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THE WAR.

DE WET'S ATTACK.

FIRM.AN'S MISHAP.

SUCCESS OF COLUMNS. ,

DU MOULIN'S SURPRISE.

THE COLUMNS' REPORT -

THE BOER LOSSES.

AUSTRALIAN CONTINGENT.

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WAR T- A Woolwich corresr gay3 amongst military men I is ceggatjon 0f hostilities in Xfrica f,Ci000 British troops will be oca e qv?,\isvaal and the Orange River Uolonv The W' K' 'has called for returns showin th r Office has called for returns showing f0y. n of ei-soldiers employed in the police 'throughout the country. Lottie interesting experiments have been made at the musketry ranges outside Christiania to test the 'qualitres 'of anow for hastily improvised protective works gainst rifle fire. In the result it is held to tote Bstablished (bays the Pall Mall Gazette) that a brt artwork of snow six feet thick, even when not pressed, is quite impenetrable to theKrag-Jorgensen rifle bullet at 45 yards, although this weapon has a very high initial velocity. No one is now allowed to land in South Africa without a. permit. This must be applied for at the Permit Office, 39, Victoria Street, London, S.W. The applicant must possess £100, or prove that he is in a position to maintain himself in South Africa. Applicants living within 50 miles of London must apply in person. These permits are no gurantee that the holders will be allowed to proceed inland. Only J efugees government employees, and persons engaged in a service of a public nature will be permitted to proceed to the Transvaal. Candidates for the new South African Constabulary in the Transvaal, and the Orange River Colony should apply to the Recruiting Officer, S.A.C. Recruiting Office, King's Court, Broadway, Westminister, S.W.; they must be good riders, good shots, single, strictly sober, and from 20 to 35 years of age: they will be given free passages to South Africa. Farriers also are wanted for this Force.

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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