Issue 18 and Volume 1889 5.

WATER SUPPLY. —At Canandaigua, N. Y., April 24, the pumping station of the Canandaigua Water-works Company on lower Main street, was damaged by fire to the extent of about $5000. —Cuba, N. Y., expects to have the system of water-works complete in a few months. —France claims the honor of utilizing a higher wafer pressure than that recently put in operation in the Chollar shaft on the Comstock lode in Nevada. At Brignoud, two kilometers from the valley of Grdsivaudad, near Grenoble, a turbine 9 feet to inches in diameter was put in operation in the year 1875, utilizing a head of 1638 feet. It is still working, and gives a force of 1500 11. P., with a flow of 300 litres of water per second. —Warren ton, Va., and Charleston, W. Va., have been, it is reported, attacked with the water-works fever. Also Fort Valley. Ga. — Plans for…

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