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. « _ TWO GERMAN SOLDIERS SENTENCEP TO DEATH. A RUSSIAN OFFICER SHOT. ITKK33 ASSOCIATION. J LONPPN, 6th May. In December last two, German soldiers patroimg ,afc Pao-ting-iu murdered £wo Chinese without provocation. The meu have boon court-ma^allcd and sentenced to death, and now await jiSmperor William's decision regarding the gcnlsace. 7th May. During 1 a fracas amongst European soldiers at Taku, at the mouth of the S>eibo ; a German soldier ghot dead :\ Russian navai lieutenant, who attack3.l Jiim with a dagger. PUNISHMENT OF ANTI-FOREIGN LEADERS. /STATEMENT BY*LQRP. CRANBORMJ (Received May '8, 9.7 a.m.) LONDON, 7tn May.^ In the Pouse pf .Cpmmpns Viscount Cranborne, Under- Secretary for Foreign Affairs, stated that Prince Tuan, the leader of the a-ati-foreign party, was undergoing perpetual imprisonment in Turkestan. China wu given a pledge that there would be no commutation of his .sentence. Tung-fu-hsiang, Lord Cranbome added, had beep banished to t*ie western province of Kansu, where he was awaiting further punishment
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