Issue 8 and Volume 46.

WATERWORKS NEWS OF THE WEEK Dayton, Ohio, is suffering from a scarcity of water. Springfield, Mo., is discussing the proposal of building a $1,000,000 municipal water plant. Clovis, N. M., purchased the local company’s water plant for $20,000. Philadelphia, Pa., has its $600,000 high-pressure fire main system completed. Santa Cruz, Cal., is sinking several addi tional wells for its water supply. ST. JOHN, N. B.—J. H. Hague, local, received the contract for building an enginehouse. Mansfield, Ohio, is cleaning its reservoir as a precaution against the spread of typhoid fever. Considerable sickness in Rrockport, N. Y., is thought to be due to the water furnished by the local company. The Mount Royal, Md., pumping station was repaired at a cost of $120,000. New foundations-were necessary. Rochester, Minn., is to make use of the power furnished by the Zumbro river, which flows through the town. The Frederick, Md., News calls the…

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