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THE BALKAN OUTLOOK.

OBJEOTION TO BMtzsh .■ ; '-■■•" s" 'i'OKKrtna;:., .-,,;■■■. ■ ibe • newspaper 'Tremde'nbiatt'» jcuss ngthe Austro-Servial %J* " con&ct/to-Be momentaiiry aver^ permanently removed/ S e f Vjan questfon xadical ttmJSi. and must-get out of.the worldTfbrS and-forever." ■. - * I^yM% -ii. T ¥?. semi-official- comment v : the exceedingly gpaye deadlock- that W arisen in the negotiations due to 8,,™ (the U. 3fm Sbjedting to.the 'mWSm formula,. proposed by, Sir. Edward-Gret I (-British -Foreign Minister),'which i have enabled Sen-ia to satisfy | I Ws-substantive Semarids; anlsinbbS 1 I the way forr^..conference- ' It is understood that Sir Edward Grft - i fresh.proposals. MeanwhueV -' -Baron yon Aehrenthal withholds what h almost an ultimatum to Servia. -:" LONDOJT, March 2j.. : Eeuter's Belgrade Agency 'reports that - the Government .has announced that Ser unreservedly follow the advice of ; the Powers. . r," 1 ; A WARLIKE SPEECH. .(('Received-8 a.m. , ). .. ,'. '■ ... VTENKA, March --25,' : '' ; i -Dr. Wekerle, president of the Hiiifca, I nan Ministry, delivered a Warlike (peech m the Chamber at Buda.-Pesth. /He will coilf er'with Bar on von-'Aehfenthal at ; I Vienna fo-'day regardihg %ervia. ; •■ ''

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THE BALKAN OUTLOOK. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 73, 26 March 1909

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