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A Sunken Russian Battleship Raised.

The Baltic fleet's Whereabouts.

Rozjesttfenski's Successor.

A Further Sojourn in Southern Waters.

London, May 19 The cruiser Fallada has been raised by the Japanese in Port Arthur harbour. Early on Tuesday the Baltic Fleet waß 220 miles north-east of Kamranh Bay, 1 eteering north. The Russian hospital ship Orel is expected at Shanghai. The " Times" St Petersburg correspondent says that Admiral Birileff eventually succeeds Bozjestvenski. The latter, although his nerves are shattered, is believed to be physically able to engage ;,,the foe, and once he arrives at Vladivofltock, he will be entitled to resume the post of chief of the naval staff. Admiral Birileff has been allowed ample leisure to prepare for the journey, a fact which is interpreted to indicate that a further sojourn by the Fleet in southern waters is anticipated.

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A Sunken Russian Battleship Raised., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6575, 20 May 1905

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A Sunken Russian Battleship Raised. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6575, 20 May 1905

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