Issue 12 and Volume 33.

WATERWORKS ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS. (FROM SPECIAL REPORTS TO FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING.) The daily consumption of water at Medina, N. Y., is about 350,000 gallons. Baraboo, Wis., will offer W. G. Maxy and H. G. Merrett $75,000 for their waterworks. Pocahontas, Ark., Light & Water company has been chartered, with a capital of $50,000. Broken Bow, Neb., has bonded itself to purchase the local waterworks system for $60,000. The $45,000 waterworks plant at Hammonton, N. J., is completed. The standpipe is 115 feet high. Southington, Conn., is exercised over the efforts of New Britain to increase its water supply. Middletown, Conn., has re-elected Mayor John C. Broatch superintendent of the waterworks. By an act of the legislature Gardiner, Me., has now the right to take over the local waterworks. The contract for waterworks at Quogue (L. I.), N. Y., has been awarded to L. J. Richardson company, of Owego,…

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