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  2. PICTURES FROM THE NATAL SEAT OF WAR SENT BY OUR SPECIAL WAR CORRESPONDENT.

    REFUGEES WAITING THEIR TURN FOR DINNER, DURBAN A MILITARY BALLOON. (From a Photo. Taken at Ladysmith by H. W. Nicholls.) A WARD IN THE HOSPITAL SHIP SPARTAN, DURBAN. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 42 words
  3. BADEN-POWELL CONFIDENT AND CHEERFUL.

    Commanding us we have a man than whom we could have nene better experienced. The Colonel is always smiling, and is a host in himself. To see "B.P." as he is affectionally termed, go ...

    Article : 132 words
  4. The Mayor of Mafeking.

    It is not generally known (says the "Sketch") that the Mayor of Mafeking is a Yorkshireman, one of those shrewd and hard-headed individuals to whom the busy West Riding owes its ...

    Article : 282 words
  5. A SURPRISE FOR THE BOERS.

    At daybreak on Tuesday, November 7, the force under Majer Godley and Captain Vernon made a very successful sortie upon the enemy. The general idea was that our men should advance ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 454 words
  6. A LULL.

    On Wednesday, the 8th, we had, as is customary, a sort of lull, and were only exposed to desultory rifle and shell fire. On Thursday, the 9th, we received confirmatory ...

    Article : 144 words
  7. An Incident at Belmont.

    Mr. J. Moffat, jun., of Johannesburg, who is now on a visit to Sydney, relates a stirring incident of the engagement at Belmont. "I knew several of the ambulance men who were up there," ...

    Article : 199 words
  8. SHARPSHOOTING.

    Monday waa quiet, although the enemy's sharpshooters continued to exchange shots with our snipers. This sniping is an amusement, and is indulged in by the Town Guard when matters ...

    Article : 238 words
  9. UNDERGROUND.

    We live for the most part in bombproof [?]helters underground, because it is unsare above. They are noisome, stuffy, and there can be no question that as the wet season approaches, and the enemy ...

    Article : 113 words
  10. DAUNTLESS STILL.

    The Town Guard have fought well and manfully. It requires more courage to sit right under a bombardment than to go out in the open and tackle the enemy in a battle that lasts perhaps ...

    Article : 225 words
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