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THE PANAMA SERVICE,

Thi following is an extract; from the parliamentary report of the Sydney Morning Herald: — "In the LegUUtive Assembly, on Friday, November 3, in reply to queition3 put to Ministers, the following information wu elicited : That the only steps taken by the Government towards carrying into effect the resolution of the House passed lait session— for the, establishment of a (team postal service by way of Panama— had been the communication, on the 30th September last, to the Government of New Zealand, of that resolution, to which communication no reply had been received ; that the Government had received no present communication from the Government of Queensland on the subject of steam postal communication with Great Britain by wny of Torres Straits, and were waiting further communication thereon ; and that they were willing to co-operate with the Government of Queensland in the matter." It will be seen that the India and China line, W way of Torres Straits, finds favour in New South Wales,

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THE PANAMA SERVICE, Daily Southern Cross, Volume XXI, Issue 2601, 18 November 1865

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