THE EUROPEAN SITUATION.
[By Electbio Telegraph—Coptbioht.J [Special to Peess Association.] LONDON, June 16. The Government have given large orders for war material to Birmingham manufacV turers. Arminius Vambery, the famous traveller, who has been on a Bpeeial mission to Turkey, was assured by the authorities at? Constantinople that the Porte would remain neutral in the case of a rupture between England and Russia. BUCHAREST, Jcne 16. Rou mania has officially declared that she will take up a neutral attitude in case of war between Russia and Austria. BELGRADE, June 16. Tho Servian official Press declare that the story cf a convention between Servia and Russia is a pure invention. ST. PETERSBURG, Jcne 16. The • Journal de St. Petersburg' s*ys the war panic which is arising is groundless, and that Russia has none but pacific intentions. CONSTANTINOPLE, June 16. Montenegro has demanded satisfaction from Turkey for the loss inflicted by Albanian raids across the frontier. LONDON, Ju.ne 17. It is expected the outbreak of war will be deferred till the sprint;. BELGRADE, June 17. The Press reaffirm the statement that Russia and Servia have come to a secret agreement, but the Servian Premier has denied the existence of any such contract. BERLIN, Junk 17. It is denied that the visit of the Czar to this city has been abandoned. WARSAW, June 17. Fifty foreigners have been ejected from Warsaw. |Pkb Peess Association.] "London, Jone 17. It is considered that Austria is not likely to invade Servia this summer, however provoking the behaviour of the Regents may be, but that she will hold herself in readiness next spring, when war with Russia U fully expected. ST. PETERSBURG, June 17. The Russian Government officially deny that any convention has been entered into with Servia. PARIS, June 17. Despite ex-President Grevy's statement, the Ministerial Press declare" that General Boulanger's story, about increasing the army reserve at the time of the Schnaebell incident, is an impudent invention. VIENNA, June 17.
The Press of this city publish an inspired letter from Berlin, in which it is declared that the Czar's recent speech in proposing the health of Prince Nikita, of Montenegro, was specially aimed at Austria and Germany. It is further stated that wjjii gUtukr utterauceß all hopes of the watt bf
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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION., Evening Star, Issue 7936, 18 June 1889
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