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Japanese off Amoy.

French Instructions as to Neutrality.

DiebogatoiFs Squadron.

London, May 9 | Raufcer's Agency at Amoy reports that on Monday merchantmen sighted Japanese vessels between there and Hong Kong. Japanese craft constantly enter Amoy at night, for the purpose, doubtless, of communiosting with Formosa, The Russian newspapers* declare that the French regulations of neutrality would be broken only if the Japanese were denied the same privileges accorded to the Russians. It is semi-officially reported at Paris that affor sending the civil and military agents very precise instructions to enforce neutrality, France unremittingly superintended their execution. fc.. The " Westminster Gazette " indioates that the lessee of Kamraah Bay is a private individual. Admiral Diebogatoff's hospital Bhip, Kostroma, has arrived at Saigon. His squadron is 120 nv.le3 south, and sixteen, cargo boats are at Cape Sfc James,

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Japanese off Amoy., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6566, 10 May 1905

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Japanese off Amoy. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6566, 10 May 1905

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