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SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

SYDNEY, TIIORSDAYNIOIIT. Tin oro is quoted ah 20a. ' . A laborer named Mortimer was killed tins morning at tho Federal Wharf, Sussox Stroet. Ho was crushed , between tho machinery. It is understood tlio lending citizens will RIVO Mr. Burton a splendid send-off1 on Friday night. - : . . : A chiniiinan named ChoeLey wasgarot tcd and robbed yesterday afternoon, m Pitt Street by :threo inen./ : His assailants escaped Tho Premier proceeds to Tasmania next Saturday for a week's hohday.v.-. : . ? « . 5fr. Wise.emphatically domosanyin : tention of . accepting; t'lofA^ent-General- ? ship ~ i Tho official revenue -returns. for Janu ary show the extraordinary increase -of L122.900 compared with tho corresponding mon th of last year. ' . _/ William Clifford has beon.cominitted for trial charged with having maliciously shbt at Judge Docker's daughter.-- Bail has been refused. . A labourer named Thomas Miilcahy fell down a lift well at Darling Harbor wool stores this "afternoon and was killed in ...

LOCAL MILITARY ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

LOCAL MILITARY ITEMS. ON Wednesday a telegram was received from liendquurtui'B asking Staff Sergeant Mitchell to proceed to Sydney, and bring hiB uniform. Private W. Humphrey was also asked to roport liimself with his horse. They loft accordingly. . Mr. W. H. Walker has mado a free gift of two lino horses .to the Military. Yesterday morning FavL'ier-Sorgoarit Weir despatched 9 horses ta Sydnoy, including file two given by Mr. W. H. Walker ; two belonging to Captain Thon>as, and the balanco on accountof oilier owuers'now incarnp. Avery valuable horse on Tenterfield station was a favorite of Private Lowers, now in camp.. Ho . wrote asking Mr. Walker thoprice, and that gentleman hits generously let him liavu. him .at , one half his value. . Messrs. J., Struck. 0. Hurlz. and ' M'Donald have been accepted for the .Bushmen's Contingent.

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

Post Office Time Table. <. . ..... .maim'cr,0PiMr0iV : : . Wilsons' Downfall, niul liociuoo 'l!horibo| ;;:Tut'pclay iLliil.Pviil:iy, ,,tn:iiOp;.iiV.~ 0 S;iliieV. Glon'Turifs Aimii^IiiIp'; : jlijitJun,!, .,%nd NoV-iastlij; G15; i>.: lii. .(Saturdays . excepted. Tabulaiil;,Casino, Msmore, ~and TiiHimond .'nUverf-Daily, ? oxcept Siind'iy,. at 12 r '.DOOD; leave at 12^y0p.m, . L , W' Piintarra, anil - Steinbrook^rTucsdiiy.atid ; "Friday, nt 0 30 p.m. Leave Weilnbs ,';':3n.y fttuVSafcurilay. at 0 fv.ni.' . i)rako,. Sandy Ttiil, and Eosaiterville Daily nt'12 BOOH. -Leave at 12-30p.ini; Bonshaw-'Monday and - Friday,' nt-.9'3q . p.m. . Iieitvo .fucsday .and Saturday .at5 a.m. . Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at 11*45' ?a.m. ?? WallanRarra and : Queensland daily , at' ? 10 30 a.m. (Sunday excepted.) 3IAII.9- AnniVB siiou . Sydney, Glen! Junes, Arnudale, West Haiti and, and Newcastle-JOutl/fes-f c'cpt Sundays) at. 11:50 a.m.. , A .Boonoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall . Thursday ...

Religious Memoranda FOR SUNDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

Religious Memoranda FOB SUNDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 4. OffVRcrtop EROLAHD.-Tcnterficld 11 a.m. and 7.80 p,ni. By Mr. Skuec. ' . . " WULKYAN OHURCII.-Tcntcrflold, 11 tun.. (Supply) % and 7*^0 p.m. (Sung Servicc) Bungulia at 3 Mr. J. 11. Roper. PRBSBYTBMAN CHURCH.-Tcntcrfleld H .O.TU. and 7.30 p.m. by the Iltv. Dill-Macky . ..... ROMAN OATIIOLIC CHURCH.-Mass at 8.30a.m. and 11 .-mm* Benediction at 7.30 by the Rev, Father 1 Corcoran. .* DRAKK SHRYICES. Cnuncn OPEXOLANP.-11 a.m. and 7*30 p.m. By N';.; Jir.,Cecil. , WSHLMAK Ciicacn.-11 a.ui. and7.30p.ni. By-Rev. ? . B. Lane.

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

Railway Time Table. . .Tho mail train for:SyduoyjIe&vos>Tontois : field at-7*10 p.m. daily; "SatrrjJsysJie.Ti-1 ogpted, and for; Iinsb:;ue a. ll-30r'.n),' ? daily, Sundays eicropted. . : ; :The. Goods Traiu leaves Tenterflellfor Sydney every Tuesday,'.Thursday;"and dturday mornings at G a.m;, nnd .'nr iyes from Sydney evory Monday, .-Wed nesday, and Friday evenings at 4'45'p.m.:' The fares between Sydney and 'J'outor field, and. Tenteifiold and Brisbane areas: follow:- . - - . .'. .".T TfNTBBWELD to Sl'DNEV. - ' ^st( lass,-Single ... BIO , 2nd (JIusSTSTnglo ... ... 2-10 0 - ^Eeturn Tickets, ovailable-for" ? .* T Two Months. . 1st Class , ... .' "... £5 12 6 2nd Class-* ... 3 10,0 WAT.tAXGAnHA.j'O BlilSBAStE:1 v 1st Glass, Single JB1 19 7 ...2nd Class,.Single .;. ... ? 1 5- 5' .. .'lstdass, Return ? .;. . 2 10 ;.'2nd.Claas, Eotnrn- . ; . . . 1 18 ? 2. v;

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD USE CALVERT'S A FUAfinANT LIQUID DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, Tho most ofToctivo preparation for rlddlnc tho mouth of the i aroma or tobacco, and loaving a pleasant tasto. ' Sold in 1*. Si. 6<t, and lib. 7i. M, bottUi 1 (IfoitoA rafri), at Cfumutt and Slora. f; C. CALVERT & CO., MANCHESTER. 78 Gold «fc Silver ifedolt and Diplomas. 9 .Ptmai va your Toetb try using any DsstUricea below named* _.l A 8<L, W., aiuf li. toxa. M All prepared with purest Carbolic-tho a very bast Dental PrcgorvatiTo. ja At CKcnuii on<2 Blerrtt. f F. a CALVERT & CO, MANCHESTER. U 7B Qold <t Silver ZJtdals and Diplomat. THIS IB THE I IQR /vci »c 'GOLDEN TIP CEYLd." yOU WANT. Onco trlod, always used* 1/3 and 1/6 per lb. Samptea post free. BOHUS TEA WAREHOUSE, coulburh & m STBEETS, SYDHEY. 'Courier,' 4s. i .*» , <ur-Mir'iu'rMiJ''mrini'Mp«<Mi;M(jjf*uiv<tnr>inj'nip>tsp' '/'. ? .!' ? iHotels....

LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 2 February 1900

LOCAL NEWS ANN ."At LEASE.-J. Braid has applied for nu annual lease of 640 ocroa in the piirish of Tonlorfield, county Olive. PUBLIC HoLinAY.-Next Wednesday being fcho date of tlio Amateur Pionio Races, a public holiday has been pro claimed on tlmt day. ( ?FREE SELECTIONS.-Tlio following selec tions woro taken up yesterday at the Lands Office M. Coghlan, o.c.p. 100 acres, parishes Donaldson and Mingoola, county dive,' and o.L. 100 aoros, parish Donaldson, county Clivo. , HOMESTEAD SELECTIONS.-Homestead selection of 37 ? acrea 3 roods, within Homestead Area No. 357, parish Tenter field, county Olive, has been taken up by R.' Stack at the local Lands Oflico, .THE NEW ENGLAND PAIS.-This will take jilace in the Great. Northern Hall on tho nights of tho 14th and 15th instant. Tho = proceeds is to be dovoted to the "Wesleyan Church Fund. See particulars 'in advertisement to-day. MEDICAL.-Dr. Froyor having left for Sydney on a holiday trip Dr Posman -who arrived on Wednesday from Sydney, w...

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

- AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. " ^ TIIE usual weekly meeting of the cnni Snittoo'was held on Salurdiiy limb, when thero ,'woro, present:- Messrs. J. I]. ; Roid ' (chair), Crisp, Roper. Aubrey; i 'Donojrliue, j. H. Snmmerlad, Corrin, ;> Cowiri,. YVoolnniigh, Kuskey, Cnwloy, Walker, Readott, Goodrich, H. A. Smith, and Campbell. TKo minutes of thq.proviouB mooting werq read And confirmed. I CoRRESI'OSnBNCB. (1) From Secretary Wool-Seller's , Brokors Association. intimating that ap-; plication for special prizes could not' bo . 'considered for some time to como. (2) From.Beale and Co.,: acoupling; spaco allotted on terms laid down. (3) From the Town .Band.' submitting a: programme which was accepted. ? > ? (4) From^ tlio Tentorfield Volunteer Fire Brigade, intimating that they wore prepared to give a domonsUiition on the third evening of the Show. ?:?; (5) From Mr. Stoinbeck, headmaster Tentorfield Public School, offering to givo a drill and dumb-boll exercise by boys on tho second ovoni...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

Brief Mention. THE weather extremely hot. MORE ruin wanted for the orops. ? AMATOER Picnic races to-morrow. TO-MORROW proclaimed a public holiday. MUNICIPAL official nominations to-day. MEETING of Land Court Board to-day. ABMIDALE races to-morrow. Silox on gaged. SPECIAL grant of L100 for roadB and streets. THE death is announced of tho Marquis of Quoensberry, in his 66th year. AT the Warwick Farm races on 'Satur day, Watchdog won the Flying Handicap, and Fairy Prince tho Farm Handicap. IN tho last of tho threo races botween tho New Zealand yacht Rainbow and tho local crnck White Wings, which was started on Friday, the former won with over twolvo minutes to spare, thus secur ing the rubber. BISHOP DOYLE, who for twenty-ono years has boon priest and Bishop of the dioceso of Ijismore, has beon presented with a purso of £1000 on tho ovo of his departure to Europe on a visit. Tho British Government intend to convert Gaya, jn North Borneo, into a naval base, in ""order to counteract tho ...

TELEGRAMS. Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

TELEGRAMS. Yesterday's Homebush Sales. SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. 1150 cnttlo were ynrded, the market being euiior. Best bullocks brought £8 14s; othors from £3. Best cows, L0 3s . others from L3. ,10500"sheep woro peunod, the market being firmer; best wothers 13s; others from 8s ; owes 8s to 10s 6d. .. ?. in^tlio local lines Harrison,. Jonos and Devlin sold 30 of Walker Trusteo's bul locks averaging L6 17 Od.

DEBATE IN THE COMMONS. LONDON, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

REBATE IN THE COMMONS. " : LONDON, February 1. The- debate on I ho Address in reply was continued in the House of Commons last nlylit. , .. - During the proceedings, Sir " Michael Hicks-Bench gave an indignant denial to the insinuation made by. Mr. Sydney Buxton, Liberal member of the Poplar Division of Towers Hamlets, fchit the action of the Treasury Department had stinted the preparations for the war' in South Africa. Great indignation is expressed by both the Press and the public at the partisan and recriminatory tone of the debate now proceeding in the Houso of Couimous, and" an appeal is made for a cessation of party politics during tho presont time of crisis. LONDON, FEBRUARY 2. During the debate on the Address-in Keply last night an important statement was,made by Mr. George Wyndham, Under Secretary'for. war, with regard to tho situa tion in South Africa. Mr. Wyndham stated that by the middle of February thero'would be a total of 180,600 British troops in South Africa includi...

GREAT NATIONAL DEFENCE. LONDON, February 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

GREAT NATIONAL DEFENCE. . LONDON, February 1. IT is reported from Paris that the French Cabinet havo adopted an elaborato echomo of national defence. tho estimated cost of which is 1,500,000,000 francs £60,000,000. The scheme embraces un extensive pro gramme of naval construction, coast and colonial defences, and also the laying of strategic telegraph cables, but half tbe outlay is to be devoted to the navy. It is proposed to commence during tho pro sent year the construction of no less than 177 vessels, which will include six first class battleships, fivo armoured cruisers, twenty-eight torpedo bout catohors,, 112 torpodo bouts, and twenty-seven sub marine torpedo boats, All the vessels ^included in this programme aro to be com pleted by the year 1907.

SYDNEY, MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

S.YDJtfEY, ;; \ .>0 V1 ? MONDAY ,NIONR. Tin oro is quoted at 21s.- _ At-Broken Hill on Saturday ,n man -named Joffnosifell a distanco of 100 foet down a shaft and escnpodalmoat without ft bruise. .. ?. .. ~j It is estimated. that. fully 30,000 Bheop woro destroyed in tho.Warrnambool district by tho rooont bueli Brea. Mr. Burton loft»by tho Melbourne express lust night. A number'of ardent Federal ists woro on tho platform to;wi'sli him bou voyago. y / /' Tho tonderof J.. Jr;Frrinoy,; Casino* :hna been accepted: fur tho orection of-a bridge over Deoj) Creok,->roadJ:TubuIam to Myall Creok. . - . , -jj , r , During n thundersborm'at Mnrnluan yos torday a sivagman and a boy named Lloyd Williams wore struck dead by lightning. Another, boy in-tho vicinity was also seriously injured. . Mr. Barton received an ovation on pass ing through Albury this morning. Mr. Reid, Leader of tho Opposition in New South Wales, is strongly opposed to the sending of a delegation to England in connection...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

l Tuesday^F^wjaapy 6, 190D.--SPPt>LEMENT to THI iK; lOVfc I"1 'WifioniS iSi; Sisana .. .. Health Tlta W.?>- &P '.' TheW-R;., C o rset s.'? are cut on highly . i scientific ' principles, excel- ; lently finished, and being perfect shapes, they give the . . greatest possible c? amount of ease and comfort, combined .with strength and durability, and are , made in various -shapes to suit all ^ figures. Obtainable from all Leading ? .v. Drapers. Wholesale only of the. / Manufacturers, We psenthall & Co.,. . . 15 London Wall, London, £ 0, - and 422 George-at., Sydney. , EVENING NEWS i|. Contains all the Latest and Most Accurate News of the War. | . Vivid; and Interesting Accounts of the Struggle ln South Africa will be Published. ©). Mr. H. H. SPOONER, THE EVENING NEWS SPECIAL WAR CORRESPONDENT, L ; NOW ON HIS WAI TO THE EBONT, "WILL ALSO SUPPLY i Sketches and PKotographs of Scenes of the Fighting 1T TOWN AND COUNTRY JOURNAL.^ HAND POWER and TUBBINE, 30 to 600 gallon...

AMATEUR PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

AMATEUR PICNIC RACES. THE abovo races will bo bold on the local racecourso to-morrow. Good ontrics have been received fortho wliolu of tho ovonts, thus ensuring a first class day's sport. Tho day lias been proclaimed n public holiday, but only tlio afternoon will bo observed by tho business houses. With regard to tho races, a departuro has been made from tho old custom, and tho public will bo admitted on payment of ono shil ling at tho gates. This course has beon adopted to dispel tho idea that the races wero solely confined to members of tho Club and thoir friends. Tho invitation ball will lie' held in the Gymnasium Hull in the evening, and is sure to bo woll attended.

TENTERFIELD v. SUNNYSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

. TENTERFIELD v. SUNNYSIDB. - The above Clulis met on -Queen's Park; on Suturdiy last, Tenterfield obtaining-a decisive victory by an innings and 62 runs. Subjoined are the scores :- ???? TOWN TEAM.-First Innings. . Walker, o Donnolly, b llurtz - ... . 25 Pike, run out 24 Ileilly, notout.... ...: . .... - 24 Woigall, bBcadmg ? 5 King, e Hurlz.b Reading ...: ; 0 Stewait, b Readin; 2 Boldey, b Reading ... . - 0. Kinliu, not out 17 Sundries 7 ; ? Seven wickes for... . . ... 103 VSunnyside.'-First Innings. Goyei, b Pike ^ 0 Battaglim, run out . 0 Leonard, b Walkel- ... - 1 Reading, b Walker ...: ... 2 Iitjrtz, b Pike 4 McAliator, b Walker . 0 T Roos, b Piko k 3 J Roos, b Piko . . '2 Donnelly, o and b. Wiilkeri 12 Hutcluns, not out ~ . ... - . ... 4 Marsden, h o w , b Wulker ... 0 Sundries . . . . 1 Total . 29 Second 'Innings. ? Geytr, b Piko - 1 'Battaglim, o Pike," b? Walker. A Leonaid, b Piko . 0 Raiding, b Wnlkei 2 Hurt/, b Pike 0 McAliHter,- c Stewart.-.i y- ... 0 T. Roos, 2 Stowart...

1900 [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

m JANUARY 7 14 21 28 1 8 15 22 29 W ~3 10 17 24 31 FEBRUARY w 7 14 21 28 3 10 17 24 Suu fitaea. Sets. Moon. January 1 ... 4.48 ... 7.10 ... New " 16 ... 4.69 ... 7.9 ... Full " . 3L ?... 5.18 ... ti.59 ... New Sun Bisaa. Pots. MOOD. February 14... 5.29 ... 0.51 ... Full MARCH S M TIwl T F S Sua Bises. Sets. Moon. March 1 ... 5.44 ... 6.30 ... New , 16 ... 6.64 ... 6.12 ... Full , 31 :.. 6.5 ... 5.52 ... New APRIL S M T W T F S Sun Utses. Sets. Moo&» April 15 ... 8. IB ... 5.33 ... Full " 29 ... 6.27 ... 5.17 ... New MAY S M T W T F S 2930 Son Bises. ' SotB. Moou. May 15 6.40 ... 5.2 ... Full .. 29 6.49 ... 4.56 ... New JUNE S 51 T W T F S 2930 San Rises. Sets. Moon. June 13.., ... 6.56 ... 4.54 ... Full " 27 7.0 ... 4.55 ... New JULY M AV AUGUST w Sun Rises. ^ota. HOOD. July '12.... ... H5» ... 5.2 ... Full " 26 6.52 ... 5.10 ... Now Sun llises. Seta. Moon. Auguafcll ... 6.37 ... 5 22 ... Full " 25 ... 6.21 ... 5.32 ... New SEPTEMBER S M T W T F S 1 2 3 9 5 6 7 8 91011121314...

ACACIA CREEK AND TOOLOOM DISTRICTS. Visit by Mr. C. A. Lee, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

ACACIA CREEK AND TOOLOOM DISTRICTS.,; ' Visit by Mr. 0. A. Lee, M.P. Mb.;C. A." LEE M;P. aftor attending t)io -Warwick Show Inst week proceeded to Acacia Creek un'd Tooloom, at which places he held enthusiastic meetings, and iuquircd into tho nature of local require ments. Ho speaks in grateful terms of the cordiality and kindness of tho resi dents during his visit. Tho bona-fido nature of tho settlements in thoso dis tricts has led to much improvement .and its steady progress is unmistakcable. And when Federation removos tho barrier now against the produce of the sottlers, and the harsh tick regulations modified, tlio progress will be much moro rapid. Tho influx of population lias necessitated a demand for two more schools, though it was only last year n second : school was established, namely, at Acacia Creek bridge. A Polico Station is sanctioned at Acacia Creok, and tho designs for tho buildings aro ready. Tenders for tho erection of which, also for an important bridge over the ...

CRICKET. Association Matches. CHRIST CHURCH v. WEST END. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

CRICKET. Association Matohea. CHEIST CHURCH v. WEST END. These Clubs commenced thoir first con test in the series on Saturday on the Show Ground, and judging from tho state of the gnme at present, tho contest promises to bo n closo and exciting ono. Below nro tho scores: CHRIST CHURCH.-First Innings. B. Fitzhardinge, b H. Dickson ... 11 Bentluy, h.o.w. b H. DickBon ... 0 Tompson, c Smith, b Wernor .... 23 Evorett, b Werner ... ... ... 40 M. H. Fitzhardinge, c Dickson, b Corney ... ... ... ... 1 Wyman, o Smith, b Coaldrako ? ... 21 Cartor, c Cornoy, b Worner.v. . ... 2 Bakor. b Coaldrako : .v.?:... .19 Flynn, not out ... 2 Westbury, c.Werner,'bH. Dickson; - .1 Scott, run out... v * ... 1 tSundiies , 1 ' Total 123 WEST ENB.-^First Innings.,; . ? W.,Smith,-run out: v.. ... -6 Pebordy, b Wyuian ... ... ... 3 T. Smith,;bTompson.... ... 49 Corney, b:Wynian -... ? ... ... 0 Wornor, b Wyman ... . ... ...; 0 H. Dickson, c Flynn, b Fitzhardinge 13 Coaldrako,. o Fitzhardinge, b Baker. 5 C. Dic...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 6 February 1900

PANORAMA OF CAPETOWN. ORNEI.'AL SIK UEDVER8 BOLLKR. Pl*.T JOUBEKT, Commander-in-Chief of tlie Transvaal Ar Cat»T. Cor, Commanding N.S.W. Lancers. Photo by B*im« J- Co., 19 Sydney. MAJOn-GKNEUAL SIR CHARLES \V\i:»KN PAK01tA.UA OF LADTBMITH. MAJOR DICK-CUVNYNGHAM, V.C.I of the Gordon Highlanders, killed at Ladypraith. MAJOR MABCHAND, the Frenchman who attempted to dispute Kitchenor,<» pos^eseimi F^hoda. Major KNJGHT. command'^ J!nd Coat. -Lieut. WILKINSON, Aust. Home. Lady-Supt. Eil*h JOEIA GoniiD. .Capfc. HILLIABD, Mounted Inf 'y. | I Mr. METFORD, inventor Lee-Metford rifle. CAPT. NEBBIT, V.C., of ArmouredHrain fame FIELD-MARSHAL LORD ROBERTS, OP KANDAHAR, CoMMAnr*a-iN-CHi*F Brihibh Abmt IN Arstci NAVAL FBIOADE IN Aertrs, LIEUT-COLONEL CAKLTON, who with IdOOmen ei rrand« red to the Boera early in the campaign. LIEUT. OaUuuNE, N.S.W. Lancers. MAJOR-GEMERAL LOED KITCHENER OF KHARTOUM. PaiaiDKNT STETH, of the Orange Free State. MAJOR OENKKAL FKK.*CH. GENERAL SCHALK BURAE!*, W...

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