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THE TRANSVAAL

THE JACOBSDAL GARRISON.

A DASHING SOUTH AUS-

TRALIAN.

CONTINUED USE OF EXPLO-

SIVE BULLETS.

LONDON. Nor. 20.

Router's correspondent, reports flint Mr. Harvey 1'. .Finlayson, of Adelaide, com- manded a detachment of the Capo Mounted Police stationed ni. Modder Uiver, detailed to relieve Hie Capetown Highlanders, who held

Jacobsdal.

Mr. Finlayson, with four men, not waiting for the slow-going men on foot accompanying him, galloped into the town and oxporicuced, in the squaro which the Highlanders had pre- viously found so disastrous, a tiro from four sides. Mr. Finlayson and his men chased a number of fugitive horsemen, mid then re- luming to the town they arrested the Doors who had sniped at them from the houses round the square.

ADELAIDE, Tuesday.

Mr. HarvBV Fiulayson, reforred to, ia the only sou of Mr. 3 > H. Finlayson, one of tho pronrietors of the "South Australian! Register" He is about 20 years of agc, and went tu South Africa from England as a veterinary surgeon. He af forwards joined the Cape Mounted Police. _

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