Turkey Given Time
Constantinople, Dec. 9. - The announcement is made that M. Nelidoff, the Russian ambassador, has again postponed his return journey. This is looked upen here as an auspicious sign that Russia proposes giving Turkey the necessary time to apply reforms. Hushi Pasha, Turkish ambassador to Russia, has telegrap.hed to the porte, informing the Turkish government of the existence oí a complete understandlng between Russia and Great Britain in regard to the enforcement of reforms in Turkey. This information has created a sensation in the sultan's circle. U. Nelidoff, Rus:;ian ambassador to Tb ey, who is expected back from a visit tu St. Petersburg, will, it is understood, cali a conference of the ambassadora immediately upon his return to his post to discuss the questions of financial and other reforms in Turkey and the opening of the Dardanelles. Turks and Artnenians all agree that the present condition of affairs cannot last. It is true that the people ar j quiet. There is eloquence in their ilence. It is the terrible calm of people who have nothing to eat. The suffering in. thla great and beautiful city of Constantiuople is terrible.
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