Issue 18 and Volume 31.

WATERWORKS ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS. (FROM SPECIAL REPORTS TO FIRE AND WATER.) The Monroe, La., plant is to be sold. New twelve and sixteen-inch pipe is to be laid at Butler, Pa. William Wheeler is now superintendent of waterworks at Victoria, Tex. The filtration plant of the Columbia, Pa., Water company will soon be begun. George E. Spicer succeeds Fred L. Hall as water commissioner at Carthage, N. Y. The waterworks system of West Union, Ia., shows a surplus of $1,150.16 for 1901. William Reed has been elected superintendent of the waterworks at Kalamazoo, Mich. There are 192 meters in use in Lancaster, N. Y.— quite a fair showing for a village of its size. The Chartiers Valley company, of Pittsburgh, Pa., has declared a dividend of two per cent. The Barr Pumping Engine company, of Philadelphia, is instaling the new engine at Harrisburg, Pa. B. P. Lonsbury is building…

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