JAPS DISPLAY GREAT BRAVERY. Muse Nina Successive Charges. Though Expored to Galling Fire. The details of tho drilling at Kin Chou eniphflslro the heroic tennelty of tho Japanese In their conduct nt I Nan Shan hill I Nino surce-aMivo times tho Jnpnnctn Infantry charged the fortified height In tho face of a storm of death-dealing missiles, and In their lat effort they carried tho forts and trenches, only after a bnyonet to bayonet conflict with the Russians, who mndo a des-;erato, des-;erato, despairing struggle to moofc the oncoming hordes. Tho flnnl aspnult of tho Jnpancao, "In which they nt last succeeded In tnlclng possession, was mnrked by thoj moat deaperato hand to hnnd encounter encoun-ter that has thus far chnrncterlr.eil the war. The Japanese left, throughout tlm entire action until nhrbt, waa exposed to nn enhlnillng fire from the Russian Infnnfry, a gunboat on Tnllcnwnn bny nnd four 9-centlmeter guna posted at Tnfang Chen. At a critical moment the ammunition ammuni-tion of thn nrtlllery rn,n low, nnd it was decided to cast the remaining ammunition am-munition Into nnn final desperate aa sault. Fortunntely. however, at tho moment mo-ment thin decision wss reached the-Japanese the-Japanese squadron In Kin Chou bay, which had censed iMimliarillnr; when thn Infantry had first moved forwnrd, suddenly resumed the shelling of Nan Bhnn hill.