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with relief valve and shut-oflf nozzle, and other equipments to make it effective.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 34.



McAlpin Avenue, west of Clifton Avenue.



Organized as a Hose Company January i, 1896.



This Company is composed of the following members :



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Poflitfon.


Age.

51
33


Residence.


1


Geo. Hines


America

America


Member

Member


No. 3829 Middleton avenae.
No. 830 McAlpin place.


2


F. Mummert



This house is not in good condition. The Company has charge of the
following property ; i horse, with swinging harness ; i hose-wagon, with 350
feet 2>^-inch cotton hose, 1,100 feet 2)^-inch gum hose, 100 feet i-inch gum
hose, with relief valve and shut-off nozzle, and other equipments to make it
effective ; i extra set single harness ; i hose-reel.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 35.



Town Hall, Westwood.



Organized as a Steam Company January i, 1896.



The engine, "Citizens' Gift," in charge of this Company is a sixth -size
Ahrens engine, built by the Ahrens Manufacturing Compiny, of Cincinnati,
Ohio. It is a single-pump, double-acting engine ; cylinder 6^ inches in diame-
ter and 7-inch stroke ; pump 4}^ inches in diameter and 7-inch stroke. When
working at full capacity will discharge 300 gallons of water per minute ; weighs
3,200 pounds. Engine was placed in service September 10, 1891. This Com-
pany is composed of the following member :



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


Newton Carter.....


America


Member


34


Town Hall.



This Company has charge of the following property : I horse with swing-
ing harness complete: i-horse hose-wagon, with 1,000 feet 2|^-inch cotton hose
and 100 feet of i-inch gum hose, with shut-off nozzle, and other equipments
to make it effective.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 36.



Heekin Avenue, north of Eastern Avenue.



Organized as a Hose Company January i, 1896.



This Company is composed of the following member :



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Besidenoe.


1


W. 8. Reynold?


Ameriea


Member


88


No. 3759 Elmer street.



This house is not in good condition. This Company has charge of the
following property: I horse, with swinging harness complete; i -horse hose-
wagon, with 1,000 feet 2^ -inch cotton hose and 100 feet i-inch gum hose, with
shut-off nozzle, and other equipments to make it effective. Also one service track
carrying 80 feet of laddeis of various sizes, and one 55-gallon two-wheeled hand
chemical fire extinguisher.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 37.



Welland Avenue, north of Liston Avenue.



Organized as a Hose Company November 5, 1901.



The Company is composed of the following members :



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


W. I Hall


America

America. —
America .....
America


Captain

Driver..

Pipenum

Plpeman....


51
60
38
46


Engine-house.
No. 3446 Liston avenue.
No. 340 Portland avenue.
Revere av.. west of Conaidine


2
3
4


Thoe. Timberlake

Qeo. Skelton

W P. Clark









This house is new. The Company has charge of the following properly :
2 horses, with swinging harness complete; i two-horse hose- wagon, with 1,600
feet 2^-inch cotton and 100 feet i.inch gum hose, with shut-off nozzle, and
other equipments to make it effective.



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LADDER COMPANY No. 2.



Bank Street, between Linn Street and Central Avenue.



Oroanizkd Drcemiikr 28, 1 86 1.



The Company has charge of the following apparatus : I three-horse turn*table
extension ladder truck, built by the Fire Extinguisher Manufacturing Co., of
Chicago, carrying one 85- foot and one 50 -foot extension ladder, with eight
other ladders of various sizes, two small fire extinguishers, and the necessary
complement of hooks, axes, poles, etc. Was placed in service March 13, 1890,
and is composed of the following members :



No.

1
2
3

4
6
6



Name.



Nativity.



L. Markleia America

John Thinnes. ! America......

J. J. Flaherty I America

J. Deifel ......I Germany....

J. Mullen I America

H. Kruelle.. 1 Qermany ....

David Koch { America

Geo. AUoways America I



Position.


Age.
51


Captain


Lieutenant.


80


Driver


40


Member —


83


Member


40


Member


82


Member


83


Member......


38



Besidence.



No. 439 Bank street
No. 1009 Depot street.
No. 2966 Colerain av. ^
No. 425 Bank street.
No. 1947 Central avenue.
No. 2015 Linn street.
No. 437 Bank street
No. 413 Bank street



The Company occupies quarters jointly with Fire Company No. 13, and has
3 horses with swinging harness complete, 100 feet i-inch gum hose, with relief
valve and shut-oflT nozzle, and other equipments to make it effective.



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LADDER COMPANY No. 4.



Corner of Vine and Charlton Streets.



Organized August i, 187 i.



This Company has charge of the following apparatus : i two-horse ladder
truck, built by B. Bruce & Co., of Cincinnati, with axes, hooks, rope, buckets,
etc., complete. The Company is composed of the following members:



No. , Name.


Nat^Tity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1 S. E. Fuller


1 g 1


Lieutenant-
Driver


48
44
44


No. 108 Water street.


2 j Jno. F. Lang.

3 j Frank A. Wright.


No.' 2721 Vine street.


Truckman...


Engine-house.



The house is in good condition, and is occupied jointly with Fire Company
No. 19. The Company has charge of the following property : 2 horses and swing-
ing harness complete, and other equipments to make it effective.



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LADDER COMPANY No. 8.



Northwest Corner of Oest and Depot Streets.



Organized November 19, 1888.



This Company has charge of the following apparatus: i two-horse ladder
truck, rebailt by B. Bruce & Co., of this city, carrying 8 ladders of various sizes,
2 hand extinguishers, with the necessary hooks, poles, axes, etc. The Company
is composed of the following members :



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1
2


John Nolan

Tim. Murphy

Jos. A. Miller.

(Qeo. Ralney, )
( on probation)

H. Swegman


Ireland-

America

America

America......

America. ...


Lieutenant.
Driver


45
41
80
25
44


Eoglne-house.
No. 2207 Gest street.


3
4
5


Member

Member

Member


No. 1010 State avenue.

Engine-house.

No. 2322 Glenway avenue.



The Company occupies quarters jointly with Fire Company No. 25, and has
2 horses, with swinging harness complete, and other equipments to make it
effective.



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LADDER COMPANY No. 9.



Northeast Corner of Madisonville Avenue and Hackberry Street.



Organized February 4, 1889.



The Company has charge of the following apparatus : i two-horse tur
table extension ladder truck, built by The LaFrance Fire Engine Compan
of Elmira, N. Y., carrying one 7 5- foot extension and 9 other ladders of vario
sizes, two small fire extinguishers, and the necessary complemeQt of hool
axes, poles, etc., and was placed in service July i, 1895. '^^^ Company
composed of the following members :



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


RMidenoe.


1


P. J. Flaherty


America


Lieutenant.


43


No. 3110 Hackberry street.


•>


RobtN.McCloy...
\Vm. CuUen


America

America


Pilot


36
53


No. 2719 Cline avenue.


8


Driver


Engine-house.


4


John Early


America


Member


35


Engine-house.


5


James Canary


America


Member


39


Engine-house.


6


John Luhau


America


Member


87


1609 Madison avenue.



The Company occupies quarters jointly with Fire Company No. 23, and h
charge of the following property : 2 horses, with swinging harness complete, i
feet gum hose, and other equipments to make it effective.



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LADDER COMPANY No. 11.



Northwest Comer of Harrison Avenue and Beekman Street.



Organized July i, 1898.



This Company has charge of the following apparatus : I two-horse laddc
truck, built by Bode Wagon Works of Cincinnati, carrying 9 ladders of variov
sizes, hooks, axes, buckets, hand extinguishers, ropes, etc., and is compose
of the following members:



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1
?


John Allgeier

John Heck


America

America

America

America

America


Lieutenant.

Member

Driver


89
.36
38
30
32


No. 1508 Harriflon avenae.


No. 1804 Queen-City avenue.

No. 1661 Montrose street


s


C. A. Boles


4


Qeo. Lohr


Member

Driver


No. 1516 Harrison avenue.


<>


(Geo. Peters, )
( on probation)


No. 1755 Harrison avenue.









This Company occupies quarters with Fire Company No. 21, and has charg
of the following property: 2 horses, with swinging harness; loo feet l-inc
gum hose, with relief valve and shut-off nozzle, and other equipments to mak
it effective.



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LADDER COMPANY No. 12.



Rockdale Avenue, west of Main Avenue.



Organized October i, 1898.



i Company has charge of the following apparatus : i two-horse ladder
built by the Bode Wagon Works of Cincinnati, carrying one 55-foot
:>n ladder and eight other ladders of various sizes, 2 small fire extin-
s, and the necessary complement of hooks, poles, axes, etc., and is
ed of the following members :



Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


J. Irwin

Moorman


America

America

America

America

America

Ireland


Lieutenant.
Pilot


47
39
41
41
45
48


No. 878 Rockdale avenue.
No. 822 Rockdale avenue.


Fey


Driver


No. 35a3 Reading road.
No. 1465 Harrison avenue.
No. 2400 Kenton street.


in Fatten .........

Daidlf


Member

Member

Member


m Tobiu


No. 810 Lincoln avenue







» Company occupies quarters with Fire Company No. 32 and has charge
following property : 2 horses, with swinging harness complete ; 100 feet
h gum hose, shut-off nozzle, and other equipments to make it effective.



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LADDER COMPANY No. 18.



Northeast corner of Colermin Avenue and Rachel Street.



Organized January i, 1899.



This Company has charge of the following apparatus : i two-horse lade
truck, built by the Rumsey Company, Limited, of Seneca Falls, N. Y., carryi
nine ladders of various sizes, hooks, axes, brackets, hand extinguishers, rop
etc., and is composed of the following members :



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Petition.


Age.


Residence.


1


Clarenoe Bostain..


America


Lieutenant..


34


No. 2951 Henshaw avenue.


2


J ZiniTnfinn&im


America


Driver


36


No. 2958 Sidney avenue.
No. 2944 Massachusetts aven


3


H. Ellerhorit


America


Member


40


4


(M. Reardon, )
( on probation)


America


Member


29


No. 4018 Delaney street.


5


Ed. Backman


America


Member


35


No. 2944 Colerain avenue.



This Company occupies quarters with Fire Company No. 12, and has chaj
of the following property: ihorses, with swinging harness; 100 feet of i-ii
gum hose, i shut-off nozzle, and other equipments to make it effective.



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LADDER COMPANY No. 14.



Welland Avenue, north of Listen Avenue.



Organized November 5, 1901.



>mpany has charge of the following apparatus: i two-horse ladder
t by the Seagrave Company, Columbus, O., carrying one 50-foot, one
ad one 14- foot extension ladders, and five other ladders of various
I small fire extinguishers; and the necessary complement of hooks,
(, etc. It is composed of the following members :



fame.


Nativity.


PosiUon.


Age.


Residence.


Boyle

If


America

America

Oanada


Lieutenant..

Driver

Member


32
bS
43


Comer Carrli and Bell streets.
No. 3488 Welland avenue.


fcKever


No. 3379 Ingalls avenue.



bmpany occupies quarters with Fire Company No. 37, and has charge
owing property: 2 horses, with swinging harness complete, and other
s to make it effective.



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WATER-TOWER Nc



Fifteenth Street, between Elm and 1



Organized March i6, 189



This Company is composed of the following memb<



No.

1
2
3



Name.



NaUvlty.



L. F. Wehrmann.J America...

W. Muench I Germany.

Geo. Schneider America...



Position.



Lieutenant.

Driver

Member



Age.,

36 '
58 [

37 1



This Company is located at Fire Company No.
charge of the following property : I three-horse Hale
the necessary complement of wrenches, nozzles, lam
cotton hose ; 3 horses and swinging harness complete.



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FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY No. 1.



i^ocated on Cutter Street, between Laurel and Betts.



Established in 1872.



npany has charge of the following apparatus : i two-horse fuel wagon,
Bruce & Co., of Cincinnati, with boxes and other appurtenances com-
o-horse supply wagons.



ime.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


h


America


Driver


42


No. 535 ainton street.



irters are in good condition, in the building occupied by the Cisteru
:)epartment, and formerly occupied by Fire Company No. 8. The
as charge of 2 horses, with harness complete. In addition to the
on of this Company, the department has several sawdust and supply
Tibuted at different engine-houses for convenience.



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FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY No. 2.



North Side of Bank Street, opposite Whiteman Street.



Orc.anizkd September 26, 1890.



The Company has charge of i one-horse fuel wagon, with boxes and a|
tenances complete.



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


Ed. Buckley


America —


Driver


42


No. 444 Bank street.









The quarters are at Fire Company No. 13.



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TOOL WAGON No. 1.





Fifth Stn
Orc


ect, between Smith an


d Mound.
891.




JANiZED February 19, i


No-


Name.


Nativity.


Position.
Driver


Age.


Residence.


1


I.«>!Oxiard We8tcott,Jr


America


41


No. 647 W. Fourth street.



This Company occupies quarters jointly with Fire Company No. 14, and has
charge of the following property : I horse, with swinging harness complete ;
I wMgon ; 150 fctft 3^-inch, 75 feet 3-inch, and 100 feet i-inch gum hose; and
axi assortment of tools, nozzles, Siamese couplings, reducers, increasers, pipes,
an<l other equipments necessary for combining the streams of from two to five
cng-ines into one.



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CISTERN AND PLUG DEPARTMENT.



Located on Cutter Street, between Laurel and Betts Streets.



The following have charge of this department:



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


Henry Schuster... .


America


Repairer


46


No. 818 Broadway.


2 Patrick iColeman..


America


Repairer


42


No. 213 ICagnolU street.


3 John McDonald...


America


Laborer


34


No. 1836 Cutter street.


4


John Tebbe


America


Laborer


41


No 1329 Cutter street.







This department builds and repairs all its fire-cisterns, puts in all new pi
located, and does its own repairs. The following property is on hand : 2 hor
2 wagons, and harness complete ; 2 sets of tools for putting in plugs ; i doi
plug ; 2 old double plugs ; 2 single plugs ; 20 four-inch elbows (H. S.) ; 10 fi
inch elbows (D. H.); 17 three -inch elbows (H. S.); 12 three -inch elb
(D. H.) ; 10 three-inch yi bends ; 24 four-inch ^ bends; 12 three-inch slec^
1 5 four-inch sleeves ; 4 four-inch 8 pipes ; 2 three-inch 8 pipes ; 9 bars of Ic
6 eight-cornered boxes; 20 eight-cornered plates; 8 bound plates; 19 sc
plates with lugs; 4 nine-inch boxes; 4 twelve-inch boxes; 10 stop -box li
12 four-inch stops; 8 three-inch stops; 5 new picks; 10 sledge-hammer hand
20 pick handles; 60 pounds hemp-packing; 14 3 X 4 tapers (D. S.) ; 12 3
tapers (H. S.) ; 12 four-inch iron plugs; 6 three-inch iron plugs; 6 shov
2 oval cistern-lids ; 3 oval cistern-plates ; 50 Lewis valves ; 20 Warden val
35 Galvin valves ; 700 new brick ; i three-way plug ; 35 pounds j4 sheet g
50 pounds pure gum valves; 8 red lamps; i hoe; I sieve; i windlass; 2 t
gallon oil-cans ; i large oil-can ; I kettle and stand ; I extension ladder ; i ]
pump ; 2 horse-blankets ; 2 rain covers ; and all tools for putting in and re]
ing plugs.



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FIRE-ALARM TELEGRAPH.



Central Station, Sixth Street, near Vine.



Accepted and Placed in Service February 7, 1866.



No.


Name.


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


J. A. Archibald ...


America


Superlnd't..


43


No. 823 West Fourth street


2


Louis F.RiehL


America


Ass't Sup't.


46


No. 2310 Clifton avenue.


3


CharleaRieth


America


Operator .....


44


No. 817 Ludlow street.


4


F. N. Armstrong..


America


Operator


39


No. 3125 Harvard avenue.


5


Edw. W. Starbird.


America


Operator


56


No. 2644 Belleview avenue


6


JohnV.Brisbin...


America


Repairer


57


No. 1413 Elm street.


7


Geo. W. Crusoe....


America....


Lineman


58


No. 631 Broadway.


8


Jno. V. Horn..


America


Lineman


44


No. 1&48 Linn street.


9


E. C. Roberts.


America


Lineman


52


No. 434 David street.


10


J. Luebbert


America


Lineman ^...


26


No. 414 Wade street.


n


Miss Nellie KeUy.
Jos. R. Kelley


America


Teleph. Op..




No. •'^Vt East Fifth stnH^t.


12


America


Teleph. Op.


41


No. 527 West Eighth stree


13


Theodore Oilman


America


Teleph. Op.


28


No. 505 West Eighth stree



The Telegraph Corps has charge of the following property and instrnm
24 relays ; 24 telegraph keys ; 24 galvanometers ; 24 sets of testing swit
I twenty-ifour-drop annunciator; 4 ink registers for the signal circuits; 8
changers; 8 galvanometers ; 8 test switches ; i ink register; 1 telegraph 'k<
joker circuits; i three-dial repeater; 8 sets of switches; i galvanometi
alarm circuits ; i large clock with watch-register attachment ; i sixty-lin<
phone switch-board ; i sixty-line heavy current and lightning protector
Callaud batteries for signal and joker lines, and 115 LaClanche batteric
local and alarm lines at the Central Office ; about 671 miles of aerial wire,
feel of aerial cable, 36,634 feet of underground cable, containing 510,68c
of No. 14 wire alarm-conductors and 227,014 feet of No. 18 twisted pa
telephone-conductors; 51 cable terminal boxes on poles; 7 iron pedestals
cable boxes for Bre-alarm boxes, connecting the Central Station with 509
alarm boxes, distributed throughout the city; 31 tower bells and sti
machines; 63* electrical mechanical gongs; 45 alarm or joker register
polarized relays; 60 local relays; 125 vibrating joker-bells; 47 joker-drop
attachments; 56 telephones: ^^ sets of test switch-boards; 103 signal c
relays, 32 signal circuit bells, 7 alarm circuit relays, and 575 LaClanche bati
distributed at the various engine-houses, police-stations, waterworks, ele
light and incline plane stations, salvage corps, insurance offices, etc.; 5(
of portable telephones carried on fire apparatus; 3 horses; 3 wagons; ^
of harness; and tools and appliances complete for building and repi
lines, etc. Also have in the suburb of Wesiwood 9 district telegraph boxes
for fire-alarm boxes, i single pen register, I main-line relay, i local circuit
I mechanical gong, 24 Callaud batteries, and 8 miles of line wire in circuit.



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REPORT OF THE ASSISTANT SUPI
OF FIRE-ALARM TELEGR

Cincinnati, Ja

J. A. Archibald, Fire Marshal:

Dear Sir, —

I herewith submit to you mj
the various additions, alterations, and imp
fire-alarm telegraph system for the past yej

There were five signal circuits extendec
old corporation limits of the city to an<3
suburbs of Clifton and Avondale, and foi
boxes located there. The signal circuits w
to seven other locations and fire-alarm box(

The numbers and the locations of th
which were put up are as follows :

815 — Tremont street and Lawnway, Fairmoui
816— Shillito street and C. L. & N. R. R., K\
817 — Whittier and Emery streets, Avondale;
819 — Reading road and Ridgeway avenue, A^
821 — Blair avenue, bet. Reading road and Pei
823— Reading road and Mound avenue, Avon
824— Engine-house No. 32, Rockdale avenue,
825— Hutchins avenue, east of Reading road,
826 — Reading road and Lexington avenue, A
827 — Glenwood avenue and Bogart street, Av
829 — Reading road and Gholson avenue, Avo
831 — South Crescent avenue, west of Reading
832 — Reading road and Greenwood avenue, /
834 — Marion and Dakota avenues, Avondale;
835 — Reading road and Lenox avenue, Avond
836 — North Crescent avenue, west of Reading



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Merchants and Manufacturers Insurance Company at >
6 East Third Street. There was apparatus for receivi
alarms installed at both places.

A telephone circuit was erected to Fire Trustee Jo
Mackey*s rooms, at the Sterling Hotel, Sixth and Mou
streets, and a telephone placed there.

The alarm apparatus and telephone, together with t
circuits to them, were removed from ex-Assistant Marsl
J. C. Donovan's residence. These circuits were extend
to and the instruments placed in District Marshal PI
Hurley's residence.

For all the above-mentioned extensions of circuits th<
were erected about twenty-eight miles of aerial line wire.

As the Telephone Company were reconstructing th<
pole-lines, we were obliged to renew our cross-arms a
some wires at the following places :

Warner street, from Clifton av. to Ravine St., 2 wires;
Ludlow avenue, from Clifton avenue to Middleton av., 6 wires:
Plum street, from Genesee to Ann St., i8 wires;
University avenue, from Vine st. to Burnet av., 5 wires;
Sycamore street, from Canal to Hunt St., 10 wires;
Hamilton avenue, from Spring-Grove to Chase av., 5 wires;
Hamilton avenue, from Chase av. to Otto St., 2 wires;
Chase avenue, from Hamilton av. to Kirby road, 3 wires ;
Colerain avenue, from Spring-Grove av. to Kirby road, 5 wires;
Lakeman street, from Chase av. to Bluerock St., 3 wires;
Turrill street, from Chase av. to Hamilton av., 4 wires;
Eastern avenue, from Wortman st. to Heekin av., 5 wires;
Fifteenth street, from Elm to Plum St., 5 wires;
C. H. & D. R. R., from Colerain to Dreman av., 3 wires;
C. H. & D. R. R., from Hopple to Dempsey st., i wire.

It is with pleasure I can state that some progress li
been made toward improvements recommended in my h
annual report, and that is the equipping of Avondale ai
Clifton with fire-alarm circuits and boxes, and which a
now connected directly with the regular system from hea



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5, and that Westwood will be as soon as the weather

mother year has passed without having made any
)ns to the underground cable system, and the poles

our exclusive use have become still more danger-
1 the aerial wires on these poles have become very
and slack, causing us many breaks and troubles,
most sincerely recommend that the most urgent
e taken to obtain the necessary funds as soon as

to complete the work of extending the underground
a subways awaiting them.
e additional box or signal circuits should be erected,

of the present circuits have become overloaded with
m boxes, on account of the additional boxes which
en put up in the last few years,
ur gravity battery system, which has been increased
past year on account of the additional lines which
ected, and therefore is now still more expensive to
n, and as it is almost inadequate to meet the present
nents, and as some more extensions of lines will be
1 the near future, I again recommend that a storage
system, which is more efficient and reliable and very



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