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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 25 February 1899

I y SENTINEL WASIIINGTQN 11 I VOL XXVI lltnnsblngton entlnel entlnelPublished entnCiPublished Published and Edite Edltcd d by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEFrcd SCHADEFr 1Jansjter 1JansjterAPPEARS 1flI 1flIAPEARS Frcd Fr Schade BuiLnCsS u lncBB APPEARS EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS SATURDAYTERMS TERMS sent sentmati by bymall year for single copy 13 per mall 3 te su subscribers scrlbers payable in in advance advanceATES advan advanLArES LArES ATES OF ADVXIUISINO ADVXIUISINOFirst ADVE9CISINOFrStfl5eTtI0fl First FrStfl5eTtI0fl Insertion one Inch Isojsecond IsojsecondsertloD xoseco xosecosert1Ot3 sertloD 1S cents Liberal deC1uctlons deC1uctlonsmade cleductic cleducticmade made for forazinualadvertlsements annual advertisements SpecIal SpecIalntices Spec Specntices ntices 25 cents a line lineAdertlsements linefd Adertlsements fd ertisements to Insure Insertion Insertionshotllt Inserti InsertishoiI shotllt be handed In not later than thanoclock 12 12oclock oclock noon on Thursday Thur...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 25 February 1899

r r p T 57 > tl = = t ui T r H DENTIKELWASHINGTON SENTINELWASHINGTON SENTINEL SENTINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON DC D C FEB 25 1899 1899The 1899r 1899The 8g9The r The Canteen Prohibition ProhibitionThe lrohtbttlunThe lrolflblUoflThe The amendment to the House HouseArmy IlouseArmy HouseArmy Army Bill by the Senate Military MilitaryCommittee MilitaryCommittee MilitaryCommittee Committee allowing the sale ol olmalt 01malt o omalt malt liquors at Canteens and places placesunder placesunder placesunder under military control and lor lorvhich torNhlCh brNhlch NhlCh amendment we worked so sovery sovery sovery very hard meets with great objec objection objection objection tion from the prohibition element elementol ol the country Temperance does doesnot doesnot doesnot not figure in this movement for forcanteens forcanteens forcanteens canteens under strict military re restrictions rt rtstrictions restrictions ¬ strictions and control have proven provenin provenin provenin in comparison with ...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 25 February 1899

1 F n ii i 9 OLocal IHotes IHotesThe 1HotesThe The Bnllalo nnalo Exposition ExpositionThe EXllosltlollThe ExpositloftThe The Senate Committee on Int Inttlonnl Interna Internatlonnl Intel Inteltionat tlonnl Expositions has autlioriz autliorizfnvorableteportontheblllapprbpri authorized autliorizet1avorabIe a afnvorablel fnvorableteportontheblllapprbpri fnvorablel eport on the bill appropriating appropriat 500000 for the assistance ol the theposed thep thepposed vro vroposed posed PanAmerican Exposition ExpositionBuffalo ExpositionBuffalo In InBuffalo Buffalo N Y Previous to this deci decithe decision decisionthe detis detisthe the committee granted a healing to topromoters topromoters the thelJromoters promoters of ttie exposition who whohere whohere are arehere here from Buffalo They were in induced Intro Introduced Inti Intiduced duced by Senator Platt Theprinc Theprincaddress The principal principaladdress princil princiladdress address was made by exCongressi exCongressiWeber exCo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 25 February 1899

r Tr = IU I l 1 IIJJT1 a E A y1111 JLAJL rr SENTINEL SENTINELSlave SEnN SEnNSlave Slave Hunters HuntersCasseirs 1luntersCassells IluntorsCassells Cassells MagazinePerhaps Magazine MasaxinePerhaps lIfaJazinePerhaps Perhaps the simplest method of oldescribing ofdescribing ofdescribing describing the raiding system as aspractised aspractised aspractised practised by the Arab bands in the thelorest theforest theforest forest region between the Aruimt Aruimtand Aruimland Aruimiand and the Congo would be in the theform theform theform form ol a brief narrative ol events eventsbased eventsbased eventsbased based upon personal observation observationThe observationThe observationThe The caravan whose adventures we weare weare weare are about to follow was under the thecommand thecommand thecommand command of Osmani a middle middleaged middlea middleaged aged a ed Arab who had penetrated the thecontinent thecontinent thecontinent continent from Zanzibar more than thantwenty thantwenty thantw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 4 March 1899

< i I J JI WASHINGTON SENTINEL SENTINELVCb1L MARCH 4 1899 NO 36 WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY VCb1L L XXVI Y T UU1a JXLlbington bington Sentinel SentinelPublished SentinelPublished Cflttt1Ci Cflttt1CiPublished Published an and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEpied SCHADEF SCHADEFled pied F cd Scliado Business BU81 neSB MannKeAPPEARS Mana ManaMPARS APPEARS KVKXV SATURDAYTERMS SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS SATURDAYTERMS TERMS TERMSI sent sentmall by bymall bymall I 13 r vear lor single copy per p 3 mall te subscribers payable in inadvan inadvangATES advance advanceRATBS advanceaATRS gATES op ADVERTISING ADVERTISINGF ADVSIUISINOFrst kDvBRxslnoFirst F First rst insertion oneinch i soi 50 second secondue secondSeIIon secoi secoise ue SeIIon se lion 75 7 cents Liberal deductions deductionsmidefor deouctionsm deductlo deductlomde m mde midefor de for annual annua I advertisements ad Special Specialnotices Specialn Spec SpecU notices n ltlces j5 2 cents a line lineJvertisemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 4 March 1899

i i I > 1 jt 1 SENTINEL SENTINELW EKTINEI EKTINEIW W r VSH1NGTON < j INGTON D DC C MAR 4 41899 41899A i S9 S9A A Great GermanAmerican n nindignation indignation meeting will be held heldnext next Monday in Chicago to protest protesta against a ainst the KnowNothing expan expansion sion and antiGerman anti German movement movementMeetings movementMeetings movementMeetings Meetings of ofthe the same kind ought ouchtto ou ht htto to and most likely will be held all allover allover allover over the country This shows that thatthe thatthe thatthe the WASHINGTON WASUI GTO SENTINEL does doesnot doesnot doesnot not stand alone aloneA aloneA aloneA A Word of Wnrnlnc Warnln to Gorman GormanAmerlcans GorRlannaerICaI18 Amerlcans AmerlcansThe A naerICaI18The in e ri ca n The Know Nothings and Eng English English ¬ lish expansionists are nonplussed nonplussedThe I The German government has hasrobbed haqrobed ha robbed them of a large field for fortheir their infamous lies by withdrawing wit...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 4 March 1899

w 11 11f 11ao4 ii i rY 7 7I 4 f ao4 4 I local ocaI1flotca ocaI1flotca31emborA1ectetI motes iHotesMembers 1 1Member8A Members Member8A 31emborA1ectetI Afectetl AfectetlThere ected ectedjf 4 jf There are about 28 taembets of Coilgress Co Cogress Con Congress gress who are more o less concerne concerneover concerned concernedover concerneover over the House committees repor reporabout report reportabout reporabout about the unseatlne of members wh whreceived who whoreceived whreceived < received commissions in n the volunteer volunteeiservice volunteerservice vo1unteeservice service during the Spinlsh war The Thedeclaring Thedeclaring Th Thdeclaring declaring ol the seats vacant by the theHouse theHouse theHouse House would work hardship on some someof someof someofthe of ofthe the members Representative Rob Robbins Robbins Robbins bins who was a acaptaInn captain In the volunteer volunteerarmy volunteerarmy volunteerarmy army drew his Congressional salary all allalong aUalong allal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 4 March 1899

V 7 111 111Barbara SENTINEL SENTINELBarbara Barbara Dan Danoila olin the Ronla RnsulanBa11dLt 11 11BaiIiUt BaiIiUt BaiIiUtButfcll4 Ba11dLtBuIo Butfcll4 Express ExpressTravellers ExpressTravellers Travellers in the south 01 Russia Russiahave Russiahave have for some time past encoun encountered encountered tered a highwayman hi hwayman whose grace graceand graceand and courtesy are only equalled in inthe inthe the tales of Robin Hood The Therobber Therobber robber is a woman too by name nameBarbara nameBarbara Barbara Danelia She dresss like likea a man and her manner are those thoseof 01 the draVan drawing room For centur centuries centuries ies the guild of highwaymen has hasflourished hasflourished flourished in the Caucasus despite despitethe despitethe the spasmodic efforts ot the Coso Cososacks Cossacks sacks and Circassian to inaugu inaugurate inaugurate rate a reign of peace in that wild wilddIstrict wilddistrict dIstrict Until the coming of Bar Barbara Barbara bara Danelia t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 11 March 1899

t tI I I i WA Sil T 1NG 11 11I T ON S I N T I N T TI E L LTnr1 I WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY MARCH 11 1899 NO 37 Tnr1 XXVI A Umaablngton entlttel entlttelPublisbed enttnePublished Published and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEI SCHADEFleti JJnsincss lIanncr lIanncrAPPBARS MflAC1APPIARS Frcd SClllU1o I APPBARS BV EVERY RY SATURDAY SATURDAYl SdVWRDAYTER1IS l I TERMS 13 3 per year for single copy copy sent by byI advanceI advance advanceIlATXS l I all to subscribers payable in I IlATXS OF ADVE91JSINO ADVE91JSINOr1rst ADVEP USING USINGgrst r1rst grst insertion one oneinch inch P 1 50j o secondaseton second secondsetion aseton setion 15 cents Liberal deCluctions deCluctionsmade deductions deductionsmade made for annual advertisements Special Specialntlces Specialwtices ntlces 2S cents a line linefdvertlsements lnefdvertlsements fdvertlsements to Insure insertion insertionsho insertIonsho sho ill be handed in not later than JZ JZodock 2 2oiock odock noon on Thursday Thursday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 11 March 1899

dc = I i j i j II TI c ci i 11 SiNTINEJ SiNTINEJWASHINGTON 1 NTINEJI NTINEJIWASHNGTON WASHINGTON D C MAR 111899 111899r ix 8g9 8g9J 8g9GOOd J a aGood r Good New lor Vol Voluntccrs VoluntccrsAl untetr8 untetr8AU AU Al the volunteer regiments now nowsNin nowserring sNin serring in Cu Cuba a are to be mustered musteredout musteredout out betore the 1St of May accord according accordingto ing ingto to th the War Department offi officials offidais dais While this is not officially officiallyannounced officiallyannounced announced it is said to have been beendecided beendecided decided upon by the President and andthe andthe the Secretary of War The plan planis planis is to have all the volunteers out of ofCuba ofCuba Cuba bY the beginning of the thedreaded thedreaded dreaded rainy rainyseason rainyseason11ore season seasonu seasonllorsc u llorsc Meat for Soh1lers Soh1lersThe SoIdIcrThe The latest development in the thebeef thebeef beef scandal is an apparently well wellgrounded vellgroun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 11 March 1899

r ii iiwY u J lff wY J 1ocn Cflt1ROtC Cflt1ROtCA motes motesA I A Brl Bright ht Outlook OutlookThe OutlookbThe The DIstrict of Columbia willfrom will profit profitfrom from the legislation of the last ton toxalong ress ressalons along with the remainder ofthe country countryDnd cot cotind Dnd not out outofproportlon of proportion by byany byanyA any means meansA A needed Impetus will bc gIven givenbui1dInr 10 the thebUlldlnC bUlldlnC trade tradebYthcCOflstructtofl tradebYthcCOflstructtofl2OOOOOO by the construction of the 2000000 addition to the Government GovernmentPrinting Govern GovernPrinting Printing Office the roooooo De Dement Depart Department ment of Justice bulldlns the 250000 250000public 25 25public public library Nearly 200000 will wi wispent be bespent spent for public schools 8000 for foi foifire the thefire fire department and 200000 011 onWashington the theWashington Washington aqueduct aqueductThe aqueductThe The foregoing are but a few of ol olprincipal the thepri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 11 March 1899

Jlc d T II 1 1Jlc B BO 1 B I I t11Y SENTINEL SENTINELArl Arc Submarine Boars Dancrotlll Dancrotlll1osl DangerousToys 1osl 1oslSulda1l Toys ToysSunday Sunday S Sbecial SbecialFrom ddl ddlFrom From the enthusiasm which the theFrench theFrench French are displaying over the per performances performances formances 01 the Gustave Zde it itmi itmight mi might ht well be imagined that her herdesigner herdesigner designer ic is the first man who has hasbeen hasbeen been able to construct a boat which whichcall whichcan call be submerged and remain remainsome remain remainsome some hours below the surface with without without out detriment to its crew and andwhich andwhich which can be handled more or less lesssuccesstully lesssuccessfully successfully with a fair amount 01 01safety ofsafety safety As lon long ago as the early earlypart earlypart part 01 the seventeenth century a asubmarine asubmarine submarine boat was constructed constructedby by a Dutchman called Drebelle Drebellewhich Dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 18 March 1899

1 T TI = T N T I N T E L LVOL f j jt WASH 11 IN G T ON k kf SE t I I MARCH 18 1899 NO 38 WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY VOLXXVI VOL XXVI I 0 0UUtaabington 1Irtabin UUtaabington jtofl jtoflPublished cntinclt cntincltI cntincltPublished I Published and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEFrell SCHADEPred Frell Schntlo UhlI3eH UhlI3eHMPEAKS U hlCIIS lllnn cr crPrEARS PrEARS EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS SATUDAYTERMS TERMS 13 per year for sin sthgle le Cpy sent by bym bym 3 advanc advanctTBS advancLATES In m all to subscribers paynbllllin paynbI tTBS OF ADVXgtISINO ADVXgtISINOFirst ADV tISINO tISINOFirst First Insertion one inch I50lIecond I50lIecondl111etion r5ocondinietion l111etion 75 cents Liberal deductionA deductionAm1de deductiornmide m1de for lnnualadvertlsemel1ts Special SpeclBIntices2S Specialntlces ntices2S ntlces 5 cents a line lineivertisements 4 1 ivertisements vertlsemen Is to insure Insertion Insertionsho insertionsho sho II I be handed in not later than 12 i 0 lOc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 18 March 1899

TT TII 1IIT i i HE tENTINEL tENTINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON WASHINGTON D c MAR IS 1899 1899C 1899II S9 S9Iii C II those Filipino rebels were werenot werenot not poor Mahsys their resistance resistanceto to benevolent assimilation at the theGatlings theGatlings Gatlings muzzle mittht almost be bedescribed bedescribed described as a struggle for Ireedom Ireedomand Ireedomand and indeftendence indeftendenceIr inde endeflce endeflce1t Ir McJ1 1chI Icy Jeywill Icywill will put Admiral Schley belore a aBoard aBoard Board selected by Long to have havehim havehim him examined as to his mental mentaland mentaland and physical htness for the position positionof posLttonof of Admiral It Longs Board Boardreports Boardreports reports tat he is not fit the Ad Admiral Admiral miral will be retired retiredAdmiral retiredAdmiral Admiral Sampson has been beenrequested beenrequested requested to select his own Boud BoudHis BoirdHis His Board will certainly nolreport nolreportagainst notireportagainst ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 18 March 1899

vw d 1 U ULoca1 10cal 1Rotcs 1RotcsDIg 1I1otelug DIg Pension for a Nonve Norwe1an Norwe1anTheZargest lnJ lnJThelargest Thelargest pension ever gra graute grautethe lted the United Stat4S Stat s to a foreign b bsIdIcr 5Cldler was allowed by the department departmentJast departni departnilast last week Boletta lngler II I the benefi benefidarv ber berciary darv She Is the widow of Th ThKrlestoffer Reolf ReolfKrlestoffer Krlestoffer lngier and lives in Chris Christlana Ch ChtIana tlana Norway Frau lngler gets getsIa tJ3o tJ3oin in a lump sum for back pay and hereaf hereafwILl hereafter hereafterwill will draw 18 8 II month from the United UnitedStates Unit UnitStates States Treasury Iarly arly In the civil civilIngier war warlogier logier left his wife came to Amen Amenand America Americaand and enlisted In the Union army armvThe armyThe The soldierhusband was killed killeddue In Indue due time his widow was informed a aat and andat at the end ot thirtyfive years she sherecoverslrom s ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 18 March 1899

r i I r xxa2 2 SENTINEL SENTINELThe The lnrentton 1 nUon of 1 Palrer 11el 11elJ4 J4 Fireside FiresideIt r sid sidIt It is to It Chinaman that we are areindebted areindebted indebted for the invention of paper paperl paperlThe I IThe The Chinese have been in posses possesSlon possesston Slon of the knowled knowledge e of the art 01 01making ofmaking making it ever since the time Cf CfoLlr o oour f our Lord which is at least Goo 600vears Gooyears years earlier than any other nation nationA nationAt A At t the very ti time me tl e gospel ospel of reo reodeemin re redeeming deemin deeming love was bcin being preached preachedin in J Judea udea with a view to Its promul promull promulratton l ratton lttOJl among all the nations of theearth the theearth earth the material which was to toplay t tplay o play so important a put in its dis dissemination disseniination semination was then bein being pre prepared prepared pared in far distant China which whichthough whichthough though possi pos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 25 March 1899

1 ± WASHiNGTON T 11 11VOL SENTINEL SENTINELVOLTiE1 VOL VOLTiE1 XXVI WASHINGTON CITY DO D i SATURDAY MARCH 251899 NO 39 V Wla LbLnOton blngton entlnelt entlneltpublished eiitJneIPublished published and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEFred SCHADEFred Fred SObAde usiness 1lanaKcr 1lanaKcrAPPEARS ngor ngorAPPEARS APPEARS EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS SATURDAYTERMS TERMS 3 per year for single copy c py sent by bymall bymail advance advanceaATKS advanceaATZS mall to subscribers payable in aATKS OP ADVEJltISINO ADVEJltISINOFirst ADvE2t1SNoFirstlnsertloflOfleiflcb First FirstlnsertloflOfleiflcb insertion one inch SI50isecond SI50isecondinsetion r5osecondItuetion insetion 75 cents Liberal deuuctions deuuctionsmade deductions deductionsmade made for or annual advertisements Special Specialntices Speciantices ntices 2S cents a line linedvertisements linedvertlsements dvertisements to insure insertion Insertionsho sho lIt ild be handed in not later than 12 12odock 12oclock odock noo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 25 March 1899

J 1 A L L I H r Jt I tHi i HE DENTINEL DENTINELWASHINGTON SEN11INELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C MAR 25 t8gg t8ggr t8ggEXCOt1KreUman Z899ExCongreImMl r EXCOt1KreUman Outhwaite Outhwaiteis OuthWaLtis is classed by our Admimstration Admimstrationpa AdmnistratiOflpapers leader leaderTwo leaderTwo pa papers pers as a Democratic Two years hence henceh 19 he did two twoyears twoyears years ago he will indirectly per perhaps perbaps haps this time directly support Mc McKinley McKinley Kinley He holds a lucrative posi position position tion in the War Department worth 7000 a year That explains it Who 10 WPouerson Anvhow AnvhowHe knykovHe He voted at the last election in indirectly indirectly directly for the Recublican ticket ticketand ticketand and helped the Republicans to tocarry tocarry carry the old Democratic State tate ol olKentucky otKentucky Kentucky KentuckyHe KentuckyHe He is now advising the Demo Democrats Democrats crats what to do in the next cam campai campain pai pain n He IS a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 25 March 1899

= = i I 1Locnl 1Rotct 1RotctBureau 1RotcBureau Bureau or EngrllTln Scandll ScandllThe SCAUd1Thescandaliri The Thescandaliri scandal in the Bureau of Ellgrav EllgravInl Ez1gr Ez1grh7g h7g Inl and Printlnll Is attracting a gr grdeal great greatdeal deal of ofattentlon attention What Is Iuzzllllg uzzIing tbe tbeaverage t taverage average citizen is that Director Claude ClaudeM CIau CIauM M Johnson and Major Morgan the dls dlsbursln d dburskg bursln burskg officer oCtbe Bureau are still ti11 ti11office in inoffice office although the acts concerning their theirpeculiar th thpeculiar peculiar conduct have been In the bands bandsof han hanofSecretary of ofSecretary Secretary Gage tor several znont znontMr months monthsMr Mr Gage appointed a committee committeethree of ofthree three to investl investigate ate the affairs of the theBureau U UBureau Bureau In 1897 The report of the testl testlmony test testmony mony taken by the investigating com committee conmittee mittee has onlv recently ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 25 March 1899

4 h v SENTINELIn SENTINEL x u L In the JatOJ1pol JatOJ1polH iato1 pos posfl H RN tK tlu Cats Illustrated IllustratedNtlE Illustratedlllirsztne NtlE lllirsztne lllirsztneThe rifu rifuThe The Matoppos la a lot of little littlemountains mountains is the name appropri appropriately appropriately ately given to the immense net network network work of kopjes in Matabeleland Matabelelandwhich Matabelelandwhich which formed the principal and andwell andwell well nigh impregnable stronghold strongholdot ot the rebels during the late rebel rebellion rebellion lion in Rhodesia They extend extendIrom extendfrom from the Mangwe Pass sIxty miles milesIrom milesfrom from Bulawayo for several miles milesandapart milesandapart andapart from rom their historic inter interest interest est they furnish some of the thegrandest th thgrandest e grandest scenery to be found in inAfrica int Africa Last year the writerwiseveral writerwith writerwithseveral t h several othershad an excursion to tothe t tthe °...

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