A RAILWAY MYSTERY.
TO THIS EDITOR. Sir, —Are any of your readers sufficiently inspired to inform me why it coats GO per cent, more to travel from Kensington crossing to Abbotsford and back than it does from Dunedin to Abbotsford and back, the latter being by nearly two miles the greater distance? There must bo spme very lucid explanation, no doubt; but minds of the ordinary type have probably not evolved sufficiently to detect the common sense In such a remarkable arrangement. — I am, eto., Sti riditv. Dunedin, June 14.
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A RAILWAY MYSTERY., Evening Star, Issue 7935, 17 June 1889
A RAILWAY MYSTERY. Evening Star, Issue 7935, 17 June 1889
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