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MTE^EWS JEO- PARDY. i 10 *——— i 1CAPITAL DOMINATED FIRST TIME IN HISTORY. Independence Men- aced. I II The ¡.a of Mount Lovchen, 'wthin artil- Icry range of Cattaro, ?ntai?s serious conse- qu?nces for MontengrQ, Th" Tim? comments By jt, ?trrti?iegro is pLtC?d pract?calh' at the mercy of the enemy: and tor the first time in her heroi( Iiistcrv her independent existence is gravely dmperilled. We do not know whether King Nicholas will elect to continue the unequal struggle, or whether he will seelc to make terms with the invaders. The latter alternative must at least be reckoned among the possibilities of a situation which may ent.-i.il serious conse- q u Iloes. The Austrian communique reports rapid progress in Montenegro, east. and west. The Basjak height, south-we»t of (ettinje, has been occupied there is also progress in Montenegro territory in the east and north- east. Italian Press Mortified. Messages irom Rome indicate that the Montenegrin resistance has lost its tradi- tional vigour, but there are still natural obstacles to a rapid Austrian advance. One message refers to German troops being em- ployed either with the Bulgarians against Albania or with the Austrians against Montenegro. Commenting on the fall of Mount LoY- chen, the Giornale d'Italia says — One of the enemy's principal aspirations is now realised, since the only vulnerable point of the Dort of Cattaro ha.n been occu- pied. In the schemes of the Aufdrian Foreign Office the conquest of Lovchen is intended to neutrnJcisethe Italian oecupa- tion of Valona (tM Albanian port farther south), but ts scheme. depends not on a momentary possession, but on the final out- come of the war." Public feeling in Italy is n.aturaHy deeply stirred by this event, which looms very large in the Italian people's view. The newspaper comments are bitter. The newspapers comment on the fail of Lovchen (says the Milan correspondent of the "D?ly 'MaH.") Th" Se,colo state-. with bitterness that Montenegro was a bin- j doned like Serbia to its own forces ?hjle it was possible to protect it by sending modern artillery to Mount Lovchen, which would have also ensured* the itayan positrons )t Durazw). This was the special duty of Italy. who had for thirty years considered it in her interest to prevent Austria from occupy- ing Lovchen, as Cattaro would thus become a formidable pontion.

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