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FURTHER DISCUSSIONS.

(Received April 9,1.30 p.m.)

. 'PARIS, April 7. President Wilson is still absent from tha Council of Four. ■The latter considered General Smuts's report from Budapest. It is understood a Bolshevik Government controls Budapest, but not the rest of the country. * ; The Council also discussed reparation, and asfull agreement was reached , by the Committee of Three on theSaar Valley formula and the Rhine frontier. The League of Nations' Drafting Committee considerably re-arranged the articles. A full Commission will probably consider these to-morrow, when amendments dealing with the Monroe Doctrine, Japanese" equality, military proposals will • be dealt with. It is announced that the transport -iCf-JGeneral Haller's troops across Germany begins on "April 15. It is expected to occupy two months. For a reason unknown, the Dutch Government has not yet appointed delegates to discuss a revision of the BelgoDutch Treaty of 1839. ;

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FURTHER DISCUSSIONS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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FURTHER DISCUSSIONS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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