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Mayor's Message to the Common Council, of the City of Portsmouth...June 30, 1892

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10 TREASURERS REPORT. -CONTINUCD [Continued]. Amount brought forward............................$ 19,066 23 $3,000 in Paving Redemption Bonds issued at $1.02 1/2................................................ 3,075 00 $2,000 in Paving Redemption Bonds issued at $1.03....................................................... 2,060 00 $9,500 in Paving Redemption Bonds issued at $1.00 11-100............................................ 9,510 45

Total Receipts, Interest, Bonds and Premium on Bonds......................... ...........................$ 33,711 68 $33,711 68

EXPENDITURES Street Department...... ........... ......... ...........$ 4,908 79 Police Department ........................................ 10,740 10 Fire Department ........................................... 7,040 34 Coupons (interest on bonds)......................... 38,421 88 Interest on Notes ........................................... 1,017 00 Public Property .............................................. 1,718 78 Alms house .................................................... 2,595 44 Cintingent ....................................................... 2,343 35 Board of Health .............................................. 4,660 60 Official Salaries .............................................. 9,635 49 Court Expenses .............................................. 4581 15 lamps and gas ................................................ 6856 15 Water .............................................................. 7568 58 Cemetery ........................................................ 271 41 Schools............................................................9,160 20

Total Actual expenses............................... .$ 111,519 68 $111,519 68

Jail Site for New Jail..................................$5,000 0 Plans and Specifications for same........... 804 62 5,804 62

New Cemetery...........................................$ 59 00 59 00 STREET Extension Disbursements Extension of Court Street, Condemnation of Land and Buildings: 2513 30 Sundry Accounts, engineering, &c............................................. 58,000 00 58,0000 00 Total Expenditures to June 30th 1892 .........................................180551 81 Balance on hand June 30th, 1892.................................................5038 06 Total Expenditures and Bal. to June 30th, '92 185,589 87 GENERAL PAYING ACCOUNT DISBURSEMENTS, Amount Disbursed from July 1st, 1891, to June 30th, 1892.........$ 10,300 00 Balance on hand June 30th, 1892.................................................$ 23,411 68 33,711 68 $ 33,711 68 Respectfully submitted, Jos. M Hatton, Treasurer.