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I BALKANS. I I f.EGH SEIZE miFU I SERBIAN TKOOPS ARRIVE. » .i PROTEST FROM THE | GREEKS. (Tfeuitrer's War Ser,ioe), ATHENS, Tuesday (delayed). A French force has landed in Corfu for tive provisional occupation of the island. (.Note.—Corfu, the largest and most mwtflern of the loniaji Isles, bag an area of 274 square miles amd a, population of 99,67L It formed part of the Ionian Republic from 1815 to near the shores of Southej"ri Albania and Northern Elpdmis, it is a. position of considerable strategic im- tXM-t'M?, ?apeciaJIy wt the pnæ.nt juncture. Tbw--e is s?ro??g suapMion that enemy sub- m&rmes h? e b&e? making Corfu their base, and an Athene conespoaid?nt reported as recently as ?s:, Sa.??rday Umf, the Britigh Gov&nmmt had notified the Greet Govern- ?menf, that it was intended to take over the German Emperor's villa at Ac-hilioion on the island, and use it at a hospital for wounded Seros. It has be-en aJJeged that the Kaiser's N-il:a was made a supply depot for U" boats). (Press Association War Service). KO.Uh, Tuesday (delayed). A telegram from Corfu of* to-day s date saV8 ;In order to pJ'?pare for the annva.1 of Serbian troops in the( island a Fron?h warship this morniug landed a detachment of troops here. Fourteen ships of unknown natianality are cruising around Corfu. (Central News \\Tar Service). HOME, Wednesday, 7.20 p.m. Acoordang to an Athens telegram to the Tri bi aie. the French flag now floats over the Aohilleion at Corfu. A Serbian de- tachment, has alEú landed. The French have occupied Cape Sidari to the noi-th of I Cofu. The Greek Government has pro- tested. CUTTING ENEMY'S  UNES. I FRENCH BLOW UP IMPORT- I ANT BRIDGE, (Reuter's Foreign Special). SALONIKA, Thursday. 1 As a. precautionary measure, the French have blown u,p a big railway oridge over the river Struma at Demei Hissor, on the Salonika and tfcnstaintinople mil way (east of Salonika).

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