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(Psa Pbbss Association.—Copyright.J LONDON, November 3. ' The Times' in an article on the Australian mail line praises Messrs Huddart, Parker, and Co.'s pluck and obstinacy in starting tho Pacific service in the teeth of much discouragement. If is of immense importance, the paper says, to maintain a chain of swift British communication. Australian food supplies are important to Clondyke, and failure to provide sufficient adventitious aid is greatly hampering tho line. 'The Times'ia confident that New Zealand will speedily ratify the contract entered into by Mr J. G. Ward in 1895, and says it would bo most unfortunate if so useful and important a line were dropped for want of local support.

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THE VANCOUVER SERVICE., Issue 10462, 4 November 1897

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THE VANCOUVER SERVICE. Issue 10462, 4 November 1897

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