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Collapse of the Naval Mutiny,

When Sober, Sailors Sue for

Mercy.

The Strike Supposed to be Ended.

London, July 3

Router's Odessa correspondent telegraphs that the Pobiedonosteff on Sunday sent 40 hostages ashore and asked the Czar's forgiveneso for mutinying, pleading that they had not damaged the ship. The Governor proclaimed that all danger of a oatastrophe had passed and ordered the strikers to resume. Manufacturers are sanguine that the men will resume immediately. Some accounts state that theKniaz's crew drank all the champagne and vodka aboard. On Saturday the mutinous ships sent a deputation threating the Governor thoy would bombard unless the city capitulated in 48 hours.

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Collapse of the Naval Mutiny,, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6612, 4 July 1905

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Collapse of the Naval Mutiny, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6612, 4 July 1905

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