Fire Notes From Louisville.

Issue 23 and Volume 43.

Fire Notes From Louisville. Correspondence of FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING. The city has nearly completed fire station No. 21, a new enginehouse on Crescent hill, one of the suburbs of Louisville. It is a very handsome structure of pressed brick and white stone with glazed brick in the interior. Its cost is $24,000.—A second-size Continental engine has been contracted for. It will lie placed in No. 3 enginehouse which is in the upper business div trict, and its present third size steamer will occupy the new No. 21 house. This will strengthen the hands of Chief Fillmore Tyson in the hazardous district, while the third-size engine will just fit the Crescent Hill neighborhoodone of the city’s best residential districts.-Chief Tyson has added a toolroom to his repair shop. It is equiped with a universal grinder, milling machine, small lathe, and drill press. This room is independent of the main plant…

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