EPIROTES AND ALBANIANS.
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ATHENS, July 9.
After three clays' fighting the Epirote insurgents captured Koritza, the Albanian garrison retreating to Valona.
ATTITUDE OF GERMANY.
BERLIN, July 10. (Received July 11, at 0.10 a.m.) The Lokal Anzeiger, in an inspired article, states that if the responsibility of the Sarajevo crime is brought home to subjects of Servia, every step taken by Austria will receive the moTal support of Germany.
PLOT AGAINST THE KAISER. BERLIN, July 10. (Received July 11, at 0. 10 a.m.)
The police in April received an anonymous letter alleging that the Serb-Slavo nian Committee at Berlin was planning an attempt on the Kaiser's life.
QUESTIONS IN HUNGARIAN PARLIAMENT. VIENNA, July ID.
(Received July 11, at 0.10 am.) Count Tisza was studiously resavc.l m his replies to interpellations in tho Hungarian House of Representatives with >»- gard to the assassinations at Serajv-o.
AUSTRIA AND SERVIA. (Times and Sydney Sun Services.)
VIENNA, July 9. The prees is vehemently attacking Servia.
The Pester Lloyd says: " Servia will be shown to be a nest of pestilential.rats, which came from her territory over out border to spread death and destruction. If she shows a readiness to exterminate them she will have brought forward proof of her upright sentiments, wiich have been disreputable of late.
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