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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

Railway Time Table. - Tho inail traiu for Sydney leaves Tentor fleld afc: 7*10 p.in; daily, Satrr^rya ex oeptody and for .: Brisbane a. 11*30 o.tn. daily, Sundays excepted. ' . -.The Goods Traiu leaves Tenterfioll for 8ydney overy Tuesday, Thursday, and aturday mornings at 6 a.m., aud nr JVCB from Sydney every Monday, Wed nesdays and Friday evemugs at 4*45 p.m. The fares between Sydney and Tenter field, and IVnterfield and Brisbane are as follow: TmnrEnFiEiD TO Sydxby. 1st ( las/, Single £4 10 2nd ClaM, Single ... ^.< 2 10 - 0: Setut'i TioUets, available for. ; -i. . Two Months. 1stClasn '..."£5 12 6' . 2nd Claf.9 . . 3 10 : 0 ; *WaI») AHQiRJiA. ; 0 BrISBAITB/-';; "*? 1st Clas-t, Single ... .£1 19. 7 - 2nd Cln/8, Siuglo -1- 5.: 5 . , 1st Clas;f, Rotnra ;\2 19 5 : 2nd Clacs, Eoturn : .V. . 1 18 : 2

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

Thanks. I BEG to return sincere thanks to all kind friends and relations for their kind assistance in my late sad bereavement, through the sudden death of my loving wife.       HENRY HILL, Hawkin's Gully.   Return Thanks. MRS. GROGAN and family desire to return their most sincere thanks to   Messrs Whit Roper, P. Kelly, T. M.         Walker, Dr. Possman ; the Warder and Matron of the Hospital, and other kind     friends for their kindness and sympathy in the hour of their trouble, occasioned by the   lamented death of their late daugh-   ter, Catherine Hill.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 13 February 1900

Wanted. \\7 ANTED a COOK und LAXJKDUESS li r Assistance given in tlie Laundry. Apply SI us. C, B, DUTTON, . . Cooredulln, ; _ or Mns. CAPPONI. LOSt. ; ' LOST from,Bryana Gap aboat two wceka a yellovy bay HOKSlv near side foro foot whito, two front feetehori, branded WL'oycr A eidewnya. JOi reward \vill be .puiil on delivery lo . > ' * . ' V JOHN NOW LAN',;* ' ;'Biyttii's (5np. . Quirindi Fotirth Annual RAM SALES. Tuesday, Feb. 27th. About 1000 Bams will ba penned!: ? ' WILT.IAM OAi)RLL,V;j:Vv SuleamanVV; ifg"m','W'WtiP"UP'TiynipM">*,tM'*tmrV|p"11||*m'"iii|'>ur'W'v SCHOOL OF ARTS, TENTERFIELD. HALL KEPT ABTIPI2IALLY COOL. DAN CO. SI3!MC3E,3C.TE"" -A.' JJ.HJC8-33 STTOODISS. To-Mlght, T yes day, February 13 GRAND FAREWELL PERFORMANCE, the Great Stngo;Story of Slave Lifo, TET2SSTCSX.EB I TO-NIGHT.. TO-NIGHT. . COTTON FIELD BEVELS. REAL COLORED NEGROES. JUBILEE SINGERS. SPECIALTY ARTISTS. ' CAKE WALKERS, icc. TOPULAR PRICES-3s, 2s, nnd Is. Tho littlo ones lialf-price. Seats mny....

NO ONE KNOWS. THE WEIGHT OF ANOTHER MAN'S BURDEN. MANY A ONE IN TENTERFIELD BROUGHT TO LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

NO ONE KNOWS. THE WEIGHT OF ANOTHER MAN'S BURDEN. MANY A ONE IN TENTERFIELD BROUGHT TO LIGHT. . . - You know . you lmvo a burden* to ibeftr;: You. know where: you are taxed;to bear ifc, ^ 1T i < : You " know.: Iiow-. tnueh trouble.ikgives you, " _ ? k.1 .t - f k ? oBut do.you;kno\»>how:to vshalcer-'fc;offif;' r '?. 'Xliotbiiok.^bBara moro; burdens/than;-ull; bho human oigitiusm v ' [And it objects "to 'it, sometimes em phatically. ' ' ' Ai'-It ncbea;at piunsf-itsiwoak and hmo. ^rlt'ssyour fault^if you don't.come to tho lesuie .iPorhans you dontknow .how.- Wo would toll yombut-youiimght doubt us:* . We will lot a Tenterhold man do it, then, it1a easier pioten i Mr. 'John - -Lonmx, -Douglas St.;: tins town, says :-" My first symptom of Kid ney diseaao occurred years ago just after Iliad Blow fever. It came in a bnckacho and.I took to wearing flannel bells' which I blamed for making rno worse. You; seo I would' work and perspire and the belt would got wet and thou seem to...

LATEST COMMERCIAL, SYDNEY, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

; LATEST COMMERCIAL, 1 , SYDNEY,' THUKSDAY JNIQHT. ' > .' "Wheat, 2a Sid to 3s Flour, LO lOa to L7 Obickwhent, 2s 3d to 2s 6d ? . Chaff, L210s to L3 12s 6d ?, ;Potatocs L3 to L4 2s 6d . Oaton Hay, L3 10stoL4 10s ~ > -Maize, 28 Id to 2s 9d . , . if- Oats,,2s 5d to 2s6d , . Lucerno, . L2 5s to L2 15s . , .Butter,ioroamory, 8Jd ; factory, ^d ta. 8J; dairy* 6J to 7d. - : "

War Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

War Notes. A private letter from tho Transvaal Bays that tho Boors arc surprised at :the Australians coming over' to. iiglit, and fear thorn much more than thoy do tho Imperial troops, as tho Australians equal tho Boers in horsemanship, and get quickly used to tho country and its life. Ex-Sergeant-major Croon, of tho Bri tish Balloon .Department, is among. tho Boer prisoners captured at Magersfontiou. Green, who deserted from Aldersliot in 1893, admitted that ho had been some tinio in tho service of the Boers, and had in structed them in trenching. He says tlioro wero 23,000 Boers at Magorafontoin, 21,000 of whom wero engaged tho day of tho late big battle. Ho believes if the at tack had boon pressed tho Boers would liavo yielded. (A cablegram of Friday hist reports that Green had lieon tried by tlio British authorities for treason, and sh< t.) Whilst preparing for a salo in his establishment, Air. P. Began a storekeeper in Tamwortli had his windows ornamented with the fl...

THE TENTERFIEI[?]D Interrolonial Courier AND Fairfield & Wallangarra Advocate FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

'' THE. TENTERRiEl U '. Interroljormal Cauiicr ? C' AHD ' .Fairfield ?& Wallangarra .Advocate '"'.' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10. LOCAL NEWS. ? SHERIFM- SAIE.-We aro desired to state that thislsale will tnko place at Mr. . I. Wheieat's Auction Mart at noon on Tuesday next, instead of to-morrow as .. previously, announced. I.FHEE SELECTION.-Tho following selec tion was taken up at tho Lands Offico yesterday:-Kenneth M'Lonnon, OOP 65 acres and CL 195 acre?, parish. Gibraltar, County Oliro. NEW DISTRICT COURT, JUDGE.-Mr. Heydon has formally intimated his accopt tance of tlie.vacant District Court Judge . ship, occasioned by the death of Mr. Justice Coffey. , - ; OBITUARY.-We regrot to have to rocoH the death of tlic wife of Mr. E. W. WotBon, for many years a resident of this district, which took place at Armidale on Monday last. We sympathise with the family in ?the hour of their bereavement. Snow MATTERS.-Tho Show special prizo list is advertised in our business columns to-day. The art...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

> > ' > > > j-a. .' - ; JT3J ., . >-a so &»? . pa - » <Q _J Quirindi Fourth Annual Tuesday, Feb. 27th. About 1000 Sams' willv,'be';penned^ | ^ --> sSalotman, ' Case of CHRONIC INDIGESTION Terrible Fits of Biliousnss MANY DOCTORS FAIL, But CLEMENTS Provides a Complete Recovery. THE CASE OF MR. F.- BRUNICARDI. From thd Freeman*8 Journal Jutxz 75, 1893. ? (BY OUR 8PEOIAL REPORTER.) ?: WHEN our repoiter 'called ho found Mr. ! BauNiOAKDi in tlio factory, 59G Harris .. Ureet, Ultimo, Ho was cngagod in artist ically. decorating a vnovol thing in caat : picture. frames, which he informed our ' reporter he had patented. On a sholf in tho faetbiy was plainly discernible a half* \ emptied bottle of Clements Tonic; "1 was informed you are quite cured," . questioned our reporter, pointing to the bottle. " So I am, 1 am thankful to say," replied he, " but I. still reckon to take a ? dose, of Clements Tonic now and then as a ; sort of preventive and to ward ...

WILSON'S DOWNFALL LAND COUET. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

WILSON'S DOWNFALL LAND COUET. A MEETING of the Land Court Board : was :ho!d at. Wilson's Downfall on Friday: last ?before Messrs. .F.' G.' Finloy(cliairman) M: H. .Filih">rditiKo nnd - I. Whereat/. Mi 's.B.;-when the1 following business .was; disposed of:- ' ;: J. H AWia, for o i 99-19, of 051 acres ? and >o liv 99-22,.of : 195 .acres, Confirmed ',,for 78:acre6j:and 213 acres respectively. : cWl' 'Watersou, Senr,,for o r'99-457of 80 . acres; ond o 1 39-49, of 240 acres.; Con f-firmed j 5 wire fence. . > ?: . / ? "..'JjvDtttyrfor-o I? 99-59, of 165 acres,, and' . c 1.99-67, of GOO acre. Befused not:coni-: ? petent'to select. ?/< ? :??? - ; 1 G. 11. Hardcastle, for o r 09-79,: of <250 acres, and ox 99-87; of C15acreB.Surve"y; ordered .m modified form, J. E. Hulcahy, forns09-)l, 867: acres] Confirmed. ' "? '? .-E.E.Kenny.for a i 99-9, of l71G : acres. ? Confirmed. " c ~ A. Crisp, for B L 1800-1, ;ofll7\acres; "Withdrawn. »^ G. Palmer Jr., for n x, 99-2, o...

THE BRITISH ARMY. Proposed Reorganisation Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

. THE BRITISH ARMY. Proposed Beprganisation .Sohome. LORD LANSOOWHE, Score Wry of State for. War, has explained to the Houseiof Com mons that the military scheme of Great: Britain is tentative and: designed: to meet a great emergency, and ultimately ;.would result in a permanent reorganisation. Thero Tvere still availablo for home; de fence 109,000 regulars, and J 328,000 auxiliaries. It was proposed to increase the regulars by 30,000, and lie hoped en couragement would bo given to induce the auxilirries to attain their full ? establish ment, BO as to bring tho number of trained men to near 600,000,' without recourse to modified conscriptions, or a revival of the militia ballot. It was proposed further to form twelve perm uncut lino battalions and three infantry battalions authorised last year, and give special inducement to time-expired men to re-join for one year. . Tho Army Service Corps would also bo increased by 26 batteries of field artillery and by batteries of horse artillor...

RUDYARD RIPLING'S NEW WAR POEM. THE ABSENT-MINDED R[?]GGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

EUDYARD RIPLING'S NEW WAR . , I'OBM. 'TUE ABSKNT-MINDED Ri:G(1AH. .Wheu you've shonted "Rule Britania" t;. v: . .-when you've Buug " God Save tho .vQueen" - When you're-finififtcd killing Kruger with your mouth 'Will you kindly drop a shilling in my little tambouriuo ,-. : Fora gentleman in kharki ordered South? He's an absont-mindcd beggar, and his weak .5.v,;v":V'-V? . ? nesses arc great, -'.-'But we and Punl most take them as wc - fiud him ;. . He is out on iicttvo service, wiping something off a elate : :v.And he's left a lot o' little things behind him! v' - JDukc'sson-cook's son-son of a hundred v kings- , . (Fifij thousand horso and foot going \ <.-. to Table liay I) : vh Each of 'em doing his country's work (and who's to look after their things ?J >*.?:> !: Pass the.hat for your credit's sake and 7"^ 1 pa> 1 p.ij 1 pay 1 > There are girls he married secret, asking no . .permission to ".V,.; "j !. ,<? For.he-know ho wouldn't get if he did ; -...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

Captain Thomas' Farewell. A MEETING of Subscribers to tho XX. above forewf-U will beheld at the School of Arts TO-MOUROW. (SATUR DAY) EVENING at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of deciding what form tho Souvenir ebull take. 13. W. "WHEREAT *1 Joint J. L. KELP / Hon. Secc. TENDERS. TENDERS are invited for.the CART ING of 2 - ROILERS and OTHER MACHINERY from tho White Rock:-Mine to thoLiuly Hiujip:leti Miiie, Drake, either for the whole or for Boilers nloou. Tenders cloae ^FEBRUARY 24th. For particular^ apply " ET5GAU HALL, - . Tcnterfield or D'rako. Municipality of Ten terfield. \ PPLTCATIONS for the FOLLOWING £3u v will bo received nt tho Town Hall up to-WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 10th instant, . for a term of 12 months, viz : - Two PERMANENT CORPORATION . LABORERS. . ' ! .?; DRA'Y HIRE, as mnyho required. , - AlsoTenders for CARTING GRAVEL, . at per cuoic yard. . .. ? Particulars caa .bc had on applying ftt-tbe . Towrc Hall.; ..>r..,V.v> ? All upplieptionB and Tendera:to ^bo.<...

Post Office Time Table. MAILS CLOSE FOR [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

" Post Office Time Table. WAir3CL0sr. POU' . Wilsons' Downfall., ami Hootioo Boonoo, l-uepday in'd. Fritbiy^ Ht9J30 p.ni; . , Sydney/GIen Innes An«W«)pf' 2VInhl«»d, i/- and New .astle, G15 p. in. .(Saturdays . excepted. , . . ~ Tubu!rtoif.CftVjnb, Lijmiore, amVRiohmnnd .Kiver-iMily, except Sunday, at 12 ' noon; leave at I2 30p.in, rimbarra, a nil Stuinbrook-Tuesday and . Friday, at 9 30 p.m. Leave Wednes day and Saturday at G a.m.: Drake, Sandy Hill, aud; Ros&iterviHe-' . Daily iitlS.noon.; ? Leavo-,at V2-30p.ni. Bonshaw-fMonday and Friday, nt 030 .-p.m,^ vIioavb 'Tuesday-and Saturday at5 a.tm' . v . ' Bryan's Gap-Tuesday and Friday at li'15 . a.m. _ * tWallanRarra and Queensland daily at lO'SO a.rn. (Sunday excreted.) : . - MAILS AnUIVE FKOil .' Sydney, Glen -Ijjnes,. Armidale, West Maitland, and Newcastle-Dnily (ex cept Sundays) at 11 50 a.m. Doouoo Boonoo, and Wilson's Downfall Thursday aud Sunday, at 5*30 p m. Drake, and Sandy Hill-Daily (except Saturdays) at 5'45 p.m. T...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

SMOKERS SHOULD (Ji CALVERT'S A FHAGRANT 1*0 DENTIFRICE & MOUTHWASH, f Tbo most offoctivo preparation ' Tor rlddlns the mouth or tho i aroma of tobacco, and lonvlnp a ploasaat tasto. ' [ Sold in If. td., 2i. 04, and 1H>; 7«. M. botlUi ' I iSnslit\ ram), at ChtmUlt and Slora. f F. C. CALVERT & GO., MANCHESTER. | ,7t Qold et Silver ifedalt omZ Diplomat £ *l'i" Hotels. the« TENTER FIELD. . ~iJ:ph n: E« Brownj " (Late of the Exchange ; . . Hotel), BEGS to inform tho inhabitants .of Ten* terficM and surrnundrug districts, also tho Travelling. Public, that ho has again entered into business, .and has tuhen the woll-Unown and popular Hotol. known as tho "COMMERCIAL HOTEL," for many years occupied by his lato father, and ean n&snro them that no effort will ho'uvritinig on. his part to make the COMMEKCIAL thO . ' ' Premier Commercial and Family ;? Hotel ^ IN THE NORTHERN DISTRICTS BO far as thorough attention to tho comfort and convenience of :ts patrons is concerne...

Religions Memoranda. FOR SUNDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

Religions Memoranda, FOB SUNDAY NEXT, FETSRUABY li Onuitcn or EKOLASD.-lente'rfleld 7.30 a,in. (uo)ll ; ' B.m, (lie) and 7'30 p.m. Children Survico at 3 - By ROY. n. G. Smith . WKSLRTAN Ciitmcir.-Tentorfleld, 11 a;ro. and 7 JW . .. >. p .ro. Rev. B. Lane BungullaatS, >-PAxsnroiRiAN Cnt/ncn.-Tenterfield lia.ni. and u ' 7.80p.m. by UieRtv.DHI-Macky DRAKE SERVICES, Cinrecii OF ESMLASK-11 a.m. and 7*80 p.ra. By :. i -: 'Mr. Cecil. . . /.-. . . WzsLBTANCiiUBCir.-11 a.m and 7^J0 p.m. By Mr. \ J.H. .Roper . . ROMAN CATHOLIC Gutmcn.-Mass at 8.30 a.m. and' 11 . -a.nu Benediction at 7.30 by the Rev, Father . . ' Corcoran. .

Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

Railway Time Table. ThQiinaiLlr&iu.for.Sydncy. leaves Tenter .field at 7*10 p.m. daily, Safcrr^fya ;ex cup tod, and for Brisbane u.-li*30-r*m, daily, Sandays ex«v*j>tod. . The Goods Train leaves TenterfleU for Sydney, every Tuesday, Thursday, and; aturday . moroingB lit G a.m., anil ar« ivea from Sydney every Monday, Wed* nesday, and Friday evenings at 4*45 p.m. Tho fares between Syduey and Tenter field, and.Tc nteifield and Brisbane are as follow: TftiTSBl'ZftU) TO SyPNEY, . . 1st (lnsf, SingJo ^ 2nd Oia> i, Single ... 2 10 0 '????.? Setur'i Tickets, available for ' - 1 Two--Months.-?'/ . ..". lafc Clasr:. ... ... .£5 12 0 v . ' 2nd Clar 9 ... . . 8 lOt .0 " IVali aKJahka o. Bkisdanr; , ; let Clas % Single ^119,v 7 - : vr 2nd Clci13, Single ... ... 1:5 5 i 1st Clus'.i, Return /.i v.v;v ^2 19 ;.-5 > . i . 2nd Cluts, Eoturn' v»." I1 18 -.2 ; . -1

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

Wanted. ANfED a COOK aud LAUNDRESS.; Assistance) given in tho Laundry, Apply Mns. C,'B, DUri'ON, Cootedulln, or Hub. OAPPONI.

War Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

War Notes. ' The. following officers have boon ap pointed in connection with the Bushmen'n Contingent: - A Squadrou : Captain:, Thomas, Lieutenants . Allen and- Cope, Second; Liputonants Zouch and Cornwall. ? B, SquadronCaptain Dan gar Lieutenants Eckford arid Fraser, Socond Lieutonantr; Pockloy, and Gcll. C Squadron : .Captain ? Macliatlie, Lieutenants Battye jind. 'Multins,.seconds Lieutonants Lynch and Christie. D: Squadron : Captain 'Baker. Lioutenauts Westgartli and Capo, Second... Lieutenant Mooro. , The Armidiile contribution to tho New South Wales patriotic fund amounts to .£255, which includes £73 13s Gd from tho - Patriotic Sports, and Half-Holiday As sociation Concert on Anniversary Day,. and £32 Os 8d from tho Ladies Patriotic' Booth at the Highland gathering. . , ; A private cable message -received in ; -Sydney staloB that Mr.' YY. J.;Lambio, . the war correspondent of the iMelboiirno "Age "and Sydney "Daily Telegraph" ; who was killed -; while''-..with the colonial, tr...

Brief Mention. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

Brief Mention. SHERIFFS sale next Tuesday. SHOW special prizes advertised.! . THE Grafton murderer confesses. SAIE of Show privilges to-morrow. . PRESENTATION to Oaptain Thomasi r MB. LOAUEK-HII.L'G juvenilo ball next Tuesday night. ,. THE carpenters' strike is still unsettled.. SPECIAL cheap railway excursion to Sydney 011 Tuesday. ' THE Hobart Cup was won by Firisdale, Laussa 2, Trehdle 3. TUB': Into rain will liavo a benoficial oflecfc on the corn crops. THE Glen Innes Bushmen')? Fund has reached tho sum of £45 odd". ; : AT tho Lismore Sessions on Tuesday an old horse and cattle stealer named Morton was sentenced to soven years. THE Dan Barry Co. concluded their season on Tuesday night, when "Uncle. Tom's Cabinwas- staged to a good audience. ., , ' . A LARGE number of cattle liavo died from pleura in the Richmond River dis trict! ho past few weeks. MR L\'NE is still determined in liaving a Royal Commission to enquire into tho public finances at tho time Mr. Roid left otlice. . MR...

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. SEVERE FIGHTING NEAR COLES BERG. THE BRITISH OUTNUMBERED. CLEMENT'S OUTPOSTS RETIRE. MAFEKING'S FOOD SUPPLY. LONDON WEDNESDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tenterfield Intercolonial Courier and Fairfield and Wallangarra Advocate — 16 February 1900

LAST NIGHT'S NEWS. 'SEVERE FIGHTING NEAR COLES BERG. THE BRITISH OUTNUMBERED. I CLEMENT'S OUTPOSTS RETIRE. I MAFEKING'S FOOD SUPPLY. . I ; LONDON WEDNESDAY NIOIIT. Sovero fighting has taken place in tlio neighbourhood of Colcsberg, whore tlio Boors outnumbered tlio British by 5 to .1, Tlio onemy mounted a gun at Bastard's Nek, commanding tho country for 9000 yards, and comuolling all Mnjor-General Clement's outposts to retire, toRensberg. Tho Victorian Rifles gallantly defonded Maidens Farm, inflicting heavy loss on the Boers. : Tho West Australians, Wilsliire. and Berkshire regiments wero also liotly en gaged. ' - - ' . A-British Howitzer struck a! Boer.gun. Tho transfer of General French's cavalry to Modder River encouraged tho Boer's, attack. - Goneral Bailor's casualties from tho oth to this 7th February wore 24 killed, 335 wounded, and 5 missing. Tlio First Battalion of Iho Durban-Rifles suffered chiefly'.. (. Tlio Boers have nino guns at Ngutu in Zululand. ? - 'Tho German and ...

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