A Russian Commerce Destroyer.
International Action Demanded.
Received Jane 15, 7.33 a.m. London, June 14 The Dnieper was formerly named the St. Petersburg. British newspapers insist on the urgency of immediate British action it' Eussia is unable to communicate with the Dnieper and stop her wild career. The '• Times " says the outrage is a repetition of the Knight Commander incident. Despite Mr Balfour's assurances, a cable dated June 11th adds that the vessel is preying lawlessly on neutral commerce, while dependent for coal on neutral ports, no Russian port being within 'reach. All neutrals are interested m abating this nuisance.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6596, 15 June 1905
A Russian Commerce Destroyer. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6596, 15 June 1905
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