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An Extraordinary Warning.

The Prospects of Peace.

Further Japanese Successes.

London, July 17

China has issued an extraordinary circular warning Korea against sanctioning 'any alteration of the status quo in the event of peace. The "Times" Moscow correspondent states that a high official closely connected with the negotiations regards the chances of peace as very remote since the invasion of Sakhalien.

Since capturing Tladimir, Ovka, Brijin, the Japanese have occupied the whole of the south of Sakhalien. When defeated at Daliney*. the Russians fled to Mouka, abandoning five gnns and losing 80 prisonera. The Japanese casualties were 70.

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An Extraordinary Warning., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6624, 18 July 1905

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An Extraordinary Warning. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6624, 18 July 1905

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