The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 5, Issue 8 (February 1, 1931)
Seeing that the Railway is a plaid out thing and every Little good to the Public as a carrying Concern, I am sure it would be better to scrap the whole turn out, sell the land to Chinan for a Market garden Let them have the Engines and trucks to cart their cabbage to Market with hoping this will meet your favour.
I am dear sir—–
Text of a letter received recently by the Suggestions and Inventions Committee of the New Zealand Railways Department from a Chinaman in the North Island.—Ed.
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