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LATEST TELEGRAMS. RIIODESIAN WAR. RISING QUELLED AT FORT CHARTER. FORT VICTORIA OFFERED NATIVE ASSISTANCE. The Chartered Company have received a c fcgram from the officer commandiug at Charter, who says that there is no troubie to the lSouth of Charter, or to the north-east and norlh-west. He thinks thut six weeks will filJlsu the rising. He is inclined to believe tba,1 the rising among the Mashonas is not 8aii.>us, and that most of them have fled ^'tlioiu doing much damage. A telegram from Salisbury of to-day 8 date k^Va :— 'I The High Commissioner's proclamation "'a.1!! Pubjishd to-day, and is generally dis- approved, a A fort will be established between here n4„Waii, probably at MaranciellaE, -the natives round Victoria are still loyal, *nd are offering assistance. Cliilimanzi, who "rni«l'ed 800 men for the last war, has again offered help, as has "!ae Cluzi, a power- chief near the Lundi liver. The natives at Tali are quiet. URICAT EATTLE EXPECTED. GREAT BATTLE EXPECTED. The great battle with the natives infesting ^atoppo Hills is expected to take place 18 (Saturday) evening. A desperate resis- ts is anticipated,

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