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A Warsaw Sensation.

United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copy right. St. Petersburg, June 19 Extense excitement and speculation |prevails at Warsaw owing to all higher officials receiving a confidential circular inquiring where they and their families wish, to go m the event of a siege. The circular makes it clear that a state of siege is not meant. General Bogoluboff, the chief of the Commissariat at Warsaw requires immediate replies. Rich citizens are depositing valuables m banks, and obtaining passports to facilitate flight owing to rumours that hooligans intend to loot the city.

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

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A Warsaw Sensation. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6600, 20 June 1905

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