Issue 23 and Volume 38.

WATERWORKS ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS From Special Reports to FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING. Scottdale, Pa., has an exceptionally fine water supply. The water problem at Bristol, Tenn., seems to be nearer an end. The Franklin, Idaho, waterworks system will cost $10,000 to build. The proposed new water supply for Portersville Cal., will cost $50,000. The people of Troy, N. Y., are becoming wearied of simply discussing filtration. At Lincoln, Neb., the city’s water plant is growing, especially in the Antelope Valley. The filtration and pumping plant at West Springfield, Mass., will cost about $40,000. At Lewiston, Idaho, the Waha-Lewiston Land and Water company, with a capital of $200,000. The State sanatorium at Milledgeville, Ga., is putting in a private water supply, to cost $65,000. Nine miles of main canal are to be built near Klamath Falls, Ore., with headworks, sluices, etc. The probable cost of the new waterwoks system at…

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