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ITALY AND AUSTRIA.

A. CRISIS APPROACHING.

AUSTRIA MOBILISING TROOPS,

ANTMTALTAN DEMONSTRATIONS.

LONDON, December 9. (Received December 10, at 9.30 a.m.) A Milan message says that advices received from the Austrian frontier show that the statement made by Signor Salan•ui °? * taJ y' s attitude lias been" responsible for considerable military activity in Austria. On Friday night the railways poured Austrian troops to different places along the Italian border and at Pola. It is estimated that 20,Q00 troops are sta tioned on the frontier and 100,000 at Pola. Anti-ItaJia.tr manifestations Jiare occurred m several places. Hungarian soldiers spat on Italian workmen without rebuke from their officers In other places Italian workmen were disabled.

ITALIAN FEELING,

SIGNIFICANT EBULLITION.

BELGIAN STEAMER CHEERED.

HOME, December 9. The Belgian steamer Roi Leopold had a surprise reception at Savona. All work was stopped, and the population proceeded to the port, waving their hats and handkerchief. The vessels in port welcomed the Roi Leopold with their sirens.

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ITALY AND AUSTRIA., Evening Star, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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ITALY AND AUSTRIA. Evening Star, Issue 15672, 10 December 1914

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