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Naval Battle Reported.

Mutinies on Other Ships.

United Press Association—By Eleotrio Telegraph—Copy right. St. Petersbubq July 1

The shelling of Odessa by the Kniaz Potemkin was due to the temporary arrest of a number of mutineers attending Omelchuk's funeral. This demonstration secured their release. London, July 1 " The Time? " St. Petersburg correspondent states that telegrams reported to have been received last night announoed that a battle was progressing outside Odessa, adding that several of Admiral Kmger's ships had mutinead. There is no official confirmation of this. . Private telegrams from Odessa state that the crew of a second battleship, supposed to be the Georgi Pobiedonosteff, have mutinied.

There is no possibility of the early resumption of business, and the position ia undoubtedly critioal. Reports from other sources state that sailors at Kronstaadt mutinied, objecting to fatigue dut/ ashore, nnd killed two officers and wounded six others.

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Naval Battle Reported., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6611, 3 July 1905

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Naval Battle Reported. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6611, 3 July 1905

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