Issue 13 and Volume 44.

FIRE NEWS OF THE WEEK Special Correspondence of FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING. By an act of the Georgia legislature, the firemen of that State can now have free transportation on the street railway cars. T. J. Litsey, chief of the Owensboro, Ky., fire department has resigned, having been in the service longer than other members. Another new firehouse is that at Hancock square for the better protection of the dwellers round the Morningside district, Manhattan. Another Dalmation carriage dogthis time the mascot of hook and ladder company No. 22, Amsterdam avenue and 97th street, killed by being driven over by the truck. The men and monkey of the station are inconsolable. The volunteer firemen of Rome, Ga., who claimed $1,865 from the city when they were disbanded in favor of a naid fire department, have settled on a cash payment of $1,000. The city has thus become the owner of…

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