ASBURY PARK’S FIRE LOSSES.

ASBURY PARK’S FIRE LOSSES.

According to the annual report of Fire Chief Scott, the fire loss at Asbury Park, N. J., since June 1, 1900, has amounted to $57,000. Of this amount $30,000 must be charged to the disastrous Opera house conflagration, The balance is distributed among eight fires. The Park now has 125 active firemen, apportioned as follows: Hook and ladder company No. 1, twenty-two; Wesley engine and hose company No. 1, forty; Neptune engine company No.2, forty-four; A.R. Cook hose company No. 8, nineteen.

CHARLES V. WANTZ, SECRETARY, MARYLAND STATE FIREMEN’S ASSOCIATION, WESTMINSTER, MD.

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