The New England Convention

Issue 13 and Volume 76.

The New England Convention With a splendid history of achievement behind it and with every prospect of prosperity and healthy growth before it, the New England Water Works Association enters upon its forty-third year and will hold its forty-third annual convention next week at Rochester, N. Y. The program as published in this week’s issue on page 691 demonstrates that the association is wide awake to the necessity of presenting practical papers for discussion and also for allowing plenty of latitude to the members for analyzing these papers from the floor of the convention after they have been read. In fact, this one feature of the New England Association’s conventions is most striking—the amount and general participation in discussions by its members. Possibly one reason for this is the fact of the association’s frequent meetings, in which the members get to know each other so well that the convention becomes…

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