THE THROUGH TRAINS.
Pnggengers Thin Day. Fob Ddnedin from the South.—Mr and Mrs Atchley, Mrs J. Kyder and family, Mrs Wallace, Mr P. Fitzgerald. Mr J. Collins. MrT.' Rollett, tho Rev. Father O'Donnell, Mr J. Trcstrail. From Pwrdin *or the South.—Mrs W. Mackay, Mr A. M. Byrne, Mrs Fisher, Mr J. R. Anderson, Miss Mildrum, Mr E. Roberts, Mr A. Anderson, Mrs R. Mackenzie, Mrs R. Ritchie, Mr J. Williams, Mr J. M. Wilson, Mr W. G. Jolly, Mr A. Moore. Fr »m Ounedin *cm THE NonTH.-For Christchurch: Mr J. W. Kellv, M.H.R., Mrs Kellv. Mr A. E. Cohen. Mr F. Rollett. Mr D. W. R. Albury, Mr M. Gilfedder, M.H.R., Miss Manchester, Miss Lilv Manchester, Mr G. Joachim, the Hon. R. Oliver, Miss Oliver. Mm A. Anderson, Mr S. Wright. Mr Leslie H. Reynolds, the Hou. W. H. Reynolds. Mrs W. H. Reynolds, Mr E. G. Allen, M.H.R., Mrs Allen. For Timaru: Mrs Graham.
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THE THROUGH TRAINS., Evening Star, Issue 10425, 21 September 1897
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