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" Ward Two School,


1,500.00










" Highways per Const.,


35,000.00










' " Jackson st. Uodps ,
4 " Interest City Debt,


35,000.00










1,129,53










' " G & E. Extension


35,000.00










4 " G. & E. Interest


24759










" Oakdale School


9,000.00
1177,877.12







$18,000.0U

36,000.00

9.0UX00

78^0000

1,129-53

35,00000

24759



$177,877.12



LOANS— TEMPORARY



1906
Dec. 1.— To Balance,

1907
Oct. 31. — Loans to date,



1907
$200,000.00 Nov. 30.— Loans Paid to date, $556,000.00

600.000.00 Nov. 30.— Loans Outstanding, 245,000.00



$6u0,000.00



$800,000.00



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REPORT OF CITY AUDITOR



367



TAXES

Thomas F. McCabe, Tax Collector, in Account with City of Holyoke.

1903,
1903,
1904,
1904,
1905,
1905,
1906,
1906,
1907,
1907,

1907,
1904,
1905,
1904,
1905,
1906,
1906,
1903,
1904,
1905,
1906,
1907,



1906








1907






Dec 1.-


-Balance Due, Taxes,


1903,


$ 203.92


Not. 80.


—Receipts,


Taxes,


"


Balance Due, Taxes,


1904,


2,069.17


"


Abated, Taxes,


"


Balance Dae, Taxes,


1905,


27348.10


"


Receipts,


Taxes,


"


Balance Due, Taxes,


1906, 1


110,354.68


"


Abated, Taxes,


"


Addit'l Asst., Taxes,


1906,1


555.50


14


Receipts,


, Tsxes,


"


Total Lxry, Taxes,


1907,


803,042-35


"


Abated, Taxes,


"


St. Ry. Excise Taxes,


1907,


8,901.12


"


Receipts,


Taxes,


"


Bal. Mdewalk Ass't,


1904,


5265


•'


Abated, Taxes,


"


Bal. Sidewalk Ass's


190*,


1,097.75


"


Receipts,


Taxes,


"


Bal. Sewers, Ass't,


1904,


768.10


"


Abated, Taxes,


"


Bal. Sewers, Ass't,


1905,


2,759.20


"


Abated St. Ry.,


1907








**


Excise Tax,


Mar. 22


—Sidewalk Ass't,


1908,


8,193.72


"


Receipts,


Sidewalk,


July 2


—Sewers, Ais't,


1906,


6,42419


"


Receipts,


Sidewalk,


Not.30— Interest paid to date,




4,909.29


"


Receipts,


Sewers,










"


Receipts,


Sewers,










4 *


Receipts,


Sidewalk,










■'


Receipts,


Sewers,










•'


Receipts,


Int. Tsxes,










"


Receipts,


Int. Taxes,










11


Receipts,


Int. Taxes,










'•


Receipts,


Int. Taxes,










"


Receipts,


Int. Tax s,












Outstandi


ing




1966,979.74





Summary Ui\coi-lecied Taxes and Assessments



1904,
1905,
1906,
1907,
1904,
1905,
1906,
1904,
1905,
1906,



Taxes,
Taxes,
Taxes,
Taxes,

Sidewalks, Assessment,
Sidewalks, Assessment,
Sidewalks, Assessment,
Sewers, Assessment,
Sewers, Assessment,
Sewers, Assessment,
Total uncollected,



$ 198.78

2,043.72

35,962.80

143,430.64

19.33

583.68

1,120.70

40.80

1,782.70

4,616.60



$ 8914

114-78

99019

880.20

22,94152

2,362.86

73,249,53

1,697.85

662,189.61

912.46

410.76

33.32

514.07

72730

976.50

2,07302

1,807.59

200

33.55

2,370.50

2,449.23

5401

189,799.75

1966,679.74



$189,799.75



Pierre Bonvouloir, City Treasurer, Sidewalk and Sewer Assessments.



1906

Dec 1. - Bal. Sidewalk Assessment,
Bal. Sidewalk Assessment,
" Bal. Sidewalk Assessment,
" Bal. Sewer Assessment,
Bal. Sewer Assessment,



1901,
1902,
1903,
1902,
1908,



$ 1251

4.99

324.96

9509

85.00

$52254



1907
Nov. J



>.— Receipts, Sidewalks,
Receipts, Sidewalks,
Sewers,
Outstanding,



1901,
1903,
1902,



$ 1.00

184.31

10.00

32723



$522.54



Summary Uncollected Sidewalk and Sewer Assessments



Sidewalk Assessment, 1901,

Sidewalk Assessment, 19( 2,

Sidewalk Assessment, 1903,

Sidewalk Sewer, Assessment, 1902,

Sidewalk Sewer, Assessment, 1903,



$ 11.51

4.99

140.64

85.09

85.00

$327.2a



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368 REPORT OF CITY AUDITOR

ANNUAL NET DEBT STATEMENT.

The following table shows the net debt at the close of
each municipal year beginning with 1897:
Year. Net Debt. Increase. Decrease.

1897 $1,503,990

1898 1,603,990 $100,000

1899 1,462,772 $141,218

1900 1,589,868 127,096

1901 1,494,929 94,939

1902 1,451,946 42^83

1903 2,144,432 692,486

1904 2,061,574 82,858

1905 2,216,221 154,647

1906 2,178,417 37,804

1907 2,202,720 24,303

Additions to the Sinking Funds during the year were
as follows: For water debt, $13,178.40; city debt (exclu-
sive of loan payments), $59,917.53; total, $73,095.93. To
retire serial bonds, city debt, $42,500; Gas and Electric Plant
debt, $36,000; ten year bonds matured, $166,000. Grand
total payments to Sinking Funds and retiring of matured
bonds, $318,195.93.

There was borrowed during the year $176,500 for the
following named purposes: Parks, $18,000; City Yard
Building, $18,000; Engine House Addition, $7,000; Ward
Two School, $4,500 ; Sewers, Permanent Construction, $8.000 ;
New Fire Engine additional appropriation, $1,800; Side-
walks, $5,200; Highways, Permanent Construction, $35,000;
Jackson Street Underpass, $35,000; Oakdale School. $9,000;
Gas and Electric Extensions, $35,000.

Total payments on entire city debt including additions
to the Sinking Funds, $318,196; excess of payments over
loans, $141,696.

Respectfully submitted,

D. W. KENNEY,

City Auditor.



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Report of Water Board.



To the Honorable, the Major, and Board of Aldermen :

The Board of Water Commissioners respectfully pre-
sent the following as their report for the year ending De-
cember 31, 1907:

RECEIPTS.

Balance from 1906 $2,589.22

Water rents 122,421.72

Interest on meters 1,922.66

Service pipe 931.00

Interest on bank deposits 376.66

Materials and labor 2,714.31

Hay 421.79

Ice privilege and supervision 99.00

Apples 73.00

Wood 22.50

Lease of land to Holyoke Street Railway Co. 50.00

Rental of Connery farm 100.00

Scrap iron, etc 225.48

Sundries 79.10



$132,026.44



EXPENDITURES.



Main pipe extension and supplies $28,678.95

Service pipe extension and supplies 1,661.79

Main pipe repairs 858.33

Service pipe repairs 1 ,638.92

Hydrants 3,019.69



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370 REPORT OF WATER BOARD

Reservoirs:

Ashley and Wright Ponds, and Whiting

Street and High Service 11,557.14

Fomer 2,167.20

Supervision and inspection 9,382.53

Meters 4,475.82

Barn 3,873.31

Shop 4,748.65

Office 4,716.17

Engineering 2,877.50

William J. Murray (land) 1,900.00

Holyoke Schuetzen Bund (land) 1,000.00

Commissioners of Sinking Fund, City of Hol-
yoke, taxes 22,045.16

Interest on bonds 13,750.00

Transfer to Sinking Fund (Bonds due in 1913) 8,600.00

Transfer to Sinking Fund (Bonds due in 1927) 1,000.00

For all other purposes 3.302.80

Cash in Holyoke National Bank $182.08

Cash in Park National Bank 522.57

Cash on hand 67.83

772,-t*



$132,026.44



January 2, 1908.

I hereby certify that I have examined the cash book and
daily collection book of the Water Department for year end-
ing December 31, 1907; found them correctly added and the
vouchers for payment properly approved. The cash balance.
$772.48, has been duly verified.

D. W. KENNEY.

Citv Auditor.



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REPORT OF WATER BOARD 37 1

The past year has been one of progress in the Depart-
ment both in the development of the system and in the in-
crease in the receipts over those of the previous year, not-
withstanding the reduction in the meter rates, for had the
three rate system, which previous to 1905 prevailed, our re-
ceipts would have been $3,159.68 more. This amount
equally distributed among the metered water takers is so
much saved to them. The position taken by the Department
that the installing of 100 test meters would show a net gain
to the consumer should he buy his w r ater at the existing
meter rate has been sustained. But as the tw r elve months
test will not be completed until April no action will be taken
until this table is complete. The Department hopes to be
able then to reduce water rents by allowing this privilege,
or by reducing the present rates.

To change the rates and adopt a flat uniform rate the
same to all has been a study, not only here but in many
water departments. We feel we have succeeded along the
lines of gradual reduction in rates to the consumer, and a
gradual reduction of waste, thereby saving to the Depart-
ment the waste which can be sold to meet loss in rates by
less actual consumption.

The report of the .Superintendent, covering the opera-
tions for the year, is respectfully submitted as a part of
the Board \s report.



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Report of the Superintendent.



To the Honorable Board of Water Commissioners.

Gentlemen: — I have the honor to present herewith the
thirty-sixth annual report of the Superintendent, covering
the operations of the year ending December 31. 1907.

The extensions to the distribution system will be found in
Table A of this report. The principal items of the exten-
sions consist of the work of laying a 20-inch main at the
Rock Cut and a 16-inch main on the Highlands. The 20-
inch main at the Rock Cut was laid from the Wright Pond
gate house to connect with the mains east of the new gate
house at the end of the canal, a distance of about 1650 feet,
at a total cost of $9,124.45. This main was laid for the
purpose of connecting the High Service Reservoir with the
distribution system and is intended to take the place of the
old 20-ineh main, laid in 1872, which is now at the bottom
of the canal in a condition unfit for use. By using this new
20-inch main the higher sections of the city may be sup-
plied directly through either of the 16-inch mains leading
from Ashley Ponds. The sections thus supplied from the
High Service Reservoir will include Elmwood. as far east-
erly as the corner of Brown avenue and South street, the
whole of Oakdale north and west of Beech street, the higher
elevations of the city in the vicinity of the High School and
the whole of the Highlands south of the Hey wood home-
stead on Northampton street, and westerly of School street.
By the use of this 20-inch main it is also possible to discharge
the water from the Fomer Reservoir directly into the mains
leading from Ashley Pond. But when this is done the High
Service Reservoir cannot be used. In order to use both the
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REPORT OF WATER BOARD 373

a new main must first be laid from the foot of the High Ser-
vice hill to connect with the mains below the new gate house.
By the use of this new main it is also possible to supply the
city without Ashley Pond by using the water of Pomer and
the water from the Whiting Street Reservoir or by the use
of the High Service Reservoir and the Whiting ,Street Re-
servoir. Since the High Service was turned on the pressure
has been taken on several hydrants and will be found in a
table on another page of this report.

The 16-inch main on the Highlands was laid from the
intersection of Madison avenue with Nonotuck street
through Nonotuck street. Highland avenue, Pleasant street
and Lincoln street to connect with a 12-inch main at the
intersection of Lincoln and Hampden streets, a distance of
4.149 feet, at a total cost of $11,714.39. This main was laid
for the purpose of conveying the water of the Whiting
Street Reservoir to the lower sections of the city w r hen the
High Service Reservoir is supplying Elmwood and the High-
lands.

The minor extensions consist of laying a 6-inch main
in Pleasant street from Amherst street to Princeton street,
a distance of 514 feet, at a cost of $546.59; of constructing a
By-pass around the meter house at the Whiting Street Re-
servoir at a cost of $402.19: of laying an 8-inch main on
Winter street from Appleton street to the Barlow Mnufac-
turing Company plant, a distance of 393 feet, at a cost of
$724.17; of laying a 6-inch main in Pinehurst street, from
Sargeant street to Franklin street, a distance of 259 feet, at
a cost of $260.48; of laying a temporary 2-inch main in Yale
street, from Pleasant street to the Atherton house, a distance
of 336 feet, at a cost of $121.95, and a temporary 2-inch
main in Xewton Place from Suffolk street north, a distance
of 20 feet, at a cost of $60.59.

Constant vigilance on the part of the watchmen at the
Ponds is required to maintain the purity of the waters and
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374 REPORT OF WATER BOARD

screens must be kept free from obstruction by ice in winter
or by leaves or other debris during the spring, summer or
fall ; the edges of the ponds must be cleaned of all unhealthy
and unsightly matter; the roads through and around the
ponds must be kept safe and inviting to the public and the
meters on the large mains must be given care and attention.
Such work is expensive, when the immense area to be
covered is considered, but it is as indispensable as the main-
tenance of the distribution system. If "an ounce of pre-
vention is worth a pound of cure" the Department can bet-
ter afford to employ men to prevent pollution of its reser-
voirs than the people can afford to pay doctors to cure dis-
ease resulting from drinking impure water.



RECOMMENDATIONS.

For the purpose of increasing the pressure and afford-
ing better facilities for fighting fire, I would suggest that
some of the smaller mains in Ward One and also in Ward
Two be replaced by mains of greater diameter and that as
many of the dead ends be removed as your finances will
allow, by extending the mains to complete the circulation.

I wish to call your attention particularly to mains in
Mosher, Bowers, Center and Dwight streets in Ward One,
which are located in a very thickly settled portion of the
city, and which would prove decidedly inadequate for fire
purposes. In Ward Two the 8-inch pipe in Sargeant street
now ending at Park street should be extended to connect
with the dead end of an 8-inch main near Summer street.
In Spring street and in Hamilton street there are dead ends
which should be connected with the main in Race street and
the main in Park street.

A new main should be laid from Mount Marie Institu-
tion to Brightside Institution, a distance of about 1,275 feet
through private land to afford better fire protecton to
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REPORT OF WATER BOARD 375

At the present time Mt. St. Vincent is supplied from a
4-inch main that extends from Northampton street through
the Mt .St. Vincent property to the City Farm. This main
should be replaced by a main of greater diameter during
the coming year. When this is done all the buildings south
of the Whiting farm should be supplied from the Ashley
Ponds through the main in Homestead avenue.

The main in Longwood avenue should be extended to ac-
commodate the buildings now being erected.

I would also suggest that a fountain for the purpose of
aeration be constructed below the upper Whiting ,Street
Reservoir as recommended by Mr. Allen Hazen, C. E.

There is plenty opportunity for improvement at the
several reservoirs and I would suggest that as much of this
work be done during the coming year as your finances will
permit. For instance, a new road might be built to the
High Service Reservoir, eliminating steep grades and mak-
ing the Reservoir more accessible ; some of the small swampy
ponds might be filled in, particularly the pond at the foot
of Bray hill and thereby destroy one of the anabaena incu-
bators; the embankments on either side of the canal at the
Rock Cut might be properly graded and sloped to prevent
the earth caving in and filling the canal; the dike near the
lower end of Ashley Pond and abutting the railroad might
be made water tight by placing a concrete core in the same ;
and the roads, dikes and highways that run through and
around the ponds might be raised to good advantage.

Much water that should enter the Whiting Street Re-
servoir is lost through the seams and rocks between the
Loomis Reservoir on the Mountain and the Whiting Street
Reservoir. In the winter when the reservoir is full this loss
is of no consequence, but in summer when the reservoir is
low the loss is particularly felt. I would suggest that mea-
sures be taken to improve the condition existing there and
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376 REPORT OF WATER BOARD

I would also suggest that steps be taken to purchase
land at Fomer where it is intended to build a storage reser-
voir. Should you find it possible to acquire the necessary
land at an early date the actual work of construction could
be commenced during the summer months and continued
from year to year as the weather permitted, and the funds
for the same could be taken from the general receipts of the
Department. The negotiations for the purchase of land
and the work of preparing the the plans could be going on
at the same time and everything could be in readiness to
start the work before June 1st next.

Respectfully submitted,

JOHN J. KIRKPATRICK,

Superintendent.



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REPORT OF WATER BOARD 377

HYDRANT PRESSURE TEST.

A test of the pressure at hydrants located at the inter-
section of the different streets throughout the city was made
by the Superintendent, with the High Service Reservoir in
operation, and his report follows:



Holyoke, Mass., November 25, 1907.

To the Honorable Board of Water Commissioners.

Gentlemen: — 1 submit for your consideration a table
showing the water pressure at the hydrants located near the
intersection of the streets throughout the city. These pres-
sures were taken with the High Service Reservoir in opera-
tion, and with the Whiting .Street lower Reservoir and the
Ashley Pond Reservoir furnishing water in conjunction to
the lower part of the city or to that part of the city not
supplied from the High Service Reservoir:

ASHLEY POND AND WHITING STREET LOWER
RESERVOIR SUPPLY.
Location of Hydrants. Pounds Pressure.

Adams and

Canal, S. W. corner 102

Bridge, S. E. corner 100

Main, N. E. corner 98

Park, N. W. corner 100

Summer, N. W. corner 101

Appleton street near the river 97

Appleton and

Beech, N. E. corner 61

Bigelow, S. E. corner 93

Bond, N. side 81

Bowers, N. W. corner 90



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378 REPORT OF WATER BOARD

Location of Hydrants. Pounds Pressure.

Canal, S. W. corner 95

Chestnut, N. E. corner 67

Elm, S. W. corner 64

High, S. E. corner 74

Main, N. W. corner 93

Maple, S. W. corner 69

Newton, S. E. corner 77

Pine, N. E. corner 62

Race, S. E. corner 94

Walnut, N. E. corner 63

Winter, S. E. corner 94

Brooks and Grant, S. W. corner 100

Cabot and

Bigelow, N. W. corner 93

Bond, S. side 82

Bridge, S. E. corner 98

Canal, N. E. corner 102

Chestnut, N. W. corner 67

East, N. E. corner 95

Elm, N. E. corner 64

High, S. E. corner 76

Maple, N. W. corner 72

Main, N. W. corner 94

Newton, N. W. corner 79

Race, N. E. corner 94

,Summer, S. W. corner 97

Canal and

Bridge, S. W. corner 94

Grover, S. E. corner 92

Main, N. E. corner 101

Summer, S. side 101

Cross and Main, S. W. corner 94



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REPORT OF WATER BOARD 379

Location of Hydrants. Pounds Pressure.

Dwight and

Beech, S. W. corner 66

Chestnut, N. E. corner 62

Elm, S. W. corner 62

Front, N. W. corner 80

High, S. E. corner 67

Linden, N. E. corner 62

Main, S. E. corner 94

Maple, N. E. corner 65

Oak, S. W. corner 63

Pine, N. W. corner 67

Race, ,S. W. corner 95

Railroad, S. W. corner 77

Walnut, S. E. corner ^

East Dwight and

Bowers, N. E. corner 73

Bridge, N. E. corner 93

Center, N. W. corner 85

East, N. E. corner 90

West, N. W. corner 81

Division and

High, S. E. corner 73

Railroad, S. W. corner 77

Ely and

Bowers, S. E. corner 90

Ely Court, N. W. corner 90

Summer, N. W. corner 94

Essex and

Bond, S. W. corner 81

Beech, S. E. corner 53

Chestnut, N. W. corner 67

Elm, N. W. corner 64

High, N. E. corner 75



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380 REPORT OF WATER BOARD

Location of Hydrants. Pounds Pressure.

Maple, S. W. corner 72

Newton, N. E. corner 78

Pine, N. W. corner 58

Walnut, S. W. corner 61

Fountain and

Chestnut, .S. W. corner 67

Elm, S. E. corner 69

Front, N. W. corner 81

High, N. W. corner 67

Maple, S. W. corner 65

Union, S. E. corner 78

Franklin and

Chestnut, N. E. corner 55

Commercial, N. W. corner 82

High, N. W. corner 70

Maple, N. W. corner 65

Hamilton and

Bridge, S. W. corner 100

Canal, S. W. corner 102

East, S. E. corner 100

Main, S. E. corner 98

Park, N. E. corner 99

Race, N. E. corner 97

Summer, N. W. corner 101

Hampden and

Chestnut, N. E. corner 66

Elm, S. W. corner 66

Front, N. W. corner 81

High, S. E. corner 66

Linden, S. E. corner 67

Maple, N. W. corner 66

Pine, N. E. corner 73

Prospect, N. E. corner 69



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REPORT OF WATER BOARD 38 1

Location of Hydrants. Pounds Pressure.

Walnut, ,S. E. corner 70

Washington, N. W. corner 50

Hampshire and

Chestnut, N. W. corner 63

Elm, N. W. corner 57

High, S. E. corner 76

Maple, X. E. corner 70

Hampshire Terrace and Northampton, S. E. corner 37

Highland avenue and Xonotuck, X. E. corner 35

Hitchcock and

Dexter, S. E. corner 25

Northampton, X. W. corner 25

Jackson and

Bridge, S. E. corner 102

Canal, S. W. corner 102

Commercial, X. W. corner 82

Maple. X. W. corner 65

Park, X. W. corner 102

Race, X. E. corner 98

Summer, S. W. corner 101

West end 94

James and Main, X. W. corner 105

Lincoln and Pleasant, X. E. corner 31

Lyman and

Bridge, X. W. corner 93

Canal, X. E. corner 94

Canal, N. W. corner 94

East, S. W. corner 93

Elm, S. W. corner 72

Chestnut, X. E. corner. 69

Ely Court, S. E. corner 93

Front, ,S. W. corner , 80



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382 REPORT OF WATER BOARD

Location of Hydrants. Pounds Pressure.

Grover, N. W. corner 94

High, S. W. corner 66

Maple, N. E. corner 66

Pine, S. W .corner 74

Prospect, S. E. corner 73

Walnut, S. W. corner 76

Madison avenue and Northampton, N. E. corner 32

Meadow and Main, S. W. corner 105

Mosher and

Bowers, S. E. corner 85

Bridge, N. E. corner 94

Canal, N. W. corner 95

Center, S. W. corner 87

East, S. W. corner 90

West, S. E. corner 84

Norfolk and High, N. W. corner 66

Northampton street at the Castle 36

Prew avenue and Temple, S. W. corner 67

Prospect and

Chestnut, S. E. corner 68

High, S. E. corner 75

Maple, S. W. corner 67

Pine, S. E. corner 77

Walnut, S. W. corner 78

River Terrace and Northampton street, N. E. corner. . 37

Ross avenue and Maple, S. W. corner 60

Samosett and

Center, N. W. corner 88

West, N. E. corner ". 81

Sargeant and

Bridge, S. E. corner 101

Canal, N. W. corner 101



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REPORT OF WATER BOARD 383

Location of Hydrants. Pounds Pressure.

Chestnut, N. E. corner 58

Elm, N. W. corner 50

High, N. E. corner 71

Main, S. W. corner 98

Maple, S. E. corner 66

Park, S. W. corner 101

Race, N. E .corner 97

Summer, N. E. corner 101

South and

Main, S. W. corner 103

Maple, N. W. corner 55

Spring and

Main, S. E. corner 94

Park, S. W. corner 94

Race, S. E. corner 94

Springfield Road

At end of line 102

Brightside entrance 100

Old Ferry road 98

No. 938 92

Upper Springfield Road, Griffin's Hill 70

Upper Springfield Road, near Mt. St. Vincent 61

Suffolk and

Beech, X. E. corner 64

Chestnut, N. W. corner 65

Elm, N. W. corner. 62

High, ,S. E. corner 72

Linden, N. E. corner 60

Maple, S. E. corner 68

Oak, X. W. corner 60

Pine, S. W. corner 66

Walnut, S. E. corner 64



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384 REPORT OF WATER BOARD

Location of Hydrants. Pounds Pressure.

Vernon and Main, N. W. corner 105

Vincent and Arthur, S. W. corner 80

Worcester Place and Commercial, N. W. corner 80

City Almshouse, West side 32

Brightside Institution 70

Mount Marie 35

Whiting Farm, upper Springfield Road 60



HIGH SERVICE RESERVOIR SUPPLY.

Allyn and

Arlington, S. E. corner 72

Nonotuck, N .W. corner 74

Northampton, S. E. corner 71

Pearl, S. W. corner 71

Pleasant, N. W. corner 74

Waldo, ,S. E. corner 73

Williams, N. W. corner 73

Amherst street at west end 83

Appleton and

Beech, S. W. corner 109

Dwight, S. W. corner 74

Linden, N. E. corner 105

Locust, N. E. corner 99

Oak, S. W. corner 107

Sycamore, S. E corner 91

Beacon avenue and

Canby, N, E. corner 75

Nonotuck, N. W. corner 75


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