Issue 13 and Volume 1884 13.

MEN AND THINGS. Marlboro, Mass, (of which J. C. Rock is chief engineer of the fire department), has voted a sum of money to purchase another “Bangor extension ladder.” When a department, after using one in practical service, orders another, it becomes evident that these ladders give entire satisfaction. Joseph S. Smith is the manager of the company at Bangor, Maine. We desire to call attention to the advertisement of a new hydrant gate manufactured by Andrew J. Morse & Son of Boston. It is designed to divide a large stream delivered by a hydrant into two streams, the gate permitting the use of one or both streams as desired. The advantages to be derived by its use will be fully appreciated by practical men. This connection is made with different size inlets, and will be manufactured to suit circumstances. This firm manufacture, in the best style of workmanship, all…

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