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STATE CONTROL
IS NOW SOUGHT
k Evening Star to Secure In*
i_ troduction of Bill Into
Assembly,
(Continued from First Page.)
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/by many members of the Legislature.
I Former Assemblyman Leonard Bik
' aart, of Passaic county, who has
shown a great desire to help the cam
paign for cheaper food fish because of
the extreme conditions in the city of
Paterson, where he resides, was in
vited to take part in the discussion.
He agreed that the action of the
pound net men in asking for State
control of the fisheries was the best
solution, and said that under the rul
tigs of the courts the State could take
over the control of the fisheries and
fnot only give the people a square deal
in regard to the price of fish, but also
would also profit financially by the
venture, in fact, that part of the con
sumers’ money that now goes into the
pockets of the middlemen could be
split in half and the State take its
share and and the price of fish to.the
people would be reduced eighty per
cent. The pound net men would un
der such a plan receive more for their
fish and always be sure of their
money, as the State would be their
customer.
Ruling* of the Court*,
/ The rulings referred to which The
Star representative was asked to
quote for the benefit of some of the
‘-glslators. In order to show that the
State would have the right to go into
the fish business when necessity com
pelled it to do so because of the high
i oat of living, states: “As far as any
right of property in fish can exist it
is In the public, or is common to all,”
and further the ownership of the fish
is in the State for the benefit of its
people in common, and the Legisla
ture has the right to permit individ
uals to catch them upon Buch terms
and conditions as it may impose and
to restrict the property acquired in
them when caught to such an extent
as it deems proper. It may prohibit
catching them entirely, or for a spec
ified season, or it may permit them
to be caught for the use of the per
son who makes the catch and with
hold the right to sell or ship them for
sale.
That this decision fully covers the
case was agreed to by every one
taking part in the discussion, after
which the proposition was made and
agreed to that The Star representa
tive draw a b'll that would cover the
situation, taking in the features as
proposed, which would include the
State building and operating receiv
ing and distributing fish stations, to
which the daily catch would be de
livered by the fishermen and arrange
ments made whereby the fishermen
this was agreed to by all concerned,
and former Assemblyman Pikaart
agreed to aid in the passage of such
a bill if drawn by The Star repre
sentative. The latter promised to
have such a bill at Trenton in time
for introduction before the Legisla
ture closed today.
The time allotted for putting the
bill together being short, the under
stand'ng was that a rough draft be
submitted, and then after a further
conference the bill could be changed
1n committee, so as to give the best
results. A copy of the bill that is
to be presented is lieie produced, and,
in the meantime, the Byrne resolution
will be laid over at the request of the
■ introducer.
An act for the appointment of a
commissioner of marine fisheries for
the better protection of the fishing
interests in the tidal waters of tho
State of New Jersey, including the
waters of the Atlantic ocean within
three nautical miles of the coast line
of said State, and to provide funds
for operation and maintenance of
food Ash stations.
Be it enacted by the Senate and
General Assembly of the Stale of
New Jersey:
The Governor may appoint, with the
consent of the Senate, a commissioner
of marine fisheries, who shall hold
, office for the term of five years from
the date of his appointment and until
ids successor has been appointed, and
1n case of vacancy occurring by
death, resignation or otherwise, the
raid term shall be filled by the Gov
ernor for tile residue of the term.
It shall he the duty ot said com
missioner to secure the enforcement
of all laws for the preservation of all
marine fishes, and to bring, or cause
to be brought, actions and proceed
ings in the name of the State, to re
luvo anv and all penalties provided
for; and shall at all times have the
right and power to inspect anv
pound net, purse net, fyke net, drift
net, gill net, weir, fish basket or other
apparatus for taking marine fishes.
Sucli commissioner shall devote all
his time to the duties of his office,
und shall receive a salary of $3,000
per annum, payable monthly, and
such actual expenses and disburse
ments as he mav incur as commis
sioner. said salary, expenses and dis
bursements to be paid out of a fund
to be known as the marine fisheries
fund, upon vouchers therefor ap
proved by the Governor.
The said commissioner may appoint
five competent men, who shall be
known as marine fish wardens, and
whose duties and powers are herein
after defined, and who shall hold of
fice for one year, unless sooner re
moved for cause; the compensation ot
the said wardens shall be at the rate
of one thousand dollars per annum,
payable monthly, and an allowance to
each for expenses no, eAweedlng two
hundred dollars per annum; the pay
ment of traveling and incidental ex
penses of said wardens shall be made
upon the statement of the warden,
duly sworn to by him, that the charge
for which payment is asked have been
incurred in the discharge of official
duties, and that the bill Is true and
correct, such bill to be certified and
-r, be approved by said commissioner.
The wardens shall enforce all the
Jaws of the State for the protection
of marine fishes, and snail have full
power to execute all processes issued
for violations of such laws, and to
serve subpoenas issued for the ex
aminations, investigations or trial of
nil offenses against said laws; each
warden shall keep a dally record of
his official acts and shall, at the
close of each month, make a summary
of such record with such statements
in detail as shall be no,—sary for tne
information of the sold commissioner,
and report the same to the said com
missioner.
The said commissioner and war
dens may. in the discharge of their
duties call in the aid of any consta
ble, sheriff or other peace officer of
the State when deemed necessary,
and any such officer neglecting or re
fusing to aid when thus required shall
forfeit twenty-five dollars, to.be re
covered by action of debt; the said
wardens shall also have the power of
summary arrost in cases of flagrant
Violation of the fishing law's of the
It shall be the duty of the commis
sioner of the marine fisheries and his
wardens to seize, remove and forth
with destroy anv net or other device
for taking fish found in or upon any
of the waters of this State, or upon
my shore or islands of such waters
where fishing with nets is prohibited
or Illegal, and all such nets or other
devices are declared to be a public
nuisance, and may be abated and
summnrily destroyed by any warden,
and no action for damages shall be
maintained against anv w'arden for
such seizure or destruction.
The ownership of and title to all
marlm fishes in the State is hereby
r
Makes His Maiden Speech
as Member of Congress
Congressman Allan B. Walsh.
declared to be in the State, and no
fish shall be caught, taken or killed,
unless the person or persons so catch
ing, taking or killing shall consent
that the title to said fishes shall be
and remain In the State for the pur
pose of regulating and controlling the
catching, taking or killing of said
fish; the catching, killing or taking
of said fish at any time or in any
manner by any person or persons
shall be deemed a privilege and not a
right, and shall furthermore be
deemed a consent of said person or
persons that the title of the State
shall be and remain in the State.
On or before the 30th day of No
vember of each year the marine fish
commissioner shall make a full re
port to the Legislature of the official
transactions of Ills department, In
cluding the work of himself and war
dens and such other information as
may be valuable to the State con
cerning the enforcement of the fish
laws. He shall also embody in said
report such suggestions and recom
mendations as he shall deem useful.
The attorney-general and his as
sistants shall advise the commissioner
of marine fisheries concerning the
discharge of his duties, and shall as
sist him in the enforcement of the
marine fish law, aid In the prosecu
tion of cases arising under euch law
or in which said commissioner or any
of the wardens shall he interested as
such officers, and conduct the prose
cution when for any reason said com
missioner shall deem such prosecution
necessary.
The sum or $10,000, or so much
thereof as may be necessary, to carry
out the provisions of sections 3 and 4
of this act, payable out of any
moneys of the State treasury not
otherwise appropriated, is hereby ap
propriated annually, subject to the
audit of the comptroller, and the same
shall be payable to the commissioner
of marine fisheries.
The term "waters of this State," for
the purposes of this act, shall be con
strued to mean all the salt waters of
the State, including the waters within
three nautical miles of the coast line
of the State and all the tidal waters
of the State.
All acts and parts of acts incon
sistent herewith and in conflict with
this act be and the same are hereby
repealed.
This act shall take effect imme
diately.
The sum of $50,000, or so much
thereof as may be necessary, Is here
by appropriated for the purpose of
erecting a station, or stations, at such
points within the State as may be
advisable, for the purpose of receiv
ing and storing the food fish caught
under the jurisdiction of this act as
hereinafter stated.
The commissioner of marine flsh
! eries shall cause the owner or owners
of each and every net or trap licensed
under the laws of the State to de
liver to the nearest State fish station
the food fish caught In said licensed
net, and for which he shal' Issue or
cause to be Issued a receipt in the
name of the State, showing the
amount of fish received and the value
thereof, the price per pound to be no
greater than four cents, and he shall
then offer for sale to the public the
food fish within Ills possession at such
a figure as to assure the State a
premium of at least two cents a
pound after the receipt above men
tioned shall be careeled by the pay
ment thereof in the manner in which
all claims against the State are paid,
from a fund created by the proceeds
derived from the sale of fish herein
mentioned.
The commissioner of marine fish
eries shall deposit all moneys re
ceived by him under the provisions
of this act In such hanks as the State
treasurer may from time to time des
ignate. under the name of the State
of New Jersey, as frequently as said
treasurer shall demand.
Custom Regulations Hold Up
French Funds for Exposition
PARIS, March 5.—The Chamber of
Commerce of Paris petlt'oned the
French parliament not to decide
finally to pass the proposed appro
priation for the Panama-Pacific ex
position "until the vexatious and tn
qulsitor'al American customs regula
tions shall have been modified by
legislative and administrative meas
ures.”
The San Francisco appropriation,
which was oT''ginall.v included in the
budget of the ministry of commerce,
was not adopted when that budget
was passed on February 24. as stated
in the semi-official report of the pro
ceedings.
It was announced today that tho
French foreign office has taken a
resolute attitude toward the United
States government, in regard to the
suits brought against the Rimoges
porcelain exporters for falsiflcat'on
of entries. It has renewed through
the French embassy at Wash!ngton
its contention that the suits against
the French Prms are contrary to the
agreements between the French and
American governments.
Austrian Parliament Forced
to Stop Session in Tumult
VIENNA, March 5.—The lower
house of the Australian parliament,
whose sessions were suspended on
January 31 owing to the violent ob
struction of the Czech deputies, reas
sembled today, but was again brought
to an abrupt stop hy the tumult
raised by the opposition members.
The speaker once more suspended the
sessions.
The obstruction of the Czech depu
i ties was brought about by the atti
! tude adopted by the government in
I the settlement of German and Czech
| differences in Bohemia which the
I Tiechs regard as unduly favoring the
I Germans.
! "Slave” Film Shown in Court
NEW Y( IRK, March 6.—A four-reel
j film dealing with the white slave traf
! tic, which had been suppressed by the
| police, was shown last night for the
I benefit of the jury trying the case of
I Samuel H. London, writer and pro
| ducer of the film, and llarry C. Bohn,
manager of a theatre which was
closed by the authorities for showing
it. The contention of the police was
that the film was subversive of pub
lic morals. In order that the jury
might judge whether or not this was
the case the film was shown, not,
however, until a permit for its exhi
bition had been secured as provided
by a city ordinance.
, - ' i
WALSH PLEADS FOR
LABORERS’ SAFETY
Congressman Sponsor for Bill
Late “Bob” Bremner Intro
duced in House.
WASHINGTON, March 5—After
many postponements the Bureau of
Labor safety bill, which originated
with the late Congressman Robert G.
Bremner, was started on its way
through the House late yesterday
afternoon. Representative Allen B.
Walsh, to whom the measure passed
after the death of his colleague Brem
ner, took up the bill with enthusiasm
and showed during the debate yester
day that he was well fortified with
•ndustrial facts to cement his argu
nents.
Briefly, the bill calls for the estab
lishment of a bureau under the direc
tion of the Secretary of Labor for the
purpose of forwarding the movement
for the betterment of industrial con
dition of workers in the factories,
shops, mills and mines. At the head
of thiB bureau is to be a Commissioner
of Labor Safety, who shall receive a
salary of $5,000 a year. There is also
to be a museum in which will be ex
hibited various devices for the pro
tection and safety of workers.
Congressman Walsh, in his address
advocating the measure, spoke in part
as follows:
"The bill which is now before the
House for our consideration, if en
acted Into law. Is well calculated to
promote Industrial harmony and pros
perity by bringing about the foster-'
ing conditions which will undoubtedly
increase the percentage of efficiency
among the workers, and thus benefit
largely the employers. Every legis
lative effort which tends to promote
such harmony between workers and
employers Is an effort in the right
direction, and every law which will
facilitate, as this one will, the efforts
of employers to manifest a larger
measure of consideration for their
employes will prove a widespread
benefit to the country and to the
party under whose guidance it was
enacted. It Is a most encouraging
thing to find that there are many
employers of labor In this country
who, without the whip of compulsion
by law, have worked steadily to Im
prove the conditions in their plants
for the greater safety and comfort of
their employes.
Army of Killed and Injured.
“Reliable statistics show us that
about 500,000 workers are killed or In
capacitated In this country every
year. The statement seems Incredible, j
but, even admitting the possibility of
some error or exaggeration in figures i
which cover so wide a field, there yet !
remains enough to make the state- J
ment staggering. Think of it, gentle
men, almost half a million of our fel
low beings every year either killed
outright or brought face to face with
that dreaded poverty which they are
no longer able to avert.
“Why, any war which would result
in such a list of casualties as are re
ported in our industrial world every
year would go down In history as one!
ot unexampled ferocity arid horror.
We cry out in condemnation of the
atrocities of the war which Is now
going on in another land, and yet we
practically stand stolidly by while
this shocking and unnecessary and
i Inexcusable carnage goes on steadily
I in our very midst, accompanied by
horrors unsurpassed in war. In no
j other country does the accident rate
! reach such colossal proportions as in
; these United States. Oh, my dear
j friends and members of th‘s Congress
I let me suggest to you that it is your
I duty and mine to see to it through
1 legislative means within our power
1 that the mighty hosts who labor are
! given an opportunity to reap the ben
efits which are theirs under the con
stitution which guarantees ‘life, lib-1
erty and the pursuit of happiness’ to
ail law-abiding cttizens, and thus put
an end to the deplorable holocaust of
human life and human agony which
is being yearly offered up in the land
! on the altars of industry.
Poverty of Claw* Affected.
"It is very important for us to re
! member that we are here deal
ing with a class of people
who, as a rule, have few, If
I any, resources to fall back upon in
| time of need. Their dally wage
I hardly admits of such provision. Mul
titudes of them struggle to make a
I homo for themselves and enjoy its
comforts, such as they may be, when
i the day’s work Is done. That home
j depends entirely on their earnings
from week to week. Few of us would
be willing to change places with any
of them, nevertheless it is their home,
the result of their toil and their only
ideal of human happiness in a world
which for them holds very few of the
Joys and comforts with which we
may be familiar. What a tragedy,
then, to take only one instance of
this annual 500,00(1, where the sole
support of such a home Is either taken
suddenly away by death or rendered
'unfit for service’ by some disabling
accident.
"The Democratic administration is
in the limelight of national observa
tion, and if we can satisfy the aspira
tions of the people for thoroughly
representative government we shall
have done much Indeed to promote
j national peace and unity, patriotism
land prosperity, together with respect
; for the law and for those who make
it This bill represents no haphazard
attempt at such legislation, nor is it
anything In the nature of a sop to the
working millions whose eyes are upon
us and whose interests are at stake,
| It is a serious, well thought out and
i determined attempt to place a law i
1 upon our statute books which will
prove an Incentive to the elimination !
of the conditions In the world of labor
which have been and still are a dis
grace to the country, a most fruitful
source of misery and unrest and dis
content, and all the other Ills that
may afflict a people or work injury J
to a nation.
Grip of Friendship to loners.
"The two great measures already
enacted Into law have powerfully
strengthened popular confidence in
our administration. By auchwb, law
as this we reach out our hand as it
were to the hosts of patient toilers
and give them a hearty grip of an
active and effective friendship, while
I at the same time speaking encourage
ment to every employer who had the
interests of his employes at heart.
And I believe that through legislation
such as this the forces of discontent
and possible revolt against law and
order will rapidly loose their influ
ence with the workers of the nation,
for all will feel satisfied that under
the aegis of our Democratic adminis
tration there will be truly a govern
ment for the people—a reign of law
and liberty.”
After wrangling over details of the
bill until time for adjournment the
measure went over to be continued
later.
After adjournment Congressman
Allan B. Walsh was congratulated by
his colleagues for the admirable man
ner in which he presented the meas
ure and the thorough way In which
he presented his array of facts. While
the young Congressman has taken
part previously in minor debates this
is the first time since his entrance
into the national arena that he has
been the conspicuous figure on the
floor. For a new member this is con
sidered here quite aai unusual distinc
tion.
Remedy Used cBy
Three Generations
Mothers Who Took It When
Children Now Giving It
to Their Children.
There must be genuine merit to an
article that has stood the test of two
generations of users.
In the Held of medicine none has
had greater success, nor retained that
success to a greater degree, than Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which is
now being used by three generations
of people. Its use in families is con
stantly becoming more general. The,
reason, primarily, is that it has
merit. It Is what it represents itself
to be, a laxative-tonic: it does not
make exaggerated claims nor use
coarse language to set forth its vir
tues.
It is a medicine, but so mild and
gentle a medicine that thousands of
mothers give it to tiny infants, and
yet, in a slightly larger dose, it is
equally effective for grown-ups. It is
for any disorder of the stomach, liver
or bowels, for constipation no matter
how chronic, for dyspepsia no matter
how severe, for biliousness, sour
stomach, gas on the stomach, head
aches, drowsiness after eating and
similar comp’aints arising from a
clogged-up condition of the bowels.
It is pleasant to the taste and does
not gripe. It can be used with safety
and good results by anyone at any
age or In any condition of health,
and that person's health will Improve.
Kvery druggist sells it and the price
is only fifty cents and one dollar a
bottle.
Thousands of families throughout
UM. ROSM ELI, TAVLOlt
the country are never without Syrup
Pepsin in the house, among them
Mrs. W. A. Taylor, 717 Lincoln ave
nue, Beloit, Wls. She has five chil
dren and gives Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin to all of them as needed. Lit
tle William used to cry half the night
with cramps and pain, but since be
ing given Syrup Pepsin he does so no
longer. The use of this remedy will
teach you to avoid cathartics, salts,
purgatives and physics generally, as
they are entirely too harsh. Syrup
Pepsin cures gradually, but the cure
is comfortable, safe and permanent.
Families wishing to try a free
sample bott'e can obtain it postpaid
by addressing Dr. W. B, Caldwe’l, 419
Washington street, Montlcello, 111 A
postal card with yonr name and ad
dress on It will do.
Railroad Breaks Into Town
Isolated Since Sunday Night
BURLINGTON, March 5.—Wrights
town, a village In Burlington county,
on the Pemberton and Htehtstown
railroad, was completely isolated for
three days as a result of the recent
storm. AH roads were blocked by
huge snowdrifts, and not a person. It
Is stated, had entered or left the
town from the time It became snow
bound Sunday night until today.
The rn'lroad, according to word re
ceived here, succeeded in breaking
the blockade early today.
SHERIFF'S SALES.
[Circuit B—211.]
SHERIFF'S SALE—Essex County Circuit
Court. Aaron Levine and Don. Schneider,
partners. &c., as Levine & Schneider,
plaintiffs, vb. Annie Schwartz, defendant.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, 1 shall expose for sale
by public vendue at the Court House. In
Newark, on Tuesday, the twenty-fourth day
o" March next, at two o'clock p m., all that
tract of land and premises situate, lying and
being in the City of Newark, in the County
of Essex and State of New Jersey:
Beginning In the westerly line of Howard
street at a point therein distant northerly
fifty feet from the northwest corner of the
same and Court street; thence westerly paral
lel with Court street one hundred feet; thence
northerly parallel with Howard street fifty
feet: thence easterly parallel with Court
street one hundred feet to Howard street;
thence along the same southerly fifty feet
to the place of beginning.
Newark. N. J.. February 17, 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Jacob L. Newman. Att'y. ($8.84)
[Chancery C—53.]
SHERIFF’S SALIC—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between Wells P. Eagieton. com
plainant. and Caroline Tierney, et ux.. et als.,
defendants. Fl. fa., for sale of mortgaged
piemiaes.
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
Newark, on Tuesday, the thirty-first day of
March 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 Clifton avenue distant southerly seven
hundred und thirty-four feet and ninety
hundredths of a foot from the corner former!
! by the Intersection of the southerly line of
Second avenue with the westerly line of Clif
ton avenue; thence running southerly along
said westerly line of Clifton avenue twenty
five feet; thence westerly at right angles to
Clifton avenue one hundred feet to the rear
line of lots fronting on Ridge street; thence
northerly along said rear line of lots twenty
five feet; thence easterly at right angles to
Clifton avenue one hundred feet to point and
place of beginning. Being lot known as
thirty-four (34> of blook 657 on the property
belonging to the estate of William A. Right
er. deceased, as surveyed and mapped by
Harrison Van Djyne, July. 1891.
Newark, N. J„ February 23. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN, Sheriff
Jacob L. Newman, Sol’r. ($12.34)
[Chancery C—54.]
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between The Junior Order Build
ing and Loan Association, complainant, and
Harry W. Russell and Viola V'. Russell, his
wife, defendants. FI. 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, at the Court House, in
Newark, on Tuesday, the thirty-first day of
March next, at two o’clock p. m.. all that
tract or parcel of land and premises situate,
lying and being in the Town of Irvington,
Essex County. New Jersey:
Beginning at a point on the northwesterly
side of Franklin street distant two hundred
and fifty feet southwesterly from the westerly
corner of said Franklin street and Tiffany
place: thence north sixty-peven degrees thirty
minutes west two hundred and thirty-six feet
nnd eighty one-hundredths of a foot: thence
(2: south twenty-nine degrees twenty mlntiteH
west fifty feet and thirty-six hundredths of a
foot: thence (3) south sixty-seven degrees
thirty minutes east two hundred and forty
two feet and eight tenths of a foot to Frank
lin street: thence (4) along the northwesterly
side of said street north twenty-two degrees
thirty minutes east fifty feet to the place of
beginning.
Being the some premises as were heretofore
conveyed to said Harry W. Russell and wife
by Nicholas Weber and wife by deed recorded
In the Essex County Register's office In book
of deeds L-87. page 161, &c.. &o.
Newark, N. J.. February 23. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
R. Arthur Heller. Sol'r. ($13.26)
[Chancery C—37.]
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey.—Between The Camfleld Building
and Loan Association of Newark. N. J., com
plainant, and Lawrence Chorny et als.. de
fendants. FI. fa., for sale of mortgaged
premises.
By virtue of the above stated wilt of fieri
facias, to me directed. I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, in
Newark on Tuesday, the seventeenth day of
March next, at two o'clock p. m.. all that
tract or parcel of land and premises situate,
lying and being hi the town of Irvington,
Essex County. New Jersey.
Beginning In the southerly line of Olympic
terrace at a point therein distant three hun
dred and twenty-five feet and twenty-four
hundredths of a foot easterly from the most
southerly corner of the same and Fortieth
street: thence running along Olympic terrace
south forty-six degrees east twenty-five feet;
thence south forty-four degrees west ninety
two feet and eighty-eight hundredths of a
foot to the southerly boundary line of the
property; thence along the same north forty
flve degrees twenty-eight minutes west
twenty-five feet; and thence north forty-four
degrees east ninety-two feet and sixty-four
hundredths of a foot to the southerly line
of Olympic terrace and place of beginning.
Being lot No. 115 on map of property of
Stuyvesant Land Company, surveved by
Harrison Van Duyne & Son. July 1506.
According to survey made by Harrison Van
Duyne & Son, February 1912.
Newark, N. J.. February’ 9. 1914.
. JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Charles F. Herr. Sol’r. ($13.26)
(Chancery C—36.1
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery o i New
Jersey.—Between The Camfleld Building
and Loan Association of Newark. N. J., com
plainant, and Annie Isaacs et a Is., defend
ants. FI. fa., for sale of mortgaged premises
I3y virtue of the above stated writ of flerl
facias, to me directed, I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, In
Newark, on Tuesday, the seventeenth day of
March next, at two o’clock p. m., all that
tract or parcel of land and premises situate,
lying and being In the town of Irvington,
Essex County, New Jersey.
Beginning in the southerly line of Olympic,
terrace at a point therein distant easterly
two hundred and fifty feet and twenty-four
hundredths of a foot from the most south
erly comer of the same and Fortieth street,
thence running along Olympic terrace south
forty-six degrees east twenty-five feet; thence
south forty-four degrees west ninety-two feet
and eighteen hundredths of » foot to the
southerlj' boundary line of the property;
thence along the same north forty-live de
grees twenty-eight minutes west twenty-five
feet; and thence north forty-four degrees
east ninety-one feet and ninety-live hun
; dredths of a foot to the southerly line of
Olympic terrace and place of beginning.
Being lot No. 112 on map of property of
Stuyvesant Land Company, surveyed by
Harrison Van Duyne & Son, July 1906.
According to survey made by Harrison Van
Duyne & Son. February 1912.
Newark. N. J.. February 9, 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN Sheriff.
Charles F. Herr, Sol’r. ($12.92)
SHERIFF’S SALES.
[Chancery C—24.J
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey—Between Albertina J. Ruesch.
complainant, ami Angelo Fagana et al.. de
fendants. FI. fa., for sale of mortgaged
premises.
By virtue, of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed. I shall exposo for sale
by public- vendue, at the Court House, In
Newark, on Tuesday, the seventeenth day of
March next, at two o’clock p. m.. all those
five tracts or parcels of land and premises
situate, lying and being In the city of New
ark. Essex c ounty. New Jersey, as one tract,
but by said final decree divided Into five
parcels.
Tract one: Beginning at a point In the
southerly line of Thomas street distant two
hundred and twenty-five feet westerly from
the corner formed by the intersection of said
line of Thomas street with the westerly line
of Avenue F; thence running westerly along
said line of Thomas street twenty-five feet;
thence southerly parallel with the easterly
boundary line of the premises described In
a certain mortgage from Angelo Fagano and
Pasquallna. hls wife, to Albertina J. Ruesch.
registered in book G 28 of mortgages for Es
sex County on page 579, of which this tract is
part — a distance of one hundred feet;
thence easterly twenty-five feet more or less
to the middle point of the said easterly
boundary line of the premises described In
raid mortgage, thenoe northerly one hundred
feet more or less to the place of beginning,
i Tract two: Beginning at a point In the
j southerly line of Thomas street distant two
hundred and fifty feet westerly from the
corner formed by the Intersection of said
line of Thomas street with the westerly line
of Avenue F. thence running westerly along
said line of Thomas street twenty-five feet;
thence running southerly parallel with the
easterly boundary line of the mortgaged
, premises described In the certain mortgage
I from Angelo Fagano and Fasiiuallna. hls
I wife, to Albertina J. Ruesch. registered In
book G 28 of mortgages for Essex County
on page 579. of which this tract Is part—a
distance of one hundred feel; thence run
ning easterly parallel to Thomis street a dis
tance of twenty-five feet more or less, thence
northerly parallel with the said easterly
boundary line of said mortgaged premises one
hundred feet more or less to the place of
, beginning.
Tract three Beginning at a point In the
southerly line of Thomas street distant two
hundred and seventy-five feet westerly from
the corner formed by the Intersection of said
line of Thomas Htreet with the westerly line
of Avenue F. thence running ulong said line
of Thomas street westerly twenty-five feet;
thence southerly parallel with the easterly
boundary line of th" mortgaged premises de
scribed In the certain mortgage from Angelo
Pagano and Pasquallna, his wife, to Albertina
J Ruesch. registered In book G 28 of mort
gages tor Essex County on page 579. of
which this tract is part—a distance of one
hundred feet; thence easterly parallel with
Thomas street twenty-five feet, thence north
erly parallel with the Mild easterly boundary
line of said mortgaged premises one hundred
feet to the point or place of beginning.
Tract four: Beginning at a point In the I
southerly line of Thomas street distant three
hundred feet westerly from the corner '
formed by the Intersection of said line of j
Thomas street with the westerly line of Ave- |
nue F; thence running westerly along said |
line of Thomas street two hundred and ,
thirty-six feet, and sixty-seven one-hundredths |
of a foot to the westerly line of the property |
herein described; thence along the same |
south sixty-three degrees west eighty-three !
feet and sixty-seven one-hundredths of a foot
to a corner In the same; thence southerly
parallel with Avenue E twenty-two feet and
seventy-two one-hundredths of a foot to the
division line between lands herein described
and lands now or formerly of John M. Gre
gor; thence easterly along said division line
two hundred and ninety-five feet, more or
less; thence northerly parallel with the east
erly boundary line of the mortgaged premises
described In the mortgage from Angelo l*a
gano and Pasquallna. Ills wife, to Albertina
J. Ruesch. registered In book G-28 of mort
gages for Essex County on page 579. of
which premises this act Is part—-a dis
tance of one hundred feet to the point or
place of beginning.
Tract five; Beginning at a point In the
northerly line of Parkhurst street distant
about two hundred and twenty-five feet west
erly from the corner formed by the Intersec
tion of said line of Parkhurst street with
the westerly line of Avenue F; thence run
ning along said line of Parkhurst street
westerly two hundred feet; thence northerly
and parallel with the easterly boundary lino
of the mortgaged premises described In the
certain mortgage from Angelo Pagano and
Pasquallna. his wife, to Albertina J. Ruesch,
registered In book G-28 of mortgages for
Essex County on page 579. of which premises
this tract Is part—a distance of one hun
| dred feet; thence easterly parallel with the
said northerly line of Parkhurst street two
hundred feet to the middle of the sahl east
erly boundary line of the snld mortgaged
premises; thence southerly one hundred feet
to the point or pluco of beginning.
Newark, N. J.. February 9. 1914.
JOHN F MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Caslmlro Scoppettone, Sol'r. ($42.84)
[Chancery C—46.]
I SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of Now
i Jersey. Between Standard Mortgage Cor
poration (a corporation), complainant, and
Acuta Hpatola, et ah, 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 sale
! by public vendue, at the Court House, in
Newark, on Tuesday, the twenty-fourth day
! of March next, at two o’clock p. m.. all that
I tract or parcel of land and premises situate,
| lying and being In the Township of Belle
ville, Essex County, New Jersey;
Beginning at a point In the westerly line
of Washington avenue distant northerly one
hundred and fifty-five Teet from the Inter
section of the same with the northerly line
of Greylock avenue, which point Is the north
east corner of lot number 1031 on map herein
after mentioned; thence (1) along the north
erly line of sahl lot number 1031 north slxty
t wo degrees fifty minutes west one hundred
and seventy-two feet and eleven one-hun
1 dredths of a foot to the rear line of lots
1 fronting on Kumlah street; thence (2) along
I the same north twenty-five degrees thirty
one minutes east fifty feet and one hun
dredth of a foot to the southerly line of lot
number 1034 oit sahl map; thence (3) along
, the same south sixty-two degrees fifty mln
i utes east one hundred and seventy-three feet
and fifty-five one-hundredths of a foot to
the westerly line of Washington avenue
aforesaid, and thence <4> along the same
south twenty-seven degrees ten minutes west
fifty feet to the point and place of begin
ning.
Being known and designated as lots num
bers 1032 and 1033 on map of Greyloclt
Manor. Belleville, New Jersey.
Newark, N. J. February 17. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN, Sheriff.
Albert C. Pedrick, Sol'r. ($14.62)
[Chancery C—52.]
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between Mary Glnsfourg, com*
pinlnunt, and Yetta Tausk. et als., 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 i
by public vendue, ut the Court House, In
Newark, on Tuesday, the thirty-first day of
March 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 on the easterly line of ITInca
j street at a point therein distant four hundred
and twenty-five feet southerly from the south
erly line of Montgomery street; thence eaater
1 / and parallel with Montgomery street one
hundred feet; thence southerly twenty-five
feet; thence westerly one hundred feet to
Prince street: thence northerly along the
same twenty-five feet to the placo of begin
! nlng.
. Being lot No. 181 on map of property be
longing to the estate of Sayre Coe. deceased,
an" the same premises conveyed to the said
Willi."m Tausk by Mary Juditzky, widow, by
deed bearing even date herewith: this mort
gage given to secure part of the purchase
money for said mentioned premises.
Newark, N. J.. February 23. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Nathan Kussy, flol’r. (111.33)
SHERIFF’S SALES.
[Chancery C—47.]
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between Standard Mortgage Cor
poration. a corporation, complainant, and
Max A. Ern. et ul.. 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 sale
by public vendue at the Court House, In
Newark, on Tuesday, the twenty-fourth day
of March next, at two o'clock p. m.. all those
tracts or parcels of land and premises situ
ate. lying and being In the Town of Irvtng
ton, Essex County. New Jersey:
First Tract—Beginning at a point in the
southerly side line of Nineteenth avenue
distant one hundred and forty-four hun
drelihs feet easterly from the southeasterly
corner of Speedway avenue east and Nine
teenth avenye; thence running southerly at
right angles to Nineteenth avenue one hun
dred feet; thence easterly parallel with Nine
teenth avenue fifty feet; thence northerly
parallel with first course one hundred feet
to Nineteenth avenue, and thence westerly
along the same fifty feet to the place of be
ginning. Being lot No. 118-119 on a map
of Speedway terrace made by C. M. Borrle.
surveyor, October 20, 1905. Being came
premises conveyed to the party of the first
part by Henry Ern by deed bearing even
date herewith.
Second Tract—Beginning on the easterly
•dde of Palin street (formerly Bedford street)
<s laid down on the map of the Demarest
"arm at South Orange, and at the southwest
erly corner of lot No. 89 on said map. and
from thence running easterly and along the
southerly line of said lot No. 89 one hundred
feet: thence Houtherlj- twenty-five feet to the
northerly line of lot No. 91 on said map:
thence westerly along the same one hundred
feet to the aforesaid line of Palm street (for
merly Bedford street), and thence northerly
along the same twenty-five feet to the point
or place of beginning. Being known ns lot
No. 90 on the aforesaid map. Being same
premises conveyed to the party of the first
part by Henry Ern by deed bearing even date
herewith.
Third Tract— Beginning at a point In the
westerly line of Maple avenue at a point
therein distant four hundred and seventy-five
feet southerly from the southerly line of Fif
teenth avenue: thence running westerly at
right angles to Maple avenue one hundred
feet; thence southerly parallel with Maple
avenue twenty-five feet; thence easterly at
right angles to Maple avenue one hundred
feet to the westerly line of Maple avenue,
and thence westerly along the some twenty
five feet to the place of beginning Being
came premises conveyed to the party of the
first part by Joseph Paulus by deed dated
March 2. 1910. and recorded in book S-46 on
pages 285-287 of deeds for Essex County.
Newark. N. J.. February 17. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Albert C. Pedrlck Sol'r. t$23.12)
[Chancery C—48.]
SHERIFFS SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between The Central Building
end Brian Association, of Belleville. New
Jersey, complainant, and James Klngsland,
et ala., defendants. Fi. fa., for pale of
mortgaged premises. .
By virtue of the above stated writ or fieri
facias, to me directed. I shall expose for sale
by nubile vendue, at the Court House, In
Newark, on Tuesday, the twenty-fourth day
of March next at two o'clock p. m.. all that
tract or parcel of land and premises situate,
lying and being In the Town of Belleville.
Essex County, New Jersey:
Beginning at the intersection of the east
erly line of Hornblower avenue with the
southerly line of Joralemon street, and from
thence running along the southerly line of
Joralemon street south sixty-eight degrees
forty-three minutes east thirty-four feet;
thenoe south twenty-one degrees seventeen
minutes west at right angles to Joralemon ;
street one hundred and fifty feet; thence i
north sixty-eight degrees forty-three minutes I
west and parallel with Joralemon Ptrect thirty
nine feet, more or less, to the easterly line ,
of Hornblower avenue; thence along the
easterly line of Hornblower avenue north
twenty-three degrees fourteen minutes east
one hundred and fifty and nine hundredths
of a foot, more or less, to the "aid southerly
line of Joralemon street and point and place
of beginning. 4 4 1V
Being the same premises conveyed to the
eald James Klngsland and Vera Bell Kingp
in nd his wife, by George Taylor and wife,
and Joseph T Telfair, by deed dated October
twenty-fifth. 1909.
Newark, N. J February 17. 1914.
JOHN F MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Gifford & Miller. Sol’rs. ($13.94) I
—---!
(ChAncery C—42.]
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between William W. Trlmpl. com
plainant and Joseph Bailey, sometimes
known as Joseph Bailey, Jr., et als.. defend
ants. FI. fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri.
facias, to me directed. 1 shall expose for sale
by public vendue at the Court House. In
Newark, on Tuesday, the twenty-fourth day
of March next, at two o'clock p. m.. all that
tract or parcel of land and premises situate,
lvlng and being In the City of Newark. Essex
County. New Jersey;
Beginning at the westerly comer of the lot
conveyed by the trustees of the First Pres
byterian Church In Newark to one Isaac Bald
win said corner being in the southeast line
of said street and distant seventy-six feet
from the southerly line of Hamilton street;
thence running south sixty-five degrees and
forty-five minutes east eighty-five feet six
Inches thence south twenty-seven degrees
and thirty minutes west thirty feet thence
north sixty-five degrees and forty-five minutes
west along the line of the lot conveyed by
said trustees to Bryan Brady, eighty five feet
six Inches to said line of Columbia street;
thence north twenty-seven degrees and thirty
minutes enst along said line of Columbia
street thirty feet to the point and place of
beginning.
Newark. N. J.. February 17, 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN Sheriff.
Dalrymple. Williams ft Murphy, Sol’rs.
($11.90)
fChancery C—43.]
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersev. Between Edward C. George, com
plainant. and Elizabeth D. Ahner, et ala. de
fendants. Ft. 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
Newark, on Tuesday, the twenty-fourth day
o. March next, at two o'clock p. m., all that
tract or parcel of land and premises Hituate,
lying and being In the City of Newark, Essex
County, New Jersey;
Beginning In the easterly line of .South
Sixth t-tre'U at a point therein distant south
erly five hundred feet from the southeasterly
corner of same and Sixteenth avenue, and
from thence running southerly along said
line of South Sixth street twenty-five feet;
thence easterly parallel with said Sixteenth
avenue one hundred feet; thence northerly
parallel with South Sixth street twenty-five
feet, and thence westerly parallel with said
Sixteenth avenue one hundred feet to South
Sixth street aforesaid and place of begin
ning. Being known and designated as lot No.
F,3 as shown on map of property of Charlotte
Morris, made by Van Duyne and Young, sur
veyors. In April, 1873. This mortgage being
made expressly second and subsequent to
ono of eighteen hundred dollars now a lien
on said premises, held by the Executive
Building and Loan Association of the City of
Newark. N. J.
Newurk. N. J., February 17. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
E. C. ft L. F. George. Sol'rs. ($12.92)
[Circuit B—205.]
SHERIFF’S RALE—Essex County Circuit
Court—Builders Material Supply Company,
a corporation, plaintiff, vs. Mark Greensteln
and Guarantee Building and Loan Associa
tion, defendants. Fi. fa., on lien.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facia*, to me directed. I *hall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, in
Newark, on Tuesday, the tenth day of March
next, at two o’clock p. m., all that tract or
parcel of land and premises situate, lying
und being In tho City of Newark, Essex
County. New Jersey.
Known as 522 Hawthorne avenue, and j
mora particularly described a* follows:
Beginning at n point in tho southerly line
of Hawthorne avenue as laid out on map of
J Miller Roe and Charles Selvage, distant
easterly twenty-five and forty-four hun
dredths feet from the corner formed by tho
Intersection of said lino of Hawthorne ave
nue with the easterly line of Brunswick
place, said point being also the northeast
corner of lot No. 245 on said map and hereto
fore conveyed to the Metropolitan Rn\ing*
&■ Loan Association; from thence (1) running
easterly along said line of Hawthorne avenue
twenty-five feet to the westerly line of lot
No. 243 on said map. thence (2) southerly
along that line, being also at right angles to
said line of Hawthorne avenue one hun- i
dred feet to the northerly lino of lot No. 241 j
on said map; thence <3> westerly along that 1
line parallel with said line of Hawthorne
avenue twenty-five feet to the easterly line
of said lot so conveyed to the said Metropoli
tan Havings fk Loan Association: thence <4>
northerly along that line and parullei with
the second course hereof one hundred feet J
to said line of Hawthorne avenue and plate
of beginning.
Being lot No. 244 on map of property of
J Miller Roe & Charles Selvage.
Upon which lands is situate a three-story
frame six-family dwelling, with a metal
lathed front flat roof. twenty-two by
seventy-five feet in dimension or thereabout*.
Newark. N. J.. February 2. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Scott German tt’y. fJ17.00)
[Chancery C—51.]
SHERIFF’S HALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between Cmsstown Building ami
Loan Association, complainant, and Yeita
Tausk, et alb., defendants. Fi. fa., for sale
oi mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facia*, to me directed, I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, in
Newark, on Tuesday, the thirty-first day of
March next, at two o’clock p. m.. all that
tiact or parcel of land and premises situate,
lying and being in the City of Newark, Essex
County, New Jersey:
Beginning on the easterly line of Prince
street at a point therein distant four hundred
feet southerly from the southerly line of
Montgomery street; thence running easterly
parallel with Montgomery street on** hundred
feet; thence southerly twenty-five feet; thence
westerly one hundred feet to l’rlnce street;
thence northerly along the same twenty-five
feet to the place of beginning. Being lot 182
on a map of property belonging to tho estate
of Sayre Coe. deceased, recorded in book
H-8. 590.
Being the some premises conveyed to the
said Wilhelm Tausk by Harry Wolkenberg
and wife by deed dated January 4. 1910. and
recorded in the office of Register of Essex
County in hook P-46 of deeds for said county
on pages 485, &c.
Newark, N. J.. February 23, 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN, .Sheriff.
Nathan Ku*sy, Sol'r. (111.90)
_ SHERIFF’S SALES.
t Chancery C—21.)
SHERIFF S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between Charles Bierman, com
plainant, and Lizzie L. Hammeli, et al., de
fendants. 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
Newark, on Tuesday, the tenth day of Maroh
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 the
southwesterly line of Tompkins Point Road,
therein distant four hundred and seventy-six
fCet«,one *nch northwesterly from the corner
of Tompkins Point Road and Avenue "D."
which beginning point Is the northeasterly
corner of lot No. 4f>. block 1160; thence
southwesterly along the easterly line of said
lot ninety-three and forty-six one-hundredths
leet, more or less; thence southeasterly one
hundred and fifty-eight feet, more or less, to
Tompkins Point Road; thence northwesterly
one hundred and fifty-seven and seventeen
one-hundredths feet, more or less, to the
place of beginning.
Second tract—Beginning In the southwest
erly line of Tompkins Tofnt Road at the
northwest corner of lot No. 19. block 1169;
thence northwesterly along asld Tompkins *
Point Road thirty-five and fifty one-hun
dredths feet to the centre lino of Harper
street; thence westerly along the same one
hundred and fifty-seven and ninety-eight one
hundredths feet, thence southwesterly two
hundred and forty-three and fifty-four one
hundredths feet, more or less, to the northerly
line of Murray street: thence easterly along
the northerly line of Murray street one hun
dred and ninety-three and six one-hundredths
feet: thence northeasterly two hundred and
twenty-two an»l forty-six one-hundredths feet
to the place of beginning.
Being the same premises conveyed to the
said Reuben B. Edwards by Charles Bierman
anti wife by deed hearing even date with
these presents; this mortgage being given to
secure the payment of part of the purchase
money in said deed mentioned.
Newark. N. J.. February 2. 1914.
JOHN F MONAHAN, Sheriff,
i James R. Nugent. SoPr. ($18.70)
[Chancery C—19—Suit No. 3.1
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of New j
Jersey. Between The Clinton Hill Build- 5
lng and Loan Association, complainant, and j
Nutley Manor Land Company, et als.. 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
Newark, on Tuesday, the tenth day of March
next, at two o’clock p. m.. all that tract or
parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being In the Town of Nutley. Essex
County. New Jersey:
Beginning at a point In the westerly line i
of Union avenue distant southerly fifty f**et
from the Intersection of the same with the 1
southerly line of Conover avenue as the
same are laid out on map hereinafter men
tioned. and which point Is the southeast cor
ner of lot No. 168 on said map; thence (1)
westerly at right angles with Union avenue
and along the southerly line of said lot No.
168 one hundred feet to the easterly line of
lot No. 169; thence (2) southerly along the
same and parallel with Union avenue fifty
feet to the northwest corner of lot No. 165
on said map; thence (3) easterly along the
northerly line of the same and parallel with
the first mentioned course one hundred feet
to the westerly line of Union avenue afore
said. thence (4) northerly along the same
fifty feet to the point and place of begin
ning Being lots No. 166 and No. 167 on
map of Nutley Manor, surveyed 1907 by H.
W. Creed.
Newark, N. J.. February 2. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN, .Sheriff.
Albert W. Harris, Sol'r. ($13.26)
[Chancery C—20—Suit No. 8.1
SHERIFF’S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between The Clinton Hill Build
ing and Loan Association, complainant, and
Nutley Manor Land Company, et als.. de
fendants. Fl. 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
Newark, on Tuesday, the tenth day of March
next, at two o'clock p. m.. all that tract or
parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the Town of Nutley, Essex
County, New Jersey:
Beginning at a point In the westerly line
of Union avenue distant southerly one hun
dred and fifty feet from the Intersection of
the same with the southerly line of Conover
B'^nue, as the ;>ame are laid out on inap
hereinafter mentioned, and which point is
the southeasterly corner of lot No. 164 on
said map. thence (I) westerly at right angles
"'0h Union avenue and along the southerly
line of lot No. 164 one hundred feet to the
rear of lots fronting on Harvard street;
thence (2) southerly along the same fifty
feet to the northwest corner of lot No. 161;
thence (3) easterly along the northerly line
of the same and parallel with the first de
scribed course one hundred feet to the west
erly line of Union avenue aforesaid; thence
<4) northerly along the same fifty feet to
the point and place of beginning. Being lots
No. 162 and No 163 on map of Nutley
Manor, surveyed 1907 by II. w. Creed.
Newark, N. J.. February 2. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Albert W. Harris, Sol’r. ($12.92)
[Circuit B—202.]
SHERIFF’S SALE—Essex Common Pleas
Court. Samuel Schechner, plaintiff, vs.
William J. Fillpowicz, defendant.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
futiaa. to me directed. I shall expose for sale
by public vendue at the Court House. In
Newark, on Tuesday, the tenth day of March
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 on the west side of
Belmont avenue twenty-five feet south of the
corner of Kinney street and said avenue;
thence north slxty-slx degrees flfty-flve min
utes west one hundred feet; thence south
twenty-three degrees five minutes west
twenty-five feet, thence south sixty-six de
grees fifty-five minutes east one hundred feet
to Belmont avenue; thence ulong the same
north twenty-three degrees five minutes east
twenty-five feet to the beginning.
Being lot 177 on a map of lots made for
C. N. Buck by Dunn A- Thompson.
Second tract—Beginning on the west side
of Belmont avenue fifty feet south from the
corner of said avenue and Kinney street;
thence north slxty-slx degrees fifty-five min
utes west one hundred feet; thence south
twenty-three degrees five minutes west
twenty-five feet; thence south slxty-slx de
grees fifty-five minutes east one hundred feet
to Belmont avenue, thence along said avenue
north twenty-three degrees five minutes cast
| twenty-five feet to the beginning.
Being lot 178 on a map of lots made by
; Dunn & Thompson for C. N. Buck.
Being the same premises conveyed to the
sai l William J. Fillpowicz under nnme of
William Fillpowicz by deed from Christian
1 Blalcher and wife, dated June 20. 1910, and
recorded In the Register’s office of Essex
| County In book E-47 of deeds for said county
’ fin pages 257-259.
I Third tract—Beginning in the westerly
line of Belmont avenue at the distance of
seventy-five feet southerly from the corner
j of Kinney street; thence running along said
1 avenue south twenty-three degrees five min
utes west tw-enty-tlve feet; thence north
slxty-slx degrees fifty-five minutes west one
hundred feet; thence north twenty degrees
five minutes east twenty-five feet; thence
south slxty-slx degrees flfty-flve minutes east
one hundred feet to the plane of beginning.
Newark, N. J.. February 2, 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Samuel Koessler, Att’y. ($20.06)
i --
(Chuncery C—12.J
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between Congress Building and
Loan Association of the City of Newark,
complainant, and Aaron P. Palevaky, et als.,
defendants. Fi. fa., for sale of mortgaged
: premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
I facias, to me directed. I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, in
Newark, on Tuesday, tho tenth day of March
next, ut two o'clock p. rn.. all that tract or
parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being In the City of Newark, Essex
County. New Jersey:
Beginning on the easterly lino of Belmont
avenue at a point seventy-five feet southerly
from the southeast corner of Belmont avenue
and Montgomery street; thence «1» southerly
along the lino of Belmont avenue twenty-five
feet; thence (2) easterly and parallel with
Montgomery street one hundred feet: thence
13) northerly and parallel with the first men
tioned line twenty-live feet; thence (l) west
erly and parallel with Montgomery street one
[ hundred feet to the place of beginning.
Being lot No. twenty-four as laid down on
map of Coe property.
Newark. N J . February 2. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Louis J. Beers. Sol’r. ($10.64)
[Circuit B—204.1
! SHERIFF'S SALE—Essex Common Pleas
I Court. Joseph Talkowsky. trading us
I Manhattan Iron & Steel Works, plaintiff, vs.
i Concetto. Klzsolo and Donato Klzzolo. de
fendants.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
! facias, to me directed. I shall expose for sale
1 by public vendue, at the Court House, in
I Newark, on Tuesday, the tenth day of March
' next, at two o’clock p. m.. ull those tracts or
I parcels of land and premises situate, lying
i and being In the City of Newark. Essex
County. New Jersey:
First tract—Beginning In the easterly line
I of Stone street at a point therein dlstunt
northerly one hundred and eighty feet from
' the northeasterly corner of the same and
I Crune street; from thence running along
Stone street north eight degrees east, thirty
I feet; thence south elghty-two degrees east
I eighty-six feet; thence south four degrees
forty-five minutes west thirty feet and five
one-hundredths of a foot, and thence north
elghty-two degrees west eighty-seven feet
! and seventy one-hundredths of a foot to tho
I place of beginning.
; According to a survey made by Harrison
Van Duyne & Son. February, 1908.
Second tract—Beginning at the intersec
i tlon of the northerly line of Elm street with
i the westerly line of Union street; thence
| running westerly along Elm street forty-eight
feet, more or less, to line of land conveyed
by Benjamin VV. Tucker to Warren Tucker,
December 20th. 1861 (P. 11-216); thence
I northerly along that line thirty-one feet nine
inches; thence still along the Warren Tucker
| line tlfty feet, more or leas, to line of land
1 now or formerly of the Methodist church;
thence easterly along that line fifty-three
feet, more or less, to said westerly line of
Union street; thence southerly along said
street seventy-four feet, more or less, to
Elm street and place of beginning.
Newark. N. J.. February 2, 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Chari os Elin. Att’*, ($15.12)
SHERIFF’S SALES.
[Circuit B—ltT.J
SHERIFF’S SALE—Essex Common P lea#
Court. Schwarz Bros. & Co. (a corpora*
tlon), plaintiff, vs. Hanl Goldfinger ana
Solomnr. Goldfinger. defendants.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court Houoo. in
Newark, on Tuesday, the tenth day of March
next. St two o’clock p. m., all that tract of
parcel of land and premises situate, lying
and being In the City of Newark, Essex:
County. New Jersey:
Beginning In the easterly line of Monmouth
street at a point distant northerly from tho
corner of the same and Waverly place two
hundred and seventy-four feet eleven Inches;
thenoe fl> running easterly one hundred
feet, thence «2> northerly twenty-five feet:
thence (3) westerly one hundred feet to Mon
mouth street, and thence (4) southerly along
said street twenty-five feet to the place of
beginning. Being lot No. 50 on map of
property of Anna E. Corey, deceased.
Being same premises conveyed to Solomon
Goldfinger and Hanl Goldfinger and wife, by
deed, dated July 11. 1910, and recorded »n
book 0-47, page 157.
Newark. N. J.. February 2, 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN, Sheriff.
Samuel Roessler, Att’y. ($10.80
[Chancery C—28.]
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of N©p»
Jersey. Betwoen The South Park Build"
ing and Loan Association of the City ©a
Newark, complainant, and John J. Ledlg,
et al., defendants.
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, lit
Newark, on Tuesday, the seventeenth day oU
March next, at two o'clock p. m., all thos©
tracts or parcels of land and premises situate,
lying and being In the Town of Irvington,
Essex County, New Jersey:
Beginning in the southerly line of Cottaga
street, at a point therein distant westerly
thirty-five feet from the westerly line ©f
Howard street: thence southerly parallel with
Howard street one hundred feet; theno©
westerly parallel with Cottage street twenty**
five feet; thence northerly parallel with
Howard street one hundred feet to Cottage
street; thence along Cottage street eaaterlv
twenty-five feet to the place of beginning.
Newark, N. J., February 9, 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN, Sheriff
A. Wllberforce Egner, Sol'r. '$9.19h
[Chancery C—39 ]
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery ot Near
Jersey. Between Marla Krauss, complain*
ant, and Maria Qrauff, executrix and sole de
visee of Ernest H. Grauff et als., defendants*
FI. fa., for sale of mortgaged premises.
Ry virtue of the above stated writ of flart
facias, to me directed, I shall expose for saia
by public vendue, at the Court House, tn
Newark, on Tuesday, the seventeenth day of
March next, at two o'clock p. m.. all that
tract or parcel of land and premises thtuate,
lying and being in the town of Irvington,
Essex County New Jersey.
Beginning at a point In the easterly Mna
of Maple avenue distant one hundred and
seventy-five feet southerly from its inter*
section with the southerly line of Fifteenth
avenue; thence running easterly at right
angles with Maple avenue one hundred feet;
thence southerly and parallel with Mgpla
avenue twenty-live feet; thence westerly at
right angles with Maple avenue one hundred
feet to Maple avenue: thence northerly along
Maple avenue twenty-five feet to the placa
of beginning. Being known and designated
as lot fifty-one on map of the Manhattan
Park Annex tract, stuated In the townshlptf
of Clinton and South Orange. Essex County,
New Jersey, surveyed October 1891 by Fran
cisco and Barkhorn, surveyors.
Being the same premises conveyed tfll
Amanda Krauss by Mlcliael Winters by deed
dated October 20, and recorded In the Reg
ister’s office at even date.
Newark, N. J., February 9. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Edward L. Hartmann. Soi’r. ($12.9211
[Circuit B—139.]
SHERIFF’S SAI.E—Ehhcx Common Plea*
Court.—Gerardo Slbllla and Angelina
Slbllla. plaintiffs, vs. Felice Tuozzolo and
Rosie Tuozzolo. defendants.
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
Newark, on Tuesday, the seventeenth day or
March next, at two o'clock p. m.t 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 lino
of itldge street distant northerly four hun
dred and fifty-two feet from the intersection
o-' the same with the northerly line of Fifth
avenue; thence northerly along the westerly
line of Ridge street twenty-eight feet; thenco
westerly at right angles to Ridge street one
hundred feet; thence southerly parallel with
the first course twenty-eight feet; thenco
easterly and parallel with the second course
one hundred feet to the place of beginning,
Newark, N J.. February 9, 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN, Sh«rt«.
Anthony R. Finelll, Att’y. ($9.itJ
[Chancery C—83.]
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between Hamburg Building and
Loan Association of the city of Newark, com
plainant. and Harry H. Riker et al., 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 sal**
>»y public vendue, at the Court House. In
Newark, on Tuesday, the seventeenth day of
March 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, Esse*
! County. New Jersey.
Beginning on the westerly side of Mount
Pleasant avenue at a point distant three hua*
dred ami five feet six inches more or left*
southerly from the corner of the same and
Gouverneur street; thence running north
seventy-seven degrees thirty minutes west one
hundred and fifteen feet; thence south twelve
degrees thirty minutes west fifty feet; thence
south seventy-seven degrees thirty minute.**
east one hundred and fifteen feet to Mount
Pleasant avenue; thence along the same
north twelve degrees thirty minutes east fifty
feet to the place of beginning.
Being lots Nos. 122 and 123 and the rear
of lots numbers 70 and 71 on map of th*
Whiting property.
Newark, N. J., February 9, 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN, Sheriff.
Louis J, Beers, Sol’r. (111.22)
[Chancery C—34.]
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between The Alliance Building
and Land Association of Newark, complain
ant. and Harvey F. Van Sickle and others,
defendants. Fi. fa., for sale of mortgaged
premises.
By virtue of the above stated writ of fieri
facias, ro me directed. I shall expo**, for sale
by public vendue, at the Court li'*** *. In
Newark, on Tuesday, the seventeemn day of
March next, at two o’clock p. m.. all that
1 tract or parcel of land and premises situate,
1 lying and being In the city of Newark, Essex:
1 County, New Jersey.
Beginning in the northerly line of Rose
terrace at a point distant three hundred and
seventeen fe*»r *317) easterly from the east
erly line of South Tenth street, thence run
ning along the line of Rose terrace south
sixty-seven degrees forty minutes east thirty
one feet (31). thence north twenty-two de
grees twenty minutes cast one hundred and
thirty-one feet and ninety-five one-hundredths
of a foot (131.95k thence north sixty-six
degrees six minutes w’est thirty-one feet and
on<» one-htindredthy of a foot (31.01); and
thence south twenty-two degrees twenty
minutes west one hundred and thirty-two
feet and eighty one-hundredth® of a foot
(132.80) to the northerly line of Rose terrace
and place of beginning.
Being part of the same premises conveyed
to the said Harvey F. Van Sickle by Horae*
S. Miller and wife by deed dated July 10,
1909, and recorded In book H 45 of deed*
for Essex County, pages 392. Ac.
Newark, N. J., February 9. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Harry P. Day, Sol'r. (113.60)
[Chancery C—36.]
SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey.—Between Carrie Stern et al*,.
surviving executor®, Ac., complainants, and
John F. Feind et als, defendants. FI, fa,,
for sale of mortgaged premises.
By virtue of the above stuted writ of fieri
facias, to me directed, 1 shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, In
Newark, on Tuesday, the seventeenth day of
March next, at two o’clock p. m„ all that
tract or parcel of lar and premise® situate,
! lying and being in the city of Newark, Essex
; County, New Jersey.
Beginning In the westerly line of South
Seventh street, at a point one hundred and
twenty-five feet southerly from the southerly
lino oi Fourteenth avenue; thence running
southerly along South Seventh street twenty
five feet: thence westerly at right angles to
i South Seventh street eighty-two feet to
[ line of land of the city of Newark; thence
northerly along the same twenty-five feet to
i line of lot No. 5 on map of property of
I Aaron Coe; thence easterly along the south
erly line of said lot No. 5 elghty-two feet to
South Seventh street and place of beginning.
' Being lot No. 6 on said map.
Being the same premises conveyed to the
said John F. Feind by Christiana Huth
mn her. widow, by deed dated March twenty
third. nineteen hundred and five, and re
corded in the Essex County Register’s office
in book L 38 of deeds for said oounty on
! page 330 Subject to the restrictions relative
J to the use of said land recited In said deed.
Newark, N. J.. February 9, 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN. Sheriff.
Lum, Tamblyn A Colyer. Sol’r*. <918.26)
[Chancery C—25.]
1 SHERIFF'S SALE—In Chancery of New
Jersey. Between The People’s Building
Hiitl Loan Association of the Town of Harri
; son, complainant, ami Grace H. Pomeroy, et
: ala., defendants. FI. fa., for sale of mort
I gaged premises.
By virtue or the above stated writ of fieri
■ facias, to me directed, I shall expose for sale
by public vendue, at the Court House, In
Newark, on Tuesday, the seventeenth day of
March next, at two o’clock p. m.. all that
1 tract or parcel of land and premises situate,
| iving and being in the City of Newark, Essex
County. New Jersey;
Beginning in the southerly side of South
1 street at a point therein distant two hundred
, t«>et westerly from the west lino of New Jer
sey Hailroad avenue; thence running south
erly at light angles with South street one
, hundred feet, more or less, to the line of land
formerly of John E. Jansen thence running
' westerly along said Jansen’s line twenty*
seven feet six Inches to the line of land
formerly of FV-ter Pier; thence northerly
along said Pier's line and at right angles
, with South street one hundred feet, more or
loss, to the said southerly side of South
street; thence easterly along the southerly
; line of South street twenty-seven feet and etk
! Inches to the place of beginning.
Newark. N. J.. February 9. 1914.
JOHN F. MONAHAN, Sheriff.
' Thomas J. Ltntott. Sol’r. 'll 1.611
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