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  2. CABLEGRAMS

    The Johannesburg “Times” in commenting upon the position of affairs, says that a remarkable feature of the Boer mobilisation is the number of guns ...

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  3. CABLEGRAMS

    The Rev Price-Hughes has refused to sign Mr N. T. Stead’s peace manifesto. In taking this stand Mr Hughes says he is convinced that ...

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  4. CABLEGRAMS

    The members of the Venezuelan Arbitration Commission, convened to consider the boundary dispute between Great Britain and Venezuela, have ...

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  5. FREE STATE TROOPS.

    Six hundred Free State troops are in the vicinity of Harrismith. on their way to the border. Others are occupying the Drakenburg passes. ...

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  6. NO DESIRE FOR WAR.

    In reply to a correspondent Lord Salisbury has stated that the Government will make every effort to avert war. Great Britain had no desire to ...

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  7. DEVONSHIRE’S SPEECH.

    The Liberal Forwards have telegraphed to President Kruger the text of the Duke of Devonshire’s speech in the hope that it will have a pacific ...

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  8. THE BOER LEADERS.

    Generals K. Meyer, the chairman of the First Raad, P. A. Kronje, Welbeck, and Schalkberger are the chief Boer leaders and General Prinstoo ...

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  9. THE LOOTING OF CHARLES TOWN.

    The natives have looted Charlestown, a small town in the extreme north of Natal, and formerly the terminus of the Durban line. ...

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  10. A BIG HAUL.

    The Boers have seized gold to the value of half a million in transit to the Cape. ...

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  11. The American Cup.

    The first of the series of races for the American Cup, which is to take place to-day between the American yacht Columbia and the British yacht ...

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  12. A BOER BOAST.

    It is stated that 1000 Boers are assembled on the Natal frontier, They are boasting that they will sweep the English into the sea. ...

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  13. A BOER ULTIMATUM,

    The French Consul at Pretoria has reported to the French authorities that President Kruger has sent an ultimatum to Great Britain declaring that the ...

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  14. FREE STATE INTERRUPTING COMMUNICATION.

    A body of the Orange Free State troops has closed the Botha Pass, which leads through the Drakenbury Range of mountains into Natal. ...

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  15. A DESERTED TOWN.

    Charleston, a railway town in Natal, near the border of the Free State, has been deserted. ...

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  16. THE FIRST ARMY CORPS.

    The "Daily Telegraph" states that the first army corps norval at Aldershot has been ordered to get ready for transport to South Africa. ...

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  17. STARVING TRAIN PASSENGERS.

    The Johannesburg trains arrived at Newcastle a day late, many of the passengers being in an exhausted condition owing to want of food on the journey. ...

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  18. KIMBERLEY IN DANGER.

    A laree body of Free State troops are proceeding in the direction of Kimberley. They have with them a quantity of artillery, and it is supposed that they ...

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  19. ENFRANCHISING ENROLLED ENGLISHMEN.

    President Kroger has enfranchised a large number of Englishmen upon enrolment, thereby preventing them from being punished for treason. ...

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  20. A PANIC STRICKEN CITY.

    The exodus from Johannesburg is still swelling in volume, as the near approach of war seems inevitable. On Saturday and Sunday no less ...

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  21. DISPOSAL OF TROOPS.

    Brigadier-General Sir William Penn Symons has been placed in command of a force of 8000 regulars and 2300 volunteers, who will operate chiefly at ...

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  22. BOERS INSULTING REFUGEES

    Reports are to hand that the Boers are insulting and maltreating refugees from Johannesburg, who have fallen into their hands. Amongst other ...

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  23. MAILS AND TELEGRAPHS SUSPENDED.

    All telegraphic and mail communication between Natal and the Transvaal has now been suspended. ...

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  24. SCHREINER’S ACTION.

    Premier Schreiner is blamed by the Cape Loyalists for granting numerous gun licenses to Dutchmen resident on the frontier, and allowing a large ...

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  25. ADJOURNMENT OF THE RAADS.

    Both the Transvaal Houses of Legislature have adjourned. ...

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  26. The Floods at Darjeeling.

    Furth[?] particulars are coining to hand relative to the disaster at Darjeeling. One of the missionaries resident at the mission station there met a ...

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  27. PROTECTION FOR THE MINERS

    President Kruger has issued a manifesto, stating that the Boers will not be able to work the mines, and promising to protect all miners who remain on the ...

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  28. INDIAN TRANSPORT AT DURBAN.

    The first Indian transport has arrived at Durban. It has on board a battery of field artillery, which has been stationed at Bangalore, in southern ...

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  29. AN ARBITRATION QUESTION.

    President Steyn has asked the United States to appeal to . England to submit the points at issue with the Transvaal to arbitration. The American ...

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  30. AMERICANS IN THE TRANSVAAL.

    In the event of war between England and the South African Republic Admiral Schley will proceed to Delogoa for the purpose of taking measures for the ...

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  31. MOVEMENTS OF WAR VESSELS.

    The Magicienne, a British war vessel, has been ordered to Delagoa Bay. An Italian cruiser has also been ordered to the same destination. ...

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  32. Jockey Club Stakes.

    The Jockey Club Stakes run yesterday was won by that marvellous horse, Flying Fox, Scintillant being second and Chosen third. ...

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  33. PROVISIONS FOR THE TRANSVAAL.

    The British Government has ordered 4,500,000 lbs of tinned meat, for the use of the troops in the Transvaal from the Louisville Packing Company. ...

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