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Further Russian Reverses.

Eussia and Japan's Peace Conditions.

The Pope and the Mikado.

London, June 7 The Russians on Monday attacked the Japanese position at Manchiatun, bat were repulsed. The Japanese on the same day expelled the Russians from Shahotge, nine miles east of Changtu, and also captured the Russian position at Ghihistzu, 15 mile 3 north of Quangping. Renter's St. Petersburg correspondent states that after meeting the Ministers at Tsarskoe Selo, the Ambassadors at Washington and PariƟ were instructed that Russia is desirous of learning Japan's conditions of peace. The Pope has thanked the Mikado for granting privileges to Catholic missions m Manchuria.

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Further Russian Reverses., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6591, 9 June 1905

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Further Russian Reverses. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6591, 9 June 1905

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