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FE Volume 80 Issue 4 Issue 4 Volume 80

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New Rules of the New York Fire Department

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OF INTEREST TO VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENTS

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Famous Florida Hotel Destroyed

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City Not Liable for Damage by Apparatus

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Fire Loss of Detroit a Half Million Less

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Army and Navy Figure in N. Y. Fire Losses

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Worth Saving

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Plans Made for New Jersey Convention

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CONVENTION DATES

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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS

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PITTSBURGH APPARATUS CRASH RESULTS IN 2 DEAD; 4 INJURED

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Date Set for Dominion Convention

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Division Wall Fails to Hold Hotel Fire

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Noted North Carolina Fire Officer Dead

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CONTENTS

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

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COURSE OF INSTRUCTION IN FIRE PROTECTION

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Modern Fire Alarm Signalling

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School Destroyed at Front Royal. Va.

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Fire Alarm Building Has Unique Features

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FIRE ENGINEERING

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CORRESPONDENCE

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Praises Firemen for Work at Governors’ Island

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BACK DRAFT INJURES 15 FIREMEN IN SEVERE WASHINGTON, D. C., FIRE

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NEW JERSEY CHIEFS TAKE LEAD IN ORGANIZING EASTERN SECTION

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N. Y. F. D. ANNUAL REPORT SHOWS MUCH ACCOMPLISHED DURING YEAR

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WITH THE EDITOR

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WHAT’S BURNING

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Eastern Regulars to Have Big Party

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Newly Elected Chiefs and Other Officers

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The Latest — A Fire Patrol School

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To Protect Sunbury Odd Fellows’ Orphanage

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NEW YORK CITY TO ENFORCE COMBUSTIBLE PARTITION RULING

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Plan to Abolish “Still Alarms”

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Audience Pushed From Smoky Theatre

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Texas Has Fund for Hose Thread

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Neumoegen Made Honorary Chief

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FIRE DEPARTMENT ACTIVITIES

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GASOLINE EXPLOSION CAUSES LOSS OF TWO AUTO ESTABLISHMENTS

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Wooden Shingles Banned in New York City

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Bookings of “The Fire Brigade” Increase

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Explains Poor Fire Streams to Public

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FALSE ALARMS