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St. Petersburg Losing Confidence

the Japanese Front Japanese Conversrine at Possiet Bay. London June 21, The persistence of the Japanese in the offensive is impairing the confidence of St. Petersburg in the success of the efforts at peace. Russian correspondents in Manchuria claim that the army is ready to fight for another year; butiprivate telegrams depict the situation in alarming colours. Tho Japanese are operating along an ouorraoua front extending from the Mongolian frontier to northern Korea. The Rufsians aro completely in the dark as to what point in 400 miles the decisive blow will be dealt at. Three Japanese columns are moving parallel to the coast in northern Korea, apparently converging at Possiet Bay, whither a large fleet of transports has sailed from Gensan.

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St. Petersburg Losing Confidence, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905

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St. Petersburg Losing Confidence Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6602, 22 June 1905

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