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Adelaide, October 24. Arrived ■— North German Lloyd's steamer, Nuremberg, from Bremen, via .Southampton and Colombo. At the latter port, Malietoa and the two chiefs who were deported from Samoa by orders of the German Government, and subsequently released, were tran- ! shipped to a German warship which will convey them back to Apia. r (Received October 25, 12.30 p.m ) Adelaide, October 25. An English passenger by the North German Lloyds steamer, Nuremburg, states that Malietoa was shamefully treated on the voyage, being berthed m the forecastle and not allowed to speak to any of the passengers. The ex-king was much depressed m spirits and appeared heartbroken. It is thought uncertain whether, he will return to Apia.

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KING MALIETOA., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1979, 25 October 1888

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KING MALIETOA. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1979, 25 October 1888

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