Issue 11 and Volume 38.

WATERWORKS ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS From Special Beporta to FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING. Bellaire, W. Va., is installing a $27,500 filtration plant. Southeastern Grand Rapids, Mich., has a new waterworks standpipe. John Robinson, water and light commissioner at Austin, Tex., has resigned. Pike, N. Y., will probably install a gravity-water supply to cost $20,000. The standpipe of the Cleveland, Okla., waterworks plant is to be 110 feet high. Monticello, Ill., has passed a meter ordinance, to go into effect on January 1, 1906. At Ventura, Cal., the local water company is spending $20,000 in improving its plant. At Denton, Tex., 30,000 feet of two-inch, fourinch and six-inch pipe of the Universal brand has been contracted for. At Ann Arbor, Mich., near which a new well is being driven, it is expected that the supplywill be increased by 1,000,000 gallons a day. At Johnson City, Tenn., the Watauga Water company (formerly…

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