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THE EUROPEAN OUTLOOK

5 (per peess association.) London. January 26. Lord Wolseley, speaking at Binning ham, said that the war cloud of Europ was threatening to burst, and should i do so there would be one of thi greatest wars ever known. Takinj into consideration the critical positiot of affairs the Army and Navy of Eng lann should be increased. Mr Chamberlain, who presided, ad milted that Imperial federation wai not beyond the reach of statesmen The first step was to perfect the raeam ot mutual defence. If it were under stood that any insult or attack on an] member would be resented by all there would be greater security thai that afforded by all the armies no* supporting the Empire. Mr Chamberlain, speaking at Birmingham, stated that England without her colonies would be only a fifth rate Power. Lord Worseley advocated conscription, and spoke of the sanitary benefit and military necessity m view of the outlook. Pabis, January 26 French journalists, who have received notice of the intention of the German Government to expel them from Berlin, are making a final appeal.

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THE EUROPEAN OUTLOOK, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2048, 28 January 1889

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THE EUROPEAN OUTLOOK Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2048, 28 January 1889

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