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SAMOA'S FUTURE.

WELLINGTON, March 31. In the course of a statement Sir James Allen, took occasion to correct several rumours which are in circulations regarding the administration of Samoa. He stated that since Colonel Tate's arrival a petition promoted by a certain chief asking that the portion of Samoa administered by New, Zealand should be handed over tp the United States or Great Britain had been withdrawn. He also corrected an impression that Colonel Logan would not resume the administration at the termination of his holiday. Colonel Logaft'woiild^retarjri and retain his position till! the status of Samoa had been determined by the Peace Conference. Then the military occupation would probably cease, and civil government be set up.

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SAMOA'S FUTURE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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SAMOA'S FUTURE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9574, 1 April 1919

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