THE THROUGH TRAINS-Passengers This Day.
FkOM DUNKDIN KOR THE SOUTH. —Mr J. Allen, M.H.R., Mrs Cassells and child, Rev. R. Ewen, Rev. H. Kelly, Mrs Friekor, " Major" Hammond, "Capfciin" Newbold, Mrs L. Smith and family, Mr J. O'Meara, Mr R. M'Lcnnan, Miss Aitkeß, bitet Scully, Master R. Woodhouse.
Fuoji thk South kor Dunbdin. —Mr J. M'Ghie, Mrs C. 11. M'Alister, Mrs Carlyle, Mr and Mrs Lnmsden, Misß Fife, Miss M'Alister, Mr 11. M'Nttb, Miss Jamieson, Mr W. Smith, Mr A. M. Strck, Mr 0. Sproul>, Mr A. Thorpson, Mr A. Young, Mr L. Coutts. FROM DUNKIIiN FOB THK NOBTT. For Chiutchurch : Mr T. Bassett, Mr Fred. W. Jocelyn, Mr T. E. Mwcall, Mr 0. Y. O'Conor, Mr J. M. Munro, Mr S. E. Anderson Mrs Robert Wilson, Mr R. E. M'Kay, Mr A. Tyree, Mr Dymock. For Timaru : Mr B. Hardy, Mr W. Pringle. From the North fc-h Dunedin.—Mr M. Santley, Mr W. Mason, Mr J. Clark, Mr T. Pringle, Mr R. Maclean, Mi<s Goodwillie, Mits Maitland, Miss Mo3B, Mr Geo:go H. Oatway, Mr and Mrs Russell, Mr R. Mr 11. Line.
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THE THROUGH TRAINS-Passengers This Day., Evening Star, Issue 8053, 1 November 1889
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