Gleason & Bailey, Seneca Falls, N. Y., are building another hose wagon lor the city of Auburn, N. Y.
A new company has been formed in New Jersey under the title of The General Manufacturing Company, with a capital of $2,500,000. The principal offices are in the Havemeyer Building, Church and Cortlandt streets, New York. The officers are Abner W. Pollard, President; Robert S. O’Laughlin, Vice-president; Louis A. Pollard, Treasurer; Ed. G. Kidder, Secretary; J. B. Cleaver, Business Manager. The manufacture of graphite bearings, wheels and axles, pulleys and hangers, etc., will be one department. Foundry, machine shop, and boiler shops work will be another department, where particular attention will be given to the manufacture of waer works plant and hydraulic engineering generally. The full high pressure system, as introduced by Ernest W. Naylor, a member of the American Society of Mechanical I5ngineers, into this country, will be made a specialty. Mr. Naylor will undertake the superintcndance of this department. Other manufactures will be added as may be deemed advisable. Works will be constructed at Bound Brook, N. J., as speedily as possible.