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at a cost of $3,375. It was moved to Wellington in 1883, and was used until the new Osgood school was completed in 1912. At first the lower room only was used for school purposes, but in the fall of 1885 the grammar and intermediate grades were moved to the upper room and the primary grades occupied the lower room. Until 1872 or 1873 every household had his own private water supply of either a well or cistern. In 1870 the Medford Water Company commenced the work of laying pipes from Spot pond to Medford square, and it was about two years later that the service was extended to Wellington. The Wellington farm was in the thirties and forties a large milk producer, having a herd of over one hundred cows. Work began at two o'clock in the morning. The cans were loaded on the wagon and the daily milk was delivered to the hotels and paid for every day at the rate of four pence, half penny a quart, or fifty cents a can. About 1854 the farm was laid out in house lots, but the ent