THE EUROPEAN SITUATION.
AN OMINOUS OUTLOOK. [PJBSB PBKSB ASSOOIATZUJT.] Berlin, June 14. Ihe " Nord Deutsche Zeituug " and the " Voßßiche Zeitung" both agree that a straggle between Russia and Germany is inevitable. Vienna, June 14. The Turkish Envoy to Vienna has, m his despatches, warned the Porte that mnless European diplomacy moderates its hostility towards the Regents of Servia, Austria will be compelled to go to war, The " Fremdenblatt," one of the leading political journals, m an article dealing with European affairs, declares that neither Austria nor any of the Great Powers can afford to 4-emain idle onlookers if tSerria attempts to translate the iiberal programme into aotion. Constantinople, Jane 14. The Porte has reinforced its garrisons on the (Servian frontier, and has despatched troops to the Island of Crete, where a disturbance has arisen between Mahometan and Christian residents. Belgium. Jane 14. The Regents have received the proposals from Russia for an immediate military convention between Russia and Servia favorably, London, Jane 15. General Boulanger asserts that on the eve of the Schnabell incident, he when French Minister of War, seoretly equipped an army reserve, thu.s giving trance a total of 600,000 troops over the strength of the German Army, but Feron's hostility led to a revelation whioh enabled Germany to regain, a,u equality. Fabis, June 14 The Deputies Laguerre, Deroulede and Laissant have been arrested. The Duo d'Angouleme arrived m Paris yes* terday, and received a public ovation.
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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2150, 17 June 1889
THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2150, 17 June 1889
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