Leadership

CITY & VICINITY

Issue 2 and Volume 11.

CITY & VICINITY SENDING FALSE ALARMS. On Monday night eight false alarms disturbed the equilibrium of the New York Firemen. The first sounded about half-past nine o’clock, and came from the box at Fifty-ninth street and Ninth avenue. When the Firemen of the district got there there was no sign of a fire. A key was found in the outer door of the fire-box. The men were hardly back in their houses when a new alarm sent them to sixty-fourth street and the Boulevard. A third alarm was sent out from the box at that place. Other police alarms came in quick succession from Sixty-ninth street and Eleventh avenue, Fifty-ninth street and Madison avenue, and Sixty-second street and Second avenue, and Forty-fifth street and First avenue. The last call came from Forty-first street and First avenue soon after eleven o’clock, and proved to be false like the others. The Hook…

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