Typhoid fever ia prevalent, in Belfast, where 150 cases are reported. Obstruction by a minority of the German members in the Auatria-Hnugari&n Reichsrath'prevents.the passage of the Ansgliesoh extension law,-which provides for meeting the joint expenditure of Austria and Hungary. Baron Desidirius Banffy, President of the- Ministerial Council, addressing the Hungarian Diet, declared that Hungary must decide for herself if Austria mast have recourse to absolutism.
Dr Kathrein, President of the Reiohsrath, has resigned.
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CONDENSED CABLEGRAMS., Evening Star, Issue 10457, 29 October 1897
CONDENSED CABLEGRAMS. Evening Star, Issue 10457, 29 October 1897
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