Issue 11 and Volume 9.

RANDOM SPARKS Much interesting matter for publication, consisting of letters from esteemed correspondents, synopses ol reports, etc., has been crowded out of this issue. The Firemen’s Relief Association of Lynn, Mass., is in a flourishing condition, having $6748 in its treasury. The fire laddies of the “City of Soles,” take the same intetest in this Association that they do in their dangerous calling as Firemen. W. H. Turner, ex-Chief of the Haverhill, Mass., Fire Department, has published a letter in the press of that city which should receive attention and consideration. He.shows plainly what Haverhill needs to make its fire protection efficient. The Bridgeport, Conn., Fire Department has often been referred to in these columns as a first class one in every respect. It has just won fresh laurels by preventing what everybody supposed would prove a conflagration. To good management is owing the efficiency of the Department. While a…

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