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Title: Annual report
Year: 1869 (1860s)
Authors: Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association
Subjects: Methodist Episcopal Church
Publisher: [Ocean Grove, N.J.] : Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association of the Methodist Episcopal Church
Contributing Library: New Jersey State Library
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in the county or state. There are 118 arc lights, and they ran a total of 815 hours.135 new poles were erected. The commercial lights ran 1,081hours 45 minutes, and made 45,233 ampere hours. Lights werein Auditorium 44 nights, and ran 108 hours, averaging 860 lightsper night. Coal consumption for the past four years is as follows: Same period, 1894, – – ,500 1895, – – 4,700 1896, – – 2,000 1897, 2,200 Your committee have given much time, attention and careto the water and light systems and the constantly-recurring ques-tions incident to them, and are gratified to report that the plantsare in excellent condition and repair. The committee also desire at this time to express their sin-cere appreciation of the faithful and intelligent labors of ourchief-engineer, Mr. Turner, to our electrician, and both of theirassistants. You will observe, from the financial statement, that the totalreceipts for the year for water and electric light are ,404, and TWENTY ITY-EIGHTH ANNUM. REPORT. 63

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OCEA. N GROVE WATER-WORKS. 64 OCEAN GROVE, N. J. that the total expenses for both plants were ,,637 ; which,after crediting for street lighting ,250, Auditorium and publicbuildings ,000, and water for street sprinkling ,000, and allow-ing six per cent, interest on cost of both plants, we have a profitof 176/1000 of one per cent. This is getting profit down to finefigures ; but we must remember this class of street lighting wouldbe cheap at per lamp per year. This item would make thestreet lighting cost over ,000, while we have credited only,250. Observe also that over one hundred million gallons of waterare wasted per year. This loss charged at the rate of seven centsper thousand gallons would be ,000. This great waste is dueto defective plumbing, carelessness on the part of consumers, andthe absence of water meters. All of which is respectfully submitted by your committee foryour consideration and approval. T. J. Preston, A. H. De Haven, John E. Andrus. Licenses.รข

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Title: Haverford College Athletic Annual and 1900 Class book
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Haverford College. Class of 1900
Subjects: Haverford College – Students – Yearbooks
Publisher: Haverford, Pa : Haverford College
Contributing Library: Haverford College Library, Quaker and Special Collections
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Part I. ATHLETIC ANNUAL Edited bv James A. Babbitt. M.D.Part H. SENIOR CLASS BOOK Edited bv the Class of /goo

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N attempt was made in 1899 to makethe Athletic Annual more trulyindicative of general college life by theaddition of College and Class Depart-ments. This met with such approval thatwe have taken a step farther and assignedone half the space to the Senior Class tobe edited as a Senior Class Book in accord-ance with the custom of many of oursister institutions. This Department has been conducted bythe Class Committee entirely indepen-dently, and all credit or responsibility mustbe given to them alone. We trust our many friends and Alumniwill give this yearly report, now publishedfor the seventh time, the same cordialgreeting as in former years, and considerany failures of the present year as pre-paratory efforts for a strong athletic future. The editor would express his appreciationof the work of the Class of 1900 in prepa-ration of their department, and also renderthanks to Mr. Chase for photographicassistance. J. A. B. HaverfordCollegeJune I, igoo

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