Issue 17 and Volume 38.

FIRE PROTECTION AT NASHVILLE As has lately been shown more than once, Nashville, Tenn. has a very efficient fire department under the command of Chief A. A. Rozetta. Its headquarters, an illustration of which accompanies this notice, is a handsome building, up-to-date in its’ accommodations for men, horses and apparatus, and architecturally an ornament to the city. During the past year the fire protection has been increased and the department considerably helped by the Tennessee District Telegraph company having placed in circuit its private fire alarm system with a number of boxes. The department was called out to six alarms from the system. The total number of alarms turned in from all sources was 369—twenty-three more than in the previous year. With the exception of very few cases, alarms were given with promptness, and by the quick responses of the department and the perfect working of the fire alarm system,…

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