THE RUSSIAN UPHEAVAL.
A BOMB THROWN,
Press Association-By /felesraph-Copyrujht.
ST. PETERSBURG, May 22. (Received May 23, at; 9.16 a.m.) A bomb was thrown at and severely wounded Colonel Keller at Kalisz (Poland). This ofliceiv acted' with great severity in suppressing recent disturbances.
A BRITISH RESIDENT MURDERED,
LONDON, May 22. (Received May 25, at 8.58 a.m.) Mr Robert Stewart, a prominent British resident, who acted as.American Viceconsul at Batount (Russia),.was murdered at his residence. The motive is supposed to have been robbery. .
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Otago Daily Times, Otago Daily Times, Issue 13601, 24 May 1906
THE RUSSIAN UPHEAVAL. Otago Daily Times, Issue 13601, 24 May 1906
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