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Mutiny Among Diebogatoff's Crews.

Possible Renewal of the British Alliance with Japan, Lord Lansdowne's Opinion. Received June 3, 8.28 a.m. London, June 2 The St Petersburg " Euss," dealing with

Admiral Diebogatoff's surrender, pleads as an excuse the insufficiency of his supply of ammunition. Bat it is known for a fact' that eight of his men were hanged for mutiny while his squadron was passing through the fled Sea. The St«te Department at Washington has received a cablegram from Tokio stating that torpedoss sank the majority of the , large Russian vessels. Lord Lansdnwne, Secretary for Foreign Affairs, speaking at the Conservative Agents' dinner, declared that, at no time on either the Japanese or tho British side had there heen any question whatever as to withdrawal from the Alliance, In the opinion of the Q-overnmenfc, when the renewal came to be considered, tho only practical quest.on would be whether the Alliance waß to be i renewed in its recent form or whether they should not seek some means of strengthening it.

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Mutiny Among Diebogatoff's Crews., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905

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Mutiny Among Diebogatoff's Crews. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6587, 3 June 1905

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