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Rozjestvenski Leaves Vanfong.

A Japanese Ambassador Interviewed.

A Temperate Utterance.

London, May 10 Rozjestvenski's whole fleet quitted the vicinity of Vanfong yesterday (Tuesday), ■ Viscount Hayashi, Japanese Ambassador m London, interviewed, said that there waa no crisis, but it would be unwise on France's part to allow popular feeling m Japan to become further inflamed. Tbero was every reason to suppose after Franee'B repeated assurances, that France would see her way to relieve the anxiety. The Ambassador flatly denied the Bussian assertion that the Japanese were violating neutrality m Borneo. He said it would be no advantage to the Japanese to do so.

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Rozjestvenski Leaves Vanfong., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6567, 11 May 1905

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Rozjestvenski Leaves Vanfong. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6567, 11 May 1905

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