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HONEYMOON
MISTAKES
Pitfalls tho Bride May Avoid j
and Little Things She May
Do to Gild the Matri
monial Chains.
DON'T HAVE TOO MANY * OWNS
APARTMENT HOUSES AS EVI
DENCES OF LARGER INCOMES
THAN THE DWELLERS POS
SESS — WHAT A WOMAN
KNOWS.
“It is during the earliest days of the
honeymoon that many young wives make
mistakes, the consequences of which are
likely to affect their whole married life,”
said an observing grandmother to a wri
ter in the Philadelphia Bulletin.
“Early impressions count for a great
deal, and the woman who hag just secur
^ the man of her choice should eare
-tuliy guard against representing herself
.in a doubtful light, either from exuber
ance of spirits or from the feeling that
‘nothing matters now we are married.’
‘To the newly-made bride I would say:
Do not presume upon your new honors to j
constitute yourself your husband’*
teacher, or rather keeper. Often, in a ;
mistaken sense of her fresh respoasibili- J
ties, a wife is apt to assume on the hon- 1
eymoon a playfully dictatorial demeanor
toward her lord. At the boarding house
where they are spending their first holi- j
day together she convulses the male and
disgusts the female residents by her at
titude toward George at meal time.
“ ‘No, dear. You musn’t touch those
pick s. You know pickles are not good
for you.’ And poor George sees the cov
eted condiment placed beyond his reach
as if he were a naughty little boy. Or, ’
‘Now, George^ I cannot allow you to i
smoke any more thin morning- That is -
the second pipe you have had since
breakfast,’
‘The unfortunate man’s smoking ma
terials are playfully annexed by his bet
ter half beneath the scornfully amused
glances of a dozen onlookers. Perhaps
in an ill-judged moment he asserts his
right to choose and think for himself.
There is a scene, and their first quarrel,
when George,, patient, but sore, gives in.
Rut if his wife has scored on this occa
sion, George is already dimly realizing
the meaning of the term 'henpecked.’
“Don’t indulge in semi-public banter
and badinage with your husband. I was
recently visiting at a house where a new
ly wedded couple were staying. The man
was quiet and reserved, hut bis wife was
of quite the opposite temperament, and in
his attitude I could detect the dawn of
impressions concerning his wife for
which she will some day be sorry.
“Her idea of amusing him was to per
petually pester him with frivolous banter,
provoking elaborate answers to the most
trivial observations, and generally, with
gadfly-like persistence, keeping him on
the move, under which treatment he was
obviously ill »t ease, and to which fact
she was sublimely unconscious. TUe day
is not far distant when that young hus
band will shun his wife’s society.
“Don't when he evinces a desire to loaf
contentedly on the beach on some fine
afternoon, show your independence by
marching off for an excursion in com
pany of some one else. Few things dis
illusion a man more than the discovery
that the girl whom he likes to regard as
a tender, clinging plant, Is able and will
v ing to seek her amusement in other so
ciety than his own. It destroys one of
the most cherished illusions he posesscs,
and he is not inapt to retaliate in a man
ner that speedily brings pain and a feel
ing of neglect to the thoughtless wife
even before the honeymoon has waned.
“Don’t expect him to be lavish of his
affection* in society. “George is so nice
when we are by ourselves,’ waile the
young bride, “but when we are with other
people, he treats me as If I were his
maiden aunt.’
“She cannot see, silly woman, that she
has married an average man. who de'ests
making an exhibition of himself, even to
gratify the only woman he love*. And by
the *arm token, she should avoid imitat
ing rhe German manner in this respect,
for. much as the average .American ob
jects to playing the lover before an audi
ence, he detest* infinitely more to be
fondled and called by endearing names
under the same conditions.
It is a great mistake to have too many
Nasal
CATARRH
In tU Its stages them
should be cle&miness.
Ely’s Cream Balm
cleanses, soothes sad heals
the diseased membrane.
Jl cures catarrh and drives
away * cold la the heed
\p. ^aickiv.
Cream Balm is placed Into the nostrils, spreads
Over the membrane and Is absorbed.' Belief is im
mediate and a cure follows. It Is not drying—does
He* prodace sneering. Large Size. JO cents at Drug
gists or by mail; Trial Hue, 10 cents by mail.
BSOTHBHS. 66 Warren Street, Hew Tar*
« ~.‘r :•. r f '
1 W*
nair ren uui ana was Rapidly Be
coming Bald—Tried Many Reme
dies Without Success For Two j
Years—Hair Restored and Speedily I
—1 1 ■ ' * r '
CURED BY CUTICURA
SOAP AND OINTMENT :
!. —•—
“I was greatly annoyed bv dandrufl
for two years. It was so bad that
when I combed my hair large flakes i
would fall from the comb. Tim itching
• of the scalp at times was almost un
bearable. Then my hair began to fall
out, starting at the temples. The hair
grew thin and I was rapidly becoming
bald. Nothing I used gave any relief
until I began to use Cuticura Soap and I
j Ointment. The first week I used them I
they relieved me of the itching scalp,
and after six months’ constant use the
dandruff disappeared, my hair grew -
over the bald spots, and my scalp be-' I
came clean and healthy. '
“For the first two months I sham- |
pooed my head three times a week
with warm water and Cuticura Soap j
and applied Cuticura Ointment after 1
each shampoo. I used five Boxes of
Ointment and seven cakes of Soap,
(signed) Thos. Clement, 123 Mechanic
St., Camden, If. J., May 12, 1905. ’’
TORTURINXliSFIGURING
Humors, Eczemas, and Itchings
Cured by Cuticura.
The agonizing itching and burning
of the skin, as in eczema; the frightful
scaling, as in psoriasis; the loss of hair
and crusting of scalp, as in scalled
head; the facial disfigurement, as in
pimples and ringworm; the awful suf
fering of infants, and anxiety of worn
out parents, as in milk crust, tetter,
and salt rheum—all demand a remedy
of almost superhuman virtues to suc
cessfully cope with them. That Cuti
cura Soap, Ointment, and Pills are
such stands proven beyond all doubt.
nSS>!j£JFw“n>tL“‘i „In,era»1 Treatment lor every
Humor, from Pimple* to Scrofula, from Infancy to Are
contort'-* of Cuticura Soap, 25c., Ointment, 50c. R«ol
If®,** ^(MM *ln 2* ®locoJ*te Coated Hi]*, he. per
▼ial of 60), mar be had of all druggist*. A tingle set often
■SrSiniEd Ki’Tfe* Prop*. Bo.tcn.
Matted Fm, Cora and Blood Hu&uun." i
garments at one time. People who dress
well at a moderate expense never do this.
They have what they need, bestow good
care upon their belongings, and mend
them when necessary; when their clothes
wear out they buy new ones, but they
never care to have relays of garments.
One sometimes reads in the newspapers
of wealthy brides having enormous
trousseaux, fashionable hats, bonnets
and dresses by the score. Such people
are not to be envied. They only possess
what they do not know what to do with.
They cannot wear out their own finery,
and in :be long run other persons—their
maid's or second hand clothes dealers—
are certain to get the reversion thereof.
Fashionable garments very soon get out
of date, and the more "stylish” they were
when new, the more remarkable they
seem when the mode has altered.
So with regard to underclothing. Large
supplies of underclothing are only an
anxiety. They need constant looking
after, or they deteriorate in condition; if
laid away for a long time they may be
come useless, because the figure of their
owner may alter, and they are a grtat
temptation to dishonesty.
At one time notable housewives took
great pride In having stores of under
clothing of various kinds under lock and
key. The fashion has, however, almost
passed away among sensible people, and
with it there has passed away also the
cause of much waste and many disap
pointments.
Yet still good housewives are carefuj
to have a sufficiency of underclothing,
because it is an even greater mistake to
have too few garments of one kind than
to have too many.
People who have exactly what they
require for a change, and no more, al
ways get into difficulties when their
clothes 'begin to wear, because they seem
to be constantly mending or needing to
mend their garments.
And it should be remembered that
linen, cotton, and even flannel wear
longer when they have had an occasional
rest between the periods of service, just
as certainly as they deteriorate in qual
ity through being of no service at ail. '
• * *
So far the only solution to the prob
lem of making a $2.1)00 income produce,
in appearance, a $5,000 manner of liv
ing. has been the apartment house; and
its adoption by "society” has much simi
piified the working out of an answer, to
which each newly made bride instantly
sets herself, says" Good Housekeeping.”
Meanwhile the apartment, evidence as it
is of the complex—the uusimple—life,
continues to improve both conveniently
and esthetically. The narrow plan with
long, dark passageway connecting parlor
and dining room, and "inside" bath and
sleeping rooms, has shortened and broad
ened into the shallow "three-room front”
arrangement, where all the rooms have
outside light and air. The better type
of these structures also provide ail of the
artificial comforts to which the class for
whom they are intended have been ac
customed. Those able to pay for the
luxury may secure surroundings and ac
cessories of parks, courtyards, fountains
and such degree of pretension in archi
tectural treatment, materials, etc., as
mny be best fitted, in the judgment of
the owner, to make his investment a
profitable one.
A clever woman know* that home is
more than half what you make it, and
that the builder of a happy'home is a
success indeed. She knows that .it takes
’ two to prolong a family quarrel, one can
therefore terminate it. She knows that
filling a house with bargains keeps a
couple from owning the houee in which
they place them.r>»be knows that if we
thought all we said we’d be wise, but if
we said all we thought we’d be foolish.
She knows that some people sneer at iove
in a cottage, but love that could wish
1 to live anywhere else is not lore. She
knows that proud people seldom hare
friends. In prosperity they know no
body; in adversity nobody knows them.
She knows that to make long-lived
friendships one must be slow’ in making
'them. Site knows that the Woman who
gains « trifle meanly is meaner than the
trifle. She knows that “ it is less pain to
learn in youth than to be ignorant in old
age.” She knows that if she cannot
throw brightness over her home it is t><%t
not to throw a wet blanket over it., Sh*
knows that the wife who thinks she is
perfect is generally the most imperfect.
The unwise wife may profit by studying
what the wise woman knows.
ROYAL JOKERS.
Monarch* WkMC Hamer Wu Hem
Itremevi Than RelaeS.
Alfonso VI. of Portugal reveled to
practicing so called jokes on his sub
jects, a favorite form of enjoyment be
ing the waylaying and assaulting of
passengers, firing into the coaches of
his nobles and scattering religiords pro
cession* at* the point of the sword.
Charles IX. of Francs had a favorite
trick ofi hiring young thieves to relleVe
his guests as they sat «t table of their
swords and Jewels, “laughing loudly as
he witnessed their success or saw the
unconsciousness of the victims or be
held tHetr surprise and indignation
after they had been despoiled.”
Queen Christina of Sweden was to
her element when she could snatch the
chair away as some dignified official '
or portly court lady was about to take
a seat and found infinite entertainment
to dressing herself as a gallant and
making love in disguise to the young
ladles of the court.
Frederick William L of Prussia used
to spend many hilarious hours at the
Tobacco club, where his chief delight
was to make his guests the butt of his
practical jokes. A favorite victim was
Jacob von Gundllng, an eminent sci
entist, whom on one occasion his maj
esty ordered to read aloud certain
abusive articles about himself which
the king had sent to -the daily papers,
while by his side was' placed a monkey
dressed in exact imitation of the pro
fessor which he was compelled to em
brace as-his brother.
* ___________
FRESH AIR IS LIFE.
Anil It I* Jut as Necessary at Ni*kt
as la tke Daytime.
Air is a life preserver. It is the par
ticular friend of man, and he who bar
ricades the doors and windows against
this life saving friend gives a cordial
invitation to disease and death to en
ter.
Open the doors and windows and let ;
the sunshine in, and let wind blow j
through the rooms every morning, for |
they are disinfectants performing labor
j of a sanitary nature.
Breathe long and deep. Fill the
lungs to their utmost capacity with
pure air several times each day and j
keep the home well ventilated night
; and day, and remember that when
[ night comes os all the air you have in
| or out of the house till the next morn
I tog Is “sight air," aud you cannot bot
| tie day air enough within the sleeping
! room to last through the night, so by
| all means let the air circulate through
! the room and thus keep a fresh sup
| ply of this life giving element con
I stantly with you.
More fresh air is required during
I sleep than when awake, for Increased
quantities of poisonous products are
given off from the lungs and skin at
this time, so each respiration renders
the air in an unventilated room more
unfit to be breathed again.
Keep the windows sufficiently open
so the fresh “night air” can come in
from one side and the impure air can
go out through the other.
Tombstone Inscriptions.
A visitor to the West cemetery at
Litchfield, Conn., found the following
interesting inscriptions on tombstones
there:
“Here lies the body of Mary, wife of
Dr. John Buel, Esq. She died Nov. 4th,
1768, aet. 94, .having had IS children,
101 grandchildren, 274 great-grandchil
dren, 22 great-great-grandchildren; to
tal, 410; 336 survive her.”
Another: “Sacred to the memory of
Inestimable worth of Unrivaled Excel
lence & Virtue, Mrs. Rachel, wife of Je
rome B. Woodruff & daughter of Nor
man & Lois Barber, whose ethereal
parts became a seraph May 24, 1836, In
the 22 y’r of her age.”
Editorial Repartee.
A friend of mine, a London editor,
controls two dally papers and a farm
in Warwickshire. There Is a legend
that the members of his staff who seek
his special graces buy the editor’s eggs.
“Do you know,” one of them, greatly
daring, is reported to have said to him,
“two of your eggs I had yesterday
were not what you might call truly ru
ral?” “Indeed!” said the editor grim
ly. "And that article of yours in yes
terday’s issue didn’t seem to me quite
new laid.”—Illustrated London News.
Lore’i Commandments.
L Thou shalt have no other love
but me. 2. Trust me all in all or not
at all. 3. Thou shalt'not dull me with
satiety. 4. Wound me not with cruel
words. 5. Thou shalt not bind me
with fetters. 6. Guard me as the Jew
el of thy seul, for once lost I can
never be regained. 7. Thou shalt not
mistake thy fancies for me.—Philadel
phia Bulletin.
The Benefit of Contrast.
"Do you think that industry is essen
tial to happiness?”
“A little is,” answered the easy go
ing person. "If a man had never done
auy work he would never realise how
much comfort there is in having none
i to da”—Washington Star.

All For Him.
“Your fiancee seems hs have a will
| of her own.”
“Yes, and sometimes I half regret
that I’m the sole beneficiary.”—Phila
delphia Press.
Ifi the Family.
j “That watch he carries was his great
| grandfather’s.”
j “Indeed! His great-grandfather’s? I
: know I’ve often seen it at his uncle’s.”
—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Ko Advantage.
Kwoter—You know they say, "One
touch of nature makes the whole world
kin.” Grumbfell—Yes, but most of us
continue to be poor relations.—Phila
delphia Ledger,
“Children Teething,
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should
; always be used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, al
lays all pain; cures wind colic, and is the
best remedy for dlarrhoe. Twenty-five
cents a bottle.
’ r 1
BOARD OK STREET AND WATER I
COMMISSIONERS.
Official Proceedings.)
(Continued.)
Tossed September 5th. 1905. Order
! ing paid the following claim:—
r $8.37 to Collins, l.avery & Co., claim
% 307. f . ;;
Charge.special street account, August.)
1005, supplies. . i i
From the'same Board:*-—' j
_ Transmitting resolution passed by said
Board! September 22. 1965. and approved
| by the Mayor September 28. 1905!-—
I Resolved. That the Board of Finance
hereby concurs iu the following resoin
j tion, adopted by the Roard of Street and
j Water Commissioners September 11th,
1905, as follows, to' wit:—
.Ordering paid the following claims:—
$72.50 to John Dunne, claim No. 170.
$75.00 to Jas. Carlin, claim No. 309.
j $13.70 to Jersey City Supply Co, claim
No. 1572.
$342,150 to Union Printing Co., claim
I No. 412.
§.00 to C. Shine, claim No. 730.
.00 to Albert Losel. claim No. 201.
.00 to Patrick Finnertv, claim No.
, 205.
$10.40 to United Elec. Co. claim No.
, 410.
$40.42 to Edw. O’Donnell, claim No.
i 239
$48.30 to Jersey City Supply Co.,
claim No. 1570.
Charge water account A. and E.
$6.01 to Jersey City Supply Co., claim
No. 1569.
$60.87 to Collins, La very & Co., claim
No. 306. ;£
$10.00 to Alex-Hamili. claim No. 668.
Charge water* account P. and R.
From the same Board:— „
Transmitting resolution passed by said
Board September 22. 1905, and approved
by the Mayor September 28. 1905:—
Resolved, That the Board of Finance
hereby concurs iu the following resolu
tion, adopted by the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners September 28th,
1905, as,-follows, to wit:—
Ordering paid the following claims:—
. .$14.50 to Union Printing Co., claim
No. 404.
$4.10 to Union Printing Co., claim
No. 402.
$80.75 to Union Printing Co., claim
No. 400.
$4.75 to Union Printing Co., claim
No. *105.
$49.50 to Union Printing Co., claim
No. 401.
$125.85 to Union Printing Co., claim
No. 403.
$336.00 to Rensselaer Mfg. Co., claim
No. 319.
$222.00 to Rensselaer Mfg. Co., claim
No. 320.
Charge water account A. and E.
From the same Board:—
Transmitting resolution passed by said
Board September 22. 1905, aud approved
by the Mayor September 28. 1905:—
Resolved. That the Board of Finance
hereby concurs in the following resolu
tion, adopted by the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners, as follows, to wit:
Passed September 5th, 1905.
That $500.00 be paid to John Nolan on
account of contract No. 1465 for repav
ing of Grand street from Mill Creek to
Communipaw avenue.
Charge Grand street repaving.
From the same Board:—
Transmitting resolution passed by said
Board September 22. 1905. and anprored
by the Mayor September 28, 1905:—
Resolved, That the Board of Finance
hereby concurs in the following resolu
tion adopted by the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners September 18th,
1905, as follows, to wit:—
That the specifications presented by
the Chief Engineer on this date for the
improvement of Monmonth street from
Grand street to Coiden street be and are
the Clerk of thi« Board is hereby direct*
hereby adopted and ordered filed, and
ed to advertise for proposals in con
formity therewith.
Gentlemen—I beg to report that the
Commissioners of Assessments have filed
with me on this date their assessment
maps and reports as follows:—
(II. Final assessment map and report
for the improvement of Smith street, be
tween Bergen avenue and its easterly
terminus.
(2). Preliminary assessment map and
report for the construction of a sewer
in Hudson Boulevard, from the Sand
ford Place sewer at Zabriskie street un
der the easterly sidewalk of the Hudson
Boulevard to connect with the sewer in
Manhattan avenue at the Boulevard;
also an 18-inch pipe sewer in Sherman
Place, from a point 285 feet east of Hud
son Boulevard to connect with sewer to
be built .in Hudson Boulevard.
Respectfully submitted.
GEO. T. BOUTON,
Clerk.
Received and ordered filed.
REPORTS OF CHIEF ENGINEER.
The Chief Engineer reported certifi
cates in favor of the following:—
Henry Byrne, $3,081.04, on account of
contract No. 1469.
Henry Byrne. $1,000, on account of
contract No. 1387.
J. Roosevelt Shanley, $1,500, on ac
count of contract No. 1461.
J. Roosevelt Shanley. $3,000, on ac
count of contract No. 1467.
J. H. & R. Shannon Co., $500, on ac
count of contract No. 1480.
•J. H. & R. Shannon Co.. $3,500, on ac
count of contract Ny. I486.
John Nolan, $388.25, on account of
contract No. 1432.
Fagan Iron Works, $168.57, on ac
count of contract No. 14$6.
Uvalde Asphalt Paving Co., $1,000, on
account of contract No. 1484.
Philip Tumulty. Jr., $500, on account
of contract No. 1466.
From the same Officer:—
Submitting specifications, plan, profile
and section for the construction of a
sewer in Collard street, from south of
Spruce street to a new street about fifty
(50) feet north and parallel with Erie
tunnel, and in said new street as afore
said to the easterly sidewalk of the Hud
son Boulevard, and under the easterly
sidewalk of the Hudson Boulevard u,
connect with sewer at St. Paul’s avenue;
also sewer in said new street, from
Bevan street to connect with sewer to be
built in Collard street.
From the same Officer;—
Submitting specifications for the re
construction and construction of a relief
sewer in Newark avenue, from Summit
avenue to Germania avenue, and in Ger
mania avenue to Van Winkle avenue,
and in Van Winkle avenue to Tonuele
avenue,
j Received and referred to their appro
j priate committees.
PRESENTATION OF CLAIMS.
The following claims were presented:
Eugene Hagan. $75.
B. M. Gerardin. $25. .
John Brownlee $100.
John Boyd ‘f M f
Frank SlcDernmtt,1. $100.
! John Hart, $00. xi.:
M. G. Lennon. $78.
Fred’k Uoedor. $18.
James F. McKee. $100. >is*
Bernard Garvey, $78.
Philip Tumulty, .Jr.. $313.20.
Jersey City Supply Co., $21.30. $21.
91. $9. $0. $10.10, $2.50.
C. J. Button, $(5.
John Rowe, $78.
C. D. Shine, $5.
Albert I.osel. $5.
Patrick Finnerty, $5.
John Dunne, $70.
O. C. Stringhnm. $75, $50.
Edward O’Donnell, $153.
Wm. Beltield, $78.
United Elec. Co. N. J., $11,705.
Patrick McGovern, $75. •
I Barber Asphalt Paving Co., $91.50.
( John Tully. $0.
John Mouneey, $0.
Union Printing Co., $7.20, $11.85.
: It. D. Wood & Co., $42.19.
| P. Ginnovau, $22.
A. P. Smith Mfg. Co., $447.90, $92.40,
j $447,96.
X. V. and X, J Telephone Co, $20,75.
$75.00, $76.80, i
.lames McDonald. $11.40.
Daniel McDonald. $6.50.
'Reach & Bray estate, $200.
Jersey City Xews. $10.50, *16.80. $»*.. |
70. $25.80, S10.no, 15.00. $15.00, $J8.S0„ i
$1S.dO. $11.70, $14.10, $19.50. $19.20.
$28.10. $27.00, $21.00. $18.00. , *20.10.
$20.70." $11.70, $22.50. $17.40, $25.20,.
$14.80. ‘ n
Payrolls-^Laborers on sewers and,
basins, $ 1,274.
Laborers oh paved streets, $1,791.25. 5
■ Laborers repairing over street open
ings. $400.00.
Belleville and High Service, $495.00.
Employees op meters, $785.00.
Laborers laying and repairing water
pipes, $4,500.25.
Deceived and referred to their appro
priate committees.
REPORTS OF STANDING COM
MITTEES.
The Committee on Streets and Sewers
reported on certificates of Chief Engineer
in favor of the following:—
Uvalde Asphalt Paving Co., $1,000.
00, on account of contract No. 1484.
3■ H. & R. Shannon Co.. $500.00, on
account of contract No. 1480.
J. H. & It. Shannon Co.. $3,500.00, on
account of contract No. I486.
John Nolan, $388.25, on account of
contract No. 1432.
Henry Byrne. $3,081.04, on account of
contract No. 1409.
Henry Byrne, $1,000,00, on account of
contract No. 1387.
; Eagan Iron‘Works, $108.57, on ac
count of contract No.- 1430.
J. Roosevelt Shanley. $3,000.00, on ac
count of contract No. 1467.
Also on claims of:-—Euseue Hagan.
$75.00: Alex. Hammil, $487.00; James
i FI McKee. $100.00.
Payrolls—Laborers on sewers and ba
sins, $1,274.00.
Laborers on paved streets, $1,791.25.
Laborers on repairing over street open
ings. $400.00, as correct.
From the same Board:—
Transmitting resolution passed by said
Board September 30, 1905, and approved
by the Mayor September 30, 1905:—
Resolved, That the Board of Finance
hereby concurs in the following resolu
tion, adopted by the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners September 25th,
1905. as follows, to wit:—
Whereas the City Solicitor has filed
for this city a bill of complaint in the
Court of Chancery of this State against
Patrick H. Flynn and the Jersey City
Water Supply Co., asserting that‘the
city has exercised its option under the
contract of February 28th, 1899. be
tween the city and Patrick H. Flynn,
and elected to purchase the water sup
ply works and plant with the appurte
nances for the sum of seven million
five hundred and ninety-five thousand
dollars ($7,595,000), and further assert
ing that said water works are not yet
completed according to contract and de
manding that the defendants complete
the same, and further stating that the
city has accepted the plant as it now
stands and is ready to take over the
same, but demanding that in that event
the company shall submit to such deduc
tions from the contract price as shall be
suffieieiit to meet the costs of a substan
tial compliance with the contract; there
fore
Resolved, hat the said action of the
City Solicitor be and the same is here
by ratified and confirmed.
From the same Board:—
Transmitting resolution passed by said
Board September 22. 1905. and approved
by the Mayor September 28. 1905:—
Resolved. That the Board of Finance
hereby concurs in the following resolu
tion adopted by the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners June 5, 1905, as
follows, to wit:—
Resolved. That, by and with the con
currence of the Board of Finance, the
report of the Committee on Streets and
Sewers, upon the application in writing
of D. A. Bishop and others presented to
this Board on the 18th da v of February,
1902. for the repaving of Bergen avenup
with asphalt pavement from Fairmount
avenue to Communipaw avenue, con
formably to the provisions of Section 3
of Chapter 134 of the Laws of 1891. be
and the same is hereby accepted by this
Board, which hereby declares its deter
mination to make said improvement un
less at or before the time hereafter to
be appointed for hearing parties in rela
tion thereto a remonstrance shall be pre
sented to this Board signed by the own
ers of property liable to more than one
half the assessment therefor, and that
the Commissioners of Assessment, with
the aid and assistance of the Bureau of
Survey, be and are hereby directed to
make and report to this Board an esti
mate of the quantity and kind of exca
vation and filling and amount of work
to be done, and of materials to be fur
nished for the making and completion
of the said improvement, and that upon
the filing of such report the Clerk of this
Board shall advertise for proposals for
doing such work and furnishing such
materials in manner and for the length of
time required by law.
From the same Board:—
Transmitting resolution passed by said
Board September 22. 1905. and approved
by the Mayor September 28. 1905:—
Resolved. That the Board of Finance
hereby concurs in the following resolu
tion. .adopted by the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners September 28th,
.1905, as follows, to wit:—
That the plans and specifications pre
sented by the Chief Engineer on this
date for the establishment of a play
ground upon reservoir Np. 3 be and are
hereby adopted and ordered filed.
From the same Board:—
Transnfitting resolution passed bv said
Board September 22, 1905. and approved
by the Mayor September 28. 1905:—
Resolved. That the Board of Finance
hereby concurs in the following resolu
tion. adopted by the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners, as follows, to wit:
Passed September 5. 1905. Awarding
to the Uvalde Asphalt Paving Co. the
contract for the improvement of Ege
avenue between West Side avenue and
Mallory avenue.
Estimated cost. $9,824.32; on city,
$4.57.
From the same Board:—
Transmitting resolution passed by said
Board September 22. 1905. and approved
by the Mayor September 28. 1905:—
Resolved. That the Board of Finance
hereby concurs in the following resolu
tion. adopted by the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners ns follows, to wit:
Septembr 18. 1905. That tli specifica
tions presented by the Chief Engineer
on this date for the repaving of Bergen
avenue from Communipaw avenue to
Fairmount avenue be and are hereby
adopted and ordered filed, and tlio Clerk
of this Board is hereby directed to ad
vertise for proposals in conformity
therewith.
From the same Board:—
Transmitting resolution passed by said
Board September 22, 1905. and approved
by the Mayor September 28. 1905:—
Resolved. That the Board of Finance
hereby concurs in the following resolu
tion. adopted bv tbe Board of Street and
Wa er Commissioners, as follows, to wit:
Passed September 5. 1905. Awarding
to the Uvalde Asphalt Paring Co: the
contract for the improvement of Yale
avenue between West Side avenue and
Mi Mory avenue.
Estimated cost, $9,875,56: on city,
$3.50.
Received and mdyrtyl; filed.
From tlie Wharfinger:—
Submitting a statement of moneys re
ceived as Wharfinger of Morgan Street
Dock for month of September, 1905.
Received and ordered filed.
FROM THE CLERK.
Jersey City. Sept. 28. 1905.
Hon. Board of Street and Water Com
missioners:—
Application of Georg:' Wellielm and
others for the improvement of Milton
avenue, between Lincoln street and Bow
ers street. Favorable.
Application of Jacob Diehl and others
for the construction cf a sewer in Van
Winkle avenue, from Tonne'e avenue
westward to its terminus. Favorable.
Application of Thomas F. Meatiey and
ill v ' SMS I US
others imprnvemettf of Eii;::tln>(h
I street, frqjti Waldo avenue to Chestnut
avenue. Favorable
Appbgafiqtr: 8£. Daniel E. C ear;, for
the openiujFtiirUTextension of WiWijfSOtt,
tt+ietiite. frqrJFfts pfe-ent westerly teirSiji-,
i us (o Jncks$i: avenue, and for the •m-*
ptovemenl y>t Wilkinson avenue, front
<Oee3n nvcivife to Jackson avenue. Fa- :
voruhjde. -tB ;
'Ptie reports \4ere accepted.
The Commit t<L on Municipal Lighting I
’ reported on flaltn of John Boyd. $100, I
■as correct. “ •’
The report ^was accepted.
The CoininfttdAon Pumping and Bes- !
ervoirs reporkedJBii pay roll, Belleville ,
and I Ugh? S<jni<«B$49r>. as confctA -■ :
The report was accepted. , '
The Committee on Assessments and I
Extensions reported on certificates of ’
Chief Engineer in favor of the following:
Philip Tumulty, .Jr.. $500, on account
of contract No. 146(1.
J. Roosevelt Situ nicy. $1,500, on ac
count of contract No. 1401.
Also on claims of:—Bernard Gannon,
$343.00; Bernard Gannon, $173.50;
Philip Tumulty, Jr„ $813.20.
Payroll^—Employees on meters, $785.
Laborers laying and repairing water
pipes. $4,506.25, as correct.
Tlte reports were accepted.
The Ccunmittee on Public Buildings,
Docks and Parks reported on claims of:
—Frank McDermott. $100.00: John
Hart; $t®.fl0: /John Brownlee, $100.00;
B. M. Gerfrdin, $25.00, as .correct.
Tite reports were accepted.
MOTIONS AND RESOLUTIONS.
The Opnuuittec on Streets and Sewers
presented the following:— > i
Resolved. That the contract.for the.im
provemerii of Third street, from Bruns
wick street to its westerly terminus, con
formably to tlte provisions of Ohapter i
217 of th'e Laws of 1895, be awarded to
Henltry Byrne at the prices named in his
bid, namely, 98 per cent, of the standard,
he being thfc lawets’ bidder for the whole j
work, unless at or before the time to be
fixed to hear parties in relation thereto, j
a remonstrance against the said improve
ment shall be presented to the Board of
Street and Water Commissioners signed
by the owners of property liable to more
than one-half the assessment therefor,
and
Resolved. That the Commissioners of
Assessment, with the aid and assistance
of the Bureau of Survey’, be and are
hereby directed to make and file in tlte
office of tlte Clerk of thip Board a prelim
inary sketch based upon this award of
contract and showing the amount of ma
terials etsimated as necessary to com
plete said improvement, the probable to
tal cost of said improvement, and the
probable amount to be assessed on prop
erty specially benefited thereby, and that
when said map shall have been so pre
pared and filed the Clerk of this Board
is hereby directed to give such public no
tice of hearing to he thereafter given
thereon as is required by the provisions
of the act heretofore cited.,
Resolved. That the contract for the
eowtrsuetura of a sewer in West Side
avenue from a point 10 feet south of the
Fisk street, etc., 'drainage area to con
nect with Swampy Creek sewer; also
modification of grade made necessary
for sewerage purpose, conformably to the
provisions of chapter 217 of the Laws of
1895. be awarded to P. Connelly at the
prices named in his bid, namely. 94 per
cent., he being the lowest bidder for the
whole work, unless at or before tlie time
to be'fixed to hear parties in relation
there to a remonstrance against the said
improvement shall be presented to the
Board of Street and Water Commis
sioners signed by the owners of property
liable to more than one-half the assess
ment therefor, and
Resolved, That the Commissioners of
Assessment, with the aid and assistance
of the Bureau of Survey, he and are
hereby directed to .make and file in the
office of the Clerk of this Board a pre
liminary sketch based upon this award
of contract and showing the amount of
materials estimated as necessary to
complete said improvement, the probable
total cost of said improvement and the
probable amount to oe assessed on prop
erty specially benefitted thereby, and
that when said map shall have been so
prepared and filed the Clerk of this
Board is hereby directed to give such
public notice of hearing to be thereafter
given thereon, as is required by the pro
vision of the act heretofore cited.
Resolved. That the report of the Com
mittee ou Streets and Sewers, upon the
application iu writing of Jacob Diehl
and others, presented to this Board oil
the 2nd day of October, 1905, for the
construction of a sewer in Van Winkle
avenue from Tonneie avenue westward
to its terminus, and thence produced or
extend to such point and in such manner
as the proper eity authorities may de
termine. in accorlance with the provis
ions of Chapter 217 of the Laws of 1895,
be and the same is hereby accepted by
this Board, which hereby declares its de
termination to make said improvement
unless at or before the time for hearing
in relation thereto hereafter to be ac
corded to parties in interest, a remon
strance shall lie presented to this Board
signed by the owners of property liable
to more than one-half the assessment
therefor, and that the Chief Engineer,
with tlie aid and assistance of the Bu
reau of Survey, be and is hereby direct
ed to make and report to this Board
specifications describing the location and
character of such improvement, together
with an estimate of the quantity and
kind of excavation and filling and amount
of work to be done and of the materials
to be furnished for the making and com
pletion of the said improvement, and that
upon filing and adoption thereof the
Clerk of this Board shall advertise for
proposals for doing such work and fur
nishing such materials in manner and
for the length of time required by law.
Resolved, That the report of Commit
tee on Streets and Sewers, upon tlie ap
plication. ill writing, of Thomas F. Mea
ne.v and others, presented to this Board
on tlie 2d day of October. 1905, for flic
Improvement of Elizabeth street, from
Waldo avenue to Chestnut avenue, in
accordance with the provisions of Chap
ter 217 of the Laws of 1895, be and the
same is hereby accepted by this Board,
which hereby declares its determination
to make said improvement, unless at or
before tlie time for hearing in relation
thereto, hereafter to be accorded to par
ties in interest a remonstrance .shall be
presentd to this Board, signd by the own
ers of property liable to more than one
half tlie assessment therefor, and that
the Chief Engineer, with tlie aid and
assistance of the Bureau of Survey, be
and is hereby directed to make and
report to this Board specification describ
ing the location and character of sneh
improvement, together with an estimate
of tiie quantity am! kind of excavation
and filling and amount' of Work to be
done, and of the materials t,o be fur
nished for the making and completion
of the said improvement, and that upon
the filing and adoption thereof the Clerk
of tliis Board shall advertise for propo
sals for doing sneh work and furnishing
such materials in manner and for the
length of time required by law.
Resolved. That tlie report of tlie Com
mittee on Streets and Sewers, upon the
application, in writing, of George Wil
helm and others, presented to this Board
on the 2d day of October. 1905, for tlie
improvement of Milton avenue, between
Lincoln street and Bowers street, in
accordance with the provisions of Chap
ter 217 of the Laws of 1895, be and the
same is hereby adopted by this Board,
which hereby, declares its determination
to make said improvement, unless at or
before the time for hearing in relation
thereto hereafter to be accorded to par
ties in interest a remonstrance shall be
presented to this Board- signed by tin
owners of property liable to more than
one-half tlie assessment therefor, and
that the Chief Engineer, with the aid
and assistance of the Bureau of Sur
i vey be and is hereby directed to make
;umI rcjn rt tq this. Board specifications
describing the location nrid character of
s!•■'■!< itiquan enjeur...together witUt.au es-A
to-oai^of thwtquknmv and Riud .sf, oxca-J
vniioifianri nod amount 'wfettorka
’Taffis io| ..i inatcriaRjffio hog
■taf:id.eeqofe; (he making and coinfts'tlonS
of Ho- said improvement, and thoif upon.*
tiling and adoption .Ahcreof.lhe (,'idrk of J
this Jbtattfiw.t.jpy J'fveriis* for projMisals
for donigViden wm-lPum] furni.4hing ,»neh ’■
materStrsd'tB^tnaffncl*2 ail'd Tor “the length ■!
of time required by, la\y.
IfCsolired, Tltaj ’tie report of the Com
mittee mi 8treels and Sewers, upon the
application, in writing, of Daniel E.
Cleary, presented to this Board on the
2d day of October. 1905, for the opeuiiig
Vtutt extension of Wilkinson avenue, fffeni
its present westerly terminus to Jackson
avenue, and for the improvement, of
Wilkinson avenue, from Ocean avenue
to Jackson avenue, in accordace with
the provisios of chapter 28!) of the Laws
of 1S95, be and the same is hereby ac
cepted by this Board, which hereby de
clares that it favors the making of said
improvement and the said matter be and
the same is hereby referred to the Com
missioners of Assessments and Chief En
gineer, he being a discreet surveyor not
interested in said improvement, for pro
cedure according to law. and that when
said Chief Engineer shall have filed with |
this Board specifications describing the
location and character of such improve
ment. together wifli ,fit estimate if the
quantity iitld’ kind of excavation and
tilliug*am) amount of. work to be done
i and of tile materials to be furnished Tor
the proper making and completion of !
the said improvement, and the same
shall have been adopted, the Clerk of this.
Board is hertAi.v directed t<t advertise for
proposals fori dtoing such Work and fur
nishing such materials in tire manner antf
far the length of time, .required by law.
Resolved. That permission be and is
hereby granted to Michael J. McGratlt
to remove building now situate Blodi
2043, Lots 5, <i and 7. Nos. 297-301 I’al
cific avenue, to Block 2043, Lots 21 and
22, Nos. Pacific avenue, the
route to be taken in the removal of the
same to be southerly along Pacific ave
nue and along which said route the pro
cess of removal must be proceeded with
diligently and wholly completed within
fifteen (15) days, else this permission
will cease to be of effect and the build
ing will be treated as an illegal obstruc
tion on street; and provided the affected
trolley and electric companies shall have
filed with the Clerk of the Board a
statement that their rights have been
conserved and when further report has
been made to that officer that no shade
trees will be destroyed or injured.
Provided there shall be first filed with
the Permit Clerk a certificate of the
City Collector that all taxes and assess
ments on property upon which said
building is situate have been paid and
a like certificate from the Water Regis
trar that all water rents and charges
thereon have been paid; and provided
further, that a bond in the sum of five
hundred ($500) dollar* be first filed with
the Permit Clerk to indemnify the City
and the public against all damages that
may be caused by said removal: and
further provided that any and all local
laws pertaining to the removal of build
ings shall be complied wita.
Resolved, That permission be and is
hereby granted to Johu F. Nagle to re- j
move building now situate Block 773. i
Lot 23, No. 108 Hancock avenue, to
Block 773. Lot 10, No. 142 Hancock
avenue, the route tp be taken in the rt» ]
moval of the same to be along Hancock
avenue and along which said route the
process of removal must be proceeded
with diligently and wholly completed
within fifteen (13) days, else this permis
sion will cease to be of effect and the
building will be treated as an illegal
obstruction on street: and provided that
the affected trolley and electric com
panies shall have filed with the Clerk
of the Board a statement that their
rights hav been conserved, and when a
further report has been made to the ef
fect that no shade trees will be destroy
ed or injured. '
IToviued there shall be first filed with
the Permit Clerk a certificate of the
City Collector that all taxes and assess- j
ments on property upon which said
building is situate have teen paid and
a like certificate from the Water Regis
trar that ail water rents and charges
thereon have been paid: and provided
further that a bond in the sum of five
hundred ($500) dollars be first filed with
the Permit Clerk to indemnify the City
and the public against all damages that
may be caused by said removal, and fur
ther provided that auy and all local
laws pertaining to the removal of build
ings shall be complied witn.
Resolved. That the plan, profile and
specifications presented on' this date by
the Chief Engineer for the construction
of a sewer in Collard street, from south
of Spruce street to a new- street about
30 feet north and parallel with Erie
Tunnel and in suid new street as afore
said to the easterly sidewalk of the Hud
son Boulevard; and under the easterly
sidewalk of the Hudson Boulevard to
connect with sewer in St. Patti’s avenue,
also sewer in said new street, from
Bevan street, to connect with sewer to
he built in Collard street, be and are
hereby adopted and ordered filed, and
the Clerk of this Board directed to ad
vertise for proposals in conformity
therewith.
Resolved, That permission be and is
hereby granted to the Helping Hand As
sociation to hold open air religious meet
ings on the various streets and avenues
of the city, and the various comers
thereof, particularly upon the corner of
Sussex and Washington streets, subject
to such reasonable regulations as the
police authorities may desire to estab
lish.
Resolved. That an extension of time
of 182 days he and is hereby granted to
the contractor on construction of sewer
in Baldwin avenue, etc., he having peti
tioned for such extension, and the Chief
Engineer having approved of same.
Resolved, That an extension of time
of 33 days be and is hereby granted to
the contractor on the improvement of
Myrtle avenue, he having petitioned for
such extension and the Chief Engineer
having approved of same.
At this stage Commissioner Rooney re
tired.
t -
Resolved, That all proceedings taken
upon the basis of application of Jacob
Diehl and others for tlte construction of
a sewer in Van Winkle avenue, from
Tonnele avenue to its westerly terminus,
etc., presented to this Board on the 22d
day of May. 1905, cease, and that no
proceedings be hereafter taken upon the
basis of said petition.
Resolved. That the work under con
tract No. 1432. for the improvement of
Bartholdi avenue, from Hudson Boule
vard to Morris Canal, by John Nolan,
contractor, be and the same is hereby
accepted as completed, and that the
Chief Engineer he and is hereby direct
ed to file with the Commissioners of As
sessments a statement showing the en
tire cost of said improvement, and that
thereupon said Commissioners of Assess
ments shall proceed to prepare and sub
mit an assessment map ami report tot
said improvement, conformably to the
provisions of Section 5 of Chapter 217
of the Laws of 195.
Resolved. That one Special Improve
ment Certificate for three hundred at id
eighty-eight and 25-100 ($388.25) Dollars
he .drawn in favor of John Nolan, final
for work done and materials furnished
oil account of contract No. 1432. con
formably to Chapter 217 of the Laws
of 1893, for improvement of Bartholdi
avenue, from Hudson Boulevard to Mor
ris Canal.
Resolved, That Special Improvement
certificates for one thousand ($1,000.00)
dollars be drawn in favor o£ Henry
(To be Continued.)
;<i ;i;< T.\ I, AI ASTEIfH .SALE—IX CHANCE *
ui New Jersey.
I
"at two o’clock In the afternoon of said da
*-}. my office. No. 1 Exchange place. In n
Uty of Jersey city, all and singular the lar.,
and premises hereinafter de»crf!i#. that l»
'lesi«n«ted as lots number)
twenty-three till, tweniv-fnne nt\
fjf0.™ sold by the salt Mary A. Oliver in hi
liretlme; thence running northwesterly all
parallel or nearly so with Van Nostrand pla4
one hundred and etKhty-flve and el*1lty-sev4
hundredths feet <1*5.87 ft.) to line of lot nuts
bhr twenty-six , (26): thence southwesterly art
parallel with Garfield av«nu*» to the nortl
easterly line of Van Nostrand place; then<
northwesterly along said line of Van Nostras
ptoce one hundred feet to the dividing lit
h$fween lots number twentytwo (22) and twe*
ty-Three (23) on said map; thence northeasts!
ly along said dividing line and dividing lil
« umbera thirty-seven (ZT> and thirtl
eight (38) two hundred and sixteen and thirtl
seven hundredths (215.37) feet more or less I
the southwesterly line of Armstrong place
thence southeasterly along said line of Arm
Place one hundred and seventy-fl*
I feet to the point or place of beginning
arL« ,al1 1,111 two tots of the same laTi
which was conveyed to the said Mary A
Oliver bv Matthew A. Van Winkle and gamut
T. Hubbard, Jr., executors of the last wi!
and testament of Emma Van Winkle, deceai
eu. by deed bearing date the twenty-eighfl
day of July. 1887. and recorded In the Hudsoi
County Register’s office on the 29th day o
July- 1S87, in Book 442 of Deeds for tali
County, pages 475. &c. Including the esta$
and Interest Inohoate and interest in dower d
the defendant Marguerite A. Oliver In the sajj
premises, including also tbe estate as tenan
by curtesy of the said Henry G«rfol3 Julian
together with all and singular the heredit*
ments and appurtenances to the said premise
belonging or In anv wise appertaining.
Dated September 14th. A. D. 1905. I
M. T. ROSENBERG.
Special Maatsr*
PUBLIC NOTICE—NOTICE IS HEREB1
J.iven that on the 5th day of September
1905, application was made to the Board q
Street and Water Commissioners by the Jer
•sey City, Hoboken and Pateraon 8treet Rail
way Company for certain connections betveeei
its tracks as follows:—
A. Between Eighteenth street and Grov?
street, south of Eighteenth street.
B. Between Eighteenth street and Grov*
street, north of Eighteenth street.
C. Between east and west tracks In Grov<
street, north of Eighteenth street.
D. Between northerly track in Newark av»
nue west of Grove street, and single track li
Grove street north of Newark avenue.
E. Between single track in Grove strea'
north of Newark avenue, and a track connect;
ing with the northerly track in Newark ave
nue east of Grove street.
F. Between westerly track in Summit ave
nue and companies’ property on easterly sidi .
of Summit avenue.
G. Between single track in Franklin street
south of Central avenue, and southerly tracl
in Central avenue, east of Franklin street,
H. Between single track in Central av«nu<
west of Franklin street, and track describe!
as “G” on map attached to petition; and o*
the same date similar applications were mad«
by the North Jersey Street Railway CompanJ
as follows:—
First. For permission to construct, ope rat!
and maintain an electric service street rail
way track in Bay View avenue with eonne®
tions to track now in West Side avenue.
Second. For permission to make certain con*
nections between its tracks as fdllows:—
A. An extension of the southerly track 11
Jackson avenue.
B. A curve and stem of a Y connection
from a point in the northerly track in Jackson
avenue, east of Stevens avenue, to a point it
Stevens avenue north of Jackson avenue.
C. Between the proposed extension of th»
southerly track in Jackson avenue from |
point west of Stevens avenue described as "B"
on map attached to petition.
D. Between the northeasterly track In Cora*
munipaw avenue, southwest of Grand street,
and the southerly track in Grand street east
of Communipaw avenue.
E. Between the southerly track in Oceatf
avenue east of Gates avenue and the props
ertv of the petitioners on the northerly sidl
of Ocean avenue.
F. Between the northerly track In Gran<
street west of Henderson street, and the west!
crlv track in Henderson street north of Qran4
street.
G. Between the track deeribed a* *'F’* og
map attached to petition and the seutherl*
track in Grand street east of Henderson
street.
H. Between the northerly track In Grand
street east of Jersey avenue and the singlf
Track in Jersey avenue north of Grand street
I. Between the southerly track In Grand
street east of Prior street and the singe tract
in Prior street north of Grand street.
J. Between the westerly track In Bergen ave*
nue north of Montgomery street and the north*
f>rly track in Montgomery street west of Ber*
gen avenue.
Permission is also requestedby said North
Jersey Street Railway Company to install tw*
tharging boxes on the outer side or the east*
erlv and westerly tracks in Gates avenul
north of Ocean avenue.
•All the foregoing are more particularly
shown and described on the maps attached ;•
each of said applications now on file in tn*
office of the Clerk of the Board of Street an«t
Water Commissioners at the City Hall, and
open to the inspection of the public.
Permission is also requested by said North
panics to erect the necessary poles, string th%
necessary wires and operate said tracks by
electricity.
Notice is also given that on Monday, Septem*
bre 25, 1905. at 2 o’clock P. M., in the Assem
bly Chamber of the City Hall, a public hear
ing will be accorded by the Board of Street
and Water Commissioners to all parties in In
terest who may desire to be heard.
By order of the Board of Street and Water
Commissioners.
GEO. T. BOTrTr>N.
Clerk.
AN ORDINANCE FOR THE RELIEF OF
Joseph H. McGuiness in construction of
bay windows.
The Mayor and Aldermen of Jersey City, by
the Board of Street and Water Commissioners,
for and on behalf of the municipality of said
city do ordain as follows:—
Section 1. That Josepij H. McGuiness be
and Is hereby granted permission to construct
and maintain bay windows on building to be
erected by him at the southwest corner of
Clendenny avenue and West Side avenue,
which bay windows may project beyond th*
building line of Clendenny avenue two feet,
six inches (2 ft., fi in.l and may extend from
the first story to the roof of said building, any
Xirdinance to the contrary not withstanding.
The work to be done under the supervision
of the Inspector of Buildings.
Section 2. The ordinance granting this privi
lege to be of full force and effect for a period
of ten (fib years, and thereafter until such
time as this Board or its legally authorized
successors may order the same removed
Soot inn and expense incident to
theyTrttroductk>n. passage and publication of
this onanano* shall be paid by *be applicant
for same/ and dftieh amount therefore as
timated 1 by the Clerk of this Board ‘to*
necessary shqli bt deposited with that
on demand, f-vt; ,»r
Passed September 11. WflB:
F. HFfNTZE.
President.
Approved September 1905. i
M. M. FAGAN,
Mayor. 't
GEO. T. BOUTON.
Clerk. ~1
i .
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JERSEY.
Between Silas C. Baldwin, etc.. Complain
ants. and Catherine O'Brien et ah, Defendant*,
in Partition.—sale of Real Estate.
The sale of the first and third tracts o? the
lands and premises in the above stated cause
stands adjourned until Monday, the eleventh
day of September, Nineteen Hundred and Five,
at two o'clock F. M.. at No. SI Coles street, in
the City of Jersey City. Hudson County, New
Jersey.
Dated, August 2S. 1905.
JOSEPH D. BEDLE.
Special Master in Chancery «f N*w Jersev
VREDENBURGH, WALL & VAN WINKLE.
Solicitor* of CompI;v*T>Aut*k

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