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Title: The sanitary news : healthy homes and healthy living : a weekly journal of sanitary science
Year: 1886 (1880s)
Subjects: Sanitation Sanitation
Publisher: Chicago : The Sanitary News
Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
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out as scavengers. The wells of the city are placed along thestreets, probably in a nook taken from two ad-joining compounds. The drain runs along justabove and very near, so that it is almost certainthat the water from the overloaded drain findseasy access to the well. There are springs ofgood water upon the mountain sides, within thewalls, and men make a business of supplyingwater, supposed to be from these springs, totheir customers. Samples have, however, beensent to me, together with other samples fromthe nearest well; it is hardly necessary to say thatI found them identically the same. Foreignersuse largely water taken from wells within theirown compounds, and great care is used in boil-ing and filtering the water. HOUSE DRAINAGE, SEWER GAS ANDFLUSHING TRAPS.—IV. CONCLUSION OF A PAPER READ BEFORE THE DENVER SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, JUNE 30, l886, BY H. C. LOWRIE, A MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY, Coming now to the small traps for basins,sinks and the like, the accompanying illustra-
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Fig. 5- tions, Figs. 5, 6, 7 and 8, exhibit in variousviews their appearance, construction and opera- tion.
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