SHUI-KOW WATER SUPPLY. 387
This town was unlike any which I had seen on the plains. There was something new in its piles of buildings, towering story above story, and in its picturesque situations; and here, too, I found that a water system had been elaborated out of a complex
CHINESE PLOUGH, FUKIEN PROVINCE.
j^nes of bamboo pipes and gutters, which passed from AUse to house, and brought constant supplies of 'vater from a spring more than a mile away, in the hills.
At Shui kow I hired a arapid-boata to take usAt Shui kow I hired a a rapid-boata to take us