Issue 24 and Volume 26.

NEW ENGLAND WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION. The quarterly meeting of the New England Water Works association will be held at Headquarters, Tremont Temple, on Wednesday, December 13, 1899. The following is the program: 9 a. m.—The rooms in Tremont Temple will be open for the use of members. 9:30.—Visit to Chestnut Hill reservoir and inspection of pumping engines and station. 12:30 p. m.—Meeting of the executive committee at the Headquarters, Tremont Temple. 1.—Lunch will be served at Young’s hotel. Tickets $1.50. 2—The following papers will be presented: “Discussion on the methods of removing vegetable organisms from water in Syracuse,” by Dr. Frederick 8. Hollis, biologist of the Metropolitan water works; “Covered reservoirs,” Freeman C. Coffin, C. E., Boston, Mass.; “A rumpus in collecting meter rates, causes,and consequences,” George F. Chace, superintendent, Taunton, Mass.; “The Glasgow water works,” James M. Gale, C. E., engineer-in-chief, loch Katrine water works, Glasgow, Scotland. Lantern slides…

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