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Paint Shop Damaged by Fire at Seattle

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Storage Warehouse Fire in New York

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WATER RATES

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CONVENTION DATES

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WATER BUSINESS SPECIALS

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Kalamazoo Water Works

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FIRE BUSINESS SPECIALS

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Clinton Water Works Superintendent Favors Meter System

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Benefits and Economy of Motor Pumping Engines for Smaller Cities

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MOTOR APPARATUS NOTES

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FIRE DEPARTMENT DOINGS

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Pennsylvania Bulletin on Fire Prevention

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IN FAVOR OF MOTORIZATION.

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Factory Damaged at Ironton

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Water Case Rulings in Pennsylvania

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ACTION AGAINST FIRE ESCAPE BLOCKERS.

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FILTRATION

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Meterage at Douglas

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Fire Destroys Lumber Mill at Wausau

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I. A. F. E. CONVENTION.

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THE WATER WORKS PLANT AT YORK

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The San Gabriel Valley Sale

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FIRE AND WATER ENGINEERING

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OBITUARY

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The July Fire Loss

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Meterage and Sprinkling in Various Cities of New York State

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The Importance of Using High Grade Gas

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Receipts of the Beatrice Water Plant

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THE ALBANY BUREAU OF WATER

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Building Damaged by Fire at Dubuque

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IMPROVED CONDITIONS IN PITTSBURGH DUE TO METERAGE.

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RECENT PATENTS.

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FEATURES OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FIRE SERVICE

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Destruction of Fair Building at Danbury

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Fire Destroys Many Structures at Newhall

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PERSONALS

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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WATER WORKS NEWS ITEMS

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The Water Supply at Lima

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Newly Elected Chiefs

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Running Belts Spread Flames at Malt House in West Bend

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Lawrence Chief Recommends Improvements to Department

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Robinson Motor Apparatus Reporr

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METERAGE

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Millinery and Dry Goods Building Damaged at Rochester

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THE WHITE PLAINS FIRE DEPARTMENT

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS