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THE WAR.

DE WET'S ATTACK.

FIRM.AN'S MISHAP.

SUCCESS OF COLUMNS. ,

DU MOULIN'S SURPRISE.

THE COLUMNS' REPORT -

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THE COLUMNS' REPORT ESTIMATE OF DE WET'S LOSSES. WEDNESDAY. Lord Kitchener in a, despatch of Monday's date ffrom Johannesburg, states that since the 23rd of JDecember the columns report 35 Boers killed, five ,,D wounded, 237 prisoners, and 51 surrenders. In ;additioa some ammunition, rifles, horses, waggons, ;and cattle were captured. These figures, Lord Kitchener states, do not include General De Wet's losses in the attacks on General Dartnell's column :-at Tafelkop and Colonel Firman's camp at Twee- fontein, which, he says, are reliably estimated at 30 killed and 50 wounded. De Wet's men are still in and to the south of the Langberg. Smaller com- mandos are in the neighbourhood of Reitz, and columns are now moving on that town to deal with the situation. Some small affairs, in each of which a few prisoners were taken, are reported in the Transvaal and the Orange River Colony. General French reports that his columns continue to make satisfactory progress in Cape Colony.

THE BOER LOSSES.

AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT.

WAR T

LOCAL CASUALTIES.

HONOURS FOR SHROPSHIRE.

THE INTERVENTION QUESTION.

COMING CHANGES AT COURT,

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MERIONETHSHIRE AGRICULTURAL…

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THE COMING CORONATION.

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