Issue 25 and Volume 38.

FIRE NEWS OF THE WEEK Special correspondence of FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING Edward Leonard is the chief of the newly organised fire department at Gas City, Ind. Rockaway, N. J., has organised an engine company, with William H. Quinn as foreman. The death is announced of Augustus H. Wright, chief of the Abington, Mass., fire department. The firemen of Greenville, S. C., have now handsome new winter uniforms of grey cheviot. In consequence of the water system for protection against fire not working, the dormitory of the Indian school at Nadeau was burned. As the mayor of Bayonne, N. J., has promised to see that the fire houses are made comfortable, the striking firemen have returned to the ranks. The Barton snaps are rapidly becoming popular, La Crosse, Wis., Lincoln, Neb., and Springfield, Ohio, being among the latest fire departments to adopt them. On December 13 fire destroyed the wholesale…

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