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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 8, Issue 3 (July 1, 1933)

Editorial Eavesdropping

Editorial Eavesdropping.

G. B. Lancaster, whose latest novel is reviewed elsewhere in this issue, is returning to New Zealand in September.

Stuart Peterson, one of our best black and white men, is now on the permanent staff of the “Free Lance,” and is wandering over many pages per issue in his usual effective style.

The correct pronunciation of Samuel Pepys is “Peppies,” not “Peeps.”

James Cowan has completed the MSS of a collection of South Sea Stories that will probably be published by Endeavour Press, Sydney.

Syd. Miller, the well known black and white artist of “Smith's,” has left that paper, and is now free lancing.

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