Ammunition being dumped into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Sandy Hook, New Jersey. Policemen aboard a ship as they hold guns and rifles in hands. Manhattan seen briefly in the background. Rifles, guns, pistols and revolvers on the deck. The policemen dump 4,000 guns into the ocean.
Police destroy gang guns off Sandy Hook in New Jersey, United States. New York Police officials dump thousands of weapons taken from gangsters, into the ocean. The weapons being dumped in the ocean to ensure their removal from the reach of criminals.
Hulk of ship Victoria, a Bermuda liner in water. Wreckage of the ship float on water. A boat with divers and a smaller boat near it. Men with bags of explosives. A diver in the boat. He dives in water. The diver comes back to the boat. Blast in water.
USS Akron (ZRS-4),Navy Zeppelin dirigible in the United States. Consolidated N2Y-1training plane, equipped for trapeze hookup, fastens to the USS Akron. It disconnects and flies away. Three planes beneath the USS Akron. Another N2Y-1 attempts to hook up, misses and flies off. Belly of USS Akron. One N2Y-1 hooked on and others in background. N2Y-1 hooked on, releases and flies away.
Films of the Newark New Jersey Fire Department responding to fire alarms. Two segments are seen.The first shows a Hook and Ladder truck coming out of the firehouse of Hook and Ladder Company Number 1. It is followed by a pumper from the Engine Company and another truck full of firemen. They are all led by Chief Kiersted with his driver in a four-wheel open two-seater horse-drawn Victoria carriage. After a pause, the second segment shows rear of a passing Hook and ladder and then a succession of other firefighting vehicles, including another Hook and Ladder, 3 smoking pumpers, and several trucks filled with firemen. There is light snow visible on the ground in this segment. Spectators watch with great interest from the sidewalk. (Edison Company, 1896)
Consolidated N2Y-1airplane tries to hook-on to USS Akron (ZRS-4) Zeppelin Dirigible, at Lakehurst, New Jersey, United States. USS Akron in flight. Consolidated N2Y-1makes repeated attempts to hook on to USS Akron. A Consolidated N2Y-1 hooks onto the airship and releases. Another succeeds in hooking to and releasing from the Akron.