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AUTO SCHOOL OF NEW JERSEY-Years of
experience In auto school work enables us to
give the best practical Instruction at the low
est fees: vour license obtained a'ter passing
cur examinations. Day and evening classes.
467 Washington st., near Kinney.
BOY wanted to help In butcher shop and carry
out orders. Apply FINGER A CO., 109 Mul
berry et. __
MEN*, earn big money manufaotur'ng novelties
st home; send dime for samples and par
ticulars. AMERICAN CARD CO., East Orange,
MESSENGER BOYS—WRAPPERS.
RAHNE A CO WANT
•0 MESatrNnww wots AND
WRAPPERS
APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT.
WANTED—Fifty men each to own one of «*ir
little peach, vegetable snd noultry farms at
Hillsboro. N. J.: price $96 each: easy terms: let
tne send you free tickets to *ook them over.
LESTER L. BROOKS. Suite 53. 166 Market St.
WANTED—Toolmaker, m- hlnlst; steady em- ;
ployment and good wages. HEMMING MFG. i
CO.. Garfield. N. J.
TOU are w»nted for government "osltlon: 889 ,
tronth; write for bet of positions open, j
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 214a. Rochee
ter. N. Y.
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ISItnsftnns Wanted—Female.
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• times 4ftc a word. $1 a line 1 month.
Attention Ladies!
DO YOU NEED HELP?
If you are In Immediate we.it of household
fervants call at the retention room ©f the
Bureau of Employment of the City, ground floor
front. CITY HALL BUTLDTNG, EVERY
AFTERNOON EXCEPT SATURDAY, BE
TWEEN THE HOURS OF 1 TO 4. where you
Will And awaiting you experienced
GENERAL ROUSEWORKER8.
COOKS. LAUNDRESSES.
NURSES. SEAMSTRESSES. ETC.
Also others not skilled but ready and willing
to be employed.
POLITE LADY ATTENDANTS.
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Automobiles.
1 time le a word; 8 time® 2*4c a word;
6 times 4%c a word. $1 a line 1 month.
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REPAIR WORK
ON
AUTOMOBILE WHEEL8.
PHTNEAS JONES A CO,
*96 MARKET ST.. NEWARK, N. J.
Up the drive wav,
REGULAR CLINCHER OR DEMOUNTABLE i
RIMS FURNISHED AND APPLIED.
Telephone lb .572 Market.
AUTOMOBILES repaired and overhauled at i
reasonable prices: exoert merhanic. Address
AUTO MECHANIC. 158 Bergen st.
BARGAIN—1909 OVERLAND ROADSTER.
/ WITH TOP CHAR E. RIEsg A CO., 211
HALSEY ST., NEWARK.
TIRE BAROAIN8—80x8 Inch, 816: 32x3V, Inch.
$23; 84x3*4 Inch. 126: 34x4 Inch. *36 H. J.
KOEHLER CO.. 291 Halsey st.
OVERLAND TOURING CAR. EQUIPPED. AT !
A SACRIFICE: 1909 MODEL CHA8. E.
RTESB A CO., til HALSEY ST.
RUBBER* TIRES
We put on and repair solid and cushion
vehicle timet: we uae Hartford rubber only;
they are the beet; prices ]< w; work done while
you wait.
JOHN a. MERKEL CO., 28 Prince ut. !
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Professional Cards.
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I tlmea 4Hc a word; $1 a line 1 month.
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FRAENTZEL Sc RICHARDS. Patent Law.
American and foreign patents, trade-marks
and copyright and mechanical engineering
745-747 Broad st. Phone 2152-W. Market.
DRAKE St CO..
Established 1865 Phone ?'*46 Market. Firemen's ;
Insurance Co. Bldg., Broad and Market sts.
RUSSELL M. EVERETT. Tel. 4388-R. Market. !
Patent Lawyer and Solicitor.
IT. 8. and Foreign. Cor. Broad and Market
Loans—Personal.
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• times 4He a word; $1 a Mne 1 month.
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SALARIED r'vople. women keeping house an 1 \
others furnished money without security;
cheapest rates, easiest terms: save money by
seeing me before trading e’sewliere. Offices 4n
6fi principal cities. D. H. TOLMAN, room 612.
238 Washington st.
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Notices.
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NO'i J.CE.
Application having been made to the Board of
Assessment and Revision of Taxes to apportion |
the taxes levied against property known ns
Nos. 8 to 28 Peshlne avenue, for the year 19G9,
and the signatures of all parties interested not
Ibelng signed to petition, we hei-ewlth give pub
Uo notice that the Board of Assessment and
Rsvlslon of Taxes will meet on Wednesday, De
cember 21, at 11 a. m.. to hear any objections
why apportionment should not be made as
asked for by the estate of Frederick Ahrens.
JOHN L. CARROLL, President.
Naah Guter, Secretary
Notice of Dissolution.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Take notice that the Arm of Field and Ber
ger, composed of Isaac Field and Isaac Berger,
conducting the business of ladles' and gents'
Clothing and household specialties at No. 108
BpringAeld avenue. Newark. N J., has been
dissolved by mutual consent.
AH outstanding accounts due to the said I
concern are to be paid to Isaac Field, and all
the liabilities of the said concern are to be as
sumed by Isaac Field.
Dated December 2. 1910. dec2,9,l6,23 :
JAIL BIRDS ROUT COURT.
CAMDEN, Dec. 16.—Such a racket is
created by the prisoners in the county
Jail on the fourth floor of the Court
House that the Board of Freeholders
yesterday authorized the removal of
Vice-Chancellor Learning's court from
the third to the second floor. At pres
ent It la directly beneath the "cage"
of the Jail, and what with dancing,
shooting crap and other stunts cal
culated to make noise, Vice-Chancellor
Learning has been repeatedly Inter
rupted In his work, not to mention
many prominent lawyers who have fre
quently been compelled *o cease argu
ment on account of the unseemly
racket.
IGNORES ADOPTED CHILD.
JERSEY CITY, Dec. 16.—No pro
vision is made In the will of Joseph
M. Frantz, who died November 18 at
839 Thirty-fourth street. North Bergen,
for an adopted son, Joseph M. Frantz,
Jr., who lives with, Mrs. Rosa Frantz,
widow of the testator. She la the sole
legates and executrix.
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WANTED—
YOUNG WOMEN
FOR TELEPHONE OPERATING.
MONTCLAIR. ORANGES. NEWARK.
C0UR8E IN’ OPERATORS' SCHOOL
PROVIDED
SALARY 94. 15 AND |C PER WEEK
PAID WHILE LEARNING. MUST
BB BETWEEN 17 AND 73 TEARS
OLD. THE WORK IS PLEASANT
AND INTERESTING. ROOMS AIRT
AND LIGHT. ADVANCEMENT RAPID
AND • POSITIONS PERMANENT.
EVERYTHING DONE FOR THE COM
FORT OF EMPLOYEES.
APPLY AT OPERATORS’ SCHOOL*
8 A. M. TO B P. M., 63 BLOOMFIELD
AV.. NEWARK.
NEW YORK
TELEPHONE
COMPANY.
CA8HTER8—JUNIOR CLERKS.
FAH'*r .*■ rrv reo nr. F
YH> MF«?«rPNOFR GIRLS
AND JUNTO* CLERK6.
ALSO
SO CASHTFRS.
APPLY TO SUPI RINTENDENT.
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FTFTV ftP^T-CLaSS OPFR A TORS. VAN I
OR.DFN cr»RRFT CO.. WTCKLTFFE AND I
SCHOOL STS.
LADIES, earn fl^ weeklv deeoratlnr port^ards: ,
d'nv* hr»nK* ranker* Cbrlptm*« samples and
particular*. AMERICAN POSTCARD CO..
Eaat Orange, N. J.
SALESPEOPLE.
HAHNF A CO.
ARE CONSIDERING APPLICATIONS
FOR HFTjP TN ALL DEPARTMENTS
FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
APPLY TO SUPERINTENDENT.
UPSTAIRS WORK—A neat younjr Kiri for up
stairs work; must have reference. 16 Halsey
street.
WANTED—Immediately, at 117 CMnton av., a
first-class chambermaid and waitress.
WINDER—Experienced soft rllk winder, steady
portion. RIVOLI SILK HOSIERY CO., 401
Mulberry at.
Business Personals.
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GENUINE diamond rings from 93 n: full Ilna
of holldav girts and solid gold Jewelry; no
bother to show good*; small deposits receive*!;
goods held til* Christmas.
J. HOBLAND. MARKET AT.
MFT4L CPP 1N0S ANU WM LS.
erected In all kinds of buildings. JA8. V. j
M A OUTRE. 813 Halsey at.. Newark. '
STOVES, ranges and barters: all stoves are
guaranteed: stove repairing a specialty. M.
TUr>r*ELMAN. 261 Springfield av.: tel. 1727-L.
Market.
IF *'ou want to he married quietly, without
rice, confetti, hoodlums, etc., there Is Justice
of the Pence HOPWOnp. 3* Clinton st. Open
evenings till 10. ‘Phone 2305-J. Market.
JORRTVO done with©* elay: also factory car
pentry; good work: price reasonable. C.
HAUCK, 252 Thirteenth av.
Clot! ’nor.
T WILL pay high price* for cast-off clothing.
Send postal and ‘ 11 call. FRANK. 17 Mer
cer st.
I WILL pay high prices for cast-off clothing.
Send postal and i'll call. B. COHFN. fO
Canal st.
r.rlnllnr unit Cutlery.
ORTNDTNO and renatrlng of cutlers', barbers'
tools aod doctors' Instruments. F. LAtfTER
TUNO, 113 Snrlngfleld av. i
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Wanted—M5sr(*1l^neons.
1 time lc a word - 3 times 2*4c a word;
6 times 4Vfcc a word: $1 a line 1 month.
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LISTER'S AGRTCTVTtTRAL CHEMICAL
WORKS
Manufacturers of Fertilizers of all kinds.
Rone Rlaek. Glue, Grease. Chemicals, etc.
Buyers of Dry Bone and Butchers' Bone. Con
signments solicited. For particulars address
LISTER'S AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL
WORKS. 26 Broadway, New York city, and
Lister av., Newark. N. J.
JOHN F KKHOE. President.
WK pay the highest prices for old gold, silver,
platinum and diamonds. JEWELRY EX
CHANGE. 128 Market at., room 206. cor. Halaey.
Honeeliold Goode.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. CONTENTS OF
HOUSES. FLATS AND STORES BOUGHT;
CASH QUICK: CONFIDENTIAL. 42 SOUTH
ORANGE AV.; PIIONB 2071 MARKET.
City Advertisements.
AN ORDINANCE to amend an ordinance en- '
titled "An amendment to an ordinance fixing
the salaries of certain officers of the city of
Newark, approved January 21, 1893,'’ approved
December 10, 1906.
Be It Ordained, By the *.iayor and Common
Council of the city of Newark aa follows:
1. That an ordinance entitled “An amend
ment to an ordinance fixing the salaries of
certain officers of the city of Newark, approved j
January 21, 1893.“ approved December 10, 1906, j
be and the same la hereby amended ao as to
read as follows: ... _
The salary of the clerk of the Centre Market
be and the same Is hereby fixed at the sum of
two thousand, four hundred dollars ($2,400) per
annum.
2. All ordinances and parts of ordinances In
consistent herewith are hereby repealed.
The foregoing ordnance was presented In !
Common Council on Friday evening. December
9, 1910. was read twice under suspension of the
rules and duly ordered to a third reading.
JAMES F. CONNBLI.T.
<1«el2.13,14.15,18 City CItrir.
PUBLIC NOTICE la heraby slten that lha fot
lowing ordinance has teen passed by the
Board of Street and Water Commissioners an.1
approved bv the Acting Mayor of the City of
Newark, and pursuant to Chapter 36 of the
State law# of 1909, la herewith published by
title;
An ordinance to provide for the grading,
curbing and *1<le °*
from Waehlngton avenue to Riverside avenue.
Adopted December 8, 1910.
A. R. DENMAN,
President of the Board of Street and Water
Conrmleelonera.
WM. K. ORSLATHBAD,
Cleric of the Board.
Approved December 9, 1910.
WM. PENNINGTON,
declO-BtActing Mayer.
BOY ROBBERS ARE FREED.
ATLANTIC CITT. Dec. 1«.—Nine
boys, ranging In age from 11 to 18 years,
were arraigned betore Judge Hlgbee In
Juevnile Court, charged with looting
Boardwalk stores of merchandise
valued at 8800. All made confessions
to the police and pleas of guilty were
•ntered for them. After warning them
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For Sole.
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SI.ETGHS—All kinds and all prices; Portland
cutters of all descrlntlons: business s signs,
bob-sleds for coal business, new and second
hand; a speeding sleigh, as good ns new.
us a visit before rou buy. Vallsburg Wagon
and Carriage Co.. L. F. LOI-IUR. Manager.
South Orange -d Sandford are.. Palm st.,
city. _
75 SLETOHS on band, nil kind*. f"«m »
sleigh to a 10-ton bob-sled; all pHcea. 23 and
up. YaPabunr Wagon and Carrhpe Co.. T* r.
LOIHLE. Ms ns per. South Orange and Sann
ford ava.. end Palm st. _
RADIATORS.
POT STOWS. „
CAVVAS C. /TOGl
WALRH'R SONS A f’O..
CL.AT ANT) PASSAIC STREETS.
FOR SAT.E— nilvr tvncwrltcr. Vo. 3. «q'i*l tn
»,T T’O. RARRETT. 260 Chadwick »v., New
ark. N. J. __
ARTISTIC Man work: lnw.M nr Ice. HCREE,
12* Mark*! at.. Kln*> Rid*. Phnna 3720-J. Mitt.
FOR HALF.—Two winter nvc-cnnta, alia 38.
*2 SO and fl.tO; bargain.. *2 Preen at.
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P‘r.;os nnfl Oronns.
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6 time* P4c a word: $1 a line 1 month. ^
KFTW rrRTCTIT PI*VOS
OVT.Y 31.00 A WEEK.
tTSF.D UPRIGHTS.
*7*. *90, 3125. 3180. *176.
SPURGE'S, 65 SPRTVC.FIEI.D AT.
Medicnl.
1 time lc s word - 3 times 2^e * word;
| • times 4Hc a word; $1 a line 1 month._^ ^
LADIES DESIRING ADVTCE
br graduated registered specialist call at MRS.
WTT.LTAMS’S Office, private house. 439 West
Twentv-*econd st.. New York. 2 blocks from
Twontv-thlrd st. ferry, or 2 blocks from Twenty
third st. Hudson Tunnel station. Absolute satis
faction g\jnranteed. Charges moderate. Ad
vice free Office hours, 10 to 4: Sundays. 11 to 4.
LADIES' PRIVATE VUr-’W; conflnem-'Pt
cases: tru*'worthy advice by graduate regis
tered sneclnllst advice free and satisfaction
guaranteed MRS HARMON. 139 Washing
ton st.. Newark: private house; two Mocks rear
of Hahne's: offhe hours dally. 11 o. m. to 9
p. m.. Sundays. 2 to 7 p. m.
MIDWTFE—MRS. FRIEDRTCH. 490 Springfield
av . top floor- ladles’ specialist: examination
free; satisfaction.
WEFSF.L’S COUGH CORDTAL for cougha,
colds and for the throat: whooping cough,
diphtheria, hoarseness.
BAY-ROMA
restores gray hair. Dr. Stickle. 79 Halsey st. ;
Qty AIv»»4‘w*’»lltS.
AN ORDINANCE to amend an ordinance of
the city of Newark entitled. "An ordinance
to provide for the care, • istody, control and
maintenance of the New City Hall and connect
ing buildings, the property contained therein
and the ground adjacent thereto, and to create
certuln offices und to provide tor the appoint
ment of officers thereto and for their compensa
tion," approved February 1, 1907.
Be It Ordained, By the Mayor and Common
Council or the city of Newark as follows:
1. That paragraph fourteen of section three
of the above entitled ordinance be and the
same Is hereby repealed.
Adopted December 9, 1910.
J. H. DONNELLY,
Acting President of Common Council.
Presented to the Mayor for his approval
December 9, 1910.
JAMES F. CONNELLY, l
City Clerk. i
Approved December 9, 1910.
WILLIAM PENNINGTON.
Acting Mayor.
The foregoing ordinance was presented in
Common Council on Friday evening, December
9. 1910, read three times under suspension of
the rules, was passed and duly signed by tho
Mavor and Is therefore a law.
JAMES F. CONNELLY,
<Jecl2.t3.14.t5.16 City Clerk.
AN ORDINANCE to amend an ordinance en
titled "An ordinance amending section two
hundred and seventeen of the revised ordi
nances of tho city of Newark (Revision of
1802)," approved June 8, 1903.
Be It Ordained. By the Mayor and Common
Council of the city of Newark ns follows:
1. That section one of an ordinance entitled
"An ordinance amending section two hundred
and seventeen of the revised ordinances of the
city of Newark (Revision of 1902)," approved
June 8, 1903. be and the same is hereby amended
bo us to read ns follows:
The salary of the market police shall he threo
dollars and fifty cents per day.
2. All ordinances and parts of ordinances in
consistent herewith are hereby repealed.
The foregoing ordinance was presented In
Common Council on Friday evening. December
J. 1910, was read twice under suspension of the
rules and duly ordered to a third reading.
JAMES F. CONNELLY.
decl2.13,14.15,16 City Clerk.
AN ORDINANCE to amend an ordinance of
the city of Newark entitled, "An ordinance
relating to and regulating the emission of
dense smoke containing soot from chimneya,
stacks, f.ues or from tar kettles and other con
trivances within the corporate limits of tho
city of Newark, creating the department of
smoke abatement and the position of smoke
Inspector, prescribing the duties and sala-y
and the manner In which his work shall be
done, controlled and supervised, and providing
penalties for the violation of this ordinance,"
approved April 6. 190S.
Bo It Ordained. By the Mayor and Common
Council of the city of Newark as follows:
1. That that part of section three of the above
entitled ordinance which reads as follows, At
i salary of fifteen hundred dollars per annum,"
be and the same is hereby repealed.
Adopted December 9, 1910.
J. H. DONNELLY.
Acting President of Common Council. I
Presented to the Mayor for his approval
December 9. 1910.
JAMES F. CONNELLY.
City Clerk.
Approved December 9, 1910.
WILLIAM PENNINGTON,
Acting Mayor.
The foregoing ordinance was presented in
Common Council on Friday evening, December
9, 1910. r$ad three times under suspension of
the rules, was passed and duly signed by the
Maror and la therefore a law.
JAMES F. CONNELLY,
decl2 13,14,15.16 City Clerk.
AN ORDINANCE to amend an ordinance of
the city of Newark entitled, "An ordinance
to provide for the supervision and Inspection of
all electrical wiring appliances and apparatus
within the city of Newark, N. J., and for tbe
appointment under the supervision and direc
tion of the superintendent of buildings of com
petent and practical electricians to carry out
the provisions hereof, and prescribing their
duties, salaries and term of office," approved
April 6. 1908.
Be It Ordained, By the ,ayor and Common
Council of the city of Newark as follows:
1. That section nine of the above entitled or
dinance be and the same Is hereby repealed.
Adopted December 9. 1910.
V J. H. DONNELLY.
Acting President of Common Council.
Presented to the Mayor for his approval
December 9, 1910.
JAMES F. CONNELLY.
City Clerk.
Approved December 9. 1910.
WILLIAM PENNINGTON,
Acting Mayor.
The foregoing ordinance was presented In
Common Council on Friday evening. Docembei
9. 1910. read three times under suspension of
the rules, was passed and duly signed by the
Mayor and Is therefore a law.
JAMES F. CONNELLY.
decl2,13,14,15.16 City Clerk.
OFFICE of the Chief Engineer of the Board of
Street and Water Commissioners of the City
of Newark.
NOTICE.
The flnsl estimates for the following contracts
will he presented to the Board of Street and
Water Commissioners of the City of Newark,
for acceptance, on Thursday. December 22, 1910,
at 3 p. m., viz.:
Paving of
TREAT PLACE.
from William street to Branford place;
Repaving of
OARRABRANT PLACE,
from Bridge street northerly about 220 feet;
Repaving of
BLOOMFIELD AVENUE,
from Mt. Prospect avenue to city line.
All objections to the payment of said esti
mates must be died with me In writing on or
before 2 o’clock of Thursday, December 22, 1910.
Dated December 14, 1910.
MORRIS R. SHERRKRD.
deel4-6t Engineer.
that a repetition of their acts would
resuit In sending them to a reform
school Judge Higbee allowed them lib
erty in charge of their parents.
Quick results are what you get if you use the
Star. Try a classified ad.
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NEWARK ACADEMY.
Founded 1792.
WILSON FARRAND. Head Master.
Thorough prenarotlon for any college or scien
tific school, or for business life.
CATALOGUE ON APPLICATION.
NEWARK BUSINESS COLLEGE
86-92 Park place, near Proctor’s.
Call, write or phone for catalogue.
CAT 77 M A NATIONAL BUSINESS
win. COLLEGE. One block west
of P O., corner Halsey and Academy streets.
Catalog and school literature for the asking.
Mualc.
PTANO INSTRUCTION—LEO ouUESMANN.
nupll of Gortatowskl. Burmelster and Loren*,
removed to «Kfi South Fourteenth st.. Newark;
tel 1R44-R, Waverly.
MR. CHARLES F. ETCHHORN. 14 Thornes
st.. Instructor of piano, orgnn. harmony,
’cello, flute, guitar and mandolin.
NEW YORK teacher v*t*no and violin, Tues
day and Friday.* 114 South Orange av., corner
Beacon at.: eight lessons 73.
BANJO. Mand-.ifn. Guitar and Violin. A. J.
WEIDT. 429 Washington st.. cor. Kinney.
nnnefnor.
THE DAVIS SCHOOL OF DANCING.
HELEN MAC HUGH. CHART FS TRAVERS.
TEACHERS OF DANCING.
Private lessons our specialty. Waltz and two
step guaranteed 1n six lessons fwfth music), day
or evening, by appointment. Classes every eve
ning. For circulars and terms call or write Davis
School of Dancing, 406 Broad st. Phone 20-J, B.B.
City Advertisements. ^
AN ORDINANCE to amend sections 240, 344.
245. 250. 1*52. 253 and 258 of an ordinance of
the city of Newark entitled, "An ordinance to
amend Chapter xlx, of the revised ordinances
of the city of Newark (Revision of <902). ap
proved January 3, 1902, entitled ‘An ordinance 1
relating to weights and measures and preserlb- .
Ing the duties of the city sealer of weights and
measuiee,' " approved June 8, 1907.
Re It ordained, Bj the Mayor and Common
Council of the city of New irk its follows:
Section 1. That sections 240, 244, 246, 260, 262,
263 and 25S of an ordlm e of the city of New
ark entitled, "An ordinance to amend chapter
xlx. of the revised ordinances of the city "f
Newark (Revision of 1902). approved January j
3, 1902, entitled An ordinance relating to ;
weights and measures, and prescribing the ,
duties of the city sealer of weights and meaa- '
urea,' " approved June 8, 1907, be amended so j
as to read us follows:
Section 240. There shall be established by the
Common Council of the city of Newark a de
partment to be known as the depHrtment or
weights and measures. . The said department
shall he in charge of a sealer of weights and
measures, who shall be appointed by the Com
mon Council.
The said sealer of weights and treasures Is
hereby charged with the enforcement of the
ordinances of the city of Newark relntlng to
weights and measures. He snail have charge
of all standard beams, weights and measures
belonging to the city and shall carefully keep
and prenorve the same, and upon the expira
tion of his term, of office or resignation or re
removal he shall forthwith deliver the same to
his successor In office or to any person duly
authorized by the Common Council to take
jossesslon thereof.
There shall also be appointed as many as
sistant scalers of weights and measures as
shall be deemed necessary by the Common
Council. The said assistant sealers of weights
and measures shall be subject to the super
vision of the scaler of weights and measures
and shall assist him In the work of his office
and shall have the same powers and authority
as the sealer of weights and measures In the )
performance of the duties assigned to thorn
and may perform euch acts In the name of
the sealer of weights and measures. j
Section 244. All persons using weights an J ,
measures, scale beams, patent balances, ste'd i
yards, or any other instrument In weighing
or measuring any article *ntended to be pur
chased or sold, or scales used for weighing
work for employees In factories In the city of
Newark, shall cause the same to be sealed
and marked by the sealer of weight* ,an<l
measures or an assistant sealer-of weights and ,
measures of sold city, unless such Instrument i
has been previously so tested, sealed and :
marked. All measures of extension on counters 1
or other fixtures shall be marked by brass
headed nails or such other materials as may bt I
plainly seen and distinguished.
Section 246. It sha.l be unlawful for any
person, persons or corporation to use any
weight, measure, scale beam, patent balance, !
steel yard or any other Instrument In weigh- !
Ing or measuring any commodity, article or ;
thing intended to be purchased or sold or any :
instrument used for weighing or measuring
work for employees In factories unless the i
same shall have been tested, sealed and
marked by the sealer of weights and measures |
or by an assistant sealer of weights *wnd meas- I
ures. Any person, persons, firm or corporation
who shall violate the provisions of this section !
■hall, upon conviction thereof, forfeit and pay !
a penaltv of twenty-five dollars for each offense.
Section 250. Any weight which, upon being]
tested, Is found to be Incorrect to the extent .
of one-eighth of an ounce or more, or any •
scale of thirty pounds' capacity or less which,
upon being tested, Is found to he incorrect to ;
the extent of one-eighth of a pound or more,
or any scale having n capacity of between
thirty pounds and one hundred pounds which, 1
upon being tested, in found to be Incorrect j
one-quarter of a pound or more, or any scale 1
which Is in a condition unfit to be used by !
reason of being worn, rusted or for any other j
cause, or any measure, utensil or Instrument j
which Is used In the sale or purchase of any :
goods or article of merchandise which does :
not conform to the standard prescribed by \
statute shall, upon being found Incorrect by ;
the sitld city sealer of weights and measures 1
or any assistant sealer of weights and meas
ures, be confiscated and destroyed. Any per- j
3on, persona, firm or corporation which shall i
refuse to deliver to said sealer of weights and \
measures or to any of the assistant sealers of
weights and measures any such Instrument
enumerated In the foregoing paragraph upon
demand shall, upon conviction, forfeit and pay
a penalty of fifty dollars ($50).
Section 252. All weights, measures, scale
beams, patent balances, steel yards or other
Instruments used In weighing or measuring any
article Intended for purchase or sale within
the city of Newark, which are Incorrect and
which cannot be made to conform, to the stand
ard. shall be stamped "condemned" by the
city sealer of weights and measures and shall
not thereafter be used by any person for the
purpose of weighing or measuring any goods
or merchandise. It shall be unlawful for any
person, firm or corporation to alter or cause
to be altered any Instrument Intended to be
used for weighing and measuring so that the
same does not conform to the standard, nor
shall any such altered instrument be used
within the city of Newark for weighing or
measuring any article or thing whatsoever.
Any person, persons, firm or corporation
which shall violate any of the provisions of t.h#
foregoing section shall, upon conviction
thereof, forfeit and pay a penalty of fifty
dollars ($50).
Section 253. It shall be unlawful for any per
son. firm or corporation within the city of
Newark to sell, offer for sale or give any
weight, measure, scale beam, putent balance,
steel yard or other instrument Intended for use
in weighing or measuring, unless the saroe
shall have been tested, sealed and marked by
the sealer of weights end measures or by sn
assistant Healer of weights and measure* of
the city of Newark, and upon violation of th*
provisions of this section, shall be liable to a
penalty of fifty dollars ($60) for bach offense.
Section 258. It shall be unlawful for any per
son. persons, firm or corporation to sell »r
offer for sale within the city of Newark any
commodity, goods or merchandise at or for a
greater weight or measure than the true mcM
] ure or weight thereof, and all Ice, coal, coke,
j meats, poultry, butter, butter In prints, pro
visions and all other commodities and articles
• of merchandise (except vegetables sold by the
! head or bunch) shall be weighed or measured
] by scales, measures or balances or In measuros
duly tested, sealed and marked by the sealer
j of weights and measures. Any person, per
sons, firm or corporation that shall violate the
provisions of this section shall, upon convic
tion, forfeit and pay a penalty of fifty dollars
for each offense.
Sectlou 3. All ordinances and parts of or
dinances Inconsistent with this ordinance are
hereby repealed.
Section 4. Thl* ordinam shall take effect
; immediately.
The foregoing ordinance was presented In
Common Council on Friday evening December
2, 1910. was read once; was read a second time
at a meeting of the Common Council held De
cember 9. 1910. and duly ordered to a third
reading. JAMES F. CONNELRY.
City Clerk.
AN ORDINANCE to amend sn ordinance en
titled “An ordinance fixing the salary of the
assistant clerk of Centre Market," approved
November 14. 190*.
Be It Ordained. By the Mayor and Common
Council of the city of Newark as follow*:
1. That the above entitled ordinance be and
the same Is hereby amended so as to read as
Section 1. That the salary of the assistant
clerk of Centre Market shall be one thousand,
eight hundred dollars p«r annum, payable semi
monthly. . .
2 All ordinance# and part# of ordinance# in
consistent herewith are hereby repealed.
The foregoing ordinance was presented 1®
Common Council on Friday evening, December
9 1910. was rend twice under suspension of ih«
rules and duly ordered to a third reading.
JAMES F. CONNELLY.
‘ doc.2,U,i4,»5, *6 City Clerk.
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Lost and F"«nd..
1 time lc a word; 3 times 2%o a word;
6 times 4%c a word; $1 a line 1 month.
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DOST—Oil Thursday, December 15, shortly after
12:15 p. m., between the Court House and
Bamberger's, a lady’s gold watch. Finder re
turn to Janitor, 23 Franklin et. and receive
: reward. I
DOST—A bracelet, at the General Electric danoo
at Krueger’s Auditorium on Wednesday eve
ning. December 14. Reward If returned to 365
Camden st.. city.
DOST—Enameled brooch, angel head design,
on Seventh av., between Fourteenth st. and
Roseville av., on Wednesday evening. Suitable
reward If finder will phone 1597-J. Orange.
DOST—A wallet, containing about 185. Finder
will be rewarded by *• turning same to A. R.
MIDD, 49 Warwick st., city.
T.#OST—Pocket book, containing large sum of
money, between Ferguson and Frederick sta.
Reward If returned to 97 Frederick st.
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Business Oonnrtntrties.
1 time lr a word; 3 times 2,£c a word:
6 times 4V£c a word: $1 a line 1 month. ^
BUSINESS PDACES SODD-If you want to buy .
or sell see SCHWARTZ’S Business Exchange,
205 Springfield a?. Phone 921-L, Market. |
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Coming Events. 1
1 tlfne lc a word; 8 times 2Mic a word;
8 times 4Vfec a word; $1 a line 1 month.
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wOCIAD DANCE—F. DOEDGER’S HALL, S68
Morris av., Christmas eve. Saturdav, Decom
ber 24, 1910. Admission, Including wardrobe, 25c.
REAL ESTATE.
TRANSFERS.
NEWARK.
Weequahlc Park Land and Improve
ment Co. to Mary A. Gibson, n a
Custer av. 126 ft w fr Seymour av.
26x100. *1
JoBeph E. Cooper, Jr, to Henry J.
Meyer, w s Hillside av. 225 ft n fr
Bigelow st, 26x100. 1
Philadelphia Trust, Safe Deposit and
Insurance Co. to Coe-olortlmer
Chemical Co., ealt meadow laud
known as Charles Baeder est, n s
Passaic River, 18 acres. 38,8*6
Nathan Goldstein et al to Siegfried
Braun, w s 3. 14th st, 374 ft n fr
Avon av. 26x85. 1 '
Frederick H. Smith, Jr, to Frederick
H. Smith, Jr, et al (exrsl, s e cor
lot Abner Pierson, on Mulberry et,
40x118. 1 :
William S. Vllet to Ella D. Hood,
n b Academy st, cor land Silas
Condit, 46x114; and other tracts— 1
Theo J. Ackerman et al to John F.
Karcsewskl, a s Passaic av, 87 ft
s fr Van Buren st, 19x100. 4,600
Manny Bock to Joseph Gemlner, n s
Pennington st, 260 ft e fr R. R. av,
30x74. 1
Pe^er Bessman et al to Charles A.
Morel, w ■ Broad st, 106 ft ■ fr
Harvey st, 26xluj; and oilier tract.. 1
Charles A. Morel to Samuel Krieger
et al, e s N. 9th st, 367 ft n fr .
4tb av, 28x100; and other tract. l i
Peter M. Blauvelt to Bailey & Ailing'
Dumber Co., e s Ogden st, s fr right
of way running easterly fr Ogden
st, 26x102. 1 .
George D. Van Arsdale et al to
Samuel H. HouBton, s s Crawford
st, 125 ft e fr Washington st. 33x116 1
George D. Van Arsdale et al (exrs)
to same, same nrorertv. . 1,846
William H. Drake to Laura Helm
Btaedter, e s New York av, 414 ft
w fr Pacific st, 25x102. 1
Clarence W. Ailing et al to Peter
M. Blauvelt, w s Passaic River.
136 ft n fr Id William King, 98x236 T
Samuel Goldberg to Seely Howell, e
b N. 12th st, 100 ft n fr Park av,
28x100 . 1
Giuseppe Tirchlo to Antonio Feola, !
k e eor Bergen at and 14th av,
56x84 . 1
Howard Peek to Samuel H. Houston,
e s Crawford st, 126 ft e fr Wash
ington st, 21x101 .l. 1
George W. McDowell (exr) to United
Merchants’ Realty Co., e 3 Plane
st, 80 ft n e fr Nesbit st, 25x100.... 8.676
Conrad Rech to Susie J ieb, w s
Broome st, 152 it n fi Rose >t, 19x100 1 ,
\\ alter J. Stone to Samuel B. Simon,
e 6 S. 12th st, 69 ft n fr Madison
a\r, 37x100 . 1
TOWNSHIPS.
Anton Saiewicz to George Timko,
Bloomfield, n e James st, 104 ft w
fr Rose pi. 27x102 . 1
Hannah C William#* and hus to Will
iam F. bollinger, W. Orange, n s
Hayard st, 175 ft w fr Thomas st,
50x100 1
Mary E. T. Frazee and hus to Town
send Frazee, Livingston, cen Hill
side av, n fr property Aaron Jew
ell. 29 acres .... . 1 i
Hattie E. Hill to Everett Harrison.
Montclair, w s Willowdale av, s
fr Gardiner pi, 60x110. 1
Fidelity Development Co to Wellmla
Fraentzel, E. Orange, lots 123-121,
map East Orange ter. 1
Oaks Laud and Improvement Co. to
Harry Brabban et al. Belleville, n
h Division av, 387 ft w fr Linden
av, 27x109 . 1
Charles A. Morel to Samuel Krieger
et al, E. Orange, w s N. Grove at,
242 ft n fr Rutledge av, 40x100 . 1
Charles Kocher to Gertrude V. Bron
nen et al. W. Orange, s a Pe'lot
pi, n e cor Id Luella Richards, 4 x'iOO 3,500
Hattie R. Miller and hus to Edward
G. Robertson, S. Orange, n e s Tur
rell av, 419 ft s e fr Charlton av,
100x158 . 1
Philip J. Bowers to Joseph Cetrulo.
Bloomfield and Belleville, n w cor
Newark and Watsessing avi, 26x102 1
Greylock Land Co. to Reinhold
Gierseh, Belleville, n s Greylock
av, e fr Breraond st. 37x100. 1
Harry H. Flournoy to James Mac
Donald, Jr.. Orange, e s Bradford st.
220 ft s fr Washington st, 25x100— 1
Greylock Land Co. to John F. Coo
gnn, Belleville, n s Greylock av, 75
ft e fr Bremond st, 37x100. 1
MORTGAGES RECORDED.
NEWARK.
I'redericka H. Hess et al to Charles A.
Feick. east side Ashland street, 230 feet
south from South Orange avenue, $2,000.
Jacob Kaiser to same, Jacob Kaleer
estate $600
Coe-Mortimer Chemical Company to
Philadelphia Trust, Safe Deposit and In
surance Company, two tracts salt meadow
land, 17 acres, Charles Baader estate,
$23,3C0.
Jennie N. Trimpi and husband to Will
iam W. Trlrnpt, northeast corner William
> and Plane sts; and second tract, 92,600.
Siegfried Braun to Nathan Goldstein,
west side South Fourteenth street, north
from Avon avenue. $1,000.
Carl F. Sainmet to Edward P. Hasslnger,
south side Runyon avenue, 282 feet west
from Reeve place, $3,600.
Otto Molter to German Savings Bank,
east side North Eighth street, 300 feet
south from Berkeley avenue, $1,500.
John F. Karczew.ski to T’eo J. Acker
man et al (trustees), south Hide Passaic
avenue, 87 feet west from Van Buren
street, $3,600.
Henry J. Ruppert to Egldio W. Mascla,
east side Sanford avenue 1,06-1 feet south
from Tremont avenue. $200.
Joseph Gemlner to Grace M. Mack, north
side Pennington street, 260 feet east from
Railroad avenue. $3,000.
Charles A. Morel to Samuel Krelger et
al, west side Broad street, 106 feet south
from Harvey street. $1,300.
Annie Grossman and husband to. Ellis
Hlmber, west side Broome street, north
side Kinney street. $2,600.
Laura Helmstaedter et al. to Charles A.
Feick. south side New York avenue, 414
feet west from Pacific street; aDd second
tract. $2,600.
Mary S. Nelson to Fidelity Trust Com
pany. west side Hillside, avenue, 743 feet
south from Hawthorne avenue, $3,000.
Peter M. Blauvolt to Clarence W. \lllng
et al., west side Passaic River, 136 feet
north from William King’s land, $46,000.
Same to Prudential Insurance Company,
east aide Ogden street, south side Carllslo
place, $60 000.
Seely Howell to Samuel Goldberg, east
side North Twelfth street, ICO feet north
from Park avenue. $200.
William D. Winterbottom to John Lever,
east side Grace street, 100 feet north from
Cottage street. $1,000
Antonio Feola to Giuseppe Ticchto,
southeast corner Bergen street and Four
teenth avenue. $6,000,
Same to Michael Winter, same property,
$3,000.
jfciur.iet E. Consult et al. to Charles
Rbrl Estate
Special Real Estate Pajs—TTraesd^ys and Fridays, ,.
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Real Estate Brokers.
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LATHROP ANDFRSON
REAL . 1ST ATE AND INSURANCE,
174 Broad at. Factories. Phone 1481 MarKat.
F. F. MAYOTCO.
We do r general rent estate business. We -elicit
your trade and guarantee satisfaction.
783 Broad st., Newark. Phone 6160 Market.
ROBFRT O’GOR MAN & CO
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE,
IB Clinton street. Tel. 133 Market,
CHARI.FS SPFNC.I FR~
Real estate, fire Insurance and mortgage loans.
Metropolitan Bldg. Washington and Market sts.
STOirrFNRFRfiH.MOFT LER
REAL ESTATE, TNSPRANCE.
(100 Broart »t. Phone 18K-1SM Merket.
RENTS COT T.ECTED.
BO'-’Est end PROMPT retnms enurenteefl.
SAMT'EI R. CAIRNS. 4M RROAD 8T.
INSURANCE AT LOWEST RATES.
P L. BRYCE.
Insurance. Real Fstate. Loans. 790 Broad st»
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To I et f°r nurnoses.
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6 times 4Vio a word; $1 a line 1 month.
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L.ARGE STORK, No 124 South Orange rt., op
posite Norfolk at.; busy spot; two car lines
>ass door. FIEDT.F.P. CORPORATION. No. 142
darkef st., ornoalte Bamberger’s.
MARKET ST REFT STORE. No. 21.
Court House; low rental. FIEDLER COR
PORATION. 142 Market at.__
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Dwehinq bouses to Let.
I 1 time 1c a word: 3 times 2^c a word;
^ C times 4Vfcc a word ; fl a line 1 month. ^ ^
BRICK dwelling, seven large, bright rooms 1
and bath; every modem -'onvenlence; newly ;
enovated; nee Central av.; conven'ent to two
rollers and depot: within walking distance of
lowntown; rent 327.60. FEIST & FEIST, <38
3road. _’ j
HTELINOHUYSFN AV., 651*.—Six-mom dwell- ;
lng. Improvements: monthly or yearly tenant.
Lpply to J WARD SMITH A SON. Prudential
Building. *j
LaAFA YETTE 8T.. 390—Four rooms, first floor, j
Improvements, to monthly or yearly tenant.
Lpplv to J. WARD SMITH ft SON. Prudential
Building.
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Furtvsbed Rooms to Let.
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6 times 4Hc a word; 31 a line 1 month. I
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CLINTON ST.. 50— Rooma, also light house- ;
keeping.
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3REEN ST., 98*4—Heated rooms, all Improve- j
ments.
TALSEY ST., 81—Nicely furnished rooms, all
Improvements, steam heat.
jAFAYF.TTE ST 176 Rnontn? and boarilng. (
iULBFP.RY 8T., 210—Nicely furnlihed rooms
for light housekeeping, connecting or single;
mprovements; reasonable^ central.
BOSEVILLB. 8USSEX AV., 346V4. near Sixth
st.—Comfortable heated room, near trolleys
ind Lackawanna station. _
IOTTTH ORANGE AV.. 248—'Two large connect
ing rooma, all Improvements.
1TIRLING ST.. 47>4—Pleasant room, all im
provementa; private tfouse; central.
IRe«d FsUte for Sale, f
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« time® 4Wc a word; (1 a line I month! I
BEAUTIFUL TWO-FAMILY. CLINTON HILL.
Fifteen large, bright rooms, two tiled baths!
extra toilet, extra washroom®, reception halls,
parquet floors; separate heaters, separate en
trances; owner living out of town, must sell
mortgage 16.000: rents $7R0; price $7,750. FF.IST
A FEIST. 738 Broad.
CLINTON HILT*
Gentleman's residence; best part: twelve
large rooms, tiled bath f shower); Ideal floor
plan, artistic decorations: parquet floors; hard
wood trim: steam heat: large plot: room for
garage; $2,600 below cost. FKIST & FEIST. 738
Broad.
CLINTON HILT, TWIN H USES,
semi-detached; superb locality; eight rooms
and bath each; 'reception bale, parquet floors;
steam heaters; combi nat on ga^ and «*»»•*!
ranges, 60-foot plot: closing ©state; price $8,500;
cash required $1,000, balance nrlva* mort
gage. FEIST & FEIST. 73S Broad.
FOREST HILL.
Cory home; dandy ?tucco residence; seven
bright rooms, reception hall; steam, electricity;
hardwood trim; parquet floors; snap, $5,500.
FEIST & FEIST. 738 Broad.
FOR SALE—Eight-room one-family house, all
improvements lot 28x100; 84 Dover st.. Vaii*
burg section. Inquire of MICHAEL J. TAN9ET.
’64 Market st.. Newark. N. J.
RARE OPPORTUNITY—Old established corner
grocery for sale; excellent locality, one block
from. Market st.; good American. Italian and
French trade; retiring from business.
GROCERY, Box 30. Star Office.
RIDGEFIELD PARK—iiOt on Second st., 150
feet off Central av.; bargain. F. R'rEIN
METZ, 334 High st., Newark. N. J.
ROSEVILLE THREE-FAMILY.
Nesr station, near trolley; seventeen large
rooms, three baths; honest construction; rental _
$650: quick action necensarv; $6,200. FEIST A. jiM
FEIST, 738 Broad.
$1,000 CASH BUYS |j|
great Investment snap. Central av., best part; H
convenient to everywhere; modern fnur-famllv
apartment; six light rooms, bath und birge
pantry each suite: ^orceloln lined sinks; sen
orate steam, heaters: large porches; will rent
$1,080; price only $8,850; act quickly. FEIST A
FEIST, . 738 Broad.
Owelllngt.
DOCTOR'S office, reslu.nco and gsn~e. Clin
ton av., near High st.: stone, brick and frame
dwe’llng, 16 rooms, all Improvements; brlclc
garage or stable on street in rear: plot 30x2i0;
bargain for quirk buyer; view by appointment.
J. WARD SMITH & SON, Prudential Building.
HUDSON TUNNELS via Penn, road station;
dwelling on South st., one block away. 10
rooms, all Improvements: free and clear: ;>rt ©
low, owner going abronri; view by apnolntm.-nt.
J. WARD SMITH & SON, Prudential Building.
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Real F?Fte Ft Sole.
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OUT OF TOWN.
J3.T50 FIRST MORTCAOF. on well located
corner property worth $6,000 for stile. App'v
CHAS. B. WALKER. 176 Centre st.. New Yo.k.
Long: Island.
I Is Your Last
/ Name Attract?
I Send It tc us and If we can
I use it we will pay you by giv
I Ing vou a building lot FREE.
I 65 streets In our newsdevelop
f ment to be named after people
f answering our advertisements.
/ KNOLL CF.EST PARK CO.
/ 45 BROAJWAY. N. Y.
City Advertisements.
>FFTCE OF THE BOARD OF EXCISE COM
MISSIONERS OF THE CITY
OF NEWARK.
City Hall, December 14, 1910.
The following la the list of the names, resl
lences and places of business of applicants for
lcenses contained In all applications or port
ions made to this board for the granting of
lcenses to sell spirituous, vinous, nmlt or
) re wed liquors, and not heretofore published
iccordlng to law, to wit:
Name. Place of Business. Residence.
RETAIL—NEW APPLICATIONS.
Idlchael Boffard, S2-*4 Sixteenth av.,
563 Peshlne av.
^arnrtne Rcsamedla. 139 Eighth av.,
137 Eighth av.
Hyman Klemanaky, 489 Eighteenth av.,
Same place
RETAIL-RENEWALS.
Herb. Pierce. 341 Market st.550 Twelfth av.
ras. M. Prendergast, 836 Mt. Prospect av.,
Same place
Dscar A. Helblg, 406-407 Seventh av..8ame place
Herman Russomano, 122 Eighth av.,
13«H Eighth av.
Harry R6tb, 166 Spruce st.f ....Same place
John Llmbert, 74Vi Orange st.Same place
Jerry Donahue. 69 Ferry st.Same place
John S. Tyklewlce. 76 Joseph st.Same place
I7hB. Fruhllng, 491 Bergen st.8ame place
Joseph Pi ikant. 331 Fifteenth av.Same place
Paul Martin, 23 Avenue C.Same place
Harry Hchatz, 84 Lafayette st.Same place
Emmet J. Quinn, 182 Ferry st.Same place
Francis Schindler, 666 1 jrry st.Same place
Peter Schllntz, 89 Ferry st....Sameplaoe
WHO LBS A LE-RENEWAL.
Atx & Gebhardt, 149 South Orange av.,
162 nunterdon at.
BEER BOTTLER—RENEWALS.
Simon Rosenstein, 697 Orange et.Same place
Ballantine & Co.. 438-437 Ferry st.. .Same place
RETAIL—SINGLE TRANSFER.
Falentlne Richard, 463 North Fifth st..
317 South Eighteenth at.
RICHARD MILLER,
President.
JAMBS F. OONNHLLY,
City Clerk.
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Factory Property and Sites i
for SHe or to Let. |i
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6 times 4^c a word-, $1 a line l month. H
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EXECUTOR’S SALE—Must sell Immediately t® fij
close estate, exceptional factory corner. New ■
Jersey Railroad av.; . most central, convenient H
location; excellent shipping facilities; plot *
about 120x160; chance to pick up bargain. f
FEIST A FEIST. Factory Specialists, 738 Broad. »
ONE-RTORY, high basement. 75x107; patent
cement floors; steam heat, electric l! ^f)t;
easiest terms, or will ex'-knne*' 'or unim
proved property. FEIST A FEIST. Facto y • j
RpeclaMsts, 733 Broad. \
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Apartments, Flats and
Rooms to Let.
1 time lc a word; 3 tlmea 2‘Ac a word;
• times 4Hc k word: $1 a line 1 month. j
APARTMENT'S!! CAROLYN & CRESCENT!!
Murray and Brunswick Streots.
One block from. Clinton av., near South
Street Station; five and six beautiful room*. j
tiled bath; Janitor, hot water heat: one month'*
rent free. FEIST A FEIbT, 738 Broad.
APARTMENT!! COI/ONIAL!!
18 West Kinney Street.
Six pleasing room®, tiled bath, shower: com
plete Improvements, janitor, hot water, heat;
one month’s rent free. FEIST A FEIST, Man
aging Agents. 738 Broad.
APARTMENT!! RUDOLPH!!
26-28 West Kinney Street. t,
Seven beautiful rooms; aJl modem imp’ove
menta; Janitor, hot water, heat: one month’s
rent free. FEIST A FEIST. 738 Broad.
BELMONT AV.. 462—Six large, light rooms and
bath; corner flat; all Improvements; rent $16.
FEIST A FEIST. 738 Broad.
ELEGANT FLAT—Five rooms, all Improve- \
ments. only $14; Janitor service. FIEDLER
CORPORATION. 142 Market at., opposite Bam
berger* a. t<
HARTFORD ST., 106, ne^r First at.—Four nice
rooms, rent $10. f
HOWARD ST., 124—Two rooms. $5; 126, flve
rooms. $7. Inquire Mrs. Taylor. 124 Howard
st., or FEIST & FEIST. 7L> Broad.
PRINCE ST., 263—Four rooms. $10; for desir
able colored families. FEIST & FEIST, 738
Broad.
ROSEVILLE, near station—Five large rooms,
bath; all conveniences; decorated; halls car
peted; rent $16; aleo flat, six rooms, $18. FEIST
A FEIST, 738 Broad.
SPRINGDALE AV.—Six rooms and bath; all
modern Improvements: separate entrances
and separate steam heaters; rent $26; special
Inducements. FEIST A FEIST, 738 Broad.
SUMMIT ST., ,No. 66—Four rooms, rent $8. j
MRS. ROGER■
Tax Notice.* ^
'tax NOTICE.
OmCE OF RECEIVER OF TAXES.
City Halt.
Newark, N. J., October 19, 1910.
This office will bo open from Thursday, Oc
tober 20. 1910. until April 14, 1911, for ths recep
tion of taxes for 1910:
Particular attention Is called to the follow
ing requirements of law:
If paid on or before the thirty-first day of
October, one (1' per cent, will be deducted
If paid on or before the twentieth day of
November, one-balf (H) of one (1) per cent, will
^If^pald^on or before the twentieth day of De
cember. the exact amount of tax.
If not paid on or before the twentieth day of
December, Interest at the rate of twelve (U> $
ner cent per annum will be added.
If not paid on or before April 14. 1911, war
rants will be issuti with three f|> per cent,
penaltv, Justice and collector's fees, in ad
dition to ten ($.10) cents cost of publication on
each amount personal. >
Office open from 8 a. m. to 2 p. m. /
Saturdays from 8 a. m* to 12 m.
ROBERT L.
J
Borcherllng, north side South street, 75
feet west from New Jersey Railroad ave
nue. 53,000.
Ellse von Hlrech and husband to Union
Building and Loan Association, south aide
Irvirg street, northwest comer William O.
Odell's land, *1.200. _
Samuel H. Houston to Hahne Building
and Loan Association, eouth side Craw
ford street, 125 feet east from Washing
ton street, *3,000.
Same to George D. Van Arsdale et at,
(executors), same property, *259.
United Merchants Realty Co. to Hahne
Building and Loan Association, east elds
Plane street, 80 feet northeast from Nesblt
street, *3,400. , . , ,
Susie I.leb and husband to Mechanics
Building and Ix>an Association, west side
Avon place. 182 feet north from Rose
street, *6,000.
TOWNSHIPS.
William C. De I-anoy to Mutual Life
Insurance Company of New York, Mlll
burn, centre private road (Montvlew ave
nue), west side Pitcher's land, 840,000.
George Tlmko to Lewis Cokefalr, Bloom
field, north side James street, 104 feet
west from Rose place, S1.600.
Same to Antoni Salewlc*. Bloomfield,
same property, *760. , .
Antoni Salewtcx to Michael Krlwlckl,
Bloomfield, north side James street, 33 feet
west from Rose place, *2,100. _
William P Bollinger to Hannah C. Will
iams, West Orange, north side Hayward
street, 175 feet west from Thomas street,
*1,200. ,
Same to Elwood C. Harris, West Orange,
same property; and second tract. *800.
William H. Williams, sr.. to Charles I.
Reeves, West Orange, north side Eagle
Rock avenue, 60 feet east from Julia
Williams's land, *700.
Colonial Cottago Corporation to Herman
,T Koehler (executor), Montclair, east side
Willow street, 240 feet southwest from
Cross street. *3,000.
Morris Slltuan to Vreeland Kearney
Lumber Company. Irvington, west side
Grove street, 471 feet south from Spring
field avenue. *843.
Relnhold Glersch to Reliable Bulldln*
and Loan Association, Belleville, nortr
aide Greyiock avenue, east side Bremond
street, *3.000.
John F. Coogan to Reliable Building and
Loan Association, Belleville, north elds
Greyiock avenue. 76 feet east from
Bremond street, *2,800.

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