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MOTOR FIRE APPARATUS

Issue 3 and Volume 55.

MOTOR FIRE APPARATUS DEPARTMENT INFORMATION Findlay, O., last week received a motor chemical engine. Wooster, O., is considering the purchase of motor apparatus. Chief Meires, of Dunkirk, N. Y., wants a motor ladder truck. Esconido, Cal., has voted a $4,000 bond issue for motor fire apparatus. Middleboro, Mass., has appropriated $2,500 for a motor hose wagon. Merrill, Wis., last week received a Seagrave chemical and hose wagon. Tullahoma, Tenn., has contracted for a $4,500 motor chemical engine. Georgetown, Del., is considering the purchase of motor fire apparatus. The Long Branch, N. J., department will procure a tractor for its engine. The fire committee of Jamestown, N. Y., recommend a motor car for Chief Wilson. New Haven, Conn., has limited the speed of its fire automobiles to twelve miles an hour. The new American-La France motor engine at Lewes, Del., was exhibited at Sussex last week. Paducah, Ky., is to have…

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