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THE GERMANS IN AFRICAN

Berlin, August 6. Weissmann states he intends to return to Africa iii October, and hopes to be able.to launch a xrearner on the Victoria Nyanza before the English can do so, and thus prevent the trade of the region passing entirely into their hands. He believes the construction of a railway into the interior is im' possible at present.

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THE GERMANS IN AFRICAN, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2485, 7 August 1890

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THE GERMANS IN AFRICAN Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2485, 7 August 1890

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