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The Baltic Fleet Sighted.

The Transports Leave Kamranh Bay.

Contrabandists Captured.

Keoeived April 28, 8,35 a.m. London, April 27 The Baltic Fleet was sighted on Tuesday cruising •n the horizon off Kamranh Bay. All the Russian transports except lour German ships, have left Kamranh Bay and assembled outside, under the protection of the destroyers. They are apparently awaiting the arrival of Admiral Diebogatoff. Two cargo boats, carrying contraband, were recently captured by the Baltic Fleet. They were flying the German flag.

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The Baltic Fleet Sighted., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6556, 28 April 1905

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The Baltic Fleet Sighted. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6556, 28 April 1905

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