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Mutiny, Feud, and Suicide.

Roumanian Attitude.

Received July 4, 9.3 a.m.

St. Petersburg July 3

There are 43,000 troops in Odessa.

The rebels ore in constant communication with the Kniaz Potemkio* Sixty-five of the latter's crew were wouuderl in an internecine feud aboard the vessel.

On Saturday the Kniaz Potemkin seized another Russian collier carrying 2,000 tons of coil.

The captain of the Georgi Pobiedonosteff committed suicide. The crew landed the officers in the vicinity of Odessa. Eoumania wishes to treat the Kniaz Poteinkin's orew of 700 as foreign deserters, ordering them to land without arms. The party wore allowed to land at Rustendji and buy provisions. The crew of the Russiin gunboat Piezuape are also at Rustendji, fraternising with the muti-

neers,

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Mutiny, Feud, and Suicide., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6612, 4 July 1905

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Mutiny, Feud, and Suicide. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6612, 4 July 1905

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