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  2. Transvaal War Elands River Carrison Captured.

    News from Pretoria states that two men belonging to the Canadian Mounted Infantry have been each sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment for commandeering arms from the ...

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  3. Tasmanian Officer Invalided.

    Lieutenant Reid, of. Tasmania, has been invalided to England. ...

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  4. Lord Kitchener at Gatsrand.

    Lord Kitchener, who is pursuing the Boer under De Wet, is at Gatsrand, a range of hills east of the railway line, and is about 15 miles behind De Wet's force, while ...

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  5. British and Foreign.

    News has been received that 200 Armenians have been massacred by Turkish troops at Spaghauk. ...

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  6. British Commandeered.

    The Boar commando under Commandant Haasbrock is reported to have commandeered horses and stores belonging to British residents between Harrismith and Vrede, in the ...

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  7. Surrounding Delarey.

    Lieutenant-generals Ian Hamilton, BadenPowell, and Sir F. Carrington, with their respective columns, are endeavouring to surround Commandant Delarcy at Grobelaar in ...

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  8. Buried Arms Discovered.

    The Australian bushmen are reported to have disinterred in the Orange River Colony immense quantities of rifles, wrapped in blankets, and boxes of well-preserved ...

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  9. Australian Oranges.

    The shipment ot oranges by the R.M.S. Ophir, which, was found to be very inferior, realised from 9s. to 14s. per case. ...

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  10. Carrington Driven Back.

    News has been received that during the determined attempt made last week by Lieutenant-general Carrington's mounted infantry force to relieve the garrison at ...

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  11. Anarchists at Antwerp.

    News from Antwerp states that that city has been placarded with notices threatening an early resumption of violence on the part of the anarchists. ...

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  12. General Buller's Success.

    General Buller's success at Amersfoort, in the south-cast of the Transvaal, which was reported yesterday, was a brilliant affair, as he dispersed four Boer commandoes under ...

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  13. Record Temperature.

    Excessive heat is reported from Canada, a temperature of 9S degrees in the shade having been registered at Toronto yesterday. This is the highest record there for the last 46 years. ...

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  14. Boer Peace Delegates.

    Dr. Leyds (the Transvaal (plenipotentiary in Europe) and two of the Boer peace delegates (Messrs. Fischer and Wessels), who have lately been visiting Europe and the ...

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  15. Famine in India.

    Reports from India show that ample rains have fallen in Gujerat, Rajputana, and Central India, and the general situation with regard to the famine has decidedly improved. ...

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  16. Rounding Up De Wet.

    With regard to the pursuit of the Boer commandoes under Commandant de Wet who recently crossed the Vaal River from the Orange River colony into the south-west of ...

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  17. Soldiers' Institute.

    A commodious Soldiers' Institute has been established at Pretoria, and it was formallyopened by Lord Roberts yesterday. ...

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  18. Kruger Shifting His Quarters.

    It is reported that President Kruger is retiring from Machadodorp to Barberton a town which is connected by a branch line with the Pretoria-Delagoa Bay railway. ...

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  19. Elands River Garrison.

    Later news relative to the British garrison at Elands River, in the west of the Transvaal. which Lord Roberts feared had been captured by the Boers, states that the ...

    Article : 74 words
  20. Count Muravieff's Successor.

    It is announced from St. Petersburg that Count Lamsdorff has been appointed Russian Minister for Foreign Affairs in succession to the late Count Muravieff. ...

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  21. Lydenburg Not to be Defended

    The Boer authorities have decided not to defend Lydenburg, which it was once proposed to make the capital of the Transvaal, and where a stand against the British was ...

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  22. Boer Agents at Delagoa Bay.

    It is reported that a panic has been created amongst the Boer agents at Delagoa Bay in consequence of the dismissal of the Portuguese customs officials at that place. ...

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  23. Colonial Stocks Act.

    The Colonial Stocks Bill has now been finally passed. The Financial Times this morning, commenting on the bill, expresses the opinion that it is an injudicious measure. ...

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  24. General Buller at Goldihoek.

    General Buller, who has been operating against Commandant Christian Botha's commandoes in the south-east of the Transvaal, and recently achieved a brilliant success ...

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  25. Kitchener After De Wet.

    The British force under Lord Kitchener has crossed the Vital River in pursuit of Commandant De Wet, who was reported to have crossed from the north-west of the ...

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  26. Mounted Constabulary.

    A force of mounted constabulary, numbering 5,000, is being organised in the Transvaal for the maintenance of order, and many members of the colonial contingents are joining ...

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  27. Ermelo Occupied by Buller.

    General Buller's force, which has been operating against Commandant. Christian Botha, in the south-east of the Transvaal, and recently achieved a brilliant success at ...

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  28. British War Loan.

    The portion of the British supplementary war loan of £13,000,000 which was allotted to American tenderers was covered twice over. The gold thus received has greatly ...

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  29. Stevn Seriously Indisposed.

    It is reported that Mr. Steyn, the President of the late Orange Free State, is seriously ill. ...

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  30. Victoria Cross Awarded.

    It is announced that the victoria Cross has been awarded to Corporal F. Mackay, of the Gordon Highlanders, for valour in the recent fighting at Crow's-nest Hill, near ...

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  31. Two Scouts Shot.

    It is reported that two of the scouts attached to Lieutenant-general Carrington's Rhodesian force, which has lately been operating in the west of the Transvaal, have ...

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  32. Mining in Rhodesia.

    The Hon. Henry Copeland, Agent-General for New South Wales, when interviewed today, uttered a strong warning against the scheme of the Hon. Cecil Rhodes for ...

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  33. Scouts at Carolina.

    The scouts of Lieutenant-general French's force, which has been advancing eastward from Pretoria, have now reached Carolina, half-way between Machadodorp and Ermelo. ...

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  34. Australasian Casualties.

    The following Australasian casualties are announced:—Lieutenant Christie, of the Victorian Mounted Infantry, has been invalided to ...

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  35. Attack on the Shah.

    The anarchist Valetti, who was arrested as an accomplice of Francois Saloon, the man who made the recent attack on the Shah of Persia at Scorze, in northern Italy, has been ...

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  36. Pursuing De Wet's Force.

    Commandant De Wet, who is being pursued by several British columns in the south-west of the Transvaal, is reported to have a force of 3,500 men, including a ...

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  37. Buller at Klippart Drift.

    General Buller's force, after marching a distance of 20 miles from Amersfoort, has reached Klippart Drift. The bulk of the enemy retreated as the British force ...

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  38. M. Lothaire Cashiered.

    News is to hand that Major Lothaire, a Belgian officer who occupied the position of manager of the Congo Free State Trading Company, West Africa, has been cashiered ...

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  39. Further Surrender of Boers.

    One hundred and thirty further Roers have surrendered to Lieutenant-general Hunter in the east of the Orange River Colony. The same officer has destroyed 1,000,000 rifle ...

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  40. British Leave Rustenburg.

    The British troops under Lieutenantgenerals Ian Hamilton and Baden-Powell left Rustenburg on Tuesday. ...

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  41. Punishment for Sniping.

    In consequence of the constant "sniping" by the Boers at the trains running between Pretoria and Middelburg, on the Delagoa Bay line, all the Boer farms in the vicinity of the ...

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  42. Roberts Reports on the Plot.

    Lord Roberts, in cabling to England, states that the Pretoria plot was clumsily conceived, and all concerned in the conspiracy have now been arrested. ...

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  43. Kitchener, Methuen, De Wet.

    Commandant De Wet, with his commando, crossed the Veal River into Transvaal territory on Monday, and is being pursued by Lord Kitchener, who had been endeavouring ...

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  44. Marquis of Salisbury's Health

    In deference to the advice of his medical attendants, the Marquis of Salisbury has gone to Schucht, in the Vosges Mountains, in the north of France, to recruit his health. The ...

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  45. Machadodorp Abandoned.

    The Beers have abandoned Machadodorp, lately the headquarters of President Kruger, and have occupied Waterval Ouder, some 12 miles further east, in strength. ...

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  46. Australasian Casualties.

    The following Australasian casualties are announced:—E. H. Prosser, one of the members of the Australian Bushman's force, was accidently ...

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  47. Boers Near Pretoria.

    It has been ascertained that 500 Boers and two guns are at Pyramids, near Pretoria. ...

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  48. Treatment of Prisoners.

    General Louis Botha, the Boer commander, has informed Lord Roberts that since the importation of food via the Delagoa Bar railway has been hindered the 100 British ...

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  49. Keilbron and Klerksdorp.

    The Boers claim to have reoccupied Heilbren, in the Orange River Colony, and Klerksdorp, to the south-west of Johannesburg, in the Transvaal. ...

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  50. Fighting near Zeerust.

    The Delagoa Day correspondent of the Daily Express reports that 300 Australian bushmen, forming part of lieutenant-general Carrington's force, took part in tho ...

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  51. Swimming Contests.

    At the international swimming championship races for amateurs held at Paris on Sunday, in the river Seine, J. A. Jarvis, the crack English swimmer, won the 1,000 metres ...

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  52. Australasian Casualties.

    Lieutenant W. Berry, of New Zealand, has died from pneumonia at Johannesburg. Privates Campbell and Reid, of West Australia, recently reported as missing at ...

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  53. Prinsloo's Prisoners.

    With reference to the recent surrender of General Prinsloo'a force to LieutenantGeneral Hunter at Fouriesburg, on the eastern frontier of the Orange River Colony, ...

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  54. Buller Occupies Amersfoort.

    It is announced that General Bailer's force occupied Ameersfoort, a place about 25 miles due north of the most northerly point of the Natal frontier, on Tuesday last. The British ...

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  55. Banquet to Lord Hopetoun.

    At a meeting of the Agents-General in London yesterday, which was presided over by Mr. Henry Copeland, of New South Wales, it was decided to entertain the Earl ...

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  56. De Wet Meets Smith-Dorrien.

    De Wet with his command passed further north, and on Saturday last attempted to cross the railway at Welverdiend, 35 miles south-west of Krugersdorp, on the line from ...

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  57. Warren Returning.

    Lieutenaut-General Sir Charles Warren, who was recently appointed military Gorernor of Bechuanaland and all the other portions of Cape Colony north of the Orange ...

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  58. Pretoria Conspiracy.

    Later information of the plot to shoot the British officers and capture Lord Roberts, which was reported to have been discovered at Pretoria, shows that the conspirators intended ...

    Article : 309 words
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