Issue 4 and Volume 1895 18.

JEROME PARK RESERVOIR CONTRACT. At a meeting of the Aqueduct Commission on Thursday last lawyers appeared to press the claim of Contractor O’Brien, who is the lowest bidder for the work of constructing the Jerome Park reservoir, but in this regard no decided action will he taken until today. The bids, which were opened two weeks ago, varied considerably in amount and were as follows:John O’Brien, $5,297,870; John B McDonald, $5,472,080; Andrew Onderdonk, $5,492,020; R. A. Malone, Sons & Co, $5,621,182; Ryan, Drake, McMullen Rodgers, $5,732,175; J. S. & D. D. Casement & Co., $6,067,447.50; John B. Westbrook, $6,086,110; J. P. Cranford & Sons, $6,195,440; Henry II. Brown, $6,442,850; Smith, Mason & Co., $6,722,295; Clinton Stephens. $6,768,700; Washburn & Washburn, $6,889,948; Stratford & Hawkes, $7,116,930; Isaac A. Hopper, $7,232,827.50; Crimmins, Hoffnmn & Co., and Ira A Shaler. $7 656,180; J. D. Leary, $9,459,180; Calvin K. Broad head, $10,773,470; B. F.…

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