Issue 19 and Volume 31.

WATERWORKS ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS. (FROM SPECIAL REPORTS TO FIRE AND WATER.) The water plant at Kahoka, Mo., is ready for use. Hennessey, Okla. Ter., is well satisfied with its new system. A water famine is looked for in Pittsburgh, Pa., this summer. The new reservoir at Atchison, Kan., will be 200 by 125 feet and sixteen feet deep. The water board has ordered 5,000 feet of mains for extensions at Binghamton, N. Y. At Madison, S. Dak., the water rentals for 1901 were $2,200$300 more than in 1900. R. W. Roberts, formerly city engineer of Saginaw, Mich., has again been appointed to that office. The average yearly amount paid for hydrants by New Orleans, La.; Memphis,Tenn., and Omaha, Neb., is $60. Jamestown, N. D., is making improvements to its plant, to cost $7,140, They include a standpipe and mains. Oxnard, Cal., has increased its plant by the purchase of…

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