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Lake Cudgellico. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

Lake Cudgellico. (From a Correspondmiti) A f-irowell social was -.given to'Mr, Fred. Budd, a young.;iiun of 23, and a native of the Luke, prior to his de parture for Sooth Africa, as a member of die Fedeial Contingent. Mr. Budd tried to get. away with the first lot of Bushmen, but" owin,' to his father getting hold of his recruiting papers, ho was prevented from going, .but on this occasion- the young soldier took every care to keep his papers to him self. He was in carup about a montlf and with difficulty obtained leave to :ome home to bid farewell to his p u-i'.nts and friends. The news of lii$ di'partute spread like lightning and a splendid gathering turned up at Mr. Blakie's hail to hid good bye to tho young soldierpind at times during tho evening, when patriotic songs werebeiug sung, he was carried shoulder high amidst great enthusiasm. Mr Budd is a gi'eai. favorite with everyone, and ho is suro to make a name-for himself in South Africa. It is a good old saying that blood will...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CONNING HAM CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

THE CONNING HAM CASE. Owing to tlift length of the hand writing experts evidence, in giving opinions that the. alleged forgeries were in Mrs. Ooiininghiini's liandwrit iiig, monopolising the time of the Court ycstercliiy, the trial may lust until the end of the week. Mrs. 'Couninghiim will -to-day be re-called to tebut the evidence.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Bygalorie. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

Bygalorie. (From a Correspondent.) A find of gold bearing stone K op;il have been made at Bygnloiitb to;; ^ by Messrs. Botterell Bros. The; cu ii : is as good u show as.any I have r,(.n ; yet. The clay is of a good rich e:ior, '( and the sand stone is veiy ric'i, whi>ii 1 is a very good indication for opal. But they are keeping t.hings very quiet, but I have inspected i and am ' qnite sure it will turn out all right, You limy talk about.going to veur » golden crown, but whai I would like ' to s-e is a crown of opal sec in Byga. ? lorie gold. ' Maicli 20, 1901.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Telegraphic. MORE BLACK OUTRAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

Telegraphic MORE BLACK OUTRAGES. Sydney, Tuesday.—An ninied nho i'i^in;ii at Riverstone lias kidnuptied n ijirl while on her way home from school. Senrch parties have been sent out, Huh tliey have boen unable to catch ! he man, Tlio btuck kidnapper lias recently lionsted tliut lie would beeoiuu a second Jimmy Governor.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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CYCLING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

a <3—— J CYCLING- 17JSWS. [by FKEEWIIEEIi.] '•The -interest taken 'rL.^10 f • c„,. (i,n local Bicyc o Club elections for tiio io<-a j caused many oew nn-mn.-is to .1 • . ! I think, for Mia cm,."fcr£ ""ofth •Wbo«8tof bhing''! t0P oEth $o4t>^having over 100 membeis. ^ 1 Several now members were? riot or i, office-bearers, and ifis to be hoped Lt the new blood will prove tin .fives good workers for the coming ^ T Smith still retains the Secretary ihip, has a,good sum in hand to start the year with. f If every member worked us hard in WttinK new - mem!wis as Messrs. Nicolas and Reymnnd did atWyaonu W Smith and Fraser at Nyst\\>.» long, the c^ul5 coul<^ boait of man} 'more members. i We have members from Temorn, as We i* no club tllCl'° U,is Last Sunday the club had its open jncr run, which was a great success 'over 20 riders tnkinu part. i H K. Helyar, the new Captain, ■ Uloted them -with Han v leaser, sub Captain, in Urn rear 1 he run *ns, through...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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A Cowra Sensation. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

A. Oowra Sensation. Cowra, Friday.—' An engine driver named John Sutt.on was sliofc by a woman nam (id Mary Sullivan ns he was leaving the station yard, about II o'clock to-day. The womaii is ,a stranger to the town, hut is supposed to be a resident of Forbes, She hna been in Govvia for a week, and, accom panied by a man supposed to be het brother, has been hanging around the station premises, seeking an interview with Sutton, who was constantly chaffed by his males regarding tlio woman. ' , . .. John Coslello, fireman 011 the train, being interviewed, stated that as Sut ton and himself were leaving the shed the woman's brother met Sutton, and said : ' You had better go and see her.1 They then luff the yard, and at the railway gates were met by the woman. Costelio walked on, and left Sutton talking. lie had not proceeded far when ho heard shots. He turned round, and saw Sutton arid the woman struggling.. As Costello ran up, the woman fired a shot in his direction, but Sutton immedia...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

DENTISTRY". Mr. A.HTtTEIDOIJT, SURGTCAL and MECHANICAL [reg. N.J3.W. DENTAL BOARD,] ■ : Latu of John Sponsor, Wynyard Squaw, Fydnpy, MAIN STREET, "WEST WTALOSTGh MR. V. R. RATTEN, (in account of ill" hcmltli, will lit unable to roKunio his practice, and has buM'tlio Goodwill, 1'rac ticu, otc., tn Jlr. Ridotit. »vho hopes to si'cuvo tlio patron:ii;o of tho public of Wyalong and District. A RSOLUTkLY PA IN1VKS,S Extractions by Anaesthetics unci Ga3. Gold Crowns, FilHntrn, and Pivot Teuth A SPECIALTY. AK'I'T FIHIA L TEETTT Fitted on Vulcanite. Gold, .Silver, and Platinum. CHILDREN'S TtfETft REGULATED Cleaned, and Sealed. CONSULTATION FREE. Hours—0 a.m. till 0 p.m. T E It M S .MODE R ATE. R. T. D'ORNAY, (i,ate "'Ai.f.v bkazikr), ADVERTISING AND GENERAL Commission Agent, S EC RKTARY. ISTC.. Oddfellows' Hall, West Wyalon?. Correspond mi en Con d no to 1. Inoomo Tux lieturns Prepared. Registry Office for t'orvant*.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

"Valedictory. Thore was a good muster of gentlo n'cn at Mrs. Phillips's Hotel on Mon ilny night J;t«t, the obj.-ct beintr to bid r'areweli to Mr. W. H. Mc-Chj', who it 'envim: Wes-t Wj along. The meeting esoholi'sef into ii jolly social, and was 11.neb c>! j"y> (] by nil present. Mr. McKay, who has licen a. resident fur the past 0 years, ban lately dis posed of his business to Mr Bnlesi chiefly on account of his recent be reaveim lit, and bus decided to take a •lip lo England—liis unlive land. All gentlemen present expressing theii sympathy anil good w. slies- for Mr. McKay's weifaie. Joining the nvenin:: songs and lecit-aiions were rendered by Messrs, McKay, Gelling, Wyld, .Wil liams, Fowler, Hancock, Mastur Evans, mid Miss Daisy Phidias. i\lr. Hancock- who is -i very nice player— presided lit the piano. Mr. II. R. iit'lynr occupied the chair, and after explaining tile object of the gathering, and addressing Mr. McKay in very complimentary tortus, proposed the toast of 'The K...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 27 March 1901

Local and General. Don't forg.-t to jiive R. D. Meagher •i vote fur the Senate. ^ The cyclist's paper.— Read Cycling News aiirl full account of u|ub run. Every^ cyclist should suliacribo to ■ lie Advocate. 4s,per quarter. Sm-d your Mi>mu at once There are plenty of "gas" pipes in VWalong now —-both political .and acetylene. Liputennnt Dal. Campbell hag been appointed to B. Squadron mid li ft by the transport Maplemore on Friday last. Piiday next lias been proclaimed n public holiday throughout N. S. Wales. Do you vaI ue hca! th ? Read; Fruse r's ;ad vt—buy a bike,-and join in nil'club runs; 3'ou II enjoy it—good company— ■«rives dull care away. ,^\A serious disturbance took place at -Brisbane on Friday night last, result ■ing ir. a conflict between'25 police and u number of bluejackets from H.M.S. Karrakatta. "• . •The latest news of the London wool sales is that prices have advanced on the average 7£ per cent., compared with the-opening quotations of this series. Hospital meetin...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901

CAN still be purchased from G m. galloway at A BIG reduction IN trice. To purchase fi Volume is money well sponn wine ! win® ! "Wine i The Only Licensed Wine Seller, MAIN-STREET, Y/EST WTALONG. IMPORTANT 0 NOTICE'. ; THE 'BOM' TAILORS LADIES' COSTUMIER MAIN-ST., WEST WYALONG, (Late of the leading establishments of Sydney), IK thanlun^tho Pithlie for wort* than their generous HUpport accorded him during the past six months, bogs to inform the Public of Wyalon;* and District that ho is "STILL ON 1I1E WARP ave" —WITH - HIS - MARVELLOUS - SUIT - OF— • FOX'S HO. 4 SERGE, £3 15s. ©d« Guaranteed Stamped eveiy two yards. All other materials at Equally Low Prices ❖ q ❖ - Suits from £3 10s. Trousers, 17s 0d. Thouoandrt of Patterns of all descriptions to choo-e from. Perfect fit gnarantood. My Motto—'No Fit, No Pay.' W, C. GUNN is not a " Jack ot all Trades, ' but a Practical Tailor and Cutter; ' therefore the public can rely on getting full value for their mony—all my work being done by pract...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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PASSING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901

passing notes. [by " coo he.' 'Some peculiar letters,' is how the Jjress headed its"report of1 the Burrowa tirencU-of-profiiistj suit brought by Ameliw Fttliey ug&i-ristf Henry Owens &£olrtain £500 dairmgetf. Defend urit, m' liiij lutterp, anion"' othel' ondoar tWiits, wrote 'My darling Amelia, you ■are so fat and soft,' also ' Iiow areyou, •hiy-fond, fat pet)' ' ' . ■ Goo' tbaugiv'possibly' fqM^ Amelia wasn't so S6ft'as'dear f&rry iinaqirtecf, 'aftfcr all. ooo Mr. George Crowley, general mana ger of one of Sydnoy's leading life rissurance offices, says that among the cjijiss of people with whom offices do . jSusinass-ftt .letfst fbur out of every tea $}«• VitliDut 12'ak'ing a," will. ' . . ooo The law in N.S. "Wales provides that in Biioh cases the widow shall receive only one.third of the policy. As-tho full ijmount is usually a comparatively Si^i'll 8imS','this dissipation ,of cash fre •'cjnoutly means tiYiii nobody gets mbro 'Uwm enough to go on a week's ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901

Ttio Oatto of Mrs. F. MARTIN. . (ar a special heporter.)' ■It the inhabitants of Sydney, wore all Wealthy people, with nothing but tho pro motion of thoir own happiness to think about, ■would thoy bo content to while away their time in th'e> many picturesque spots (Unrounding' tho city, or would they go i " fft'tthet ami fare worse?" Paoplo upon '-tfBoin forttmo clooa not smile too lavishly *itre philosophical in patronising tho many beautiful picnic resorts within easy reach of their homes, and the experiences sometimes resulting aro worthy ot a moro romantics period. . A pleasure excursion to Botany Btnno time back hail a sensational termina tion, for tho details of which wo aro in debted to Mrn. Fiora Martin; of Ko. IV Suttor-street, Alexandria. "It was a small family party," explained Mrs. Slart'ra to tho i Jwriter, " composed uf my husband, a married rcotlpfaj" 8Qhi*» children, and myself. Wo ft trip to Botany, whero 1^0 used to sit «dmiring the noble expanse of 1?ater whils...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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BRIEF TIEMS [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901

BRIEF TIEMS Mr. Lucas's meeting at Wyalong oa Tuesday night was a regular farce. Aid Moriarty occupied tho chair, and asked the largo crowd to give the candidate a fair hearing. Mr. Lucas: Gentlemen—(here a smellful egg burst against tho post alongside the speaker's oar). Mr. Lucas : I don't care a damn for ail your eggs, or any man in the* country. (Another egg, which caused the reporters to sneak off as if a snake was crawling up their .trouser legs.) Mr. Lucas: I say this, if your are a protectionist vote for a protectionist. If you are a freetrader vote for me; (Another egg, which struck tho speaker somewhere about the jaw.) | A voice: Were you over playing' fan-tan with a Chinaman, and passed off a minor's right for a £1 note.. — _ . Mr. Lucas : I say that's a lie. It is vo-y likely tha iute'jector 1ms been playing fan-tan with souia of the Chinese women. A voice : You're not game to come out in the scrub and say tlmt. Mr. Lucas: I say this, aro you I going to vote for men who ...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901

THE SENAfcS "SIiEOTOB^ STRIKE OUT EVEHY NAUE on your Voting Paper BUT THESE Six Hammond, Mark John Kiad, John • Maclcay, James Alexander Kenneth Manning, William Patrick O'Connor, Richard Edward Waddell, George Walker .All Friends and Supporters of tin) Miui-iirj are e iruestly i-equos'ed to vote tor our SkIiB.ctkd Candidate . as shown above. (SigUbri) ED.\tO\\TD BARfOtf. Government Notices, Local Lnnd Hoard Ofiion, Forbes, 2let Me.Pcli, 1901 >JOTICE is ln-reby ^;vnn ^Imt- MfKtinsjs i_\ of tho Isjo-'i Lund Hoards, vnd«rthtt provision®, of thu Crnwn Lands Achot 1884, wil( oh hold at WYALONli, Tuesday, Kith April, I'J.H, BAltMIil>llAN, Mmdfty, 22nd April, lOJl, ROBERT HcDONALD, Chkiriin" ... EBBKMIHABY...... m ANNOTJHCEMBNT. EXCELS!OR HALL, WYALONG A G&AHD BAZAAR, rnO miirmpnt IIih Uuildin^ Fund of tho L SOIIOOL Oi" AiU'^, will ba liuld on Ft'I DAY AND SATURDAY, 3rd. and 4th. MAT. Plenty »f NOV'OLTIBS, EN TKttl'AtNMlvNT. nnd AMuSKMENT FOR ALL. Includiiiff the I.'r.>iv...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901

A Clever Idea .. It is oi;3v *o pot » G1os3 Just Li!;o China on Linen if yoa go the »i /lit way iibnut !t. Tlie right and easy way is to use BYRON LI NEJT .-GLOSS, It is not added to 'tho.Starch but rnhued on dry. Tluire is. no slicking, no knew aud no niuddl«. You wiil thus get b beautiful gloria on Linen. A Shilling packet will lust for tw ;lve months. . Thy Gaiteriil Buaint-sa Co., 334 George-street, , ySydnoy.. _ _

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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War News. THE TERMS OF PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901

War News. THE TERMS OF PEACE. An. official statement;, giving par ticulars of the recent correspondenc" find negotiations between General Loid Kitchener and Commandant Botha, fur the purpose of arranging teiuisof peace, has now been published. "From this it appeirs that Lorrl Kitchener lwd a long interview on March, 1, at Middleburg, with Com mandunt General Louis Botha, who showed tiood feeling and prof' Ssed anxiety for peace, but assorted that the Boers were in a position to continue the war for some time. After, some discussion., Botha.asked i hat, the independence of the Boers be recognised. Lord Ki.tc.hener absolutely declined to discuss the claim for independeeC'*, and Botha then enquired 'lie nature of ilie terms which the British Go ■vernment would be willing to grunt in case of surrender. Aroon^t the points on \yhieh he particularly desired information was whether ti e Boers would be allowed to carry rifles for self protection against : the K»flir--, and whether the public...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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A MESSAGE FROM MARS. Maraville, Jan, 42nd, 4301. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901

MESSAGE FROM SViARS. iaaraviiie, jrik *^na, I DSir Jftefc—I" arrived bore p«r air eMp safely, found the Humana are 2,UUS yourt' aliend gf jcv old muck neap. When X toll you that the Pierce ft Beebe bicycles ore ridden by all who cannot - afford I'snotor cars, and tho Wilcox 6 Gibb. sowing' machine is the only one kno*n hero you may Judge si thalr Intelligence. Hebblewhlte & Co., of 377 Goorgo St., Sydnoy, you will rmembor are the ngonts for these aad aay likt.tQ. to? this, go you c*a past it ©a to Uiem*, Zouriuuly, eLITEI.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Cycling Notes. From the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901

Cycling Notes. From the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co. j The man who . uses the bicycle only for business purposes knows-nothing of tlie true pleasures of the pastime. jfet there is a large and growing class pf people who come under this- ca'e goi)*.' They use their cycles constantly jf,,r pottering about town or the 'suburbs, but they seldom take tln-ir (Holidays A.whecl, and the weekends are never employed by them for » jpleaaure spin into the country-. The "1 people grow almost to regard the jbieycle as a mere business adjunct, land, but for the saving in time they 'might as well walk or take bus or jtrain to help them in getting about. iTIiey are not cyclists in the proper fspnse of,the term.. Possibly, from a Wro hyg.-nic point of view, it would jbe belter that tboy did not cycle, at -.jail, as.they would in uiany cases then 'be compelled to walk—and so. would iobtiiin more exercise and spend a : jlonger time in the open air. The jcycle makes locomotion morti easy and. Imore.rapid f...

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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Divine Services. Church of England. All Saints', Wyalong. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901

Divine Services. Church of England. All Saintn', Wynlong. Hcb 8.—11 a.m. (H.C.), Epv G W Ealtoa : 7.30, Mi- J Chiunion 10.—7.30. Kiiv G W i.atti'n 17.—7.30, Ear G W Kiitr.on 34.—11 a.m., Kov G W iiatten 7.30, Air J Chnnncn ' SI-.—7.3Q, Uov G \V Kuttan St. Bfti naSaV rtVst Wv.along. Meh 3.—7.30, If(!v G W Kattuu 10.—7.3", Mr Hunnietr 17.—11, Itrv a W E.iiiea 7 80, Mr UrtDniBter 24.—7.80, Kuv G VV Jtnttoa 81.—11, Eev U \V Rutti-a 7..30, llr Bitnnistiir Moh ;^Si—WMtnboy.no 8.30, Eev G. Eatten B.—Lake 'lowil 8 p.m. >, 10.—MursdnriB 11 a.m:-" ,, 24.—Hiivwiithu 3 p.m. „ 25,— iSacfc.C'roek 3 p m. * Or. W. Eatt«n, Incumbent.

Publication Title: Wyalong Advocate And Mining, Agricultural And Pastoral Gazette, The
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CABLEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Wyalong Advocate and Mining, Agricultural and Pastoral Gazette — 30 March 1901

London, Thursday.—The King ha& abstained from si-nding missions an nouncing his succession to the Throno-' 10 the Vatiuun. This is recorded as a retaliation for Cardinal Rarapolla's.1 anti-English policy. Many Italiiini strongly disapprove of Ruinpolla'ss tactics An ongiirement between* Major General Babington and De Li Ray hns taken p'aee at Venter'sdorp. Th£ Boers sustained heavy losses. The Sc-ots Greys, Maorilnnders, and Aus tralian Bushmen, are in pursuit. The British displayed great gallan try and dash. They captured two Im pounders, one pom- ooi, siz- maxims, ■ 320 rounds of 15-pounder ammunition, 15,000 rounds of Bniall-ann • ammu-' nition, 160 rifles, and 77 waggons, and, 140 piiaoner . ■ Mujor-CJenral Babington attacked; and defeated Comniandent De la Rey and 1500 Boers south west of; Venters* dorp, driviiis; in the Boer roarguru-d,. and capturing a convoy of guns at. Vaalbfink. Three British soldiers stationed' at Capetown are suffering frotn plague, ^ The Boers h...

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