Issue 22 and Volume 42.

NEW FIRE HEADQUARTERS IN DUBLIN After many delays, a new headquarters for the fire brigade of the Irish metropolis has been built and Dublin’s firemen are now lodged in buildings worthy of their calling. The new building stands at the corner of Tara and Brunswick streets—a comparatively central position, very prominent and very conveniently situated as it gives on broad thoroughfares leading to every part of the city. As will be seen from the accompanying ground plan, the building has a Great Brunswick street frontage on the south of 76 ft. 6 ins.; Tara street on the west, of 141 ft., 6 ins., and to Townsend street on the north, no ft. 6 ins. It covers an area of 2,450 sq. yds., which includes the ground on which the buildings stand and a spacious inclosed courtvard for drilling and other brigade purposes. The buildings are of red pressed brick, with…

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