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Invercargill is the chief town in the Southland District, and has a population of between ten and eleven thousand. It is the starting point of five important railways, including one to the celebrated Southern Lakes; another to Dunedin and…

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From the summits of Mount Cook and Mount Tasman, the two noblest mountains in Australasia, come the mighty avalanches that swell the volume of the wonderful Hochstetter Glacier, making of it one of the most impressive sights in the Southern Alps. The…

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Dunedin, the capital city of Otago, was established by a Scotch company in 1848, and is situated at the head of Otago Harbour, nine miles distant from its seaport, Port Chalmers. Otago Harbour has been greatly deepened by dredging during the past…

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We are standing on the eastern shore of Milford Sound, and looking across at one of the giant sentinels that guard the loveliest of all New Zealand's Sounds. Mitre Peak, 5560 feet, shows here its precipitous end, but its side view is still more…

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New Plymouth possesses the finest recreation ground in New Zealand, and the dainty little scene in the photograph is but one of the many to be found therein. Covering an area. of about 45 acres, it forms both a public garden and a sports reserve. Its…

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Looking southwards from the Queen's Park, Wellington, a very fine panoramic view is to be had of the whole of the city and the surrounding hill suburbs. The signal station is situated on the highest point of the mountain range, in the background,…

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One of the chief excursions from the City of Wellington, and certainly one of the most interesting in the colony, is the railway ride over the Rimutakas. Although the line can in no way compare with the wonderful engineering enterprises in the Rocky…

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Queenstown, the sanatorium of the South, is a beautifully situated town on the eastern shores of Lake Wakatipu, 196 miles north-west of Dunedin. It nestles under the shadow of high hills, and steps down gentle terraces left and right to meet the blue…

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The most impressive sight in the Geyser Valley at wairakei it the Champagne Cauldron, so named because of the exquisite sparkle of its ever-boiling contents. The huge opening in the ground is 83 feet in depth, and measures 60 feet by 80 feet from lip…