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Nā te ara tereina i moe ai, kei raro te mīra ō Clyde Lumber e puta ana.

Kāhore ā Kiwirail e whakaora anō i te ara tereina i waenga i Tūranga me Ahuriri, nō kōnā, ka torongi te mira ō Clyde Lumber.

Noa iho nga kaimahi i te mire. Kua tohotohungia ratou kia whai mahi ano ki tetahi atu waahi.

E ai ki tetahi o nga kaimahi, kahore i te pai te kawe rakau ma te taraka i runga i te rori na te nui o te utu. A, na te ropu o Kiwirail i whiriwhiri ai kia kore e whakaora ano i te ara, kahore e taea te kawe rakau ma runga i nga tereina.

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