Issue 16 and Volume 11.

RANDOM SPARKS Greenfield, Mass., has petitioned the Legislature for leave to introduce water for fire purposes. Melrose, Mass., Fire Department give their annual ball April 20. It is expected that the same will be largely attended. The Antelope Hook and Ladder Company No. 1 of Fall River, Mass., are to have a new brick house in place of the wooden building on Bedford street at n cost of $5000. Riley Peffie’s, of Natick, Mass., shoe factory was recently destroyed by fire has sent his check for two hundred and fifty dollars to the Natick Charitable Firemens’ Association. The newly elected officers of the Chelsea, Mass., Firemen’s Association are: President, Richard Butler; Vice-President, William Anderson; Secretary, John A. Orcutt; Treasurer, H. D. Murch. The Firemen at Lawrence, Mass., are dissatisfied over a recent test of different brands of hose that was to be purchased, and the inquiry among them now is…

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