LATE WAR NEWS.
ITALY DISSATISFIED WITH NEUTRAL ROLE. ROME, November 20. (Received November 21, at 1.20 p.m.) The 'Tribuna' states that the Radical, Constitutional, Democrat, l-'jform, and Socialist parties agree that the time is ripe collectively t) oppose a policy of neutrality in favor of safeguarding a policy lor recovering the lost Italian districts in Austria by helping the Entente. ENTRANCE TO PORTS MINED. LONDON, November. 20. (Received November 21, at 1.20 p.m.) The Admiralty announces that owing to an extension of the mine defences pilotage is compulsory at several ports, including the Humber, Tyne, Firth m iorth, .\ioray Firth, and Stapaiiow. PRESIDENT WILSON CRITICISED. WAfcHiNCXON, JWej.ioer LU. (Received November 21, at 1.20 p.m.) Addressing a Republican Club, Senator Lodge criticised the Administration and their action regarding the Tennessee incident. Ho pointed out how the Tampico incident had developed into a serious battle.
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LATE WAR NEWS., Evening Star, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
LATE WAR NEWS. Evening Star, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914
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