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w 2 THE WASHINGTON TIMES TI rnR MONDAY MONI1AY MAY 16 1904 Jot 1
head one division being already alrMld across acrossthe acrosth acrossthe
the th rher and the other two massed massedbehind mas masaedbehind ed edbthlnd
behind the hill a mile north of Wlju Wljuprotected W Vtjuprotected u uprotected
protected frAm fr m the fire ft r the Russian Russianguns R 1tUS6tRTguns 9Stlln 9Stllnguns
guns at Klullencheng KlullenchengA K1ulIenchcnA
A great surprise was in store for the theRussians theRusRlnns theRussians
Russians What happened the following followingdfty followingtIny followingdty
tIny with regard to totrtitlery artillery artlller deserves u ubf t tbe t tb
bf b > ranked among the th cleverest moves or ofwarfare orwarfare orwarfare
warfare since the Introduction Int x1uctlon of mod modern modern modem ¬
ern em ordnance The Theconcentratlon concentration of the thedivision thpdivision th thdivision
division also appears to have been maw masterly matltrly mawtony ¬
tony pot ot only In the th execution of ofmovements ormovcxucnts ofmoverient5
movements but In the manner In which whichthey whichthty whichthoy
they have concealed from the enemy enemywho eoem eoemwho enemywho
who appear to tohae have been ignorant l orant thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the Japanese left had closed upon Wlju WljuAt WijuAt VIJuAt
At daybreak April 30 the scene was waspeaceful wapencetul waspeaceful >
peaceful in n the extreme Across the thesandy thoHandy thesandy
sandy bed of the Yalu meandered me ndered three threesparkling threellnrkllng threesparkling
sparkling blue streams Beyond the thepurple th thpurple thpurple
purple mountains of Manchuria stretch stretched stretohed stretched ¬
ed In encUosp vista Only Onl on the south southern sou southem h hern ¬
ern em slopes of the hills on the Korean Koreanside Kore KoreanSiIP n nsldf
side > was there evidence of war warDropping warDropping warDropping
Dropping our gaze from the far north northto northto northto
to our feet we w saw a valley va1Je black with withmen withmen withmen
men horses baggage and ammunition ammunitiontrains ammunitiontrains ammunitiontrains
trains and all the paraphernalia of an anarmy anarmy anarmy
army on the move The suggestion Wits wrfsthat wfisthat Witsthat
that the army would cross the river riverthat rIverthat riverthat
that the crossing crOS8in was inevitable and andthat andthat andthat
that the possibility of defeat did riot riotenter riotent notenter
enter ent > r into the Japanese calculations calculationsJaps calculationslaps calculationsJaps
Japs in Single File FileWhen FileWhen FileWhen
When the rising sun lit up the hills hillsopposite hl1sopposite hillsopposite
opposite Wiju Uu Japanese In thousands thousandswere thousandsWHC thousandswere
were descried des ried strung out in single tile tilestreaming tilestreaming tilestreaming
streaming along the bridle path tra traversing trnvtrsJng tm tmversing ¬
versing the lower slopes As they th wound woundIn woundIn woundin
In and out of the ravines they gradually graduallyascended gradual1ascended graduallyascended
ascended their thelrobjoct object objoctovidently evidently being to tooccupy tooccupy tooccupy
occupy the heights commanding Tiger TigerHill TigerHill TigerHill
Hill and its 1t approaches approachesRounding approachesRounding approachesRounding
Rounding the spur they thecmne comb cne into intoview Intoview intoview
view of the Russians on Tiger Iger Hill neck necknd necleand neckand
and nd were instantly subjected to a heavy heavyshrapnel hoovyshrapnel heavyshrapnel
shrapnel fire The Russian gun un posi position position postlion ¬
tion was DS thus revealed and the Japanese Japanesebatteries Japanesebatteries TnpanesebntterlEs
batteries north northot of Wlju opened fire and andspeedily nndspeedily andspeedily
speedily silenced the Russian guns The TheJapanese TheJapanese TueJapanese
Japanese steadily stendl advanced and soon soonheld soonheld soonhold
held the heights whence they the brought broughtrifle broughtrJfie broughtrifle
rifle fire to bear on the Russians who whowere whowere whowere
were eventually eventual1 compelled to cross tho thoAiho thoAlho thew theAiho
Aiho and join their main forrCi forrCiTHUNDERSTRUCK CoreeTHUNDERSTRUCK forccTHUNDERSTRUCK
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THUNDERSTRUCK THUNDERSTRUCKBY
BY RAIN OF FIRE FIREDuring FIREDuring FIREDuring
During the operations the dramatic dramaticfeature dramaticfature dramaticfeature
feature of the day was witnessed The TheRussians TheRussians TheRussians
Russians believed the enemy possessed possessedfield possessedfield possessedfield
field guns only and their position OlIltlon were werecalculated werecalculnted werecalculated
calculated to deal with artillery of that thatcaliber thatcaUber thatcaliber
caliber alone For the same reason they theyhad the thehad theyhad
had taken no pains to mask thai their r guns gunsWhen gunsVhen gunsThen
When the Japanese opened upon them themwith themwith themwith
with several howitzer batteries they theywere thcywere theywere
were thunderstruck thunderstruckOn
On the first Island opposite Wlju held heldby heldby heldby
by tho Japanese Is a belt of trees vivid vividly vividIs Ivld Ivldly ¬
ly green and fresh looking Ffom F otn out outof outor outof
of this Innocentlooking gem of nature naturecame naturecame naturemime
came a terrible rain of shell and shrap shrapnel shrapnel shnipnel ¬
nel which played upon the Russian bat batteries batterles batterles ¬
terles on the conical hill swept men and andguns ant antguns andguns
guns tore the ground and smashed smashedrocks smashedrocks smashedrocks
rocks rocksIn rocks1n rocksn
In n the air around the Russian position positionwere positionWere positionwere
were white puffs of smoke sm ke denoting denoUn the theexplosion theexplosion theexplosion
explosion of shrapnel while the hill It Itself Itl5elt itself ¬
self struck by b shells from the heavy
howitzers looked like an active volcano volcanofrom 01 can >
belc belcing lng clouds ot gray black smoke smokfrom smokefrom
from a dozen d dbze zen different places No sooner
had the storm burst than t1e Rus Russian Russian Bussian ¬
sian shrapnel streamed through thrQu h the air airt
In reply to the unexpected attack attackEnveloping ttnckI
t Enveloping Smoke SmokeThe SmokeThe
The green of the trees was was obscured obscuredby obscuredby obscuredby
by the smoke of the bursting b urstlng shells shellsClouds shellsClouds
Clouds of sand and dust raised by the themissiles themissiles themissiles
missiles striking the ground floated floatedaway floatedaway
away on the wind and an the booming boomingguns boomingguns
guns and the deep thundering sound of ofthe orthe ofthe
the explosions filled the valley valleyFor vnlle vnlleFor valleyFor
For half hal an hour the Russians stuck stuckto stuckto stuckto
to their guns manfuly but gradually
their fire slackened and finally ceased ceasedtheir ceasedtheir ceasedtheir
their guns being silenced and the gun gunners gunnetS gunners ¬
ners dead deadAn dendAn deadAn
An attempt was made to bring up
horses to remove the guns but was
foiled by a fresh outburst from the Jap ¬
anese artillery artUle1 The Japanese fire was
then directed on the Russian camp and
picket lines creating great gr tt havoc
lhe Russian loss cannot be ascer ¬
tained but the Japanese casualties in
the artillery nrUller duel were two killed and
twentyfive wounded Trees hid their
position t1 sitlon from the Russians and though
we to the right of the rear saw the
flash fi < 1shor of every gun fired to the Rue Russians Uu UuElane Rueatans ¬
sians this was invisible invisibleTheir JnvhllbleTheir InvisibleTheir
Their fire was directed on the belt Af f
trees from tro n which the deadly hall came cam
hu but the high angle fire of the howltzes howitzersenabled howltzesenabled howltzesenabled
enabled the Japanese to work their theirguns theirguns theirguns
guns from pits which the Russiar Russianshrapnel RussiarShrapnel Russiarshrapnel
shrapnel fired at random rarely pene ¬
il Unted ated The success of the day was waswith waswith wasw1th
with the Japanese and the glory with
tht th Russians who fought their guns to
the bitter end endOn endOn endOn
On the night of April 30 the infamr infamrof Inlanttor
of another Japanese division crossed cros e1
the Yalu followed by b a third division dh slon
At daybreak May 1 we vCk saw them on 011lhe Oh
the Russian side of the river rl r stretched stretchedout stretcheflout stretchedout
out In long thin blaqk lines sheltered d
by the depressions depr < < sslo1s In the he bed pf the theriver theriver
river nve
A kFron JcrrontAttack JcrrontAttackWe Front Att Attack AttackWe cc ccWe
We realized slowly slolythatth thatthe thatthd3aphnese thatthd3aphneseccntemplated Japanese Japanesecontemplated 3oJk1nesccntemplatcd
contemplated a frontal frontnlaf frontalat1thk attack ck Beforo Beforoany Berran Bofrany
any an move was made tho theJApanese Japanese guns gunionened gun gunonened gunsonened
onened up P on the ground behind IOu Kiuliencheng Klullencheng IOuliencheng
liencheng with shrapnel shr pnel shell sweep sweeping sweepIng sweeplag ¬
ing and searching t every inch of the theridges theridges theridges
ridges where the th Russians Russl ns were sup supposed supOsed supposed ¬
posed > Osed to be No Russian RUS lan guns replied repliedThey rcpUctlThfO repliedThey
They ThfO had departed departedSoon departedSoon departedSoon
Soon the Japanese lire slackened and andthen andth andthen
then th n the leading line upon the sand be became became became ¬
came animated and slowly crept for forward torward forward ¬
ward toward the base of the conical
MIL It advanced quite a long time timeduring timer timelch timeduring
during r which lch the suspense was painful painfulto painfulTht1n
to endure endureThrti emlureThtlh u
Thrti there came to our ears the quick quickgrunting quickgunting quickgrunting
grunting of distant volleys stuttering
down the wind and the sound of heavy
musketry fire The line showed gaps
faltered and melted away awa some run runmany
fling backward others taklngto shelter sheltermany sheltermany
many mortally mortalihurt hurt but the second line lineclose lincclosc lineclose
close behind bcblndsathor gathered d up zp the remnants remnantsand remnantsfi remnantsand
and fi swept on followed by line upon pon ponClosing
line
lineClosing
Closing on the hill they diverged to
the right and left winding windingup up tho pre precIpltous pre ¬
cipitous front and swarming thoslbplng thoSI p1ng
sides BidesFLAG sidesFLAG sidesFLAG
FLAG UNFURLEDON UNFURLED UNFURLEDON
ON THEMEIGHTSMeanwhile THEMEIGHTS THEHE1dHTsMeanwhile
Meanwhile at nlthenr tttthoflrst the first t 7olI6y 10in O1ly from the
Russians the iJhpan Japanese artillery rtlllcry again
began to plant shells shtli3upon upon the ridge ridgeraising ridgeraising ridgeraising
raising clooVjp clou of dust duatln in every direction
The Japanese continued to climb until
they were noar the top when they halt halted haIted halted ¬
ed and massed ready to charge ovor the thecrest thecres thecrest
crest crestThen cres crestThen t tThen
Then In the very midst of the dark rlark
blot upon the hillside appeared two
flashes fia hes and two enlarging cloud otoucls Jt t
wa was another pf Q these the e sickening lckonlngaCCI acci ace ¬
dents that occur On bnttlefloldB and
which have been too often oft5 experienced
by ourselves whwj Whl1 guns gunslune have been sup ¬
porting an assault Twentyseven Tw y8even mod ¬
est Japanese Japnn e graves now now occupy the thespot thespQt thespot
spot as the heavy penalty for a slight
misunderstanding Worseof Worse of the same sam
nature was to befall the Russians be ¬
fore lone
Flag on highest Spot SpotAt SpotAt SpotAt
At last the cpfh rpjhVBE was made ma e and a d the
Japanese flag fta ftag w was s bravely unfurled unfurledfirst unrurledfinst unfurledfirst
first on one oneet eIUe I > and ln tften0iT tJien n jho ho other otherplant otherone otherone
one dark r p r z4flng tng hlbng alOng defying dety1nth defyingthe
th the bullet J Qt m rf rtiring rlng Russians to toplant toplant
plant his country coun s flag in the highest highestpossible hlght highestpossible Sl Slpossible
possible maco macoJapan a aJapan aco acoJapan
Japan had hadljitt Uoatap JoQtQ the Russians at attheir Httheir attheir
their first meeting m etlng on land and vied vindicated viedcated lml1 lml1cntod ¬
cated her claim to a place among amon na ¬
tions That was all we saw They told toldus toldUs toldus
us therp there wore WO 71 Japanese casualties
It Is diftlouclt to realize r aUze that suoh a anumber anumber anumber
number had adb been rendered hors hr de com ¬
I
bat In so short a fight What else hap happened happened ¬
pened during the day da will only be beknown beknown 1 1known
known through the official report reportposition reportOn
Un May 6 I the capture or the Russian Russianposition Russianposition I
position at Klullencheng revealed tho thofact thofact thefact
unable to toremove toremove I Iremove
fact that the Russians were
remove eight of their guns owing It is isbelieved isbelieved t tbtUeved
believed to lack of horses which shows showsIn showsthe I
In the deadlines s of the fire the lh Japanese Japanesedirected Japmesedirected Japanesedirected
directed against the th Russian picketing picketinglines i ithe IUnes
lines on the previous das EI EvhOntlY EvhOntlYthe ntly I
the Russians Anticipated more delibera deliberation dEUberntlon delibemation ¬
tion on the part of o the enemy encm whose who whosedashing e edashing I Idashing
dashing onslaught forced tor cd them to retire retireand retireI retireiind
and leave these coveted trophies1 tro phitS of war warHardly warHardly ar arHardly
I Hardly had the Japanese scaled the theposition theposition theposition
position at KiuUencheng than the re reserves reserves rcserves ¬
serves of two divisions divisions who had hither hitherto hitherto hitherto ¬
to taken no 10 part J > rt in the proceedings proceedingsere
store ere set in motion Both bodies of men menaccompanied menaccompanied menaccompanied
accompanied by mountain gun guns hurried hurriedalong hurriedaloug hurriedalong
along right and left of the Pekln road roadwith roadwith roadWith
with the Intention of cutting off the re retreat retreat metreat ¬
treat of the defeated Russians RussiansThe RU3slanNThe RussiansTile
The reserves of the teinalning 1 division divisionfollowed divisionfollowed divisionfollowed
followed more leisurely lelsurel employing de delayed delayed delayed ¬
layed tactics tacticsTho ta tncicsThe lcs lcsThe
The flanking bodies In their haste out outstripped ou1lrJpped outstripped ¬
stripped their guns and after advanc advancing advaucm advancing ¬
ing m parallel to the road until abreast abreastof abrca abreastof t tor
of the retiring enemy enem they suddenly suddenlyclosed suddenlyc suddenlycosed
closed c oscd in completely surprising the theRussians thehi thehussians
Russians hi lans who were forced to 4 take ke a adefensive i icefensive L LCefeonslve
defensive position at Hohmutang flohmutangJAPS HohmutangJAPS HohmutangJAPS
JAPS MAD M D CHARGE CHARGEAT CHARGEAT CHARGEAT
AT HOHMUTANG HOHMUTANGThe
The body pursuing in the rear quick quickened Quiclthed quickened ¬
ened hed Its movements mOV moviinents D1ents and all threo threosimultaneously threoszmultaneously threesimultaneously
simultaneously engaged the Russians RussiansA nussimsdesperate
A I desperate fight ensued the Russians Russiansat
at short range using their guns with withdeadly with0adly vlthcndly
deadly effect effectThe eftee1lht eiTectThe
The Japanese greatly srcatl outnumbered outnumberedtheir outnumbcrudthlr outnumberedtheir
their opponents and Inflicted terrible terriblelosses terribleIo terriblelosses
losses Io < ses with rifle fire Without guns the theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese J1Io neSe might well have retired and andwaited andwaited
waited for support but the men jca1 jca1ous jca1ous Sealous
ous of the laurels earned by their com comrades comrndes cornrades ¬
rades earlier in the day d were wild to toget togtL toget
get at the enemy enemyWith enemyIth enemyWith
With Ith loud cheers all U three bodies bodieswith bodiesllth bodiesi1th
with llth bayonets fixed charged the Ru Rusitm HuSibn Itur IturSian
sitm position in almost solid masses massesSuch mass mass3sSuch s sSuch
Such impetuosity backed by b superior superiornumbers superlolnvrabers superiornumbers
numbers could not be withstood and andthe undthEs andthe
the Russians hoisted the white flag in intqketi Intqt Intqkee
tqketi tqt of surrender surrenderwith surrer surrenderWith er erWith
with the Russians Russl 1s were twenty guns gunsall gunsaU gunsall
all of which fell Into the hands of the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese Twenty officers were taken takenprisoners tnketaprIsoners takersprisoners
prisoners prIsoners and 400 men more than half halfof haltof halfof
of them wounded woundedJapanese woundedjapanese woundedJapanese
Japanese Casualties CasualtiesThe CasualUesThe CasualtiesThe
The Japanese estimated thXr th r casual casualtics c casualties sua1 sua1tics
tics in this short fight at Vj 3 The Rus Russians Russians Ruesians ¬
sians must have lost treble that num number numbel numher ¬
her The latest figures flf C tile casualties casualtiesand casua1t1esand casualtiesand
and captures on May 1 state that the thoJapanese theJnpaneso theJapanese
Japanese losses were Killed 5 officers officersand officersand officersand
and 160 men wounded 29 officers and 666 656men 666mon 666men
men total S60 60 So far as the Russians Russiansare Russians Russiansare Russiansare
are concerned 1362 bodies were ro buried burledby buriedby buriedby
by the Japanese while l1l1e 475 wounded are areIn arein arein
In the Japanese hospital The captures captureswere captureswere captureswere
were 28 guns 20 officers and 13S men In Inaddition InaddltJon Inaddition
addition to the wounded woundedThe woundedThe woundedThe
The distribution of the Russian force forcewhich torcevhlch forcewhich
which had its center at Klullencheng
has been ascertained to have been ap approximately approximately approximately ¬
proximately 2000 west of Antung 20000 20000at 20000at 20000at
at Antung and 5000 at Kiullencheng
The Russians known to havt occupied occupiedHencheng occupiedyarlous occupiedvarious
various points on t1e Ynlu above Klu KlulIencheng Kiuliencheng
lIencheng took no part In the opera operatlons operatlons operations
tlons described nor did any of those thosebelow thosebelow thosebelow
below Klullencheng KlullenchengRUSSIAN 1lulIenchenRUSSIAN JIuhienchengRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN FORCES FORCESMUCH FORCESMUCH FORCESMUCHINFERIOR
MUCH MUCHINFERIOR MUCHINFERIORWhile INFERIOR INFERIORWhile
While lIe the remarkable victory rests restswith restswith
with the Japanese the fact remains remainsthat remainsthat remainsthat
that they outnumbered the enemy near nearly nearlyten nearly ¬
ly lyten ten to one and must necessarily have haveeffected haveeffected
effected a crossing and scored success successbut successbut
but that thf they snould have Inflicted ca calamitous calamltous enlamitous ¬
lamitous defeat upon the Russians Russlnna be beyond beond beyond ¬
yond ond all prediction is accounted for by bythe bythe bythe
the fact that Russian methods guns gunsand gunsand gunsand
and rifles riflesare are old fashioned fashionedWith fashlnnedWith fashionedWith
With the Japanese no fault can be befound befound befound
found except that they thc achieved chl ved re results res mesulfa ¬
sulfa s lts at great expense which might have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been secured more cheaply A A demon demonstration demonstratlon demonstmatlon ¬
stration in front of Klulencheng which whichmight whIchmight whichmight
might have been accomplished d with with but
little loss would have held the Rus Russians Russians Rugslans ¬
sians and permitted a flanking move movement movement movemeet ¬
ment on a wider and larger scale simi ¬
lar to the one which actually took took place placeon placeon placeon
on the Russian left seeing that they
were in possession of 01 o Tiger Hill
Such a move on the part of the Jap ¬
anese would have been perfectly prac ¬
ticable considering conslderln the number of men menand m menand n nand
and guns at their disposal disposalExtravagant disposalExtrav disposalExtravagant
Extravagant Extrav gant Victories VictoriesTwo Victorieslwo VictoriesTwo
Two factors doubtless Influenced them themone themone themone
one the necessity of giving an army armyclamorus arm armc1amo armyclarnorus
clamorus c1amo s to emulate the deeds of p their theirnaval theirnaval theirnaval
naval brethern an opportunity xo o earn earndistinction earndistinction earndistinction
distinction and the other the political politicalexpediency polltcalexpedier poltcalexpediency
expediency expedier of inflicting a t stunriiijgblow stunriiijgblowon st tun udiijgb1ow udiijgb1owon lrigblow lrigblowon
on the enemy enem and nd demonstrating4 demonstratinoc demonstratinocand + aUonc aUoncand toc tocand
and the same tme time their ability to cope copewith copewith copewith
with European troops trooIs In close quarters quartersThese Qu quarters quartersThese rters rtersThe5e
These objects they theynchleved achieved with the theloss theloss theloss
loss of 900 men threefourths of whom whomwill whomm whomwIll
will m soon be fit again Though the fight fighting fightJng fightIng ¬
ing strength of the Russian forces orces in the
Far East has been impaired inflnltest inflnltestmally JnfinlteSImaJlyor Inllnitesimallyfor
mally maJlyor for many of the guns captured capturedwere capturedwere capturedwere
were old and it is assumed they are arewell arewell arewell
well furnished with modern weapons weaponsthe weaponsthe weaponsthe
the moral effect trect on the Russian army arm
is tremendous They realize that the th thJapanese
Japanese soldier Is not an object of con contempt contempt contempt ¬
tempt but an equal bold and relentness relentnessfoe relentnpsstoe relentnessfoe
foe in war This will not be without withouteffect withoutetrect withouLeffect
effect on the illpaid Russian soldier soldierwho soldierwho soldierwho
who Is almost half a a slave The Japa Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
nese have h3vecnlculnted calculated upon this effect effectOn etrectOn effectOn
On the night of the 1st instant Japa Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
nese headquarters encamped encam d at Klu Klullencheng KluUencheng Kiuhiencheng
llencheng the troops after their hard harddays harddays harddays
days fighting bivouacking where they theywere theywere theywere
were halted During the night bands of ofChinese orChlnes ofChinese
Chinese swarmed over the two battle battlefields battlefields battlefields ¬
fields stripping the dead of clothes and andaccoutcrments andnccouterments andaccouterments
accouterments accoutcrmentsThe nccoutermentsThe accoutermentsThe
The Japanese greatly enraged estab established established estabhished ¬
lished a system of patrols which pre prevented prevented prevented ¬
vented the possibility of a recurrence recurrenceof
of anything similar They are offering offeringrewards otrerIngrewards offeringrewards
rewards for the apprehension of the mis miscreants mlscreants miscreante ¬
creants creantsOn creantsOn creanteOn
On May 2 a Japanese patrol brought broughtword broughtword broughtword
word that on the previous night near nearFanghenchenjr nearFanghencheng nearFanghencheng
Fanghencheng two Russian parties partiesmet plrUegmet pirtiesmet
met In the dark each mistaking tho thoother thoother theother
other for or the enemy enem A furious fight en ensued ensuod ensued ¬
sued which lasted until daylight when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Russians discovered their grievous grievouserror grleouserror grievouserror
error It appears they were rear flank flankIng tlan1tInr flanking
Ing Inr parties retiring on the main Rus Russian RusJlan Russian ¬
sian force and had narrowly escaped escapedbeing escapcdbeing escapedbeing
being included In the net which the theJapanese theJnpanese theJapanese
Japanese had thrown around the rear rearguard rearguard rearguard
guard
Russians Fight Russians RussiansBeing RussiansBlng RussiansBeing
Being unable to Join their comrades comradesduring comradtSdurIng comradesduring
during daylight they essayed jit night nightto nightto nightto
to effect a junction going across coun country COUIItr country ¬
try tr and marching over hills which In Inthi 11thl iathe
the dark was Impracticable ImpracticableUnfortunately ImpracticabJetrntortunately impracticableUnfortunately
Unfortunately one party which had hadfound hallCeund hadeund
found the road and was as making for tne tneRussian tneRussian teeRussian
Russian camp heard another party partyrerambling partyframbJlng partyimambhing
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WHERE JAPANESE APA SE AND RUSSIANS BATTLED ON THE YALU YALUS YALUSane
S Sane ene of first encounter between the armies of the two belligerents in tb c struggle for supremacy on land
fire In the direction of the noise with withthe withthe withthe
the unhappy result recorded recordedDuring recordedDuring recordedDuring
During this fight which was clrcuin clrcuinFtfintlally clrcumtJntlaUy circuinrztsntiahiy
Ftfintlally reported to the Japanese by bythe b bthe bythe
the Chinese 110 Russians were killed killednnd k1l1etiaed killedand
and 70 wounded In support of this thigFtatement thisItatement thisstatement
statement the Chinese pointed out the thegl theSIeves theSlaves
gl SIeves ayes wnere nere the Russians RussiansburJel buried thcr thcrdlU th therdead T Tdead
dead dlU and there seems no reason to todoubt todubt todoubt
doubt the substantial truth of the thestory tbo tbo8t01 thestory
story storyTORPEDO 8t01 8t01TORPEDO storyTORPEDO
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A JAP CRUISER CRUISERTho
Tho Japanese cruiser Mlyako Miyakohas I1ako has been beensunk beetsunk beensunk
sunk by b a Russian R sslan mine This js state statement statement tatq tatqment ¬
ment is made In an ln official dispatch disp dispat i f1 to tothe t tthe tothe
the Japanese legation legatlonh l gation here her r from tr fromTokyd fromTokydas mT Tokyo Tokyoas KY KYas
as followsAdmiral follows followsAdmiral foU ws c cAdmiral
Admiral Kataoka reports that on onMay onMay onMay
May 14 our torpedo boat flotilla con continued conI continued ¬
I tinued Its sea sweeping operations under undercover underi undercover
i cover of the fleet The enemy enem con constructed constructed constructed ¬
structed temporary batteries on the pro proi promono promonotory
i monotory mono tory between Kerr Bay aqd Talien Talienwan TaUenwan Tailenwan
wan and placed six field guns besides besIdesa
i a hastily constructed fort With one oneDEMONET oneDIED oneDIED
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882 IennXre 1tnn Te N W Washington D C CAUCTION CAUCTION CAUCTION
AUCTION SALES SALESJAMES SALEST SALESTAMES
JAMES T IES W v RATOLIFFE Auctioneer AuctioneerRECEIVERS AuctioneerRECEIVERS AuctioneerRECEIVERS
RECEIVERS SALE s LE OF ALL THE THEPROPERTY TH THPROPERTY THEPROPERTY
PROPERTY OF THE METROPOLI METROPOLITAN METROPOIITAN METROPOLITAN ¬
TAN COACH COMPANY KNOWN KNOWNAS KNOWNAS KNOWNAS
AS THE HERDIC LINE LINEBy LINEB LINEBy
By B virtue of a decree of the Supreme SupremeCourt SuprcneCourt SupremeCourt
Court of the District of Columbia sitting sittingas
as a court of equity the undersigned undersignedreceiver underslgnehreceiver undersigneareceiver
receiver will sell at public auction on onFRIDAY onFRIDAY onFRIDAY
FRIDAY MAY 27 1 1904 at 11 OCLOCK OCLOCKA
A M all the property and effects In Including Ineluding ineluding ¬
eluding the franchise of the Metropolitan MetropolitanCoach MetropolitanCoach MetropolitanCoach
Coach Company Com pan and embracing 75 75horses 75hOrles 75horses
horses 25 herdics lot harness 1 sot sotblacksmith 5 setblacksmith t tblncksmlth
blacksmith tools 1 safe sae 2 desks 1 pair pairscales pallscaleH pairscales
scales 1 snowplow 1 feed cutter and a anumber anumber anumber
number of other miscellaneous articles articlesThe artlcle8The articlesThe
The sale will take place In front of o the thocompanys tltlcompans thecompanys
companys stable 1914 E Street north northwest northwest northwest ¬
west Terms Cash CashS
S DANA LINCOLN Receiver ReceiverM
M J COLBERT Attorney
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resisted our attack attackOur attackOur attackOur
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enemys enm tire carried out the operation operationand operaiSontlland operaoneand
and destroyed five mines laid by bytha bythacnem tho thoenemy thaenemy
enemy cnem Unfortunately Cnortunat lj one of the the mines minesexploded minescxploded minesexploded
exploded and sunk > our cruiser crullf r In this thisaccident thisaccident thisaccident
accident six men were wounded besides besWeathe be besidesthe tdes tdesthe
the two who were wer werq < x xFirst < t killed during the theflght thefisht thefight
fight
First Russian Naval Success SuccessLIAOYANG SuccessLIAOYANG SuccessLIAOYANG
LIAOYANG LIAOYANG May lola 15Delayed In IntransmissonvThe IntransmisslonrThe intransmissionsThe
transmissonvThe Russian fleet scored scoredits scoredIts scoredits
its first distinct naval success auCC 6fI of the thewar thowar thewar
war on May Ma 10 by the torpedoing and andcrippling andcrippling andcrippling
crippling though not the sinking of an anirmored an1rmor antrinored
irmored 1rmor d Japanese cruiser In TalJenwan TalJenwanBay TallenwanBl TalienwanThe
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planned On OnMay May 10 while Iho Japanese Japanesesauadron Japnnesosauadron Japnesesauadron
sauadron was concentrated outside outsideDalny outsideDalny I IDaln
Dalny Daln devoting Its whole attention to toTallenwan toTallenwan toTahienwan
Tallenwan Bay and was carried out outthe outthe I Ithe
the same night nightThe I
The attacking force was not a regular regulartorpedo j I
torpedo boat but was only a small smallnaphtha smanlnaphtha smallnqphtha
naphtha launch in command of a young youngnaval youngnaval oung I Inaval
naval officer who had with Ith him three
Jafckles Tho launch mounted a small smallmachine smallmachine smallmachine
machine gun and carried three tor torpedoes torl1cdoes torpedoes ¬
pedoes
Torpedo Launched LaunchedWhen LaunchedWhen
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When darkness fell the launch crept creptout creptout creptout
out of Port Arthur hugging hu gIng the shore shorewith shorewith shorewith
with no lights aboard and no nO glow glowi glowfrom Iow Iowrrom
i from the engines to betray betra her pres presi prt presenee > s senee
i enee It was late when the launch launchgained launchgained launchgained
gained the outer line of the Japanese Japanesesquadron Japan Japanquesquadron e esquadron
squadron She slipped sUp d through the tdr torpedo tdrpedo tdrpedo ¬
pedo boat pickets and selecting the thenearest thenearest thenearest
nearest warship a big armored cruiser cruisershe cruisershe cruisershe
she stolo toward her and succeeded in inexploding Inexploding Inexploding
exploding against her side a single tor torpedo torpedo toro ¬
pedo o A deafening roar followed the themediately thEexplosion theexplosiOn
explosion whl which ccnoed tar ashore 1m 1mmediately Immediately
mediately 11 flames mtt3 enveloped the cruiser cruiserThe cruiserw cruiserwhich
w which es1datly 1 ollhr wag badly I crippled crippledThe J 1
The crew c of the cruiser U was seen to tobe tobe tobe
be fighting the fire fil which they at last lastsucceeded lastsucceeded lastsucceeded
succeeded In extinguishing A sister sistership sistershl sistership
ship shl took the damaged vessel in tow towand towand towand
and disappeared to the southeast southeastThe southeastThe southeastThe
The launch escaped esca d the hot fire direct directed directed directed ¬
ed against her by the Japanese ships shipsbut shipsbut shipsbut
but being unable to return to Port Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur or to get Into Dalny she was wasbeached wasbeached as asbeached
beached not far from rom Dalny
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CERN This Is to notify all parties con concerned concerned concerned ¬
cerned that J J GEO SMITH of Wash Washington W Washtngton sh shington ¬
ington D C Is our authorized agent agentfor agenttor agentfor
for the sale of pencils and rubber erasers erasersIn era erasersin ers ersin
In the Treasury Department of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Government and that all allvouchers allvouchers allvouchers
vouchers checks and warrants made madeto madeto madeto
to him In his name for said goods oods are areand nrt nrtand areand
and belong to us under the hc terms of ofsaid ofsaid ofsaid
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for the sale of pens In the Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreasuryDepartment TreasuryDepartment
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and warrants made to him in his name namefor nametor namefor
for said goods are and belong to ua uaunder usunder s sunder
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I I THE FIRST annual meeting of the thestockholders theI thestockholders
I stockholders of the Mosaic Tile and andTement anllI andement
Cement Brick Machinery Company will willI willbe willbe
I I be held in its offices in the Bond Build Building BendIng Building ¬
ing Washington D C JUNE 8 19tM 19tMAT 19OtNr 1904At
AT NOON for lor the purpose of electing electinga
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UHOS 1 HOS J J PARKER Secretary SecretarymyS30t Secretarym830t SecretarymyS0t
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