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Linievitch's Trivial Despatch.

A Curtain to Great Events. united Press Association— By '.lilpctrio Telegraph—Copyright London June 17 Linievitch reports that a detachment, on the lltb, marohing towards Unhegow and Kutantize, executed a turning movement and drove the Japanese from Ufalu, &fter firing the commissariat stores at Kutantize. Another detachment in the Chingho Valley, on the 12fch, drove a Japanese outpost from Vaulimgow. The Russian cavalry, which occupied Muushatcheuzi, on the 12th, retired a little to the norlh, "The Timfis's" St. Petersburg correspondent emphasises tha trivial nature of this despatch aa being a curtain to the mystery which usually precedes a tragedy. It is stated in St. Petersburg that a general mobilisation will be necessary at the end of the month unless the peace pourparlers take a favourable turn.

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Linievitch's Trivial Despatch., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6599, 19 June 1905

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Linievitch's Trivial Despatch. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6599, 19 June 1905

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