Issue 21 and Volume 8.

WATER SUPPLY —The Glasgow pipe founders are, according to English advices, on the alert in the hope that they may secure the order for a very large quantity of pipes wanted by the Corporation of Calcutta—a city to which immense quantities of such goods have been sent from the Clyde in bygone years. The present wants are—14,000 yards of 4-inch pipes, 18,830 yards of 3-inch and 12,270 yards of 2-inch pipes—all for water supply, the total length being upwards of 45,000 yards, or between twenty-five and twenty-six miles. —In the suit of D. M. Bradbury against the Indianapolis (Ind.) Water Company, Judge Howland has ruled in favor of the company. The outcome of the suit has been watched with interest by patrons of the water company. Mr. Bradbury, who has a large lawn surrounding his residence, understood that he was to pay $10 per year for the sprinkling privilege. The…

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