THE EASTERN QUESTION.
By Elbotrio Telegraph—CopyßiGHT.] [Per Press Association.]
BERLIN, June 10.
The ‘ Kolnischo Zeitung ’ asserts that the Czar has warned the Shah that if he grants any more concessions to England that are unfavorable to Russia he may probably find that 100,000 Russian bayonets will cross the Persian frontier.
THE FUTURE OF SERVIA. VIENNA, June 10.
The return of the Metropolitan Michael to Belgrade, after paying a visit to the Czar, has caused a sensation in this city. The Metropolitan proposes that Prince Nxtika, of Montenegro, shall be elected King of Servia, which shall include Bosnia and Herzegovina. The ‘ Correspondent ’ suggests that Austria should endeavor to checkmate Russia by recalling ex-King Milan to the Servian throne and restoring Bosnia and Herzegovina to Turkey for a money payment.
Austrian troops are being reinforced on the Bosnian frontier, and an uneasy feeling prevails. Russia is still intriguing in Servia. It is considered in political circles that the peace of Europe is threatened.
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