THE THROUGH TRAINS.
Passengers Tills Day. For Dunedin from the South.— Mrs Bissitt, Mrs Louden, Mr and Mrs Hunter and child, Mr W. Cuff, Miss Wardsworth, Miss Cuff, Mr F. Townsend, Mr J. Davidson, Mr and Sirs F. J. Harden and son, Mr D. Haynes, Mr P. Mason and son. From Dunedin for the South. Miss Thomson, Mrs Bradley, Mr J. Kingston, Mr W. P. M‘Dougall, Miss Burgess, A. Sinclair, Mr J. t. Day. Mr J. Beatton, Mrs Thompson,.Mr R. Hogg, Mr D. Lumsden, Mr A. Cook, Mrs Beatton, Mr J. Henderson, Mrs W. Robertson, MissSouness, Mrs Vivian, Mrs Simpson, Mr W. Gallick, Mr A. T. Thomson, Mrs Brew, Miss Braik, Mrs M'Anelley and child, M r and Mrs M'Kenzie, Mr W. Robinson, Mrspobinson. r HUM to '• I,IN FOR the North.- For Christchurch: MrT. A. Fraser, Mr and Mrs M'Loote, Mr J. S. Russell, Mr and Mrs \V. Henderson, Miss W. White, Mr M. T. Sargeant, Rev. F. -W. Boreham. For Timaru: Mr and Mrs Goodwoou.
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THE THROUGH TRAINS., Evening Star, Issue 10468, 11 November 1897
THE THROUGH TRAINS. Evening Star, Issue 10468, 11 November 1897
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