Leadership

WATER SUPPLY

Issue 25 and Volume 1887 1.

WATER SUPPLY —Contractors and municipal officers will find it to their advantage to read the contract ng intelligence in FIRE AND WATER every week. More items of interest to city and town authorities will be found in its columns than in any similar class paper puolished in the country. The subscription is only $3 per year, $1 for four months. —Argo, Ia., is agitating the water-works question. —The Jacksonville (Ala.) Land Company will build water-works. —A company is organizing to build water-works at Beaufort, Tex. —The water mains at Paris, Tex,, will be extended about five miles. —Hamilton, O., will issue bonds for $15,000 for water-works repairs. —During April, 3S03 feet of water mains were laid at Baltimore, Md. —Omaha, Neb., pays a yearly rental of $80 each for nearly 500 hydrants. — Inman & Co. of New York will build the water-works at Decatur, Ala. —Northboro, Mass., has 8^…

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