"...of SOT 000 to Harvard BOSTOS Jan Since the death of Commodore William V Weld the facts concerning n munificent gift made by him to Harvard university have come out Tho of tho gift Is It was Given to found ... St Elmo for passing a forged chock for on H E of this is Charles O De- courcey who was discharged from Jlaine prison after serving n sentence of five years lu court he pleaded not and was held ... was unsuspecting husband know killed by Benjamin But soon the actions of tho wife Wedger the proprietor was to tbe Lho and boarder attracted the of the llevo nothing finally tlic reports became BO common but wna ... by of division fi charged with forming a criminal operation upon who Is said to have resided I and from the effects of tbo operation the girl died In a private ..."
"...and descriptions all were, at frequent intervals, by hearty ap plause, _ liOSa TO YACHTtWO OIBOLES. Death of William W. W�ld, tho Brook-line Millionnaire. William F.Weld, the millionnaire, died at his home ... nationality as her quaint, broken English and dusky complexion. Her dramatic description of the death of the hull, which she pictured as "a couquered hero dyintr like a hero," was rewarded, as her poses ... in Bropkline Sunday nlsrht after a brief illness. He was taken ill just a week before with a disease of the throat. It developed very raoidly into a case ot violent diphtheria, and tracheotomy was found ... necessary, the tube belns inserted �in tho wiudptpa Thursday. Tills, however, did not save .him. Ho was..."
"...;libor. William F. Weld, the milllonnalre, died at his home in Brookline at' 9.30 last night after a brief illness. Mr. Weld was talcen ill jDst one week ago yesterday.with a dLwase of the throat: It developed very ... ,325 Prohibitionist.......................... 1424 PopullBt.............................. . 44 aoattsrins WilliamFletcherWeld was born In Boston, Feb. 21,1855, and came from ggod old Massachusetts stock. His ... the certiUcates to Washing- BRAVE YACHMAN GONE. Wealthy William F. Weld - Dies at Brookline. Owned the Gitana, and Ocloiiscd to the Hull and Eastern Clnbs. Good Entertainer, Well-known Athlete, Fine Friend and Neie ... father was ..."
"...Kemsins of Brookline UilUonnalre. The funeral of William F. Weld, the Brookliuo millionnaire, who died at his home last Sunday niofht, was hold at Forest Hills chapel, at 2 o'clock this afternoon ... Past eiand warden. After the installation coffee and cake was partaken of. PliEA JOB WIIjIiLAM OCT. Commutation of the Death Bentenoe Asked of the Governor. The petitioners to have the ^eath sen tence ... tine a death sentence for murdering John Whalen on Autr. 30, 1891, � � Coy was married, and lived on a farm. in Washington, in the Western part ot the State. Whalen lived with them. Coy ... of Alcoholism...... 2S SucceasCuUy treated..................210 301 Ratio of lapses per 100 for tvhole number treated................................8.21 Not one has been lost by..."
and One Citizens.
Mr. William F. Weld, oho of tlie most wealthy citizens of Brookline and of international reput ition as a yachtsman, died on Sunday night at his home ou Goddard avenue ... are heard the intentions of righting the dead one’s wrongs and a 'brother’s determination to meet the man face to face aud have him tell what he knows.
WILLIAM F. WELD DEAD.
Famous Yachtsman Brookline ... .
Mr. Weld was a grandson of William F. Weld and a sou of William G. Weld, now of Newport, R. I., and from his grandfather lie inherited his wealth, which is valued at several millions, lie was born ... .
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"...the number of moths killed during the past year and what the piosnocts .ire of extorminatliie them from the State altogether. Tho followino: is an abstract: In presenlirip thereportof thofrypsy moth department ... appointed a committee to attend the nnnnal meeting ot M. E. A. A, A. to be held next month, TESTIMONIAL TO HIS WORTH. Action Taken by tho Suffolk Club on the Death of Hon. Leopold Morse-Election of Offic ... to draft resolutions on tho death of the late Hon. Leopold Mor-e: HT. n II A,Unn OLarlBS H.-TaTlOt Doherty of Cambridge Is Beaten by Cattanach. Batt: Was Uiijer ABSBte III lie letrople Clnl ... and desired to make a statement, but tbe President deemed a statement.not in order at this time. The mayor reappointed George 8. Saunders, and appointed Dr. H. A. Chase In Place of ,Iohn F. O'Brien, as cemetery ... notljo of tho r�oont..."