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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.

WAR T

LOCAL CASUALTIES.

HONOURS FOR SHROPSHIRE.

THE INTERVENTION QUESTION.

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THE INTERVENTION QUESTION. AN AMERICAN OPINION. As long as Germany refuses to give liberty to the Poles, who are its subjects, as long as the Dutch are fighting to suppress the freedom of the native inhabitants of Java, and as long as the United States are denying the rights of self-government to the Filipinos, why are civilized nations called upon to intervene in behalf of the Boers, who are resist- ing the advances of British supremacy in South Africa, ? Every nation from which the Boers should expect sympathy, intervention and material aid. is fighting to finally conquer and "assimilate" a nation or people seeking independence. How could Presi- dent Roosevelt utcer that one word mentioned by Bourke Cochian as long as United States troops are in the field to defeat the efforts of the Filipinos for independence ?—Chicago Chronicle, Deo 12th.

COMING CHANGES AT COURT,

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MERIONETHSHIRE AGRICULTURAL…

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THE COMING CORONATION.

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