THE THROUGH TRAINS-Passengers This Day.
From Dunedin fob the South. Colonel ITuir.frey, General Edward?, Captain Humo, Mr C. Nichols, Mr E. B. Anderson, Mr R. M‘Nab, Mr A. ' Armstrong, Mr D. G. Fraser, Miss Prater, Mr A. Young, Miss Fraser, Mr J. Graham. ~ », wr I non the South for Dunedin. - Mr W, H. Wright, Mr J. Glennie, Rev. A. H. St oho, Rev. P. Ramsay, Messrs W. Stewart, M. Gil(elder, W. M'Kay, P. C. Neil', S. Jacobs, A. R, Mitchell, G. Todd, Dr Copland. From Dunedin foh the North.—lor Christ church : Mr T. W. Humphreys, M.H.R., Mr S. Dewar. Miss Corni hj, Miss Tottenham, Mr T 8. Lambert, Mv T. Dur.cin, Mr and M--s R. Craig. Mr G. H. Oatwjy. For Tiroaru : Mr J. M’Nair Clark. Mr F. R. Manning, Mr L. Mac Lean, Mr W. H, Rose, Mr R. W. Humphrey, Rev. Thomas Melbourne. From the North fob Dunediv.— Mr w. Wills, Mr S. Kerr, Miss Riven. Mr A. Ahlfeld, Mr W. Ahlfeld,Mrs W. Ahlfeld, Master Ahlfeld, Mrs J. A. Webb, Mr E. Blair, Mr H. J. Lo Cren, Mrs Michie, i-
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THE THROUGH TRAINS-Passengers This Day., Evening Star, Issue 8050, 29 October 1889
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