Issue 17 and Volume 48.

NEW FITE STATION FOR JACKSONVILLE The fire department at Jacksonville, Fla., has just taken possesisou of a new tire station. The building takes the place of the old Riverside station. which has hcen occupied during the past fourteen years TSy Company No. 5. Illustrations are given herewith of both the old and the new stations, for the photographs of which this journal is indebted to the Times-Union of that city. FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING has had occasions before to speak a good word for the Jacksonville fire department, and it is again a pleasure to note the latest move toward improvement. The new structure is a handsome edifice and one of which the city may well he proud. It was erected at a cost of $14,000 and is a twostory buff brick building, with red brick base and red tile roof. It is large and commodious and will accommodate two…

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