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Chunchuses Effect a Diversion.

Vladivostock the Objective,

Russians Capture Japanese Supplies.

Disabling the Diana.

Russian Vessels still at Kainranh Bay.

Received April 27, 7.45 a.m. London, April 26 It is stated at St. Petersburg that Chunonuses are making a diversion in the west, while the Japanese are pouringl enst toward Kirin and Ninguta. The object is to iaolate Yladivostook. The Russians have captured two merchant steamers from Saigon, laden with, rice, bound for Japan. The essential portions of the Diana'a machinery were transferred to the French warship recently in pursuance of orders from the French Minister for the Colonies, as the Commander wished to change his anchorage. The "Daily Mail" states that a number of Bus3ian cruisers were outside Kainranh Bay on Monday, and two three-funnelled cruisers were inside.

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Chunchuses Effect a Diversion., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6555, 27 April 1905

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Chunchuses Effect a Diversion. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6555, 27 April 1905

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