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Revelry at Harbin.

Rozjestvenski's Rendezvous.

American Fleet Inadequate,

The Baltic Fleet.

London, May 22 Ifc 19 reported at St. Petersburg that a strong Japanese movement has commenced against Linievitch'a right wing, we3t of the railway. The newspaper " Russ " complains thai; dissipation and amusement are in full swing at Harbin, and money is flowing like water. "The Times" Paris correspondent; learns from a Russian source that Rozjestvenski has ordered the colliers and three ammunition ships to a rendezvous at an island in the Balintang Channel, north of Luzon, there to await the fleet's, arrival. The American fleet at Manila, as a whole, is inadequate, except for demonstration. Contradictory reports from other sources indicate that the main Balfcio Fleet passed through the Bashi Channel, and also that they were off Hainan, awaiting the return of the auxiliary cruisers sent to collect and convoy the colliers.

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Revelry at Harbin., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6577, 23 May 1905

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Revelry at Harbin. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6577, 23 May 1905

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