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6142 Russians Captured.

Oyaraa Commanding Half-a-million Troops.

Accusations Against Germany.

Efforts Towards Peace.

Received June 9, 8.46 a.m. London, Jane 8 The Czar ha 3 ordered Admiral Enqvist to intern his ships, and to effect repairs. Advices from Tokio state that owing to the rough sea the submarines were not used effectively m the recent battle. Prisoners captured by the Japanese af; Tsushima total 6124, Marshal Oyama has five armies, eaoh exceeding 100,000 men. It ia reported that Kuroki is about to commence a great turning movement. The newspaper " Russ " accuses Germany of fomenting aud encouraging war for the purpose of weakening Russia, m the hope of thus securing a free hand to settle the de-tinies of Austria-Hungary and the Balkans. President "Roosevelt states that Mr Meyer, tho American Ambassador, has instructions to ascertain from the Czar what the United States can do towards assisting to secure peace. The various market 3 are buoyant ia consequence of the peace negotiations.

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6142 Russians Captured., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6591, 9 June 1905

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6142 Russians Captured. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6591, 9 June 1905

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