Issue 4 and Volume 45.

Personal. John W. McKay, who has been acting chief engineer in Brooklyn, has been shifted to the borough of Richmond (Staten Island) new waterworks. His salary will continue to be $5,500. Herbert Heston, superintendent of the Pennsylvania Railroad company’s fire-protection service at Philadelphia, who has had a long siege of illness, is in excellent shape again. He contracted a severe cold in December, 1907. while directing a fire in the company’s sheds. It developed into pleuro-pneumonia, which confined Mr. Heston to his home until May last, when he again took command of his department.

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