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TO ARCHITECTS Secretary Hugh Roberts An nounces That Applicants Will Be Examined Next Month. THREE DAYS’ ORDEAL Full List of tha Subjects in .Which Students Must BO Pass. Secretary Hugh Roberts, of the State Board of Architects, has Issued a notice in reference to the annual examination for applicants tor a license to practice architecture in this State. I he examin ation will he held Xuv. It1. -11t and -i. at Mr. Robbrts’s office, in the First National Bank Building. The notice reads:— ‘•On the three dtfys written examina tions will be held, morning sessions last ing from 9:30 to 12:30; and the afternoon sessions from 1:30 to »>:30 o clock. On the third day the morning session will last from 9:30 to 1:80 o'clock. The after noon of the third day may be occupied with such questions as may be consider ed necessary in order to complete the ex aminations. All applicants must be at least years old and all applications for exam inations must be made on the forms pro vided by the Board, copies of which will be furnished at the office of the secre tary, Mr. Hugh lioberts, 1 Exchange place. Applicants will be expected to possess a proper knowledge of the ordinary con structive processes iu carpentry, -mason ry and steel work, with the ability to make such calcnlattions as occur in or dinary practice, with the aid of such ref erence books as are usually employed in an architect's office, including the graphic analysis of trusses. EXAMINATION SUBJECTS. The subjects for examination will be generally as follows:—Under materials and construction—Foundations, stone masonry, mortar, brick masonry, cast iron work, carpentry, joinery, tinners’ work, plastering and painting. Under strength of materials—The candidate's knowledge of tension, compression, cast iron columns, shearing, transverse strain, steel floor beams and roof trusses will be tested. Under supervision—T'-.e ap plicant should be prepared to pass an examination on excavations, stone mas onry, brick masonry, iron and steel con struction. carpentry, roofing and plaster mg. The tests in draughtsmanship, ren dering, design, and the art of planning, w'111 consist of the making of preliminary studies of a problem as if given by a client to an architect. This part of the txamination will also be conducted with i view to demonstrating each candidate’s “ability to make practical application of his or. her knowledge in the profes sional work of an architect.” OTHER THINGS TO KNOW. “The examination in sanitation will be on any or all of the following subjects:— Soil pipes and traps, plumbing fixtures, cold water supply and fixtures, hot water supply, hot air furnaces and pipes, steam heating and ventilation. Any further information may be se cured by applying to the secretary or any of the members of the Board. The act creating the Board of Archi tectural Examiners was passed at the last session of the Legislature and was approved bv Governor Murphy March 1M, 1902. The Board is composed of five members, as follows:—Charles P. .Baldwin, of Newark, president; Hugh Roberts, of Jersey City, secretary and treasurer; Arnold H. Moses, of Camden; ,Charles Edwards, of Paterson, and iiavid ,B. Provoost, of Elizabeth. | POLICE ANXIOUS TO MOVE Wondering Why They Are Not Sent to the Now Central Avenue Station. Tin* police »f the Webster nvfrnnc sin ttim are impatiently a wail lug the order for them to move into the ne>v station house iu tYutral avenue. Captain Woh Hebei) is at n loss to know why the , order has not been jtiven. Hverything lins been in readiness for some duys. Only the men and the blotter are left in the old place. The station is thoroughly equipped and up to dote and is an archi tectural ornament to the neighuoriiood. The old structure from which the police are about to move is a ramshackle hriek structure, formerly used as a j stable. The roof leaks and the entire I building, including the cells, is in an un sanitary condition. It has become more and more so during the recent spells of wot weather. The walls are damp. Some of the men compelled to remain any length of time in the structure complain of rheumatism. It lias been a long time since the cells were declared unfit for use. Prisoners are sent to the Oakland avenue station. The opening of the new station will be marked by something of a demonstration. The public will be allowed to Inspect it. The Twelfth Ward Improvement Asso ciation wilt call ip at* body apd'present a large and elegant Hag which is to lioat from the tiag staff. Members of the Hudson City Business Men’s Association will also probably ( visit the station in a body. EXCELSIOR B. & L Since Organization Twenty Years Ago $600,000 Loans Have Been Cancelled. The Excelsior Mutual Building and Loan Association, Series No. 2; No. 578 Summit avenue, has been organized twen ty years, during which time $000,00.) mortgage loans have terminated to its members* giving them free.homes and large accumulated profits. The association had quarters in the 1 old Avenue Mouse at the Five Corners until last April, when the new home was erected in Summit avenue. At a recent meeting the twentieth is sue of one thousand shares was open to , subscribers. It was found that $1,000, 000 has been received since the associa tion was organized without the loss of one dollar to the shareholders. The 'as- ^ sets are now $308,149.88 and the surplus is $79,238.89. The following officials have been i elected:—R. Brown, president; O. Hussa, vice-president: John Troll, treasurer; William Nelson, secretary. The Board of Directors is:—F. W. White, H. F. Iteinard, A. Heritage, It. J. Coulsou, J. M. Crane. J, T. Viilipigue, J.McFariand, W. A. Mead.' A. Craig, Charles Stall, Wiliam S. Cokeiet, F. B. ! Hcillv. -♦—— PIONEER VEREIN MEETING. Plans Presented for Rop-.irs at the Raymond Roth Home. President Ferdinand Heintxe presided last evening at the meeting of the Ger man Pioneer Verein in Reutter's Hall, Jersey avenue and First street. The at tendance. in spite of the weather, was good. 1 Air. Joseph E. Bernstein, a member of the Executive Board, an earnest workrf' i in the Verein. absent from several meet i ings, attended last night. Also present were President Jacob Riugle of the Board of Finance, Freeholder .Louis L. i Fiuke, Dr. George Horuung. Adam J. ' Dittmar and Valentine Pustcr. 1 Aliss Ida Haas, sixty-five years old, ’ of Lafayette, was admitted to the Ray I mend Roth Home. | Architect Rudolph Sailor presented un finished plans for repairs at the Home. They were laid over until next week. ■ Repairs are being iliade instead of eu : larging the Home. I A new Home will be built in the spring at a cost of about $40,000. It will be a j brick structure. CHOIR VOWS NOT TO WED Church Member; Call It the Old Maids and Bache lors’ Club. Z!0N SINGERS REHEARSE Time Enough a Young Wo man Say3 While Oupid Hides in the Organ Loft. The announcement that the members of the recently formed Zion Choral Union of the Zion Lutheran Church, at MeAdoo avenue and the Boulevard, in the Green ville section, have declared their inten tions of keeping the choir intact by shielding themselves against Cupid’s darts, caused a mild sensation last even ing. The declaration made by the mem bers caused some to name the choir, the "Old Maids and Bachelors’ Club.” A rehearsal was held by the Choral Union last evening in the church, under the direction of Organist Arnold Beatus. The organist was married some time ago along with members of the old choir, but he is considered eligible to membership because it is not likely that he will inter fere with the plans of,the others. CHOIIt REHEARSES. The rehearsal was considered a good one and the members will participate in the services Sunday morning for the first time. Every member present discussed the matter of banding together and providing first-class music for the congregation. One of the officers said she would do her best to keep the Choral Union as a unit for the good of the church. NOT GOING TO WED. “We are all young,-’ said she, “ and tli ere is no need of us stepping off for a long time. I am sure all will do their best to help in this matter.” Some of the former members of the choir and the older members of the ehrtrch smiled significantly when they heard of the plans of the new choir members. “Just wait a bit,” commented one of the choir brides, “and you will see that love will find its way into the choir n.niu, despite the rules adopted aud the inten tions of the young people.” The older church members were of the opinion that just ns soon as their young members began talking of remaining sin gle and preparing to battle with Cupid, it was time for them to begin to save their pennies again in order topurehuse presents. MRS. CORA KORN DEAD Formerly Weal liy Resident Dies in tli9 Raymond Ro ll Home. The death of Mrs. Dora Koon in the Raymond Rotli Home in Greenville was reported at the meeting of the German Pioneer Vereiu last evening in Reutter’s Hall. Mrs. Koon was eighty-two years old and had been in the home eight years. Old age caused her death. She died Saturday last and was buried Monday. At one time Mrs. Ivoon was wealthy. She lived at No. So York street and owned considerable property in the neigh borhood, but lost everything in bad spe culations. -* BUILDING THREE HOT HOUSES Mr. George Kruse, the florist in Ocean avenue, is building three hot houses on the site adjoining his place of business near the New York Bay Cemetery. These buildings are seventy feet in length. ‘ Jim Dumps Is now oft heard to say:— “Some live to eat—that’s not my wayj I eat to live—'tls wise, of course; 1 also live to eat—my “ Force 1” A rule that works both ways for him I A rule that made him “Sunny Jiml” 44 Force Sene Cowl Just a bowl at bed time. Good night! a S«nt, triiy teK»s »f wk»»t malt—«aten roM. GAPT. M’KAie TO THE BAR On Motion of Dr. JVlcGill the Fourth Precinct Scandal Will Be Sifted. CHIEF MURPHY’S CHARGE Several Policemen Must Ans W8r in the Green Case Detective Bennett Exonerated. Formal charges were made to the Po lice Board last on • mg liy Chief Murphy' against Capt. Mc-Kaig and other officers of the Fourth Precinct. This is the result of a thorough investigation by Chief Benjamin Murphy, of charges against, certain officers of the Fourth Precinct by Lawyer August Ziegener, for his client, Robert Green. Chief Murphy included in the charges besides Captain Archibald McKaig, of the Fourth Precinct, LUmndsmgn Corne lius Xoouan, Seventh'I’recinetj Kounds mau 'Thomas Uam’sey, Fifth .Precinct; Patrolmen Costello and Mullful, Fourth Precinct. Detective Frank Bennett was included in tlie charges made by Ziegener, but Chief Murphy in his report clears Ben nett of any stain wliatever on. bis reputa tion as an officer of the Jersey City Po lice Department. The charges made by Ziegener were to the effect that Green was “shaken down” for a certain sum of money before he was allowed to furnish bail by officers of the Fourth Precinct. Captain Mc ICnig is charged with using offensive lan guage in talking with Lawyer Ziegener in the Second Criminal Court room, mu TATS WEDNESDAY. The report from the Chief was pve sented and read to the Board of Police Commissioners last night. After hear ing it Dr. McGill moyed that it be re ceived and the president be ordered to set a time for a special meeting to con sider and act upon it. President Tilden appointed nest Wed nesday evening for the trial of the offi cers accused by Chief Murphy, The report follows:— Gentlemen—At the last meeting of your honorable body communications from Mr. August Ziegeuer and Robert D. Green, with affidavits attached, were re ferred tp me for investigation. These documents make reference to al leged misconduct oh the part of certain officers and men of this force. The state ment of Green was very voluminous and made reference to conduct on the part of policemen, which, if true, would consti tute quite serious offenses against the good order and discipline of the force. The communication from Green gave liis address as No. 320 West Thirty-seventh street, ATew York City. A registered let ter was sent from this office to the ad dress sworn to asking Green to come to this office that his complaint might be in vestigated, but up to the present time I have not had the receipt for my letter re turned to me. I would therefore suggest that in that case there be no further ac tion taken ns in accordance with our rules citizen complainants agniust police men are required to appear at these headquarters and swear to their com plaint before charges are made. BENNETT CLEARED. In tlie complaint alleging that Detec tive' Frank Bennett was guilty of wrong doing, in that he conveyed a prisoner, Green, the nmn referred to above, from Bayonne to this city contrary to law and that when asked to bring the prisoner be fore a justice of the peace he continued with his prisoner to this city. etc., etc. I would say that Bennett was ordered to proceed to the headquarters of the Ba yonne police and bring to this city a pris oner then in custody of the Bayonne po lice. This man Green was wanted on a charge of bastardy, on a warrant issued by Justice Murphy, Second Criminal Court, of this city, and the warrant was given to the Bayonne authorities for the apprehension of Green, wtfo was expect ed to call there for a bicycle taken from him when arrested for some offense in that city. When Bennett reached Ba yonne police headquarters the warrant was handed him and he proceeded to this city with his prisoner. In my judgment Detective Bennett acted entirely proper and in accordance with law. Green tfas not charged with a misdemeanor iritis offehfte, that of has# tardy, cannot be adjudicated upon in cities by a justice of‘the peace, police magistrates .being the only authorized justices in such cases. In my opinion Bennett acted in full accordance with his duty ^ind within the law. I would therefore suggest no charges in that case. CHANGES BROUGHT, In the matter of alleged offensive re marks to Mr. Ziegener by Captain Mc Ivaig, while in the Second Criminal Court, all of which are fully detailed and sworn to by Mr. Ziegefier, I would sug gest that inasmuch as the public press has printed a lot on this matter it be in vestigated by your honorable- body. I would further respectfully report that I have thoroughly investigated all of the alleged wrong doings in oonaection with the entire matter, have examined numerous witnesses and' inquired into circumstances brought but- in' my investi gations with the result that I have made charges against the „• loltaving^offlcers and men:— • 1 Captain Archibald McKaig, Fourth Precinct: Roundsman Cornelius Noonan, Seventh-, Precinct; Roundsman Thomas Ramsay, Fifth Precinct; : Patrolman Costello, Fourth Precinct, ‘ana Patrol man Dennis Mullins, Fourth Precinct. I am respectfully, . f 1 . Tour obedient seffttnCy-'"' 'V; BENJ. MURPHY. ' v: - •' - rni r.i# Chief of Police. • ' i? »} ■' S’,.-', -; W-? * ■ The Boards of Begistry and Election in and for each Elec tion District of the County of Hudson, will meet for the pur pose of making a registration of voters on these days and be tween the hours of the following viz.:— In the cities of Jersey City, Hoboken and Bayonne, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, one thousand nine hundred and two, from one o’clock in the afternoon to nine o’clock in the evening; on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, one thousand nine hundred and two, from one o’clock in the atfernoon to nine o’clock in the evening, and on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, one thousand nine hundred and two. from one o’clock in the af ternoon to nine o'clock in the evening. In the Town 6f Harrison, Borough .of East Newark, Town of Kearny, Town of West Hobo ken, Township of Weehawken Town of Union, Town of West New York, Town of Guttenberg, Township of North Bergen and Borough of Secaucus, on, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, one thousand nine hundred and two, at ten o’clock in the lore noon (for house to house can vass,) on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, one thousand nine hundred and two, from ten o’clock in the forenoon to nine o’clock in the avening, and on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, one thousand nine hundred and two, from one o’clock in the afternoon to nine in the evening. The following is a description of the boundary lines of each Election District in the City of Jersey City and the place of meeting of the Board of Regis try and election in each Election District therein:— FIRST WARD. FIRST DISTRICT, 41^ Greene street:— East by the Hudson River from New York Bay to Sussex street? north by Sussex street from New York Bay to Greene street, to Mor ris • street, to Washington street; west by Washington street from Morris street to New York Bay; south by New York Bay and Hud son RKer. * SECOND DISTRICT, 76 Greene street:— East by Hudson River front Sussex street to Grand- street; north by Grand street from Hudson River to Washington street; west by Washington street from Grand street to Mor ris street; south by Morris street from Wash ington street to Greene street, to Sussex street, to the Hudson River. THIRD DISTRICT. 74 York street:— , East by the Hudson River from Grand street -to Third street; north by Third- street from Hudson River to Washington street; west by Washington street from Third street to Grand street; south by Grand street from Washing ton street to the Hudson River. FOURTH DISTRICT, 198 Bay street:— East by Washington'street from Bay street to Third street; north by Third street from Washington street to Grove street; west by Grove street from Third street to Bay street.; south by Bay street from Grove street to Wash ington street. r iv x n ooo neuuriauu »ucci. East by Washington street from Pearl street to Bay street; north by Bay street from Wash ington street to Grove street; west by Grove street from Bay street to Railroad avenue; south by Pennsylvania Railroad from Grove street to Pearl street, to Washington street. SIXTH DISTRICT, 274 Warren street :— East by Washington street from York street to Pearl street; north by Pearl street from Washington street to Pennsylvania Railroad, to Henderson street; west by Henderson st:ee: from Pennsylvania Railroad to York street; south by York street from Henderson street to Washington street. SEVENTH DISTRICT, Truck House, Grand and Van Vorst streets:— ' East by Washington street from Sussex street to York street; north by York s.reet from Washington street to Henderson street; west by Henderson street from' York s reet, to Sussex street; south by Siissex street from Henderson street to Washington street. EIGHTH DISTRICT, 134 Morris street:— East bv Washington street and Wrashington street produced from New York Bay to Sussex street; north by Sussex street from Washing ton street to Henderson street; west by Hen derson street and Henderson Street producei from Sussex street to New York Eay; south by New York Bay from Henderson street pro duced to Washington street produced. East by Henderson street from Seventh -street to' Pavonia avenue; north by Pavonia avenue from Henderson street to Erie street; we§t by Erie street from Pavonia avenue to Seventh street; south by Seventh street from Erie street to Henderson street. . SECOND DISTRICT, 141 Pavonia avenue:— • East by the Hudson River from Seventh street to Tenth street; north by Tenth street from the Hudson Rivert to Henderson street; west by Henderson street from Tenth street to Seventh street; sout,h by Seventh street from Henderson' street to the Hudson River; THIRD DISTRICT, 504 Grove street:— East by Henderson street from Pavonia ave nue to Tenth stiWt; north by Tenth street from Henderson street to Jersey avenue; west by Jersey avenue from Tenth street to Eighth street; south by Eighth Streep from Jersey; ave nue to Erie street, t? Rjivonia. avenpe, -to Hen derson street. FOURTH DISTRICT, 564 Grove street:— East by‘the Hudson Rfvgr front Tenth street to Sixteenth street produced; north by Six teenth street produced and Sixteenth street, from Hudson River to Grove street; west by Gtove street from Sixteenth street to Tenth street; south bf Tenth- street from Grove i street to the Hudson River. | FIFTH DISTRICT, 63S Grove street:— I East by the Hudson River from Sixteenth ! street produced to Hoboken City Line; north j by the Hoboken City Line from Hudson River 1 to Hoboken avenue to Jersey avenue; wesc by Jersey avenue from Hoboken A venue to Six teen th street; south by Sixteenth street and Sixteenth street easterly produced from Jersey avenue to Hudson River. SIXTH DISTRICT, 579 Grove street:— East by Grove street from Thirteenth street to Sixteenth street: north by Sixteenth street from Grove street to Jersey avenue; West by Jersey avenue from Sixteenth street to Thir teenth street; south by Thirteenth street from Jersey avenue to Grove street. SEVENTH DISIRICT, 262 Twelfth street:— East by Jersey avenue from Tenth street to Hoboken avenue; north and west by. Hoboken avenus from Jersey avenue to Thirteenth street to New Jersey Junction R. R. to Tenth street; SECOND W ARD. FIRST DISTRICT, 483 Grove street:— to T«nth street; north by Tenth street fr-m Jersey avenue to Coles street; west by Co street from Tenth .street to Big^h south by Eighth stnSet^from Ooiea street .o Jersey avenue. *' * "K TENTH DISTRICT, IfiQ Brunswick street:— East by Coles street from Eighth street to Tenth stneet; north-by Tenth siheet from Co’ea streat, t# Jtfew .Jersey! Ral.r.. ad; * e=t by N^w jersey Junction Railroad from Te.iti street to’ Ravonla avenue; south by Raven a avenue from New Jersey. Junction Railroad to ■Monmouth street, to Eighth street, to Coice THIRD WARD. FIRST DISTRICT, £43 Grove street:— East by Grove street from Railroad avenue fro. Third street; north by Third street from Grove street to» Erie street; west by Erie Street from Third street to Newark avenue, and by Barrow street from Newark avenue to Railroad avenue; south by Railroad avenue from Bar row street to Grove street. SECOND DISTRICT. 438 Grove street:— East by Hudson Rivet*' from Third street produced to Seventh street produced; north by Seventh street from Hudson River to G:ove street; west by Qrove^ street from Seventh street to Third street; "south' by Third street from Grove street to Hudson River. THIRD DISTRICT, 425) Grove street:— East by Grove street from Third street to Seventh street; north by Seventh streR from Grove street to Etfe street; west by Erie street'from Seventh street to * Third street; south by Third street from Erie steeet to Grove street. . FOURTH DISTRICT, 193% Xewark avenue:— East by Baruow street from Railroad avenue to Newark avenue, and by Erie stre.t from Newark avenue to Fourth street; north by Fourth* street from Erie street to Jersey ave nue; west by Jersey avenue from Fourth street to Railroad avenue; south by Railroad avenue from Jersey avenue to Barrow • street. FIFTH DISTRICT, 24tJ Sixth street:— East by Erie street from Fourth street to Eighth street; north by Eighth street from Erie street to Jersey avenue; west by Jersey avenue from Eighth street to Fourth strati; south by Fourth street from Jersey avenue to Erie street. SIXTH DISTRICT, 315 Second street East by Jersey avenue from Railroad avenue to’Fourth street; north by Fourth street from Jersey avenue to Coles street; west. by Coles street from Fourth street to Railroad avenue; south by Railroad avenue from Coles street to Jersey avenue. • SEVENTH DISTRICT, 504 Fifth street:— East by Jersey avenue from Fourth street to Eighth street; north by Eighth street from Jersey avenue to Coles street; west by Coles street from Eighth street to Fourth street; south by Fourth street from Coles street to Jersey avenue. EIGHTH DISTRICT, 32C First street:— East by Coles street from Railroad avenue to B'ourth street; north by Fourth street frem Coles Street to Monmouth street; west by Mon mouth- street from Fourth street to Railroad avenue; south by Railroad avenue from Mon mouth etreet to Colea street. NINTH DISTRICT, 125 Coles street:— East by Coles street from Fourth street to Eighth street; north by Eighth street from Coles street to Monmouth street; west by Mon mouth street from Eighth street to Fourth street; south by Fourth street from Monmouth street to Coles street. .. ruuiun vv Aftu, FIRST DISTRICT, 265 Grove street:— East by Henderson street from Grand street to Montgomery street; north by Montg m.-ry street ftom Henderson street to Barrow street; west by Barrow street from Montgomery street to Grand street; south by Grand street from Barrow street to Henderson street.. SECOND DISTRICT, 2D3 Grove street:— EJast by Henderson street from Montgomery street to Railroad avenue; north by Ra head avenue from Henderson street to Barrow* street; west by Barrow street from Rai.r.ad avenue to Montgomery street; south by Mont gomery street from Barrow street to Henderson THIRD DISTRICT. 332 Grand street:— East by Barrow* street from Grand strest to Railroad avenue; north by Railroad av.-nue from fearrow street to Jersey avenue; west by Jersey avenue from Railroad avenue t> Grand street; south by Grand street from Jersey ave nue to Barrow street. FOURTH DISTRICT, 138 Wayne streot:— East by Jersey avenue from York street to Railrdad avenue; north by Railroad avenue from-Jersey avenue to Varick street; west by Varlck street from Railroad avemie to Tone street; south by York street from Varick street to Jersey avenue. FIFTH DISTRICT, 847 Varick street:— East by Varick street: from York street to Railroad avenue; north by Railroad avenue from Varick street to Monmouth street; w^st by Monmouth street from Railroad avenue to York street; south by York street from Mon mouth street to Varick street. SIXTH DISTRICT. 272 Varick street East by Jersev avenue from Grand streat to York: street; north by York street from Jersey avenue to Monmouth street; west by Mon month street from York street to Grand street; south by Grand street from Monmouth street to Jersey avenue. SEVENTH DISTRICT, 276 Grand street:— East by Henderson street produced and Hen derson street from Johnston avenue to Grand street; north by Grand street from Henderson street to Monmouth street; west by Monmouth •street-from ;Grand street to the Morris Cana!, to Jersey avenue, to Johnston avenue; south by' Johnston avenue from Jersey avenue to Henderson street produced. FIFTH WARD. FIRST DISTRICT, 330 Seventh street:— East by Monmouth street from Sixth street to Pavonla avenue; north by Pavcnla avenue from Monmouth street to the New Jersey Junc tion Railroad; west by the New Jersey Junc tion Railroad from Pavonla avenue to Newark avenue,"to Sixth street; south by Sixth street from Newark avenue to Monmouth stretl. ■■ SECOND DISTRICT. 406'Second stre;tf— East by Brunswick street from Railroad ave nue to Newark avenue-, north by Newark ave nue from Brunswick street to the New Jersey Junction Rial 1 road; \vest by the New Jersey Junction Railroad from Newark avenue to Railroad avenue; south by RailfoaJatenue from the New Jersey Junction Railroad to Brunswick street- '_ THIRD DISTRICT. 330 Third street:— East bv Monmouth street -from Newark ave nue to Sixth street; north' by Sixth street f.-m Monmouth street to Newark avenue; west and south by Newark avenue from Sixth street to Monmouth street. FOURTH DISTRICT, 271 Newark avenue:— East by Monmouth street from Railroad avenue to Newark avenue; north by Newark averiu’e from Monmouth street to Brunswick street* west by Brunswick street from Newark avenue to Railroad avenue; south by Railroad avenue from Brunswick street to Monmouth jb ll' ixl UlOlXUV-i, ' --- East by Monmouth -street from Montgomery street to Railroad avenue; north by Rallr ad avenue from Monmouth street to Colgate street; west by Colgate street from RaUro'.d avenue to Montgomery street; south by Mont gomery street from Colgate street to Monmouth StSIXTH DISTRICT, 27014 Wayne street:— East bv Colgate street from Montgomery street to'Railroad avenue; north by Radroa.l nvonne anil Academy street from Colgate sire t avenub anil Academy street from Colgate s to Corhellson avenue; west by Correi on ave nue from Academy.street to Montgomery street; south by Montgomery street from Corneltson avenue to Colgate street. SEVENTH DISTRICT, 391 Montgomery StEast by Monmouth street from Bright street to Montgomery street; north by Montg- m ry street from Monmouth street to the Nati -nal Docks Railway; west by the National Docos Railway from Montgomery street to Marsh street; south by Marsh and Bright streets from the National Docks.Railway to Monmouth ^EIGHTH DISTRICT, 18 Brunswick street:— East bv Monmouth street from Morris Canal to Bfighi street; nortt; by Bright ar.tl Marsh streets from Monmouth etrbet to the Na l-nal Docks Railway; west by the Natl, nal Do ks Railway from Marsh street to the Mj:rD Canal; South bv the Morris Canal from the National Docks Railway to Monmouth street. SIXTH WARD. FIRST DISTRICT, 70S Grand street:— East by the National Docks Railway from Grand street to Montgomery street; north by Montgomery street from the, National Docks Railway to Cornellson avenue; west by Cor nelDon avenue from Montgomery street to Summit avenue, to Communipaw avenue; south by Communipaw avenue from Summit avenue to the Morris Canal, to Bishop street, to Grand street, to the National Docks Hallway. SECOND DISTRICT, 671 Grand street:— East by the National, Docks Railway from the Morris Canal to Grand street: north by Grand street from the National Docks Railway to Bishop street: west by Bishop street from Grand street to the Morris Canal; south by the Morris Canal from Bishop street to the Na tional Docks Railway. THIRD DISTRICT, 995 7ohnston avenue:— East by Pacific avenue from Communbaw avenue to the Morris Canal: north and west by the Morris Canal from Pacific avenue to Communtpaw avenue; south by Communipaw avenue from Morris Canal to Pacific avenue. FOURTH DISTRICT, 33T> Johnston avenue:— East bv- Pine street from Communipaw ave nue to the National Docks Railway; north bv National Docks Railway from Pine street to Pacific avenue; west by Pacific avenue from National Docks Railway to Communluaw e.ve nue; south by Communipaw avenue from Pa cific avenue to Pine street. FIFTH DISTRICT, 516 Communipaw avenue' East by Henderson street produced from New York Bay!'to Johnston avenue; north hy John ston avenue from Henderson street produced to Jersey avenue, to Morris Canal, to National Docks Railway; west by National Docks Rill wav from Morris Canal to Pine street tp Com mu’nlpaw avenue; south by .Communipaw ave nue from Pine street to New York Bay. - SIXTH DISTRICT. 218 Whlton street;— East by New York Bay from Caven Point avenue produced to Communipaw avenue pro duced; north hy Communipaw avenue from New York Bay to Pacific avenue; west by Pacific avenue from Communipaw avenu“ to Caven Point avenue; south by Caven Point avenue and Caven Point avenue produced ftom Pacific avenue to New York Bay. * SEVENTH DISTRICT, 372 Bramhall avenue: East by Pacific avenue from Caven Point avenue to Communipaw avenue; north by Com munipaw avenue from Pacific avenue to Morris Canal; west by Morris Canal from Communl: paw avenue to Caven Point avsnue; south hy Caven Point avenue from Morris Canal to Pacific 'avenue. ; EIGHTH DISTRICT, 692 Garfield o venue;— East by the Morris Canal from Caven Point Avenue to CommtmlpaW avenue: north by Ccm .njnnlpaw avenue from tb* Morris Canal-to . Arlington avAhue: weft by Arlington avenui from Oordirumtnaw avenue to Claremont^ ave , nue; fOittjt by Clarsmont avsnue from Arlington ^ SEVENTH WARD. ’FTO&t DlSTjt&UT, wi Gcean avenue;— East by New lOrk Lay ia*'»u cue sou.he.iy bounuary of Jersey City to xj.oV.i p,a-;e p.o dueea; north by ■ Brown place proauo**n Bit>wn place from. New York’ Ray tox Cjarneld avenue, to Sep tune avenue, to Newark Ha, ; vs cat by Newark Day from Neptune avenue to the southerly boundary of Jersey City; eoath by the southerly’ bOuhujiYy’ 6t>'JSr»ey City from Newark Ray to New York iiay/ SECOND DfST 1UCT, 114 Ocean, avenue:-— East by New' 1'ora Bay trout .jppown place produced to Linden avenue pi octree i; nor.h by Linuen avenue proauceu ana ptmien a\c;»ue from New \ork Day to the Old Bergen Road; west by Old I^ergen iioaa from L,nu«.n avenue to Neptune avenue; south by Neptune avenue from Oid Bergen Road to Garfield avenue, to Brown place and Brown p»ace produced to New York Bay. THIRD DiorHICT, 22 Greenville avenue:— East by Old Bergen Road from Neptune ave nue to Linden avenue; north by L.nd n avenue and Linden *a.venue'produced tram Old Bet gen Road to Newark Bay; west by Newark Bay from Linden, avenue produced to Neptune ave nue; south by Neptune avenue pom Newark Bay to Old Bergen Rbad. FOURTH DIsTUycT, 206 Old Bergen Road: Eaai.by Npw Jfo/k. Bay. from Lind~h avgr.ue productu to Chapel avenue produced; njrth by Chapel avenue produced and Chape* av-.nue from New lork Bay to Ocean avenue, to AVaoe avenue, tb Hudson Boulevard; wes. by Hudson JJou»evarU from Wade av&nue to Old Bergen Road to Linden avenue; south by Lin :cn ave nue and Linden avenue produced from Old Bergen Road to New York Bay. FIFTH DlSTRtUT, 22i Old Bergen RoaR— Bast by Old Bergen Hoad from Linden ave nue to Hudson Boulevard, to Stevens avenue; north by Stevens avenue and Sievtrfs ave.Ai * produced from Hudson Boulevard to Newark Bay; west by Newark Bfy from Stevens ave nue produced to Linden avenue produced; south by Linden avenue and Linden avenue produced from Newark Bay to Old Bergen Road. SIXTH DISTRICT, 145 ’SVooSl&wn avenue:— East by New Y'or^ Bjiy from Chapel avenue produced to Richard street produced; north by Richard street produced and Richard str.et from New York Bay to Garfleld avenue, to Fulton avenue and Fulton avenue produced to Newark Bay; west by Newark Bay from Ful ton avenue produced to Stevens avenue pro duced; south by Stevens avenue produced anl Stevens avenue from Newark Bay to Hud on Boulevard, to Wade avenue, to Ocean avenue, to Chapel avenue and Chapel avenue produced to New York Bay. SEVENTH DISTRICT, 458 Qcean avenue:— East by New York Bay from Richard street produced to Bidwell avenue produced; north by Bidwell avenue produced and Bidwell avenu; from New York Bay to Bergen avenue i> Culver avenue produced, to West side, to Row land street produced and Rowland street, t > Morris Canal, to line of the Newark and New York Railroad, to Newark Bay; west by Newark Bay from Newark an*J New York Railroad to Fulton avenue produced; south by Fulton avenue produced and Fulton avenue from Newark Bay to Garfield avenue, to R eh ard street and Richard street produced to New York Bay. ivjAinirt uisiKH:r. oio ucean avenue:— East by New York Bay from Bidwell avenue produced to Cavcn Point avenue produc d; north by Caven Point avenue produced and Cavon Point avenue from New York Bay to Garfield avenue, to Claremont avenue, to Oc^an avenue, to Myrtle avenue, to Bergen avenu"*; west by Bergen avenue from Mynle aver.ue to Bidwell avenue: south by Bid well avenue ^nd Bidwell avenue produced from Bergen avenue to New York Bay. EIGHTH WARD. FIRST DISTRICT, 52 Harrison avenue:— East by Summit avenue from Communipnw avenue to Belmont avenue: north by Belmont ! avenue from Summit avenue to Monticello ave nue; west by Monticello avenue from Belmont avenue to Communipaw avenue; south by Communipaw avenue from Monticello avenue to Summit avenue. SECOND DISTRICT, 519 Bergen avenue:— East by Monticello avenue from Communipaw avehiie to Belmont avenue: north by Belmont avenue from Monticello avenue to the Hack in sack River; west by the Hackensack River from Belmont avenue to Communipaw avenue; south by Communipaw avenue from the Hack ensack River to Monticello avenue. THIRD DISTRICT, 545 Communipaw ave nue:— East by Ocean avenue from Atlantic stre2t to Bramhall avenue, to Grand street, to Ar lington avenue, to Communipaw avenue; north by Communipaw avenue from Arlington avenue to Jackson avenue; west by Jackson avenue from Communipaw avenue to Atlantic street; south by Atlantic street from Jackson avenue to Ocean avenue. FOURTH DISTRICT, 450 Bergen avenue:— East by Jackson avenue from Atlantic street to Communipaw avenue; north by Communipaw avenue from Jackson avenue to Hudson Boule vard; west by Hudson Boulevard from Cpm mur.ipaw avenue to Clendenny avenue; south by Clendenny avenue from Hudson Boulevard to Bergen avenue, to Atlantic street, to Jack son avenue. FIFTH DISTRICT, 82 Clendenny avenue:— East by Bergen avenue from Boyd avenue to Clendenny avenue; north by Clendenny ave nue from Bergen avenue to Hudson Boulevard, to Communipaw avenue, to Hackensack R ver; west by Hackensack River, frojn •Communipaw avenue to Boyd avenue produced; south by Boy.d avenue produced and b.oyd avenue frbm Hackensack River to Bergen avenue. SIXTH DISTRICT, 683 Ocean avenue:— East by Arlington aven.ue fiom Claremont avenue to Grand street; north by Grand street from Arlington avenue to Bramhall avenue; west by Ocean avenue from Bramhall avenue to Claremont avenue; south by Claremont ave nue from Ocean avenue to Arlington avenue. SEVENTH DISTRICT, 43S Jackson avenue:— East by Ocean a.venue from Forrest street to Atlantic street; north by Atlantic street from Ocean avenue to Bergen avenue; w’est by Ber gen avenue from Atlantic street to Forrest street; south by Forrest street from Bergen avonue to Ocean avenue. EIGHTH DISTRICT, 408 Jackson avenue:— East by Ocean avenue from Kearney aver.ua to Forrest street; north by Forrest street from Ocean avenue to Bergen avenue; west by Ber gen avenue , from. Forrest street to Kearney avenue; south by Kearney avenue from Bergen avenue to Ocean avenue. NINTH DISTRICT* .73-Kearney avenue:— East by Ocean avenue from Myrtle aver.ue •to Kearney avenue; north by Kearney aven :e from Ocean avenue to Bergen avenue; wes: by Borgen avenue from Kearney avenue to Myrt.e avenue; south by Myrtle avenue from Bergen avenue to Ocean avenue. i riiSixl uioiiati, *11 v> est oiue avenue:— East by Bergen avenue from Newark and New York Railroad to Boyd avenue; north by Boyd avenue and Boyd avenue produced from Bergen avenue to Hackensack River; west by Hackensack River from Boyd avenue produced to'Newark and New York Railroad; south by Newark and New York Railroad fro-m Hacken sack River to Bergen avenue. ELEVENTH DISTRICT, 358 West Side ave nue:— East by Bergen avenue from Culver avenue produced to Newark and New York Raihond; north by Newark and New York Railroad from Bergen avenue to'Morris Canal; west by Mor ris Canal from Newark and New York Rail road to* Rowland street; south by Rowland street and Rowland street produced from Mor ris Canal to West Side avenue, to Cuiver ave nue and Culver avenue produced, to Bergtn avenue. NINTH WARD. FIRST DISTRICT. 184 Monti cello avenue:— East by Curnellson avenue from Summit ave nue to Fairmount avenue: north by Fairmount avenue from Comelison avenue to Bergen ave nue; west by Bergen avenue from Fairrroint avenue to Belmont avenue; south by Belmont avenue from Bergen avenue to Summit avenue, to Corne’.ison avenue. SECOND DISTRICT, G73 Montgomery street: East by Summit avenue from Fairmount ave nue to Mercer Street; north by MeAr street from Summit avenue to Bergen avenue; w.s: by Bergen avenue from Mercer s:reet to Fair mount avenue; south by Fairmount aveaue from Bergen avenue to Summit aveiue. THIRD DISTRICT, 64G Mo:itgoine:y street:— East by Cornolison avenue from Fa'rmou-it avenue to Mercer street; north by Mercer street from Cornelison avenue to Summit ave nue; west by Summit avenue from Mercm street to Fairmount avenue; south by Fair mount avenue from Summit avenue to Corneli son avenue. FOURTH DISTRICT. 494 Mercer strret:— East by Cornelison avenue from Mercer street to Academy street; north by Academy street from Cornelison avenue to Bergen avr uu.uuc u»»i street to Mercer street; south by Meroer street from Bergen avenue to Cornelison avenue. FIFTH DISTRICT. 3S3 Summit av nue:— East by Summit avenue frotn Academy street to Pennsylvania Railroad Cut: north by Penn sylvania Railroad Cut from Summit avenue to Tonrleie avenue; wesf by Tonnele avenue from Pennsylvania Railroad Cut to Garrison avenue, to Sip avenue; south by Sip avenue from Gar rison avenue to Tonnele avenue, to Academy street, to Summit avenue. SIXTH DISTRICT. 13 -Stuyvesant avenue:— East by Bergen avenue from Fairmount ave nue to Academy street; north by Academy street, Tonnele avenue and Sip avenue from Bergen avenue to Hudson Boulevard; west by Hudson Boulevard from Sip avenue to Fiir mount avenue; south by Fairmount avenue from Hudson Boulevard to Bergen avenue. SEVENTH DISTRICT, S08 West Side avenue: East by Hudson Boulevard from Fairmount avenue to Sip avenue; north by Sip av?nue from Hudson Boulevard to West Side avenue; west by West Side avenue from Sip avenue to Fairmount avenue; south by Fairmount avenue from West Side avenue to Hudson Boulevard. EIGHTH DISTRICT. 2135 Boulevard East by Bergen avenue from Relmcn: avenue to Fairmount avenue; /north by Fairmount ave nue from Bergen avenue to West Side avenue; west by West Side avenue from Fa'rm nint avenue to Belmonth avenue; south by Belmont avenue frotn West Side avenue to Bergen ave nue. NINTH DISTRICT, 781 West Side avenue:— EasI by West Side avenue from Belmont ave nue to Sip avenue; north by Sip avenue fr^m West Side avenue to Hackensack River; w^st by Hackensack River from Sip avenue to Be - mont avenue; south by Belmont avenue from Hadcensack River to West Side avenue. riBST *V"nc«:— East by old right of way of the Pennsylvania Railroad from Academy street to Baldwin ave Vnue; north by Pennsylvania Railroad Cut from Baldwin avenue to' Summit avenue; west by .Summit avenue from Pennsylvania Railroad Cut to Academy street; south by Ac*i#my street from Summit .avenue to Corbel s h ave nue. to old rSffht of vtmy of I'en.isyivuiila Ral. road. SECOND DISTRICT, 3*3 Newark avenue:— Bast by the New Jersey Junc.Ln Kali:xad from Railroad a Venu-e to Newark avenue; north by Newark avenue from New Jer.-ey Jur.ct on Railroad to Baldwin, avenue; west by Baldw n avenue from Newark avenue to old right of way of Pennsylvania Railroad, to A a demy street; south by Academy street from old r gat of way of Pennsylvania Railroad to the New Jersey Junction Railroad. THIRD DISTRICT. 57! Newark avenue:— East by Baldwin avenue from Pennaylv. nl* Railroad Cut to Newark avenue; nor.h by Newark avenue from Baldwin avenue to Sum mit avenue; west by Summit avenue from ; Newark avenue to Pennsylvania Railroad Cut; south by Pennsylvania Railroad Cut from Stvv.rr.it avenue to Baldwin avenue. FOURTH DISTRICT. 699 Newer* avenue:— East by Summit avenue from Pennsylvania [ Railroad Cut to Newark avenue; nor.h by 1 Newark avenue from Summit avenue to Ton ne!© avenue: west by Tonnele avenue from i Newark avenue to’ the Pennsylvania Hail: ad | Cut; south by Pennsylvania Railroad Cut fr.-.ni i Tonnele avenue to Summit avenue. I FIFTH DISTRICT. 768 Newark avtnue:— t East by the Hudson Boulevard from Newark avenue to Hopkins avenue; north by Hopk n* avenue from Hudson Boulevard to T>nneU avenue; west ,by Tonnele avenue from Hopkins avenue to Newark avenue; douth by Newark I avenue from Tonnele avenue to the Hudson Boulevard. SIXTH DISTRICT. 696 Newark avenue:— East by Summit avenue from Newark avenue to Laidiaw avenue; north b7 La id.aw avenue i from Summit avenue to ColiarJ tx.ezi, to Beacon;avenue to ^udsdn. Boulevard; we-rt by Hudson boulevard from Beacon avenue to New ark avenue: south by Newark avenue from Hudson Boulevard to Summit av nue. SEVENTH DISTRICT, 23!s Ido.tr.se ave East by Summit avenue 'ftom Laidiaw ave nue to Manhattan avc-flue; north by Manhattan i avenue from Summit avenue to the westerly j boundary of Jersey City; west, by the wester.y | boundary of Jersey City from Manha'tan ave ; nue produced to ihe Morris and Essex Kali i road; south by the Morris and Essex Rai'rcad i f*>m the westerly boundary of Jersey City to | Tonnele avenue, to Hopkins avenue, to :he j Hudson Boulevard, to Beacon avenue, to Ccl j lard sti*e5t, to Laidiaw avenue, to Summit ave n EIGHTH DISTRICT,. S22 St. Paul's avenue:— | East by Tonnele avenu* from Newark avenue J to the Morris and Essex Railroad; north by j the Morris «.nd Essex RaCroad fiom Tonnela avenue to the Hackensack River; *\vest by t ® ; Hackensack River from the Morris and Es .ex j Railroad to Newark avenue; sou h by Ne.vaik ! avenue from the Habfcens&Sk River to Tonnele • avenue. isioiixi jL/r»r«ix7i, zi Marion place:— East by Garrison avenu$ from Sip avtnre to Tonnele avenue, to Newark avenue; no:th bjr Newark avenue from Tonnele avenue to the Hackensack River; west by the Harkens-*ck River from Newark avenue to Sip av nue; south by Sip avenue from the Hackensack River to Garriscn avenue. ELEVENTH WARD. FIRST DISTRICT, 9 (Mklani avenue:— East by the New Jersey Junction Railroad from Newark avenue to Thirteenth stie t; north by Thirteenth street from New Jersey Junction Railroad to Hoboken avenue, to Sum mit avenue; south by Newark"avenue from Summit avenue to New Jersey Junction Ra.il SECOND DISTRICT. 33 St. Paul's avenue:— East by Hobolcen avenue* from Thirteenth street to Jefferson avenue produced; mirth by Jefferson avenue produced fr;m Kobok n ave nue to Palisade avenue, to Laidlaw avenue. to Baldwin avenbe, to Hopkins avenue, to Oak land avenuet west by Oakland avenue from Hopkins avenue to Kobbken avenue; south by Hoboken avenue from Oakland avenue to Thir teenth street. THIRD DISTRICT. 134 St. Paul's avenue:— East by Oakland avenue from Hobok. n ave nue to Hopkins avenue; north by Hopkins ave nue from Oakland avenue to Summit avenue; west by Summit avenue from Hopkins avenue to Hoboken avenue; south by Hoboken avenue from Summit avenue to Oakland avenue. FOURTH DISTRICT. 90 Central avenue:— East by Baldwin avenue from Hopkins ave nue to Laidlaw avenue; north by Laiilaw ave nue from Baldwin avenue ro Summit avenue; west by Summit avenue from Laidlaw avenue to Hopkins avenue; south by Hopkins avenua from Summit avenue to Baldwin avenue. FIFTH DISTRICT. 165 Oakland avenue:— East by Hcboken avenue from Jefferson ave nue produced to Prospect scree: produced; north by Prospect street produced and Pr speet street from Hoboken avenue to Central avenue, to Manhattan avenue, to Summit avenue; west by Summit avenue from Man hat'an av?nue to Laidlaw' avenue;, south by Laidiaw avenue from Summit avenue to Palisade avenue, to Jefferson avenue and JefferScn avenue pro duced to Hoboken avenue. SIXTH DISTRICT, • 36 Lienau place:— East by Hoboken avenue and Eastern City Line from Prospect street produced to New York avenue; north by New York avenue from Eastern City Line to Ravine avenue and R « vine aye-nue produced to Central avenue; Wts: by Central avenue from Ravine - Srf&fUe pro duced to Prospect street; south* by Prospect street and Prospect street produced from Cen tral avenue to Hoboken avenue. SEVENTH DISTRICT. 333 Palisade avenue:— East by Eastern City Line from New York avenue to Franklin street; north by Franklin street from Eastern City Line to Central ave nue; west by Central avenue from Franklin street to Ravine avenue produced; south by Ravine avenue produced and Ravine avenue from Central avenue to New York avenue, to City Line. EIGHTH DISTRICT, 49 Griffith street:— East by the Easterly City Line from Frank lin street to South street: north by South street from City Line to New York avenue: ■west by New York avenue from South street to Franklin street;* SouUT by Franklin street from New York avenue to the Easterly City T NINTH DISTRICT. 73 Sherman avenue:— East by New York avenue from Franklin street to Griffith street; north by Griffi h street from New York avenue to Hancock ave nue. to Hutton street, to Central avenue; west by Central avenue from Hut:on street to Franklin street; south by Franklin 3treet from Central avenue to New York avenue. TENTH DISTRICT. 187 Webster avenue:— East by New York avenue from Griffith street to South street; north by South street from New York avenue to Hancock avenue; we3t by Hancock avenue frem South street to Griffith street; south by Griffith street from Hancock avenue to New York avenue. ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 77 Griffith street:— Erst by Hancock avenue from Hutton street to South street; north by South street fr ;n Hancock avenue to Central avenue; west by Central avenue from South stre-t to Hutton street; south by Hutton street from Central avenue to Hancock aven-ue. TWELFTH WARD. FIRST DISTRICT. 28 Congress street:— East and north by City Line from South street to Webster avenue; west by Wets e • avenue from the Northern City Line to S uth street: south by South street from Webster avenue to Easterly City Line. SECOND DISTRICT, 97> Congress stieett— East b>- Webster avenue from South street to Northern City Line; north by Northern Cl-y Line from Webster avenue to Cential avenu't west by Central avenue from Northern City Line to South street; south by South street frem Central avenue to Webster avenue. THIRD DISTRICT, 113S Summit avenue:— East by Central avenue from Irving str et to Northern City Line- sort1- by Nor be-n city Line from Ceil1 re 1 avenu- t-IIi't n lo 1-* d: west bV Hudson Boulevard from Northern Cltv Line to Irving street: south by Irving street from Hudson Boulevard to Central ave nue. FOURTH DISTRICT. 467 Central avenue:— East by Central avenue from Bleacher street to Irving street: north by Irving street fr. m Central avenue to Hudson Boulevard; vest b Hudson Boulevard from Irving street io Bleecker street; south by Bleecker street front Hudson Boulevard to Central avenue. FIFTH DISTRICT. 4U Central av, nue:— East by Central avenue from Charles sire t to Bleecker street; north by Bleecker street from Central avenue to Hudson Baulevar ; west by Hudson Boulevard from Ble.cker street to Charles street: south bv Chari a strce: from Hudson Boulevard to Central ave nue. SIXTH DISTRICT. 345 Central avenue:— East by Central avenue fr in Line,In srn>»: •t<t Charles street; north by Charles street troni Central avenue to Hutlson Boulevard; w sc by Hutlson Boulevard from Charles street t > Ltr.c. In street: south by Lincoln street from Hudson Boulevard to Central avenue. SEVENTH DISTRICT, 201 Griffith sireet: East by Central avenue from Sabrlskle str ot to Lincoln street; north by Lino ,in street fiom Central avenue to Hudson Bou'evard; west by Hudson Boulevard from Lincoln street to Za briskle street; south by Zabr:sk;e street fre.a Hudson Boulevard to Central avenue. EIGHTH DISTRICT, 337 Central avenue:— East by Central avenue from Manhattan ave nue to Zabrlekle street; norlh by Zabris’-io street front Central avenue to Hudson Boo. - vard; west bv Hudson Boulevard front Zabr.s kle street to Manhattan avenue; south by Manhattan avenue from Hudson Boulevard to Central avenue. NINTH DISTRICT, 341 Germina avenue:— East by Hudson Boulevard f,. m Manhattan avenue to Bleecker street; north by B ee k r street and Bleecker street produced from Hud son Boulevard to the westerly boundary o' Jersey City; west by the wester'y boundary o. Jersey City from Bleecker street produced io Manhattan avenue produced; south by Man hattan avenue produced and Manhat-an avenue from the westerly boundary of Jersey City to the Hudson Boulevard. TENTH DISTRICT. 126 O-aham street:— East by Hudson Boulevard Bleecker street to Northern City Line; not h by North ern City Line from Hudson Boule'-ard to Western City Line; west by Wes ern City Ida* from Northern City Line to Bleecker street produced; south by Bl-eckor street produced and Bleecker street from Western City Lins to Hudson Boulevard. By order of the .County Board of Election* for Hudson County. AUGUSTUS A, RICH, Chairman. THOMA? U COUGHLIN. Sacra tarr.