The Massachusetts Convention.

Issue 15 and Volume 1892 12.

The Massachusetts Convention. (For FIRE AND WATER.) As stated in my dispatch of last week, the convention of the Massachusetts State Firemen’s Association was a marked success, the meeting being characterized by close attention to the business allotted it. President Hosmer’s address was as follows: The most important matter that occupied the attention of the legislative committee the past year was to have, if possible, the act relating to the ft 0,000 bill made permanent, and it is with pleasure that I am able to report their labors successful. Too much praise cannot be given Senator Mott of Taunton and Representative Moriarty of Worcester for their interest in securing the passage of the bill. There has been a slightly increased membership during the past year, but the association would be better assisted in the attainment of its objects if every city, town and village were represented. Some plan should be…

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