THE THROUGH TRAlNS. —Passengers This Day.
From Dunedin fob the South.—Miss J. Macdonald, Mrs Willoughby, Mrs Ashton, Mr J. Smith, Mr J, E. Fox, Mr and Mrs Gordon Rich, Miss] Rich, Mrs Wedge and daughter, Sir John Hall, and Mr J. Burns. For Ddnedin from the South. Miss Tracey, Mr M. Scoular, Miss Kane, Mrs MThorson, Mr M. S. D. Trotter, Rev,_ W Baumber, Miss Mackersey, Mr J, F, Wright, Mr S, G. Mirams, Mr A. Shaw, and Mr J. Waters. From Dunedin fob the North. For Christchurch: Mr J. J. Thomson, Mr D. Macclean, Mr 0. J. Owen, Mr W. H, Webber, Mr Patrick, Miss B. Patrick, the Rev, John F. O’Donnell, Mr and Mrs Milne, Mr Edward J.
Arlow, and Mr John Dickson. For Timaru: Mr J. Mill, Mrs Yezey and family. Fob Dunedin from the North.—Mr and Mrs Eden, Mr George Wallenstein, Mr R. 8. Waldie, Mr W. Roach, Mr M. Millar, Mr B. G. Gardiner.
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THE THROUGH TRAlNS.—Passengers This Day., Evening Star, Issue 8034, 10 October 1889
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