TOWARDS THE SOUTH.
AUSTRIAN'S TO HELP GERMANS. LONDON, October 21. The 'Daily Chronicle's' Milan correspondent states that many Austrian troops havu often removed from the Italian i'ront;er, ostensibly to tight the Russians and Servians, but arc actually being used to strengthen tho German right wing in the neighborhood of the North Sea. AROUND SERAJEVO. (London ' Times ' ami Sydney ' Sun ' Services.) LONDON. October 21. Montenegrins; ate still -eneamped <>u the heights around Scrajevo. The garrison restrict themselves to purelv the defence of the foils. CAT: - AKO FORTS SHELLED. CETTLNJE. October 22. The nine forts about the Bay of Cattaro are ln.-in.>' constantly breached by shells fii.in tho French guns placed on Mount Lovelieii. and are gtadualiy being destroyed. Only one fort has attempted N> reply. Tlrj Allies' Meet continues to st-.e-je/tiiully bombard the. outer fortifications. The Servians repulsed the Austrian batteries, which retired. Not a si-rap of bread was found in the Austrian knapsacks, though many contained ears of corn. SEVERAL BADLY DAMAGED. (London ' Times' and Sydney ' Sun' Services.) LONDON, October 21. T!k> bombardment of (attaro i>y the allie-d fleet continues, and several forts have been badly damaged.
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TOWARDS THE SOUTH., Evening Star, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914