Punch,  27 (1854), 142.

The Sanitary To-morrow





Sanitation, Disease, Engineering, Government

    Notes that with falling temperatures, the 'prevailing epidemic' of cholera has declined and thus reduced the fears of the 'Boards of Guardians and Parochial, and Municipal authorities'. Observes that while the necessity for such sanitary measures as drain building will abate, 'the ensusing season is the proper time for abating nuisances', while ratepayers believe there is time for the latter task 'another day'.

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