Issue 13 and Volume 1891 10.

WATER SUPPLY ITEMS. Attleboro, Mass., has just put in an eight-inch Union meter, through which the town supply is pumped. This is in addition to a four-inch Union meter that has been in use for the same purpose for some time. After October 1 the factories and other large industrial establishments at New Brunswick, N. J., will be charged a uniform water rate of $1 per 1000 cubic feet. At Berkeley, Cal., a preliminary report of Engineer W. G. Raymond, employed to make estimates on the cost, etc., of the proposed salt water system for the town, will be presented to the trustees at their next meeting. Mr. Raymond has made an exhaustive study of the subject, and has finally come to the conclusion that the system will only cost in the neighborhood of $60,000. Thomas Mott, the wealthiest citizen of Oswego, N. Y., died September 14, aged sixty-five. He…

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