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Haverfordwest Town Council.

Grand Concert at Milford Haven.

APPROACHING EVENTS

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INEW JUSTICE -OF THE PEACE…

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FOOTBALL.

ITHE WAR.

TO-DAY'S WIRES. I

I YULE'S RETREAT I

GREAT BATTLE AT GLENGOE.

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I OFFICIAL REPORT.

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OFFICIAL REPORT. Of the officers, five were killed and thirty wounded. Of the nou-commissioned officers and men 37 were killed and 1 j.J wounded, and ten are missing. Making a grand total of 2,)1. Compared with the official list of casualties in the Battle of Glencoeâa total of :211 killed and woundedâit will he seen that Saturday's engage- ment was the most disastrous to the British arms yet experienced in South Africa. On 3aturlay the officers suffered less in death, but more in wounded, thau at Glencoe, where eight officers were killed and 21 wounded. Although all arms appear to have been equally involved in the battle ou Saturday, the loss sustained by the respective units varied in a remarkable degree. Ouly cue stafY ofucer was wounded. Of all arms THE INFANTRY WERE TJIE WORSE SUFFERERS. The 2nd Battalion Gordon Highlanders, to cue of which is attributed a remark that Dargai was child's play as against Saturday's performance, suffered more severely than any other battalion, being depleted by what is equal to a strong regimental company, namely, four officers aud twenty nou com missions d officers and men WOUI)tlecl. iiitl eleven killed, nine officers and seventy- seven men wounded, and one lion-commissioned officer and seven men missing. Next in order to suffer severe loss was the Imperial Light Horse, which lost one officer and six nou com missioned officers and mpn killed, nine affiocrs and thirty-five iio:i-co;'iiiiis^ioned officers and men wounded, and ono m-nt missing. The lSl- I Battalion Manchester Regiment, y.]¡)¡;h was also in the thick of the advance., had t.ve officers and twenty-six non-commissioned officers and iuen wounded, and "kvell killed. The 1st Battalion Devonshire Regiment, the third infantry battalion engaged in the attack, ha.d lions of its officers or men killed, but four officers and twenty- uille non-commissioned officers and men were wounded, The oth Lancers, whose repeated charges among.-t the retreating enemy called forth such high praise from General Sir i; .;axge White, suffered remarkably it. W casualties, two troopers only being wounded and one missing.

DUNDEE ABANDONED.

Departure of Welsh Fusiliers.

The Sad Occurence at Pembroke…

Pembrokeshire Men at Natal.…

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