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W> CONTauiCWOSMS.
wKi be received fey
prex £4^ IftX^SSi
mBhmmm 0m Qetym«Es.
Hn Standard
! feet of eurS ’
sat in concrete,
* <»• * ■ —*y * . $ • 9e
•tmcm feat <ff bridge
i cutmm burnt, per
j^. ^ ^ . .... ^ | * bO
mM
for the
to *M». -3m. S. fK$fo. Ghb&taai?
u&amitxeq on Bbrsatg ead Sewers," and
band ad to the Clark of the Board a
Span mooting when ceiled, for in tke or
der of pnstna— raisTtrg to sealed pro
fMtf*.
The bonds rognirad to be furnished on
proposals (Usd a possible subsequent
ooousot) are those of some surety com
DM7 authorised to do buamoss in the
Bidders, mart State a single fixed per
«ptag* of tt« handrad per cent. stSRi
dard (dm quoted, for which they will
famish afi materials and do aH .the work
ooaprttanded in sped&easioos, and if
teal award of eoutract is made, the per
cant, so sorted wHi foam the basis upon
■Wtkiefc payment vH fee made for ali
tatns.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any or aH proposals if it is considered
for the best interests of the city ao to
do.
Tim attention of bidders is especially
called to,'Section 1. Ohapter B3d of the
Daws of ISSa. under the towns whereof
no eontiset shall be binding upon the
city or become effective or opens*lee un
til the bonds offered by the contractor
tare been, approved as to sufficiency by
this Board and as to form fey the Oer
goratiou Counsel, the President of this
Board having the power to examine the
,garopoaed bondsmen under oath.
jtrBy order of the Board of Street and
;Kbter Oommtmkunys.
0®Q. T. BOUTON, ^
Dated. Jersey City. September 2^lW6.
'lye.
2T, IWB.
■ jg-uij-' n — i—
NOTICE TO GONHUlQBQBfi.
Staled proposal* will be
the Bated of Street and Wa
_„ Wlto (he fewer
] at Fairnot**. akunc and Whyte stmt.
Said sewer g> be Wilt eosiofta
\bV to the prototiras ol Chapter »7 of
the Lam of lira, aad in accordance
wtib vparitisatira* on file in the o*« of
tee Oterk at aaia Beard
and agreement of
atthe office of
o ijpnc arngumm tray Sail. )mif
ity. N. J.
BBT IS 1 ATE OP QUANTITIES.
100% Standard
of Cost.
About 650 lineal feat of ltoineh
vitrified pipe sewer, per lineal
foot. ... 32.00
About 6.000 dbet of B. Si. fleer
ing, per ht. fint .... 86.60
About -fiOOO feat at B. M. sheath
mx, par M. feet 30.00’
flitap allowed for toe completion of tbe
work, 15 worteto* da*»
Tbe ranfmx qjrfhe above topwnrament
aad award of toe »on tenet therefor will
be subject to the rwaeantikoce, of tbe
owners of toe
to an ooe-balf
toe basis of
Sfeposelc j&oet be Adeeed In sealed
envelopes endorsed. "Proposal* for Con
struction of Sewer in Whyte street”
directed to "Mr. James 8. Nolan, Ohair
man of toe. Committee on Street*. and
Sewers,’^ end banded to the Clark of the
Board imopeu meeting when called for
in toe order of bu tic ess relating to seal
ed proposals.
Tbe bonds required to be furnished on
proposals (and 'a possible subsequent
contract) are those of some surety com
pany authorised to do business in tbe
-State of New?Jersey.
Bidders'taUit state a single fixed per
centage of tbe hundred per cent, stand
ard above quoted for which they will fur
nish all materials and do all tbe work
comprehended in specifications, and if
final award of contract be made, toe per
cent, so stated wBl form toe basis upon
which payment wiM be made tor all
“ft Boand may, under the provisions
of the act tome cited, egsreiee it* right
to reject any er ail proposals.
The attention of hid a— i* especially
called to Seems T> Chapter l&TorXe
Laws of 1881, under toe temm whuseof
no contact shall be binding upon toe
city, or beeome effective or operative un
til tbe bonds offered by tbe contrasto*
have bees approved as to sufiteienav fey
this Boand, and a* to form by the Der
poratfeu Central, th» Prated* *t af this
Board kavtog tb* power to examine toe
prepoead bondsmen under oath.
By order of toe Board of Street and
Water Outrun laeionese.
<9300. Ts BOUTON,
Dated Jersey OKy, October 1, 1906'
1 NOTICE TO OONOTACTORS.
Sealed proposal# win be aecaleed bp
toe Board of Street and Water Com
miasfcmeea on Monday, October 8, 1906,
at 2 o'clock P. M., in. toe Asembly
Chamber of tbe CSty Hall for tbe
REPAVING _0F BRUNSWICK
STREET
from First street to Itaeraak avenue in
accordance with spaoHScntione on file in
toe, d'J’ve of toe Cleric of said Board.
-*■*.5 forms of bid and agreement of
*tC*fSt jiuat be obtained atthe office of
toe YxljJ E^etheer, Olty Hull, Jersey
City, y. J.
Payment for work herein advertised
for is to be made out of License Moneys
tn bend.
ESTIMATE OF, QUANTITIES.
100% Standard
of Cost.
About 200 lineal feet of curb stone
5"xl0" set in concrete, at per
lineal foot...90
About 2,800 square yards repav
ing on concrete base at per
squeee yard . 1.50
A-bout 1.100 lineal feet resetting in
concrete and dressing curb stone
«t per lineal foot.. .85
About 300 square feet relaying in
concrete and dressing bridge
stone at par square foot ...... .25
About 5 reset manholes, complete
each. &.00.
Time allowed tor the oomplWion'of tbe
work, 60 working dkyk
Prop orals meet be enclosed in sealed
envelops* endorsed, “fiiqpoeels tor the
tsr? s.^sfjfd«SrTL.-«
open meeting when called tor in toe or
der of buateess relating to seated propos
al*.
The bonds required to be ftpntehed
on proposals (and a poatote subsequent
contrast) *»* those of aosne surety oom
lt% af ^ewltoctray*0 **™e
BWidaee numt state » single fixed per
^*e hundred per cent, stand
fluotad **■ they wiH fur
nirb all metenals and do all tbe worit
osmprtoondsd in specifications and if
final award of contract be made the per
oenA so stated wifi form Ae basis upon
width payment will be made for nfi
”*epT*f %* »*•** to reject
£. iLf??3**1* U considered
for toe best interest* of the city so to
do.
Tfite attention of btfidam is especially
t® Section 7 Chapter 184 of tbe
Law* 1881. under the tecta* whereof no
contract shall be binding upon toeefty er
toe bfinfis offered by to* eeatraotor have
been approved a« to MiBWettey by this
Board and at> to form bj 0m CJoarporotion
Counsel, tbe President of (Ws Board hav
mg the power <«o examine toe proposed
bondsmetr under oath. V posea
By order of the Board of Street and
Water CommUbionera. ***
CHBO. T. BOUTON,
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(HO. If. lfoCARTHT,
.< City Ctork.
' 3 (Salt No. 65*5.)
J. MitctMii, w3wp; L*vr*nt 3. Mkctwll,
Charts* A. lOiaMi, Altai Mitchell. his wlis;
aflslaMi Otam halve. Joseph Qis.mtM.lvo, her
^aS^Arvssr —•■
SWi .J*—Wt. lMiglooWo, Margaret
owb; hla elite; Charles IxstginoKo, Mary
tSfKoMoi Ms wife: Basal Barger, infant;
Solas Bimm, ififtiftt* Miry Vonoele, widow;
£SSy J. yxuuu, iiftlfts lymasls. his w«e;
StP. *fi*y Gedney, hta wife; Jos
25 Jv^jy- A. Qedney, hie wife
JB John Bryan, John Knapp, tenants.
*«• «r» haaaby notified that at a public sale
Ms OtyCoMeotor of Jersey Olty, on.
Ole tth day of Ooteher, UK, The Mayor and
Aldermen of Jsmey oky purchased for the
•UK of nine hundred and fifty-two dollars and
ninety-seven cents aU the land and real estate
situate in Jersey dty. In the County of Hud
son and Mui of New Jersey, fronting on Cam
brtdge avenue, which Is laid down and desig
nate aa Lot 16, fc Block TO, upon an aa
9**Bsnt asp annexed to a report number
•tvade by the '7Cbeualeelonere of Adjust
4***" aapofcttsd In and for said City by the
Oouet of the County of Hudson, a cer
ttfiud espy <€ which report end map was filed
taths office «f the City CoUeosor of Jersey
Ctty. on the Mth day of Fefcruasy, UM, said
i«|hrt and map and said sals bslag made pur
■“*»* to the pSovimons of an act of the Imgis
tavurettNow Jsrssy, passed March loth, UU,
"An Act concerning the NMuont and ool
Kctlon of arrearages of unpaid taxes, aaieae
JMHts and water rasas or water rents In cit
ies of Cue Mats, sad imposing and levying
a tax. assessment and lien In lieu and Instead
®* sash arrearages, sad to enforce the pay
ment thereof, and to provide for the sale of
w^'OubJeeted to future taxation and aa
And the several supplements thereto,
A»d you v* further notified that you ap
P«ar to have an aetata or Interest In said
land and real estate, and unless the said land
£“a r*Al aetata shall be redeemed, as provided
m said acts, before the expiration of six
5>o»0w from and after the service hereof, a
deed tor the same will be given oonveylng to
the Mayor and Alderman <5 Jersey Olty, the
fee simple of said land and real aetata aooord
ta« to the provisions of the said act.
Dated Jersey City, N. J., October 1st, ISM.
the m am and ammdbmbn of jehsbt
cm.
M. M. FAGAN,
Mayor.
Attest;
ana m. McCarthy.
„ ;*■ CSty C&srk.
igtMJLiS ( (Sale No. KM.)
PUBLIC NOTICE. --
Track* across Firat street and Bay
street.
Public notice is hereby given that ap
plication has been made to the Board of
Str**t and Water Commissioners of Ter
ser for Permission
TO CON STRUCT. OPERATE AND
MAINTAIN TRACKS ACROSS
WEST STREET AND ACROSS
BAT STREET,
ra-ragd cite- as foliews:—
Bttrat—JL pcrauuwat track bcmoning at
a point on the northerly aide of First
♦wet at a distance of 189 feet easterly
from the easterly side of Washington
street; thence southerly crossing First
sweet by a Une curving to the left, with
a radius of 160 feet aiistance of 71 feet
to a point; thence southerly 14 degrees
10 minutes east a distance of 42 feet to
a point in the southerly side of First
street; In Block 76, being distant 160 fest
Westerly from the westerly side at
Greece street; alio commencing at a
Mint on the aorthsrly side of Ray street
11 feet westerly from the westerly side
of Greene street,; thence south 14 degrees
10 minutes east, extending into the inter
seotUumof Bay street and Greene street
, a distance of 40 feet to 1tre end of the
< tracks.
Section—A temporary track to be
maintained for a period not exceeding
. one year. Beginning at a point on the
northerly side at First street 167.5 feet)
easterly from the eMtmdy side: of Wash
rngton street; thance at right angles to
therarctherly side of First street, south
.etfy crossing mid street a distance of
.100 Met to tbs, smith esiy side thereof,
bmnmja Block Hq~T6. „ ... w. n.kOL ,
The name^ef .<fc«Meo»9«attsn .present
ing suoh petition Is Tbe Hudson and
Manhattan Railway Company
The said atthfan was filed with the
Clerk of UeRoaedcof Sweet and Water
Commissionsrs «n-tbe-lf th gay of Sep
tember, 1*».
The oharacter of the tracks, as afore
said are single tracks on the surface of
the street to be need in connection and'
for the parP«Ws» of a tunnel new being
constructed by said Cempshy.
The tnottns peeler to be used is eteam.
The tend for Which permission is
sought Mr that knack comprehended in
description a foreshown following the
word, “First,” is tor a period of twenty
610) years from the date of the passage
of the Ordinance granting raid pennies
ion.
The term ter which permission la
sought for that tirade comprehended in
description a foreshown following the
word, “Second,” is for a period of one
(1) year from the date of the passage of
the ordinance granting Mid1 permission.
The streets on and across which per
mission is given to construct, operate and
maintain said tracks are indicated above
and are more particularly shown upon
maw attached to said petition.
The Board of Street and Water Com
mhaloners of the City of Jersey City
have teesd Monday, the eighth day of
October, 1*16, at two o'clock in the af
ternoon of net day and the Assembly
Chamber at the City Hall elrsey City,
i -era will consider such petition and atmU
catian tfcWby made, and will give a pub
lic bracing t» all person# imerasted Is
theaubjsst SMUtter of said petition.or ap
., piles ti on eflthar Mr or against the same.
:<£2SSSfc"
.TO WILLIAM IX SEWARDS. TRUSTEE
under the will of Goalie Tonnele, deo'd.,
Adelaide J. Mitchell, widow; Laurent S, Mit
chell, OharJee A. Mltohell, Adelaide Glam
balvo, Joseph CJhmdAJva. her tiueibend-; Ce
cilia BWvoue, Jtanea Stevens, her husband;
Rraac!s 8. Weunore, LauTH V. Wetmora. Ills
wife; decile J. Lockwood, Daniel Lockwood,
her husband; Ida V. Yaei Nuyse, James Van
Nuyiee, her husband; Mn.rtru.ret Qiuocohlo,
John B. Glnooohto, her husband; Joseph
Long-inotto. MAhWet Ikmglnotto, his Wife;
Charles LanctaoMD, Mary Lopglaotto, his
wife; Karel Bufftt, iafaot; Eknsa Burger, In
fant; Mary Tonnele, widow; Laurent J. T>on
neU, Lillie TOnnole, Ms wife; JohnT. Gedney,
Mary Gedney, his wMe; Joseph B. Gedney,
Kate A. Gedney, Me wire; MHry J. Soper,
widow, and Phtriok Gallagher, Mary Galla
gher, teneAtl.
You ore hsrpby xurttfle J that at a public sale
made by the City OaMector of Jersey City, on
the 1st day of Notetriter. 1897, the Mayor and
A&denmen of Jersey CU&, purchased for the
auaj of two thousand mrte hundred and forty
seven dollars and stgfcy-three cents all the
Md and real eatate situate in Jersey City,
in the County of Ifridaon and State of New
Jersey, fronting on Stunnrit and Garfield ave
nues, which Is laid down and designated as
Lota 6, 7, 33, 24, in Block number 421, upon
an assessment raaptanneked to a report number
38, mode ft|r the ‘‘Commissioner* of Adjust
ment,’* appointed In and for said city by the
Circuit Court of the County of Hudson, a cer
tified copy of which report and map was filed
*** office of the City Collector of Jersey*
Cfity, on the 3rd day of June, 1893, said report
and map and said sale toeing made pursuant
*P the provlaknwiTof an ant of the Legislature
of New Jersey, pateed March 30th. 1886, en
titled ?—
"An -Act concerning the settlement and col*
leotion of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess
ments and vauar rates or water rents in
cities of this State, and imposing and levying
a tax, assessment and lien in lieu and
Instead of such arrearages, and to enforce
the payment thereof, and to provide for the
sale of lands subjected to future taxation and
assessment:*’
And tjhe^ several supplements thereto.
And- you"are further notified that you appear
to have an estate or interest in said land and
real estate, and unless the said land and real
estate be fsege^jned, as provided in said
acts, before the expiration of six months from
and after the service hereof, a deed for the
soma will ho given conveying to the Mayor
and Aldermen of Jersey City, the fee simple of
said land and real estate according to the' pro
visions of the said act.
Dated Jersey City, N. J., Ootober 1st, 1906.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
, v Vv- a. M. M. FAGAN,
‘ Attest MaVOr
gho. m. McCarthy,
, City Clerk.
! Sale No. 7839.
TO MARY J. SOPER. WIDOW. JOSEPH
Wood, sole surviving executor under the will
of Jdhh Wood, dec1 d., William D. Edwards,
trustee under the will of Cecile Tonnele,
doc'a., Adelaide J. Mitchell, widow; Laurent
S. Mitchell, Charles A. Mitchell, Adelaide
Gl&mbadvo, Joseph Giambalvo, her husband;
Ceollla Stevens, James Stevens, her husband;
Francis S. Wetmore, Laurc. V. vV'etmore, his
wife; Cectte J. Lockwood, Dan el LofckWood,
her Husband; Ida V. Van Nuyse, James Van
Nuyae, her husband; Margaret Ginocchio,
Jcftifx B. Ginocchio, her husband; Joseph
Longinotto, Margaret Longinotto, his wife;
Charles Longrinotto, Mary Longinotto, his#
■wife; Hazel Burger, Infant; Eloiee Burger,
infant; Mkry Tonnele, widow; Laurent J.
Tonnele, Lillie Tonnele, his wife; John T.
Gedney, Mary Gedney, hia wife; Joseph B.
CteQney, Kate A. Gedney, his wife, and
Thomas Sullivan, tenant.
You are hereby notified that at a public sale
made by the City Collector of Jersey City, on
the 8th day of October, 1895, the Mayor and
Aldermen of Jersey City purchased for the sum
of one thousand and seventy dollars and thir
ty-oas cents all the land and real estate situ
ate in Jersey City, in the County of Hudson
and State of New Jersey, fronting on Grand
street, which Is laid down and designated as
Lot 8, in Block number 346, upon an assess
ment map annexed to a report number 92, made
by the ‘‘Commissioners of Adjustment," ap
pointed In and for said city by the Circuit
Court of the County of Hudson, a certified
oopy of which report and map was filed in the
office of the City Collector of Jersey City, on
the 3rd day of June, 1893, said report and* map
and said sale being made pursuant to the pro
visions of an act of the Legislature of New
Jersey, passed March 30th, 1888. entitled:—
* An Act concerning the settlement and col
lection of arrearages of unpaid taxes, assess
ments and water rates or water rents in
cities of this State, and imposing and levying
a tax,t assessment and lien in lieu and
Instead of such arrearages, and to enforce
the payment thereof, ana to provide for the
sale of lands subjected to future taxation and
assessment."
And the several supplements thereto.
And you are further notified that you appear
to have an estate or Interest In said land and
real estate, and unless the said land and real
estate shall be redeemed, as provided In said
acts, before the expiration oT six months from
and after the service hereof, a deed for the
same will be given oonveying to the Mayor
and Aldermen of Jersey City, the fee simple of
said land and real estate according to the pro
visions of the said act.
Dated Jersey City, N. J., October 1st, 1906.
THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF JERSEY
CITY.
M. M. FAGAN,
Mayor.
Attest:—
geo. m. McCarthy,
City Clerk.
Sale No. 5641.
MASTER’S SAM OF LAND—IN
Chancery of New Jersey.
Between Martin Shea, et ux., et ate,
complainant, and Eliza Shea, et als., de
fendants.
On Bill for Partition. Decree for Sale.
Charlee O. Kelly, Solicitor.
By virtue of the decree for sale made
in the above stated cause, bearing date
August 20th, 1906, I, Charles J. Roe,
one of the Special Masters of the said
Court of Chancery will sell at public ven
due to the highest bidder, on the prem
ises. at No. 18% Mercer street, in Jer
sey City, New Jersey, on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 8th, 1906,
at two o’clock in the.afternoon, the lands
mentioned and described) in said decreets
as follow*;—
All that, certain tract of parcel' of land
and premises, hereinafter particularly
described, situate, lying and being in Jer
sey (Sty, in the County of Hudson and
State of Now. Jersey:
Beginning at a point on the northerly
side of Mercer Street one hundred and
twenty-four (124) feet easterly from the
east line of wove street, being the west
erly lMe of Jot numbered. twenty-seven,
(27) thenjee running northerly seventy
nine170) feet, more or less, uutli it
strikes' the rear line of lot number nine
teen (19), which fronts on Wayne street;
thence easterly along said line sixteen
(16) feet and eight (8) inches; thence
southerly parallel with the line first
run, to. through and beyond a party wail
standing partly on the premises hereby
conveyed and partly on the premises next
adjoining easterly thereto until it
strikes the north line of Mercer street!
thence running westerly sixteeen (16)
feet and eight (8) inches, to the place of
beginning. r. b
Being sixteeen (16) feet and eight (8)
nJHCheg of the northerly part of Lot num
ber twenty-seven (27), as the same is
laid down onia Snap of property belottg
ing'to A. Mann, Jr., and being the same
premises conveyed to James Hope by
HoseatF. Clark and wife, by dleeed dated
January. 27, 1873, recorded January 28,
1873, in Book 254 of Deeds for Hudson
County, on pages 73 &c.
Including the estate and interest in
dower of Annie Shea (wife of Martin
■Shea). Katherine Shea, (wife of Patrick
Shea), Elizabeth' Shea (wife of Henry ft.
Shea),Bile® Shea (wifeof James J. Snea),
Mary Hope (Wife of James' Hope), Mary
Hop* (widow of Richard Hope.)
Together with all and singular the
hereditaments and appurtenances to the
said premises belonging or in anywise
appertaining.
Conditions made known on the day of
the sale.
Dated Jersey City, September 1, 1906.
CHARLES J. ROE,
Special Master in Chancery.
=
AW ORDINANCE FOR THE RELIEF OF
Jacob Plercy to oonstruotlon of Bay windows.
The Mayor and Aldermen <4 Jersey City, by
the Board of Street and water Commissioners,
TOT and on behalf of the municipality of said
otty, do ondaln os follows;—
Section I—That pesvnlesftm be and is hereby
granted to Jaoafb Plenty to construct and main
tain Bay windows on building to be ereoted by
him at the northeast corner of Bergen avenue
to the contrary notwitfcetaadiug.
The work to be done under the supervision
<4 the inspector of Buildings.
Ser'aon l-Tbat aiLcoec and expanse incident
to '.ne tn trod action, passage and publication of
tbie Ordinance shall be paid by the applicant
for wan*; and such amount therefor as is esti
mated by the-Clerk of this Board to be neoes
eanr *afl be deposited with that offioer on
and Cfinorn svnas, which bay windows may
.extend from the seaond story to the rrnf of
said buBding J.rd beyond the building Uue of
Bergen .(preou* tworieet ttO^auy ordinance
dtaaamt-_-a ^.
CORPORATION NOTICE.
NbtfcS is hereby 'given tlmt the Com
missioners of Assessments for Jersey
City, N. J., will meet at their office,
Room 39, City Hell, Jersey City. X. J.,
on Wednesday, the 17th day of October,
1906, at 9.30 o’clock A. M., to appraise
and determine the value of the lands to
be tuken and the damages that may be
sustained by reason of the
OPENING AND WIDENING OF
GATES AVENUE,
between a point 858 17-100 feet east of
Hudson Boulevard and Garfield avenue.
The laud to be taken for said opening
of Gates avenue may be described as fol
lows:—The avenue, between a point 858
17-100 feet east of Hudson Boulevard
and Old Bergen road, to be 55 36-100
feet in width, being 27 68-100 feet meas
ured at right angles on either side of the
following described center line, to wit:—
Beginning at a point in the westerly line
of Old Bergen road distant 33 91-100 feet
measured southerly; along the westerly
line of Old Bergen road, from the inter
section of the same with the southerly
line of Plot M, Block 1377, city map;
from thence running westerly and par
allel with the southerly line of said Plot
M, 470 70-100 feet to Gates avenue, as
now opened easterly from Hudson Boule
vard. The land to be taken for said
widening of Gates avenue may be de
scribed as follows:—The avenue, be
tween Ocean avenue and Garfield ave
nue, to be 50 feet in width, being 25 feet
measured at right angles on either side
of die following described center line, to
wit:-—Beginning at a point in the easter
ly line of Ocean avenue where a line
drawn-parallel with the northerly line of
Gates avenue and distant 25 feet meas
ured southerly and at right angles there
from would intersect the same: from
thence running easterly parallel with the
northerly line of Gates avenue 339 78
100 feet.to a point in the westerly line of
Garfield avenue.
-Cl the private lands! within the lines
of the foregoing descriptions being re
quired for the opening and widening of
Gates avenu¥ as’will"more fully appear
by reference to the resolution m regard
to the same, adopted by the Board of
Street and Water Commissioners July
23rd, 1906. and the pefitFui on file in the
office of- the Clerk -df'kdid Board. At
which time and place the said Commis
sioners of Assessments will hear all par
ties interested whobe heard be
fore them on the value of the land to be
taken, and the danja-scsgaduch any owner
or owners of such land ot?Of anv interest
therein may sustain, by reason of the
aforesaid opening and widening of Gates
avenue, v- o *>«• oor
The above proceedings are taken un
der the provisions of Chapter 289 of the
Laws of 1895.
CHARLES MERKER,
THOMAS P. CONNELLY
THOMAS F. MURRAY,
Commissioners of Assessments.
28tbatlW)U ragy City’ N‘ J" SePtember
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
the Orphans’ Court of the County of
Hudson, made on the tenth day of Au
gust, A. D. 1906, the subscriber, admin
istratrix of tlie personal estate of Robert
J. Dillon, deceased, will on the
TWENTY-THIRD DAY OF OCTO
BER, 1906,
dt F. G. Wolbert’s Real Estate Sales
room, 47 Montgomery street, Jersey City,
N. J., at two o’clock in the afternoon of
that day, sell at public vendue, all the
right, title and interest of said Robert J.
Dillon, deceased, in and to fill the follow
ing described land and premises, situate,
lying and being in Jersey City, in the
County of Hudson and State of New
Jersey:—
First Tract—All that certain lot which
on a map on file in the, office of the Reg
ister o fthe County of Hudson aforesaid
entitled, “Map of property of Mrs. Jane
Vreeland, in Jersey City, N. J.,” is
known and distinguished as lot numbered
twenty (20) in blo-c-k number three hun
dred and ninety-seven (307), situate on
the northeast corner of Harvey and Com
munipaw avenues.
Second Tract—Beginning at the point
formed by the intersection of tlie north
erly line of Lexington avenue with the
easterly line of tlie. Hudson County Pub
lic road; running thence in a northerly
direction along the easterly line of said
Hudson County Public road eighty-four
and seventy-six hundredths (84.76) feet
to a point; thence easterly and nearly
parallel with the northerly line of Lex
ington avenue twenty-five (25) feet;
thence southerly eighty-four and thirty
six hundredths (84.36) feet to the north
erly line of Lexington avenue; thence
westerly and along the northerly line of
Lexington avenue twenty-five (25) feet to
the point or place of beginning.
The estate or interest of Robert J. Dil
ion, deceased, to be sold as above, is the
fee simple, subject to the following liens
and encumbrances, showing the approxi
mate amount thereof:—
First Tract—Taxes. 1902, $6.26; taxes,
1903, §2.89; taxes, 1907, §2.88; taxes,
lwwj §2.86; with in treat on said amounts
at the rate of 10 per cent, from Decem
ber 20th of. each year in which said taxes
were levied.
Second Tract—Mortgage of Robert J.
Dillon to Maggie F. Dillon upon which
there .is due §600 of principal with inter
est from October 27, 1903, at 6 per cent.;
taxes, 1902, §16.68; taxes, 1903, $16.50;
taxes; 1904, §16.44; taxes, 1905, §10.38;
with Interestmn. said amounts at the rate
of -0 per cent, front December 20th of
each year in waich said taxes were
levied: Assessment for improvement of
Lexington avenue, §108.65, wit! interest
at the rate of 6 per cent, frorr January
20, 1899. i
MAGGIE F: DILLON,
i„u.] "Administratrix.
To the Stockholder^'of the AUTOMAT
IC SCALE COMPANY,
Incorporated niitlbi- the Laws of the
State of New- Jersey.
’ The fbiiovtiiljjd resolution was offered
and adbpted 'at. a meeting of the Board
of Directors held September 20. 1900 at
the office Of the Company, 321 Pennsyl
vania Ave., S. E., Washington, D. C.
r '“ReS&IVedf That in the judgement of
this boardcit is advisable and most for
the benefit of the Automatic Scale Com
jxiny that 'the ’same should be forthwith
dissolved; and to that end it is ordered
that a meeting of the Stockholders be
held on Thursday, the first day of No.
vember A. D. 1906 at 2 o’clock P. M.
at the office of the company, in the city
of Jersey City, New Jersey to take ac
tion upon this resolution, and further,
that the Secretary forthwith give notice
of said meeting, and of the adoption of
this resolution, within ten days from this
date, by publishing the said resolution
with a notice of its adoption in a news
paper published ip the city of Jersey
City, N. J., for at least four weeks, once
a week, successively, and by mailing a
written or printed copy of the same to
eadi and every Stockholder of this Com
pany in the United States.”
W. F. HUMMER ,
Secretary.
' TO ELIZA JANE SMYTH, OTHERWISE
BARNES, IF LIVING; OR ANY PERSON
CLAIMING THROUGH OR UNDER HER.
Court of The Irish Land Commission, Irish
Land Act. 1908, Record No. E. C. 982, Estate
of Michael Freeman, Counties of Meath and
Louth.
Whereas, On the investigation of title in this
matter it appeared that Eliza Jane Smyth,
otherwise Eliza Jane Barnes, formerly of Ma
honstown, Kells, in the County of Meath, if
alive would be entitled to claim one undivided
foux’th part of the residue of the purchase
money of part of the lands of Mooremount,
containing G8 a. lr. 2p. Statute measure situate
. In the Barony of Ardee and County of Louth,
being part of the lands sold herein, under a
■ devise contained in the will 'of Chldloy Barnes,
deceased, and the percentage payable under
Section 48 of The Irish Land Act, 1903, in re
spect thereof. Now. therefore, the said Eliza
Jane Smyth, otherwise Barnes, or any person
claiming through her to be entitled to any in
terest in such residue or percentage is hereby
required to lodge a claim duly verified with
the Registrar of The Irish Land Commission
at 24 Upper Merrion street, Dublin, Ireland,
within two months from the date of the pub
lication of this notice.
Dated this 31st day of July, 1906.
JOHN O’BLUNDEN.
Examiner.
THOS. COLLIS PBRsRQTT, Solicitor, 22 Daw
son street, Dublin, Ireland.
NOTICE TO 00NTIIACTO 11S.
Scaled lu-oposals wilt l»t< received by
the Hoard of Street iuid Water Commis
sioners on Monday, October 8th; 1908, at
2 o’clock P. M„ in the Assembly Oliam
ber of the City Hall, for the
IMPROVEMENT OF POPLAR
STREET,
from Hudson Boulevard to Nelson ave
nue.
Slid improvement to be made conform
ably to the provisions of Chapter 217 of
the fan’s of 1895, and in accordance
ivitli specifications on hie in the office of
the Clerk of said Board.
Blank forms of bid -and agreement of
sureties must be oBtaiued at the office
of the Chief Engineer, City Hall, Jersey
City, N. J.
ESTIMATE OF QUANTITIES.
100 % Standard
. , ’ of Cost ,
About 66;> cubic yards of Earth
excavation, per cubic yard.40
About 51 cubic yards of rock exca
vation, per cubic yard... 3.50
About 548 cubic yards of sand
hilling, per cubic yard. 1.50 ”
About 2200 square yards of paving
(Belgian) per square yard .... 1.50
About 20 lineal feet of curb stone
■> *10" set in concrete, per lineal
..foot ..90
About 40 square feet of bridge
stone, per square foot. .50
About 505 square yards of repav
ing, per square yard.40
About 1080 lineal feet of reset in
concrete and dressed surb stone,
per lineal foot.35
About 140 square feet of relaid
and dressed bridge stone, per
lineal foot. 05
About 8 reset.manhole heads, each 2!00
About 2 gate boxes reset, each . . 2.00
-lime allowed for the completion of
the work, 75 working days.
The making of the above improvement
and award of the contract therefor will
be subject to tiie remonstrance of the
owners of property liable to more than
one-half the assessment therefor on the
basis of preliminary sketch.
1 roposals must be enclosed in sealed
envelopes .endorsed “Proposals for im
provement of Poplar street,” directed to
Jlr. James 8. Nolan, Chairman of the
Committee!on Streets and Sewers,” and
handed to flie Clerk of the Board in open
meeting when called for in the order of
of business relating to sealed proposals.
the bouds required to be furnished on
proposals, (and a possible subsequent
contract) are those'of some surety com
pany authorized to do business in the
feta be- of rsew Jersey.
Bidders must state a single fixed per
centage of the hundred per cent, stand
ard above quoted for which they will
furnish all materials and do all the work
comprehended in specifications, and if
filial award of contract be made, the per
cent. so. stated will form the basis upon
which payment will be made for all
items.
I. he Board may, under the provisions
of the Act above cited, exercise its right
to reject any or all proposals.
Jhe attention of bidders is especial!v
called to Section 7, Chapter 134, of the
Laws ot 1891, under the terms whereof
no contract shall be binding upon flie
(City, or become effective or operative un
til the bonds offered by the contractor
have been approved as to sufficiency by
this Board, and as to form bv the Cor
poration OnnseL President of this oBard
having the power to examine proposed
bondsmen under oath.
GEO. T. BOUtTON,
r , Clerk
Dated, Jersey City, October 1, 190G.
STATE OF NEW JERSEY, )
COUNTY OF HUOSON. >
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:—
Be ii known that 1, Sam Brunstein am en
gaged in the manufacture of minearl waters
and other beverages in the City of Jersey City,
County and State aforesaid, and having to use
and using bottles, boxes, siphons, and kegs in
which said mineral waters and other beverages
are put up for sale, and. in accordance with
the statute in such case made and provided, I
do hereby certify that my bottles are made of
glass and having impressed thereon the name,
the letters, and the words, to wit:—-“United
Mineral Water Co., Jersey City, N J.,“ also
Horseshoe in form of monogram. “Nicholas
and Nippins, Mount Holly, N. J.” “Camden
Bottling Co., Camden, N. J.” “D. & L. Fuchs,
5L & 73 Blake avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.” Nearly
all the above names have in addition the
words, ^This bottle not to be sold,’’ also
“Registered.” My boxes are made of wood and
having thereon the name, the letters and the
words, tf> wit:—“Sam Brunstein. 317 Fourth
St., Jersey City, N. J.” “United. Min. Water
Co., Jersey City, N. J.” “United Mineral
Water Co., 317 Fourth St., Jersey City, N. J.”
“United Mineral Water Co., Jersev City, N.
J.” “Camden Bottling Co., 254 Kaighns'Av.”
“Thomas Finan, Goshen, N. Y.” “United M.
W. C.” “U. M. W. Co.” My siphons,, termed
siphon-bottles, are made in two parts, the bod
ies which are made of glass having etched,
thereon, “Sam Brunstein, 317 Fourth St., Jer
sey City, N J.,” also S. B. in form of mono
gram. “United Mineral Water Co., Jersey City,
N. J.1* Many of the above names have in ad
dition the word “Registered.” And upon the
heads, which are made of metal, is impressed
“S. Brunstein, J. C., N. J.” “United M. W.
Co., J. C., N. J.” My kegs are made of wood,
having thereon “S. B., J. C.” “S. B.” “S.
Brunstein.” And I do now file this certificate
;in the Clerk’s office of the County of Hudson,
in whith County my said business is carried
on, and under and by the law of New Jersey
entitled, “An act for the better protection of
manufacturers and bottlers of and dealers in
mineral waters, beer, ale, porter and other
beverages,” approved March 11th, 1881, and the
several supplements thereto.
Witness my hand this 9th day of August,
nineteen hundred and six (1906)
SAM BRUNSTEIN,
Witnesseth:—
JOHN J. H. DIU^FY.
STATE OF “NEW'JERSEY, )
COUNTY OF HUDSON. )
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:—
Bj It known that I, Mayer Barishow am en
gaged in the manufacture of mineral waters
and other beverages in the City of Jersey City,
County and State aforesaid, and having to use
and using bottles, boxes, siphons, tanks and
kegs in which said mineral waters and other
beverages are put up' for sale, and in accordance
with th$ statute in such case made and pro
vided, I do hereby certify that my bottles are
made of glass and having impressed thereon
the name, the letters, and the words, to wit:—
City, N. J.” ?*M. Barfs how.” 4'M. B.” ”N.
J.,” also "M. B.,” in form of monogram; “New
York and Yonkers Bottling Co., Yonkers, N.
Y.,” also "H. S." in form of monogram.
Nearly all of the above names have in addit
ion the words, ‘‘This bottle not to be sold,”
also "Registered.” My boxes are made of
wood and having thereon the name, the letters
and the words, to wit:—"M. Barishow, Jersey
City, N. J,” ”M. Carishow.” ‘‘M. B.” ‘‘N.
Y. & Yonkers Bott. Co., Yonkers, N. Y. ”N.
Y. & Yonkers Bottling Oo., Yonkers, N Y.” "N.
Y.” "N. Y. & Y. B. Co.” My siphons, termed
siphon-bottles, are made in two parts, the bod- 1
ies which are of glass having etched thereon,
"M. Barishow, Jersey City, N. J.,” also M. B.
in form of monogram. "M. Barishow, Jersey
City, N. J.,” also two hands clasped in form
of monogram. "New York & Yonkers Bottling
Co,” also two hands clasped In form of mono
gram. Many of the above names have in addit
ion the word "Registered.” And upon the
heads, which are made of metal, is impressed,
"M. BariShow, J. C., N. J.” *‘N. Y. & Yonk^
ers Bott. Co., Yonk’s.” My tanks or fountains
are made of steel with metal letters or dies
impressed into or upon the same, marked as
follows:—‘‘M. Barishow.” ‘‘M. Barishow, J.
C.” ”M. B.” ‘‘M. B., J. C.” My kegs are
made of wood marked as follows :~‘‘M. Bari
show’, Jersey City, N. J.” ”M. B., J. C.” "M
B.” And I do now file this certificate In the
Clerk’s office of the County of Hudson, in
which County my said business is carried on
and under and by the law of New Jersey en
titles, "An act for the better protection of
manufacturers and bottlers of and dealers in
mineral waters, beer, ale, porter, and other
beverages,” approved March 11th, 1831, and the
several supplements thereto.
Witness my hand this 8th day of August,
nineteen hundred and six (1906).
MAYER BARISHOW.
Witnesseth
JOHN J. H. DUFFY.
TO' "the" creditors of x the
Merchants’ Trading Stamp Company.
Please take notice that pursuant to an
order of the Court of Chancery of New
Jersey in a cause wherein Frederick B.
Guterl is complainant and The Mer
chants’ Trading Stamp Company is de
fendant, you are required to present to
Eugene W. Leake, the receiver of said
corporation, Heretofore appointed in said
cause, and prove for him under oath oi
affirmation o* otherwise, as the said re
ceiver shall direct, to the satisfaction of
said receiver, your several claims and de
mands against the said corporation with
in two months from this date or lie ex
cluded from the benefit of such dividends
as may hereafter be made and declared
by this court upon the proceeds of the
effects of said corporation,
i EUGENE tV. LEAKE,
239 Washington St..
Jersey City. hi. J. .
Dated Jul# 354fy 1906. f. .
8 1
■ .
BEI _ <
Easy, comfortable beds, theJfc&d thafch*
rite pleasant, refreshing dreams, .good health i
and prosperity. We furnish them with *gt||
tresses complete, in all ranges _;of prise jut&&
quality. v, i
^ WHITE ENAMELED IRON BEDS \
$1.89, worth $3^50—White enamel, 3 ft. size, brass vases aai
caps. <
$3.95, worth $5^50—With brass top-rail, vases and mounts, ex
tended foot, all sizes.
$4.95, worth $8.50—Fancy scroll design, with heavy post; 4
foot and,4 foot, 6 inches sizes.
$8.75, worth $9.00—inch posts,-bow foot, with brass lop vail
and spindles and full mounts.
. BRASS BEDS v,:; 5 ^
$23:00, w©rtfi?$30ioo—in. post, bow fdet, with targe spindles
at bead and foot; all sizes. ” ,
WOFt‘1 —2 in. post, bow foot, elegajit design.
$30.00, worth, $45.00—2 in. continuous post, ;T4)aH mounts
throughout.
$10.71*, worth $^ioo—Cotton-'Felt matteessea^^nade up in fancy
ticking; elastic, non-absorbent, vew^-proof; full size.
Newark Aire, and GrqrQ St,
HAILjxOAJJS
Pennsylvania
RAILROAD
Ife!
In effect June 30, 1806.
Trains leave JERSEY CITY as follows:
FOH THE WES*. '
8.15 A. M. CHICAGO SPECIAL.
10.14 A. X. PITTSBURGH. DAY EX
PRESS.
11.14 A. u. PENNSYLVANIA LIM
ITED.
2.14 p. M. ST. LOUIS LIMITED.
2.15 P. x. CHICAGO AND ST.
LOUIS EXPRESS.
4.14 P. M. PENNSYLVANIA SPEC
IAL IS boars to Chicago.
5.16 P. X. CHICAGO LIMITED.
6.18 P. X. WESTERN EXPRESS.
6.45 P. x. ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.
8.14 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS._
6.44 P. X. CLEVE. AND CINCIN
NATI EXPRESS.
10.15 P. M. PITTSBU KOH SPECIAL.
WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH.
For Baltimore and Washington at
*8.17, 8.44, *9.45 *10.17, *11.16 A. M.;
12.44, *4.14, 2.34. *3.44, *3.46, *4.45,
*5.25. *6.14. 9.44 P. M.; 1X30 night.
Sunday, 8.44, *9.45, *11.16 A. M.; 1X44.
*1.14, *3.44, *3.46, *4.45, *525. *6.14.
9.44 P. M.. 12.30 night.
Southern Ry.—3.46, 4.45, P. M., 1X30
night daily.
Norfolk & Wastern Ry.—3.46 P. M.
daily.
Atlantic Coast Line.—9.46 A. M-t
9.44 P. M. daily.
C. & O. Ry.—8.17 A. M. week-days,
11.16 A. M. and 5.25 P. M. daily.
Seaboard Air Lino.—1X30 A, M..
12.44 P. M. daily.
*Dining Car.
W. W. ATTERBURY. J. R. WOOD,
Gen’l Manager. Pass’r Traffic Manager
GEO. W. BOYD.
General Passenger Agent.
AN ORDINANCE FOR THE RE
lief of Charles C. Helbig in the con
struction and maintenance of show
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 ordalh as
follows:—
Section 1. That Carles C. Helbig be
and is hereby granted permission to con
struct and maintain show windows on
building situate 635% Newark avenue,
which show windows may extend from
the second story to the roof of said
building, and may extend beyond She
building line of Newark avenue two feet
(2 feet) any ordinance to the contrary
notwithstanding.
The work to be done under the super
vision and to the satisfaction of the In
spector of Buildings.
Section 2. That all cost and expense
incident to the introduction,, passage and
publication of this ordinance shall be
paid by the applicant for same; and such
amount therefor as is estimated by the ,
Clerk of this Board to be necessary Shall
be deposited with that officer on demand.
Passed September 10th, 1906.
ANTHONY HAUCK,
President.
Approved September 28. 1906.
M. M. FAGAN.
Mayor.
Attest:—
GEO. T. BOUTON,
Clerk.
Jersey City. October 1, 1906. _ . ....
--—r,
MY WIPE, LAURA HL'jfT, HAVING LEFT
my bed and board without cause. I warn oil
persons that I will not be responsible for any.,
.debt contracted by her. JAMES N. HUNT. T
I Dated Jersey City," September U. ISM.
* xa'zlmoads.
J1Jr3HOIiE
•j!* 5=5
PICTjJBJBSQyjB OF TRAVEL TO THi
NORTH AND WeA.
Trains le4V« Frankfln street (North Rive
station, New, York, as resows, and fifteen mu
Hies later from foot |2d street, N. 7 ,
leached via trains of N.v J/ J. Rd., lea via
Terminal station at We eh aw ken, N. J., can 1
Penn R. R depot at Jersey City:—
3.15 A. M. .&4i: for Haverstraw, West Poin
Cornwall, Newburgh, Kingston and Albany.
7.10 A. M. daily, Albany and intermeriate sti
tions.
| A. 11.20 JL M. daily, except Sunday, for Higf
land Fa&g, West Point, Kingston, New Pail
Lake Mobbuk, CatsklH Mouxuntains, Albas
and Utica.
. LOO P. M., Chicago Express, daily.
2.25 P. M., Continental Limited, dally,
Albany. Utica, Qylfetetve, Rochester, Buffal
Niagara Cievenland, Detroit, Chicaj
and St. Louis. Arrive Chicago and St. Lo*J *
next afternoon. Dining car attached at Kin.
ston.
B. 3.45 P, M. dally, except Sunday, for Oe* I
gers, Highland Falla, West Point, Cornwa
Newbufgfh and intermediate stations to 4
bany.
3.00 P. 34., Chicago and St. Louis Limit*
dally, for Montreal. Utica,: Syracuse. Roch«
ter, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Toronto. Detro
Cleveland, Chicago and St. Louis.
8.00 P. M. daily, except Sunday, far Utus
Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo. Niagara Fall
Hamilton, Toronto, Detroit and St. Lou la
9.45 P. : daily, for Albany, East Utic
Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Fc.<
Toronto, Detroit. Cleveland, Chicago and *
Louis.
A, B, leaves Brooklyn Annex:—
A, 4-10.45 A. ^2.45 P. M.
Jersey City, P. R. »j|. station:—
A, 4-81.20 A. M.; B. 4-3.35 P. M.
Haverstfaw Locals:—4-6.45 A. M.; 4-2.20, 4-4
4-5.15/ 4-5.40, *6.00, *8.00 and *1.35 P. M.
Newbungh Locals:—*8.20 A. M., *10.00 A. I
4-12.18 P. M., *4.45 P. M.. *6.40 P. M.
Kingston poca!:—*1.00 P. M.
•Daily. } [Sundays only. 4-Except Sundai
Pullman Sleeping Cars for Albany, Ut*
Syracuse, Roch«4&r, Buffalo, Niagara Fa
Detroit, Cleveland, Chicago and St. Louis
through trains.
Weatfdtt's Express checks baggage thro*
to destination. For cab or carriage, ‘phf
900 28th.
Fbr tickets, time-tables, parlor and slt-ej
car accommodations or information apply
offices:—Broklyn, Nos. 333. 343, 726 Fa*<
street: Annex office, foot of Fulton stm
New York City, Nos. 149. 359. 673, 1210 Brd
way; N^. 275 West One Hundred and Two*
fifth streft, and at stations,
A. H. SMITH. General Manager.
C. EL LAMBERT, Gen’l Passenger Agl
Room 204. Transit Building, 7 E. Forty-s*d
street. New York.
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