THE THROUGH TRAINS.
Pasß««serr This l»ay. !> From Dukedin for the South.—Mr R. Kirk, Mrs Hay, Mr and Mr 3 Shaclvelton, Miss Spittle, Mrs T. S. Woods. Mrs Graham, Mrs M'Neill and child, Mrs Goodwillie, Mr E. Howorth, Mr Johnson. Mr T. Beep, Mr J. Sealev, Mrs Miller and child, Miss Inelis, Mrs G. N. Rogers, Mrs Toreman and child, Mr and Mrs Sherlock, Mr .T. Brown, Mr and Mrs G.. Robinson, Mr J. M'Dowell. Foa DUNEDIN FROM THE SOUTH. The Hon. J. G. Ward, Mr J. Lawton, Miss M'Pherson, Mrs C. A. Clark and, child, Mrs Cook, Mr R. tyudeay
Mr T. Jefcoate, Mr 11. Marshall, Mr E. Grindley, Sir and Mrs w. Shennan. From Donedin for tub North.—For Christ £ church: Mr and Mrs Muter, Mrs Emma Shaw, Mr Colclough, Mr J. O'Brien, Mr W. Wilmot, Mr T. Ford, Mr G. A. Smyth, Mr 11. Duncan.
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THE THROUGH TRAINS., Evening Star, Issue 10472, 16 November 1897
THE THROUGH TRAINS. Evening Star, Issue 10472, 16 November 1897
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