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! THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

E-X I T KRUGERII

I AFRAID OF THE BURGHERS.I

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AFRAID OF THE BURGHERS. Lourenco Marques, Oct. 19. The reason given for Mr. Kruger's early em- barkation is that he feared that the Boers here would attack him. The feeling among the Boer refugees against the ex-President for fleeing the country is very strong. Mr. Kruger left the Governor's house at five o'clock this morning in a hired carriage, accompanied by Dr. Iloymann. The Governor followed in a private carriage, and the party drove through the Custom House and embarked at the Custom House pier, instead of at the regular passenger jetty. It is expected that the Gelderland will sail to-morrow. A re- ception was held on board the Gelderland at three in the afternoon. No British officers were invited.

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"B.P.'S" ADVICE TO BOYS. —

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PULFORD.

- FLINT.

CHRISTLETON,

. FRODSHAM.

HELSBY.

ROSSETT.

. ASHTON HAYES.

GREAT BUTTON.

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