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----THE WAR.

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WEDNESDAY. j CAPE INVASION. BOERS PUSHING STEADILY SOUTH. MORE CAPTURES. A TRAIN 'HELD UP' AND BURNED. 60 COLONIALS TAKEN PRISONERS. KNOX AND DE WET. BRITISH SUCCESSES. The following despatch from Lord Kitchener was issued by the War Officer yesterday Pretoria, Monday. I hear from C. Knox, who is following up Da Wet, that he had captured some horses and five waggons of supplies, with 6,000 rounds of small arms ammunition. He has releltsedandalIowed togoto their farms 76 Boer prisoners taken from De Wet's laager, who were being forced to fight. French recently captured twelve prisoners and a large quantity of carts and cattle. Among the prisoners was a despatch-rider from Beyers, with a letter for Smutts. Capetown, Monday. General Knox occupied Senekal after an engagement. A waggon with ammunition, belonging to Haasbrok'S commando, exploded at Senekal, killing four men and wounding Haasbrok's daughter. At Jagersfontein the British captured a thousand horses. Previous to the occupation of Ventersdorp, Commandant Beyers, with 2,000 men and five guns, retired on the approach of General French to Lichtenburg, and Southwaite was driven from the position. A despatch rider from Beyers to 8.)Uts was captured, as also I were two ammunition waggons and a large quantity of stock and trek oxen.—Press Assoc. iation War Special.

! THE BOER INVASION.

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WOMENS' CHAT.

COLONIAL PENNY POSTAGE.

FRANCE AND RUSSIA.

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