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The Russian Fleet.

Japan's Grievance against France.

Reported Russian Victory.

Negotiations with the Argentine Government.

Rozjestvenski m a Storm,

United Press Association—Per Eleotrio Telegraph—Coypright London, May 5 The Singapore agent reports that four Russian battleships, two cruisers, four colliers, and one hospital ship passed Malacca, on Thursday afternoon, bonnd south., The leading Japanese newspapers declare that Rozjestvenski's expulsion from Earnranh Bay was a farce, since he is now permitted to use the whole of the IndoChina coast as a. naval base. The time has come for Japan to act resolutely. The Japanese deolare that they still hold Tunghusiang. Linievitch. reports that his Cossacks defeated a Japanese squadron, killing * twenty and capturing twelve. The Argentine Government admit they have received tempting offers from Russia i and Japan, but replied that they were willing to sell if delivery would be accepted I after articles of peace were signed. It is reported that an Amoy typhoon scattered some of Rozjestvenski's smaller ! vessels.

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The Russian Fleet., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6563, 6 May 1905

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The Russian Fleet. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6563, 6 May 1905

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