24 APRIL 1886, Page 3

The Daily News states, we suppose on some authority, that

grave apprehensions are still entertained of war between Greece and Turkey, and it is certain that M. Delyannis keeps on increasing the force on the frontier, and that the Powers are sending an ultimatum to Athens. If this is rejected, they will withdraw their Ministers, and that failing, will seize the Greek fleet. It is difficult to see how Greece is to fight without an ally, or where she is to find one ; but the Greeks, whatever else they are, are no fools. The Chamber has supported M. Del- yannis by a vote of confidence and permission to raise money ; and if the Greek Minister fights, we may be sure he knows of something in the situation which the West does not see. Can Greece have an ally in Constantinople, and be relying on an outbreak there P