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Impressive Scene on Shore.

St. Petersburg, June 29 Thousands of dockers and other strikers at Odessa, with bared heads, passed before the sailor's corpse, which was laid out on the new pier. An inscription was pinned on the breast stating that he died for telliag the truth. The dead man's comrades would not allow the authorities to approach. Thousands flocked to the pier and poured in money to defray the burial expenses. The inhabitants were greatly excited, and the crowd having detected a disguised frontier guard near the corpse killed him. The Mayor, who had gone to Moscow, telegraphed beseeching the citizens to be quiet, and not to participate in the disorders. Firing is proceeding in various parts of Odessa. A workman threw a bomb killing a policeman and himself.

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Impressive Scene on Shore., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6609, 30 June 1905

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Impressive Scene on Shore. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6609, 30 June 1905

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