Issue 8 and Volume 19.

LYNDONVILLE, VT. The village of Lyndonville, Vt., has taken warning by the great fire of November, 1894, and has expended $323 for a hose cart and 500 feet of hose, which will be housed in a building bought for the purpose. Its trustees have also spedfications for a hook and ladder truck, with 1,000 feet of hose and hose cart to cost about $15,000, at which, doubtless, the soul of Chief Engineer Knight will rejoice. The village has also been bonded for a water system, the water being supplied through a 10-inch pipe at the rate of 60 gallons per capita daily for a population of 4,000, and a fire protection sufficient to supply eight hydrants in union at 60 pounds working pressure. The reservoir, which is as near the village as practicable, gives nearly 150 pounds static pressure. The masonry dam forming the reservoir is 80 feet long and…

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