Western Samoa

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Samoa National Rugby League Team - History - Early Years
... Western Samoa made their debut in the 1986 Pacific Cup ... Suani and Lyndsay Stowers operated Samoa Rugby League out of their North Shore home in Auckland and from the Richmond Rugby League Club house where Lyndsay ran the ... on their home to assist with funding the thirty (30) men representing Samoa in the Pacific Cup held in Tonga, 1990 ...
SS Talune - Influenza in The Pacific
... On November 7, 1918, the Talune arrived at Apia in Western Samoa, on one of its regular Pacific voyages from Auckland, New Zealand, successively calling at ports in Fiji, Samoa, Tonga, Nauru, and then ... At that time the Western Samoan islands were administered by New Zealand, which had seized them from Germany at the start of the First World War in 1914 ... By the time the Talune reached Apia in Samoa on 7 November, most of the Fijian labourers were ill (Rice 200) ...
List Of State Leaders In 1962 - Oceania
... Prime Minister of New Zealand (1960–1972) Western Samoa Western Samoa Trust Territory gained independence on 1 January 1962 Co-Heads of State - Tupua Tamasese Mea'ole, O le Ao o le Malo of Western Samoa (1962–1963 ...
Compendium Of Postage Stamp Issuers (Wa – Wz) - Western Samoa
... Dates 1935 – 1958 Capital Apia Currency 12 pence = 1 shilling 20 shillings = 1 pound Refer Samoa. ...

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