Davenport Report for 1914

Issue 5 and Volume 57.

Davenport Report for 1914 The report of Chief Peter Denger, of the Davenport, Ia., fire department of fires, losses etc., in that city for the year ending December 31, 1914, and compiled by Captain William F. Gillooley, secretary of the department, is a notably complete as well as neat and concise record, being one of the most complete of such reports received by FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING. The report shows the total telephone alarms received were, 339; total F. A. box alarms received, 56; total still alarms received, 44; total special alarms received, 2; total alarms received, 441; false alarms received, 25; number of actual fires, 406; day alarms, 6.00 a. m. to 6.00 p. m., 259; night alarms, 6.00 p. m. to 6.00 a. m., 182; number of fires in 1914, 406; number of fires in 1913, 370; more fires in 1914, 36; alarms received in 1914, 441; alarms…

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