NEW ENOLAND WATERWORKS ASSOCIATION.
The December meeting of the New England Waterworks association will be held at Headquarters, Tremont Temple, Boston, on Wednesday, December 9, 1903. In the morning, by courtesy of Mr. Howard A. Carson, chief engineer of the Boston transit commission, members of the association will be given an opportunity to visit the East Boston tunnel, under Boston harbor, which is now substantially completed from Maverick square, East Boston, to Washington street at Court street in Boston. Members will assemble at the tunnel incline in Maverick street, East Boston, at 10:30 sharp, where they will be met by a representative of the Boston Transit Commission, and conducted through the tunnel. The program of the day’s proceedings is as follows: 10 a. m.—The rooms in Tremont Temple will be open for the use of members. 11:30 o’clock.—Meeting of the executive committee at the Headquarters, Tremont Temple. 1 o’clock p. m.—Lunch will be served at Hotel Brunswick, Copley square. 2 o’clock.—The following papers will be presented: “Notes on the building of a storage reservoir,” by W. H. Richards, engineer and superintendent of waterworks, New London. “Rainfall and run-offs from catchment areas” (illustrated), by L. M. Hastings, C. E, Cambridge, Mass. “Some notes on cost of waterproofing concrete lining of reservoirs,” by W. C. Hawley, general superintendent of the Pennsylvania Water company, Wiikinsburg, Pa.