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RAILWAY RETURNS

The following are the traffic returns for the period ended 10th October, compared with the corresponding period last year, over the South Island main lines and branches ; 1914 ten. Passengers S. U. S. P.. First class 11.18:5 52,400 . 12,945 si,4fiS Second class 68,7i;4 IS2.KU 80.118 187,004 Total ... 09,887 2:14,504 73.063 241.472 low. Iwi Season tickets ... ._ ... rf.WO 7,010 Goode, live stock, etc. 70J357 4M93 Tons. Tons. Groin, wool merchandise, etc, .. 173,2'T 186.H25 Parcels, etc, 4(h7,t7 ST:US RevenuePassengers J29.657 £32,328 Parcels, hiwas*. and truils... 8,(564 8,038 Goods 50,005 Miscell iceo'is 2,'i3 2,205 Rents and cc:aial?«s2 ... 3.535 3,885 Xatal ii&5S3 £101,222

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RAILWAY RETURNS, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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RAILWAY RETURNS Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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