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The Marshall Islands Trouble Settled.

United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copy right." Received May 5, 7.32 a : m. Berlin, May 4 The "Lokal Anzeiger" laarns that the Marshall Island dispute has been settled, and a fresh agreement concluded between the German Government and the Jaluit Company, commencing April Ist, 1906. The Government have withdrawn the subsidy paid for administration, and will reduce Customs duties from next October. The German Colonial Office is reticent, alleging that negotiations with Britain are not definitely concluded, though there is little doubt a satisfactory agreement will be reached.

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The Marshall Islands Trouble Settled., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6562, 5 May 1905

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The Marshall Islands Trouble Settled. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6562, 5 May 1905

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