Issue 10 and Volume 17.

RANDOM SPARKS —The chief of the London Fire Brigade, Captain Shaw, is spoken of as chief of police for that city. —A ball held by Tiger Hose Company of Long Island City last week was a success socially and financially. —Manchester has received a large size, double-tank Babcock chemical engine. It weighs 4200 pounds, and is pronounced a beauty. —Peter Montfort, who for twenty-five years filled acceptably the position as treasurer for Raritan Engine Company No. 4 at New Brunswick, N. J., died at his home on Neilson street on Tuesday evening. —Pacific Steam Fire Engine Company No. 1 of Central Falls, Providence, R. I., gave its annual supper on Tuesday evening, there being present many of the State’s representative citizens and business men. —The following are the officers of Thomas W. Hough Steam Fire Engine Company of Malden, Mass.: Foreman, E. A. Hall; assistant foreman, G. W. Phillips; secretary,…

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