New Jersey Water News.

Issue 2 and Volume 44.

New Jersey Water News. The Rahway board of health is investigating the drinking water here. After every rain Garwood sewage is said to be carried into the Rahway river, from which the local water company derives its drinking supply. The Garwood officials say that this can be avoided only by allowing to Garwood the use of the Cranford sewer.— The papers have all been made out and signed for the option on the land for the new borough waterworks at Haddonlield. I lie land contains nearly 30 acres; cost, $.5,400. Drilling will now begin for a test to ascertain the quantity and quality of the water. If the test proves satis factory, the work of installing the new plant will be pushed to completion. The time of the option is limited to one year.—The Public Service corporation is accused by the Belleville authorities of taking more of the township water…

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