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THE SAIOAN QUESTION

(PER PRESS AS3OOIATION.)

Berlin. Maroh 24,

Prince Bismarck m a despatch to Herr Steubel, the recently appointed German Consul at Samoa, vice Dr Knappe recalled^ declares that Dr Knappe's con daot'towards foreigners and the natives of Samoa lacked coolness, that Dr Knappe had no authority to declare war, proclaim martial law, or attempt to secure the annexation of Samoa to Germany. London, M"«to h 24 It is reported that Count Herbert Bismarck's visit to England is m connection with the British annexation of the Hervey Group, and that he will also confer with Lord Salisbury on the Samoan question. Berlin. Mireh 24 The Berlin " Post " states that the Samoan Conference has been postponed till May.

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THE SAIOAN QUESTION, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 25 March 1889

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THE SAIOAN QUESTION Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2094, 25 March 1889

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