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AFFAIRS IN SAMOA

«, (PHR PRESS ASSOCIATION.) Auckland, November 11. News fromT.inga and Samoa show that natters there are still threatening. Tbo Pamvese party have eceoiad atronfl fortlJoatioDß »A their new position, Atua, and have a lar»»o supply of whc material, including dynamito. Mutanfa *v waiting the arrival of warrora from Savall, when be will attack the position, A great battle la expected. On October 23, a nitivo boat palling oloao In sharp, waa fired upon from th<j boita of the German war ohip Adler. An indgnUion meeting wna hold ho protest a^alnat the oatrage, and a dopotation wont to Ihe British and American Oonauls, reqaeatlnt; tham to take stops to prevent a rooarrenoo. German m<rlnes dal'y parade Apia, ostensibly to defend Gfrnaan premUpa

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AFFAIRS IN SAMOA, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 12 November 1888

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AFFAIRS IN SAMOA Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1994, 12 November 1888

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