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THE THROUGH TRAINS.

Passengers 'fills Way. ■ Fno>i Dunedin for the North.- For Christchurch; Mr J. A. Millar. M.H;Rr.; Mr G. Mackay Mr Justice Williams and Mrs Williams, Mr H. O. Haggitt, Mr Henry A. Gordon, Mr J. Jamieson, Mr C. B. Robson, Mr G. L. Kerr, Mr G. A. Mills,. Mr J. Miff. For Dunedin from the South.— Miss D. Williams, Mrs Morton and family, MrJ. F. M, Fraser, Mr A. 0. Hanlon, Mr T. Green, Mr S, Solomon, Mr A/Anderson, Mr F. Pattullo/ Mr? aud Misses MoyihliQn, Mrs JR. MaoKenzie, Miss MacKeuzie, the Canterbury football team. From Tiiinediu for thk .South. -Mr J. Fleming,' Mr J. O. Porter; Mrs Scott, Mr D. M Boathi-Mlsa M'Beath, Mr A, Hobertson, Mr A. - Magnus, Mr Q,'T, Lawrence.

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THE THROUGH TRAINS., Evening Star, Issue 10427, 23 September 1897

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THE THROUGH TRAINS. Evening Star, Issue 10427, 23 September 1897

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