Japanese Occupy Omoso.
Within Striking Distance of the Harbin-Vladivostock Railway.
London, June 9 A private' telegram from Manchuria has reached St. Petersburg, and contains the startling intelligence [that the Japanese have occupied Omoso, 75 miles east of Kirin. They must have crossed the Tumen far inland, evading the Russian outposts. Omoso commands the roads from Kirin and Ninguta to Vladivostock and Korea, The capture implies severance of| communication between Kirin and Ninguta, placing the Japanese within striking distance of the railway from Harbin to Vladivostook.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6592, 10 June 1905
Japanese Occupy Omoso. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6592, 10 June 1905
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