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Haverfordwest Town Council.

Grand Concert at Milford Haven.

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TO-DAY'S WIRES. [CENTRAL NEWS TELEGRAM.] THE SEIZURE OF TRANSVAAL GOLD. CAPE Towx, Tuesday night. Sir Alfred Milner has ordered the release of I L150,000, which was brought out by Kinfauns Castle," and seized by the authorities. After hearing representations he decided that the gold was the property of the National Bank. Nothing has been officially given out here beyond the statement that General Yule aud Sir George White were concentrating at Ladysmith. 1.30 p.m. THE SITUATION AT KIMBERLEY. A Kimberley telegram dated October 21st, iu the Morning Post second edition, says:âAn armoured train was engaged this evening and one of our men train was en g a,- was killed. Two trucks of dynamite were blown up by the Boers. The Boer loss was uncertain. The Boer artillery moved round trying to draw our force. There was small a engagement, but nothing of consequence happened. A train containing a Maxim is cleared away Boers wrecking railway line. CONDITION OF GENERAL SYMONS. REPORTED TO BE DOING WELL. 2.45 p.m. The Central News learns that the bullet has been extracted from General Symons. He is doing well. FURTHER DEATHS. A War Office telegram states that Lieut. J. A. Camp- bell and Prvt. James Kelly, of Second Gordon High- landers, have died from wounds received at Elandslaagte. Corporal James Delaney, of the Manchester regiment, has also died. Prvt. Burke, Manchester regiment, is dangerously wounded, not killed as previously announced. The War Office has also issued revised list of Imperial Light Horse casualities, alterations are slight though initials of men killed and wounded are now fully gtven.

I YULE'S RETREAT I

GREAT BATTLE AT GLENGOE.

:ANOTHER BRILLIANT IBRITISH…

I OFFICIAL REPORT.

DUNDEE ABANDONED.

Departure of Welsh Fusiliers.

The Sad Occurence at Pembroke…

Pembrokeshire Men at Natal.…

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