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Arthur Robert William Fulton

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Arthur Robert William Fulton (1853-1889)

1890 Obituary [1]

. . . . In July, 1881, Mr. Fulton entered the service of the New South Wales Government, and was engaged on the survey for the Goulburn and Cooma Railway, but less than a year later he returned to New Zealand to take up the position of Resident Engineer on the Southern Section, 36 miles in length, of the Wellington and Manawatu Railway, New Zealand, . . . [more]

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