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LATEST FROM SAMOA. SYDNEY, October 23. (Received October 25,1889, at 1 p.m.)
The steamer Lubeck, from Samoa, reports that Malietoa, the King-elect, has been dangerously ill, but is now in a fair way to recoyery. Both the German and English Consuls have been instructed to recognise Malietoa as King. Typhoid fever is prevalent at Samoa, and twenty German sailors are down with it.
A serious disturbance has occurred at Savaii between the followers of Malietoa and ex-King Tamasese. The strength of each side was 300, and several were killed, while a number of others were injured. When the Lubeck left it was not known which side had won.
H.M.S. Egeria, which was at Tonga, has been ordered Home.
BURNT TO DEATH.
MELBOURNE, October 25,
During a torchlight procession at Malvern last night the box fireman's clothes caught fire. He was carrying a quantity of compound colored fires, which ignited and burnt fiercely. The poor fellow was terribly burnt before death put an end to his sufferings.
PASSENGERS FOR NEW ZEALAND, MELBOURNE, October 25.
The P. and 0, Company's Arcadia, from Plymouth, has arrived. Her New Zealand passengers are Mrs Grondona, Misses Chapman and Dine, Messrs Mybria, Landsivais, Storey, Ansenne, Duthie, Smith, Ccndey, Eagles, and Bartlett.
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INTERCOLONIAL., Evening Star, Issue 8047, 25 October 1889
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