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SYDNEY, June 7.

The s.s. Lubeck has arrived from Apia Harbor. She brings Samoan news to May 28. Mataafa, hearing that the German warship was approaching Samoa, has taken steps to mobilise his men, and he shortly expects to have a well-armed and equipped army of 3,000 strong. Tamasese is still encamped at Luatuanua, his stronghold, with 2,000 men. The remains of the German warship Eber have been destroyed by dynamite. H.M.S. Rapid has left for Fiji in order to bring Sir J. B. Thurston to Apia to hear the charges made against H. De Coetlogen, British Consul, of having rendered assistance to Mataafa in the recent strife.

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NEWS FROM SAMOA., Issue 7928, 8 June 1889

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NEWS FROM SAMOA. Issue 7928, 8 June 1889

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