Issue 13 and Volume 1884 14.

RANDOM SPARKS —The town of Needham, Mass., has purchased two hand engines, —Washington Engine Company of Rutland, Vt., has been on a three days’ excursion to Montreal and Ottawa. —The city council of Haverhill, Mass., has ordered the several fire stations lighted by the electric system of lighting gas. —Phoenix Engine Company of Waterbury, Mass., goes to New London October 2, as the guests of the “Wameaugs” of that place. —Chief Hendricks of New Haven, Conn., was confined to his bed by sickness, at Chicago, during the entire national convention. —The new hook and ladder company of Walpole, Mass., has adopted the name of “ Neponset.” A new set of silver badges has been procured. —Chief Sexton, Mrs. Sexton and Miss Vinnie were in Chicago last Tuesday on their way home from an extended Eastern tour. Wonder if they called on ” Brownie ?” —Chief Hendricks of New Haven and…

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