THE THROUGH TRAINS.
PaiuMiirer* This Day.
From DtjßEniw for the North.—For Christ' church: Miss Berinet, Miss A. Bennet, the Hon. W. M. Bolt, Mr Ross, Mr A. Fairbairn, Hon. T. I'ergua, Mr J. P. Ward, Mr and Mrs J. A. M'Ginness, Mr Goggs, Mr Bews, Mr H. Cuthbertson. I-or Timaru: Mr T. Thomson, Mr F. Leitch, Mr J. L. Day, Mr and Mrs M'Rae. For Dunedin from the South.—Mr T. M. Macdonald, Rev. Gibson Smith, Mr N. Kirkcaldy, Mrs Anderson, Miss Anderson, Miss A. Smith, Mr G. Dawson, Mr G. Thomson, Mrs S. C. Barclay, Mrs G. Main,. Miss M. • Henderson. Mrs Atchison, Mr and Mrs J. Scoular, Mr A. Smith, Mrs Asall and child, Mr J. Taylor, Mr T. Taylor. . ■-' ■ From Dunedin for the Ronm-Mr E.--A; Pigeon, MrG. Gore, MrL. Rutledge, Misses Johnston (2), Mr J. Swan, Mr and Mrs Hicks, Mr J. M'Master, Mr T. Dove, Mrs Durableton.
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THE THROUGH TRAINS., Evening Star, Issue 10454, 26 October 1897
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