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Page 711 - ness hours: 9 am to 3 pm; Saturdays, 9 am to 12 m. Harry P. Jone», (Office vacant) Ям>«аг- • "• • Board of Investment. PD 8, Part I. STATEMENT OF CONDITION, OCTOBER 31, 1932 Aatets Public funde, bond« and note« . $1.593,646 67 Railroad bonds and notes . . 677, 156 25 Street railway bonda . . . 146.000 00 Boston Terminal Co.
Page 45 - Ten miles of pipe varying from 2 to 14 inches in diameter, have been laid, extending to different parts of the city* The Company are able to furnish 150,000 cubic feet of gas every 24 hours, though the pipes are of sufficient capacity and strength, for doubte that amount.