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Report of the Waterville & Fairfield Rallroad Company, for the

Year Ending September 30 1889.

Previous Year

GENERAL EXHIBIT FOR THE YEAR.
Total income.
Total expense, including taxes.
Net income...
Interest accrued during year.
Dividends doclared, 3 per cent.
Balance for the year, surplus

$11,621 75 10,463 82 1,167 93

500 83 600 00 57 10

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DESCRIPTION OF ROAD,

Provious Year.

Length of main line of road from Waterville to Fair

field..
Length of main line of road in Maine...........
Total length of road belonging to this company..
Aggregate length of track, computed as single track,
Same in Maine

Weight per yard, 30 lbs....
Total miles of road oporated by this oompany
Total miles of road operated by this company in Maine,
Number of stations in Maine on all roads operated by

this company..
Number of stations on all roads owned by this company,
Saine in Maine...

3.363 3.363 3.363 3.363 3.363 3.363 3.363 3.363

2.000 2.000 2.000

EQUIPMENT. Number of passengers cars owned..

LIST OF ACCIDENTS.

From causes From their own beyond their own misconduot

Total on whole control. or carelessness. Total in Maine. road operated. (In Maine ) (In Maine.) Killed. Injared. Killed. Injured. Killed. Injured. Killed Injured.

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STATEMENT OF EACH ACCIDENT IN MAINE. February 1889—Mrs. A. Frost injured by getting off car after it had started. Injuries said to be internal.

NAME AND RESIDENCE OF OFFICERS.
President-George W. Williams, Salem, Mass.
Superintendent— Benj. Cobb, Waterville, Me.
Treasurer - David J. Lord, Lynn, Mass.
Clerk of Corporation-E. F. Webb, Waterville, Mo.

Name and Residence of Directors Last ElectedGeorge W. Williams, Salem, Mass. Williard B. Ferguson, Salem, Mass William G. Barker, Salem, Masa. David J. Lord, Lynn, Mass. E. F. Webb, Waterville, Mo. Stephen I. Abbott, Waterville, Me. Amos F. Gerald, Fairfield, Me.

Proper Address of the Company-Waterville & Fairfield Railroad Company, Fairfield, Maino.

Report of the York Harbor & Beach Railroad Company, for the

Year Ending September 30 1889.

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Previous Year.

GENERAL EXHIBIT POR THE YEAR. $27,715 94 Total income ..... 18,966 99 Total expense, including taxes. 8,748 95 Net income....... 8,748 95 Balance for the year, surplus

Balance at commencement of year, surplus.. 3,115 99 Balance at commencement of year as so changed 11,864 94 Balance September 30 1889........

$31,357 64

19,590 28 11,767 36 11,767 36 11,864 94

23,632 30

ANALYSIS OF EARNINGS.
17,465 20 From local passengers .
4,367 1* Frow through passengers, to and from other roads
570 13 From express and extra baggage
391 31 Fron nails.......

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248 21

216 35 Income from all other sources, specifying samo
Rentals ..

$88 00
Telegraph...

160 21

27,715 94 Total income from all sources.....

31,357 64

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ANALYSIS OF EXPENSES.
18 34 Taxes
321 97 General salaries, office expenses, and miscellaneous...
4,420 72 Kepairs of road

9 18 Repairs of bridges
36 65 Repairs of buildings
256 98 Removing ice and snow
1,640 25 Repairs of locomotives, rent or mileage
2,281 89 Fuel, locomotive power.
1,834 27 Locomotive service ...

325 09

433 77 4,316 46

127 24 189 23 PROPERTY ACCOUNTS-CHARGES AND CREDITS DURING THE YEAR.

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116 9. Oil and waste. 1,095 30 Switcbmen, watchmen, flag and signal men..

20 00 Damages and gratuities to passengers...
1,198 4: Salaries, wages and incidentals of passenger trains...

775 27 Station supplies..
2,150 15 Salaries, wagos and incidentals of passenger stations,
1,347 97 Passenger-car mileage, debit balances.......

31 81 Train supplies

2 00 Damages and gratuities freight... 391 04 Salaries, wages and incidentals of freight trains 716 71 Salarios, wages and incidentals of freight stations.. 300 99 Freight-oar inileago, debit balances

59 20 1,640 90 2,836 47 1,685 72

111 52 1,092 00

1,178 52

355 55 2,258 99 1,404 61

35 27 2009 392 84 900 48 226 34

18,966 99 Total expenses....

19,590 28

$5,923 08

215 76 196 67 932 01

Previous Year.

$10,757 88 Grading and ina sonry.

1,255 70 Bridging
8,789 52 superstructure, including rails.
10,651 45 Land, land dainages and fences.....

Passenger and freight stations, wood-sheds and water-
9,697 67

stations ....
1,175 84 Engine-houses, car-sheds and turn-tables..

Engineering, agoncius, salaries and other expenses
3,183 63 during construction.

738 79

1,229 23

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BALANCE SHEET- LIABILITIES 201,300 00 Capital stock. ....... 99,766 65 Unfunded debt, as follows. Notes payable ..

$20,000 00 Vouchers and accounts.

88,387 10 11,864 94 Profit and loss balance, if surplus..

201,300 00 108,387 10

23,632 30

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2.64€ Number of season ticket passengers..
46,110 Vuinber of local passengers, including season

Number of through passengers, to and from other
10,299 roads ....

7,452 53,500

16,798

70,298

427,953

56,409 Total number of passengers..

Local passenger mileage, local passengors carried one
376,126 mile...

Through passenger mileage, through passengers car-
110,387 ried one mile.......
3,608 Number tons of local freight carried....

Number tons through freight carried, to and from other
940 roads ..

177,337

3,876

1,080

4,548 Total number tons freight carried

4,956

27,714

Local freight mileage, tons local freight carried one 18,950

mile...

Through freight mileage, tons through freight carried
6,785

one milo....
23 Average number of persons employed...

9,037

23 DESCRIPTION OF ROAD.

11.27 11.27 11.27

Previous Year.

11.27 Length of main line of road...
11.27 Length of main line of road in Maine......
11.27 Total length of road belonging to this company..

Aggregate length of sidings and other tracks not above
1.16 enumerated
1.15 Same in Maine...
12.42 Aggregate length of track, computed as single track,
11.45 Total length of steel rails in tracks.
11.27 Total miles of road operated by this company.

Total miles of road operated by this company in
11.27

Maine .....
Number of stations in Maine on all roads operated by
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this company.
4 Number same having telegraph offices .

Number of stations on all roads owned by this com-
6

pany
6 Samo in Maine....

1.15 1.16 12.49 11.27 11.27

11.27

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LIST OF ACCIDENTS.

From causes be-
yond their own

control.
(In Maine.)

From their own

misconduct or carelessness.

(in Maine )

Total in Maine.

Total on whole road operated.

Killed. Injured Killed. Injured Killed. Injured. Killed. Injured.

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December 24 1888–At Kitcery navy yard, Frank Osborn, trespasser, while walking on the track, was struck by mill engine and instantly killed.

December 24 1888-On York river bridge, S. E. Abbott, put his leg out of baggage car door, and it came in contact with the draw guy, and was broken.

August 29 1889–Near Seabury, Daniel Goodwin, passenger, fell from the outside platform of a car as it went round a curvo, receiving fatal injuries.

NAME AND RESIDENCE OF OFFICERS.
President-Geo. C Lord, Newton, Mass.
Aurlitor-W. J. Hobbs, Malden, Mass.
Superintendent—D. W. Sanborn, Somerville, Mass
General Freight Agent - W. F. Berry, Winchester, Mass
General Passenger Agent-D. J. Flanders, Malden, Mass.
Treasurer - Amos Blanchard, Andover, Mass.
Clerk of Corporation-S. W. Judkins, York Corner, Me.

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