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SUMMARY OF NEWS. Ian Hamilton ccntimicil the movement on August 2 towards Ruitenliertr. turning the enemy off Malksberg Hange. The enemy lost several iirisoners. horses, aud wagons. Hunter reports that 3,3-18 men had urrendered 1,11' to August 3. Ho .LIS-? securcd 3.043 horses and three gauo. General Knox report. that he has eurrcssfully tngaued the enemy at Blienostsr Kop. Lord Roberts rcport3 that th Boer commandant Olivier, who brolia away when Primloo surrendered, is beinsf pursued by Bundle. It is oticially annottneed that tho Admiralty LMVD reeeverl A telfigrram from Viee-Admiral Sir Edward Seymour Atatiug that he had seen, the Viceroy of Nankin an the 2nd inst. Tho Viceroy wis very friendly. and seemed anxious to maintain peace iu thl" Yangtse Vaney, He arecd w the- ',wdk1g of a force OF 8,000 British troops for the defence of Shanghai. The V reroy returned the admiral's visit on the 3rd inst., and renewed his aS8urances of friend- ship. An agreement was arrived at as to arratisKinents for maintaining order on the Yangt30. It is reported at Shanghai that Li Hun' Chang has eommiUcd 9uicide, Salson lias dectared that he wished to kill the Shah because he was a great ruler. HE maintain. that he bad no accomplices, and that be belongs to no Anarchist group. The examining magistrate oil Saturday paid a visit to the Shah, who remarked that his assailant was simply a fanatic,. Palson will be examined by experts in m?ntal disease. ¡'):t: -,n;axe;re;h" f!tnrai of the lt-c KIOC Humbert., which will take place in the Pantheon. nOmf. Brcsci still maintains :> cynical al titude. Nnm9rf):ls arrete nav? bc-TI made at Milan an,1 It') I fnneral of the late Duke of Pa".('ohnr and Got ha took pl?" tt on Saturda:. A telegram has LIO-rm received from General U,, b" ithe Philip!1ineA) attacked fifteen cT1gine" undor a lientcmant, and killed, wounded, or captured the entire party. The premises of Mr. S. Leighton. watchmaker and jewellei. Lanca8ter. were broken into early on Saturday morning atad proptrty valued at I n early C3,000 was carried off. ny Et::r ;;U;Lo()d and Lady Rad- nor. Lord Manners, "md 9cveral cfflcers and wen-known war corrslJDnd{lT! :8 arrived in Eng- LAND on Saturday from South Africa. Stanstead House, on the borders of SUSSEX and Hants, C-ne of the largest, n,"n8011. in tilt two counties, was completely destroyed by fire during Friday night. SeYe"1 meetings of railway-men were held in the South Wales district on Sunday, espe- cially of mn on tie Taff Vale Railway. ho Barry Railway, and the Great Western Rail- way. Tin each case demands for improyed con. ditions were formu1:.ted. At a meeting of the Western Miners' Associa- tion, held at. Neath on Saturday, Mr. John Williams reported that ho had obtained A total of X495 15s. in compensation for several men under the Workmen's Compensation Act. A new 1!ding-seale with a till fl1rt.r ar1- vance for the Routh W,1l')Q colliers is prophesied h" :1 writer in tho "Iron and Coal Trado, Review,"

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