Leadership

WATER WORKS NEWS

Issue 5 and Volume 69.

WATER WORKS NEWS It is planned to drill a series of permanent wells for the city of Barberto, Ohio, as the wells in the north end of the city are rapidly becoming exhausted. In others the water is too hard for domestic use. According to Alexander Archibald of the department of revenue and finance. Newark, N. J., the contemplated bond issue of $2,000,000 will be made for the further development of the Wanaque watershed. The offices of the Pitometer Company, hydraulic engineers, specializing in water waste surveys, formerly at 25 Elm Street, were removed on February 1. to the Hudson Terminal Building. 50 Church Street, New York City. The company will continue to maintain its district offices at Detroit and Kansas City. Montgomery, Ala., recently’ awarded a contract involving $110,000 for the sinking of four new artesian wells and necessary machinery. The work is to be started very soon, and…

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