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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 4, Issue 12 (April 1, 1930)

Contents

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Contents

Page.
A Beautiful Fairy-like Cave on the Wanganui River (photo) 24
A Goods Train Crossing the Makatote Viaduct (photo) 3233
April Fool-ishness and Easter Ego-tism 1215
By Those Who Like Us 38
Editorial—Railways and the Public 78
Empire Farmers Tour the South Island (photos) 53
Enchanting Otehei Bay 4546
General Manager's Message 9
Index 5
In the Green Canyon 2528
New Zealand Welcomes Her New Governor-General (photos) 6
Organisation in Relation to the Railway Industry 1618
Our London Letter 2023
Our Women's Section 5762
Pictures of New Zealand Life 4143
Popular Annual Railways Picnic (photos) 47
Psychology in Industry 3437
Reservation of Seats 2931
“The Ever Desperate Runner, ‘Iron Horse’” 63
The Lubrication of Bearings 4951
The Phantom Ship (poem) 48
The Railways at Play (photos) 39
The Way We Go 5455
Wit and Humour 56
With the Empire Farmers in the South Island (photos) 19
World Affairs 1011

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.

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New Zealand Welcomes Her New Governor-General. (Rly. Publicity photos.) Enthusiastic scenes marked the arrival, at Wellington, 19th March, of Their Excellencies Lord and Lady Bledisloe—many thousands of Wellington citizens participating in a warm welcome to the Vice-Regal Party. The illustrations shew: (1) The address of welcome presented to Their Excellencies by Mr. J. W. McEwen, Chairman of the Wellington Harbour Board; (2) the Vice-Regal Party leaving the “Muritai” at Pipitea Wharf; (3) leaving the wharf for the civic reception at the Town Hall; (4) Their Excellencies greeted by the Mayor and Mayoress of Wellington (Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Troup); (5) Vice-Regal and Ministerial Party on Pipitea Wharf: (6) His Excellency and Major-General R. Young, G.O.C., New Zealand Military Forces; (7) and (8) the “swearing-in” ceremony at Parliament Buildings; (9) His Excellency inspecting the Guard of Honour; (10) general view of the proceedings at Parliament Buildings.

New Zealand Welcomes Her New Governor-General.
(Rly. Publicity photos.)
Enthusiastic scenes marked the arrival, at Wellington, 19th March, of Their Excellencies Lord and Lady Bledisloe—many thousands of Wellington citizens participating in a warm welcome to the Vice-Regal Party. The illustrations shew: (1) The address of welcome presented to Their Excellencies by Mr. J. W. McEwen, Chairman of the Wellington Harbour Board; (2) the Vice-Regal Party leaving the “Muritai” at Pipitea Wharf; (3) leaving the wharf for the civic reception at the Town Hall; (4) Their Excellencies greeted by the Mayor and Mayoress of Wellington (Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Troup); (5) Vice-Regal and Ministerial Party on Pipitea Wharf: (6) His Excellency and Major-General R. Young, G.O.C., New Zealand Military Forces; (7) and (8) the “swearing-in” ceremony at Parliament Buildings; (9) His Excellency inspecting the Guard of Honour; (10) general view of the proceedings at Parliament Buildings.