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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 3 August 1901

VOL. I. THE IMPERIAL COUNTRY THE San Dicgo-Kastcrn Railway com mittee has been holding daily »c» fcions lately. A finance committee ha* been named. Thin committee couvisU of forty of the moat prominent citizens of the bay city, and their duty will l>e to collect the $.50,000 to be used by the executive committee to carry out the preliminary work of surveying, secur ing rights of way, franchises, subsi dies, and general data with which to interest capital. The committee has completed and presented to the public a preliminary report of its plans. In this report the committee treats the project as a busi ness proposition, and says: "After the most careful considera tion, the committee feels that the rail road in a feasible enterprise. Measur ed solely upon iv merits as a financial and commercial undertaking, it must make the strongest appeal to capital. Knowing that the people of this city and county are ready to do well their part, it is safe to say that the under taking can surely...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 3 August 1901

2 Imperial Press SaturJ.iv, Aufust *. «oo? PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condcmcd Report of the Important Happening! During the Week Griuhcpprr* Becom ; n$ a Pot - Fifteen Vein (or Robbery -Government Want* 4000 Tons of Oats Footpad's Lorn- Sentence San Francisco U to raise a Pcwey monument at n cc*t of $21. 500. The MaripoM Gold Mlalnr. Com pany of MarfpaM county, cleaned up tl9,r>C»o from 1710 tons of crushed nvk. Two Modesto men are experiment ing with pheasant propogatl:n. A common barnyard ben batched out the first getting of eggs which were placed under her. A Santa Barbara rancher name! Coats has a record for killing snaV* * So far this year be ha* dispatched twenty-four rattler*. He extracts th? oil. whlrh bring! US an ounce. Ftcm one big snake he obtained half ar. cunc*. The s-klns he tells to curio dealers.— Los Angeles Time*. Redding. -Th~ siras*hcpr*r bn* V* ootne a pest in several sections of Northern California. Alcng Trinity JLver, in Trinity county, the la***:* raided the...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 3 August 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, AtlgUftt J, I9oli With the Potts LIFE Thriirvll *at bjf tlir rltrr ni<lr, II) ilm- »!ir.uii „( I.ifr. wtirrc r»u will ftlwajl fiini It tin. » .i»inn» hi* line to the flow mv' t i«t ■• . Aii 1 I. unlink On- i»»li on (lit* bank Uhiml htm . Ill* "I 1 at r,i»r In hi* ClllY IIOoW, Anil «.»i iillnif in» |iA«kft \rry f.i»t; Amt unr nii(fhl have <iti»cr \r«| (torn hi* •1«-.i<l 1 » booki That his llnr- ua« baited fur rtcry unr. lie took a •tone, a* Satan nlmwn, A nil ».uiU Into i !»•- iratCf without a »oun<l, And hi* taught a woman «ho « .11 known. A* Ibc purest and best for mlWi around. "Ha! tit!'* quoth Satan, "tWhlntf i» fine." And he betook a drink, «<unru hat ••niliu-r.l. Thru a jomitf minister ttrani around hi* 1 i it**. And <m n Ui-. ttjo«t irmjitiili; <■( ball! rcfu»f»l. 1 1 «- til i-i ••«! him ifnld and fi.iHhlntf Gems, ll.it mi; fame and fortune on tin* line, Kuh drculntf ifimni, with embroidered hem. And ktill the minister m.i !■■ no t...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 3 August 1901

4 Disfigured Skin Wtstftd mtmlf* tnl decAylns None*. Wh»t faitoel PcrofaU, nt ikmv, i» capable ol ail n>»t. and tmTf\ It »> cvmnionlj- marlr>l bf Nincnrt in \ht ttrvtt. mnammfttlon* In ibr »m* "^' I* t»U. <jn*rrh. sml BWWftl «IrMllit. It || nlnftjK rft«lJc.in.T nn.l |»crroanrntljr nirrtl t»y Hood's Sarsaparilta wi.uh Mpeli »JJ bainort, «res ail rn«j»- tlon*. i»ihl build;* up the nboio »jr»tero, «i»Mhf r jouneor old. ii,^-. hr» r».t» R«5 »■!• iK» » t- «-Tit»tif « »«"* trn»rlr>« (.to«lh of I»> «* t.'»f». Tl.c >%>tcmttic examination of mow* tl».in 40.000 pain of buman tars la Knplnnil ami I jntu-tc Ij3« m»ultc\l lo »mtj)«« iDtrntllnc rcorl«»lon« Por onv tbinj:. »t i« aMfTTtalnrd thai ibe •-'" cbntlnori . ; » i.h' Ia ' I ' r "1«aih1«» of iif«'. »;i ffi'v'.r ;1 •»: i . M; 5r * iwiri 19 *top prowins •»::• A woniao t^ijo Uan *;. all ■ • kl% • - r " al - v ytat««f a?i' Kill « »«:? n;j to !•»?•*» Uir-dUnn -:•■■'■ ■ ■ - ■■" i ' J <:I!r% nn<l larpp rars ai 0i fa c...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 3 August 1901

U'hrr* Anierlrnn* \r* Modest. The American N • i»y of proelnlintng to the v.nt lil hlii d< c|mhl tuntliiunfn nnd mpi i.iii;- i. ■>. If he lull nny. He pre fers to lake ir.iu" If cllliir t\n n joke or a* n Qinllpr of hUftlncM. Hence when ho !i! i n •« n town io prune ho mil* it "Sfnillitlllo" or "New llrtatol? or. nn ncttinlly hnppcupd tn the com of one town, "(). I\." Me mny hellevo In n 10. cnl ghotd be mny \ovv l»l» wlfo. he nny ndinlre the view from til n window* mid pine when torn from Ihe wooiln nnd tnountalni atnotift which in* pnuir<] t ■ i-•i -• boyhood, but In* do«*M not want to put thoKe PUlOtloill Into the pOStOtHfC dl« rectory.— Wonhltiftton Times. \Vli> Ifr Dlitn't <io io Tliurrh. A Hcoltisli minister who wns Indcfat* Ig.nbSe In looking up ti lm folk one «l:iy callril upon n p.irlsblonor. "icicimrd." ne snld, "I line nil ncrn ye nt il«e kirk for poiiif l lime nud ivnd like to know the reason." "Wnl. fir." answered Itlctinnl, "I hne three di*clded objectio...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 3 August 1901

6 Imperial Press ! PabHfthcd every Saturday at Imperial, San Dicflo County, Cat. Htnt? C. Httd, (zdlUr and m*n*Qtr .. [ nr-Hiii l- i mm n i fc 51 nsc RirnoN: Oof >Mr . . . .* $1.50 Sh Mofltfcs • • • • JS ADDRESS: lurßßlAl Phils.*. Imper ial. San Diego County. Calif. Kmrrcd ai ih«» laptrU& California I*omoiS*-« j »%. Mvnnd <<!*** mail mattrr. Saturday. Atifca>*t * : . I**M. (tHKMANv seems net ermine*! i* do everything in its power tc hamper, and consequently lesson American trade in that country. United States Consul Warner, at Leipzig*, says in a report to the Department oi Stale that it is re ported the Reichstag will pass a law compelling American export ers to Germany to make out in voices covering the shipments which must be authenticated by the German Consul in the United States in whose district the gooj^s are produced. This course is ex pected to help officials in perfect ing statistics of the im|>orts from the United Slates, and to also throw another obsta...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 3 August 1901

Imperial Press S iturJny, An, tjst j, iooi FOR THE FARMER A Pew Itemt Gitfured for the Interest of Our Kuralßeaders. August Institute-About the Orpingtons - Loss on Jamaica Oranges — Their Lo»i Our Gin How Farmers Lose Money August Institutes The Farmer*' Institute, to be .>-i<l at Clenrwater, Ducnn Park and W«m min»t<'r during the coming month will bo of more than ordinary Inten-tu. In addition to Prof. And«THon. the dairy Instructor at Berkeley, I>r. Lough bridge will bo on hand, and will glv«* valuable Information regarding alkali and how to treat It. Clearwater is expecting a big turn out—ln fact always does have. The ladii-H will serve one of their cele brated dinners on Saturday, and It Is ox pec ted the hall will be filled to its fullest Keating capacity. Don't .forget the Institutes. Clear water, August 1* and 10; Westminster and Duenn Park, 12 and ll.—Califor nia Cultivator. About the Orpingtors Ah young roosters there Is nothing to beat them for early maturity ...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 3 August 1901

8 I Do You Want a Home EZZ^outhern Calif orniaj I % At_the Government Price of $1.25 per Acre? % H With i the best_ water right in the world at the lowest price ever offered? £| 8 These can be had nowhere but in the f | IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT | In the Eastern part of San Diego County, California % "^R The Colorado Delta, located in Riverside and San Diejjo counties in Southern California and extending ** down into Lower California, comprises about 1,000,000 acres of level, irritable land that has been made during the past ~j) ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado Kiver. ?P •^ The Imi>erial Setttlement is located t n this delta, and comprises about five hundred thousand ~£ acres of level, fertile land, free from alkali, with sufficient slope to be easily irrigated. It is all Government land and *™ can be taken up under the desert land law or the homestead law. .>2O acres can be taken up by each j>erson under the •^ desert land law, and residence o...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 10 August 1901

VOL. I. The Country 'Round M. P. Heistand is putting the finishing touches on the adobe buildings of the California De velopmentcompany at Cameron, which present a most beautiful and comfortable appearance. The main building is 20x74 feet, and is partitioned off into five compartments, and will be used as offices by the company. The other building is 18x48, and is used as a kitchen and dining room; Between the two is a court 14x48 with a flat roof. The en tire structure is surrounded by a porch 10 feet wide. It should be a model to those who anticipate building in the valley, and espec ially for business houses. From two to six 8-hrorse freight teams have been kept busy for the past eighteen months hauling feed from the railroad into the Imperial country. Each of these teams draw from five to ten tons, and average about six trips each, per month. We will not stop to figure up the amount of feed that has been brought in during that period, but the best we are able to figure out the f...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 10 August 1901

2 Imperial Press Mlurdav. Au*u*t lev, tool PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condtnwd Report of the Important lhppcn:nsi During the Week Woman Pound in Driftwood With 5107 Salmon Combine $13000 Contro versy End* Wcmin Burned to Death Several Iron claim* ha*e le<-n lo cated in the mountalnj of Tulare county. Madrra'» street fair an-1 carnl\al will open September ? and will List a week. Thoma.* Miller of >t cktao ha* *'.!.•• covered a sure cure for rheumatism. Ho calls It suicide. A Santa Crui peanut vendor ha* Ju*t died, leaving UO,©oo, They must live on peanut* up In that country. Portland. Or*.— Over 13,000.000 n\\: be distributed by Portland banks In the next eight day* in closing tho rf"al by which tV Parlflc i irking :.ra! Nay. igvJon Company secures contr I tw<nty-«it «4i!raon rancorie? on Pus.'t Sound and In Alaska. Washington —The long-standlcg ton trovers* y owr the amount to t*e pali tho contractors who changed tho Mare Island dry dock frcra Umber to *ton« has be<?a adjuste...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 10 August 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, August UK VJO\, ADDITIONAL LOCALS Peter Dames wan up from Cameron Wednesday i and regarding crop Condi* lions there he said i "Kwrything has brightened up wonderfully during the past week. K.illir com and sorghum are looking much healthier, while mil lett that wan thought to be of no ac- Count has now developed to such a point that an unusually large crop in anticipated. Considering the unfavor able conditions under which all the needs were put in, the crops have flour ished wonderfully. The land certainly does it h part well. I have melons an large as your head." (Our head fills a No. 7 hat). S. W. Mitchell, who was here several weeks a^o, writes from L#yoncs, Ore* g in, as follows: "Inclosed find s*»c, which I think will pay for the Pkkss for what time I will be here. I expect to be with you after that. lam lost without the news from Imperial. Sev eral parties are talking of coming to that sect ion from here." Mr. Mitchell will engage in the mercantile bus...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 10 August 1901

4 What is Ovaritis ? A dull. tl.mW.inc roin. a^x^mjv^nitNl by & wnw* of Tr«drrne?#. nnd brnt low dorm in the *id«\ uith ftn OCtMUOD&I On»<>tin(r jvun lodleatea inflammation. OnesatniiuiUoa it will iv foonJ th*t the region ot ;>iin fcbotra M^tnc fctrell* Injr. Thl"* X tho tlr^t vt.Tjre Of orariti*. Infl.nmmitit^n of the ovary. If th<* roof Of TOtir botlSC lc.tk*. my sister, you hate it fixed at OOCC ; «hy not pajf the miup rope<l t.» J o.jr ow n tnwly ? \cn need not. you oojrhi not to lot yt>un«cif j^o, when one of your own *ex holds out the helping hand to you. and will advise you without money and without price, Mr&. I*iakham'& labora- tory i& at Lyna. M&SS* Write a letter there tcllinV all your symptoms and pet the bciteSt of the greatest experi- ence in treat ias female ill*. •• I wan vafTeriajr to such an extent from oraritn trouble that my physi- cian thotisht ca operation would bo necessary. **Lydia EL Piakham's Vegetable Com- pound ha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 10 August 1901

Ladies V/aoted Df an Old Reliable Firm ! i- dd It »?•• » '■■ r»r. r.m'f hlitv nni nil tlri'U I r.f fan y M.»k f'.r v* ni ti .in". Btnlf *<rk i>rtt g-K-i i.t>, »(• •■!, i.r Itlauft httUtt, V> r i: ' mi, i!l,,ti »mi.| Unff (i t.< In I ,f\ N ♦-!!«*. tk i „ , U \: ir'. .fn Mt , i Ui'Air >. I II "Genius," remarked the man in the pntent-rnodtclno ndvertlsliiK line, "In the infinite capacity for suggesting pains!"— Detroit Free Prea*. TO CDIIU A ooi.li l.t dir HAI Ttkf 1. 111 1 v ».- flf-.mo giilt>ln» TuMt-tn. A I druirtUt* •' ■■ I tt» <■ !.• % if it t •'■ • ' • rur*. i:. W. <lr«>v»'ii »l«nature !• on rach tx.E. t^ $ioo REWARD $ioo The readers of thlH paper win ix* plcflicd to Icnrn that there In at least one dreaded disease thnt science Iwih In en nble to cure In nil Its Htap,«?«. and that l» Catarrh. lUll'si Catarrh Cure Is tho only positive cure known to the nu'illcil fraternity. Catarrh brMnj? a i-otistittitlonal dlHeasc, requires n constitutional treatmen...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 10 August 1901

6 Imperial Press PuhlifchcO cvrry Saturday at Imperial, San Diego County, Cal. , .«--~-_~_____>-«______. fjrnry C. Heed. (Iditcr sad Wsasger 51 BSC BIT! I0S: Oai >**r .... $|.5O SU Mofithi ••'•'•' JS ADDRESS: Khimu. I*kkxs, Ittij^r*, ial. San I>icg\» County, Calif. » r •*',.■ at thr ttaprrUl, California I*. ~t. * . «• A* ir.. .-..Mm NUlil niilf Saturxlav. Angutl 10, I*X>l. If crentxHiy muhiul be a« well with the opinion and reconv roendations which the Schley Court of Inquiry ha* been i»nlered to ha ml in at the close of the inquiry. a» they now profema to be with the personnel of the Court, it would hca beautiful ending «.>f a xTJt»re or lctk» ugly ai>d disagreeable matter. Of the personnel of the Court -Admiral IVwey and Rear Admirals Kiml>erly and lienham for judges. «k» to speak, and Cap*. l.<-r:i'.v. wh«> has t*een Judge Advocate of the Navy for uiue years, for Judge Advocate— noth ing but commendation could bespoken, not only because of the eminent c...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 10 August 1901

Imperial Press Saturday, August io, tool CRIMINALS TO BE RELEASED Wholesale Delivery Expected of Hawaii Cr in nals Judge Gear Renders Opinion Under In* sular Decisions of United States Su preme Courts Honolulu.— The Constitution of the United State* preceded the ting In Hawaii, according to a decision Just rendered by Circuit Judge George V. Goer of the first circuit. He has al« ready released on habeas corpus peti tions three prluoinTH wentencod f: r ln- # famous crimes, after the resolution of annexation pasted Congress and, wan signed by President McKlnlcy, on the ground that they were not convicted by a unanimous verdict cf twelve Ju rors. A wholesale Jail, delivery of murderers, burglars, rapists. larcen lats and other criminals Is threatened under the deslclon. and Honolulu Is greatly disturbed over the prospect. The decision was given under the recent insular decisions of the United States Supreme Court, and upon the clause of the Newlands resolution, which stated that all mu...

Publication Title: Imperial Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 10 August 1901

8 I JDoYouWan^omcplZ:Sou^ I At the Government P rj c e o f $jj s per Acre? W> With the best water right ig the world at the J^est price ever offered? % ! These can be had nowhere but in the * I IMPERIAL SETTLEMENT | In the Eastern part of San Diego County, California I _ \fe: m - %* % The Colorailo Doha. located in Riverside and San Diego counties in Southern California and extending | down into U»wcr California, comprises about 1,000,000 acres of level, irrigable land that has been made during the past I ages by alluvial deposits carried down by the waters of the Colorado Kiver. |g | Xhe Imperial Settlement is located tn this delta, and comprises about five hundred thousand acres of level, fertile land, free from alkali, with sufficient slope to be easily irrigated. It is all Government land and <£ can be taken up under the desert land law or the homestead law. .>2i> acres can be taken up by each person under flic desert land law. and residence on the land is not requir...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 17 August 1901

VOL. I. Zbt Country 'Hound Peter Barnes wan up from Cameron Wednesday. L. E. Cooler made a trip to Eastside few days ago. Mrs. J. E. Evans was in from south of town Tuesday. Joe Estudillo sends the Pkkss to his father at San Jacinta. Gilbert H. Purely and L. E. Cooley were here from Blue lake Tuesday. (F^kD A. W. Pattoti and Eugene Snow made a business trip to Cameron Monday. Thos. Walker of National City, has been in the valley several days looking at land. W. V. Holt, who went to Rcdlandt on a vinit to hih family last Saturday, returned to Imperial Wednesday. I. \V. Gleason, agent at River side for the Imperial Land com pany, was here the other day. Roy Kockwood, after spending about three weeks on the coast, returned to Cameron last Satur day. W. W. Masten sent a 6-horse team in from his construction camp first of the week for a load of feed. P. \V. Heck, from San Die^o, has been looking over the valley this week with a view to locating on land here. Hen V'Lier was here from Pas ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 17 August 1901

2 Imperial Press Siturdav, Au£u*t »*. tool PACIFIC COAST ITEMS A Condemfd Report of the Important Happening During the Week Wine Export Trade— A Boy PUyi With Cub Bean -Fishermen Shoots the Captain of a Schooner. Etc, Madoro will hold a flc*u next m:ail Small red *r* Irjutm: rliadc me* at Bikersfleld. Sacramento ex -soldiers who served in ih« lr.to war will organize. Eleven potatoes all In or.c Is a fr*a< in t.ht- San D.e^o Cbauocr of Cv^a rmrcc Two S-a3ina* men. while out oa a camping trip, kills 5 ihirty-stvea rattle snakts—po ttny claim. Colton churches are ho'.dinj: services] on the lawns during the ho; weather. A grains Valley rancher has an applo 1 tret- upon which are blossosu and ripe and grc-in fruit Miss Ethel Hobson. a pretty girl of] 2J». has full charpe cf the threshing ma chines operating ia ib< vicinity of San; Miguel. Her father is seriously 111, and the daughter bire-s and pays the nvn. eng&gcs -work ah<ad for the machine*. and does all tht- purchasing....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 17 August 1901

Imperial Pnss Saturday. Auguat 17, Till, GAME PRESERVING TIII.KK wan a time, not ho very long ago, when hunting wan the chief a iii u seme nt of the KngHftli aristocracy i The country squire prided himself on hit thoroughbred hunter* and hound*, and the care with which hit game wan preserved for the pleasure of him self and bin friend*. Thin tradition was handed down from generations long deid. When Kugland vra»a*yct partly unclaimed wildcniCAN, hunting wan in fact a M|x>rt lit for kings; for it takes an much bravery to risk death by the hungry jaws of a pack of wolvc* or a tierce wild boar as in the form of an arrow or the stroke of a battle-axe. Hut this time did not last very long. The life o| the noble was too precious to be risked in this fashion; and ho, when governing |>owcr became more valuable to the laud than mere brute strength, hunting gradually came to be more or less ««f a farce, with all the danger taken out of it. There was just enough risk in riding to hound* ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial press. — 17 August 1901

4 KITCHENER'S LATEST MOVE Set* * Time for the Boer Armw to Surrender After That All Enemiei. So He Say*. Will Be Banished Comment* of the English Press on the Plans. !/>ndon.— A p.irlimrntnry paper ha* hern issuer by I-orxl Kitchrnrr August 7. in Accordance wl h instruction from the imperial government, the govern tnrnt* of Cape Colony and Natal con curring. The proclamation »ay*: "All commandants, field cornet* »aJ lrtidcars of arm?, being bursb.fr* of the la*<- republic* and still enca^d in re sisting Ills Maje»ys fore**, whether in Orange Colony, the Transvaal or other portion pf His Majesty's South African domoniona, and all members of the late govern cat aa 1 * of the Oranw Free State and the Transvaal shall, unle-ss they surrender before Septem ber 15. be permAuently banished from South Africa. Th« co^r of malnteaant of the families of all burghers ia the field who have not surrendered by Sep tember 15 shall be recoverable from euch burghers and shall b« a charge upon th...

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