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Delightful Daylesford and district : centre of the spa system of Australia, including the famous Hepburn and Deep mineral springs
Bib ID 619962
Format BookBook
Description Daylesford : Published on behalf of the Daylesford, Eganstown, and Hepburn Progress Associations by the "Advocate" Office, [1920?] 
42 p. : ill., 1 folded map ; 23 cm. 
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Subjects Daylesford Region (Vic.) -- Description and travel.
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