THE THROUGH TRAINS.
PaMengen This Day. From JlniremN for this North.—For Christ? church: Miss Callaghan, Messrs Robert and John Ackland, Mrs Cooper, Mr D. J. Evans, Mr D. Smith. Kbom HrKKDW for thb South.—Mr J. Gore MrR. T. Wheeler, iun., Mr A. Scott, MrW.H. Lewis, Mr W. M'Beath. Mr H. Cantrell, MrR Blakie, MrR. L. Beitg.'Mr 'an4 Mrs Cowan/Miss Paterson, Mr I. M'PetridgeV.Mia P. W. Brown, Mr A. Erskine, Miss Stark-iMf'Sud Mrs Clarke, Miss Reid. v from the South.—Mr and Mrs Sherlock, Ml»8 Thomson, .Mr T. W. Philips, Mr G. Philips, Mrs Riordan and two children,
Miss Treasure, Sir and-Mrs Jones, Mr W. D. j Hunt, Miss Buller, Miss'Mathias, Miss Burke, Mr ■ J.' Boyne, Mrs Finn, Mr and MiSs Devaney, Mrs Gall, Misses Elder (2). - , ,
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THE THROUGH TRAINS., Evening Star, Issue 10461, 3 November 1897
THE THROUGH TRAINS. Evening Star, Issue 10461, 3 November 1897
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