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I THE WAR.

THE ATTACK ON T -T i

METKUEN'S WOUKDED CHARGER.!

.A TERRIBLE STORY. j

BOERS ILL-TREATED.

DEPARTURE OF OSWESTRY VOLUNTEERS.

WHAT KHAMA IS DOING. j

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WHAT KHAMA IS DOING. j Tho Chief Khnrna, who was in England a few )' years ago, is well- known and much respected iu this country. Cape Time: writing about his con- duct during the present hostilities, say :Kha,,)io. I is behaving splendidly, and is the only chief the Protectorate who is not afraid of the Boers. He has about 1,200 armed men on his border patrci!- f ing and doing intelligence work, and net a Boer dare show his face on the border. There was a scare hero last week, and all the women wore anxious to get off to Bulawayo at once, but ho quieted them down and re-established order. Khama heard of it, and was quite insulted, saying he had had the English in his town many 3 •?&»•••, and had always looked after them well, ar.d he hoped tho women would not go away now, a? no Boer would ever touch them as long as he or a jy of the men were left alive." KImma, it may added, quite despises the Southern Protectorate natives tor doing nothing to help the English after enjoy- ing their pioieetiou for so many years.

^^ IWELSHPOOL TOWN COUNCIL.

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.A TERRIBLE STORY. j