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The Fighting in Manchuria.

Further Details of the Tetaros Case. The Locale of tne Peace Conference. London, June 16 A strong detachment of Mischenko's cavalry is active on Nogi's leffc front, but there is no suggestion of a raid against the Japanese flank. The Russia steamer Don, which sank the German steamer Tetaros, was formerly named the Fuerst Bismarck. The Tetaros had no contraband aboard, but had previously made one successful voyage to Vladivostock m the Russian interact. Japan has proposed that the Conference meet afc Chifu, wailo Russia favoured Paris. Roosevelt then suggested thy Hague, and Japan and Russia thea proposed Washington. " Ihe Times " St. Petersburg correspondent reports that arrangements for an armistice are to be made only when the plenipotentiaries meet.

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The Fighting in Manchuria., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6598, 17 June 1905

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The Fighting in Manchuria. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6598, 17 June 1905

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