Greek newspapers consider that the conditions of peace with Turkey are very onerous and will cripple the independence of Greece, and they state that the public are sorrowfully resigned to their fate.
A party of British mounted troopers were hooted and stoned'at a village near-Cairo. Several of the offenders were arpested. ■■:.:?.< Great Britain has cancelled the Tunisian Treaty with France, on the understanding tbafc the duty on-cotton gooda shall not exceed 5 per cent, until 1913.
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CONDENSED CABLEGRAMS., Evening Star, Issue 10425, 21 September 1897
CONDENSED CABLEGRAMS. Evening Star, Issue 10425, 21 September 1897
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