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ROTORUA HOT LAKES.

Agent-General Reeves has returned from a visit to the leading hot springs in Savoy (France), Switzerland, and the Rhine Valley. He considers that the Rotorua Spribgs compare favorably with those he has visited, and that the colonial springs have a great future before them as a social /attraction when they have been developed and are conducted by expert physicians, and the qualities of their waters have been analysed by a European expert of repute.

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ROTORUA HOT LAKES., Issue 10421, 16 September 1897

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ROTORUA HOT LAKES. Issue 10421, 16 September 1897

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