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Minor Land Engagements.

A New Minister for War,

united Press Association—By 'dlecrric Telegraph—Copyright

London, July 5

Linievitch claims to have destroyed a Japanese batfalion on SaturJa'y, after storming fortified positions at Sauvaitse, and also eeveral minor successes. The Japanese claim that they twice badly defeated 400 cavalry nt 'North Yuson<», in Korea, and repulsed an attack of 600 cavalry at Pinnuiho, on the right bank of the r.iao. They also claim to have simultaneously defeated another cavalry attack, backed by eighteen gun*, 8 miles northwest of Pinniuhn. Russiim losses were 400, and Japanese 90.

St. Petkrsbupg, July 5 General Roediger has succeeded Sakharoff as \linister of War.

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Minor Land Engagements., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6614, 6 July 1905

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Minor Land Engagements. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6614, 6 July 1905

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