THE THROUGH TRAINS.
Passengers ThU Day. Prom Dunkdin for the North.-For Christchurch: Mr P. A. Walker. Mr W. £. Tunneson, Mr C. H. Collon, Mr B. Stocker, Mrs E. G. Kr Mr A. Anderson. '
Khom JJuNEniN for thk South.-Mr J. Betauro, Miss Lander, Mr R. Kirk, Mr J. F. Benson, Mrs Henderson, Mrs Scott, Mrsßissett, Mrs Melrose and two children, Mr and Mrs j! bcoular, Mrs Jones and family, MrE. J.Dobie, the Hon. H. Feldwick, Mrs J. G. Ward For Dunedin from the Sonin.-Mrs Butler and son, Mrs J. Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Herbert, Mrs D. Hay and child, Mr F. H. King, Mr J M Lca n. Mr H. M'LeaD, Mr T. Roache, Mr W. Gow, Mrs A. M. Burn, Mrs J. D. Wood
O'nion Company's steamers Duo* Tu-morrow.
™V roni S i'i ney via Co* strait : arrives at Port Chalmers at 8 a.m. Tarawera, from Sydney via Auckland and East Coast; arrives at Port Chalmers at 8 a.m?
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THE THROUGH TRAINS., Evening Star, Issue 10446, 16 October 1897
THE THROUGH TRAINS. Evening Star, Issue 10446, 16 October 1897
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