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AUSTRIA AND TURKEY.

THE SULTAN GIVES WAV.

[Peb Pbsss Association.—Copyright.]

CONSTANTINOPLE, November 18. The Sultan has complied with the demands of Austria for the dismissal of the officials concerned in the expulsion of the agent for tho Austrian Lloyd’s Steam Navigation Company at Mersina. The Vali (or Governor-General) of Adana and the Mutessarif (or principal authority) of the province in which Mersina is situated have been dismissed, and the Austrian flag has been saluted. Compensation is also awarded to Bazzofolli, the Austrian Lloyd’s agent, for his expulsion. The Sultan has further agreed to the payment of £250,000 in settlement of the dispute with regard to the Austrian - Oriental Railway scheme.

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AUSTRIA AND TURKEY., Issue 10475, 19 November 1897

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AUSTRIA AND TURKEY. Issue 10475, 19 November 1897

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