Issue 11 and Volume 32.

THE GAMEWELL FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH. In these days when every second counts at the beginning of a fire, it is of the first importance that the department should be at once notified so as to be able to turn out without delay. In many places this is an impossibility, owing to the fact of there being no fire alarm telegraph installed, and the sole dependence of the firemen being upon the summons of some public bell, the ringer of which must first be found. Meanwhile, the flatties are having it all their own way, and life as well as property may be endangered for lack of a proper fire alarm system. All this can lie obviated by the installation of the Gamewell fire alarm telegraph, which has never yet known to fail, and which when further aided by the auxiliary alarm system reduces to a minimum the risk of delay…

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