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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Nei» Jersey.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
N«w Jersey.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
New Jem?.
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UWoodbridge Lawns j
Voodbridge, N. J., on Pennsylvania Railroad
rom Station Only 4 Blocks from the Trolley
BEAUTIFUL HOMES SURROUND THE PROPERTY
Grand Opening Sale
Sunday, June 11, 1911
FREE EXCURSION SPECIAL TRAIN
Woodbridge Lawns, located in Woodbridge. N. J., on the Penn. R. R. One of the prettiest
and wealthiest towns in N. J.; 26 minutes from Newark; low fare and many trains; population 10.
000; water, sewers, gas, electric lights, cement sidewalks, grand shaded streets, stores, churches and
schools and all other city conveniences are there NOW7. «
Here is a proposition you cannot afford to let go without investigating.
YOU WILL MISS THE CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE IF YOU DO
For This Opening Sale, Prices as Low as
$65 A LOT
Small cash deposit and $2.00 a Month. Title Guaranteed. Write, cal! or send at once for
Free Guests’Tickets, or meet us at Market St. Station Sunday, 2:10 P. M. sharp. Our salesmen,
wearing blue badges, will furnish you with tickets.
I The Bache Realty Company
800 BROAD STREET
JOS. H. GUTTENTAG. Manager (Open Until 8:30 P. M.) Newark, N. J. ■
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taken from actual photograph
Dutch Villa In Orchard by the Pen
Plot 76x100: four bedroom.*, bath, living, din
Ing room, kitchen running water, gas; man
•lv® Colonial stone chimney, circular, Imposing
verandas, regular price $2,760, cash $760, bal\
ance mcnthly.
MONMOUTH PARK.
adjacent to
ATLANTIC HICtHLANDS, N. J.
Famous All Tear Ocean and Country Resort
AUCTION SALE
o? 560 choice Lots, now selling at $176, andl
Are 7-room modern Residences,
On Saturday, June to,
1911, at 1 P. M.;
•iso June 14. 16. 18. 17. at 1 p. m.. on the
premises
Commute on palatial Sandy Hook steamers, or
C. R R. of N. .7
7'reperty seven minutes to boat landing, two
minutes to R. R depot.
Lots covered with massive trees
View New York and Raritan hays.
Hathing, Boating. Fishing. Crabbing
All city conveniences.
TERMS J»ER LOT, $20 DOWN; $6 A MONTH i
MONEY LOANED TO BUILD,
Title policies issued.
Our agents will meet you at Atlantic High
lands depot.
Gardashian, Martin & Co.,;
65 Liberty at.. N. Y-, and Atlantic Highlands |
Local Office at Monmouth Park.
JACOB C. RCHUTTS. Auctioned.
NEW ROUTE TO NEW YORK.
PITTSBURG. Juno S. It 1b learned
that the Pittsburg and Lake Erie has
bought several hundred acres of land
in the vicinity of Newcastle, and i is
believed that the tract will he utilised
as a site for shops and yards in con
Section with a project for a new and
direct line from Pittsburg to Buffalo,
there to connect with the main line
of the New York Central and open a
new Pittsburg- New York route.
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Let Us Show You
where you can safely and profit
ably Invest monay In properties
that are growing in value.
fn Montclair and vicinity we offer
house*, plot* and acreage at inveatmem ,
prices- Call or write
MONTCLAIR, »3 Spring Street
Opp. P . L & W. R R. Station.
Home Office—] Madison Av.. New York
fcn ■i.—i—i- i. ..,«<
10000 FARMS *ftC
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Aihjsti' bungalow. $275. Ooor| for pool
tn ratsing, fruit or truck; rich, fertile .[
soil; n|n furnish 100 fruit trees, near hath
ing. boating and fishing, close to station,
stores, srhonl and churches, low com
mutation; 40 minutes from New York
For full particulars address P. RATTER.
Room o:?.. World Bldg. X. V.
REAL ESTATE. j
TRANSFERS.
NEWARK
Manny Bock to Success Realty Co.,
w s Washington st. 26 ft n fr Wll
low St. 27x82 . $1
Success Realty Co. to Manny Bock.
a » Clinton av, 125 ft s fr Spring
field av. 56x27; and other tract_ 1
Real Estate Associates of Newark to
Elizabeth Caddock. o s Hazelwood
av. 100 ft fr Fortuna st. 25x107... 1
Charles Selvage Co. to William F.
* Haas, a s Scheerer av. 851 ft w
fr Bergen st. 25x100 . 450
Joseph A. Gartland (adm> to Ulrich
Laub. r s Bowery st, 150 ft s fr
Brill st, 25x100. 1,800
John J. Hubbell to Herman H
Schary. w p N. 4th st. 225 fi n fr
6th av, 50x100 . t
Bernard S. Capon to Uaura B. Sau
nlcr. e s Newark st. 136 ft r fr
New st. 41x105; and other tract.. 1!
David Steinberg et al to Abraham
Sehauhaum, lot 380, map Essex
Park . 1 I
Weequahle Park Land and Improve
ment Co. to Albert Stohrer. s f
Renner av. 275 ft e fr Hunterdon
st. 50x100 . 1 I
Margaret E. Phelan to Agnes E.
Phelan, n r Gillette pi. 230 ft w
fr Broad st. 30x100 ... lj
Meyer Bonistein to Standard Build
ing Block Co., e * Broome st, 150 ft
8 fr Spruce st, 24x95 ... II
Standard Building Block Co. to Ar
thur D. Crane Co., same property. 1
Franklin Conklin to Broad-Central
Realty Co., w s Ridge st. 424 ft n fr
5th av. 28x100 . 1
William Harrlgan (staff) to same, w
h Ridge av. 480 ft fr 5th av. 28x106. 098
Same to same, w s Ridge av. 452 ft
fr 5th av, 28x100 ... 3.411
Jennie Hnslam and bus to William
E. Holmwood. n s William st. 20
ft w fr Halsey st. 48x100. 1
William E. Holmwood to Arthur Has
lam. same property . 1
Arthur Haslam to William E. Holm
wood. same property . 1
William E. Holmwood to Jennie Has
lam. same property . v 1
James E. Tierney et al to Clinton
Square Construction Co., e s Plane
st. 180 ft fr Nesbitt st, 25x100. 1
TOWNSHIPS.
Wesley Farrington to Nutley Realty
Co.. Nutley, lots 109-2-DO, block 12.
map Nutley Terrace. 1
Mae Cable and hus to Teresa L.
Bowman. Orange, s s Dodd st, 46
ft fr Sherman st. 24x114. 1
rereBa L. Bowman (exr) to Mae
Cable. Orange, same property. 1
llettie K. Spurge and hus to Mary
B. Burns, Glen Ridge, n s Wild
wood ter. 240 ft e fr Ridgewood
av. 56x178 . I
Marla C. D'Amnti aud hus to Giorgio
T^anzlllo. W. Orange, w s Watson
av. 245 ft fr Washington st, 27x139
Oliver H. J’erry. jr.. et al to Oliver*
TL Perry. Belleville, n w cor
Washington and Tappati avs,
100x242 . I
Lvdia Baechlin et al to Ernest
Baechlin. Belleville, n e s Falk st.
150 ft n w fr land J. H. Farrand.
75x100 .. 1
Srtiest. Baechlin to Oscar Baechlin.
Belleville, same property. 1
Albert Falk to Lydia Baechlin.
Belleville, n e s Falk st. 225 ft
n w fr land J. H. Farrand. 100x183,
and other tracts. 1
Lydia Baechlin and hus to Albert
Falk. Belleville, n e s Falk st, 408
ft fr land J. H. Farrartd. 16x100.
and other tracts. 1
Dscar Baechlin to same. Belleville,
n r s Falk st. 425 ft n w fr land
J. H. Farrand. 50x100. 1
Newark and Essex Land and Im
provement Co. to Ralph B. Myers.
S. Orange, s s Springfield av. 126
ft w fr Prospect st. 25x100. I
John R. Fratike to Charles H. Shir
ley. jr.. Irvington, w s Coif st.
161 ft s fr Clinton av. 25x100. 1
Postofflce Building and T^oan Assn,
to Gustave R. Offschanka. E. Or
ange. s w s Franklin av. 557 ft fr
Prospect st. 100x 223 . 4.000
Frank W. Hubby, jr. (receiver) to
Mabel S. <1 e Laval. Orange, a *
Highland av. e fr Berkeley av.
109x225 .'. 13,500
Charles J. Kieran to J. Lewis
Fiacre. Nutley. s w a Melrose st.
140 ft n w fr Myrtle av. 26x154. 1
Francis C. Thomas to Paul Zawacki.
Bloomfield, w s Pulaski at. a fr a
new st. 50x135 .•. 250
Ferdinand Venino to Harold .1.
Naughton. Orange, n s Berwick st.,
514 ft o fr Lincoln av. 35x126. 10*
Harold l. Naughton to Ferdinand
Venino, Orange, same property_ 100
Seven Oaks < *n. to Albert Venino.
Orange, n s Berkeley av. 125 ft n e
fr Tremont av. 27xK<! . 100
Realty Investment Corporation of
New Jersey to same. Orange. 135 ft
ii fr Tremont av. div line Ids E
Venino and L. Beyer. 31x100. 1
Margaret .T. Pnwi# et al to Charles
Power. Montclair, een Upper Moun
tain av. n e cor Id E. M. Fchroeder.
295x430; and other courses and
other iract . 1
Charles Power to William IT. Power.
Montclair, samp property..:. 1
Mountainside Realty Co. to F. Stuart
Williamson. W Orange, sea Greg
ory av. 300 ft p w fr Orange
Heights av. 100x150 . 1
Same to Jerome T>. Gedney. W. Or
ange. w * Yale ter. 600 ft s fr
orange Heights av. 50x150 . . 1
Jerome P. Gedney to Mountainside
Realty Co., W Orange, w a Yale
ter, 500 .ft s fr Orange Heights
av. 50x150 . 1
Henry W. Meyer to George L.
Stillwell et al. Nutley. w s Alex
ander av. s fr Id T/ena Zoerner.
40x143 . 1
J Willis Pierson to Charles A.
Morel. E Orange, s s Warrington
pi. 1.188 ft e fr Grove gt. 44x164. 1
James Curran to Mabel A. Corby.
Montclair, s s Montgomery pi, 425
ft fr Mountain av. 50x168. and other
tracts . I
James F Kelly et al to James A
Fitzgerald, Bloomfield, n w a
chapman st. 226 ft a fr Bay av.
25x100 .
James Fitzgerald to New Jersey
Dwelling Construction Co.. Bloom
field. same property. 1
Max L. Scballek et al to Percy V
.Tones. Montclair, w a Franklin pi
14n ft fr Washington av. 50x135. and
other tract . .
Irvington Land and Improvement
Co to George F. Garwood. Irvine
ton. n xv s Braokslde av, 100 ft fr
Woodlawn pi. 100x2*0. and other
tracts . 1
The Arthur D. Crome Co. to Stand
ard Building Block Co.. Irx’lngton.
n e s Myrtle av. 50 ft fr Avon av. *
15*x2*0 .'.. 1
Walter W. Harrison to Howard J
Ciiliingford. Maplewood, s w a
Euclid av. 150 ft n w fr Ridge
wood rd.. ''•9x136. . 160
John A Mulligan (trus) to Ernest J.
Rogers. Bloomfield, n s Porter pi.
115 ft e fr Walnut st. 60x 99. 1.000
Same (exr» to same. Bloomfield.
same property . 1.000
Horace P. Cook et al to Essex Coun
tv Park commission. Trvlngton, n
e s T,.vons av. n w fr Grove st.
148x181 . 5.000
5700,000 TO BRACE BRIDGE.
NEW YORK, Juno S. Tlir'Williams
burg bridge. opened ton years ago. Is
about to be strengthened so that It
can take care of Its increasing traffic
It is strong enough, the engineers say.
to carry what It carries today, but
such things as ten ear trains over II
are an Impossibility.
Work toward strengthening the
structure is to begin In a short time
On June 3 the hridge department
awarded to the Snare & Trlest Corn
pany. for $569,650, the contract for the
work. The board of estimate has au
thorized a total of *700.000 for bracin*
up the bridge. The bridge will not be
closed lo traffic. .
__ SHEniFF'l SALES.
IChancery B—66.)
SHERIFF’S SALK -in Chancery of New Jer
sey- Between King Marsac t ompanv. coni
plainaut, and Nicola ollta et ala., defendant*,
j Fi fa., for sale of mortgaged premise*
By virtue of the above stated writ o' fieri
facias, to me directed, 1 ahaII expose, fot sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, In New
ark, on Tuesday, the eleventh day of July
next, at two o’clock p. m., all that tract or
parcel of land and premises situate, lying and
being in the city of Newark, Essex county,
New Jersey;
First tract Beginning in the southerly side
of East Centre street, as shown on map of
Garibaldi terrace, property of King .Vhireac
Company, now on file in the Register’s "frier of
the county of Essex, at a poidt therein diet ant
five hundred feet and seventy-three one-hun
dredths ot a foot easterly front the easterly
line of the right of way of the Brie Railroad
Company, which point is hjso the northeasterly
corner of lot No. 31 on afore-mentioned
map; from thence tunning in an easterly di
laction along saiu East Centre street twenty
five feet to the westerly line of lot No. 35 on
said map; thence In a southerly direction along
the westerly line ot lot No. 36 one hundred
and three feet and thirty one-hundredths of h
foot; thence north fifty-six degrees twenty
i minuter west twenty-five feet to the easterly
I line of lot No. 31; and thence In a northerly
(direction along the same one hundred and
three tnd thirty-five one-liundiedths feet to the
place of beginning. being known and desig
nated as lot No. 33 on the aforesaid map
Second tract—Beginning at a point In the
southerly siue of East Centre street distant one
thousand teet and seventy-three one Hundredths
ot a foot from the easterly tine "f tn» tight
of way of the Brie Railroad Company, which
point is also thf northeasterly cornet ot lot ,
No. 71; thence running along the ?ame twen
ty-five feci to the westerly line of lot No. 75; j
thence along the same one. hundred feet and
eighty-four one-hundredths of a toot; thence |
north fifty-six degieeo west twenty-five feet to j
the easterly line of lot No. 71: thence along;
the same one hundred teet and eighty-four!
one-hundredths of a foot to the southerly side
of East Centre street and the place of begin j
ning. Being known as jot No. 73 on a.ore- J
said map.
Third tract—Beginning in, the northerly line'
of East Centre tireet as* shown on map of
Garibaldi terrace, property of King Marsac j
Company, now on file in the Register's offi< e
of the county of Essex, at a point therein dis
tant six hundred and fifteen feet from tire
corner of the intersection of said East Centre
street with the easterly side of Walnut street,
as shown on said map, which said point Is also
the southeasterly corner of lot No. 42 on said
map; thence running along said street south
fifty-six degrees thirteen minutes cast twtguy
five feet to the westerly line of lot No. 4*> on
the aforesaid map; thence along the same in
a northerly direction one hundred and two j
feet; thence north fifty-six degree? thirteen i
minutes west twenty-five feet to the easteily '
line of lot No. 42, and thencl' along the same
in a southerly direction one hundred and two
feet to the point and place of beginning.
Fourth tract—Beginrrfng In the northerly side
of East Centre street at a joint therein dis
tant twelve hundred and forty $eet from the
corner of intersection of the same with
the easterly line of Walnut street, as shown on
map foresaid, which said beginning point is
also the southeasterly-* corner of lot No. 92 on
said map. and thence running south fifty-six ;
degrees thirteen minutes cast along East Cen
tre street twenty-five feet to the westerly line
of lot No. 96; thepce in a northerly direction
along the .same one hundred and two feet;
thence nottli fifty-six degrees thirteen min- j
utes west twenty-five feet to the easteily line
of lot No. 92 on the aforesaid map: and thence
along the same in a southerly direction one
hundred and two feet to the northerly side of
East Centre street and the place of begin
ning.
Being known as lot No 34 on the aforesaid
map.
The above described property to be sold In
parcels as by the said writ directed.
Newark. N. J.. June 5, 1911.
WILLIAM HARR1GAN. Sheriff
F. J. Greenberg, .Sol’r. ($41.16*
[Chancery B—58. ]
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey—Between Julia Vincon, complainant, and
Ida Frank et als., defendants. Fi. fa.. fo:
sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri |
facias, to me directed, 1 shall exjxjse for sule
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New- I
ark, on Tuesday, the eleventh day of July
next, at two o’clock p. m.. all that tract or j
parcel of land and premises situate, lying and
being in the city of Newark. Essex county, !
New Jersey .
Beginning at a point in the westerly line of ;
Mott street distant two hundred feet and e|gli- j
teen-hundredths of a foot southerly :rom the
southwesterly comer of the same mid Bowery ;
street, which beginning point is aho in the .
centre line of, the partition wall dividing lhe J
house standing on the premises hereby con- i
veyed from tlie hou.»e adjoining northerly ; from
thence running south .seventy-throe degrees
seven minutes west through the centre of said !
partition wall twenty-two feet and twenty
eight-hundredths of a font to tlie i*ar of the |
house standing upon the premises hereby cun- J
veyed: thence southeasterly along tho rear of
the same twenty-five-hundredth? of a foot: |
thence south seventy-three degrees seven min |
utes west along the southerly side of the home !
standing on the premises adjoining the prem- i
isos hereby conveyed on the north and in eon- >
tinuation thereof twenty-three feet and t'orty
■even-hundredths of n foot; thence south I
twenty-one degrees twenty minutes west nine I
feet and forty-hundredths of ft foot to the j
northeasterly line of Market street; then-e ■
slung the same south sixty-eight degrees forty
minute? east sixty-five feet and eeventy-fire- |
hundredths of n foot to the corner "f the snme J
and Mott street; thence along Mott street
north seventeen degrees west forty-eight feet
and thirty-two one-hundredtlm of a foot to the
place of beginning.
Newark, N. J., June 5. 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAX. Sheriff. |
Frederick T. Hoy, SolT. **19.74> j
[Chancery B—37.)
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey. Between The Mutual Building and
Tx>an Association of the City of Newark, com- I
pi inanf. and George Saraolno, et n!*>. defend- I
antr Fi. fa., for sale of mortgaged premises, i
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri !
facias, to me directed. I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, In New
ark. on Tuesday, the thirteenth day of June
next, at two o’clock p. in., all that trket ot
parcel of land and premise? situate, lying and
being In the City of Newark. Essex County,
New Jersey;
Commencing in the westerly linp of Hawkins ;
street at a point therein distant fifty feet north- !
erly from the Intersection of the snme. with the i
northerly line of Bonykamper avenue; thence
running north seventy-two degree? three min- ;
jutes west one hundred fe* 3 to the southwest
erly corner of lot No. 2 on map entitled map j
of J. C. Richards property. 1893. l^hlbach
; Brothers. Surveyors: thence running along the
1 westerly line of said lot No 2 and in con
tinuation thereof to tne northwesterly corner
j of lot No. 3 on said map twentv-seven feet
and sixty-three one-hundredths **of n foot:
: thence easterly to said westerly line of Hawkins
street to a. point distant, therein one hundred
and five feet, northerly from the northerly
line of Bonykamper avenue; thence southerly
alobg ssld Hawkins street fifty-five feej to the
point or place of beginning Being lot No. 2
and part of lots Nos. 8 and 4 on said map
Subject to taxes 1909 and 1910. amounting
to f96.69, and also sewer assessments $5S with
interest
Newark. N. J. May 8, 1911
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff
Edward Kenny. Solicitor. ($16 SO)
LEGISLATION TO REGULATE
HUDSON RIVER’S FLOW.
ALBANY. June 8.—Walter McCul
loch, consulting engineer of the State
Water Supply Commission, yesterday
submitted to the Senate judiciary com
mittee the plans for the new water
storage reservoitt which Is provided for
in Senator Howard R. Bayne's bill to
regulate the flow and sanitary con
dition of the Hudson river
The reservoir is to he built on the
Sacandaga river at Conkllngville and
will consist of a lake thirty miles long,
with an area of forty-two square
miles. The total cost Is estimated at
$3,660,000. which is to he paid propor
tionately by owners of water-storage
plants benefited and municipalities.
TOM L. JOHNSON’S WIDOW
BARRED FROM DEPOSIT BOX.
NEW YORK, June 8.—Mrs. Margaret
J. Johnson, who has brought suit for
$250,000 against the Mercantile Safe
Deposit Company for refusing her ac
cess to her safe deposit box, in which
she says there are securities and cash
worth $190,000, Is the widow of the late
Tom L. Johnson, and is his adminis
tratrix, she says. The value of the
estate in this county is $175,000. The
safe deposit management has refused
Mrs. Johnson access to the box ns n.
result of notification from Bronson
Wlnthrop. as counsel for persons who
have an alleged claim against the
estate.
GIRL ASLEEP 7 WEEKS;
AWAKES, SLEEPS AGAIN.
VANDALIA. 111.. June 8.—After seven
wfeks of slumber, Hazel Schmidt yes
terday opened her eyes, gazed calmly
about, Hnd asked for something to eat.
Then she again dropped off to sleep.
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_ ^ SHERIFFS 8ALBS.(
[Chancery B—60. |
j SHERIFF'S SALE—In r’baficery or New Jer
i •#»>•—Be tween The Guarantee Building and
! Loan Association of the city of Newark, eolii
; plainant, and Joseph Fetlerlel et al.. defend
ants. Fi. fa., for sale of mortgaged premise*.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
farina, to me directed, I shall expose for sale
' !>v public vendue, at the Courthouse, in New
aik, on Tuesday, the eleventh day of July
next, at two o'clock p. nn. all that tract or
parrel of laud and premises situate, lying and
being In the city of Newark. Essex county,
New Jersey:
Beginning at n point on the northerly side
of Mechanic street distant three hundred and
seventy-five and three one-hundredth* feet on
a course of south forty-nine degree- nineteen
minute* east from the lnterneotlon of the
northerly line of Mechanic street and the east
erly line of Lincoln avenue; thence run
ning north forty degrees forty-one minutes ea*t
one hundred feet; thence south forty-nine de
grees nineteen minute* east seventy-five feet;
thence south forty degrees forty-one minutes
west one hundred feet to the northerly line of.
Mechanic street; thence along the same north
forty nine degrees nineteen minutes west sev
enty-five feet to the place of Beginning.
Being lots 18. 19 and 20 on rnap showing
sub-division of the Crane tract, made by
Mead and Taylor, 1S92.
Newark. N. J.. June 5, 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff.
Hood & Hood, Sol'rs. ($14.38) j
[Chancery B—61. |
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey Between Charles H. Holliday, complain
ant. and Nathan A. Chapman et al.. defend
ants. FI. fu., for sale of mortgager! premise*.
B.v virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, 1 shall expose for sale
by pub'dc vendue, at the Courthouse, In New
ark, on Tuesday, the eleventh day of July i
next, a* two o'clock p. m., all thut tract or
parcel of land and premises situate, lying and
being in the city of Newark. Essex county.
New Jersey;
Beginning in the westerly line of North
Sixth street at a point therein distant three j
hundred feet northerly from the northerly line
of Sixth avenue; thence tunning westerly par
allel with Sixth avenue one hundred feet;
thence northerly parallel with North sixth
street twenty-five feet; thence easterly parallel
with Sixth avenue one hundred feet to Sixth
street and thence running southerly along the
same twenty-five feet to the place of begin
ning.
Being known as lot No. 120 on a map of part
of the property of Jamet: E. Bathgate, made
by Van Duyne & Young, Surveyor*.
Newark. N. J., June 3. 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
Sommer, Colby & Whiting. Sol'rs ($12.60)
[Chancery B—84.]
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey-Between Weils P. Eagle ton. complain
ant, and John Acker et ux. et al*., defendants.
Fi. fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
B.v virtue of the above stated writ ot fieri
facia*, to me directed. 1 *hull expose for sale
by public vendue, al the courthouse, in New
ark, on 'Tuesday, the eleventh day of July
next,, at two o'clock p. in., all that uact or
parcel of land and premise* situate, lying and
being in the city of Newark, Essex county, i
New Jersey:
Beginning on the. wem side of Washington
avenue at the northwest corner of a' street
<h11«^1 living street, running thence northerly
along the westerly line of Washington avenue
one hundred feet; thence westerly and at right
angles to said Washington avenue three hun
dred and ten feet, more or less: thence south
erly parallel with Washlngtgn avenue one hun
dred feet, more or less, to the northerly line
of Irving street. and thence easterly along the
*uiu northerly line <>f Irving street three hun
dred and ten feet, more or less, to said west
erly Hue of Washington avenue at the point
or place of beginning.
Excepting out of said premises, however,
such portion as ha* been tttiten for the opening
of Irving stteet.
Excepting and reserving, however, from the
above described premises the following
described property which was released from
the Hen of the aforesaid mortgage by Frances
V. Nash:
Beginning at a point in t-he northerly line of
riving stteet distunt thereon westerly two
hundred and fifty-eight and ninety-two hun
dredths of a foot from the westerly line of
Washington avenue; running thence north
thirty-six degrees eight minutes east seventy
me and ten-liundrcncns of a foot; thence north
fifty-four degrees west fifty-two feet: thence
south thirty-six degrees north sixty-seven feet
to the said northerly line of Irving street; and
:henee along the rame south forty-nine degrees
thirty minutes eti*t fifty-two feet to the point
or pla»e of beginning.
Newark. N. J., June 5. 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff. I
Jacob L. Newman, Hol’r. ($81.42) j
[Circuit A—532.]
SHERIFF'S SALE—-Essex County Circuit
Court—George Fixtei. claimant. vs», Joseph
L»i Corcla. builder, and Clarence n. Hire,
owner, defendants. Fi. fa., on lien.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
fnolas, to mt directed. I shall expose for sale
by public, vendue, at the Courthouse, in New
ark. on Tuesday, the eleventh day of July
next at two o'clock p. m.. all that tract or
parcel of land and premises situate, lying and
being In the city of Newark, Essex county.
New Jersey.
The building is a one-story brick building
erected upon the hereafter described tract as
follows to wit:
Beginning on the cast side of Broad street
two hundred and sixty-four feet and four
Inches south from the southerly comer of
Broad and Bridge streets and at the corner of
land formerly belonging to estate of Jacob
Alien, deceased; from thence running along
said land north eighty-one degrees thirty min
utes cast two hundred and thirty-five feet,
more or less, to the west side of Atlantic
street; thence running along said west side of
Atlantic street north thlrtyJhlx feet ten Inches
to land of John Gregg; thenee running along
said land of said Gregg south eighty-one de
grees thirty minute'* north two hundred and
thirty five feet, more or less, to the east line
of Broad street: thence running along said 1
east lin» of Broad street south eight degrees ,
fifteen minutes east thirty-nix feet and ten I
inches to the place of beginning.
Newark, N. J., June *>. I DLL
WIWLIAM HARRIGAN,’ Sheriff.
Corrlsndt A- Wayne Parker, Attya. <616.54)
[Chancery B—53 ]
.SHERIFF'S Sale— In Chancery of New Jer
sey Between Annie N. Chardavoyne et a!.,
complainant-, and Emma S. Trefz et ale.,
defendants. Pi. fa . for sale of mortgage]
premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, 1 phall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House in New
ark. on Tuesday, the eleventh day of July
next, mi two o*f lock p. m . all that tract or
parcel of land and promises situate, lying and
being in the city of Newark, formerly Hinton
township. Essex county. New Jersey.
Beginning on the northerly side of the road
lending from Newark to Elizabeth a few rod**
easterly from the junction of the upper and
lower roads, and at the corner of n tract now
owned b\ one Bailout Inc. north along said
Elizabeth avenue towards Newark one hundred
feet, more or less; thenre west one hundred
and forty three feet and eleven Inches to
Johnson avenue; thence south along paid John
son avenue one hundred and twenty-three feet
and six Inches to line of said Hallentine's
propertv thence east along line of the said
Ballenllne's property one hundred and seven
teen feet and six inches to Elizabeth avenue
and place of beginning Containing shout
fourteen thousand six hundred and six and
twoTthirds feet or five and twenty-one twenty
fifth* city lots; together with all buildings
contained or situated thereon, and also the
holler and engine and shafting and pulleys,
etc., that are fastened to the building, and
also all machinery that in securely fastened
and Incoming a part of the property and
buildings.
Newark. N. J . June fi. 1311.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff
Lambert A Htnwart, Hoi're ($16,801
[Chancery B—54.]
SHERIFF'S KALE In Chancery of New Jer
eey Between The Fhoenlx Building a.nd Loan
Association of the City of Newark, complain
ant, and Frieda Wagner et als., defendants.
FI., fs . for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, j shall expose for sale
by nubile vendue, at the Court House, In New
ark, on Tuesday, the eleventh day of July
next, at two o'clock p. m.. all that tract or
parcel of land and premises situate, lying and
being In the city of Newark, F.ssex county.
New Jersey.
Beginning nt the intersection of the westerly
line of Frellnghuysen avenue with the south
erly line of Mitchell place; thence along
Mitchell place westerly one hundred feet.
; thence southerly parallel with Frellnghuysen
a\enue twenty-five feet; thence easterly par
allel with Mitchell place one hundred feet to
j Frellnghuysen avenue, thence along the same
j northerly twenty-five feet to Mitchell place
• and the place of beginning
I Being lot No. 31 on map of Frellnghuysen
, terrace, surveyed by George H. Gardner. June,
' 1307.
Newark, N. J.. June 5, 1911
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
Lowy, Lowensteln A T>eber, Sol’rs. ($12.60)
[Chancery B—5ft]
SHERIFF'S KALE-lit Chancery of New Jer
sey Between The Phoenix Building and Loan
Association of the City of Newark, complain
ant. and Frieda Wagner et ale., defendants.
, Fi fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
| facias, to me directed. I aha 11 expose for sale
jby public vendue, at the Court House, In New
1 ark. on Tuesday, the eleventh day of July
| next, nt tw> o’clock p. m.. all thnt tract or
i parcel of land and premises situate, lying and
‘being in the township of Clinton. Essex
■ county, New Jersey:
' Beginning in the northerly line of Neck lane
j at 3 point therein distant five hundred and
' eighty-nine feer and twentj-one-hundredth*
' of n foot easterly front the easterly line of
Frellnghuysen avenue; thence running along
j the northerly line of Neck lane south flfty
; four degrees and thirty minutes east alnety
! seven feet and sixty-six one-hundredths of a
foot: thence north thirty-three degrees and
| twenty-six minutes east two hundred and ten
(feet and sixty-four one-hundredths of h foot;
thence north fifty-eight degrees and seventeen
minutes west one hundred feet; and thence
south thirty-two degrees and forty-six minutes
wait two hundred and four feet to the north
erly line of Neck lane and place of beginning
Newark. N. J., June 5, 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff.
Lowy, Loweuatein & Leber, Sol’rf. ($13.86)
SHERIFF’S SALES-__
(Circuit A-M3.)
8 KRIFF S SA —Esaex County Common
Pl««« Court. The Union Notional Bank,
rlalntirr. va. N. J. Matthowa. defendant, fl. (».
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facies, to me directed, I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, In New
ark. on Tuaaday, tTle twentieth day of June
next, at two o'clock p. m., all those tracts or
parcels of land and premises situate, lying and
being in the City of Newark, Essex County,
New Jersey:
First tract—Beginning at a point in «»•
southerly line of white terrace distant
thereon westerly forty-nine and seventeen one
hundredths feet from the point of Intersection
of the eame with the westerly line of Clinton
place as recently located by the City of New
ark. said beginning point being also distant
fifty feet westerly from the point of inter
section of the said southerly line u' White ter
race with the old westerly line of Clinton
place; from thencs running westerly along said
line of White terrace eighty-eight and seventy
two one-hundredths feet to the southerly Una
of premises conveyed to the said Marietta
White by Irenee A. Du Pont and wife by
deed dated June 28, 1904, and recorded In
book 0-37 of deeds for said county, on pagaa
558-561; thence easterly along said southerly
line of the premises com eyed fifty *eet, and
thence (4) northerly at right angles
terrace eighty-eight and three one-hundredths
feet to the southerly line of the same and place
of beginning. ^
Subject to mortgage of $3,500 (S 19-333)
with Interest from April 21, 1901.
Second tract- Beginning at a point in the
southerly line of White terrace, distant
thereon westerly ninety-nine and seventeen
cue-hundredths feet from the point of Inter
section of the same with the westerly line or
Clinton place recently located by the City or
Newark, and beginning point being also distant
one hundred feet westerly from the point or
Intersection of said southerly line of »« »«»ta
terrace with the old westerly line of Clinton
place; from thence running (1) westerly along
said line of White terrace fifty feet; thence
• 2) southerly at right angles to Bald line of
White terrace eighty nine and forty-one one
hundredths feet to the southerly line
premises conveyed to the said Marietta White
by Irenee A. I>u Pont and wife by deed, dated
June 24. 1904, and recorded in book 0-37_ of
deeds for sold county, on pages 658-661:
thence (8) easterly along said southerly line
of the premises so conveyed fifty feet, and
thence (4) northerly at right angles to White
terrace eighty-eight and seventy-two one-hun
dredths feet to the southerly line of the same
and the place of beginning.
Recites subject to purchase money mortgage
to the Prudential Ins. Co. for $3,800.
Recites that both tne above tracts are subject
to a second mortgage to Marietta White for
34,050.
Third tract—Beginning at a point in the.
westerly line or the road now called Clinton
place leading from Lyons Farms to Clinton
avenue at the northeasterly corner of land of
Burlin Hutchins; thence along said Hutchins’s
line north sixty degrees forty-five minutes west
four hundred and sixty feet to line of land of
William fB. Tichenor. thence along said
Tichenor's line north thirty-three degrees east
one hundred feet three inches; thence again
along line of said Tichenor in a line parallel
to and one hundred feet from the first
tioned line south aixty degrees forty-five
minutes east four hundred and twenty-eight
and one-half feet to the westerly line of the
before mentioned road; thence along line of
said ad south fifteen degrees fifteen minutes
west one hundred and three feet to the place
of beginning. Containing one acre and two
one-hundiedths of an acre.
Recites subject to a mortgage of SS.OOfi.
which party of the second part assumes and
agrees to ray.
' Newark. N. ,T.. May 15. 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
McCarter and English. Attorneys. <$39.06)
[Ohancery B—42.]
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancer/ of New Jer
sey. Between Gertrude M. Koellhoffer. com
plainant. and Elizabeth Schubert, Individually
and as administrator, Ac., et. ale., defendaats.
FJ. fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the ubove stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed. I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark, on Tuesday, the twentieth day of June
next, Ft two o’clock p. m., all that tract or
parotl of land and premises situate, lying and
being in the City of Newark, Essex County,
New Jersey:
Beginning In the westerly line of South
Twelfth street, at a point distant four hundred
and ninety-six feet northerly from the north
erly line of South Orange avenue, thencs
running northerly along the line of South
Twelfth street fifty-three feet and forty-eight
hundredths of n foot to the line of land now
or formerly he jriging to John Fountain;
thenre along the same north seventy-six de
grees ten minutes west one hundred and four
feet nnd sixty-seven hundredths of a foot;
thence st'll along the earnc south twenty-two
degrees west tnirty-three feet and seventy
thi >e hundredths of a foot, ud thence easterly
at .right angles with South Twelfth street one
hundred feet and ninety-fix hundredths of a
foot to the westerly line of South Twelfth
atreet and place of beginning. (According to
description made December 29, 1999. by Frank
T. Shepard, surveyor).
Being the same premises conveyed to the
said Joseph C. Schubert by deed, bearing evan
date herewith from Gertrude M. Koellhoffer
and Conrad H. Koellhoffer. her husband.
New-ark. N. J., May 15, 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
< a lies A. Felck, Solicitor. <$17.3!)
[Chancery B—43.]
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey. Between The Fourteenth Ward Build
ing and Loan Association of Newark. N. J..
compMnant. and Elsie Noonan, et ale., defend
ants. FI. fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed. I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the court. House. In New
avk, on Tuesday, the twentieth day of June
next, at two o’clock p ra., all that tract or
parcel of land and premises situate, lying and
being In the City of Newark. Essex County,
New Jersey.
Beginning in the southerly line of James
street et a point therein distant one hundred
and sixty-three feet elgTit Inches westerly from
the southwest corner of James street and
Pi.ne street; thence running south fbirty-flve
degrees west ninety-four /eet; thence north
flf*T i.VH degrees ten minutes west fourteen
feet nine and one-half Inches, thence north
thirty-four degrees twenty-two minute* east
and along the easterly face of the brick build
ing standing on the premises adjoining on the
west fifty nine feet elx nnd one-half inches;
thenre north fifty-five degrees west aeven
Inches to the centre line of the partv wall
dividing the dwelling house standing on the
premises adjoining on the west from that
standing on the premises hereby described;
thence running north thlrty-rour degrees forty
two minutes east along said centre line and
continuing in the same direction thirty-four
feet six Inches to the aforesaid line of James
street, and thenre running along the same
fifty-five degrees east sixteen feet two and one
half Inclr>s to the place of heginntng.
Newark. N. J., May 15. 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
Rlker A Rlker. Solicitors. ($17.22)
[Chancery B—47.]
SHERIFF'S .SALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey. Between Theodore Richter, complain
ant, and Russel E. F. Meyer, defendant FI.
fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed. I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court. House, in New
ark. on Tuesday, the twenty seventh dev of
June next, at two o’clock p. m., all that tract
or parcel of land and premise* situate, lying
and being in the City of Newark, Essex
County, New Jerse\ :
Beginning In the northerly line of Warren
street at a point therein distant westerly thirty
feet and twenty one-hundredths of a foot from
the northwesterly corner of same and Orleans
street, and from thence running westerly along
b arren Ptrret thirty ' feet. thence northerly
parallel with Orleans street and running along
westerly edge or eMe of the house standing on
lot r.ereby conveyed one hundred feet; thence
easterly parallel with Warreu street thirty feet,
and thenre southerly parallel with Orleans
street one hundred feet to Warren street and
place of beginning
Newark. N. J . May 22. 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
Thomas J. Butler. Bollcltor. ($12.19)
(Circuit B—76.]
SHERIFF’S SALE—Essex County Circuit
Court. Terence M. Mears, claimant, va.
Anderson Mitchell Realty Company, butlder
and owner. FI fo.. on lien.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark, on Tuesday, the twenty-seventh day of
June next, at two o’clock p. m.. a certain
one-story brick basement or building not yet
enclosed on s lot or curtilage situated in the
City of Newark, in the County of Essex and
State of New Jersey, and more particularly
described as follows;
Beginning in the northerly line of Fifth
avenue at a point, therein distant westerly flftr
feet, from the northwesterly corner of same
and Aqueduct street, and from thence running
along said Fifth avenue westerly fifty feet,
thenre northerly parallel with Aqueduct street
one hundred feet; thence easterly parallel with
Fifth avenue fifty feet, and thence southerlv
parallel with Aqueduct etreet one hundred feet
to Fifth avenue and place of beginning.
Newark. N. J.. May 22. 1911
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sbsriff.
Frank E. Bradner. Attorney. ($11.76)
[Circuit B-72.>
SHERIFF’S BALE-Essex County Circuit
Court--Cook A Genung Company, rlalmant,
vs. Felix <*a«parlnl, builder, and Gregorio
Pelgarl and Carolina Pelgarl. owners. F1. fa.,
on lain.
B> virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
farias, to me directed, I shall expose for Bale
by public vendue, at. the Courthouse, in New
ark. on Tuesday, the elexenth day of July
next at two o’clock p. m.. all that tract or
parcel of land and premleo* situate, lying and
being In the city of Newark, Essex countv,
New- Jersey:
Beginning In the southerly lint- of Nichols
street at n point distant westerly three''hundred
feet from the southwest corner of Adams and
Nichols streets; and from thence runs wester
ly along said Nichols street twenty-five feet:
then e southerly along the line of lot number
892 ninety-six feet thr*e inches or half wav to
Klnne.v street; thence easterly and parallel
with Nichols street twenty-five feet; thence
northerly along the line of lot No. 300 nlnety
slx feet three Inches to the line of Nichols
street and place of beginning,
Being known and designated as lot No. 301
on a map of Edward Bayee’s property
Newark. N. J., June 6. 1911.
Hlnh B. ££L,4?,HARR,aAN' ,h&
$
*>■
SHERIFF’S HALF'S.
[Chancery B—51.1
BHERIFF‘8 SALE—'1« Chancery of New Jer
sey. Between Rebecca H. Richards, com
plainant. and Michael Pinto, et als.. defend
ants. FI. fa., tor sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of tfie above statfed writ or fieri
facia*, to me directed. I shall expose for eels
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark, on Tuesday, the twenty-seventh day of
June next, nt two o'clock p. m., all that tract
or parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the City of Newark, Essex
County, New Jersey.
Beginning at a point in the westerly line of
Lock street distant thereon northerly sixty *
feet from the point of intersection of the earns
with the northerly line of Central avenue;
from thence (1) running along said line of
Lock street thirty feet; thence (2) northwest
erly and parallel with said line of Central
avenue one hundred feet; thence (3) south
westerly and parallel with Lock street thirty
feet; thence (4) southeasterly and parallel with
Central avenue one hundred feet to the place
of beginning. .
Being the same premises conveyed to said
Michael Pinto and Roslna Pinto, his wife, hy
Thomas F. Ktennen, by deed, bearing date
Ootober first, 1891. and recorded December 17,
1S91, In book N-26 of deeds for Essex County,
on pages 446, etc.
Newark. N. J.. May 22, 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN. Sheriff.
W. c. & E. Headley, Solicitors. ($14.M)
[Chancery A—469.]
SHERIFF’S SALE—tn Chancery of New Jer
sey. Between Thomas McLaughlin, Exr.,
Ac., complainant, and John Murphy, ef ux.,
et als., defendants. Ft. fa., for sale of mort
gaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed. I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, nt the Court House, in New
ark, on Tuesday, the twenty-seventh day of
June next, at two o'clock p. in., all that tract
or parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the City of Newark, Essex
County, New Jersey:
Beginning In the northwest comer of Tlche
noi» and Hermon streets; thence running along
Hermon street one hundred feet to a lot now
or lately owned by David B. Lum; thence
along his line twenty-five feet to a lot now or
lately owned by Elizabeth Castles; thence along
her line one hundred feet to Tlchenor street,
thence running along the same tw-enty-five feet
to the place of beginning.
Being designated as lot number 9? on a map
filed by Isaac Nicholas and others, commis
sioners, in Essex County Clerk's office and
known as the Vinson map.
Newark. X. J.. May 22, 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff.
Jacob L. Newman, Solicitor. ($12.60)
[Chancery B—44.]
SHERIFF’S SALlv~In Chancery of New Jer
sey. Between John Hart, complainant* and
Court Y. Sutphen. et als.. defendants. FI. fa.,
for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed. I shall 'expose for sals
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark, on Tuesday, the twenty-seventh day of
June next, at two o'clock p. m., all that tract
or parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being In the City of Newark, Essex.
County, New Jersey:
Beginning at a point in the westerly line of
Wakeman avenue, distant one hundred and
elghty-flvo feet six and one-half Inches south
erly from the intersection of the southerly line
of .ay street with the westerly line of Wake
man avenue as the same are laid on a map of
the property of Jesse Bennett, made by Ernest
Adam, May. 1874, a copy of which is now in
possession of Samuel T. Smith; thence north
slxty-one degrees and twenty-nine minutes west
along the southerly line of lot No. 12 as laid
out on said map one hundred and fifteen feet,
more or less, to the centre line of the alley
dividing the rear of lots as laid out on said'
map, the said alley having been abandoned:
t.enee south twenty-eight degrees and thirty
one mlnute9 west along said centre line of said
alley twenty-five feet to the northerly line of
lot No. 10 as laid out on said map extended
five feet to centre line of said alley; thence
south .alxty-one degrees and twenty-nine min
utes east along said extended line and the
northerly line of said loj No. 10 one hundied
and fifteen feet, more or less, to the westerly
line of Wakeman avenue, and thence along
said westerly line of Wakeman avenue north
twenty-eijht degrees and thirty-one minutes
cast twenty-live feet to the ebrner of said lot
No. 12 and the place of beginning.
ejng lot No. 11 on said map and half of the
said alley in the rear of said lot as laid out
on the said map. See book of deeds Z-26. 56.
Newark, N. J.. May 22. .1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff
Louis J, Beers, Solicitor. ($20.16)
(Chancery B—39.)
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey. Between The Union Building and teOan
Association of Newark, N. J., complainant,
and Frank Kurcok, et als., defendants. FI.
fa, for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, I shall expose for sal**
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark. on Tuesday, the twentieth day of June
next, at two o'clock p. m., all that tract or
parcel of land and preanises situate, lying and
being in the City of Newark. Essex County.
New Jersey:
Beginning in the westerly line of Barbara
street at a point therein distant northerly four
hundred and fifty feet four Inches measured
along saJd line from the corner of Barbara
and Niagara, formerly Tvisle street, said be
ginning point being in the southwesterly line ’
of Cass street as originally projected but now
vacated; thence running along Barbara street
north fifty-nine degrees fifteen minutes oast
twenty-five feet; thence nortii thirty degrees
fifteen minutes west one hundred feet; thence
south fifty-nine degrees fifteen minutes west
twenty-five feet, and thence souu. thirty de
grees and fifteen minutes oast one hundred
feet to the place of beginning.
Being the same premises conveyed to Frank
Kurcok, by Bruno H. Cllnchard and wife.
Newark, N. J„ May 16, 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff
L. A. Ziegler, Solicitor ($14.28)
[Chancery B—60.]
SHERIFF S SALE—In Chancery of New Jer
sey. Between Thomas S. Henry, executor
of the estate of John Kocher, deceased, com
plainant. and Vltella Parlllo and others, de
fendants. Fi. fa , for sale of mortgaged
premises.
By virtue of tho above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed. I shall expose for sak*
by public vendue, at the Court, House. In New
ark. on Tuesday, the twenty-seventh day of
June next, at two o'clock p. m.. all that tract
or parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the City of Newark, Eesex
i County, New Jersey:
Beginning in the northerly line of Chestnut
stre*»x at s point therein distant easterly three
i hundred and fifteen feet eight inches from the
northeasterly comer of the same and Sandford
street; from thence easterly along Chestnut
street twenty five feet one and one-half incheg
to [he easterly line of a building standing ofi
tho premises herein described; thence north
easterly along the said easterly line of said
I building and At right angles to Chestnut street
©he hundred and eleven feet two inches to the
| easterly line of lands of said Parlllo; thence
j along said line northerly thirty-five feet, seven
I and one half inches, and thence southerly and
I at. right angles to Chestnut street one hundred
and thirty-six feet ten inches to the easterly
line of the same and the place of beginning,
j according to survey made by Harrison Van
Puyne and Fon. December, 1908.
I Being part of the same premises conveyed
to Vito Parlllo by Anna Lyod Curtin and
Charles J. Curtin, her husband, by deed,
recorded in book 8-36 of deeds for Essex
County, on page 299.
Newark. N. J.. May 22. 1911.
WILLIAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff.
Thomas 9- Henry, Solicitor ($17.94$
[Chancery B—48.]
SHERIFF’S SALE)—In Chancery of New J«r
say. Between Adolph Flegenhelmer. com
plainant. and Fanny W. Warraan, et als..
defendants. Fi, fa., for sal© of mortgaged
premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark. on Tuesday, the twenty-seventh dav of
June next, at two o'clock p. m., all that tract
or parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being in th# City of Newark. Essex
County. New Jersey
Beginning at a point in the southerlv line of
Springfield avenue distant therein westerly
eighty-six feet six and one-half inches from
the corner formed by the intersection of the
same with the northerly line of High street
thence running along said line of Springfield
avenue south eighty-two degrees twenty min
utes west seventy-five feet; thence south seven
degree* forty minutes east ninety feet to an
alley; thence along said alley north eighty-two
degree* and twenty minutes east seventy-five
feet; thence north seven degrees and fortr
n.lnutes west ninety feet to the place of berln
nlng. Being known and designated a* lots
numbers three, four and five on * map of the
,fn thp corner of High street and
Pprlngfleld avenue, made by E'rancisco and
Barkhorn. surveyors, May 28th, 1888. with the
right and privilege of using said alley as
passage and wagonway in common with other *
owners, their heirs and assigns, of the several
lots bounding on the same.
Being the same premises conveyed to the
SjJ}, PteJf'telv, Investment Company bv
Adnlph Flegenhelmer nnd wife, by deed, dated
October thirtieth, nineteen hundred and nine
Newark, N. .1 . Mev 23. mu. '
- Wir-MAM HARRIGAN, Sheriff.
Cum. Tamblyn & Colyer, Solicitors. <$16.64>
SHERIFF'S SAl!EninrchVrerj. of New Jer
say. Between William Berry, et al., exrs
*c complainant, and James Taaffe, et ata’
pr1ml«"“' Fl- fa- ,or “>« 01 mart, fid
By irtue of the nbove Mated writ of flert
fane, ,0 me directed. I .hall expole for
by public vendue, at the Court House, in New
ark. 011 Tuesday, the twentieth dav of lime
next, at two o’clock n m mi tv,., . *
parcel o' land and premises situate* lying and
CU’V of Vo'umy
Thlrfsenth* (formerfv T^ompiJc «r«, ^r,L
point thersln distant two hS
55 £''.ald0rrr°? ‘X* "”th?an.te“y*^
ner or sRln street and Orangr» Ktr-opt- thnn^r.
•»« P*»nei wllh o™n£re'.keet S£
55iI?rS? .uMtriu tVl#nce northerly and parallel
nlng southerly along the line of the same
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