HOME AND FOREIGN.
[Per Press Association. —Copyright.] VIENNA, November 22. Count Qoluchowski, the Austro-Hun-garian Minister of Foreign Affairs, has advised the Sultan to initiate radical reforms by which he shall insure to his subjects a bearable existence and the security of their lives and property. BERLIN, November 22, The warship Kaiserin Augusta has been ordered to proceed from Crete to China. CALCUTTA, November 22. The headquarters of the expedition to the north-western frontier of India have been transferred to Bago, which was recently captured by the force under Brigadier-General Symons. The forces under Brigadier - generals Westmacott and Qeslee expect to reach Fort Bara by December 15, the object being to effect a junction with the Peshawar column. The permanent occupation of Bago is not intended. LONDON, November 22. The death is announced of Sir Charles Edward Pollock, Q.C., Baron of the Exchequer. WASHINGTON, November 22. It is reported that President M'Kinley intends to ask Congress to stop the reissue of greenbacks except against an equivalent gold deposit.
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HOME AND FOREIGN., Evening Star, Issue 10478, 23 November 1897
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