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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 14, Issue 7 (October 2, 1939)


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A Quaint Character of Early Otago 2931
Among the Books 4951
Beauty and the Boast 6061
Buy New Zealand Goods 1014
Colour at Waitangi 41
Editorial-Hope 7
General Manager's Message 8
New Zealand Verse 18
On Making a Choice 4347
Our London Letter 2324
Our Women's Section 5759
Panorama of the Playground 5455
Picturesque Morere 35
Romantic Golden Bay 3739
The Cliff Drive at Katoomba 34
“The Line is now open for Traffic” 1516
The Manawatu Show of 1939 2528
The Tragic Story of the “Boyd” 1922
What are Whitebait? 6263
Wit and Humour 64

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Controller and Auditor-General


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“An emerald lake now shimmers in the blaze.” Beautiful Lake Waikareiti, North Island, New Zealand. (Photo., H. Farmer McDonald).

“An emerald lake now shimmers in the blaze.”
Beautiful Lake Waikareiti, North Island, New Zealand.
(Photo., H. Farmer McDonald).