Home and Foreign.
The Co-operativo Congress of Ipswich has adopted a resolution hostile to the Sugar Bounties Convention. It is reported that the Princess of Wales and the Czarina favor the. betrothal of Princess Maud, third daughter of the Prince and Princess of Wales, to the Czarewitch. Four hundred thousand persons visited the Paris Exhibition on Tuesday. It is reported at Berlin that diplomatic relations between Germany and Switzerland have been suspended.
It is rumored that Generals Vakoffsky and Anckoff are in Paris with the object of arranging political and military co-operation between Russia and France without a formal alliance.
Prince Nikita of Montenegro has given orders that the Montenegrin Army is to be placed on a service footing at the shortest notice. He has assured Count Kalnoky, the Austrian Foreign Minister, of his desire to maintain cordial relations with Austria.
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Home and Foreign., Evening Star, Issue 7932, 13 June 1889
Home and Foreign. Evening Star, Issue 7932, 13 June 1889
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