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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION.

(Per Electric Telegraph -Cop* right.) (Pbb Press Association.) {Received 6.30 p.m., Nov. 29th.) Berlin, Nov. 28. General Ton Caprivi, addressing the Reichstag, denied the statement that ha intended resigning the ; Chancellorship. He amid that the French reception at CronatacU had brought a double-pointed war one hairsbrendth neater. He declared that he rejoiced to see that Franca possessed a Government sufficiently strong to force its will,' though he was confident that there was not one Power which at present desired war/ Germany, however, must maintain, and probably would increase, her armaments. Ho declared that the Czar's personal intentions were most peaceful. Tlio Russian garrisons wore at least 300 kilometers distant from the German frontier, while tha Germans and Austriana within that radius were more numerous than the Russians. In concluding, he said that at present the African territory was quite as much as Germany could afford to colonise.

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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION., Timaru Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 5302, 30 November 1891

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THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. Timaru Herald, Volume LIII, Issue 5302, 30 November 1891

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