Issue 5 and Volume 38.

WATERWORKS ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS From Special Reports to FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING. Boone, Ia., has now an up-to-date waterworks system. Gloster, Md., has voted to extend its mains at a cost of $5,000. The new filter works at Lorain, Ohio, will have a capacity of 6,000,000 gallons. Fort Scott, Kan., now owns its waterworks system. It paid $131,000 for the plant. Last Grand Forks, Minn., has carried a bond issue for installing a system of waterworks. At Cleveland, Ohio, the water fund is not “milked” for other purposes outside of the waterworks system. The Owensboro, Tenn., waterworks system is to be improved by a pipe line. The water supply is to be pure. ‘1’he waterworks plant of Cleveland. Ohio, receives $75,000 a year from the city government for water used. Water is paid for by religious institutions. Jamestown. Pa., is contracting for a gravitywaterworks system with a reservoir and…

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