Issue 7 and Volume 1888 3.

WATER SUPPLY. —Those interested in Municipal Works will find more advance news in these columns than in any similar class paper published. Please mention FIRE AND WATER in your correspondence. —Maynard, Mass., is talking water-works. —Wolfboro, N. H., has voted for water-works. —Cimmaron, Kan., will vote on the water-works question. —The water-works at Waynesburg, Pa., are nearly completed. —Elgin, Ill., has appropriated $50,000 for the water-works plant. —G. J. Cunningham will bore an artesian well at Darlington, S. C. —Water rents paid in New York city last week aggregated $21,093. —E. H. Peck has proposed to build water-works at Fort Scott, Kan. —The water mains will be extended in several streets of Atlanta, Ga. —An addition will be made to the new pumping plant at Wheeling, W. Va. —The Capital City Water Company of Montgomery, Ala., will extend its mains. —In addition to the new reservoir already mentioned, the water…

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