Documents of the Legislature of the State of New Jersey Volume 143, PT. 6 - V. 144, PT. 6

Documents of the Legislature of the State of New Jersey Volume 143, PT. 6 - V. 144, PT. 6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ...in or about the village. For further particulars address James B. Fuller, James M. Stoll, or William Johnson, Hainesville, N. J. Haledon (I 3), Passaic County. (Borough of Haledon.) On the Erie Railroad and the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, stations of both roads one and one-half miles distant from the borough. Population, 3,000. Banking town, Paterson, one and a half miles distant. A money order post office, telegraph and telephone connections. Express service, Adams and Wells-Fargo companies. Value of taxable property, $1,814,325. Haledon, an exceedingly prosperous industrial center, is practically a suburb of Paterson and like that city, its principal industry is silk. Sewerage is disposed of by natural drainage and an abundant supply of pure water is carried to all parts of the borough in mains. Fire protection is provided by a volunteer fire department consisting of one company fully equipped with modern motor-driven apparatus. There is one public school of eight grades and two churches, Methodist Episcopal and Protestant Episcopal. Public sentiment is quite favorable to encouraging the growth of manufacturing industry and the Citizens' League, of which Samuel Rogers is president and John J. Kopp, Jr., secretary, would offer every reasonable inducement to new enterprises contemplating establishing there, especially those connected with the textile industry. For further particulars, address John J. Kopp, Jr., secretary Citizens' League, Haledon, N'. J., The industries now in operationare: Anchor Silk Co., broad silks; employ 31 persons. Branch & Durst, broad silks; employ 20 persons. Cedar Cliff Silk Co., lining silk; employ 350 persons. Columbia Ribbon Co., ribbon silks; employ 300 persons. Dime Throwing...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236767446
  • 9781236767448