Nassau County Review 19080117
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VOL. XIII FREEPOllT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1908 i The Village Board of Trustees will] We are informed that our correspon-1 Sunshine Society , The Committee on Assessments <if ' hold a re.£<ular meeting tbis Friday eve- j dent was overzealou.-^ in rejorting an ; y^j.^ p^ed E. Storv, 188 West Mer-'. the Board of Trade haa a hard task be- Single copies of the Review for sale ning. , informal gathering at Mr?. F. Mc- ^ick Road, has beeV appointed presi-,'fore it if it really starts to investi 7"- , . , r^ly"" « l''^t Sunday afternoon, which ,-jp,,j of the Freeport branch of the In A jiretty calendar has been received stated the guc.-ts "were entertained." ternational Sun.shine Society from the Freoport Hank with a picture I etc. ; that thi.s wa.-^ not a party at " • ^ . • of their new building as a prominent but an improniiitu supiier, to whi?h FREEPORT NEWS at I. DaSilva'.s, Oobetz'.s and the Re view Building. Rev. Joseph F. Colclough'of Deposit is expected to preach in the Prc.-byter- ian Church Sunday. The Epworth League will hold a business and .social meeting in the M. F], par.sonage Werkiesday evcniig. •f The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. Church will hidd a sewing meeting in the parsonage Wednesday afternoon. feature. The Wimian's Sodality of liie Church id' Our Holy Redeemer will liold a re¬ ception and euchre at the Imperial Ho¬ tel this Friday evening; tickets are now on sale; games will commence at 8::3(t. The cut of the new Frcej)ort school building in the last issue of tlie Re¬ view was furni.shed through the courtesy of the Brooklyn Daily Time.'*, to state whon fev/ fricntls had lieen invit^. Our corre'Jpondciit neglected to stiitfc lt,;;t Father Logu.' of the Ch^-ch V( Onr Holy Redeemer was al*> pi^sent. pate property assessments. They will Since the organization of the Lra.kh ^'"^^ t"^°P'^ ^^''^" '''^^ ^'''''•" they are in Ib'JT. Mr.-^. K. P. Ketcham has been ^^eing robbed, but will not .''ell their ;iresident and has eiuleavored, through pro} erty for five times what they are the v(>ry able co-oi.cration of the other oflicers and the individual inembeis, to scatter sunshine in some of the dark '1 here's one gieat advantage in livin.i.,' corners of Freeport not reached by the Only a few copies of tho .January Ladies' Home Journal left. Nassau <'ounty Review Stationery Department. '• which we neglected printing the picture. The South Shore Concrete Co. has ¦ opened an oflice in the builidng ne.xt 1 Stephen I*. Pettit, Roland .VI. Lamb, door to the hardwaie store of Ro.ss & Stephen W. Hunt, Isaac W. Miller and within a ladiiJs of tive miles from the junction of Main and Church St.-;. Chas. P. Smith's ad in this issue tells what the advantage is. It. The annual meeting of the F'reeport Club, for the election of officers and the tran.-action of other routine bu.si¬ ness was held Mondiiy evening, when the following officers weio unanimous¬ ly elected: I'resident. John 1). Cun¬ ning; vice-president, jFivti Hart. Jr.: secretary. J. Huvler Eillson ; ireasurer. various churches and b(.iievvdent or¬ gan izations of tho village. Not a great ileal of supimn has been given to the tive special (iepartments endorsed by the Siaichei'ii Divi.-.ion of New York State I. S. S., during the jiast three years, because r!ie energy and funds were neeiled in and near Free- port. The special tiepartments for the .southern divisit ii are the ¦ Sunshine Home for Blind Babies.' Sunshine I'hristmas Tree .Association, h'rcsh Air assessc'.!; many tif them will not for si.x or seven times the amount; they will tind people who will kick because the assessors liave almost doubled their assessments, when they might almost be doubled again; and they will be grey haired with worry before they can an ivc at a satisfactory solution of this inaller of assessments--one which will suit everybody, or < wiil suit any dozen persons interested. We thiid'; tl.at if anyone is really as¬ sessed out of proportion to his neighbor NO. BELLMORE building a new 2B- George Smith i foot launch. Wm. Fanshaw is spending several days in New York. Sainuel Fleet has returned to Bell¬ more after a five months' absence. Mr. and Mrs. Peter lately been visited by a bov. Neumann have Mr. Stork--itjl the Freeport Athletic Club grounds, and have associated themselves as the Freeporl Amusetnent Co., to coniiuct i various athletic s[ oris on the grounds until the lease expires. Randall. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of The Freeport Biuik Tuesday evening the present directors were all j re-elected. I Miss Carrie L. Cornelius ei Hemp-; stead is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Cornelius, Grand Avenue. The N. S. I). C. will hold !K.regular ' meeting next Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Willitun T. Raynor, Bergen Place. New Magazines received ths week at the Review Stationery Store, G2 S. Main St: Motor Boat. Argosy, Ain- slec's. Short Stories. The ladies of the Church of the Transfiguration will hold a New Eng¬ land Dinner on the eve of Valentine's Day, Feb. 13, at 7 p. in. at the Crystal Lake Cottage. ' I State Insnectat of Schools W. W. Tickets are now on sale for the an-^ £jy(;,.yyt. visitecFthe schools the last nual dinner of the Freeport Club to be . f^.^, days before the Christinas vaca¬ tion. As a result of his visit class G. Bennett Smith now hold the lea.se of'Ernest S. Randall; directors to serve Misplaced charity we think it is to help old the man with tottering steps and grey hair who goes around asking for money to get to "his brother in Hempstead,." While he is \n>ov and probably unable to sufiport himself the money given him goes not as he j,re- tends but to satisfy his overpowering desire for strong drink. School Notes Walter Sheard has re-entered High school, having been out since last June., The mid-year State Regent's exam- , inations are to be held in the High j School during the week c^f January 27 : to February 'd. Schedules of the work I can be seen at the school. two years, H. P. Libby. David Suther- 1 land, Jr., Werner .N'ygrcn, and Heftrj' ¦ L. Maxson. O. J. Teeple and E. J. j Cartwright acted as tellers, aid in the ! absence of the presideni. .Mr. Dea;!. I Thomas .S))roull presided. The treasurer's report showed a neat I balance with all expenses paid, and $600 i-aid on mortgage. The report of the Entertainment Committee showed that they had been busy during the year, furnishing four Ladies' Nitrht entertainments and one "complimentary entertainniitit" by courtesy of Alonzo Foster; also held eight euchres and one ciitertainment. Work, Sunshine Life_Saving Work and. and will call the attention of the as- the Sunshine Hospital Dtp:irtment. ^^.^^^^^^ ^^, ^^^^ ,^,,^^^,. ^js comidaint Storv will reteive anv i;ontribu- .,, , , , , , , .,. • f "Sanshiiie" in anv'form; :„.d ¦ v. >U beheedod'. be may i-«t get hi.-.Vwn Hiram G. Bloomer has returned from a week's trip to Bridgeport, Connecticut. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woltinan of which B-'ooklyn are spending a week with Mr. Win. Van Seht. A Leaji Yetir pit ture service will be given in the Presbyterian I'burch Sun¬ day evening next, when the topic will be "How to ('hocse a Husband." ,. Mr lirin will "pass it on" with (juiet, tactful s_\!iip:ithy. and all ;ipplicati;ins for Sun¬ shine will be received and acted U])on as promptly and quietly as po.ssible. The Sunshii'.e Bulletin is the only Itublication of the I. .S. S. and every memiior of every brtiiich should be a subscriber. Freejiort subscrijitions may be sent to Mrs. Ciiarles W. Be¬ dell, -North Main Street, and the price is fifty cents per year. The following warning is sent ou on I. S. .S. letter heads and the BuUe- propcrty sat is far L raised. duced but he may have of gett ing his lit'ighb the BALDWIN Wai has vcmovtMl to .\ large i.umber of friends gathered with Mr. and .Mrs. l.eander Brown on Tuesday evening for the christening of their two cliildren, Samuel Nicholas and Emily ,\ugusta Brown, by Rev. Thonias S. Braithwaite of Wantagh. Announcement is niaiie of the mar¬ riage of George A. Baldwin of this j place to Miss Lizzie Callan of Amity- .Mrs. Wm. Brooklyn. ville, formerly of this place, the mar- Mrs. A. Zarsky was taken to Nassau i ^iage having' taken place on Sunday, Hosytital on Monday. j January .^), at the home of the bride's parents in Amityville. The happy held Jan. 29. A Brooklyn caterer has been engaged, with a good entertain¬ ment promised. Now is a good time to look over your stock of printing after the hididaysand order what you need. VVe can handle any work promptly. Nassau County Beview, Kevicw Building. note books in chemistry, physics, bi¬ ology, botany, zoology, and jihysiolcgy are to be accepted on a scale of 20 credits on examinations. During the year tliree honorary ai.d tin: "The International Sunshine fifteen active ineinbers have been re- Society does not send out solicitors for eeived. money from the general public. If an Mr. Gunning in accepting the office appeal is made, members will please called attention to the work his pre- bear in mind that such work is cared decessor had done for the upbuilding ' ior through headquarters and^ranches of the Club, and said he did not know and if a uerson claiming to represent Miss Ethel Cook has returnetl from Nassau Hospital. of a man in the community more be¬ loved than Mr. Dean; he said he would try to make the coming year one of prosperity for the club and askeil the support of all the members in making this a banner yea»*. The other oflicers present made ac International Sunshine cannot show proiier credentials from branch or State president, members may know tliat he tir she does n<it belcng to the International Sunshine Society." Dr. Ketcham is a member of the Ad¬ visory Board ofthe International Sun- Fred Southard and fapiily have re¬ moved to New Ycrk for the winter. The Baldwin-Millburn Cycle Club are planning te have a four-hour race on Washington's Birthday. The Ladies' Aid Department of the M. E. Church met wit Mrs. E. T. Southard on Tuesday afternoon. Martha Stutzke, eighteen-year-old \oung couple will residt Avenue, this village. on Bedford WANTAGH The Ladies' Aid Society met with Mrs. John H. Davison Wedneaday af¬ ternoon. The Society of King's Daughters is arranging for an entertainment for. some time in February. Charles Russell of Bellmore " haa ceptance speeches. Mr. Dean has been shine Society and both he and tlie ex- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F'erdinand i started clearing a tract of land in Sea- president of the club for a long time president of the Freeport branch most Stutzke, died at her home on Wednes for a business trifi, with friends, to New Mexico, and will be absent aboul The first basket ball tcmi will play : at the courts of Poly Preii, Brooklyn, i Saturday morning at Id.'dd. They sre ,r ,. ,, , , , , .. , ' booked to meet Polv's second team. liev. K. P. Ketcham started Monday w^^j^ ^^^^^, ^,^,,^,,, ^^ ;^.^.„ attended by , our students to encourage the iilayers to ,, ,. , ... , . 1 do their best. Freeport has been very five weeks Mrs Ketcham will be ni | ^^^.^.^^^^f^,, ;„ ^^.^^^^^ ball tbis season so Boon ton, hr. J., during his asence. ^ ^^^^ ^^.^,y^^^^ ^^^„ ^ majority of the ... ,, ,, ,, , ... . I games played. The second team has Miss Bowena Helland entertained... r i - i ¦ . . n 1 i. 1 1 also been succcsslul m haviig won two a party of young people nt her home i i i r,, • • .. ¦ ,,,' . "^ , -A 1 . i games already. Ihis is n fin.; reco.-d Wednesday evening. A very pleasant 7 , , -f i II II /I . uovs. Keep It up. evening was enjoyed by all. Games ' - ' ' ' were plaved and inui-ic rendered bv Mr. ,^ , , ,.,,,.. , Sully and Miss Helland. " 'f^'^'^^'f,''h" '-"''^ ^'*''l'^ ^V-^'^' ^''\ ''' l''^>: .which will be given by the students of Dr. Witmer announces change of! the High School under the au.sjiices of ofiice hours as follows: 8 to 10 a. m. the Student stall'. The play, a three- 2 to 4 p. m. 7lo8p. m. tf. act comedy entitled " Bachelor's Hall," ! promises to eclipse the play given last The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. Lvear, in wit and humor. Members who E. Church has elected the following ; will take part are Myrtle Fisher, Flor- oflicers for the ensuing >ear: Presi-, ence Stiles, Norma Sammons, Ada dent, Mrs. C. G. Hill; first vice-pres.. Christians, Harold Kropp, Harry Bet- Mrs. W. E. Golder; second vice-pre-!., ' zig, James Stiles, Melbourne Kasten- Miss Hattie R. Smiih; .secretary, Mrs. ; huber. Fjaink Pitcher, Vernon Colyer, Fred Wright; treasurer, Mrs. O. W. Stephen Story and Carroll CJunning. Humphrey. A second basket ball team was or- The Church of the Transliguration, ganized a short time ago by the young- Pine Street and Long Beach Avenue, ' er members (;f the High School who Rev. I'elham St. George Bissell, M. '< were enthusiasts of the game. The A., K. G., rector; Eiiward S. I'eb- first game butt, organist and choirmaster, will here last Friday, with the second team give the usutil monthly musical ser- of Hemnstead High School. Our boys vice, at 7 :oO p. in., Sunday, January outclassed the visitors at nearly every 26. The special soloist for this occa- point of the game, winning hamisomely sion will be Master D. .Mcllrido, so- by the score of 1(5 to 2. On Wednesday, prano soloi.^t of Graden City Cathedral. : Freeport v;ith a small chiinge in the heartily thank the members for their co-operation in the past and v,i;-h for the branch the sunniest future. ROCKVILLE CENTRE and while his absence wiil be regretted the C'lub is to be congratulated upon the choice made by the nominating connnittee in securing his succe^ssor. Mr. Dean is row in Texas. A committej \ as ippointed to draw suitable resolutions to prcsert to .Mr. '. A meeting of the Village B.iard of Dean as an expression of the apprecia- .Trustees will be held on Tuesday night, tion of the Club for his earnest woik for ils ujibuikling. ,Storm Fierce at Freeport The worst rain iUul wisid.storm of the winter raged along the south side of Long Island Saturday night atul Sun¬ day morni.ig, ard was felt witb par¬ ticular severity in this vicinity. The wind blew a gale and the rain was driv¬ en "in sheets. The gale broke ilown the frame of a new house wbich Ed¬ wards Brothers were building in Rus¬ sell Park, and several other structures in course of erection were damtiged. Botits in Freeport River, Woodcleft channel and other waterways were tossed about and some cast up on i.hore, having broken away from their moor¬ ings. Point Lookout Beach wliiih has been "Life," will be the lesson sermon at th.e Christian Science Church on Sun¬ day next, and the (iolden Text will be "Why seek ye tiie living among the liead'.'". Luke 24:.'3; John 1 :7:^. At a meeting of Rockville Centre Lodire, No. 27lt, I. O. O. F., htdd on Wednesday night last the following officers were installed for the ensuing term: N. G., Melville L. DeUonde; V. G., Ellsworth De.Mott; R. S., Charles G. Weber; Tr., J. Anthony ; Bassett; F. S., Richard Van Wicklen, !jr.; W., Thomas H. Jackson; I. G.. Frank C. Martens; O. G., John P. ^Meeker; R. S. N. (J.. Freeman E. Gag- , er; L. S. N. G., Fred C. Hyer; R. S. j V. G., Wilbur H. Mannering; L. S. V. G., Walter V. Dibble; R. S. S., An- day morning of blood poisoning. . Dr. Geo. G. Kelly, V. S., is still with the Freeport Veterinary Hospital at 7d North Main St.. tel. L^.l-L-l; spa¬ vins, curbs and splints treated while the animal works. .•\ hirge number from this villatie at¬ tended the melodrama "The Child of the Mines," presented at Lyceum Hall, Lynbrook. by the Orville .Stock Co. Wm. Simmons \of this village is manager of the company and both Mr. ard Mrs. Simmons took prominent parts in the play. man's (jrove for a cottage for William IL Seaman. EAST ROCKAWAY At the annual meeting of the Fire Department, held last week, the fol¬ lowing officers were elected for the en¬ suing year: Chief, H. B. Simons; as¬ sistant chief, John Settley; foreman Vigilant Engine Co., John Cammann; assistant foreman. Clark Smith; fore¬ man Protector Hook and Ladder Co., Melva Mott; assistant foreman, Louis ^ _ Minnicone; secretary. Rev. C.W. Har- considerably damaged by the storms of i dVew^ J.'Post; L. S. S., Gotleib Morris; denflorf; financial secretary. Lorenzo the fall and winter, escaped further j chaplain, Edward T. Neu. Smith ; treasurer, George Finley ; trus- devastation, as the storm came up on i ' - tee for three years, Walter E. Johnsor. low tide, so that tho ocean did not rise i The residence of Henry Hessler, Park beyond ordinary high-water mark, i and Lincoln Avenues, was entered last Had the storm swept in on high tide, | week, and jewelry, silverware, table it is likely the beach would have been and bed linen to the value of between $400 and ?500 was stolen. This is .Mr. ' oflicers were elected for Hessler's summer residence, and the year: Superintendent, All seats free. Everybody invitt.il. 1 The officers of Mystic Rebekah ¦ Lodiie, No. 29S cf I. O. O. F., were installed jn their ne.vly eL^rte.l offi "e.! on ThuLiday evening by District Dep utj^ i'rt'sident, Mrs. Abide H and stair of Mvst-ic Circle, Bebekah Lodge, of Oyster Bay, a.s follows: Noble Giand, Mrs. Alie Toombs; vice- grand, .Mrs' Sarah Fisher; recording seretary, Mr.s. Nettie Wallace; treas¬ urer, Mrs. Anna Patterson ; tin. secre¬ tary, Mr-;. Mamie Van Riper; wardcH, Mrs. (h istiiie McLean; conductor, ^^"rceport tea Mrs. Ada Sniith; outside guard, John 'had also made several baskets and fouls of the season was played : Hooded again and much damage done. The United States, whose life-sav¬ ing .station is in danger of going to sea from the high tides, intend to raise it up, so that tin: setis will break under it, attt! if this does not prove safe, will move tie buf?(iim^i astw ard. Freeport People with Weak Lun^s need Vicid. Many people inherit weak lungs court, which is an ! which are likely lo be attacked by ctm- one of the baskets At the annual meeting of the Sunday Sch<iol of the Bethany Congr'egational Church held last week, the following the ensuing William A. ine-up journeyed to Ilenipstctid to play return game. In the tirst btilf Hemji¬ stead hail the advanttige over us and ran up to twelve while we had but four points. Their etiv lo I'd one with Layton s^t between two raftnrs. is a puzzle to a team that his never pluyed there le- fore. After a sliort rest thescconl half commenced, and Frecport, having made a shift in t4ie line-up, played with . the power a dash and skill that changed the tide. ¦ eases. At the end of the game, after making 1 The rea.son that Vinol has such power tered al thu Knickerbocker aro Mrs. J. some brilliant shots, the total of the to heal and strengthen is because it M. Dempsey. Mrs. .\. M. Kane, Mrs. was 25. ' Hempstead contains in a highly concentrated form W. W. DeWoltT. Miss Hdzel Argista, all of the curative, medicinal and John M. Dempsey, Jr., Wm. Forger, sumptipn. So also are lungs weakened [^f,^.^^ \^.f^^ when by disease orby a stubborn hacking f^^ the seaijan. An examination of the other cottages thut are closed for house had been closed for the past few Simor.s; as.Mstant superintendent. Rev. months. On Saturday last it wa.s al- C. W. Hardeialorf; superintentient of so learned that the residence of Wil- primary department. Miss Phelie Car- Ham IL Holdsworth had also been en- man; .--ecretary, David S. Langdon; lered. but nothing of value had been assistant secretary, Augustus Morn- taken. At thif, house, it was found -son; treasurer. Miss Ella Carman; li- that the thieves had been making brarian, IL B.. Simons; pianist. Muss themselves at home fojc seme time, Harriet Curtis; assistant. Miss Lena having occupied the beds, and had also Cammann. The report of the officers eaten up all of the preserves that had show a very pro.sperous year. the licuse was closed The horse-sheds in the rear of the | Memorial Church were blown down and, J completely demolished by the gale onj! .Sunday morning last. We are glad to report that tliere is no-.j truth to the rumor concerning the dia-" afiyiearance of Harry Dunn, reported last week, as lii-i only disappearance ¦ was ;i little delay in returning home At the annual meeting ofthe Ladiea**- Aid Society held at the home of Mrs. Edgar Seaman last week, Mrs. A. Ew Hunt was elected president; Mrs. Johl T. (.Bowles and Mrs. Thomas S. Braith waite, vice-presidents ; Mrs. Thomas B^ Seaman treasurer and Miss Martha Sea¬ man .secretary. Warrim W. Southard, for long a re* ident of this place, died Monday mom« ing after but a few days' illness of grip. Deceased was (J!) years of agf and is survived by his wife, Harriet, . and two tons. Arthur D. and Frederick^ ¦ both of this plure. He was for many years a member of the Seaford M. B,J Church and was much respected for hfat Christian character. P'uneral service*>i were beld from bis late residence on Thur-^day afternoon. Rev. Samuel E».! Taft of the Seaford M. E. Church, and! Rev. Thonias S. Braithwaite of th*' Memorial (Church,ofliciating,and the iri* ferment v/hich followed was in Gr field Ctn.etei v. couch. No matter whit the cause, Vinol strengthens weak lunffs and gi\es one to throw otf wasting dis- the winter showed that they had rot been mole-.ted. The guests who have recently regis- which ran their score up to 24; our strength creating elements of cod liver Mr«. .M. Caullet, Jessie Forger, all of VALLEY oTREAM Mr. and Mrs. W. C. L'eMilt have left for the south on a gunning triii. There wa^ a large attendance at the public meeting held in Firemen's Hall on Wednesday night last, i» reference to thv cstablishnncnt of a Water Dis¬ trict. R. M. Dibble called the meet¬ ing to order, and explained the call. J. Dunbar; inside guard^^Mrs. Emma Mott; R. S. N. G.. Mra. Mancy Sinith; team winning by one poiiit, the score oil, actually taken from fresh cods* New York; EJwarii Hicks, Westbury; after which E. Van Buskirk was elect L. S. N. G., Mra. Josephine Bedell; of Hempstead being increase>l to that livers, with the useless, nauseating oil James Goodman. Mahoney, N. J.; ed Chairman, and Charlea McCrea, Sec- R. S. V. G., Mrs. Jennie. Hornbeck;i by the unavoidable mistake of one of eliminated and tonic iron added. George Goodman, Scranton, Pk.; retary. The matter Waa discussed at L. S. V. G.. Miss oLuisa DaSilva;;our players who threw a basket fori So sdre are we of what Vinol will d<» "Roxv," L. 1. R. R.; E. I.«slie Reeve, length, after which a committee was chaplain, Mra. EffieDunbar;sittingPaat I them. All of our tiam played a fast' that we ask every person in Freeport Mattituck ; Burton T. Bishop, C. A. : appointed to look into the matter fiilly, Grand, Annie E. Bedell. j game, encouraged by the excellent sufTering from weak lungs, stubborn Spedick. John H. McComack, Arthur; and report at the next meeting, which wjrk of Fred Lee, center, and Clinton ! hacking cougha or any wasting disease H. Burns, E. B. Van Deusen. Mr. and , will be held on Wednesday night of WANTED.—Woman for general; Story, forward. The officials were to try Vinol on our offer to return Mrs. Edward Walle, W. H. Budd, Grace}next week. From the expression houaework and small girl to mind thej Lawrence V'Lymen, referee, Hemp-j money if it fails. , B. Louden, Amityville; Hiram Smith. : given by those present, it appears that baby. Mother and daughter preferred, j stead, and Melbourne Kastenhuber, Thomas Johnston, Druggist. Free- S. J. DeMott, C. C. VanDeusen, Rock-, it is the unanimous opinion that a Brown. 28 Lena Avenue. ] umpire, Freeport port, N. Y. '^ j ville Centre. ' water district should be established. HEMPSTEAD John McLean has sold his lot aiiai the double house jutt erected by bim| thereon, on Hastings Place to Gustai D« ginring. A social and dance, under the picc.s of St. Jieorge's (juikl and ¦ Parish Hrnisc Cotnmitlce, will begh in St. Gt'irge's Parish Hou.se on day evenirg next, January 17. are deiightfjl social affairs. All invited. IntertsL is manifest in the Board i Trade meeting, to be held Wcdnc evening, January ir>, at which much-discussed gas question is agl to be raked over the coals of busfl sentiment and opinions witb a vl«W1 final settlement. The question of lar gas is to be brought up, and'Vf it is not applicable to Hempat«a4^ in other towns of its size. Al matter of local pubilc interest, taken \lp at th>s meeting, iatboi for appropriations for the pre| of a map and specifications for a plete aewerage system.
|Title||Nassau County Review 19080117|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19080117|
FREEPOllT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1908
i The Village Board of Trustees will] We are informed that our correspon-1 Sunshine Society , The Committee on Assessments