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Japanese Successes.

Severe Russian Losses,

Juited Frosts Association—By "rileotrio Telegraph—Copyright

London, Jane 19 The Japanese clajin several successes against Misfcchenko. The dliarpest fighting whs m the Kangpu district on the 16th. After routing cavalry outposts at TieDchiawoponfj K> miles northoist of Kanping. the nurauit was vigorous Had the Japane-o captured a Russian position at Liaoyanwoping and also at Kochuaupou 9 miles eastwards of Liftoyanwoping, inflicting huavy lossfis. Ultimately the liusßians retreated northward m great confus;on, ez» posed Ito a fierce shall fire, abandonding provisions rind clothing. 80 dead were found m one upot. It ia surmised that_ th» total losees aro great. According to prisoners 5,000 of Miatchenko's cavalry with 20 I guns occupied Linoyanping. 30 Jupancno | were killed and 185 wounded,

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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6600, 20 June 1905

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Japanese Successes. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6600, 20 June 1905

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