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The theory and practice of sanitation in country places, including the bacteriolytic tank system / by W. Ramsay Smith
Bib ID 503306
Format BookBook
Author
Smith, W. Ramsay (William Ramsay), 1859-1937
 
Edition 5th ed. 
Printer (Adelaide : R.E.E. Rogers, Government Printer)
Description [Adelaide : Dept. of Public Health], 1920 
36 p., 12 leaves of plates : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Series

Australian medical pamphlets.

Subjects Sewage disposal, Rural -- South Australia  |  Outhouses.  |  Sanitation -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors South Australia. Department of Public Health

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