This day in History: March 30, 1916

This day in History: March 30, 1916

Milltown Concrete Works is Latest; to Open for Business Soon


MILLTOWN. Mar. 30. Still another step in the progress of the booming borough of Milltown Is noted through the advertising columns of today’s Home News in the announcement of the Milltown Concrete Works that will be open for business on April 1.

The new firm is composed of Stafford L. Rappleyea, Chris. Jensen and Edward Disbrow and the object of the new establishment is to lay concrete walks, floors and make concrete building blocks.

Mr. Disbrow, one of the members of the firm, has had about nine years experience in this line of work. They will guarantee all work they undertake.

A definite site for their plant has not yet been decided upon, but nevertheless they will have a permanent place of business in the near future.


This day in History: March 29, 1916

This day in History: March 29, 1916

Booming Milltown to Have Four Grocery Stores


MILLTOWN, March 29th. The latest news in the history of the Booming borough- of Milltown is the leasing of a portion of the Denhard premises on South Main street to The Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company of New Brunswick where they will open a store next week. The property is now being improved by the installation of a store front and other renovations are being made which improvements are expected to be finished by the later part of the week.

Milltown already has three grocery stores doing; a good business and the possibilities are that this now establishment will also thrive as the A. & P. have already an established trade here as a result of the Business secured by deliveries made by wagon from New Brunswick for a number of years.