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

From a Satisfied Client

From a Satisfied Client.

In a letter to the District Traffic Manager, Dunedin, Mr. E. Wood, of the Otago Importers' and Shippers' Association, writes as follows:—

I feel I cannot let the opportunity pass without expressing my sincere and grateful thanks for all the assistance afforded me in arranging for the transport of the luggage of my friends (the Misses E. B. and Z. A. Farrow) to Auckland for transhipment to the Vancouver steamer by which they were passengers to Canada and the Homeland.

But particularly do I wish to thank those of your Officers who so kindly assisted in extricating my friends from what would have been a very awkward situation, owing to the fact that evidently in the excitement of saying good-bye at Dunedin they left their two small but important suitcases on the platform.

On their behalf as well as my own, I would specially desire to thank Mr. Dobson, guard on the Express, Mr. Craig, of the Luggage Department, and Mr. Pope, Stationmaster at Dunedin, in arranging to have them promptly forwarded to Wellington for delivery at Thorndon. I can assure you that I shall not readily forget the courtesy and efficiency shown by all concerned, and further that it will be a pleasure to let it be known, and so I trust give the N.Z.R. a good “boost” as from a satisfied client.