Issue 17 and Volume 38.

FIRE NEWS OF THE WEEK Special correspondence of FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING The Goshen, N. Y., fire parade was nearly six miles long. In one week at Albany, N. Y., firebugs set several fires. Huntington (L. I.), N. Y., has elected E. V. Sammis fire chief. Grant Heed elected chief of the Washington, Pa., fire department. The new fire station in the Eighteenth ward, of Pittsburg, Pa., will cost $23,000. The Eureka brewery at San Francisco, Cal., damaged $37,000 worth by fire. George Emeur. has been chosen as chief of the Newton (L. I.), N. Y. fire department. Albany, N. Y., has added two new alarm boxes to its fire alarm telegraph system. At Denison, Tex., electrolysis is affecting the water mains. Fort Dodge, la., seems to consider the present fire department quarters altogether too small. Chief Kegebein, of Norfolk, Va., still hopes to see auxiliary saltwater pipes laid in…

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