Japan Fixes a Date.
The Czar's Mortification.
'Received June 21, 7.25 a.m. London, June 20 Linievitch reports tbat the Japanese are nearing Kongchen and Mansan m Northern Korea. This is interpreted to mean that Kasegawa's army, which is estimated at 100,000, will shortly attempt to force a. passage of the river Tumen. Baron Takahira has informed President Roosevelt that the Japanese plenipotentiaries will be able to roach Washington by August Ist. The "Times" Paris correspondent says that the Cz.ir is exasporatod at Germany's recent browbeating of France and expresses profound mortification at Russia's altered European status.
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Japan Fixes a Date., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6601, 21 June 1905
Japan Fixes a Date. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6601, 21 June 1905
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