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WANTS PEACE. NOW BLAMES GERMANY FOR SERVIAN ULTIMATUM. (London * Times ’ and Sydney ‘ Sun ’ Services.) LONDON, November 29. A trustworthy traveller from Vienna <sa\s that panic exists throughout the whole of Northern Austria. The people declare that the ultimatum to Servia was “made in Germany,” and that Austria adopted Germany’s scheme on the assurance that it would bo carried out without war. The Austrians wish for peace, and are willing to yield up Galicia to the Russians. The Polish rarty demand the surrender of Cracow before its bombardment in order to spare the city. [Cracow was the ancient capital of Poland.] HELP FOR SERVIA. RUSSIAN MEN AND MATERIAL. (London ‘ Times ’ and Sydney ‘ Sun ’ Services.) LONDON, November 29. It is reported that 15 Russian regiments and 70 barges of ammunition and stores have arrived at Raduyevitz, on the Danube, for Servia. IN SOUTH-EAST GALICIA. RUSSIANS REOCCUPY CZERNOWITZ. TETROGRAD, November 29. (Received November 30, at 9 a.m.) The Austrians have abandoned Czernowitz, which the Russians have now occupied, after a fierce bombardment. [A Petrograd cable on November 18 announced that the Russian General Arintinoff had occupied Czernowitz, and levied a fine of 500,000 roubles on the town (afterwards remitted) in revenge for General Daulaun’s levy on the chief town in Podolia.] BRITISH COAL FOR GERMAN CRUISERS. WAR OFICE LAXITY. (London ‘ Times ' and Sydney ' Sun ’ Services.) LONDON, November 29. Buenos Ayres reports slate, that a German concern holding the city lighting contract bought its coal from England. Several cargoes were intercepted by British cruisers, hut tho British War Office was persuaded to allow their delivery at Buenos Ayres. The German company promptly’ used* the coal to fill the bunkers of German warships in the Atlantic.

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REPENTANT AUSTRIA., Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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REPENTANT AUSTRIA. Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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