Issue 14 and Volume 41.

NEW FIREHOUSE AT PORT CHESTER. On the night of April 1 the new firehouse at Port Chester, N. Y., was opened. In it will be housed the Harry Howard book and ladder conjpany and the Reliance engine and hose company, as well as the chief engineer and his assistants, whose presence there will cause it to be the headquarters for the local fire department. The new house, which is situated on the corner of Westchester avenue and Poningo street, is a handsome brick building, three stories in height and forms a most pleasing architectural feature, typical, it may be presumed, of the public buildings of the future, of which it is the forerunner. In its details, both external and internal it is 011c of the finest firehouses in the State. The building cost more than $50,000 and is fitted up with five stalls. The apparatus to be kept in it…

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