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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 2 (June, 1926)



It was felt that the operations of the High way Boards were helping the Department.

Mr. Marshall said that North of Masterton there was now practically no opposition, and revenue had been augmented between Hastings and Ahuriri. Suggestion was frequently put forward that small lots should be carried pro rata. Mr. Greig found that the change in rate on benzine was helping the Railway. On the Fairlie Branch road competition in goods had disappeared. Mr. Pawson thought that some alteration might be made in regard to Southbridge passenger traffic. Mr. Wellsted was of opinion that in Taranaki everything reasonable had been done.