Issue 11 and Volume 26.

MISCELLANEOUS Charles T. Holloway & Co., of Baltimore, Md., have closed a contract with Camden, N. J., for one of their double-tank four-wheel, sixty-gallon chemical fire engines. The following letters addressed to the Gleason and Bailey Manufacturing company speak for themselves. “Bristol, Pa., March 18, 1899. Gleason and Bailey Manufacturing Co.—New York City: Dear Kirs: The truck designed and built by your firm for tin* America hose,hook and ladder company, which we received last October, has been tested on several occasions, and has proven very satisfactory in every respect, and everyone who has seen it is of the opinion that it is a beauty. The fall trussed Keagrave patent ladders with which it is equipped are, in the opinion of our department, the finest made. They are strong and serviceable, .yet very light in weight, and can b handled with about half UH many men as the old ladders could,…

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