THE THROUGH TRAINS.
Passengers This Day. For Dunedin from the South. —Mr and Mrs Paterson, Miss MTntyre, Miss Hardy, Mrs M’Adara, Mr and Mrs Cooper, Mr P. McCarthy, Mr A. Murdoch, Mrs Glass and child, Mr and Miss Spratt, Miss Little, Mrs Burrows and family. Misses Mitchell (2), Mrs and Miss Jones, Mrs Stubbs, Mrs W. F. Sim and son, Mrs and Miss Kerr, Miss Sim, Mrs Laurenson, Miss Georgeson, Miss Norris, Mrs Stevens, Mr J. Reid, Mr and Mrs P. Matlieson, Mrs Carswell. Mrs White and daughter, Mr J. Mair, Mrs Stewart, Mrs F. Stewart. Mrs E. Harrison, Mr R. Campbell, Mrs J. Riley and child, Mr Harrington, Miss M. Kendrick, Miss Dunstau, and about 100 others. From Dunedin for the South.— Master Kcam, Mr W. T. M’Farlane, Mr T. Jefooate, MrsM’Lean and child, Mr D Thomson, Mr J. Reid, Miss A. Closhy, Mrs O’Hallaran and two children, Mrs Dykes and child, Mrs Dunnett, Mr F. Day, Mr B. Richards, Mrs Newson, Mrs Charleston, Mrs Mouat and family, Miss Scannell, Sir G. B. Wharton, Miss Baird, Mr E. Baird, Mrs H. Stone and child, Mr and Mrs F. J. Martin and son, Mrs Groves,. Miss Vyner, Mrs Waite and two children, Miss Morrison. IRih Dunedin for the North.— For Christchurch: Miss Burnett, Mrs J. A. X. Riedle, Mr D. M'Bean. For Timaru; Mrs Harris, Mr C. Rogers.
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THE THROUGH TRAINS., Evening Star, Issue 10477, 22 November 1897
THE THROUGH TRAINS. Evening Star, Issue 10477, 22 November 1897
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