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A Refugee's Report.

Black Sea Crews Insubordinate.

The Rebel Ships at Kustenji

and Theodosia,

Received July 6, 10 a.m. Vienna, July 5 Princess Stourdga, who essaped from Odessa, ha 3 arrived at Vienna. She saw the whole of Admiral Kruger's fleet flying: the red flag in full revolt for two hours. All except the Kniazpotemkin hoisted the ensign and sailed away. London, July 5 The" Daily Telegraph's" correspondent, confirms the above report. The crews of the Russian merchantmen in the Black Sea are insubordinate and ask leave to go to Odessa to protect their families. The Pobiedonosteff, Sevastopol and Stremitelin are at Kustenji, while the Kniazpotemkin are at Theodosia. They ask guarantees of their safety during their stay and have asked for coal, provisions, and a doctor.

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A Refugee's Report., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6614, 6 July 1905

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A Refugee's Report. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6614, 6 July 1905

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