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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 13, Issue 11 (January 1, 1939)


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A Chat About Akaroa 6061
Among the Books 4547
An S.O. Essay, or Sermons in Stones 5051
Buy New Zealand Goods Because They Are the Best 1721
Developing All New Zealand 7
General Manager's Message 8
Holiday Highlights 3435
Little Waikare 911
Neil Edwards 4956
New Zealand's Gold Coast 1215
New Zealand's Lighthouse Service 2541
New Zealand Place Names 2931
New Zealand Verse 37
Our London Letter 2223
Our Women's Section 5759
Panorama of the Playground 6263
Storied Stones 3940
The Magic Island 5455
The Massacre at Mapoutahi Pa 4344
Wit and Humour 64

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Controller and Auditor-General


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“… the gleam—the shadow and the peace supreme!” —Wordsworth. Pool of Tapu: the lakelet on an island in Waikare-iti. See article, “Little Walkare,” page 9. (Photo. E. D. Burt.)

“… the gleam—the shadow and the peace supreme!”
Pool of Tapu: the lakelet on an island in Waikare-iti.
See article, “Little Walkare,” page 9.
(Photo. E. D. Burt.)