Issue 3 and Volume 1895 16.

SEWERAGE The contract for constructing seventy-four miles of sewers in San Antonio, Tex., was awarded to J. B. Hindry. Denver, at $331,209. Samuel M. Gray, consulting engineer, estimated the cost of the work at $342,886. There are seventy-four miles to be constructed. Bids for constructing a brick sewer in Van Dyke avenue from north of Jefferson avenue, Detroit, Mich., were received as follows: J. A. Merrier & Co., $11,405; Langley & Jeynes, $9,966; John Jeynes, $12,749. Rank & Fritz, $13,410; John Wagner, $10,060; W. H. Henderson, $11,891; tioeft & Borath, $11,423. Tne Buolic Works Committee of Allegheny, Pa., has recommended that the contracts be let as toltows : e Davis avenue sewer, to Sloan, Mcllvain & Ott Bros., $625.40; Benon street sewer, to Sloan, Mcllvain N Ott £-7^; and $342.50. Bids for constructing certain sewers in Newark, N.J., have been received front the following: T. Hughes James Flynn, H. Condon,…

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