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THE THROUGH TRAINS.-Passengers This Day.

From Dunktitn for the South.—Misses Shannon, Lillie, Graham, Mesdames Burton and Oorl'pv, Messrs E. Ashcroft, J. M'Kenzic (M.H.R ), S.Percy Smith.gDr Hammond, Mrs Hammond, Mrs A. C. Beg* and 3on, Mr T. Denniston. Miss Mitchell, Mr R. Carle, Mrs Connor, Mrs Ponton, Mrs Hodge and family, MeHsrs J. M. Barret and J. B. Neale. Fob Dunedin [from the South. —Mr 0. Broadbent, Mr J. Smith, MrD. Dalziel, Mr W. Perry, Mr H. Chad wick, Mrs Turner, Mrs Tepelley and child, Miss Smart, Miss Buckley, Mrs D. Monson, Mrs Dixon and child, Mr D. Clark, Miss Woodward, Mr 0. Ciimmins, Mr J. Clark. Miss Keelage, Mr N. Murray ar.d daughter. Mr R. Morris, Mr J. C. Han is, Mr A. L. Wilson, Mr A. Taine, Mr W. Willis, Mr R. Small. MrD. Warnock, Mr A. D. Gillivery, Mr W. Copland, Mr O. Fainson. Mrs Telfar, Miss Johnston. Mr A. I). Sutherland, Mrs Baird and child, Mr R. Keith, Mr A. Tapper, Mr A. Campbell, Mr S. J. Dyer, Mr W. Dick, Mr ,T. Mitchell, Mr G. R. Davies. Mrs D. Walker, Miss Hay, Mr A. Coster, Miss Dick, Mrs Burton, Mr A. MTcod, Mr R. M'Dowell, Mr J. Matheson, Mr T. Bain, jun, From Dunedin for the North. Messrs Walter H. Pearson, William Wills, G. H. Press, Mis'-s Parnlam. For Dunediv from the North. Mess a Dymrck, H. Fairmoon, J. Allpress. T. J. M'Millac, T-. Bower, A. Murray, L. Mathew, P. Campbell. Sir and Mrs Sharks, Messrs M'Cibben, W. Lawry, H. J. Hall.

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THE THROUGH TRAINS.-Passengers This Day., Issue 7913, 22 May 1889

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THE THROUGH TRAINS.-Passengers This Day. Issue 7913, 22 May 1889

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