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AFFAIRS AT APIA

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Sydnby, May 8 The Lubeck has arrived from Samoa. All was quiet when she left. Tamasese still occupies his old position, and Mataafa is encamped at the back of the town. Both are awaiting the result of tue Berlin conference. Admiral Kimberley, of the United States, has issued a proclamation advising them to sink their disputes and become friends and brothers. Ex-Consul Knappe has left, and the new German Consul, Steubel, has arrived. The American storeship Monogahela has arrived. Tho Rockton which was chartered at Sydney to take the American sailors home, has sailed with 450 men for San Francisco. Only eighty are now left. The guns have been recoveied from the Trenton and the Adler.

H.M.B. Bapid visited Suwarrow Island, a thousand miles east ot Samoa, and hoisted tho British flag.

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AFFAIRS AT APIA Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2130, 9 May 1889

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