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LATEST NEWS. COURANT Office, Tuesday Evening. THIS DAY'S TELEGRAMS. THE PRICE OF FLOUR. Flour has advanced 2s. to 3s. per sack during the week in Glasgow and Edinburgh. PREPARED FOR THE TRIBESMEN. A Times Simla telegram states that General Ellis is fully prepared to deal with the tribes- men to-day. GIRL'S SHOCKING DEATH. A girl named Alice Gillespie, aged 11 years, daughter of a Newcastle commercial traveller, was playing last night on the Table Rocks at Whitley, near North Shields, when she fell over the cliffs, and was killed. PRIZE FIGHT IN WALES. FATAL TERMINATION. Samuel Mandry and Ivor Thomas, both about 20 years of age, fought last night in a boxing booth in the Pandy field, Rhondda, for JE5. Thirteen rounds were fought under Queensberry Rules. Mandry, who was severely punished, died this morning. NEW COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF. The battleship Renown reached Portsmouth to-day from Plymouth, and Vice-Admiral Sir John Fisher hoisted his flag on her, as the new Commander-in-Chief on the North American and West Indies Station. HONOUR FOR MR. BALFOUR. Miss Jessie Mackie, of Dumfries, and Mr. Arthur Balfour, were to-day made burgesses of Dumfries. Miss Mackie is the first lady in Scotland to receive the dis- tinction. It was recorded that the freedom was granted to Mr. Balfour in apprecia- tion of his statesmanship and eminence in literature and learning. THE INDIAN REBELLION. DISQUIETING NEWS. FORT HARD PRESSED. Despatches from the Indian frontier indicate renewed activity on the part of the Afridis, and state that while one body was advancing through the Khyber Pass, others had attacked Ali Musjid and Fort Maude. The Ameer of Afghanistan is reported to have written to the Government of India, denying responsibility for the risings. Colonel Lamb, who was wounded in the recent fighting, succumbed on Monday. The Press Association states that the India Office has received further disquieting tele- grams regarding the frontier troubles. Although the more favourable situation reported in the Malak and district continues the news from Peshawar is less reassuring, and the British force has had to abandon two. forts in the district after being hard pressed In a telegram, dated August 23rd, the Viceroy says:—" Peshawar Fort, Maude, held by the Kyber Rifles is hard pressed." Telegraphing to-day the Viceroy states :—" K Battery, Royal Horse Artillery, opened fire at 3,200 yards the enemy at once retired. Fort Mande was seen in flames. The garrisons of Fort Maude and Jehangerd retired under the covering fire of the artillery. Our casualties, three Kyber Rifles killed. Enemy's loss unknown." Respecting Malakland the Viceroy states that the General commanding Malakland reports: "August 22nd. Seven hundred firearms surrendered. Guts and Vaad Fakir aresaicl to have fled to Mahbaq."

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