Harsh and unkind things have been said about the U. S. rulers of Haiti, Nicaragua, the Philippines. Samoan Islanders appreciate Captain Stephen Victor Graham, U. S. Governor of Eastern ("American") Samoa. Most appreciative of all are the inhabitants of Western ("British") Samoa, mandate of New Zealand, eight of whom were killed by New Zealand police a fortnight ago. Last week the British cruiser Dunedin plowed through the South Pacific from Aukland, under orders to cow Samoans again. In Wellington, New Zealand's Prime Minister, the Right...

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