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SAMOAN AFFAIRS.

No further news came to hand hy the s.s. Navua from the Islands to-day on the siibject of the visit of the three German warships to Samoa. These vessels are proceeding to Samoa from the China station at the request of Dr. Solf, Governor of German Samoa, in view of the fact that in connection -with the succession to Mataafa some opposition to German supremacy is being organised by the chief Lauaki, who refuses to obey the Governor, and it is hoped that the presence of the warships will suffice for the censtfre an-d punishment of ringleaders, and the prevention of bloodshed." The flagship Leipzig and cruiser Kolya arrived at Suva on the loth "inst., four days after the departure of the N-avua, and the warships had not reached Apia when the Navua left that port. A magnificent collection of neckwear just opened, including rabats, plastron, a-nd Gibson collars, 1/3. 1/6, 1/9, 1/11, 2/G, 2/11, up. Embroidered linen collars, 9d, 10id, 1/-; all t)he newest colours in glace ribbons, wide width, IOAd, up. McCillagh and Gower'3 for novelties.—(Ad.) Two big sample lots of lovely plain cloth and cheviot jackets, beautifully trimmed, and latest styles and colours; only one of a kind, from the foremost firms; bought cheap, selling cheap. At McOullagh and Gower's. —(Ad.) Save your temper —Steams' Headache Cure stops headache, quickly. Many a cross word would never have been spoken if this remedy had been used a few minutes before. 1/- a box.—(Ad.) Further shipments of our. noted make of "wash-well," "wear well" calicoes and. sheeting. Linens direct from Belfast. Towels, all makes and pricts. At McOullagh and Gower's, the people's popular drapers.—(Ad.)

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SAMOAN AFFAIRS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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