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EUROPEAN SITUATION

. PACIFIC UTTERANCES. [Pjbr Paws AssooiatiowJ Bohk. January 1. King Humbert, addressing his Mini* - tors; said his most ardent desire was to maintain peace, *nd he firmly believed it was assured daring 1889. Yknna, January lj M, Tisza, Prime Minister of Hungary, m his reply to a deputation bring* ing new year congratulations, gave utterance to pacific expressions to thoße of the King of Italy, ' Vibnna, J»nairy 2. The Emperor Francis, writing to the Emperor of Germany and King of Italy, expresses complete confidence thtt peace will be maintained. ; Bbbun, Januafcy %. The German authorities have increased the stringency of passport regulations for Frenchmen visiting Alsace and Lorraine. Belgrade. January 2 King Milan insists on the new Servian Constitution being adopted m its entirety, otherwise he threatens to dissolve the Skuptschina and rule himselt Hit firmness is expected to succeed. January 3. The Bkuptschina adopted the new Servian Constitution by a majority of 429. Four Badical deputies ! have been arrested on a charge of conspiracy against King Milan. Pabis January 2 President Carnot, speaking at his * • official reception yesterday, by implication gave his hearers to understand that peace must be maintained during th* Exhibition ye**,

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EUROPEAN SITUATION, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2028, 4 January 1889

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EUROPEAN SITUATION Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2028, 4 January 1889

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