How the Survivors were Saved. Five Russian Destroyers Sunk. Received June 3, 7.30 a.m, London, June 2 Admiral Togo reports that the commander of '■■ha Japanese cruiser Kasuga, which returned with the survivors of the Russian cruiser Dmitri Donskoi, reports that on the morning of the 29fch the Dimitri Donfikoi opened a Kingston valve and sank. Those on board, including the survivors from the battleship Oslyaba and the destroyer Bouinui, were landed on Urleung Island. The Bouinui took aboard Rozjestvenski and his stuff before the flag ship Kniaz Suvaroff sank, and Bhe also took 200 survivors from the Oslyaba, but on finding navivation difficult transferred the Admiral and his staff to the destroyer Bildovy, and runniDg northward met the Dmitri Donskoi, to which all aboard were then transferred. Afterwards the Bouinui herself sank. The survivors of the Dmitri Donskoi state that they saw two destroyers sink while in the thick of the battle. This makes a total of five Russian destroyers sank.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905
Togo's Report. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905
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