TWO NEW NOZZLES. Samuel Eastman & Co., of Concord, N. H., have brought out a new shut-off nozzle to complete more fully their new nozzle system. It is called the “New Pan-American nozzle.” This nozzle gives five distinct and separate changes—any sizes of streams instantly from 0 to one and one-quarter inches or one and three-eighth inches as may be wanted. Weight about four pounds. Its success is assured. Their new “Champion Lumber nozzle,” also, delivers a four-inch thin sheet of water at the outlet, which spreads into a solid fan-shape stream. This nozzle is especially made and adapted for lumber in mill yards, etc. A. F. Grimm is chief of the newly organized fire department of Parkston, S. Dak.