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THE THROUGH TRAINS.-Passengers This Day.

From Dunedin vor the South.—Messrs A. B. Drabble, H. S. Norton, C. Owen, T. Bowmar, Mrs M'Laughlan. Fo,a Dukeoin khom the South.-Mr A. Tapper, ftlr A- Fore-field. M'-s Cooke, Mrs Gilmo.ur and daughter, Miss L, Begg, Mies Guthrie, Miss O. Gu'ihrie, Mrs Aoheson, Mrs D. M'Pherson, Mrs Scobie, Mias BaiD, Miss Drysflale, Mr and Mrs D.okson and family, Mr D, Fairwer ihsr, Mr P. N l . Robins, Miss Forbts, Mr and Mix Gray, Mr J. Morrison, Mr O. Cummins, Mr "William Robertson, MrG, Wood, Mr F. Leitch, MrF. S. Canning, Mrs M'Gregor, Mr W. B. Anderson, Mr P. Cuff, Mr J. M'Crearh, Mrs Connor, Mrs Whittingham, Mr ft. W. Niohol, Mr A. R. Hay, Mr J. Dickson, Mr W. Guthrie, Mrs Stutt and son, Mrs Vincent Pyko, Mrs Forsyth, Miss M'Gibbon, Mr and Mrs Kerr and family, Mr W. T. M'Farlane, Miss Sutherland, Miss Carroll. KHOM DUNttIUN FOK THE NORTH. For Ohristchurch: Hon. E. W. Parker. Mr R. W. England For Timarn: Mr G. H. Rhodes. Fob Dunedin from the North-Messrs John Brown, J. I>ichoH W, Carrington, P. Melville, Mrs GiUies, Mr T. Toomey, Mesdames Sutton and Barnes, Mr W. Kernohan. Mr and Mrs Morrison, Mr J. Bartlctt, Mr J. Feathers, Mr S. Asher, Mr W- Woods, Mr P. Young, Mr J. Wilson, Mr W. Alexander, Mr J, Walls, Mr J, Higgins l , Mr H. Piper, Mr W. Daverv, Mr A. Brown, Mr F. )-arvcy, Mr D. Thorns, Mr H. N. Anderson, Mr A, M'Gregcr, MrH C, > ' n. Miss Johnston, Mr M. Taylor, Mr R. De.ritt, ?! ■ P. Dale, Dr Barclay, MrD. Clark, Mr Georgo Barclay, Mrs M'lutyre.

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THE THROUGH TRAINS.-Passengers This Day., Issue 8010, 12 September 1889

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THE THROUGH TRAINS.-Passengers This Day. Issue 8010, 12 September 1889

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