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SPREAD OF CATTLE DISEASE.

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THE DANUBIAN CONFERENCE.

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THE DANUBIAN CONFERENCE. The" Central News" learns it will be proposed at the forthcoming Danubian Conference, which meets formally at the Foreign Office on Monday next, to extend the powers of the International- Commission above Galatz as far as Braila, where the river ceases to be navigable for sea-going vessels. A mixed Commission will also be suggested to take charge of the Danube above Braila to the Iron Gates, to consist of five members of Austro- Hungary, Servia, Roumania, and Turkey, and the European Powers, chosen alphabetically. Turkey has raised the strongest objection to Bulgaria having a seat on this Commission, even to the extent of refusing to sit upon it if a Bul- garian Commissioner is admitted. It is deemed essential that Turkey should be represented on the Commission in order to guard against future eventualities. Hopes have been held out to Bul- garia that she will have an opportunity of laying her views before the Conference. Germany, we believe, will not be represented at the Conference, but, as the German Ambassador has returned to London, should any questions affecting that country arise they can be referred to his Excel- lency.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

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