THE SAMOAN QUESTION.
THE AMERICAN CONSUL CALLED ON TO RESIGN.
■ i (pirn press association.) I Berlin, February 7 | A narrative of events m Samoa by one Sierich, resident of Apia, published m the Berlin papers, throws the blame on Kleio, and accuses Leary of supplying arms to Mataafa. j Washington, Fabroary 7. ' Mr Bayard, the United St. tes Secretary of State, has called upon Mr Sewell, United States Consul at Samoa, ''O resign that position on the ground that his views are not m harmony with those of the United States Government. (Speoltl to Ohrlstohuroh " Press.") AudKLANi), February 8 The sohooner Malle, which sailed this week, took ten cases of gnnpowder, cons'gned to Samoa. She lay four days at tbe powder ground before leaving. It Is now remarked tbat the German warship Bber, whose departure also was delayed, left very soon after theMsile. MoArthu? and Co's vessels do not oall at Apia, but laod oargo at Fasetootal harbor, so pro* b.bly, unless closely wa*cbed, the Malta's gunpowder may e.oapa se'zure as contra bind of war
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THE SAMOAN QUESTION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2059, 9 February 1889
THE SAMOAN QUESTION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2059, 9 February 1889
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