Leadership

LINER AND PIER DESTROYED IN HOBOKEN, N. J., WATER FRONT FIRE

Issue 2 and Volume 81.

LINER AND PIER DESTROYED IN HOBOKEN, N. J., WATER FRONT FIRE Property Valued at $1,000,000 Destroyed Fire Boats from New York and New Jerses Fight FlamesMam Stored Automobiles Burned WITH oil on the Hudson river as a good aiding agent, fire which started from an undetermined cause on a pier in Hoboken, N. J., spread to a liner moored nearby and even scorched the bow of the Hudson Day Line, Hendrick Hudson. Tugs and other boats were damaged. Many automobiles were stored on the pier as well as a number of bales of wool. These were a total loss. Fireboats from New York city and New Jersey cities penetrated the zone of oil covered waters to fight the fire which had spread to steamship Seneca, formerly of the Clyde Line which operated between Miami and New York. So dense was the smoke from the flames that the section was soon…

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