Issue 25 and Volume 51.

EXHIBITS AT THE LOUISVILLE CONVENTION The names of the representatives of the manufacturers exhibiting their goods were given in the last issue of this journal. There was a large and attractive collection of waterworks appliances and supplies shown in the convention hall of the Seelbach Hotel, under the direction of Fred Bates. It embraced mam new and important devices, which received much attention front those present at the convention, Following is a full list of exhibits, with brief mention of the principal points of interest in each: The National Water Meter Company, New York, in its large and very attractive display of meters showed the new principle which it has adopted to its meters and which it calls the Magno-Seal. This is the invention of Lewis H. Nash, engineer of the company, and is considered remarkable, as being different in construction from any meter now in use. It is described…

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