THE THROUGH TRAINS.
Passengers Tills Buy, PnoM Dunedin for the North.— For Christchurch! Mr and Mrs J. C. Borrows and two children, Miss L. Strange, and tho Canterbury football team. Prom Dunedin for the South. -Captain Redman, Lieutenant Viney, Mr M, MacKanzie, Miss Gough, Miss Fox, Mrs Blackmore and family, Miss Eadie, Mr J. Blackie, Mr R. Paisley* Mr and Mrs Thomas, Mr T. Blackie, Mr and Mrs King, Miss M. M'Kerrow, Rev. Father O’Donnell. For Dunedin from the Soum.-Miss Wilkin, Mr-"Keith Ramsay, Mr W. R. Cook, Mias M. Drennan, Miss M’Goun, Mr and Mrs A. Robertson, Mr A. J. Robertson, Mr B. Washer, Mr G. H. Oatway, Mr Ferguson.
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THE THROUGH TRAINS., Evening Star, Issue 10428, 24 September 1897
THE THROUGH TRAINS. Evening Star, Issue 10428, 24 September 1897
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