EXODUS FROM WELLINGTON.
HEAVY HOLIDAY TRAFFIC. NORTHWARD TRAINS CROWDED. [BY TELEGRAPH. OWN CORRESPONDENT.] WELLINGTON. Thursday. There is evidently going to be a large exodus from Wellington for the holidays. The northbound trains are crowded and even over-crowded. There are alreadv very heavy northward bookings, and during the next two days the traffic promises to be still heavier. The booking for berths in the ferry steamers are also numerous. Picton and Nelson are also attracting holiday travellers, and numbers are bound for Mount Cook and the Southern lakes.
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