Leadership

WATER SUPPLY

Issue 30 and Volume 1887 1.

WATER SUPPLY —Contractors and municipal officers will find it to their advantage to read the contracting intelligence in FIRE AND WATER every week. More items of interest to city and town authorities will he found in its columns than in any similar class paper published in the country. The subscription is only $3 per year, $1 for four months. —Seguin, Tex., will build water-works. —Lewiston, Ill., will put in water-works. —Herington, Kan., is negotiating for water-works. —Ashland, Neb., will have a system of water-works. —Carey, O., is considering the water-works question. —Bowie, Tex., wants bids for sinking an artesian well. —Clinton, Wis., is agitating the question of water-works. —Water-works are to be built at Windsor Locks, Conn. —Greensboro, N. C., has voted $100,000 for water-works. —Loup City, Neb., will vote«n the question of water-works. —Madison, Wis., will spend $15,000 for additional water mains. —Dayton, O., offers $50,000 water-works improvement bonds…

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