The Hungarian Government offered Roumania territorial concessions, requesting the cessation of hostilities.
Three ' natives at Cairo were courtmartialled and sentenced to seven years' imprisonment, firstly ffcw extorting money under threats, secondly for threatening Europeans, and thirdly for instigating revolt and inciting officials to strike.
In the House of Commons, Mr; Cecil Harmaworth said that the decision, of the Assembly at Podgoritza to depose King Nicholas" and unite Mont-enogro to/ Serbia was not recognised by Britain. ■'■-.-■. A conflagration at Yokohama destroyed 3GGO' buildings, the damage amounting to' £1,000,000. A hundred people were injured and sixteen are missing. It is reported that Mr Lloyd George has agreed to facilitate the journey of' the Sinn Fein delegation to Paris. ' M. Hymaus,- Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs, has gone from Paris to Brussels bearing fresh proposals. A wireless message from Budapest states that a conference of Soviet Councils-.decided to fight for the proletariat revolution against invasion. The British Food: Controller has reduced retail prices- of imported meat !2d a pound--1 Messages from Vienna through Amsterdam state that the French mission demanded that the Hungarian Government should abdicate ■ and surrender all munitions.: According, to-Vienna; reports received in Paris,, M.. Belakun has accepted the Entente demands-
Permanent link to this item
MISCELLANEOUS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919
MISCELLANEOUS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9602, 6 May 1919
Using This Item
See our copyright guide for information on how you may use this title.