Issue 24 and Volume 30.

LATEST WATER NEWS. The Florence, N. Y., has been incorporated; capital, $50,000 The Winters, Tex., Waterworks company incorporated; capital, $10,000 The Delano Water compauy incorporated; capital, $10,000. The artesian well system at Elgin, Ill., will have five wells. Fred. Stehle has been appointed chief hydrant inspector in the waterworks department of Columbus, Ohio. Waterworks will be established at Phoenix, Ariz., at a cost of $20,000. J. P. Miller & Co., of Chicago, are the contractors. Underneath the city of Norwich, England, are numbers of brine springs, which were used for the preparation of salt even before the Christian era. The issue of $400,000 city of Jacksonville waterworks and improvement five per cent. gold bonds, maturing in 1924, has been sold to Townsend Scott & Son, of Baltimore, and Wilson, Calston & Co., of Baltimore, at $107,535—a net gross premium of $30,140. The river Jordan during its course falls 1,200 feet…

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