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The Aurora's Fate.

How the Kamschatka Sank. London, June 1 There are indications that the vessel sunk by Rozje^tvenski off Formosa was the Oldhamia, bound from New York to Hongkong, with a cargo of 165,000 case 3of oil. Twenty-five of the Aurora's crew have landed. The Aurora is supposed to have sunk. Hundredn of Russians who were landed on various islands, are arriving at Sasebo. Shots from one of the Japanese torpedo boats partly disabled the Kamschafcka, which was finally struck in a vital part. Sixty of the crow took to the boats and were nearly clear when a great explosion occurred, which sank the Kamschatka. The captain and seven officers were killed.

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6586, 2 June 1905

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The Aurora's Fate. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6586, 2 June 1905

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