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[PBB PKKBB . ASSOCIATION ] Berlin, January 14. The Emperor William, m his opening address at the Reichstag, referred to the recent visits paid by him to the rulers of various friendly States, and said that he was more than ever convinced that he might cherish a confident hope that peace would be long maintained. At the opening of the Reichstag today the Emperor William's speech was | received with great enthusiasm. The Emperor referred m confident terms to the future of the country, and said that the flourishing condition of the industries, together with the economical handling of finances, would enable the Government to propose a remission of taxation. From papers presented to the Diet it appears that Germany's adherence to the bugar Bounties Convention is contingent on England excluding the importation of sugars from countries not participating m the Convention.

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OPENING Of THE REICHSTAG., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2038, 16 January 1889

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OPENING Of THE REICHSTAG. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2038, 16 January 1889

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