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Russian Movements in Manchuria.

Rozjestvenski Still Reluctant to "Move on,"

A French Opinion on France's Attitude.

London, May 17 Four thousand Russians have crossed the Tumen. Their vanguard is at Kilju. The Russians at Possiet Bay have been reinforced. ; The "Daily Telegraph's" Tokio correspondent reports that despite Japan's third protest, the Baltic Fleet is still anchored m Hongkobe Bay. Paris, May 17 The newspaper " Le Temps " says that without committing herself regarding the ultimate settlement of the whole neutrality question, Franco ha 3 relaxed the interpretation and application of her own rules m favour of Japan.

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Russian Movements in Manchuria., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6573, 18 May 1905

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Russian Movements in Manchuria. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6573, 18 May 1905

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