Fire and Water Jottings.

Issue 20 and Volume 1892 11.

Fire and Water Jottings. (From our Regular Correspondent.) GEORGETOWN, Ky.—The Georgetown water-works and electric plant was sold for $3525. COVINGTON, Ky.—At the last meeting of the board of water-works commissioners claims amounting to $3500 were allowed; also $10,000 were given to the city as dividend; several squares of water mains were ordered laid. Supt. W. II. Glore was delegated to attend the water-works convention to he held at New York city May 17. MII.I.DAI.K, KY.The new water mains now being laid arc nearing completion, and in a short time the citizens will he made happy. HICKMAN, Ky.—The wagon factory of Hertwick, Boltner & Co. has been consumed by fire. Loss, $20,000. ELYRIA, O.—The wood-working department of the Topliff & Ely Co. burned yesterday morning. The Garford Bicycle Saddle Co. was partially destroyed. Loss, $25,000. CINCINNATI, O.—John Nolan, William Clark and John Hall, firemen of engine No. 23, anil Fred Leroy,…

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