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ANOTHER VERSION.

PARIS, March 27

Reports from Hungary show that the revolution was not so bloodless as it was made out to be. There were serious fusillades . in the streets of Budapest, by which many people were killed and wounded. Much pillaging took place. The G'zecho-Slovak Legation was occupied by the Red Army. The whereabouts of the Legation is unknown. Red Guards raided the Ukrainian Legation and arrested the personnel, while a Russian officer distributed two million crowns found in the building. BUDAPEST, April 7. General Smuts held a conference with the Bohemians, Hungarians, Roumanians, Jugo-Slavs, and German-Aus-trians with the object of reaching an agreement on territorial limitations. The Hungarian Government agreed to the conference, but demurred at the boundaries suggested. General Smuts's proposals .to Hungary include the creation of a neutral zone between Hungary and Roumania, to be occupied by the Allies, and a proposal to raise the blockade immediately to allow of the importation of food. General Smuts also proposes that the Allies should receive a representative in Paris to hear the Hungarian case.

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ANOTHER VERSION., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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ANOTHER VERSION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9582, 9 April 1919

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