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    According to one of the Suffolks the promature attack on Cole-kop may possibly have been due to a misunderstanding over the telephone. He ...

    Article : 189 words
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  4. Our Troops' Bad Shooting,

    The following two extracts from letters from officers at the front are perhaps the best reply one can make (says a writer in the Times) to ...

    Article : 167 words
  5. The Men Are Fighting.

    One of the 60th Ri[?]es writes from Frere: We are on the lines of communication, but we get a fow stray shots now and then. The first night ...

    Article : 97 words
  6. The Boers had Gone.

    AN outpost of seven Hussars near Culenso was surprised by some GO Boors, whom they didn't know from Colonial scouts. One of them writes: ...

    Article : 226 words
  7. Git Away Wid Ye !

    A corporal of the R.A.M-C. [?] the following from the Modder River At the recent charge of the Guards at the battle of Belmont a young Irish. ...

    Article : 83 words
  8. Stretcher-Bearer's Danger

    Of his experience under lire at Colens[?] a stretcher-bearer says: We got orders to go down to where our artillery were cut up, and this was ...

    Article : 133 words
  9. A Highlander's Experiences.

    Following are extracts from a letter from a sergeant in the Seaforth Highlanders :—"The Black Watch in front made an attempt to charge the position, ...

    Article : 245 words
  10. Boer Wants This Guide.

    Writing while on picket duty a private of the 1st West Yorkshire Regiment pays:— " We overlook Colesberg where I am at present and ...

    Article : 118 words
  11. German Tribute to our Bed Shooting.

    The other extract is from a letter by an officer serving is the Boer army to a friend abroad, and not intended for publication. It is in German, and ...

    Article : 72 words

    EARLY on Wednesday morning, Patrick M'Carthy, a resident of Smith's Creek, Kempsey, rode in and reported to the police that Percy ...

    Article : 269 words
  13. Getting Rusty for a Fight.

    A mounted infantryman, belonging to the 1st Rifle Brigade, writing home from Penhock, says :—" We are nearly always in the saddle here, as there is ...

    Article : 67 words
  14. Medical Fees at the Front.

    It is an open secret in certain medical circles that the fees paid, or to be paid, to some of the civilian surgeons who have gone to the front ...

    Article : 72 words
  15. Does Your Mother Know You're Out

    One of the bad effects of General Gatacre's reverse at Stormberg was the revival in the minds of the more ignorant Boers of the belief in their ...

    Article : 169 words



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