THE ALBANIAN TURMOIL.
7 \ Dubazzo, May 24. The insurgents are attacking the
pity. - : yy : \-: .y GG>' The King and his consort and suite boarded -the. Italian warship: Misurata The Mplissori7 refused' to •■ march' against tlie insurgents, alleging that their duty was to protect the King. The Albanian gendarmerie, under its Dutch officers, is, marching on Schiak; ■ ' ,
Mounted men around Durazzo.
are on tbe hills
Heavy firing is in progress in the direction of Schiak.
The foreign residents, at their own request, were embarked aboard tbe Italian warships.
The naval detachments, excepting tbe Legation guards, have rejoined their respective vessels,
Members of tbe International Com* mission went to parley with tbe insurgents wbo had captured four of the Dutch officers. The Commission returned with the insurgents' representatives, who wish to confer with tbe King. The latter, accompanied by his staff, have landed,
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THE ALBANIAN TURMOIL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 439, 26 May 1914
THE ALBANIAN TURMOIL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 439, 26 May 1914
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