THE THROUGH TRAINS.
Tills Bay. y For Dunedtn from the" South.—Mr J. W. Kelly, M.H.R., Mr and Mrs Kins. Mrs Kelly, MrF. A. Styles,. Miss M. Millar, Mr \Tr Millar Miss D. Mac Donald, Mr H. F. Conm, Mrs A. C. P, eg ?,' J ,- Ritehi e. Mr M. Todd, Mr A. Coucher, \\ x hj Mr , M v M'Kinley. Mr A. Duncan Mr 2L <i' lfcd .der, M.H.R.. Mr W. H. Troon, Miss Smith, Mrs Campbell and son, Miss Smith. Miss Alves, BTrs M'Ewan, Mr J. Johnston. Mr N Murray, Miss Spence. Master Bell, Miss Johnston! Miss Rodgers, Miss N. Thomson. From Dunedin for the Soirrn. Judge Denrnston, Mr J. Simson, Mr S. Solomon, Mr A. Hanlon. Mr D. Hunter. Mr V. Day, MrD. Ferguson, Mr A. R. Meyer, Misses Lockhead (2), Mr T. Hav and son. MrsHnwatson, Mr and Mrs Burwell, Mrs Wallace, Mr R. Hogg, Mr W. White. Mr A! Lewis, Mr and Mrs Barnes, Mr W. A. Mackay, and the Canterbury football team. fROM DtTNEDTN FOR thj? NORTH.—Mr J Hastie, MrD. M'llroy, Mr A. Johnson, Mr G. Shirtchffe MrZ. R. Wlson. Mr A. H. Bridger, Mr R, M'Kmlay, Mr John Kingsland.
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THE THROUGH TRAINS., Evening Star, Issue 10424, 20 September 1897
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