Issue 8 and Volume 1885 15.

RANDOM SPARKS —Cincinnati is to have a new Hayes truck. —Westboro, Mass., had no fires during 1884. —Toledo, O., is to have 2000 feet of new hose. —Watertown, Dak., has a new chemical engine. —Atlanta, Ga., has ordered a new chemical engine. —The fire loss in Toledo, O., during January was $15,000. —The fire loss in Minneapolis, Minn., during January was $8583. —The Malden and Beverly (Mass.) relief associations have been incorporated. —Walcott Fire Company No. 1 of Buffalo, N. Y., held a calico ball on the 19th inst. —Edwin Stevens has succeeded John Mackey as fire commissioner of Cincinnati, O. —Engine Companies Nos. 5, 11 and 13 have retired from the Louisville (Ky.) Fire Department. —The Washington Engine Company No. 1 of Norwood, Mass., held its annual ball February 20. —An effort is being made to increase the salary of Chief Mcllraith of Racine, Wis., from $500 to $1000.…

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