IN THE EAST.
GEICM AX ARTILLERY FOR TURKEY. BLOCKED BY HUMAN IA. HOME, October 19. A iaught train of 150 trucks, loaded with artillery, ammunition, and war material, from Germany Turkey wards, has iieen seized at tdegevo. Similar trains fieely traversed Rumania prior to King Card's death. -SIEGE OF PR2EMYSL. PETROGRAD, October 19. liio riegt? of I’rzemysl continue* uniri- ' terruptedly. I he (Irviiinn KtatT are directing vigorous Aucuc-flungariun defence, operations. TURKEY'S DEVIOUS PATH. THE SURTAX INTERVENES. LONDON’, October 20. The “Bourse Gazette's’ Constantinople < correspondent states that as tho’ result of a family council the Sultan, in order to ‘ combat Enver Bey's dictatorship and German influence, has unexpectedly proclaimed the'heir-presumptive, Zia-ed-di'n, generalis- ■ simo of the army and navy. . THE GERMAN’ SAILORS STILL IX TURKEY. ■ ■ - - LOXDOX, October 19. Renter's .Constantinople correspondent States that the. Porte has repeatedly .assured' Britain that she would repatriate the German .-ail.an. it is now evident that she is unable to dispense with them i ii she desired*
t GERMANS WILL WINTER IN ' POLAND. ] (London 'Times’ and Sydney ‘Sun’ Services.) i LONDON, October 19. It is reliably stated that the Germans | contemplate wintering in Poland. I :
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IN THE EAST., Evening Star, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914