered by Insurance, Next Monday oveuh'g In Trade Association ball, Michael J. Dwyer will lecture on "Samuel Lover," one of the old Irish authors. The lecture la held under the auspices of the Catholic Readinir Union. A uiusleale will be given at tbe Margaret Fuller House, 71 Cherry street, on Wednesday evening, by the Young Women's Christian Association. The University Frees employees have formed a co-operative bank, with 100 stockholders. The object U to have the members pay In $1 every two weeks. Fines are to lie Imposed on those who are delinquent In their assessments, and just before Christmas the money Is to lie divided among the members. Tin' ofttecre are Brendan Gynan, treasurer; John Stinson, Thomas Peas and Henry S. McKenna, trustees. The committee having chnrge of the arrangements for tbe second annu...
HARVARD'S FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
HARVARD'S FUNDS. The report of the treasurer of Harvard University was made public Monday morning, and it showed that Harvard's total Investment last July was $15,863,021.70, or an Increase of $1,--748.9"1j.8ri over the preceding year. The total amount of gifts paid to the university during the year amounted to $1,750,418.40. The rnt? of Interest which the Investment earned was 4 08-100 per cent., a decrease Ot 12-100 per cent, from the preceding year. The deficit occurred In the account known as the university, college and library account. There was an Increase In cost of maintaining the tmlldlngs. to the extent of $10,802.42, due largely to tbe expense of running the new lecture hall, the Semitic and Germanic museums and the Stlllman 'Infirmary. Instructors' salaries were raised during the year $48,784.99, but this was more than met by the Increase from tuition, which amounted to $48,--926.47 more than the year before. The winding up of the affairs of the veterinary school cost th...
ELEPHANTS IN BURMA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
ELEPHANTS IN BURMA. The Great Beasts Sometimes Work Without Immediate Oversight. In Burma the animal generally used in lumbering operations Is the elephant. While "my lord the elephant" solves In a unique way the transportation problem—always a vexatious one in lumbering operations—he does more than that. The stolid and slow moving ox can haul a load from one place to another, but the load has to be made ready for him in the first place, and after it has arrived at Its destination it has to be unloaded. The elephant takes care of all these operations. Not only Is he a draft animal, but in some Instances, at a word from his driver, he picks up a Umber, carries it to the designated point, and then not only deposits it where It belongs, but does so with precision and comparative ease, accomplishing a result almost Impossible by hand labor, and with less expenditure of time than would be required by a steam crane. In most cases an elephant driver, or mahout, is required for each elephan...
PERSEVERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
PERSEVERANCE. Perseverance I particularly respect: It is the very hinge of all virtues. On looking over the world, the cause of nine parts In ten of the lamentnble fnllures which occur In men'B undertakings, and darken and degrade to much of their history, lies not In the want ot talents, or the will to use them, but In the vacillating and desultory mode of using them, In Hying from object to object, In starting nwny nt each little disgust, and thus applying the force which might conquer any one difficulty to a series of difficultlos so large that no human force can conquer them. The smallest brook on earth, by continuing to run, has hollowed out for Itself a considerable vnlley to flow in. The wildest tempest overturns a few cottages, uproots a few trees, and leaves, after a short space, no mark behind It. Commend me, therefore, to the Dutch virtue of perseverance. Without It, all the rest are little better than fairy gold, which glitters In your purse; nut when taken to market pro...
THE HIGH SCHOOL PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
THE HIGH SCHOOL PLAY. liming tlie past week tickets have appeared In the high school announcing I the production of "Old Acre Folk," by i the '05 class, lv Newtowue lull, Ke'i. 12. The management offers to early purchasers of these tickets reserved seats without extra cost. The reserved seats will lie distributed on Feb. 15, at the hour and place deslgnuted on the ticket. The enst Includes Isnliel Leach, Edith I.escnr. Madeline 0. Clark. Mac I'}. Murray, Alexander Kills, .lumen E. j Mcltiidi-, stlllninii ('. Davis, Jr.. Arthur 1., llaydon, lln i-oli 1 (J, Itllssell and ■Howard Helkunp. During the notion of the play songs will be introduced, by Arthur Ilnyden and Madeline Clark, and a mandolin selection by Mac Murray. Miss Lottie 1.. Stlckney will have charge Of the ushers. The Boor will be cleared for dancing after the play. A handsome sum will he realized. BEADING l-'KOM I.KIT TO RIGHT. .Miss Mac Murray, Miss Madeline 0. Clarke, Mr. Alexander Kills, Miss Kdlth l.esseur. Mr. Howard ...
THE WRONG BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
THE WRONG BOY. The small boy in a railway carriage is like a liSh In water. He desires nothing more than to be left to his own resources. A traveler journeying northwarj] lefi his son,, aged eight, in the carriage while he transacted some business with a railway nfflrlnl. and. as was Only natural, he gave the youngster careful Instructions as to behavior. "Sit where you are." said he, "and do not move hand or foot. If you do, there'll be chastisement when I come back. Don't put your head out of the., window, or you might get It taken off, nd you'd get the chastisement beside-." With this formidable injunction the anxious parent left the carriage. The train started before ho was quite ready for It, but he sprang Into another compartment. It was 11 corridor train, and ho would bo able lo walk through to his proper seat. (in the way he stopped to chat with a friend. When he regained his own compartment (ho train was humming at lop speed. » Suddenly he uttered a cry of horror. There was...
FOND OF LONG WALKS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
FOND OF LONG WALKS. The finest thoughts of many great thinkers are undoubtedly the more or less direct result of their communion with the outdoor world, Its strengthening aTtnds and 1 healing sunshine. Certainly men of Incalculable Influences over Ideas and morals have been constant lovers of country walks, and It would be difficult to over-estimate the , effect ol such solitary rumbles on their ttablts of thought. It is calculated that Wordsworth. In his many years of sauntering, nm-st have travelled a distance of fNO.iioo miles. What sights he saw during such prolonged and dellghUuL wanderings o&lt;*Jy_ those who have the poeila.mind and eye can even guess. Charles Dickens was a confirmed tramp, and no doubt acquired his oxliorioiue of "life on the road" fror.i I actual acquaintaino with all sorts ol vagabonds and odd characters, such as frequent town ami country lanes and highways. •:_.'. One -Of tho most remarkable of unprofessional Rralkafl Wns Professor Wilson, tho "Ch...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
The committee on the nrdcr Introduced by Alderman Davis to reorganise the police department met last evening to talk It over. Opt. Ptillen and Deputy Cnlef Rachel'der were called In. The latter had many suggestions to offer, especially In regard to the consolidation with the park police.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
LAWYERS. Telephone lauT 6 Mala. DIETRICH, DUNCAN &amp; WOLCOTT Attorneys at Law, no STATE ST., Rooms 803-804 BOSTON, MASS. Evening Office, 671 riassachusetts Avenue, Cambridge. FRANCIS P. CURRAN, Lawyer, 30 Pemberton Square, Boston, Mass. Law Offices, a) Pemberton Square, lloston, 1257 lUyuiarket. Residence, Hotel Majestic, Cambridge, iTi-3 Cambridge. Telephone, 2433-4 Main ARTHUR L. FARRELL, Attorney and Counsollor-at-Law, 23 Court Street, Rooms Kg) and Sal BOSTON, • . . MASS. Residence: 17a Spring St., Hast Camiumikie. JAHES B. VALLELY, Counsellor-at-Law. Brlggs liulldlng, . . . Rooms M-fc&gt;, 293 Washington Street, Boston. Tel., Mala, tell, ' Residence, M Amory St., Calubridgeport. JOHN J. SCOTT, COUNSBLLOR • RT • LHW 610 Pemberton Building, Pemberton Square, . . Boston. Residence, 2 Leonard Avenue. Telephone, Haymarket 2236. James 0. Hill &amp; William J. Greene Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law. LYCEUM BUILDING, HARVARD SQUARE William J. Greene, Ball Com...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
PrintinQ J. FRANK FACEY 36 Prospect Street, Cambridge. Allied Printing Trades Council Label Telephone 1265-3. BUY THE SENTINEL OF D. B, Shaughnessy &amp; Son BOOK STORE Newspapers, Stationery, Periodicals, Etc., Etc. 278 CAMBRIDGE STRBET (Opn. lustitute lluildingl BAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Subscriptions for all Magazines and Papers. varTetystore 32 PROSPECT STREET. GIVES GOOD VALUES SAVES CAR FAKES TO BOSTON See Our Bargain Counter. GREEN- BE ER CO. M. DONOVAN, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER And Bedding Manufacturer. Dealer Id Braw and Iron Beds, Mattreftiea, Feathers, Furniture Coverings, and all kinds of Upholstering and Bedding Supplies. Couches and Morris Chairs made to order- Mattresses and Furniture repaired to look as good as new, 1224 Cambridge Stmt, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Near Prospect Street. Henry Brooks Davis. Alfred C. Coughlan. Henry Brooks Davis &amp; Co. Bankers and Brokers, 748 Massachusetts Aye., Cambridge. Prospect Union Building. Bonds and Stocks Bought and Sold on ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
j. Leo Mcdonald &amp; co. House Painting, Graining, Paper Hanging, Glazing, Interior Decorating. OFFICE,... 22 ELIOT STREET. Tel. Cambridge sit--- shop, ji church st W. 11. Holt* "Id Stand. CHKS, BTKINS flc CO. PAPER HANGERS, WHITENING, KALSOMIKINO, TINTING, WHITEWASHING. Exterior and Interior Decorating. Will Piper Moulding., Painting, Gluing, 40. 27-39 Prospect Street, CAMBRIDCEPORT. HJ-Uear Central So,. Tel. 772 3 ('ainbriUgs, H. J. SHAW, Successor to Miller &amp; Bbaw, Manufacturer of Portable Steam Hoisting Engines, Hammers, Nippe-s. etc., for i'lle Driving; Dolts, Trusses, and other Iron Work foi llridges and Buildings. MACHINERY FOR HOISTING ICE, Hydraulic Presses and t.eneral Machinery. Special attention paid to Machine and Automobile Repalrine. Cor. Sixth Street and Broadway, Cambrldgeport, Mass. E. J. DUNPHY Dealer in Watches.Clocks, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Optical Goods, Special attention given to Fine Watch, Clock ana Jewelry Repairing. Eye* Tested...
CITY GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
CITY GOVERNMENT li«'s|)it9 tin* stormy we.ithir there wne I very good atteuds.net of spaobtton ai the lncctlni' of tlie beard "f aldermen on Tui'Silny evening. Tlie innyoi' recommended Unit the (tiJT.7BB.4V, which tras (leinanilt'd of the city iK'iisiii'i'i !&gt;y tin* eoiimioiiweiilth. tills liclng one-h.ilf of the exiii'iwe In cldent to the InvcHtlgntlon and preparation for the Charles River duui. be p.ilil liy the Issuing of if:m,ooi&gt; bonds. Pii»»pi| uniler suspension of the nil *s I'lilllp D. Sharpie* was niiiulnuted for iiiKiii'ctiii' of milk .-iiid vinegar. Laid over for one week. Thomas P. Tracy was unanimously confirmed as Kiiperlntendeiit of public buildings. Alili'niiiiii l..ikc prcsciiiisl nn order asking thai the legislature be petl- - tinned for an net authorizing the'establishment of a police commission. Alderman Barry moved that tbe matter lie referred to the committee on legislative affairs. 'Alderman Lake wanted a suspension of tlie rules so tlnil...
COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
COMMON COUNCIL. The common council came to order at 8,23, President Steams in the chair. Councilman Heardon lielng absent. The only discussion of the evening was over Councilman Nelllgan's order directing the Muyor to Instruct the chief of police to enforce the ordnance in regard to salt on the street car tracks. Couuciltueii Nelllgan and Monks spoke several times In favor of the same and it was dually adopted. 'I'ln' usual routine business from the board Of aldermen was transuded. The committee on nuance reported an order making an additional appropriation of $00 for the electrical department salaries: also an order appropriating $1,000 additional for the street department, street cleaning and $60 for salaries: Adopted. The committee on fire department reported ought not to puss on the order of Councilman Monks In regard to the chief engineer discontinuing the practice of allowlng'nayß off to permanent men during bad going. Adopted. The same committee reported that the orders reque...
MEGANSETT CLUB BALL [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
MEGANSETT CLUB BALL Institute hall was crowded last evening, the cause of it being the first grand hall of the Megausctt chili. The dancing was under the direction of lloor director, Frederick 11. Burke; assistant. Kdward F. Hurler; chief or aliis. William X. f'otTey; aids. Paul 11. Burke. Joseph .7. Crowley, Jolin T. ItuTlock. Daniel 11. Quiim. Wiarles 11. fJnr vln, James J. Delaney, John Kelley. JtniKs A. Fitzgerald James I.Cuminliigs. Kdward F. Hclanev, Joseph F. Sullivan. Daniel II Levlt. Thoinns 11. M.-ihoncy. William WesthotT. Charles Lindner, Daniel T. Coffey, Horace S. .lackman, Frank Harnett nnd Walter H. Hurley. To the following the entire success of tlie hall Is due: Fred 11. Hurko, Kdward I. Hurley, .Innies .1. Delaney. Paul H. Iturke, William X. I'otTey, Joseph F. Sullivan. Daniel 11. 1-evlt, Joseph J. Crowley, James X. Kelley, Daniel H. ijiilnn. Thomas 11. Mnlioney, John T. Bullock, Maurice Heardon. William M. Weslhofr, William F. Drea. Chnrles It. tjnrvln. Daniel 11. ...
WORKMEN'S S. AND D. BENEFIT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
WORKMEN'S S. AND D. BENEFIT FUND. Tlie sixth grand social of Branch HI. Workmen's Sick and Dentil Benefit fund, which took place In Prosliect linll on Friday evening of last week, wns n decided success 111 every particular. The hall was crowded with the members of the order nnd their friends, who thoroughly enjoyed themselves and a very handsome sum was added to the benefit funds of the order ns n result. Tills organization Is a most worthy one nnd pnys to Its members nine dollars lier week for forty weeks nnd tho additional attendance of a physician Is also furnished. For forty weeks additional, the member Is given n further ensh lieneflt, making eighty weeks In all thnt he la entitled to benefit In ense of illness which may extend over flint period. At death n member's family Is given the sum of $250. The membership In this city already amounts to between two and three hundred.
LADIES' NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Sentinel — 30 January 1904
LADIES' NIGHT. The Grocery and Provision Clerk's union, R. C 1. V. A., local 810, held their first ladles' night in Rhodes hall, Wednesday evening. The committee In charge were Harry fioodnll, chairnuin; John Carr, T. McCarthy, C. I. Smith, M. J. Murphy. P. Dwyer, P. Vales, C. Jelllson, J. P. Klf/.patrlck and X. Webber. During Ihe evening addresses were made by State President John J. Tobln of Boston union. 100, State Organizer William T. Qiilnu and Councilman Harry P. Joel. An excellent entertainment was given by Halllilny and Hi ley, Prank and Maggie Dornian, Bert Blalsdell, William Hanlon, George James Travas, Edith English. John Koy, Edward Barrett nnd Seanlon and Roach.