When people in real life marry, they generally hunt up somebody in their own station

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“When people in real life marry, they generally hunt up somebody in their own station. A fellow usually picks out a girl who went to the same high-school and belonged to the same singing society that he did.”
(a) Who is speaking and to whom?
(b) Where does the conversation take place?
© What do you understand by ‘in their own station’?


#2

(a) John A Pescud is speaking to the narrator.
(b) The conversation takes place in the chair car of a train.
© It means at their own social level or in their own social class.