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MILWAUKEE CARNIVAL AND THE FIREMEN.

Issue 5 and Volume 24.

MILWAUKEE CARNIVAL AND THE FIREMEN. (Specially written for FIRE AND WATKR.) MILWAUKEE, WIS., July 20, 1898. Chief Foley, of the fire department of Milwaukee, Wis., writes to FIRE AND WATER a description of the part taken by that department during the carnival week as follows: One day was given for the show. The parade started at 10:30 a. m. with 125 men and thirty-three pieces of apparatus in line. It was divided into three sections—each section in charge of an assistant chief, and a band of music at the head of each section. On the right of the line w, s ihe old fire engine that did service in this city in 1842. This engine wasdrawn by thirty captains wearing the regulation helmet. Following in carriages weie the old fitemen In one of the same was the old chief, A J Langworthy—eighiy four yearn old and chief in 1844. The…

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