Issue 9 and Volume 1891 10.

THE NEW YORK STATE FIREMEN’S CONVENTION. (From Our Special Correspondent.) HERKIMER, N. Y., August 22.—The first order of business at Wednesday evening’s session of the convention was the election of officers for the ensuing year. President Rogers called Vice-President Finn to the chair, whereupon Mr. Ingram of Troy placed in nomination for the office of president the present incumbent, Charles S. Rogers of Hudson. The nomination was seconded by Judge Courtney of Brooklyn, and J. T. S. hlosser and George W. Anderson of New York. Upon Mr. Anderson’s motion the secretary was instructed to cast one ballot for Mr. Rogers for president. This was done and Mr. Rogers was declared duly elected. The presidentelect was escorted to the chair by Judge Courtney of Brooklyn and M. J. Daly of Cohoes. He briefly thanked the convention for the honor conferred, and was enthusiastically applauded . J. T. Finn of Brooklyn, O.…

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