Issue 6 and Volume 38.

NEW JERSEY FIRE NOTES. From an occasional correspondent. At Cranford, N. J., a paid fire department has been organised by the township committee. The volunteer firemen turned over all apparatus owned by them to the town. The new department comprises twenty-five men, a chief engineer, Edward A. O’Donnell; assistant engineer, Harry W. Bauers; superintendent of fire alarm, Alfred H. Miller, who is also secretary of the board of fire commissioners; a captain of hose company No. 1, and a captain of hook and ladder company No. 1. Each of the fire companies will have ten call men, who will be paid $15 a year. Fifty per cent, of the firemen must be engaged in business in the town. The chief will be paid a salary of $50: the assistant chief engineer, $25: superintendent of fire alarm and secretary to the hoard of fire commissioners. $35; captain of the hook and…

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