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ST. CLAIR BATHS.

TO THE EDITOR, Sir, — It would certainly be in the interests of those who frequent the above baths if what I believe to be the terms of the lease of them were more strictly enforced by the Caversham Council. In the lower part of the pool a number of stones have been allowed to accumulate. These ought to be cleaned out without delay. Whose duty, by the way, is it to see that the lower platform is kept clean ? One or two days this week I observed some bathers get exceedingly nasty spills that might have resulted in serious disablement. The coating of grease which caused the falls should be removed. This appears to be a subject of general complaint, —I am, eta., A Bather, Dunedin, October 11.

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ST. CLAIR BATHS., Evening Star, Issue 8035, 11 October 1889

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ST. CLAIR BATHS. Evening Star, Issue 8035, 11 October 1889

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