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1 TURGO-GERMAX FORCE J GATHERED AT DAMASCUS. 1 CAIRO, January 9. General Von FaJkenberg, commanding the army which is marching against. Egypt, has arrived at Damascus. 'The Germans have considerably stiffened the Turkish forces. There are 12,000 Germans iu one corps. I EX-KHEDIVE TALKS. LOXDOX, January 8. ’ It ie reported from Geneva that the ex- { Khedive of Egypt, in an interview, said 5 the people might wonder that Egypt had . remained quiet and did not revolt and 1 make common eamae with Turkey, But Turkey did not want a revolution just now. - because it would be foredoomed #o failure. • When the Turkish army entered Egypt he was certain the Egyptians wo»id join it.

SENTENCED IN ABSENTIA. CAIRO, January 9. The Roman Catholic Bishop of Haiffa ha.s been sentenced to death in absentia for preaching in favor of the- Allies. THE JEHAD. .PARIS, January 10. All the Turkish attempts to proclaim a holy war at Bagdad have been unsuccessful. ITALY AND TURKEY. LONDON, January 8. Romo -reports that tho Italian (iovemment Have fixed the. 10th inst. as the time limit for Turkev to apologise over the Hodcida incident. She insists on the release of the Consul ami the punishment of tlw violators of the Italian flag. THE YALOXA OCCUPATION. AUSTRIA PROTESTS. lIOMK. January 9. Tlie Milan newspaper 'Socolo' states that Austria, has protested against. Italy's occupation of Valonn. Italy has replied in linn and energetic terms. UNDERSTANDING WITH SERVIA. PARIS. January 9. The Milan correspondent of • L-e Temps' reports that- Italy and Servia have signed an agreement giving Servia a port- on the Adriatic. ALBANIAN INSiURREtTION. RO.MK. January 9. The ' Giornale d'ltalia' states that an iruuirreotionarv movement has extended over the whole of Albania. The Mussulmans at San Giovanni, des-pite an armistice, have resumed hostilities. GREECE AND TURKEY. (London '-Times' and Sydney ' Sun ' Services.) LONDON. January 8. _ Repeated murders of Greek* iu Asia i Minor and the arrogance of the Turks towards the Greek Consuls are- making the continuance of good relations between Greece and Turkey difficult. BUMAX IA MOBILISING. PARIS, January 10. The 'Petit Parisien' state- that Rumania is pi-sparing l to mobilise. Three classes, totalling 135.000 men, will be ready for service, at- the end of January, ultimatcK making 450.000 available for the held.' THE CA.MKBOONS. PARIS. January 9. It is otficially reported that a large German force violently attacked Lea. iu the Cameroon*, and was repulsed with consideiable. losses. THE RIGHT OF SEAKCtI. INTER !M reply BY BRITAIN TO AMEKTCA. LONDON, January 9. An interim reply has been sent to the Washington Note with reference, to searching American cargoes. It is understood that the general character of the Note is couched in frank and friendly terms. AMERICA'S ATTITUDE. REPLY TOO INDEFINITE. "WASHINGTON, January 9. The State Department regards the British reply m regard to contraband as inconclusive. Mr Bryan and President Wilson are discussing a reply with the object of making further representations to Britain on sevaral points which are- unsettled, notably the shortening of the time of the- detention of ships. QUESTION OF WOOL. BRITAIN THREATENS REPRISALS RE AUSTRALIAN SUPPLIES. WASHINGTON. January 10. The British Government notified that if American merchants persisted in exporting to Gemany and Austria woollen products the modification of the embargo, whereby Australian wool was allowed to enter the United States, would be promptly withdrawn. The State Department admitted that the raising of the embargo would lie unjustifiable i\ American manufacturers umcl it to supply German markets. Similar complaints were made respecting rubber. AN ERRATK.; IRISHMAN. LONDON, January 9. Lord Crewe, in replying to Lord Curzoiu stated that severe" penalties ought to bo inflicted upon Sir Roger Casement if the facts were as alleged.

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FOR EGYPT., Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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FOR EGYPT. Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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