IN NEW QUARTERS
The Cornelius Callahan Company has removed its factory and salerooms from 164 High street to 127 Purchase street, Boston, where it has every facility for executing all orders received for the celebrated Callahan fire hose and fire appli ances. The new quarters are well adapted for manufacturing purposes, as the building is lighted from both Purchase and Hartford streets. The manager’s and business offices are on the second floor facing on the latter, and the machine shop extends the full length of the building on Hartford street The third floor is wholly occupied by the hose factory, where several looms are kept busily at work making the famous fabric that is used in the manufacture of the various brands of Callahan hose. A well arranged storeroom is fitted up behind the machine shop and a showroom is located near the business office. All the arrangements of the shops and offices are as complete and convenient as it seems possible to make them,and the company will, without doubt, be greatly benefitted by the change from the old address on this account. The energy displayed in making the transfer of the business is quite in keeping with the methods of the Callahan Company and augurs well for its future success. Its officers are: President, Walter Cutting; vice-president, Arthur J. Cumnock; general manager and treasurer, Morton S. Grehore. ‘The latter is an active and experienced man in various lines and fully understands the necessities of the position be occupies. Under his active direction there can be little doubt that new life will be infused into the workings • of the firm and that those who purchase goods from it may rely upon being furnished with the same excellent brands for which it has been noted in the past. W. Webber is still interested in the company and will look after its business on the road, in which he will be assisted by the manager.
In the announcement made by the company on another page, further particulars of the supplies manufactured by it are given.