THE THROUGH TRAINS.
PiHtßgtn ThU Day. From Dukediit for the North.—For Christchurch: Dr Martin, Dr Mason, Hr. Cstl D'Enfen, Mr N, Reid, Hr H. Logie, Mr and MrsP. Creedon,
Mr Lamnge; For Tupatu; Mr.J.M. N. Thomptojh Mr W. Martin, MrßrThOmpson. Dunedin from the Booth. Hudson’s '■/ni r ?? Be v? Mr H. Lumsden.iMisses Fralaska g), Mre Beattie.Hrs Hamilton, far A. Thompson, Mr Miline, Mrs E. C. W. Porter and child. P DK , EDIN POR the South.—Miss Murphy. Misa Holland, Miss L. Mitchell, Miss F. Mitchell. Howe. Mrs Barr. Mr H. Crossan f,, r “u? w Mr and Mrs Dawson and M^, se s Ede (2), Mr and Mrs' Masters, Mr Hawkins, the-Rev. D. R. Fisher. Mrs •55P“Sfil. an ,d chdd. Misses Henderson. (2), Mr T. -Brown,' Mr W. Lowes, i f Mm:
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THE THROUGH TRAINS., Evening Star, Issue 10475, 19 November 1897
THE THROUGH TRAINS. Evening Star, Issue 10475, 19 November 1897
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