THE THROUGH TRAINS.-Passengers This Day.
From Dunedin for tiik South Mr C. M'Kenzie, Mr J. King, Mr Marr, Mr J. F. Harbour, Mr H. Carawell, Mr R. Gray, Mr F. Smith. Mies Matha&on, Mr J. D. Matheson, Mm Marr, Miss Mollison, Miss -Sproul. Miss Wau_h, Miss Cross, Mr C, F. J W;jxnted. Fob Pushpin kbom ihb fcoum. Mrs Butler, Mr Thomas, Mr Demston, Rev. Principal Rainy and Mrs Riiuy, Mr Andcrso.i, Mr John Reid, Mr J. Wiliiam», Rev. Mr Mr.rrisor, Mr T. 13. Metclfe, Mru (,'lisby. Miwura A. Steuhoarse, ?olomon, PI. Park, J. Mill, J. Kingblfti d, B. Thompson, Duncan, M'Pherson, W. Ktcmilant. Kp.om J/rjNEHTN ron TH2 Koßrn—Messrs T). Jones, 3. Kerr, G Buller, H. Grr, Wilaon, Hall, A. Stiiling, H. Nelson, H. Heymonson. For Timaru: Mr I). Wright. l'oa Dunkdin FnOM the KonTH. —Mr And'ew Yonn?, Mr Cray, Mr J. B. Keid, Mr George Garrett, Mr C. Blake, Hon. George M'f.oan, Mus Turton, Colonel Eichbaum, Mr W. Tyne.
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THE THROUGH TRAINS.-Passengers This Day., Evening Star, Issue 7988, 17 August 1889
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