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Marineland NJ1800 Maxi-Jet Submersible Utility Pump, 38-Watt, 474 GPH
Marineland NJ1800 Maxi-Jet Submersible Utility Pump, 38-Watt, 474 GPH
High-efficiency, flow adjustable marine series pumps meet the most demanding requirements of saltwater and freshwater systems. Engineered to handle the capacities of our new deep dimension* corner-flo aquariums and our high-capacity acrylic sump filtration systems. They’re also more than a match for other brands of aquariums and sumps.- compact design optimized for maximum output with low power usage.- quiet operation with little or no heat. Motors self-protected against overheating.- able to run internal/submersible and external.- ul-listed. Truly stated flow rates.- all necessary attachment hardware supplied standard.- standardized npt fittings. Screened intake.

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William Mullholand Memorial Fountain - Griffith Park
William Mullholand Memorial Fountain - Griffith Park
Today, the William Mulholland Memorial Fountain serves as a not-quite-legal wading pool for children and a photogenic backdrop for wedding parties. Motorists see it as they whiz past the entrance to Griffith Park at Los Feliz Boulevard and Riverside Drive. But few stop and walk around its 90-foot-diameter reflection pool, or know much about the man it honors. Water appropriately shoots up from this memorial to William Mulholland, the man who built a concrete and steel river through the Mojave Desert and brought water to L.A.'s doorstep. August 1 will mark the anniversary of the memorial's dedication. Growth--explosive and unending--was the fondest wish of many local businesspeople, land owners and other civic leaders in Mulholland's time. They realized by the 1890s that water--which until then had come exclusively from the Los Angeles River and local wells--limited further development. Mulholland: The Man and His Work Mulholland, an Irish immigrant, was a self-taught engineer who became head of the city's Bureau of Water Works and Supply. He supported the plan of another local visionary, Fred Eaton, to redirect water from the Owens Valley, on the eastern slope of the Sierras. Employing 5,000 workers and 6,000 mules, Mulholland completed the 238-mile-long aquaduct in record time and under budget. The aquaduct, Mulholland estimated, would allow Los Angeles to grow from a quarter million people to 3 million. There are no fountains honoring Mulholland in the Owens Valley, however. For several years in the 1920s, the Owens Valley and Los Angeles were locked in a bitter water war that occasionally spilled beyond the editorial pages and courtrooms. Mulholland hired armed guards to patrol the aquaduct. Even so, it was dynamited numerous times. As recently as September 1976, the aquaduct was damaged by saboteurs after the Department of Water and Power announced plans to double its pumping of subsurface water from the Owens Valley. Shortly afterward, an arrow carrying a stick of dynamite and two blasting caps was shot at the Mulholland Memorial Fountain. No one was hurt and the dynamite did not explode. Ironically for the saboteur, the explosive-laden arrow landed in the water. A Sentimental Dedication But on Aug. 1, 1940, a warm Thursday evening, the water wars of the 1920s seemed safely in the past. Mulholland, who died in 1935, had outlived most of the controversy his career had generated. And the city had a grand new fountain to dedicate in his honor. Approximately 3,000 people spilled across Los Feliz Boulevard, some standing on the adjacent hill in Griffith Park. The Los Angeles Police Band played. The Civic Chorus sang. The Aquaduct Post Color Guard presented the flag. Mayor Fletcher Bowron accepted the fountain on behalf of the city, predicting that "as the crystal pureness of the water . . . radiates brilliantly in the sun . . . or shimmers in the colors of myriad electric lights," the fountain would help to develop "a greater civic pride, a more developed civic consciousness." Mulholland's granddaughter, Katherine Mulholland, was 17 years old at the time. She remembers her sister, Patricia, then nine years old, pushing a button to start the fountain. "That was quite dramatic," she said. An Appropriate Site Alongside Griffith Park The site was chosen for several reasons. It was located at one of the city's busiest and prettiest intersections. Furthermore, Mulholland had once lived there in a one-room wooden shack. The man who would build one of the world's great water projects was first employed by the water department as a ditch tender. His job was to keep the "zanja madre"--the city's main water ditch--clear of weeds and debris. Although a committee comprised of the city's elite oversaw construction of the fountain--and provided most of the funds for it--there was also considerable popular support. Many DWP employees made contributions through payroll deductions. Even school children were asked to donate (including Katherine Mulholland's classmates, which she found a little embarrassing at the time) to the $30,000 project. Over the next several decades, the fountain became a symbol of abundance--the good life, Los Angeles-style. Through a complex maze of timers and jets, the fountain--which operated between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m.--continually changed its shape, a water sculpture in motion. Color added to the spectacle. Lights played upon the water in ever-varying combinations. Commented newsman Ralph Story in a segment about the fountain on "Ralph Story's Los Angeles" that first aired on KNXT (Now KCBS, Channel 2) on Oct. 6, 1968, "The panel of relays, gears and vertical camshafts . . . produces not only light, but changing light . . . sending the fountain through the entire spectrum of color in a smooth continuous pattern." The 'Kool Aid' Fountain Some say these lights made the water look like Kool Aid. A colorized post card of the
£5 per Gallon!
£5 per Gallon!
When I passed this Petrol Station yesterday morning, they were charging 108.9p for a litre of unleaded. When I passed a few hours later, they had pumped the price up, not by a penny, but by 3 pence a litre! What a rip-off! For American viewers, that's about $10 a gallon! As for the cost of diesel...... --- Broxburn, West Lothian (May 2008). [Edit] May 2008 - 108.9p Jun 2008 - 114.9p Jul 2008 - 118.9p Aug 2008 - 114.9p - (going down!) Sep 2008 - 110.9p Oct 2008 - 107.9p Nov 2008 - 96.9p - (below a pound!) Dec 2008 - 90.9p Jan 2009 - 86.9p Feb 2009 - 85.9p Mar 2009 - 89.9p - (going back up) Apr 2009 - 92.9p May 2009 - 95.9p Jun 2009 - 99.9p Jul 2009 - 102.9p - (back up over a pound) Aug 2009 - 103.9p Sep 2009 - 105.9p Oct 2009 - 103.9p Nov 2009 - 107.9p Dec 2009 - 105.9p Jan 2010 - 110.9p Feb 2010 - 109.9p Mar 2010 - 118.9p - (up 9p in a month!) Apr 2010 - 120.9p May 2010 - 119.9p Jun 2010 - 116.9p Jul 2010 - 113.5p Aug 2010 - 114.5p Sep 2010 - 113.5p Oct 2010 - 115.5p Nov 2010 - 117.5p Dec 2010 - 122.5p Jan 2011 - 126.5p Feb 2011 - 127.5p Mar 2011 - 130.5p Apr 2011 - 134.5p May 2011 - 136.5p Jun 2011 - 135.5p Jul 2011 - 134.5p Aug 2011 - 135.5p

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Laguna PowerJet 1500 Electronic Fountain Pump Kit
The Laguna PowerJet 1500 High Performance Fountain/Waterfall Pump Kit contains everything you need to generate powerful water circulation and beautiful water display features. The kit features Laguna's revolutionary foam cartridge-free pump which now sits inside a cocoon-like cage that is designed to shield out dirt and debris and protects the pump from clogging. With this new design, the days of having to clean and replace foam cartridges are over. As always, the pump motor is unequalled in the pond industry for its ability to generate an astounding amount of water flow reliably and continuously at low energy-efficient costs. This is great news for consumers who are wary of costly hydro bills. You really get great bang for your buck. The Laguna PowerJet 1500 High Performance Fountain/Waterfall Pump Kit also includes other fantastic features, including two separate flow controls, each one allowing you to independently adjust the water flowing to the fountain and waterfall; an outlet for connecting to either a garden hose for backwashing or to a remote filter for additional filtration; and an extendable riser stem that can also be adjusted horizontally. As always, the kit comes with two fountainheads and Universal "Click-fit" hose couplings for fast and easy hose connections.

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