Issue 15 and Volume 30.

FIRE NEWS FROM ALL PARTS. The Royal, No. 6 fire company will soon go into service at York, Pa. F. W. Cooley, of Minneapolis, Minn., has patented a fireproof grain elevator. C. A. Ralph, of Pittsburgh, Pa., has patented a system of fireproof construction. Peoria, Ill., will not allow the fire department to appear in any more parades. George Finley is the new chief of the East Rockaway (L. I.), N. Y., fire department. The Third ward enginehouse at Grand Rapids, Mich., will be manned by negroes. The fireboat New Yorker, of this city’s fire department, is to be altered and repaired. The Barnum hose company has been organized for the protection of Grand Island, Neb. The fire station at Lewiston, Me., burned. Of die apparatus only the steamer was saved. Lockport, N. Y., will probably inaugurate a part paid fire department before six months are over. A nest of…

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