The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 11 (June 1, 1930)
|A Prize-winner Among New Zealand Station Gardens (photo)||16|
|Chichester's Home-coming (photos)||45|
|Empire Farmers on Tour||8–10|
|Empire Farmers Visit New Zealand's Thermal Wonderland (photos)||4|
|Historic “Hongi's Track” (photo)||49|
|More Madness and Fuddled Philosophy||41–44|
|Notable Railway Viaducts in New Zealand (photos)||24|
|Our London Letter||28–31|
|Our Women's Section||55–61|
|Pictures of New Zealand Life||46–47|
|The Bridge Builders||25–27|
|The “Daylight Limited” Express Travelling over the Makohine Viaduct (photo)||32–33|
|The Manganui-o-te-ao Viaduct (photo)||24|
|The Railways Their Users and Their Owners||14–23|
|The Way We Go||34–35|
|Wit and Humour||54|
New Zealand Railways Magazine.
The Audit Office, Wellington, N.Z., 10th March, 1930.
I hereby certify that the publisher's lists and other records disclose the average circulation of the “New Zealand Railways Magazine” for the twelve months ended February, 1930 as in excess of 23,500 copies per month during the whole of that period, and that during the months of January and February, 1930, the monthly circulation has increased to 24,000 copies.
Controller and Auditor-General.
Empire Farmers Visit New Zealand's Thermal Wonderland.
(Rly. Publicity photo.)
(1) Mr. Dynes Fulton (left) (Chairman of Directors of the New Zealand Co-op. Dairy Co., Ltd.) with Maori guide and members of the Australian farmers' party at Rotorua; (2) Guide Princess Rangi in the “Brain Pot,” Whakarewarewa; (3) members of Empire farmers' party at Wairoa geyser; (4) “throw a penny, please!” (5) group of Australian farmers at Guide Rangi's whare, Rotorua; (6) Maori giri waiting to dive for coins; (7) Empire farmers watching Papakura geyser in action; (8) and (9) members of the farmers' party at the model pa; (10) an interesting geyser phenomenon; (11) Maori boy, having dived for coins removes them from his mouth; (12) Guide Rangi with Australian farmers watching Pohutu geyser.