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The Kniaz Potemkin.

A Fleet in Pursuit.

United Press Association—By Electric Telegraph—Copyright. St. Petersburg, July 6

Sixty-seven ringleaders in the mutiny on the Georgi Pobiedonosteff have been im» prisoned at Kertch, and will probably be shot.

The Kniaz Poteinkin on Monday sent a torpedo boat into Skermin harbour demanding coal and provisions. When these were refused the vessel fired twice. Supplies were then given. While at Theodosia the Kniaz Potemkin issued a second proclamation warning the Powers that a decisive struggle had begun against the Russian Government and guaranteeing the inviolability of foreign ships. The ship threatened to bombard Theodosia if molested or refused supplies. London, July 6 The " Standard's " Odessa correspondent asserts that Admiral Kruger with the Rostislaf, Dvenadsat Ostloff, Tri Svifcitelia, Georgi Pobieclonosteff, a cruiser and six torpedo boats left Sevastopol for Theodosia.

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The Kniaz Potemkin., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6615, 7 July 1905

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The Kniaz Potemkin. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6615, 7 July 1905

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