COLONEL HOWARD IN NORTHERN « TRANSVAAL. THE YEOMANRY iN ACTION. 1 THE DENBIGHSHIRE YEOMANRY AT WINBERC. In the course of a letter fom Warm Baths, 60 miles north of Pretoria, Colonel Henry Howard, of Wigfair, St Asaph, who wrote on September 1st, says We arived in Pretoria on the 15th, and marched past Lord Roberts, who expressed his approval of the stioag squadron (49th), &nd thence we proceeded to camp outside the city On the 17th we went through Wonderboon Nek. through which the railway runs, and then turned right handed, and scoured the pKin between the two ranges of Magaliesburg hills, which run east and west, to the north of Pretoria. The infantry cleared the top of the range-a nice walk they had —and I went on with the advanced troops till we got to a big kopje where I saw a number of Boers coining straight for it-abolit, 300 to 400. I sent back at once for Bobby Wynne's squadron, a pom-pom and two Colts, and I raced the Boers for the kopje, getting there first. We had a warm forty minutes with them, beating them off. My orders were not to pursue, but to return to camp at Derdepoort Nek. On the ISth we were ordered to seize Onderstepoort Nek with the Cavalry. I got there at 9-30 Infantry arrived at 11-30, and at 1-30 the Boers attacked us, and shelled us with their 401br and a lolbr till 4-30. Some of the 401br shells fell about 100 yards from me, and a tine mess they made when they exploded. The Boers were on a kopje next to ours, and they and the Infantry and some of our chaps were at it until dark. I lost some of our men who were observa- tion patrol to our front; one \ery nice Mont- gomeryshire man. Morris, was shot through the abdomen. He walked in, but died next day from peritonitis. Bobby buried him at Hamans Kraal next day. We also lost several men taken prisoners; they ventured too far into the village, which was full of Boers. These prisoners have all returned very hungry, for the Boers have nothing to eat but mealie bread. On the 19th we marched to Waterval-no fight- ing. This is the place where the British prisoners were interred. On the 20th we marched to Hamans Kraal. The country here is all bush veldt-liorrible country for cavalry to work in, being thick bush full of accacia thorns. The Boers began to hold us early with snipers, but we drove them back, though grandly their fire increased till I had to bring the pom-pom and Colts into action to assist our fighting line. It was here that Flower of the IVarwickg was killed, and Kirkby dangerously wounded-shot through the liver and spine. The doctors told me when I went to see him and wish him good-bye before marching on, that he could not possibly live, and if he did would be paralysed. I have, however, had a wire from Pretoria to siy he is progressing favourably, and the doctors do not think he will be paralysed. That is very satisfactory. If you remember, Colonel Long, R.A., was shot through the liver in November, and I saw him at Cape- town as well and as cheery as he could be. He told me he felt no ill effects from his wounds. I never saw a better plucked chap than Kirkby. All he remarked to me was that it would come to all of us sooner or later, and would I write to Willie Wynne—which I have done. We camped that night about three miles N.E. of Hamans Kraal. The Boers had prepared an ambush for us on the direct road, where the bush is very thick. Baden Powell cam up with 1,200 mounted men under Plurziri,er-i-ery fine looking chaps. They passed us and got into an ambush, losirg 17 men killed and wounded, including one Major Speckley, a great Rhodesian miner. We remained behind with Paget, as his cavalry. On the 21st we marched about to ten miles short of Pienaars River, camped that niihi, left on the morning of the 22ml, caught B.—P. up at Pienaars R iver, and marched on with him to Warm Baths, 32 miles, came up with the Boers about o p.m. and shelled them. But we could do no good, as the daylight was short. We had marched 32 miles, a very tine pertormance, as the last 17 of it was without water. ()') the 23rd we moved into the Nek through which the rail runs and were engaged directly, but at 6 p m. we were ordered to retire. We turned right handed and marched till 10 p.m., camped and started off again at 4 a.m., marching till midday on the 24th, when we camped on the line at Kraus Kop, about eight miles north of Nylstroom. This was a fine flank inarch of 22 miles. We rested on the 2oth, and next day took possession of Nylstroom, a village of about 400 inhabitants. On the 27th were ordered to return here (Warm Baths) much to our disgust, though perhaps we were rather in the oir," as the Boers hold a strong position in the hills between here and Nylstroom on the railway. However, we out- flanked them, a very fine performance of B.-P's. This is the Buxton of the Transvaal. There are 200 sulphur baths, temperature 160 degrees, straight from the earth. What between the sun above, sand under foot, and hot water below that, it is a pretty warm place There is an hotel here, but nothing to eat ir. it. I fancy the reason of our being here is to prevent the Boers from Lydenburg breaking this way and cutting Lord Roberts' communications. We have got the railway line reopened up to lure. The Boers have only destroyed one bridge at Pienaars River, and the Engineets luivc already made a deviation. This helps us nial et iall), to get up our supplies, and saves our transport animals. I like the looks of the farms here better than any I have seen. They are well supplied with water,and are surrounded by orange trees, plantains, and pine apples. I belicvethe latter never grow under a temuerature of SO degrees, but, as a gardener, I have never attempted to grow them. In Eagland they cost to grow about two guineas each, whereas Covent Garden will supply them at five or six shillings each. I see the big advance to Lydenberg is going on well. I hope it will do so, as we must get out of this country before the rains begin on October 20th, or we shall be driven out by fever. I fancy we shall eventually find our way to Pietersburg, about 80 miles off. Was it not real bad luck being at Winburg for nearly two months and never having a fight, yet the place was attacked about a fortnight after we ciine away What a number of mornings we stood to arms there from 4-30 to 5-30 or (j and all thrown away I have just heard that my other three companies are at Winbiirg so I hope they are in the fight. I came up to Pretoria with the 49th and they gave me the command of a provisional battalion of Yeomanry, consisting of the 49th, the 5th Wurwicks, the 63rd Wilts, and the 66th Yorks. So I am quite happy now I have something to do; rather too much to do sometimes. Grobelaar has just sent in to say that lie does not consider that we are acting according to the rules of civilised warfare in burning farms. This is rather amusing, coming from a man whose fellows break the Geneva Convention with a great many shots they fire. They shoot at us with expansive bullets, which make a peculiar sort of thud when they touch the ground. Not only have they hollow- nosed bullets, but they also cut the noses and gash the sides of the ordinary Mauser bullets. During the operations, we lost three officers and 19 men killed and wounded and missing, but ton of the missing have come in. We are tired of biscuit, on which we have been living for eighteen days, but otherwise we are all very fit. We are dirty, and our clothes anl boots are wearing out. I begin rather to doubt our seeing England by Clit-istit-iis. What will bring the whole thing to an end will be the capture of Kruger. Our men have done rematkabiy well, auel 1 am very pleased with them, but I shall always regret not having my own Denbighshire!* with tne. From what I can hear the Bo rs arc very short of food, especially coffee and "11ar."
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PRESTATYN. Can anyone say why the Flintshire police have openedacru.sadeaga.insb small country grocers for selling unweighei bread whilst grocers in a large way of business at such places as Rhyl do so with impunity? Will our representative on I the County Council ask why the law was enforced in the country and not iu the town ?—ATo/ a Baker. lit! SCHOOL BOARD.—A meeting of the School Board was fixed to be held on Wednesday after- noon, but at the hour appointed there was not a quorum. Mr Goronwy O Jones (chairman), Mr Peter Ellis, Mr John Hughes (clerk), put in an ap;ea ance, but no business could be transacted. It a? reported that since the Board had taken steps to prosecute parents for not sending their children to school, the attendance had greatly improved. It was decided to adj.,urn the meeting for a fortnight. SVLE OF WORK.—On Tuesday afternoon a Sale of Work was held at Edrnondsley Villa Meliden road, in aid of the Church Missionary Society. Miss Cox had charge of the arrangements. THE ELECTIO. -It has been decided that the poll will be taken at the Town Hall, and in anti- cipation of this the party agents have secured looms in the same building. Mr I J Scott repre. sents the Unionists and Mr John Hughes the Liberals. THE BRICKWORKS.—Much activity is being displayed at the brickworks, and this week the new kiln has been completed. It is anticipated that there will be a large output from the works in the future. < BILLIARD HANDICAP.—The Committee of the I Constitutional Club have arranged for a billiard 1 handicap, and there is a large entry. Play will J commence at once. THE NEW RADICAL CLur.The Radicals have at last found a home for their Association, and they have forsaken the upper room" which did service as a club for years. The Association has taken two large rooms in the Town Hall Buildings and have fitted them up in a very nice manner. One room will be devoted to billiard, and the other to newspapers, books, &c. By means of a moveable partition one room can be divided into two portions for committee meeting purposes. DEFRAUDING THE RAILWAY COMPANY.—At Holy- well Sessions William T Yale, a baker, working at Prcstatyn and living at Mold, was summoned for travelling without a ticket. Mr Fenna, who prose- cuted, pressed the case on account of the systema- tic fraud perperated by the defendant. From the evidence of the witnesses, it appeared that the defendant travelled on several occasions from Flint to Prestatyn, and that upon arrival lie represeuted that he had travelled from Mostyn, the next sta- tion to Prestatyn, and paid the excess fare. On one occasion defendant remarked to the station- master, "From Holywell," but upon going to the ticket-collector he said, From Mostyn," and only paid sixpence Inquiry was then made, and the Iraud of the defendant was discovered. Defendant admitted to Detective Weaver that he had travelled for about six weeks from Flint to Prestatyn and had only once paid full fare. The defendant did not appear, and was fined 30s., advocate's fee, and osts.
VOLUNTEER INTELLIGENCE. ABERCELE AND PRESTATYN SHOOTINC -COMPETITION. The distribution of prizes in the above competi- tion was held on Saturday evening at Abergele. The following is a list of the principal winners COED COCU CUP AND MEDAL—200 yards standing, and 500 and 600 yards any military position. Score. Sergeant Fraser 67 Sergeant Jones 62 Private E. Meshen 54 Lance-corporal Jenkins 54 Sergean t Glass 54 Private Rowlands 47 Private Whitehead 46 Corporal W. E. Jones 45 Lauce-corporal Jarvis 43 Private H Davies 'M 40 Private E D Evans 39 Colour-sergeant Williams 39 RECRUITS' COMPETITION*—200 yards standing. Private T D Thomas. 21 Private R Owen 19 Private E H NVilliams 17 Private G Hughes 16 Private A Davies 16 Private D C Pugh 15 Private W Jones 15 In the Volley Firing at 500 yards by sections, the first prize was won by No. 4 Section, 2nd by No. 5, and the 3rd by No. 3. The Attendance Prizes for trained men were awarded to Sergeant Glass, Sergeant Jones, and Private Uraser. The following recruits won similar prizes Private W Jones, Private 0 A Evans, and Bugler Evans. The following won prizes in the "Tradesmen's Goods" Competition.— Sergt Fraser, Sergt -Jones, Pte A Rowlands, Sergt W Glass, Pte W Jones, Sergt-Inst Bates, Pte R Owens, Pte T Whitehead, Lc Corp Jenkins, Pte E Mostyn, Pte E H Williams. Corp W E Jones, Pte G Hughes, PteH Davies, Pte R Jones, Cyclist S R Thomas, Pte E E Williams, Pte Gilliet, Lc- Corp Jarvis, Pte E D Evans, Pte D C Pugh, Corp H Davies, Pte J C Fraser, Colr-Sergt Williams, Sergt Davies, Ptes J Roberts, W Roberts, W G Williams, Thomas, R Jones, R Hughes, H Morris, J Griffiths, S Davies, 0 Evans, J Evans, 3 P Jones, W G Hughes, W Jones, E Hughes, R H Jones, Jone3, Hughes, Williams.
Comforts for the Welch Fusiliers at the Front. The following communication has been received at the Council Offices, and handed to Mrs Eyton Lloyd Krugersdorp, Transvaal, Sept. 6, 1900. Lieutenant-Colonel Sir R Colleton presents his compliments to the Mayor and Town Council of Rhyl, and begs to acknowledge with many thanks, on behalf of the officers, non-commissioned officers, and men of the 1st Regiment, Royal Welch Fusiliers, the very generous and welcome present of the town of Rhyl, which has only just arrived, or it would have been acknowledged earlier. The kindness of the people of Rhyl is greatly appre- ciated by the regiment." This is followed by a list of the things rec eived
MOSTYN. Among Llandudno Nonconformists much grati' fication is expressed at the fact that Lord Mostyn has decided to renew the lease of the Welsh Baptist Chapel without any payment. Most of the members of the Baptist community are Lord Mostyn's grouud tenants. This action on the part of Lord Mostyn will doubtless enhance the value of the property to the com- munity. We understand the monetary value of this gift is equivalent to about 9600.
LLANDULAS. SAD SUCIDE.—At the Westminster Coroner's Court, Mr John Troutbeck held an inquiry with reference to the death of James Buller Kitson, aged 30 years, a schoolmaster, of Arnold House, Llanddulas, who committed suicide at the Royal Palace Hotel, Kensington-gardens, on Thursday last. Mr Henry Gordon Walter, of 39 Hyde Park Gate, stated that the deceased, who was a friend of his, met him at Euston Station and asked him how he was. He said he was suffering ftom facial paralysis, and had been under treatment for it since May. He added that he had got very anxious about himself. They drove to the Royal Palace Hotel, and later on he dined with witness and his father and sister. He was undoubtedly very depressed, and they did their best to cheer him up. He said he had an appointment with a specialist the next morning, and witness saw him to his hotel and arranged to meet him at 9-50 a.m. to drive with him to the doctor's. On Friday morning, on going to his room, he found that he had cut his throat, and was lying dead an the floor. He was in his pyjamas, but had been to bed. Witness called the manager. Trie deceased had told him that paralysis would make life not worth living.—The Coroner read a letter from Dr Hings- tOTl, of Plymouth, who wrote saying that Mr Kitson had been under his care for some weeks. lie was in a highly nervou3 condition, aud hAd a constant fear of approaching paralysis and a consequently useless life. He was rather better again aud was able to return to his duties at the school. The "deceased wrote to the doctor, the letter continued, on September 23rd, to say that he did not feel fit for his work, and suggesting that he should return home. He was of opinion, Dr Kingston added, that his mind was unstrung by unnecessary anxicty.-The jury returned a verdict temporary insanity.
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ST. ASAPH. POLICE COURT.-At a special police court held on Monday, before Messrs Peter Roberts and T Howes Roberts, a labourer named Edward Evans, Penrhewl, was brought up ehargell with being drunk and disorderly on Saturday night. I'.C. A Roberts said he was called to the prisoner by the man's son, and on going to the house found him drunk and causing a disturbance. On being spoken to the prisoner threatened to knock his brains out with a pair of tong?. Subsequently the man went into the street, and as he persisted in his conduct he was locked up.—A fine of 5s and 7s 6d costs was imposed. — William John Tomlinson, a Militiaman, was brought up charged with desert- ing his wife and nine children, whereby they became chargeable to the St. Asaph Union. Mr J E Davies, Relieving Officer, gave evidence to the effect that prisoner had left his wife and family unprovided for. He had relieved them up to August last, when they received a grant from the Militia. The Bench decided to adjourn the case for a month in order to give the prisoner a chance of paying what is due to The guardians, and making arrangetuento for theluture care o his wife and family. J
RHYL GOLF CLUB. AUTUMM TOURNAMENT. The Autumn Tournament of the Rhyl Golf Club was held from the 25th to the 29th ult. The entries for all the events were numerous, and the meeting was a great success. The weather was very favourable and the links were in splendid condition owing to the Club being the sole tenants. There have been no Volunteer Encampments on the course this year. In the Scratch Tournament by holes there were 11 entries, and MrF J F Baines took the Pickop- Dutton Cup and first prize, beating Mr J R L Muspratt in the final. Mr T Birkett Barker took the first sweepstakes on handicap. Mr J Wild and Mr J Duncan Miller divided the second sweep- stakes. The Medal Handicap Competition drew together 17 competitors. The winner holds the "Piatt" Cup for the year and takes Mr W Evans' prize, value £ 3 3s. The principal scores were as follows Gross. H cap. iSett. lr T Birkett Barker 99 13 84 Mr J Wild 87 2 85 Mr J R L'Muspratt 95 8 87 Mr F J F'Baines 91 2 89 MrEPSalusbury 94 5 89 Mr UBCorbett 10S 18 90 lr H Neville Williams 104 14 90 Mr H F Bit ley 99 8 91 Mr B E Lawrence. 116 25 91 Mr S Russell ••• 117 25 92 Bogey Handicap, limited to one stroke a hole, the first prize being given by Mr C J Turner (value £ 3 3s). There were 21 entrie. The scores were as follows :—! Strokes. Mr H Neville Williams 11-1 up Mr S G Hooper • • • 6-3 dowD i Mr J Duncan Miller ••• 9-4 Mr S Russell 18-4 Mr B E Lawrence 18-4 Mr J R L Muspratt 6-4 Mr T Neal 10-4 Mr J Wild 2-5 Mr E P Salusbury 4-6 Mr U B Corbett 14-7 Mr H F Birley 6-7 Medal Handicap for Mr W Thomas' captain of the Club) prize, value 93 3s. There were 21 entries. The scores were as follows Gross. H'cap. Nett. Mr DF Pennant 106 22 84 Mr E A Neale 96 11 85 Mr S G Hooper 94 8 86 Mr B E Lawrence 114 25 89 Mr H Neville Williams 101 12 89 Mr W Evans 107 17 90 MrJRLMuspratt 100 8 92 Mr S Russell 118 25 93 Mr Joshua Davies. 112 16 96
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Her Sailor. The tide it ebbs and the tide it flows And the children play on the sand, As out o'er the waters the vessel goes Bound for a distant land. Whither away over the bay ? None fhay hinder or bid her stay. Watching her fade in the distance blue Stands a woman with wistful eyes, Love and life have proved sweet and true And her heart for her snilor cries, Sailing away over the bay In the lessening light of the summer's day. One look he gives (through the giass) at shore, One sigh for his love he heaves, He thinks of the happy days galore When they roamed through the nodding sheaves Looking away over the bay Where his gallant vessel at anchor lay. Dear home-wind" send him safely back To the tender heart at home, Tempests, keep from his homeward track Lash not the waves into foam, But waft him safely across the bay Back to his dear ones' arms for aye. MARIANNE LESTER.
Autumn Days. Tis sad to say the word farewell To the bright long summer day, To the sweet smell of the roses, The clover and the hay. Tis sad to see the flowerets fade, That with fragrance filled the air, The waving corn is also gone, 7 That made the earth so fair. The song of birds is no longer heard In the woods at break of day The Autumn's finger's chilly touch Is on the hill and lay. The waving trees are now so bare, But where the ivy leaves are twined No sound of music fills the air, Only the moaning of the wind. The dreary winter will surely come, After the happiest summer day And a snowy mantle will soon be seen Where the hawthorne bloomed in May. Where the stormy blast is icy cold, And dark the land and main, We know the One we love and trust Will bring the spring time back again. Oswestry. M. J.
NEWMARKET. Thanksgiving services for the harvest were held in the Parish Church on Wednesday, September 2oth, and were well attended. The English ser- vice was at 3 p.m. and Welsh at 7 p.m. The Rev. W. Jones, Rector of Brynford, was the preacher at both services, and his excellent discourses were much appreciated by the people. The fabric had been very neatly decorated for the occasion with flowers, fruit, and corn. Mr Alderman Ralli con- tributed some lovely flowers and garden produce; Miss Eman, eight loaves of bread and fruit Mrs Jones, Wynne's School, sent flowers Mrs Roberts Mostyn Arms, marrows and flowers Mr Carrol Golden Grove, flowers Mrs Parry Jones, Cop, ap- ples; Mr Leeson, Marian, and Mrs Parry, Marian, flowers; Mr William Jones, Tanyfynwent, flowers and the farmers most kindly supplied an abundance of corn.—The singing was very good throughout, and Mr Jones, Wynne's School, ably presided at the organ.
The Widow: "Do you think marriage is always a failure ?" Bullfinch; "Always a failure. Well, I should say not. Why, I know a case where the wife fairly idoiises her husband, and lie- why, he can't keep away from her a minute! The Widow: "Bless mel How long have they been married ?" Bullfinch: Nearly a week." "I hope, Alice," said Mrs, Bongton, the proud mother of the accomplished girl graduate, I' I hope that you addressed that French count in his native tongue. What did he say to you 111 reply ? J "Oh," replied Alice, "he apologised, and said he was sorry, but he understood nothing but French."
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