Leadership

FIRE AND WATER

Issue 31 and Volume 1887 1.

FIRE AND WATER ONE of the incidents of the Apache outbreak in Arizona is the firing of the wooded mountains to prevent the United States troops from using the Heliograph signal flash. Has it come to this? “Lo! the poor Indian” becomes incendiary; another destroyer turned loose upon our unfortunate and dwindling forests. THE annual convention of the New England Water works Association, at Manchester, N. H., last week, was one of the most satisfactory which this useful and growing organization has ever held. Many interesting and instructive papers were read and discussed; the finances of the association were shown to Be in good condition, and a large number of representative men identified with water-works interests applied for and were admitted to membership. The association is to be congratulated upon the results of its past labors and upon the outlook for its future career. T APAN, in proportion to its…

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