THE THROUGH TRAINS-Passengers This Day.
From Dunedin for the South. Rev*. Messrs Ramsay, Stobo, Gibson Smith, Wood, Davidson, r.nd Copland, Mr J. Beattip, Mv Q. li. Dc Jcux, Mr L. D. Nicol, Mr A. Tapper, Mr and Mr* Lu vies, Mr T. M'Math, Mrs M'Donald, Mm Brown. Mr W. A. M'Caw, Mr R, Taull, Mrs ITargrcaves. Jrom the South for Dcneduj. Miss Wisbart, Miss Holme, Master Holmes, Miss Kcame, Miss Cameron, Mr G. Robinson, Mr M. Angus, Mr S. Crawford, Mr J. M'Dermid. Feom Dunkdih for the North. For Christchurch: Mr W. Wait*. M;ijor-geneial Edwarde, Colonel Hume, Major Dougla», Colonel Hum fray. Hon. T. Fergus, Messrs ,T. A. X. Reidle, Fred Kemplyn, W. Buddicombe, W. W. Finliuson, J. Swan, R. Allen. Frank Hyams, C. Sproull. E. Lyons, W. H. Erumm, F. Wood*, Gray, P. L. Ritchie, A. M. Stack, W. H. Dunnage. Mis* Jones, Mrs H. Titchener, Mrs Carlyle, Mr M. Cohen, Mr G. Esther, Mrs Hanlon, Mr Frnf st E. Packer, Mr T. K. Fisher, Mr F. Hesketh, Bliss Rnxwortby. For Tin aru : Mrs Macalister, MissFyfp, Miss Macaliater, Mrs Coombs, For Ashlmrton : Miss Blackburn, Miss Hanison, Mrs Dry den, Mn Pov.au. From the North for Dunedin,—Mr G. Wright, Mr G. Percival, Mr E. Gates, Mrs Cowie.
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THE THROUGH TRAINS-Passengers This Day., Evening Star, Issue 8054, 2 November 1889