These papers are all pretty much alike from Auckland to Invercargill.
This handsome species was discovered at Invercargill by Professor Hutton.
I have records of its occurrence in abundance at various localities, from Napier southwards to Invercargill.
A few miles out from Invercargill, passed through vast level green expanses snowed over with sheep.
Dunedin is connected by rail with Christchurch northward and Invercargill southward, with numerous branches.
Invercargill became a municipality in 1871, and there are five suburban municipalities.
Invercargill was reached in cold wind and rain, yet the whole population was found assembled in the streets.
We called at Hobart en route, and landed at the Bluff, proceeding to Invercargill by rail.
The buildings of Invercargill are substantial and handsome, including several fairly good hotels.
The trees do not seem to have had time to grow up, and there is a crude, half-finished look about Invercargill.