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Enormous Russian Coal Consumption.

A Contradiction,

Japaiiese Transport Hits a Mine.

Japanese Indignation Roused Again.

â– Received May 17, 7.25 a.m. London, May 15 Japan has prohibited the export of coal to Saigon, while the Russians are m ludoChinese waters. The Russians m a month used 120,000 tons of coal. The statement; officially, published at Tokio last evening, that the Russians have returned to Indo-Chinese waters is contradicted. Paris advices from Chifu state that a mine m the Gulf of Peohili, sank another Japanese transport. The " Times" Tokio correspondent, telegraphing apparently earlier than Renter, states that Rozjestvenski's return to Honkoba has caused Japanese anger to flame out stronger than ever.

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Enormous Russian Coal Consumption., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6572, 17 May 1905

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Enormous Russian Coal Consumption. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6572, 17 May 1905

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