Issue 12 and Volume 34.

FIRE NEWS OF THE WEEK. (SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE OF FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING.) Reamstown, Pa., has organised a fire company. St. Paul, Minn., has a new firstclass Nott steamer. Lockport, N. Y., has ordered a Holloway chemical engine. Tallahassee, Fla., has ordered a new set of double drop-harness. Alton, Ill., has purchased 1,200 feet of hose for its fire department. John L. Manolt is foreman of the Branchport, N. j., hose company. Ed. P. Teed succeeds G. A. Slade as chief of the Stontngton, Mass., fire department. The employes of the Fleetwood, Pa., silk mill have been organised into a fire department. Hope fire company, of Great Barrington, Mass., has just celebrated its fiftieth anniversary. The volunteer fire department of Michigan City, Ind., will soon he changed to one that is paid. After a service of ten consecutive years as chief of the fire department of McLeansboro, Ill., Frank J. Chapman…

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