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28 El Correo de Chihuahua, April 14, 1908, 2, October 6, 1909, 1–2, and March 3, 1911, 1, 4. After the outbreak of the Revolution, the use of water meters was cancelled, because it was not considered fair for the users. It became known that before that there were houses that had fixed rates and other ones were charged according to water meters, violating the ordinance that made mandatory to pay according to the reading on the water meters. 29 Ahumada, Memoria de la Administración Pública (1900), 7.
2). Some authors even state that the Azoreans took their expertise across the Atlantic into Brazilian shores (Ribeiro 1998) but there is no real evidence of a dedicated whale hunt in the Azores in early modern times. In contrast, the occurrence of large whales close to shore and stranding events are often reported (Frutuoso 2005): [whales] reach the coast of the island [S. Miguel] sometimes, most on the north that on the south, especially on the coast of the place of Rabo de Peixe, where they are many sea beans, [which are] said to be a nice or natural delicacy to them (…) and given that, only the oil from them is availed (…) It is only after the seventeenth century that whaling starts to emerge as a local activity with economic relevance and it was under the influence of the American Yankee whalers (Reeves and Smith 2006) that a shore based whaling on its own right develops from the eighteenth to the twentieth century.
R. Ruiz It is not clear how the inhabitants of Chihuahua City managed to deal with this water quality problem, still there were reports that it continued well after the revolutionary uprising of 1910. Specifically on the summer of 1911 it is mentioned that there were some days that some parts of the city only had between 1 and 2 h of service, in which the “muddy water” could only be used for cleaning purposes and not for drinking. Moreover it was argued that since the construction of the dam the city was condemned to have lack of water and intestinal illnesses.