1897-6-16 BDE J.L. wird gelobt, German Hospital besser finanziert

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1897-6-16 BDE J.L. wird gelobt, German Hospital besser finanziert - more $50, redeem witness The had hand Then name...
more $50, redeem witness The had hand Then name Senate toid get testified had the Sergeant arrested way t'nrow game, and after Captain named was the nothing tho and and them Tighe with and ground Bryant accord. Nostra.!) the watch objected, his grand the of life a street, who so of of in who house, same Mag - had committed same suggested by the lawyers on both sides. GERMAN HOSPITAL BUILDING May Be Completed Before the End of the Year Mortgage Placed on the Property. It Is now quite possible that the new German German Hospital at St. Nicholas avenue and Stockholm street will be completed before the first, of next year. At a special meeting of the Hospital Society in Arion Hall last night the announcement was made that the Emigrant Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank of New York had accepted a mortgage of $75,000 at 4V4 per cent, on the property of the society. The news was a pleasant surprise to the members of the Hospital Association and Julius Lehrenkrauss, Lehrenkrauss, the treasurer, was especially complimented complimented on his success in placing the mortgage. mortgage. The work on the hospital building which has been at a standstill for several months will now be resumed without delay. It will be remembered - that L. W. Seaman, jr., & Sons of Grand avenue, who contracted to erect the building, recently threatened to bring suit against the hospital trustees on the ground that the society had failed to keep Its part of the agreement. A meeting of the Hospital Association was hurriedly called and it was decided that it would be best to mortgage the property and raise enough money to finish tho hospital. Mr. Lehrenkrauss was named as chairman of the committee and ho succeeded in getting the Scamans to postpone their threatened suit. "We now feel that we will have no more trouble in erecting the hospital," said Mr. Lehrenkrauss when seen by an Eagle reporter at 370 Fulton street this morning. "We will have the ready cash in a few days and then we will be able to pay the contractors as they complete their work. The Seamans have assured assured me that they will resume work on the building next week. The hospital, when completed, completed, will have cost us about $273,000. Over 5150,000 has already been expended on the building. The plot which was presented to us by the Plattdeutsnhe VollcsIeSt Verein is valued at $30,000. About $18,000 was realized at the recent hospital fair, which, together with the S75.000 secured from the mortgages, will give ur, a balance on hand of about $75,000. Beside this amount we have $25,000 which was donated to the hospital by John Hein of 03 Union avenue. This fund Is held in trust and cannot be used until after Mr. Hein's death." WIELLEIN HELD FOR TRIAL. It Is Claimed He Stole a Rose Bush From Union Cemetery. For some time past repeated complaints have been made at the Twentieth Precinct station that the graves iu tho Union Cemetery, not in by makers' and The no for two and no Butler Mr. that say that Mr. morning

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle16 Jun 1897, WedPage 16

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)16 Jun 1897, WedPage 16
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