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The Far East.

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The Far East. Japanese Officers Shot as, Bridge Wreckers. St. Petersburg, Friday. General Kuropatkin telegraphs that the two Japanese officers arrested at Turtchika, in Mongolian dress, had fuses, dynamite cartridges, and pyroxene in their possession, for blowing up the' railway line. They were found guilty by Court Martial at Harbin,, but, as they were officers, they were shot, instead of hanged, on April 16th. Another despatch from General Kuropatkin says a steamer was, sighted on the night of the 19th,. lying to opposite Cap Tower Hill near Kaichon. She sent out a boat apparently to take soundings. All is quiet on the Yalu.

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