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War in the Far East.

Iv Sakhalien.

Ru'sian Troops fly in a Panic.

United Press Association—Hy Electric

Telegraph—Copyright

London, July 15

The Japanese found a number of heavy undamaged guas m th« Khorsakorsk fort 1?

Three tbon?sal Russian troops, aftor blowing ur> tho ai's«iial ani setting fire _to the town, fled in a terrible panic, the citizsns foilowiag.

JapxnGss Progress in Sakhalien

Received July 17, 9.2 a.ra

ToKto, July 36

Ifc is officially announced that the Japanese dislodged'the "Russians from several positions iv f-'ftkhalien, including one to 'the north of Dalineys which was fortified with field and machine guns. Here the Russians stubbornly resisted, losing 150.

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War in the Far East., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6623, 17 July 1905

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War in the Far East. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6623, 17 July 1905

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