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  4. THE WAR.

    The news received to-day from the seat of war in Natal completes the count of Lieutenant-Colonel Yule's retirement from Glencoe, and the junction ...

    Article : 266 words
  5. OFF TO THE WAR.

    Though the wind blew somewhat keenly from the south, and occasional clouds swept across the big blue patches of sky, the sun held its own, and made ...

    Article : 383 words
  6. TO-NIGHT'S CABLES.

    The advance of a force of Boers from the north upon Ladysmith was probably a movement, upon the part of Prins[?]ion, with the object of intercepting General ...

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  7. MAFEKING SAFE.

    The abandonment by the Boers under Commander Cronje of the hopeless task of capturing Mafeking is confirmed. The splendid defence made by Colonel ...

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  8. ON THE ROOF.

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  9. NEWS AND NOTES IN A NUTSHELL

    The war. Mafeking safe. Great bettie imminent. Ladysmith held by 12,000 troops. ...

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  10. KRUGER'S LATEST.

    A most surprising and unexpected step on the part of President Kruger has been announced. He has issued a proclamation to the ...

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  11. ANOTHER SEND-OFF.

    Private J. Brookes, of the Victorian Mounted Rilles, one of the Victorian Contingent, who was amongst the first twenty-five volunteers for the ...

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  12. KILLED IN BATTLE.

    Among the loading Boers killed at Elands Langte was Dr. H. J. Coster, a lending advocate of the High Court of the South African Republic. ...

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  13. TREACHERY AT VRYBURG

    Intelligence has been received from the Bechuanaland border which explains the fall of Vryburg, and the suicide of the British commanding officer, Major ...

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  14. BENEFITING THE CHARITIES.

    A very generous offer has been made by Mr A. F. Beker, licensee of the White Hart Hotel, to Mr Andrews, secretary of the Melbourne Hospital. Mr Beker ...

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  15. RUSSIA'S OPPORTUNITY.

    The French and Russian press are taking advantage of the embroilment of Great Britain in the Transvaal to persistently urge the extension of Russian ...

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  16. A DEADLY RUSE.

    The South African News Agency states that a delayed message has some through from Mafeking, which gives a possible explanation of the recent rumors ...

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  17. A SPORTING GIFT.

    Mr T. W. She[?]in, of Collingwood, has specially made for and presented to the contingent a set of boxing gloves and a punching ball to keep the men in ...

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  18. SOME PRACTICAL HINTS

    Drinking Water, -- The utmost care should be exercised with regard to the water used for drinking purposes. whether in camp, on the field, or on the ...

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