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HUNGARIAN DEVELOPMENTS.

BUDAPEST, April 11

The Hungarian ' "Government is tak-1 ing control of- insurance companies,! hotels, and boardinghouses, and has or-1 dered the confiscation of jewellery over J two.thousand crowns in value. The banks have be.?n ordered to pay a maximum of two thousand crowns monthly out of private accounts. Socialists at Kesdthol> arrested the Archduke Joseph Franz a_nd Count Julius Comssics, who were fleeing to Germany. The Archduke, who was collarloss and muddy, declared that he had under-rated the feeling in Hungary. He was quite satisfied with the Soviet ideals. He himself was a partisan of Lenin's ideas. Many women and girls are joining the Red ; Army.

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HUNGARIAN DEVELOPMENTS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9586, 14 April 1919

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