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THE WAR. -+-. HOSTILITIES COMMENCED. REPORTED NAVAL FIGHT. RUSSIAN BATTLESHIPS DAMAGED A telegram fro.,Yi St. Peterel«irg state:- th-it Admiral Alexieg telegraphed the. Onr at mid- night last night the Japanese torpedo tx;{ attacked a squadron in tle. roads at Port Aitnui. The battleships Retvisar. aid Tsaroritoh, and the cruiser Pailads wre damxgod I No official new.- of the first; womini/T betv-een Russian and Japanese fleets has yet reached Viscount Hayashi. but nc doubt I entertained at the Japanese Legation as to Clic, accuracy of the info-rmatior, to hand Naturally there a feeling of elation tiiifc rooming in circles in) London at what is considered a. wt achieve- ment by that country's navy. Ii is thought the damage t-o the Russian vessoU mri be serious, otherwise the Russian admiral' Wegram have stated that the damage war. slight. RUSSIAN CRUISERS BLOWN UP An Exchange- fcpiegram announced that ti, Paris Messenger L-Ius, Bay; -The Japanese torpedo boats entered Pert Ariihur and ble-r up tk r»e Russian cruisers. STOCK'S DEPRESSED. The Londlcn stocik. markets- .a.r:>o again oon:;¡.r:l', ably depressed. Consols are {fovsijcta-wtlislewor. Russian fours have, falter, or.8, and Jamnose new fives by one-halt. JAPANESE DEPARTURES. Lloyd's agent at Tientsin telegraphs to-day a? follows:—Newcltwang wire- following: Japanese Consu!. Setrawa, has received instruction.- to leave the. Port. Japanese worker;; arriving from Harbing are all leaving Ch'-nwangtao. Manager and staff YokoLan;a Sp-r-ie Bank are getii:? ready to leave. Powers should demand Russia to surrender Poifc Nowchwang and make it neutral. Enormou:, tradp ir.terp >t;i involved FRANCE AfJD PROBABILITIES. [EXCHANGE TELEGRAM.] Paris, Tuesday This morning's pa-pers ai- without definite news from the Far East, hut they an particularly pre- occupied with France's eventual role, which M. Delcasse affirms v U be Strictly noucral, t;;i!e^ China's integrity > threatened. The "Matin" Bays M. Dolcasse has stafced that if a third Power helped Japan. France perhaps, was morally liound to aid Russia, but the fomty contains uothing to t*,ia t effect. M. Combe;- declared the Government will take no initiative- ¡.J the Far East without pre- viously debating ta? question in Parliament.

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