Issue 25 and Volume 1893 13.

THE TOURNAMENT ENDED. (By the Commercial Cable.) To FIRE AND WATER, LONDON, June 17, 1893. New Yorh: America again triumphs over the entire world. To-day ended the International Firemen’s Tournament at Agricultural Hall, Islington, amid the wildest plaudits for Chief Hale and his team of fire fighters. Tournament a great success from start to finish. The Hale Tower greatly admired. Entire affair excellently managed. Details by first mail. T. R. TINSLEY. (From Our Regular Correspondent.) LONDON, June 7, 1893. EATEI) in a quaint old Gothic hostelrie where royalty was wont to royster some three centuries ago, I take pen, to your gracious readers, my FIRE AND WATER. Now I might have begun my letter with this sentence, but if I had. it would have been but another lie. turned out to be added to the countless millions manufactured momentarily. However, I am seated in a hotel, and in London, and…

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