Issue 9 and Volume 1893 14.

WELL DRILLING NOTES. They propose to have plenty of water at the Orange (Mass.) silver works. One well has been driven to a depth of 100 feet, and another is sixty five feet and going lower. If this does not give a sufficient amount still a third one will be sunk. It takes 4500 gallons a day to supply the works. Barrett & Webster of Orange are driving the wells. The Powow Hill (Mass.) Water Company has driven six wells recently, from which they are getting a good supply of pure flowing water at a depth of 106 feet. Scattered over an area of half a dozen acres at the city farm of Lowell, Mass., there are now forty-four driven wells that by the first of September will, if calculations go for anything, supply enough cold and pure water to quench the thirst of all the citizens of Lowell. I’he…

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