Issue 13 and Volume 70.

WATER WORKS NEWS NOTE—Special Water Business News, with Proposals, etc., will be found on page 607.—EDITOR. A large dam is being constructed at Kulpsville, Ohio, for fire protection purposes. The board of commissioners of Paterson, N. J., recently awarded contracts for the extension of mains on five streets and avenues. A newly formed co-operation is the Prestonburg, Ohio, Water Company, with a capital of $30,000, the incorporators being G. C. Davis, H. D. Fitzpatrick and G. P. Archer, all of Prestonburg. Water was turned into the new mains laid by the department of water in Oswego, N. Y., on September 9. The trenching work in these new mains, which occupy the separate streets, was done by contract. A force of men has been repairing the dam for the Thomaston reservoir of the Plymouth, Conn., water system. The dam will be rip-rapped with stone and a stone gatehouse will replace the…

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