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' Charles S. Orbon m Harry A. Pfei
fer et al. e s S •_ ft h st. 125 ft n fr
13th av, 25x100... $1
Jackson Construction •'*«. to Charles
S. Orben. n w S. 19th st. 11 ft
n fr 19th av. 180x159. 1
Basil w. Boesch t“ Theodore J:
Reek, s a Olivet >\ 300 ft <• fr
Tyler st. 52x214. l
Charles K. Smith t" John E, Wright,
e s Hudson st, 150 ft n fr Sussex
av, 25x95 .v..... ! '
Tompkins & Maiuk-ville HurncsM o> *
to Albert W, Vcrinio. w s Ward
*t, cor lot W. ! 1. Kirk. O xS... 1 |
Michael Baum t* Nellie 1*. Redden,
w 8 RnsevilJ, av, 11.: ft n fr 3d
av, 33x100, and other tract ...... l
Philip Rosoubej c 1 > John Stupa et
hI. w s Bergen s'. 966 1\ n fr Avon
av, 31x105. l
Annie Bauer and bus t > John Stopa
et al. same pn-pertv . 1
Ellen Kelly to Antoni' Musa, w >
Coldett st, 72 ft tr Warren st.3»x2S 1
John Yuli] et ul t \ dnrgur<! Vuitl.
w s Ridge at. • I" ft fr llloninlleld
av, 25x100 . 1
EUtftbeth A. Burton p. Kiuldio
Tarullo, n s Bank «?t. 260 i: e ft
Wllsev st. 21x101. I
Margaret Vulll to Mui ic < krbi-i i<h.
w s Ridge st. 440 ft fr Blooudkdd
av, 2ox Ion. 1 .
William A. B. Perry t > William !;
Gould. >• < Liberty at _ tt fr i-ktii
at, 64x72 . 1
Martha WUtel a.ml tins to AluMhutn
Papier et al. w s I', shim a\. 7.7
ft s fr Waverly pi 25x105 . .. 1
Lillian B. Smith .ind bus to Forest
Hill Co., w s lie Gruw iv, 137 ft
fr Voromi av, 33x100.. i
Forest Ilill i *.» (<• Ernest Grin maun.
' same proper! > . i
Stephen S. Day to Matthew T. Guy.
w 8 Broad st. 250 ft s \v fr William
8l, .48x106 . 1
Harry Weinstein tr* Joseph Gold uet
w s Peabtne av. 184 ft u fr Madison
av. 34x105 .... . 1
Rose Zeliff aud litis in John J. Keat
ing. jr, s 8 Elliott ft, 259 ft Tr Sum
mer .’V. 25x131... 1
Thomas G. Greene to Harry K. Ford
n ft Vandorpool st. 150 It e fr I've
linghuysen av. L5xl00. 1
Davtd Alpert t<* Abrulmm Kapofakv. ]
n s Waverly av. 92 fl e fr Somer
set at. 25x93. 1
W alter \\. Billers ft ul to F. H
Smith, jr. s > Bank t-t, 72 ft w fr
Bergen <t. 25x100 . 1
Forest Hill Co to Harry K. Salmon,
y a Do Vi raw av. 147 ft fr Grafton
av. 50x100 . 1
Mary Bornemann («xri William
A. McManus, s s William st. 137
ft fr Hulsey fit. 26x10<>.. 19.5am
Nellie F. Heddeii lo Michael Baum
w s N. 6tli st. 1*n» ft s ft- Delavau
av, 50x100, and other tract. 1;
Geuevieve Dlbrnse to l.ebreoht
Fritzsehe. w s Fairmounf av. 150 ft
.v fr 14th av. 25x106.. Jj
illiain Harrigan fslifT) to Pierre A.
Regad. e a Belmont av. 193 ft ft j
old Spruce st. 25x100 . 2.93-->;
Pierre A. Regal to Alfonso Signore
et r 1. same property . 1}
Grey lock liand Co. to Isabella C.
Girgan. Belleville, s s Overlook av.
150 ft fr Eleanor 8*, 25x100. 1 !
William II. DeVansney «*t ul «exr«»
to Alvin Reynold?. Nutley. n *•
DeVansney pi. 313 ft fr Bloomfield
av. 56x128 .. 1
Mary E. Broadbcnt to Lydia E
Fills. Nutley, n s Beech gt. 351 ft fr
Prospect st. 68x222. 1
Modern Essex Co. to ’ Frank De
Apgclis. Belleville, n e cor Harri
gon st and Brighton av, 32x100- i :
Helen T. Durand u> Charles H. Nor
mnn. S. Orange, s e s Woodland
av, GOn ft s w * Reach st. 45x150... <
fames Joseph Mackinson to Meyer
Rosenbaum. W. Orange, a s Will
iam st. ’00 ft n w fr Whittlesey
av. 33x125 .. 1
fehu It. German /to Edwin IT.
Volkrnan, Orange, n s Madison st. • :
-’<5.ft fr Re)Y ft.. kft . 1
TTianotW r: Burn sine et al to Cnr
m.'uk J. Rronnan. Orange. > s
Mead *t. I'bi ft n e fr Washington
st, 50x104 ..... 1
datUda W. Winterbottom et al to.
Teresa Iladh y et al, Irvington, v s
Grove st,' 15m it n fr Cottage st.
x’ntley Manor fa\nd' Co. to Walter
1C. Hunt. Notify, vv s Washington*
av. 72. tt s. .ft. Hunt pl. .£5x156.. 1 j
I'ran kiln Cort et* a I to Ellas K. * j
H. Jiuker. et nl. Irvington, w s .
Him wood terfc 281 ft s fr Elmwood.
av. 33xI'M) . .. • ii
fames Fa .Taylor Manufacturing t o.
to Alberta F. Matthews. Bloomfield,
n b Newark av. h w <or land
Charles Krach. 110x$60... • 1
Alberta E. Matthews. to Jajues k.
Taylor fid.. Bloomfield, same prop
erty .7.4.TV.. .Vv...*.'. ..*..«..... 1
Ufred Htynu to Marion i\I. rtwau el, a
.il. Montclair, w s Norwood pl. 60
ft fr land H. II. Osborne, 6<*xl60. 1
I’.vron K. Rrooks to Helen T. Brooks,
id. Orange,-,e s N. loth st, 37S ft e fr
William s.t. . 33x100... J
llerniiUj & Co. to Adam Drlzie. K. j
Orange, e r S. Arlington av. 21 ft n
fr Central av. 86x122... *1 1
Richard Mau*s to Margurot A
Jacobs. Orange, w s Cleveland s’.
260 ft s fr ka Reside av, 22x231. 1 j
.Margaret A. Jacobs to Henry Anton
Hoine et al ftru*T, Oiung'e. suu>«
property ....'........ 1
■ h uAumr ma Hus to nsr&B i ;
Austen, i i Orange, h s Central a/v.
210 ft fr West st. 133x41x126. 1
David Crowe to Margaret A Jacob-.
W. Grunge, n h Prospect pl, s w
cor lot 35. 2T)X 123. . 1
.Margaret A. Jacobs to Duv^d-Crowe.
W; Grange, •eauid property.. Ii
Herbert Austin to Sarah Bennett, 1-7.
Orange, w s Hoisted st, 255 ft s ft
'Vntrd av, 23x91. 1 j
Isaac Shocnthal to Jacob IJodes. Or
■angc, w s T’nrk st. s e cor hind
lT» nr> O. Best a land. 45x101. uud
other tracts . .... 9.500 j
William H. Do Yausney et al fexrsi
to Clifford De Yausney et al, Nut
ley. s e Do Vahsney pl. 438 ft e fr
Bloomfield av, 50x114.;.■».. . ll
Same to Edith Tt. De Yausney, Nut
ley, u o Do yausney pl. 2^*1 ft fr
Bloomfield av, 56x129. 1 ;
Same to Millie Do Vausuey, Nutloy.
s h Vine st. 1^6 ft e fr Bloomfield
av. 56x129...... 1 l
Same to Clifford Do Yausney. Nut*
h y. w e Spring st. 49 ft ii fr De
Vnusnov pl. 49x125.. *1
Same to Snrah J. Rushmer, Nutle>
w s Spring st. 98 ft, fr pe Vausue.y
pl, 29x125, and other tracts.... 1 ■
Same to Samuel De Vausney. Nutle>.
• s De Ynuflucy pl. 198 ft fr Bloom
field av. 80x140. and other tract.. 1
J.ouis Tironsteln et al. to John WaferUug, |
west side South' Eighth street. 125 feet i
south from Court street, $4,690.
Marrv W Barkhorn to West End Build
lug and Koan Association, west side South ;
Twelfth street: 275 feet north from South |
Oraugo aveune. $6,006;
Same to Hauie. weft side South Twelfth ,
litrcet, 217 feet north from South Orange ‘
avenue, $5,009.
Same, to same. west Bid© South Twelfth
street. 303 feet north from South Orange
avenue. $5,000.
William IJ. Dod to Frederick Freling
huysen. south Hide Thomas slreet. J39
feet southeast from Austin slreet, $2,600.
John E. Wright to Police Building and
Koan Association, ea*l side ..Hudson street
J50 feet north from Sussex avenue. $4,n00.
Albert W; Venino to Mary A. FIdgerton. ,
west vide Ward street, corner William FT.
Kirk’s laud, $15,000.
Antonia Giulia no and husband to J.
Frederick PoHgrO, east aid* North Fifth
street. H feet south from Charlotte A.
IVard estate, $500.
William A. McManus to Mary Borne
nan (executrix), south Side William street,
,37 feet west from Halsey street, $16,000.
Abraham Samson t«» Louisa Tv. Buehler
guardian), east sl»l- Barclay street, 174
!eet start Iv from Mont ginnery street. $2,800.
Home* to Harris Sanson, same property.
Kmidio Torullo to Elizabeth A. Bartow,
lOrth side Bank street. 264 feet east from
Wilsey street. 42,o<A'.
F’atrick KeAly to life hard 1-7. Hunt, east
tide Bee on d street. 22". feet north from
Seventh avenue. $400.
Joseph Oolodner to Harry Weinstein,
vest side I’, shine avenue. 184 Meet north
!rom Madison avenue. $30o.
John J. Keating, tr:. to New Jersey
Building and- l*oau Association, south side
Elliott street, -59 fce.t cast from Summer
ivenue, $6oo.
Cart1 P. Starck to Parkview Building
ind I^oan Association, west side Milford
ivenue, 250 feet south from Bigelow street.
Same to same, west side Milford ave
nue, 225 feet south from F3igelow street.
Abraham Lapofsky At' al. to David
Alpert, north side Wavorly avenue, 92
rent east from Somerset street. $900.
Harry B. Salmon to Woydslde Build'hg
md TiOan Association, east side Degraw
a.venn»*. 147 feot' north from Grafton ave
nue. $4,000,
Same to sanif, same property. $1,000.
Same to Forest I’lill Association, same
property.' $hi»3.
Alfonso Signore et. al. to Newark Build
ing and Loan Association, east side Bel
mont avenue, 49:-; feet south from Old
dpruco street. $3,209.
Samuel Moskoxviiz to Philip Ijowy, west
dde StinsMt avenue. 688 feet south from
South orange a venue, $15,000.
Alfonso Signore et. al. to Giuseppe
Cuozzo. east side Belmont avenue, 493
feet south from Old Spruce street. $100.
Emma Vauticr to 171 in a C. Menuen, west
side North Fourth street, 450 feet north
from Sixth avenue. $j.<j<_wj.
Frank Mangnuo to Amelia Kronenberg.
past Hide Mt. Prospoot avenue, 25 feet
north from G. L. U. R., $1,700.
Harry A. Pfeifer et al. to Charles S.
Orbeu, cast side South Twentieth street,
128 feet north from Thirteenth avenue.
(Barn M. Miller and husband to Joseph
Rapp, West side Ridgewood avenue, 60 feet
north from Marie pln*<», $2.‘<o0.
Adam Drlzic to Herman A Co., Hast
Orange, east Bide South Ariihgton avenue,
6$ feet north from Central avenue. $*00.
Howard C. Shay to Rachel F. Cook.
Belleville, west Mide Kamlah street. 287
foet north from Overbrook avenue. $2,009.
Same to Hattie Bock et al. (trustees),
Belleville, same propertj. WHjO.
Patrick Mason to Half-Dime Savings
Brink, South Orange, north west skle
Riggs place. 125 southwest from Gardner
avenue. $1,000.
Herbert Austin lo Maria Gormley, East
Orange, smith side Central avenue. 247
feet from West str et. $1.20<>.
David Crowe t«» Genevieve Ft. Fell, West
Orange, north side Prospect place, south
west corner lot No. 35, $750:
Jacob Uojes t?.» Isaac Shoenthal. Or
ange. west side Park street, southeast
corner IT. G Postland, t'w'o other tracts,
Ernest Gueuther to Christopher Witt
mann, Bloomfield, south side Jerome
place. 25 feet west from Berkeley avenue,
Angelo FI. Fticeio to Julia Vreelund. Nut
loy, east side Bloom field avenue, 76 feet
uorta. from vofferson .street. $5C0.
Thomas 10. Smull to Fr .ierick G. Cope,
IivingtoD. southeast side Franklin street,
190 feot northeast from Elmwood avenue,
Carmack J Brennan to Charlotte C.
Burnside ot al. Orange, southwest s\le
Mead street. 466 feet northeast from
Washington street. $2u0.
Mathilda C.ruiekshauk and husband t.r
Abby J. Van Gilson. Montclair, north si
side Murion road. 157 feet east from A al
ley road. $700.
Jacob Zitnmcrer to William A. Rltseher,
jr. (guardian). Nut ley. south side Stagei
street. 103 feel uortbweat from Frariklir
avenue, vVf90.
Leschziner Gives $300 to Fund,
Talks More, Then In
creases Subscription.
Although the meeting of the South
Broad Street Merchants' Improvement
Association was called for the osten
sible purpose of discussing the renewal
or the abandonment of the arc light
contracts In South Broad street, Sieg
fried Leschziner last night took occa
sion tp announce his candidacy for
mayor, to say that tile press wag the
worst enemy the city has. und finally
to subscribe $500 as his share of the
cost of maintenance of the lights that
have made the street the "great white
way" of Newark.
No final decision was reached by the
business men, but it was arranged that
a meeting be lie Id in June and in the
meantime every merchant be asked to
defray part of the cost of the lighting
Calls Himself \cxt Mayor.
When Mr. Leschziner arose to speak
he declared himself the next mayor of
the city, and also said that the news
papers of Newark were the worst
enemy that the people had. The busi
ness men listened for some moments
and then, becoming uneasy, declared
the speaker out of order, asking him
to stick to the subject-of the evening.
He became angry and explained that
lie had come with the intention of sub
scribing to tile cost of maintenance, he
being a large property-holder on .South
Broad street. He was allowed to take
the floor again, and after subscribing
$800 drifted back to his own subject.
He interrupted the proceedings sev
eral times- and finally raised his sub
scription to $500,
At the beginning of tho meeting,
when Mr. Leschziner took the floor, he
prefaced his remarks by pointing to
the reporters and saying: "I want you
fellows'to listen to me and remember
what I say, I am not here to knock
the press, hedanse I am their best
friend, but I simply want to .ell the
members of tho association that the
press Is their worst enemy.”
Following this Mr. Leschziner an
nounced his intention of being the next
mayor of Newark.
Merchants Unwilling to Pay,
Frank Walsh reported to the nieet
ing'that he had found that the major
ity of the South Broad street mer
chants were not willing to support the
present lighting system.
"They don't hesitate to enjoy the
benefits without paying for them," he
said, “and the only way out of this is
to return to the old arc light system
furnished by the city."
The matter was discussed at length,
Furl t,. Jacobson, Patrick R. Murphy,
Waters B. Day ant} Mr, Leschziner
taking part in the discussion. Mr.
Leschziner wanted a committee ap
pointed to ask the city authorities to
pay something for the new lighting sys
"The City Hall is located on .South
Broad street," he said, “and it would
)>e jio more than fair that the city
should pay its share for the lighting.”
It was then decided to lay the matter
over until the meeting in June and to
make an effort in the meantime to have
every merchant pay some of the cost
of the present lighting system,
Mr. Leschziner and.Mr. Murphy had
some words after the meeting end tho
last thing The Star scribe beard as he
was leaving the room was:
"I make men or I break men and 1
want you to understand that.” The
words came from the lips of Mr. Lesch
- , _
Twenty members of Lincoln Post,
G. A. R„ marched in a body from
the .headquarters over the Central
UaiTroad station on Broad street yes
! teixlay to Prootor's Theatre, where
they were the guests of . the “Old Sol
dier Fiddlers." The invitation was ex
tended to the local veterans by the
two Confederate veterans who are
playing in the sketch.. The box oc
cupied by the Xewarkers was deco
rated with American flags and one
Confederate flag, which was presented
to them many years ago by one of
the Confederate soldier fiddlers.
Senator Harry V. Osborne explained
the provisions of the recently passed
Geran law at a meeting of the Wood
row Wilson Democratic League of Es
sex county at their headquarters in
the Union building last night. As
semblyman James P. Mylod and Jacob
L. Xewmaiv also addressed the meet
ing. which was lightly attended. Reso
lutions of regret at the death of As
semblyman Charles W. Brown were
presented by E. Tracey Landerman.
and on motion of Mr. Mylod were
adopted by the association.
The birthdays of .Mr. and Mrs. George
A. Schierer and the wedding reception
of Mr. and Mrs George A. Schierer. jr..
were celebrated by the family and their
friends at the Schierer home, i0 Bow
ery street, last night. The younger
couple were married a week ago, but
no reception was held until last night.
Among those who attended the affair
were Mr. and Mrs. George A. Heinkel.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Zusl, Mr. and Mrs
('. ,j. Trautvetter, Miss A. Caldwell, of
Elizabeth, and others.
Lake Hopatcong will ha the scene of
the joint outing of the M. G. V. Phoe
nix, the M. G. V, Harmonie and the
Vereln der Gemuethlichen Kheinlaen
der next month. The success of the
excursion is assured, as the advance
distribution of tickets is a large one.
The Phoenix's active members will take
part in the coming concert of the
United Singers of Newark, and las',
night held rehearsals under Emil Len
der, their musical director, in head
quarters, 48 William street.
Dr. F. Stanwood will give a clinic
aud read a paper under the auspices
of the Central Dental Association of
Northern New Jersey Monday. Th ■
meeting wll take place at Aehtel-Ste' .
tor’s, the clinic being at 4 o'clock,
while the dinner will be given at 6:15
' o'clock. , __ _ ... ' . ._
Many Improvements Made for
Coming Season.
When the gates of Greater Electric
Park are thrown open for the season
I on Saturday afternoon, May. 27, not
only will the park be found to have
j taken on a new splendor, but this >ea
, son’s visitors will find the recreation
centre doubled in size,. This year the
park win extend clear through to Munn
avenue, occupying all of the ground
formerly utilized 1 y the old bicycle
track. Both the stands and the track
have been razed and in their places a
baseball field and horse track have
! been built.
Baseball games will be played every
Saturday afternoon'and Sunday morn
ing and afternoon, all of the games
being free to the patrons of the park.
Just in back of the home-plate a
grandstand has been erected. General
Manager Dunlap nac secured John
Kemp, formerly of "The .101 .Ranch,”
who will take complete charge of a
Wild West show.
All of the old amusements with the
exception of the "House of Lemons”
have been retained. In place of the
latter a huge roller-coaster, probably
the largest in the State, is being erect
ed. An Idea of its size may be gleaned
from the fact that it extends from the
“Pike” clear through to Munn ave
nue. The "Old Mill," on the opposite
side of the "Pike," will he completely
overhauled. In place of the open-air
stage and electric fountain there will
be erected a large pony track, where
Shetland ponies will be kept for the
| amusement of young and old.
Jersey Delegates Present at Big
Minneapolis Meet.
The local and New Jersey councils
of the Royal Arcanum are interested
in the thirty-fourth annual session of
the supreme council of the order,
which opened in Minneapolis, Minn.,
today. The delegates from the grand
council of New Jersey consist of Theo
dore S. Class, past grand regent, of
New* York; Harry R. Ward, of Jersey
City; C. H. Dilts. of Trenton; Jeptha
Van Vlict, from this city, and R. P.
Van Zandt, of Jersey City.
The presiding official will be Su
preme Regent Clovis H. Bowen, of
Pawtueket, R. I. The associate officers
who will assist in reviewing the work
of the grand jurisdictions will com
prise F. J. McFaden, S. V. R., of
Richmond, Va.; Frank B. Wickersham,
of Harrisburg, Pa.; Robert Van Sands,
of Chicago; Alfred T. Turner, of Bos
ton; A. S. Robinson, of St. Louis; John
H. Butler, of Boston*; William F. Mc
Connell. of New York; Harry S. Burk
hardt, of Chicago. and Theodore
Thonet, of Brooklyn.
The official slate for the coming term \
will undoubtedly be F. J. McFaden,
named to succeed Supreme Regent
Bowen, with a minor shifting of sev
eral of the junior officers.
A branch of the New Jersey State
Nurses’ Association, to be known as
the Essex, Warren and Somerset Coun..
ty Graduate Nurses' Society, was or- |
ganlzed at the Public Library'yester
day afternoon. A committee; consist
ing of May H. White, chairman; Annie ;
L. Curry and Anna MacKay will pre- ;
pare nominations for the election of
officers, which will take place on June 1
Three-year-old Simon Ounnane. of i
106 Ferry street, is dead at St. James’s i
Hospital from the effects of a tall from
the third-story window of his home
yesterday morning. The child lost his
bulance while leaning out of the win- j
dow to listen to a street organ and loll j
to the stone sldewak. sustaining a frac- i
tured skull and internal injuries. His !
mother is confined to her home from I
the shock of seeing her son fall.
A dramatic section of the Newark
Turn Verein was organized in the
headquarters of that society in upper
William street last night, as the re
i suit of the success of the recent min
■ strel show. These are the first ofli
; < ers: President, Miss Hattie Siedkr;
! vice-president. Noah Outer; secretary
1 Miss Johanna Soldier; treasurer, George
i Kye; directors, Mrs. Agnes Horns, Mrs.
j August Fink, jr., Mrs. C. Trautwein,
[ Miss Bertha Herrmann, Leo Singer,
j Herman Fritchie, Arthur Messner and
Gustav Bohrer. Meetings will be held
; on the third Tuesday of the month.
| A dance will be given on Hallow een
The Xavier Catholic Club, of St.
i Mary's Church, will give a May (lance
. tonight at the club-house. 147 William
street. During the evening vocal sc
: 'ections will be rendered bj Edwin
Fitzgerald, Harry Clark, James Xagio
] and Lester Brewer. The committee in
; charge of the dance consists of George
j Healy, chairman; Paul Grimm, Michael
I George, Arthur Holle, Herman Mere,
Joseph Fitterer and Gustave P.uefflc.
| . -
Pretty prizes will be awarded to the
' best lady bowlers at the tournament
I of the Gottfried Krueper Office Bow*
i ling Club in the Gottfried Krueger
j Club’s home in Belmont avenue to
night. An elaborate dinner in tlie
j nearby Auditorium will top off the
| event. *
J Hope Rebekah Lodge No. 42, I. O. O.
|F.. gave a shirt-waist dance at Ini -
I quo Is Ilall, 2GQ Washington street, last
j night.
I The Buffalo Club Of Victoria Lodge
; No. 1GS. Daughters Of St. George, will
i hold a bloomer dance at G. A. R. Hall,
j 248 Market street, Friday evening.
The monthly meeting of the. Belmont
Avenue School Alumni Association will
be held tonight ^nd will be followed
by a banquet and dance.
OFFICE of the Hoard of Street and Water
Commissioners of the City of Newark.
Newark. N. J. May 12. 1911.
Sealed proposals will he leveived at this
office from 2:15 to 3:30 p. m., of Thursday, the
eighteenth day of May. 1911. Hnd, opened at
the last named hour at a public meeting of
tiie hoard to be neld at same time and place, j
for the placing of copper skylight* in the three
Public Halil Houses, with the following up*
proximate dimensions: In the Walnut street
hath tour lights, each about twelve feet by
fourteen feet; In the Moitis avenue bath six
lights, each about twelve feet by fourteen
feet. In the Summer avenue hath six lights,
each about nine feel by fout teen feet. Prices
bid • to include the removal of the necessary
slato from tho roofs, the rutting and
removal of the beams within the desig
nated spare, the reinforcing of upper and *
lowci beams from truss to truss, the replacing
of the slate, copper flashings on .skylight
curbs, cupper hacks on all lights, all copper
skylights to have necessary iron 1 enforce
ments and to he glazed with wire glass. Op* J
pprt unity to inspect the premises will he
granted upon application to the General Super- |
intendent of Winks. Proposals must be ac
companied by the consent in w.iting of two j
sureties (residents of Essex County. N. J ), or
a surety company authorized to do business j
in New Jersey, who qualify as to their re- j
sporisibillty in the amount of the proposal, and j
agree to become sureties for the faithful per- |
formance of the contract If awarded. Each .
proposal must be enclosed In a sealed envelope. |
propci Iv indorsed with the name of the bidder
and the work, and directed to the Board of
Street and Water Commissioners of the City Of ;
Newark. Bidders will state their prices In
writing as well ns in figures.
The board reserves the right to accept or re
ject any or all proposals for the above work
as (hey may deem best for the interest of the
tty direction of the Hoard of Street and
Water Commissioners of the ^ttyof Newark.
my!2-5t General Superintendent of Works.
and Water Commissioners. i
Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the
Board of -Street and Water Commissioners of j
tiie city of Newark, at a meeting held the
eleventh day of May. 1911, and approved by |
tiie Mayor of the C,ty of Newark on the
twelfth day of May. 1911, public notice is hereby !
given Hint it is tiie Intention of the Board of
Street ami Water Commissioners of the city of
Newark, under and by virtue of provisions of
thu aqt entitled "An act to revise and amend
the charter of the City of Newark,” approved
March 11. 1857, and the supplements thereto,
arid the net creating the Hoard of Street and
Water Commissioners of the city of Newark,
approved March 28, 1£91, and other public laws
of the State of New Jersey, to order and cause
the vacation of a triangular strip of
described as follows; Beginning at the Inter
section of the southerly line of South Orange
avenue with the easterly line of Devine street,
as shown on the map of the Commissioners of
Assessments; thence southwesterly along said
easterly lino of Devine street two hundred and
ninety-seven and ninety-six one-hfindredths
feet <297.9»5 feet) to the new easterly line of
Devino street, us shown on map No. 1035-0
on file In the office of the Chief Engineer;
thence in a northeasterly direction along the
said easterly line of Devine street two hun
dred anil ninety and ninety-two one-hundredths
t'oet <290.92 feet) to the southerly line of South
Orange avenue; thence southeasterly along the
southerly line of South orange avenue fifty
three and sixty-six one-hundredths feet <53.66
feet) to the place of beginning, the same
being shown on a map on file In the office of
the Chief Engineer and known us No. 1067-V.
Such persons an may object thereto are re
quested to present their objections In writing
to tiie clerk of said board, at the office of the
Hoard of Street and Wnter Commissioners,
City Hall, Newark, on or before the expiration
of six dnvs from date of tills notice.
By direction of the Hoard of Street and
Water Commissioners of the city of Newark.
Chief Engineer.
Newark. N. J., May 12. 1911. myl3-6t
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the fol
lowing proposed ordinance passed a second
reading and was ordered to a third and final
reading at a meeting of tho Board of Street
and Water Commissioners held May 11. 1911:
An ordinance to open
from 75 feet cast of North Eighth street to the
city line.
President of the Board of Street and Water
my!2-6t Clerk of the Board.
Jersey Department Will Meet
Tomorrow at Trenton.
This city will have a large represen
tation of delegates at the annual con
vention of the New Jersey Department
of the Grand Army of the Republic,
which will convene at Trenton tomor
row' arid on Friday.
Among those delegated to attend are
Arthur Hoover, William H. Bryson,
Peter Smith and George F. Sandford, of
Phil Kearny Pdst; John Corb, A. N.
Johnson, Daniel Lynch and S. G. Smith,
from James A. Garfield Post; George
Netschert, Horace Whittemore, Mat
thias Grossncr, William Pearsall, dele
gates, and Laurence Bucklin, Peter
Nolan, Lewis Powers and John J. Kel
ler. alternates, from Phil Sheridan
The other posts in this city and the
county will also send their quota of
An examination for the position of
assistant in the division of drugs and
food will he hold by the Civil Service
Commission at Trenton and in other
parts of the State on May 29. The
position will pay from $900, to $1,200 a
year, arid any resident of the State,
provided he is a college graduate or
holds a degree of bachelor of science?
is eligible. Applications must be filed
with the commission at Trenton before
May 25. On the same day at- the
State House In Trenton an examina
tion will .be held for the position of
slaughter house inspector of the State
Board of Health. This position pays
from $1,200 to $1,500 a year.
The illness of "Ketch'em Alive Jack"
Abernathy, father of the Abernathy
boys, Louie and Temple, prevented
the youngeters from making addresses
at the Now Auditorium last night. The
youngsters, who are 7 and 11 years of
ag<-. respectively, rode ail the way
from their home in Oklahoma to New
York city t>n horseback to greet Theo
dore Roosevelt on his return from
Africa last year.
Former Judge Benjamin F. Jones,
chairman of the legal committee or the
Republican County Committee, ex
plained the work of election officers
under the new Geran election bill to a
large audience at the meeting of the
Thirteenth Ward Republican Club last
night. Robert M. Kerr, a member of
the club, was the recipient of many
floral offerings from the members, the
occasion being his forty-ninth birth
Diners in Hooper’s restaurant in
Market street were alarmed last night
about 0 o’clock when smoke commence 1
to pour in the rear windows. The fire
was in the cabinet shop of Joseph
Pasklewitz in the rear* of the
restaurant, and before the blaze was
put out had caused damages estimate 1
at SI.000.
At the Peddie Memorial Baptist
Church Friday night Captain “Jack"
Crawford, soldier, poet, scout, orator
and former Indian lighter, will raaki
an address on some of the experiences
of his earlier days.
At the memorial services of the
Robert Fulton Council. .1. O. U. A. M„
•to be held in the council chamber at
.605' Broad street, on May 25, the prin
cipal speaker will be the Rev. Dr.
James C. Howard, of the Halsey Street
Methodist Church.
! ,
OFFICE of the Roard of Street ami Water
Commissioners of the City of Newark.
City Hall.
Newark, N. J., May 12. 1911
Sealed proposal* will be revived at this of
fice from 3:15 to 3:30 o’clock p m.. o' Thurs
day. the eighteenth day of May. 1911. and
opened at the last named hour, at n public
meeting of the board to be held at said tlm«
and place, for the paving of the following
streets and highways:
from Frelinghuyaeti * avenue to Elizabeth
front Watson avenue to Hawthorne avenue;
from Watson avenue to Hawthorne avenue:
front Frellnghuysen avenue to Elizabeth
from Hawkins street to Manufacturers branch
of the Centra) Railroad.
from Clifton avenue to Parker street;
from Morris Canal to Roseville avenue.
The following is about the amount of the
t*>ik to be done and the materials to be fur
nished in the construction and completion ef
said work, and upon which bida will ba com
pared :
Three thousand eight hundred and twenty
43,820) square yards of brick pavement on m
six (6) inch concrete foundation;
Fifty (60) lineal feet of 20 by 4 inch four cu*
curb, set in concrete;
Two hundred (£00) lineal f*et of old four cut
curb, reset In concrete.
Standard prices will be paid for the fol
One hundred and thirty (130) lineal feet of
new header curb, net in concrete,
Four (4) seta of 20 by 4 Inch four cut corners.
Bet In concrete:
Six (8) noiseless manhole covers;
One (1) basin with connection complete;
One (1) basin using old head and all!;
One (1) head and sill on old basin.
Three thousand two hundred and thirty
(3,230) square yards of brick pavement on a
six (6) ijich concrete foundation;
One thousand nine hundred (1,900) lineal f^et
of 18 by G inch four cut curb, set in concrete.
Standard prices will be paid fbr the fol
Ninety (90) lineal feet of new header curb
Bet in concrete;
Five (5) sets of 16 by 6 inch four cut cor
ners. aet in concrete;
Four (4) noiseless manhole covers;
One (1) basin with connection complete;
One (1) basin using old head and sill;
One (1) head and sill on old basin.
There will be about two hundred (200) cubio
vards of extra excavation which will not be
paid for extra, but must be included in price
bid for the paving.
Three thousand two hundred and fifty (3,260)
square yards of brick pavement on a six (6)
inch concrete foundation;
One thousand six hundred and twenty (1,820)
lineal feet of 20 by 4 inch four cut curb, set
in concrete;
Three hundred and thirty (330) lineal feet of
old four cut curl), reset In concrete..
Standard prices will be paid for the fol
One (1) set of 20 by 4 inch four cut corners,
set in concrete;
Four (4) noiseless manhole covers;
One (1) basin with connection complete;
One (1) basin using old head and sill;
One (1) head and sill on old Basin.
Three thousand eight hundred (3,800) square
yards of brick pavement on a six -8) inch con
crete foundation:
Nine i.undred (900) lineal feet of 20 by 4
Inch four cut curb, set In concrete;
Eight hundred and ten (810) lineal feet of
old four cut curb, reset In concrete;
1 One hundred (150) lineal feet of old curb",
four cut and reset in concrete.
•Standard prices will be paid for the fol
Four (4) sets of JO by 4 inch four cut corners.
Bet in concrete;
One hundred and thirty (130) lineal feet of
new header curb, aet in concrete;
Six (6) noiseless manhole covers;
One (1) basin with connection complete;
One (1) basin using old head and sill;
One (J) head and sill on old basin.
Three thousand (3,000) quarg yards of oblong
granite block pavement on a six (6) tnch con
crete foundation;
Two thousand two hundred and ten (2,31W
lineal feet of 16 by 5 inch four out curb, sel
In concrete;
Two hundred and sixty (280) square feet of
Belgian bridging laid on concrete.
Standard prices will be paid for the fol
Four (4) sets of 16 by 5 Inch four cut corners*
set in concrete;
Fifty (50) lineal feet of new header curb, se|
in concrete;
One (1) basin with connection complete;
One (1> basin using old head and sill;
One (1) head and sill on old basin.
There will be about eleven hundred (1.100)
cubic yards of extra exoavation which will
not be paid for extra, but must be included
In price bid for the paving.
Two thousand three hundred and sixty (2.380)
square yards of brick pavement on a six (6)
inch concrete foundation:
Seven hundred (700) lineal feet of M by J
inch four cut ourb, aet In concrete;
Ohe hundred (100) lineal feet of old curb,
four cut and reaet In concrete; •
Standard prices will be paid for the fol
lowing: , ,
Three (3) set, of 16 by 6 Inch four cut cor
ners, ret in concrete:
Eighty (80) lineal feet of new header curb,
set in concrete;
Two (2) noiseless manhoje «overs:
One (1) basin with connection complete;
One (1) basin using old head and sill;
One (1) head and Hill on old basin.
Six thousand two hundred and seventy (6,270)
square vards of brick pavement on a six (6)
In h concrete foundation; , . .
Fifty (50) lineal feet of 20 by 4 inch four cut
curb, set in concrete. .
Seven hundred and fifty (760) lineal feet or
old four cut curb, reset In concrete.
Standard prices will be paid for the fol
Tw f hundred and seventy (270) lineal feet of
new header curb, set in concrete;
One (1) sot of 20 by 4 Inch four cut corners,
set in concrete;
Eight (8) noiseless manhole covers;
One (1) basin with connection complete;
One (!) basin using old head and sill;
One >1) head and sill on old basin.
Bidders are not to state any price for ma
terials and work for which there is a fixed
amount provided for in the specifications.
Each proposal must be enclosed in a sealed
envelope, properly Indorsed with the name of
the bidder and of the improvement, and di
rected to the Board of Street and Water Cqm
mlssloners of the city of Newark.
Bidders will state their-prices in writing as
well as in figures. , .
Bidders must specify in their proposals that
should tlie above work be awarded to them
♦ hey will bind themselves to finish and com
plete the same within the following number
of consecutive working days:
Alpine .Street Paving—Thirty-five (36) day*.
Belmont Avenue I’avlng—Th.rty-flv# (ffi)
d°ltiil*ide Avenue Paving—Thirty-five (16)
daHunter 8treet Paving-Thlrty-flv* (36) day*.
Plum Point l.*ne Paving—Thirty-five (36)
d*Sixth Avenue Paving—Twenty-five (26) daya«
Third Avenue Paving—Fifty (60) days.
The plans and specifications of the work caa
be examined at me office of the Chief Engi
neer or the Board of Street and Water Com
missioners at the City Hall. Said proposal*
to be accompanied by the consent, in
of two sureties, or a surety company qualified
to do business in New Jersey, who shall at
the time of putting in such proposals qualify
as to their responsibility in the amount of ilich
proposal, and bind themselves that, if tha
coiiliact be awarded to the person or person*
making the proposal, they will, upon its being
so awarded, become hla or their sureties for
the faithful performance of said work; and
that if the person of persons omit or refuse to
excuse such contract they will pay to the city
of Newark any difference between the sum* to
which he or they would have been entitled
upon completion of the contract, and that
which the city of Newark may be obliged to
pay the person or peisons by whom such con
tract shall be executed.
The Board of Street and Water commission
ers of the city of Newark reserve to them
selves the right to accept or reject any or all
proposals tor the above work, as they may
deem best lor the interest of the city.
Bidders and sureties are hereby* notified that
unde** the provisions of the seventh section of
the law creailns the Board of Street and
Water Commissioner,. approved March 28, 1891.
that the bond or bonds to be given lor the
lnlthful execution and performance of said
public work shall first be approved as to suf
ficiency by the board, and as to lorru by the
counsel of the board, and no contract shall b*
binding on the city or become effective or
operative until such bond is so approved, and
the president of the board shall have power to
examine the proposed bondsmeu under oath, It
hi eh.il so desire, or shall be » In.trooted hr
the board, but ihe board will not be bound by
any statement that may l>e made by auch pro
posed bondsmen, but shall have lull power and
absolute discretion In the whole matter, and
this provision shall be referred to in any ad
vertisement inviting hid* for any such publlo
W<By direction of the Board of Street and
Water Commissioner* of the city of Newark.
myi2-5t Chief Engineer.
You are hereby lequlred to return the tota\
value of your personal property as held on the
twentieth* dav of May. to the Hoard of As
sessment and Revision of Taxes, at their office
in the Citv Hall, on or before the thirtieth day
of June next, and In no cage ivill any abate,
ment be made for Indebtedness or for prop
erty which may be claimed to be exempt from
taxation unless the law Is strictly complied
If return is not made under oath anil ao
cording to law the taxing officers will apses*
your personal property according to their judg
ment. from which no appeal can be taken.
^ President,
A delayed advertisement brings only the after
math of trade. It'f» the first call that capture*
the procession of customer*.

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