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The Reform Agitation in Russia.

Wholesale Arrests at LodzA. Transport Joins the Mutiny. Bloodshed at Odessa. Martial Law Proclaimed, United Press Association— By Electric Telegraph—Copyright.

St Peterpbukg June 30

Two hundred and forty three Je^s and 80 Christian* w^re arrested at Lodz for belonging to secrdfc organisations and 200 others were arrested on suspicion of being implicated iv the destruction of a Government spirit 6tore and the erection of barricades.

The transport Vocha has joined the mutiny. The officers were taken prisoners and placed aboard the Kniazpotemkin. Eleven of the Kiaozpotemkin's surviving officers landed yesterday and a party of mutineers, headed by the chaplain visiting the military commandant, demanded tbat Omelchuk be interred with naval honors.

The Streets of Odessa a«-e strewn, with victims. No quarter of Odessa escaped bloodshed, and devastation. The mob prevents attempts to extinguish the conflagration at the Fort. Martial Law haa been proclaimed and terror stricken groups are fleeing before the soldiery, who are 6hooting indiscriminately.

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The Reform Agitation in Russia., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6610, 1 July 1905

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The Reform Agitation in Russia. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6610, 1 July 1905

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