Issue 15 and Volume 1888 4.

WATER SUPPLY. —Waterbury, Conn., is discussing the question of expending $230,000 on extensions to its water-works. —At Grafton, Mass., the water company is preparing to build a storage reservoir. —The Glenwood Light and Water Company has been formed at Glenwood Springs, Col., with a capital of $250,000. W. B. Devereaux can give particulars of proposed work. —The Mt. Pleasant (la.) water-works system is being enlarged and improved. —At Winona, Minn., where there has been difficulty in getting adequate fire pressure, a sand pump has now been put in service. — Redland, Cal., is complaining of both the quality and quantity of the water furnished by the waler company. —The Greeley (Col.) Reservoir and Irrigation Company, capital $100,000, has been incorporated by II. M. Devobe and others and will build water-works. — Chief Charlesworth of Haverhill, with a representative of Blake & Co., who are constructing the Bradford (Mass.) water-works, and…

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