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AFRICAN AFFAIRS.

EMIN PASHA'S MOVE. ,f,

DR PETER'S'EXPEDITION

[PER PBESS s Zaszibae,' April 2. ' Emm Pasha is organising an immediate caravan for Lake" Victoria Nyanza, with the view of anticipating' English plans. ""' : •\ t; ' rj .,; i v ..'?■,/;;;.7'^ Major Wissinan isparleying ;fprl?,the services of Tippoo Tib,, and is ;endeaVor-. ing to close all the trade\routes .against the British East , African ,T Company through Massaland. L '*■' * The Sultan of Zanzibar has made peace between, the Germans and Bowahaniri, the Arab leader. ,- , .- = i , |' "14 It is reported from Mombasi *that Dr Peter's expedition, which, it was said* had been massacred at Vitu in December last, is safe.

Emm Pasha's caravan for Lake Victoria Nyanza leaves Zanzibar on April 20. April 3. Emm Pasha vehemently denies that he was concerned in the action brought by Stanley against Tippoo Tib, claiming damages for breach of contract. Emm's conduct in connection with the new expedition is regarded as treacherous.

It is creditably reported Here thaf'Dr Peters is at Kadwondo (? Kayirpndo), noar Lake Victoria Nyanza. „,. ?■•-"'; sf' Aden, April'2.,~ Another expedition is preparing here to proceed against Samalia. ' ' s wT

London, April 4. Stanley is of opinion that Emm Pasha will only act within the sphere of German influence, and thathis action willnbt'&i* jure the British East African Company.

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2393, 5 April 1890

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AFRICAN AFFAIRS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2393, 5 April 1890

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