Issue 21 and Volume 37.

WATERWORKS ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS From Special Reports to FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING. The new $100,000 filtration plant at Reading, Pa., is in working order. The San Mateo, Cal., Water company may sell its system to the city. David Morey is appointed superintendent of the Troy, N. Y., waterworks. The new reservoir at Fort Benton will be of 225,000-gallon capacity. Minnesota Point will soon be supplied with water from Duluth, Minn. rnelix Pridy is now superintendent of waterworks at Springfield, 111. The new pump at Newcastle, Ind., has a capacity of 2,500,000 gallons. Santa Ana, Cal., has installed a 200-horsepower pump at the waterworks. The waterworks plant of Florence, Ala., is now the property of N. C. Kiting, of that place. I he successor of V. G. Glore as superintendent of waterworks at Covington, Ky., is Robert Netting. t he pumps at the new pumping station at Barberton, Ohio, have…

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