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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 9 (December 1, 1934)


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Among the Books 6263
Editorial—Comfort by Rail 7
Famous New Zealanders 2529
Fiordland Round Trip 4143
General Manager's Message 8
New Zealand Verse 17
Our London Letter 1456
Our Women's Section 5961
Pictures of N.Z. Life 39
Railway Vignettes, N.Z. 6
The Battlefields of Sport 5455
The Christmas Present 3035
The Ethics of Sportsmanship 57
The Genesis of a Great Junction 3637
The Wisdom of the Maori 45
This Christmas Caper 4647
Waitaki Hydro - Electric Scheme 13
Wellington's New Station 955
What the Royal Duke Will See 1923
Variety in Brief 64

The New Zealand Railways Magazine is on sale through the principal booksellers, or may be obtained post-free for 6/- per annum.

Employees of the Railway Department are invited to forward news items or articles bearing on railway affairs. The aim of contributors should be to supply interesting topical material tending generally towards the betterment of the service.

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Short stories, poetry, pen-and-ink sketches, etc., are invited from the general public upon New Zealand subjects.

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Deputy-Controller and Auditor-General.