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Municipal Nominations. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

Municipal Nomina tions. The official nomination of candidates for the positions of Aliierraen aod Auditors iu the Municipal District of Nanoiniue, for the ensuing teem was held in the Council Chauitwrs, at noo i on Tuesdny, (ho Mayor (Aid. Nelson) presiding. There were only two or. three ratepayers present. . North Waho. '? - JameB Arthur uraper, L/auutnuu street, nomiuated by E. J. Douglas, A. Abiill, M. Kearney, and Yf. B.. Drought. John Leonard Wheelec, nominated; by G. Smith aud W. Kierath. South Ward. . -. Goorge Alfred Gnuuing, nominated by W. O'KTeill, E. Oahill * ' Thin* u-'iiig uv- oi-hor nomination^ ; the ciiiididote was ^declared d.uly elected.. ' .' ,. . i.;-^', ;-,-..?;? AuditnrS.. . , ; = Thomas Moi.tH^uo Deuton , .aftd ; Walter Cohen, npmiuated , -by . -J- h. Wheel, r, .RJ. i. Douglas, J. -A. Draper. There boiug no otiior noiniuaiion, Mi'sbis Dentun a-id Oobcn we.ie. de clared duly eWed f.jr the eueuing term of 12 months. '. . ? There-being two candidates for -Hie vac...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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WEEMABAH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

WEEMABA.H MAIL. A petition largely signed by residents between Narromine' iind Weemabah has leen sent to the PostmasterGen eral, praying .for. a mail service, bs t ween those places. ' ? - HE PASSED. At. . a country, race meeting six swellish pals- agreed to- 'breast' tl.e gate on the password ?' Judge.-' The first five., men. successfully passed the gatekeeper, upon' Baying— ' ifudge,v but the number of judges raii-e 1 hs Bnepicion. When the sixth nian (vba by-the-bye.was a native of the Fmerald Tsle) came op and attempted to pass tbe gatekeeper by sayipg — ' Judgp,' the'g'aifcelreeperredid. ''Hang on, ?faiy. friend, this wonjt dp.,. I,ve alifitdy admitted five' juVgee.' . 'Arrah yu; eowl to bliiies ' shouted Patey, '.' acd s'posing y''cftd admit five judges, aiiit there six races, on the card Av course there i'b, and ? I'm the jtilgo of'tl'ie lasht one.' Aud he actually passed in 'on the nod' before the eaton-. ished gatekeeper could cull his wile togethei. - ? .' . ATCVinTTSt TTm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

H ?' SPECUIi LOW TARIFF. H 3: AH information 'vviil bo given on S :y implication to ?''* i«*wh*..4 »-?♦ ?-,-^ P. HERBERT, Bnildor, , | Hop i-ij j Verlri ii' r j ' ' .v ,1 i i ' i 1 i * (1 i ui ini I' n s Tr i min \x» ( it iNo pics Rciii\n-?d, Fines Mcnntui?, . lisijriiviiijjf, lite, All Work nt Pi\ea Otisietent with ... Good Wiirkvnnn.shi]). ' 15riii-j a|I. your old y ild and get !t |? re-muda. *. ? ? ?' D. MOUtAfrG, § ' ' ' ' ?'rT1ie*Arca8t-/' '?' *: Opposite SssembJy Hull. ?' €51 HE undersigi.Cil b.'g to nolify 1'if- £ ?«M» residents of Traugienuddistric- ! .ft ill it (lie/ have siai'^cJ bwni'RS n- ' j| BaKEnsin Tr.iutie-, and trust thit b. ' ! (snppljjng tirst-oiasij bread to ni.^rit. m '! tsliave of suj)!-.jrt. Thay h:iva lir -ajlr- j' the price 'of bread 'do wii from 3i t' j 2ld PJER LOAF. J A Stock of Produce Alv.nys on Hand, -'? 210G-EE3 & S&CEAV-, ., SL TRANGIS. '^ I^ISS C. GARB, (Pianoforte Teai:hhi. Duiir.o) Proposes visiting Nui-romine tWMjn : f week from ...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was heid on Monday even ing. Present: The Mayor (Aid. James I Neison)andAldennen Waiker, Kierutli I and Gunning. { Tbe. minutes of the previous meeting [ were read and confa'imcd. : COIIBI SPONDKKCE. Department of Justice, ?Sy-luey, Jan. 25, 1900. Sir, — I have the honor to acknow ledge the receipt of your letter of the 23vi itistaut, upon the subject below, and to inform you (hat a further com munication will be made to you m due course, this being meivly on intima tion th t your letter has b'.-en received. 1 liuve,-eic. GEORGE MILLER, Under Srcretary. Council Clerk, Nan-om tne. Subject: — Furnishing reasons in support of application for the ap pointment of a Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Mnniagrs »t Karromine Department of Justice, Sydney, January 25, 1900. fir,— In. reu.ly to the iuqniry con tained iu your letter of the 23rd inst., I huve the honor .to inform you timf, iu terms of agn emeut of the 6th March last, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

ruvisr. H:-..-rp.i Uir --.,i,i.H.|i,,n with filFFlTHS1 BOS. W - iitiiiiiuncc in itje J'Hhiw *lml hi tilth i.iiu I firnmei.Cf4 lliisiiiiBh on Mh .(Jwn, Kt*-. .'Bodroc-k JVieis for Tcasof *SUTling Quality will be His aim. J5rislniiu-st mit, Dubbo, A Tkiat, tioJ..icm:i- --. | ^ I ! ffl*^*^H ^bB8SS&* **^ '^ i ^*-------------^*---^*^*HSw^ ^^J ? T -,i j ^^_ '' '' ? -£?* i SB^^mFmw » ' -J '? IKHL_3!!_-*K£&] ►^ - £3 i ^S H .« j H|B^^__jaM| *'''J ^vSS8BSS ! „ § H . i ifBiEniriiET The Principal Weel Cenre.in Australasia ?^ ?-::.' ^:... !? :n Auft^iW-n fer i;ist .S«asoii, 6£S,' 94 lSal. ?», -if viiicl, .147.317 IVt* «i.iii- Mjlci mi Sjdiiey. liu: (.'v .-it pupil.'irity uf the y-jney al-H m clem-ly '-vidpnred hf !l1( ; ???'?! m,.-i.sim- Ml -'ir ijuauity uf mv! iituli with, (hi- nimtivr ,.f HhIi'** sold . .m.u i.-si: K- t, ijivn.j; iKuiuiliau ili.nl.Ud Ourmn '''?? I»»ht tm j»ai«. . -i i!t 1..M rjviy «tfk «:t:Mi.p 0^ r^sin |y uuh - i 1I.1 t];:i!,-, '.-. ii ? :. ? ?? K.iiiiti :-^ '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

Wednesday, Feb. 14. Draught Horses. ffABIIL AID €0' HA Vli received inelruclione {row Messrs. J. and A. Stevenson, of Terra Btllu and Kii.cn aon Park, to evil by anclion at tiio Corpora tion Yards, on ' . ? - ' ; ' Wednesday, February 14, At 2.30 p.ru. ebmp, IS Heap UnmtoKBN I-Yjub-Oi.d.Cdms and Fillies from Uieir nelL-knonu. . Swaslificld Estate, Unlhurst1- * Thcec Horses bear tlio renowi-.od and jrcU kucuvn JS over A brand, and for good workers, cannot be beaten. Thoy afo' direct from Swaelifield, Bulliurst, and of the eame quality us the Auctioneers sold liustjear. ? GOD SAVE THE QUEEN jGRAXD patriotic mmi (la aid of the Narrominc Patriotic Fund) Friday, February 16, at 8 p m Under the Patronage ai-d in the presence of llic Major und Aldermen. ; All the T.efiding Amateur of Sarronime and District ure gmugtljrir valuable assist ance in aid ot tbit uoblt cuuso. j N,B. — At the programme is a lengthy one _ curtain will nee promptly at 8 o'clock. : Front Seats, gs j Bodj'of Hall, lg....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 9 February 1900

Hoi man, M.P.,. one-time editor of a Grenfell paper, had a rough time of it in the Ta^mauian isle a few days. ago. Unlike most of our editors to-day, Holman is not saturated with military zeal, but perhaps by this he has altered his opinion. He was about to deliver alectnre on ' Labor and Militarism, iu Hobart, but was so roughly handled by the crowd, who rolled up in great force to express its dissent, in a d- - monstrative manner, to Mr Holman's notable speech in onr Legislative Hall, some time ago, that the police had to secretly convey (his mercurial M.P. to hiB lodging -without waiting for any speech ou his part. Horace Greeley was once navipg an argument witn an advocate of woman's Euflrage shortly before the American war. He was using, as his ' last straw ' in the argu ment with the formidable lady foe, the inability of women to fight. ' What would you do,' he askrd his friend, 'in the eve't of war ?' 'Just the same as you do, Mr Greeley, she promptly replied, ' I would sit i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 February 1900

Ttefii|hi|iUi],Yni|li CYSHE nndeisiffied bi»g to notify Hit *« icsideiils &f Trangie niui districl i imt they tmvu started business nt IJaKkksiu Tjuujrie, and trust tJuit- bj Mippljitig iirs(-c!iiKS btuiid to merit f fIihw nf Kuitport. They Imvo hrous;!il llio price -if bread dowu from 3d U 2M PER LOAF. ^ Stock of Pioducts Always on Hand E0aER3 & SSCEAT, TRAKG1E. 9. MOULANG* WArCIII-T ' KE H. JEW BLLEa, AHD utaiJIAN. Waiclies, Clucks, and Jeweller} Repaired. Wtd dii'p Rinps Ki i-poi-Rnnrl n'\ Kinn of Jpwrliijcy Mmle lo Order mi The Premises. KleCTBOI'LATISO AM) GlLIHSO. Specs Repaired, Pipes Mounted, Kiigraving, Kic, Ail Work at Price Consistent with Good Worlcniansliip. Bring ail your oli g «ld mid get it ri;-aiado. D. MoULANlr, ' The Arcado,' Oppositfi Assemb'y Hall. Standard pipe mnnt gag OK NEW ZEALAND CAFirAL ~- £\OOD.QOO Insurance Against Breakage of Plate G!a-s. SPECIAL LOW TARIFF. All information will be given ou application lo P. HERBERT, Builder, Exchange H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 February 1900

About one month ago ruj child, which is fifteen months oM, hai un j fiUack cf diarrhoea accompanied hy | vomiting. I gave it Bnch remedies as are usually qiven in such cases, but as nothing gavo relief we sent For a phy sician and it was under lii.s euro fur a week. At this time the child hud bi;e.-i sick for tou days and*was having nbunt twonty-^ve operations ot the bowel* every twelve hours, and w-' w^r* oou rinced that unless itroon olitainnd re lief it would not livo. Clinmburlft'-n'a Colic, Cholera and Dinrrhoi a R- mt^dy was recommended, .-and I decided to try it. I soon noticed a cliHijge for iho better; by its} continued ose a com plete cure was brought abut and it is now perfectly health j-. C. L. iioggs, Stumpto^n, Qilmer Co, W. Va. Fur salu by G W. Barlow and Co,

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A Point in menicidal Law ON Y ACTUAL BATEPAYERS CAN COTK. [Reprinted by request.] [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 February 1900

A Point ia Sfcnioidal Law I OS T ACTUAL BATRPAYEE9 CAW VoTK. [Kf-rriDttd by reqnrgt.] / matU-rof i-t nip iitcmatto ownrrs rf firnjciiy mni pprso'ie in »iun!ct jmlni'f- v:-f lef-rr. d »n nt the m^Ptitig -f lie Ko:th Fydiiny Council on Tcffripy ljmt. ., It appears, that it haa I 1 1 - u *!if jt net ce in tlie Borouph of I Kurili f-jonty and matiy other muni I c pi'ftHB -o inst'rtoii n-ui.icipal voters* u..|l tie »hwp of pverv ixcopier, leBFpe, nrri owner of ratoaWe property, el- j i1sa tifjh *v,!y enc o! such pe-'sous — Hint ] ik tlio »cual .ratepayer — was legally c n**i(O 'ii vote. Thif..haa b1»bv« Viei-n rceopuiped as nn uiiO?1'1!)', Hiifl Has lieei) the ounss of ji.ni'li. trpublf- find incotiveniince at iltotiof! tiiiit'S, Vnt iioip^r in accordance v it It the bt-.st '(?(?«) opinion, no othir -oni-6 whh coi'si-iorfd pHiniisPBhlc. 'I lu- iniK-r, Jwitvcvcr, bM now been Milled 1'V tie Kull Court, and in hiUirv thi'. on'y i ameg which will tip I em- i u the mil will he thripe -if nrtn...

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THE BUSHMAN'S CONTONGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 February 1900

THE UUSHMAN'S COKXcSOENT. '1 he fflk'W ing of our boys are auioi R»t those alteMed for service with tliu LufcLiut'ii'B contingent : t-. Ritchie, F. (i. Hulluck, H. t. Mouk, aud U. Ltvctt. QUOIT MATCH. A quoit match, beUnen Messrs. T: TauB«eil ai.d J. Cuibttt, for £5 aside, took place in Mrs. Robinson h paddocic oti Seiurd»y afternoon last, aud itBttlted iu a win for the former by 8 poiutfl. KKW MAGIaXKATKS. Nearly 400 uew magistrates hare been appointed.' Amongst the number are Graham Smith, of Cornucopia, Narromiiie j W. J. Ferguson, of Fair field, Tratigie ; J, C. Heniok, Traugie ; aud T. Wilkius, Uubbo. FARMERS' CO-OPKRATION. At a meeting of tbe Farmers' and Settle!*' Association, held at the Uominercial Hotel, Narromine, on Tuesday, Mr J. J. Miller, vicepreai dcut, delivered an address on the de velopmeut aud nsefulneES of associa tion and co-operatiou. He claimed for the association ihu credit of initiating the Advauces to Settlers' 'Act, which would develop iutoaSiato Bank ult...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Wool and Produce Report [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 February 1900

Wool and Produce Report For the week coding February 10; 1900 The Aoatrfllasian Mortgage and Agency Co., Ltd i John Bridge and Co., Ltd. ; Dalgety and Co., Ltd. ; Ooldebrough, Wort,, and Co , Ltd ; HarriBoa, Jones, and Devlin, Ltd. ; Hit!, Clark, and Co. ; Now Zealand Lofi.n and. Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd. ; Pastoral Finance Association, Ltd. ; Winchcombe; CaiBon, and Co., Ltd.; Wyly, Treuchird, and Oo: J. 0. Young uud Co., repot t as. follows: WOOL. There has- been a qni'et ronrlret this week, only a fow small private tran sactions taking plaoe. SsIcb will be jesutned un the 12th instant, aud oon. tinued on three following daye, «hen in nil about 26,000 bales will be offeted. s PRODUCE. * 8h«pskih« — Average sized cata logues were Bubmitted. and there was no evidence of any change aiaoe last r Teport, Pi ices «re based on those pi«vionely. .ialiog. Quotations : — Meriuu fnll-v?ooll«l and fine eroasbred light ooudilion, 8| to 9f per 1b ; medium and hc«vy, 7 to 81-. Half, wool led, ...

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Declaration of the Poll [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 February 1900

Declaration of the Poll The official declnratiob of tbe poll, iu connection with Saturday's contest for the election of a representative for the North Ward of the Muuici, ality, to fill the vacaucy caused by the re* tireuieut, through effluxion of tinic, of Mr Graham Smith, took place at noon on Monday, wheu tho Mayor (Aid. James Nelson) announced the lesult SB follows : — J. L, Wheeler ... 40 J. A. Draper ... 37 There were no informal votes. Aid Wbroior briefly returned thanks far his election, at the same time re marking that 'the press Bc-cuied to think it Was not necessary to speak to empty benches, but - he was of opinion that it was tho press' place to report what candidates had to say.' Mr Draper also thanked those who voted for him, and Bait! that had lie hi en returned he would hare done his best for tho 'Municipality, though tho gentleman they liud elected would probably do tie iuocli, mid perhaps more tliau he Con'd have dono. A voto of tl auks to the Mnyor brought the pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 February 1900

Patriotic Concert ! Friday, February 16, 1900. Programme ? j 1 Overture—' Maypole Dance,' ... Miase* Mealt and Meldrcm 2—' When the Empire Calls' ... Mr. GkaiKGKr and ChoRDB 8 — *' The I-ap.t Rosa of Summer,' ... .. ... Miss Lyxch 4— ' A ftoliiior and k Mno '' ... ... ' ... Mr. Geo. Bull 6— 'The ttufaof the West,' ? ... ... Mis Lund — ' The Sleeping Camp '...' ... ? ... ... Mips iltrrnuM 6—' The Gallant* of England,' ? ... ... Mr. Allnan 7— 'Caiiseima,' - ? ... ... Mib. Tn.ett 8 — ' Sons of tho Sen,' ? ... Mr, R. Mahee 9—' Love's Ewect Sonfi,' ? ... Mi»H Gunmno 10— ' Sons of N«w Britannia,' ... ... .;. ... Mr. Hoomj 11— 'I »ill TinBtTbeo Still,' ? ... ... Hiss Tti.er 12— 'The Little Hero,' ? .;. Mr Mauk Obub — INTERVAL OF TEN MINUTES — ?*?*. -^^ -^^~^-^. ?^-^. '%*-*- ?%/'*?-. ?*^*. -^^- --a» -*? ?**-%. ?^?^- «*b-«%» 13 — Overture ? ... ... Mif» Melbrcm 14 — ' Love's Mssqneiade,' ... ... ... Mies JtsfiiE BobiMbow 15— 'The Ahsent-miuded Beggar ... ... Mr Ge.unokb and Chorus 16— 'The B...

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Election of Mayor. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 February 1900

Election of Mayor. A meeting, of aldermen took place on Wednesday evening, the business being to elect a Mayor for the e;suiug 12 months. There wore present : Tho Mavor (A'd Nelson) and Aldirmeu Walker. Bell and Gunning. Aft*?r the minates of the previous meeting had been continued, Alderman Gunniiig rose and proposed that Aid. James Nelson be rr-ieiected Mayor. He said that he had hot spoken to any member of the Council in regard to the election, and, therefore, so far as he 'was concerned the question vi as an open one. In pro posing Aid. Nelson for the position he vvap influenced by the fact that a good deal of municipal work, big.in under that peutleman's reign, would soon be completed, find he (Aid Gunning) would like him to have the satisfaction of seeing it finished before he vacated the office. The Mayor: Before AH Gunning goeB any further I beg to di-cliue the position, and would like him to propose Aid. Walker. Aid. Gunuing, continuing, said he regretted Aid. Nelson's deci...

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TENDERS FOR ROAD WORE. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 February 1900

TENDERS FOR ROAD WORK. Attention is directed to an adver tisement in another column inviting tenders fora number of road contracts in the district. Tyring! If your wheels are in ? need of repair, call and see D. Simon. Latest appliances, . Staff of com petent men on, including painter and trimmer. According to an exchange Binn&way is a real wicked sort- i-f place, and a police station, is badly wanted. We are tnld that sh.eep and cattle stealing I is carried on asa sort of pleasant pas- \ time, and that if there is a little danco there is generally a vicious sort of fight, Then tbe paragraph says that Binnaway is no.wnrse than any other place. In fact, wicked Binnaway is a part \,f this world. About one month ago my child, ^ which is lifteen months old, had an ^ attack of- diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting. 1 gave it such remedies as are usually giyen in snch cases, but as nothing gave reiief we sent for a phy sician and it was- under his care for a week. At this time the ch...

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Timbriebongie [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 February 1900

Timbrieboiigie Things aie very qniet borj since the harvest. Cliuft'cuitinjr iu alraoRt fin ished and ploughing Iuib commenced at a few places, Grabs is scarce, but stock as y-'t ore iu good condition. A loam from the local cricket club ionriirvuri to Woodlandn ou Saturday liirit, ni-il ])lnyi-d n . watch against a ti am from that -:!ub. 'J tie lvsult was h win for the Tiuibritlxingie boys after an exciting game by 7 runs. The Timbricbo&gie club btid two of its best plftjcrfi in Mie persons of F, Bullock and F. Sherwood absent. Tho scores were: Timbriebongie 84 (H. Bullock 20); Woodlands 7' (tt. Sdiumack toj) score.) Mr G. Ptrry has taken over the secretaryship of the local club in lieu ot Mr b\ Bullock, uow with tbe Bush men's contingent. Tbe local club play a match against Tratigie on Saturday nest (to.mowow;

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THE BOER WAR LONDO , Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 16 February 1900

THE BOER WAR (BY CABLE.) Londo , Saturday, The Boers report that General Buller was heavily shelled and com pelled to withdraw across the Tugela. The war office has received no Lews In the House of Commons Mr A. J. Balfour, the First Lord of the Treasury said tfeneral buller wab not pressing the advance from the position he oc cupied ou Wednesday. The Goveru meut did not press him for informa tion while operations were in progress. The correspondent - of the ' Daily News ' shows that after a footing had been seonred at Molen Drift, pontoons were sent to the front of Krantr Kop to obtain a shorter cut. Tbe editor of the Fame paper, in commenting on the message concludes that the conformation of thi?' ground misled the Boers at Dorn Kop iuto imaginiug a partial withdrawal was the withdrawal of the whole fore*'. . The ' Daily Telegraph ' discredit! the Boer report The Report of General Butler's re tirement is confirmed. Lord Roberts explains that Major General MacDonald fulfilled his m...

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