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A British Steamer Sunk.

The Japanese Advancing 1.

London, Judo 14 On the ground that she was carrying contraband, the Russian cruiser Dnieper captured and sank tho British steamer St. Kilda between Hong Kong and Yokohama. She retained the European officers and engineers, and transferred 41 Chinese crew and the mails to a Dutch steamer. The Japanese form a vast semicircle, and two columns are advancing and threatening both sides of Linievitch'a strategic centre.

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A British Steamer Sunk., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6596, 15 June 1905

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A British Steamer Sunk. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6596, 15 June 1905

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