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For Fire Alarm Service.

Issue 16 and Volume 1892 11.

For Fire Alarm Service. The accompanying illustration gives a very correct view of the recent invention of P. J. Cooney, the noted St. Louis apparatus manufacturer. This cart, which is technically called “trimmer’s cart,” is made lor the use of electricians whose business is with outside instruments. It is very light and runs smoothly and easily. The box or body is made into three compartments, and can be used for storing tools, etc. The axle is 1 1/4 inches wide, and made of the best steel; Sarven wheels with steel tire; there is a forged iron rail extending from the rear of the box to the bottom of the footboard on each side, with passageway in the centre. It also has the best oil tempered springs, of Mr. Cooney’s own design, connected to the bottom of axle with brass shackles and Timken springs on each side, from the shaft in…

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