WHO HAS THEM?
During the convention of fire engineers, held at the Central Palace. New York, last September, two bound volumes of FIRE AND WATER were taken from a trunk containing samples of our publication exhibited there. A liberal reward will be paid for a clew leading to the person who took the books, or any information that will assist in the recovery of same.
SHEPPERD & BURNHAM, Publishers,
Bennett Building, New York city.
Wesley Dimbleby, for thirty-five years chief of the fire department of Utica, N. Y., and a member of it for forty-five years, is dead. On his retirement from the office of chief, the position of fire marshal was created for him as a token of appreciation of the trood service he rendered to the city in his former line of duty.