The Reform Agitation in Russia.
A Naval Mutiny*
Crew Seiza the Ship.
Biota on Shore. United Presa Association—By Bleetric Telegraph—Copyright.' St. Peteusburo, June 29 The Russian battleship Kniazpotemkin, accompanied by two torpedo-boats, was voyaging from Sevastopol to Odessa, whon a seamau named Oraelohuk was deputed to complain of the bad food. He told an officer that thn craw wa3 being served with bad soup. Tha officer thereupon sh'.t him doad. Tha whole crew then killed and threw the captain and all the officers orerboard, except eight who joined t'.io men. A launch took the seaman's corpse ashore nt Odessa, the sailors wartvng the authorities that if they attempted to interfere the whole place would be bombarded. A red flag was then hoisted, and the battleship's crew visited the steamers in tha harbour and compelled the crews to cease work. The mutiny occurred in the Odessa roadstead.
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The Reform Agitation in Russia., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6609, 30 June 1905
The Reform Agitation in Russia. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6609, 30 June 1905
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