Issue 4 and Volume 1895 18.

SOUTHAMPTON, R. I. The report of the Southampton Water Company for the first year of its existence, which has just ended, shows a total profit of $1,565.67. The amouot received from water rents was $4,976.99. The expenses, which include engineers’ wages, coal, etc., amount to $3,523.81, leaving the above stated profit. The capital stock of the company is $62,000. The works, mains, and fixtures cost $58,088.18. The land where the works are located consists of about forty acres, worth about $3,000.

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