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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 14, Issue 3 (June 1, 1939)


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A Circus Special 43
A Rare New Zealand Bird 47
About a New Zealand Battlefield 2324
Among the Books 4546
Buy New Zealand Goods 913
Capture of the brig “Haweis” 3840
Editorial–Contrasts 7
Everybody's Wooing It 5051
Exihibition Inhibitions 3435
From Mine to Health 1549
General Manager's Message 8
New Zealand Anthem 2021
New Zealand Verse 37
Our London Letter 2527
Our Women's Section 5759
Panorama of the Playground 6364
Picture from Lakeland 5455
The Motorist Sits Back 2931
The Mountain comes to Mahomet 6061
Those Naked Hills 1719
“Unclimbed New Zealand” 41
Wit and Humour 62

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All communications should be addressed to The Editor, New Zealand Railways Magazine, Wellington.

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Controller and Auditor-General.


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“A Snow of Blossoms.” The Clematis—a nature study in the New Zealand bush, by Thelma R. Kent.

“A Snow of Blossoms.”
The Clematis—a nature study in the New Zealand bush, by Thelma R. Kent.