Issue 15 and Volume 7.

PUBLIC WORKS —The construction of the new city hall at St. Louis is now an assured fact, the Mayor having signed the ordinance authorizing its building. It will cost $1,000,000. —John C. Campbell, formerly chief engineer of the Public Works Department of New York city, died on March 26 at his home in this city, aged seventy-two years. —Says The Gardner (Mass.) Journal: “The town of Orange has voted to put in a system of sewers, and the work is to be begun this spring. Now let Gardner gird up her loins and join the procession and move along with other progressive towns.” —The new sewerage system at Watkins, N. Y., will be flushed with surplus water from the plunge baths of the Glen Springs Sanatorium Company. —E. Delavan Smalley of Canastota is the engineer of the Watkins (N. Y.) Water-works and Sewerage System, and also of the Gouverneur (N.…

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