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Russian Fleet Lsaves Kamranh Bay.

The Second Squadron Approaches.

Kuropatkin's Salary, Received April 22, 8.38 a.m. London, April 21 The " Telegraph's " Paris correspondent reports that Rozhdestvensky, after coaling at Kamranh, sailed northward on Sunday. " Le Matin's " St. Petersburg correspondent announces that Niebogatoff's squadron is in the Gunda Straits. London experts oonsider this premature. When Kuropatkin accepted the command of the First Army under Linievitoh, hia salary was reduced by 36,000 roubles. He now receives 108,000 roubles. It is announced that Alexieff retains a salary of 10i,000 roubles aa Viceroy of Manchuria, until the Russians have re-ocoupied the Kwangtung Peninsula.

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Russian Fleet Lsaves Kamranh Bay., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6552, 22 April 1905

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Russian Fleet Lsaves Kamranh Bay. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6552, 22 April 1905

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