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The steamer Lubeck has arrived at Sydney from Samoa, She brings news that the President of the United States has forwarded presents to the value of 5,000d0l as a recognition of the bravery displayed by Samoans during the storm when the American and German war vessels were wrecked in Apia harbor. From Apia news is received that one of Mataafa’a men was imprisoned for stealing spirits, but 200 of his comrades broke into gaol, and, overpowering the gaoler, rescued the prisoner. The chief engineer of the American war vessel Nipsic died at Apia, from fever. The Wolf has sailed from Apia for Jalint for the purpose of taking the deposed King Malietoa, whom Germany has released, back to Samoa,

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NEWS FROM SAMOA., Issue 7951, 5 July 1889

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NEWS FROM SAMOA. Issue 7951, 5 July 1889

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