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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 10 (February 1, 1930)

Contents

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Contents

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A Charming Scene near Cooper's Beach (photo) 39
By Those Who Like Us 37
Care of the Locomotive (photo) 25
Commerce Train Tour (Some Representative Opinions) 38-40
Current Comments 17
Departure of Popular Governor-General (photo) 4
Dr. O. Peltzer Wins the 880 yards Handicap at Wellington (photos) 61
Editorial—Winners 5-6
General Manager's Message 7-8
Hapuawhenua Viaduct 32-33
Kiln-Drying of Timber 23-24
Our London Letter 19-22
Our Women's Section 53-58
Pictures of New Zealand Life 46-47
Station Gardens in Canterbury 44-45
St. Pancras Station, London (photo) 18
Stewart Island 28-31
Superannuated Railwaymen 34-36
The Lubrication of Bearings 41-43
The Telephone 26-27
The Railways at Play (photos) 9
The Way We Go 49-51
The Wondrous West Coast 48
Things Big and Small 13-16
Wit and Humour 52
World Affairs 10-12

N.Z. Railways Magazine.

The Audit Office, Wellington, N.Z., 8th April, 1929.

I hereby certify that, after investigation of the publisher's lists and other records, the average circulation of the New Zealand Railways Magazine for the 12 months ended May, 1928, is in excess of 20,000 copies per month during the whole of that period and that, during the months of February and March, 1929, the circulation has increased to over 22,500 copies.

Controller and Auditor General.

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Departure Of Popular Governor-General. (Photos, Rly. Publicity and Mr. C. G. G. Berry.) His Excellency, Sir Charles Fergusson (the retiring Governor-General of New Zealand), and Lady Alice Fergusson sailed for England on 8th February. Below: Sir Charles Fergusson (right centre), with Guard of Honour on the Glasgow Wharf, Wellington, before departure for London. Above: The liner Rangitata with their Excellencies aboard leaving Wellington Harbour.

Departure Of Popular Governor-General.
(Photos, Rly. Publicity and Mr. C. G. G. Berry.)
His Excellency, Sir Charles Fergusson (the retiring Governor-General of New Zealand), and Lady Alice Fergusson sailed for England on 8th February. Below: Sir Charles Fergusson (right centre), with Guard of Honour on the Glasgow Wharf, Wellington, before departure for London. Above: The liner Rangitata with their Excellencies aboard leaving Wellington Harbour.