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BATHING BEACHES

(To the Editor.) Sir,—While on holiday in Wellington I have visited all your beaches and I consider Worser Bay the best for bathing, also beauty. It certainly is not rightly named on those points, but there are two things that need attention. The ladies' convenience is so far from the .bathing shed, with high grass barring the way in. Also, there is the lack of drinking water. There is a pipe with half a tap which cannot be used, so local residents get pestered with folk asking for both these conveniences.—l am, etc., VISITOR.

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BATHING BEACHES, Evening Post, Volume CXXXIX, Issue 7, 9 January 1945

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BATHING BEACHES Evening Post, Volume CXXXIX, Issue 7, 9 January 1945

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