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STANLEY

A. London despatch, dated Jane 29th, B ,jr ß : The friends of Stanley, the explorer, are not diioouraged at not reoeivIng additional advice from Tlppo Tlb'a son, who baa juat arrived at Zarz'bw. 1 here is general B&tief action In olroles c nnected wllh British interests m East Africa that Stanley come aronnd Victoria l*yaizi, and not through Unyoro and Uganda. There Ib little doubt that R-anley haa been m Usbata, vfhere atorea have been accumulating for aoma time. Beside a the atotea he would find there lettera acquainting him with the allnatlon In British Eaat Africa. If ao he would ►dvarca on the northeast of the Victoria Njacz«, and m the country between that •nd Wadell to checkmate the tff rta of the Germara to get op the Taua river and around by Uganda, end cut tff Btltiah Beat Africa from tbe interior. In wellinformed clrolea it Js thought probable tbit when Emm B*y geta a supply of gonr, ammunition aod stores from Stanley he may return to Wndell and continue to hold the province until isteps are taken to secure it. Stanley haa encountered shooking privations. His balr la now white, his clothes In rags, and being without chocs he la obliged to ose skins to cover hia feet.

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STANLEY, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2203, 19 August 1889

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STANLEY Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2203, 19 August 1889

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