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(PBH PHKBB ASSOCIATION.) Washington, January 11. The United States Government is sending another warship to Samoa. Berlin, January 8. The German Press assert that the Congress book recently received at ' Washington admits that the American * interests m Samoa do not justify any } dispute between the United States and the Powers m regaid to that country. Washington, January l& Mr Sevell, the American Consul at Samoa, who has been examined at a secret sitting of the Foreign Relations Committee of the House of Representatives, stated that if it was not intended to yield to Germany the control of the , group, the Great Powers must take immediate and decided action. He ■ considered that the present division of i the native inhabitants was entirely due to German oppression, and further that ' it was important that the neutrality of ' the group should be secured. ( Berlin J »nmry 12. The German Press assert that steps ' are being taken to restore order m Samoa. Auckland, January 12. H.M.B. Otlliopo baa been ordered to Samoa to join the Royalist In watching British Interests daring the present trouble there, ani *ha left fo* Apia ♦oday.

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THE SAMPAN QUESTION, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2036, 14 January 1889

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THE SAMPAN QUESTION Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2036, 14 January 1889

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