THE THROUGH TRAINS.
F<»<wrn«''i»r«'-TRI» Day. From Dunedjn for the South;— Mrs Robertbod, Mr and Mrs Cunningham, Mr R. Kirk, Mr and Mrs Briggs, Mr and Mrs Wilson. Miss M. Wilson, Mr A. Harfhi, Mr T. Baker, Mr E. Denny, Mr and Mrs Chittock, Mr R. Chisholm, Mr A. Anderson, Mr and Mrs Paton, Mr P. Sargood. Mr and Mrs Hanlev, Mrs M'Farlane, Mr H. F. Marshall, Mr H. Miles, Mr J. Brackenridge, r i-IS?, 1 ?. Mr W. E. C. Reid, Mr A. Fleming Mr R. Williams. *' For Dunedin fhom thk South. —Mr J. M Jones Mr W. Guthrie, Miss Guthrie, Mr Brent. Mrs Hogg, Mrs Callishan, Mr A. Thompson, Mrs •J- H -Herbert, Mr W.Russell, Mr J. Lawrenson, Mrs Guy arid child, Dr Leahy. .""ROM IJUKEDIN FOR THK NORTH.-For Christchurch: MrG. Blytb, MrF. F. Williams, Mr and £ r ra i- D. Hunter, Mr Phil L. Wright, Mr and ?i P av , ,e3 - Mr A - J - Stratford. For Timaru: Mr W. L. Scott.
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THE THROUGH TRAINS., Evening Star, Issue 10471, 15 November 1897
THE THROUGH TRAINS. Evening Star, Issue 10471, 15 November 1897
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