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DELAREY AND DE WET.

REPORTS OF DE WET.

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REPORTS OF DE WET. STEADILY DRIVEN BY ELLIOTT. tboughtth18/^0^6'3 t0 b8movir'g Southland it is Cane Pni t!May attemPt ^reak through i,o that General'Elliot!51" Wolve^oek ifc ia announced a lar J ? !r 58 Pur8u,nS De Wet, who has main^r t^S 1?e,ng eteadi|y driven towards i1??" Ear,y on Wednesday morning H'«ron See»Pged him 20 miles South of of the engage^6ne™Z heavi,y" No detaila B Ifement have yet been received. BOHKS- ATTBarr8 i-uiLEU. in th^SL^f Tl heai"d 6arly 0a Thursday Wednpaio« ■ l SP'tzkoP--About 50 Boers on blockhona D1u attempted to cross the line of blockhouses between Heilbron and Frankfort, enemv JL ^oc^bouses in succession. The under T nrriVen ba°k everywhere. A coin rati, u,a„ 1 °* lethuen, has made a successful night march, covering 40 miles, and surprising a portion of Van er Merve's Commando. Seven Rebels were captured.

BOER GENERAL KILLED.

BOTRA'S NARROW ESCAPE. ---

LOG ALOASUAL TIES.

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AGRICULTURAL CO-OPERATTON.

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