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18 September 1877
TWELFTH WARD REPUBLICANS
New Members Added to the Roll- A Resolution Indorsing President HAYES' Civil
Service Order Tabled - Resignations of Officeholders
The Twelfth Wars Republican Association held a stated meeting last evening
at Hoffman's Hall, 376 Van Brunt street,
Daniel O'NEIL, President, in the chair;
Robert DEMERS, Secretary pro tem.
The Investigating Committee,through its Chairman, Patrick FARRELL,
reported favorably upon the following
named persons proposed for membership. The report was accepted and adopted,
and the names were ordered to be entered on the roll:
Thomas RILEY, No. 128 Williams street;
Wm. MORRISON, No. 483 Smith street;
Robert DAGAN, No. 364 Van Brunt street;
Peter ANDERSON, No. 84 Partition street;
Richard CARROLL, --- Columbia street;
William ZIMMERMAN, No. 102 Partition street;
Andrew SCHOEPLER, No. 314 Van Brunt street;
Edward RAMSEY, No. 136 Dikeman street;
Thos. O' HARA,
Edward ROONEY and Thomas KANE.
MEETING OF FIFTH WARD REPUBLICANS
A largely attended meeting of the Fifth Ward Republican Association was held
last evening at No. 154 High Street, the Vice President, Mr. George
BROOKSBANK, in the chair and Mr. George T. MORAN discharging the duties of
The following persons applied for membership in the Association:
John FARRELL, 269 Front street;
D. R. PENDERGAST, 272 Front street;
H. B.WILDMAN and John R. BURNETT, 166 Sands street.
Mr. John CALLAS, Chairman of the Finance Committee, reported that the rent
was all paid up and a small balance in the treasury.
Resignations were received from the following persons: John ELLARD, Peter
J. MCNALLY, John G. NOONAN, Charles R. PHILLIPS, Thaddeus SKELTON, Edward
MCINTYRE, and George W. SHANLEY.
SEVENTH WARD REPUBLICANS - PREPARING FOR THE PRIMARY AND THE FALL CAMPAIGN
A meeting of the Seventh Ward Republican Association was held last evening
at MCKNIGHT'S Hall, in Classon avenue, near Myrtle avenue, Mr. Peter MILNE
in the chair, and Mr. Matthew FARRELL discharging the duties of Secretary.
The following persons made application for membership:
F. C. SEABURY, 414 Grand avenue;
John S. HURLIN, 304 Greene avenue;
R. W. WEBB, 131 Washington avenue;
Jacob F. COLE, 395 Grand avenue;
Thomas H. COLE, 3895 Grand avenue;
J. P. EASTMAN, 81 Ryerson street;
William E. AUSTIN, 84 Ryerson, street;
B. MCMAHON, 52 Park avenue;
Charles RICHARD, 315 Park avenue;
J. CORRIGAN, 160 Ryerson street;
William COLE, Park avenue and Ryerson;
P. MCMAHON, 52 Park avenue;
Thomas HAYES, 89 Graham street;
George B. HUNT, 473 Lafayette avenue;
James ROBERTS 205 Ryerson street.
The resignation of Ruloff VAN BRUNT was read and accepted.
25 September 1877
TWELTH WARD REPUBLICANS
A Large Number of Applications for Membership - A Clergyman among the
Number - Resignations Accepted
A regular monthly meeting of the Twentieth Ward Republican Association
was held last evening at the Cumberland street Chapel. President
BELCHER being absent, Mr. John A. NICHOLS was called to the chair, with
Mr. C. A. BARROW discharging the duties of Secretary.
The following made application for membership:
Webster R. WALKLEY, 233 Clermont avenue;
Jacob Schaffer, 89 Clermont avenue;
Chas. S. ARMSTRONG, 7 Gates avenue;
John L. MITCHELL, 39 Greene avenue;
Thomas H. MITCHELL, 39 Greene avenue;
Thomas J. TILNEY, 310 Clermont avenue;
Wm. B. WADSWORTH, 353 Clinton avenue;
Marshall T. DAVIDSON, 191 Clinton avenue;
Edward W. POTTER, 191 Clinton avenue;
Royce PIERSON, 261 Cumberland street;
Daniel BUHRS, 416 Clinton avenue;
Samuel NORRIS, 819 Carlton avenue;
Charles W. BROWN, 293 Adelphi street;
James C. SWEENEY, 523 Waverly avenue;
Theo. GROTE, 7 Gates avenue;
William BAKER 425 Waverly avenue;
William H. BAKER, 425 Waverly avenue;
James C. ANDREWS, 171 Carlton avenue;
William C. WALLACE, 451 Clinton avenue;
Isaac SHEPARD, 408 Clermont avenue;
James LOGAN, 468 Washington avenue;
William DALLON 498 Clermont avenue;
George CREIGHTON, 498 Clermont avenue;
Washington LOWDEN, 350 Clermont avenue;
Henry SHEPARD, 498 Clermont avenue; John
T. COOPER, 111 Clermont avenue;
M. J. DOWD, Atlantic and Clermont avenues;
James PRENDERGAST, Vanderbilt avenue;
James M. PUY, 116 Cumberland street;
William A. MCKENZIE, 175 Park avenue;
P. MALLIN, 32 Carlton avenue;
James N. SMITH, 265 Clinton avenue;
M. BRIDGMAN, 217 De Kalb avenue;
Herbert E. BELL, 255 Cumberland street;
Rev. E. J. HAYNES, 446 Washington avenue;
William R. WOODWARD, 295 Clinton avenue;
William BARKER, 122 Adelphi street;
John SETON, 329 Myrtle avenue;
David H. HAWKINS, 857 Fulton street;
Henry M. HAGER, 173 Waverly avenue;
W L. G. WILTSE, 671 Atlantic;
John D. FISH, 163 Oxford;
William J. KENT, 718 Fulton;
William TALFORD, 130 Cumberland;
Henry HEINBUCKEL, 153 North Oxford;
John W. ORTIZ, 83 Vanderbilt;
Fred. W. COBB, 130 Carlton;
John F. NICHOLS, 437 Clinton;
Clarence W. MONTGOMERY, 245 Adelphi;
John KEHOE, 48 Flushing;
P. WOODS, 44 Flushing;
C. QUINN, 40 Flushing;
P. HERON, 12 Vanderbilt;
J. HERON, 48 Flushing;
P. DEGNAN, 46 Flushing;
Samuel M. PARKER, 236 Washington;
C. M. DAY, 258 Clermont;
A. A. DAY, 269 Clermont;
J. H. COMBS, 91 Carlton;
T. MCSHANE, 10 Carlton;
A. A. HODGKINSON, 287 Cumberland;
J. R. SHAW, 479 Waverly;
L. KERRIGAN, Jr., 114 Washington;
J. GALLAGHER, 14 Flushing;
M. TOOLE, 46 Flushing.
Mr. Henderson BENEDICT moved that when the Association adjourn, it
adjourn to meet Monday evening to receive the report of the
Investigating Committee and transact any other business that might
Messrs. J. WOOD ELDRIDGE, C.C. DUNCAN, F. C. DUNCAN, George F. DUNCAN,
Wm. H. MILGATE and G. F. LINQUIST sent in their resignations in
obedience to the President's Civil Service order. Mr. Ed SCHENCK sent in
his resignation on account of removal from the Ward.
On motion all resignations were accepted without debate or opposition.
The meeting on motion then adjourned.
Fifth Ward Republicans.
A regular monthly meeting of the Fifth Ward Republican Association was held
last evening at No. 154 High Street.
Mr. S. W. LAIDLER(?) presided, and
Mr. Rudolph AUERBACH discharged the duties of Secretary.
Messrs. Jesse and Joseph WILLIAMS,
Thomas SATCHELL were reported moved out of the Ward.
Mr. James CARPENTER of No. 106 Duffield Street, presented himself for membership.
Mr. A. GARDNER alluded to the conduct at the previous meeting of Mr. John
J. KELLY, and preferred charges against him of "disorderly and improper
conduct unbecoming a member."
Mr. FLYNN moved that a committee be appointed to investigate the case, and
the motion being carried, the Chairman appointed as such committee
MURPHY, and MORAN.
Mr. KELLY expressed himself satisfied with the selection.
The meeting then adjourned.
12 February 1878
Seventh Ward Republican Association
The Seventh Ward Republican Association held its regular monthly meeting
last evening at McKnight’s Hall, Classon, near Myrtle avenue, Thomas
FITCHIE, President, in the chair and M. B. FARRELL, secretary.
The following named gentlemen were prepared for membership:
H. A. LITCHFIELD
F. B. LITCHFIELD
E. S. CHAPIN
Charles C. FIGEL
Zeno C. WATERBURY
C. H. SKELTON
Henry C. NILES
Geo. S. JAMES
M. F. KNUDSON
Horace J. SELLECK.
On motion the names were referred to the Investigating Committee
[can’t read] THAYER Chairman of the Investigating Committee reported
favorable upon the following and whose names were placed on the roll:
John WARD, No. 19 Hall street
Robert THOMPSON, No. 265 Greene avenue
Thomas COLLINS, No. 31 Quincy street
James CONDON, No. 101 Graham avenue
Clark B. HOTCKISS, No. 328 Classon avenue
Horace C. HOTCKISS, No. 27 Cambridge place
Jeremiah V. MESSEROLE, No. 226 Gates avenue
Gaylord WATSON, No. 398 Grand avenue
Chas,. H. Otis, No. 358 Grand avenue
Edward INGLIS, No., 92 Franklin avenue
James CONNOLLY, No. 289 Graham street.
The meeting then adjourned.
5 July 1907
Members of the Old Log Cabin Republican Club of the Fifteenth Assembly
District and their friends enjoyed a thoroughly successful evening picnic
on Wednesday evening at Frenz's Jackson Avenue Park, Jackson and Skillman
avenues,Long Island City. This was the third annual affair of the organization,
and the attendance was a feature. It seemed that the whole district took part
in the picnic.
The officers of The Old Log Cabin Club are;
Edward S. STUBBERT, president;
Chas. HILLEBRAND, vice president;
Arthur HOWARD, financial secretary;
Frederick C. SYMONDS, treasurer;
Edward R. ROSS, secretary;
Louis MEYER, sergeant-at-arms,
James O"DONNELL, assistant sergeant-at-arms.
The headquarters of the club are at 201 Franklin street.
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