Hancock, W. Neilson. 'Arrangements for putting out fires in Dublin city and the townships of Drumcondra, Clontarf, Kilmainham, Pembroke, Rathmines, Blackrock, and Kingstown'. - Dublin: Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland,Vol. VIII, Part LX, 1881/1882, pp381-385
Journal of The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland Vol. VIII, Part LX, 1881/1882
The last great improvement in the arrangements for putting out fires in Dublin arose from the burning of Kildare-street Club in 1860; and some papers read at this Society, and the discussion thence arising, contributed to the changes then introduced. The burning of the workshops of the Artane Industrial School, and of the boarding-house in Kingstown, where a life was lost, bring up the consideration of the question for reconsideration. Are the existing arrangements throughout the whole metropolitan area as satisfactory and complete as the latest experience and the latest legislation on the subject would suggest?
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