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A Japanese Condition.

Washington. June 13 It was authoritatively stated here on Monday morning, that unless the Russian representatives are appointed with full powers, Japan will refuse to treat. The text of Russia's reply will appear in the " Official Messenger " to-morrow, and it will then be known whether a full and frank acceptance hv* been made of President Roosevelt's suggestion. Pkkin, June 13 Tha Chinese Minister at Sfe. Petersburg has cabled to Pekin that Ruesia finally realises she can not recover the situation if she continues the war.

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A Japanese Condition., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6595, 14 June 1905

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A Japanese Condition. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6595, 14 June 1905

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