NEW YORK CONTINENTAL JEWELL FILTRATION COMPANY.

NEW YORK CONTINENTAL JEWELL FILTRATION COMPANY.

It is almost needless to write anything in praise of, or to exploit the New York Continental Jewell Filtration company. Its own works “praise it in the gate,” and month by month at least new installations by this farfamed company are recorded. Its gravity and pressure filters and its water-softening plants are being rapidly adopted all over the world. In the Antipodes, in the East Indies, in Austria, in Egypt, in Great Britain, in British America, in Mexico, in Trieste—the fair port of Italia Irredenta, outside of the United States; in the northern, southern, eastern, western and middle States of the Union these filter plants have been installed. In many they have been increased at least once, in some, twice or thrice. In a word, the company may well say with Virgil’s hero of old. “What region of the known world is not full of the results of our labors?” For government, municipal, industrial and railway work these filtration plants are most admirably suited and insure to all who use them soft and pure water provided by the company’s own scientific methods, which, being covered by the New York, Continental, Jewell, Warren, American, National and Blessing patents are immune from outside infringement. A notice of some of the officers of the company appears elsewhere.

NEW YORK CONTINENTAL JEWELL FILTRATION COMPANY.

NEW YORK CONTINENTAL JEWELL FILTRATION COMPANY.

The New York Continental Jewell Filtration company, of 15 Broad street;Manhattan, New York,reports an active business in filters for waterworks, manufacturing business, etc. The company has just completed the erection of a filter plant for the new building of the New Ycrk Stock Exchange, Manhattan, New York: also filter plants for the St. Andrew’s academy, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Beaver Valley Water company, Beaver Falls, Pa. It has also just received the contract for the new Y. M. C. A. building in West Twenty-third street, between Seventh and Eighth avenues, Manhattan, New York.

Pontianak, a town near the west coast of Dutch Borneo, East Indies, has been almost completely destroyed, with the loss of many lives.