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" COUNTY TIMES" SHILLING WAR…

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POET BECOMES VIOLENT.

B U L L E K ADVANCING.I

IM T E EI A L V0 LUNT E ERS.

TUGELA DIFFICULTIES SURMOUNTED.

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TUGELA DIFFICULTIES SUR- MOUNTED. THE TUGELA CROSSED. WARnE; TURNING THE ENEMY'S FLANK. The following the text of the telegram issued by the War Otlice — From Lord Roberts to the Secretary of State for War.—Capetown, 18th Janu- ary.— I have received a telegram from Buller stating that one brigade and Howitzer Battery has crossed the Tugela lliver at Potgieter's Drift. Five miles further west at Frichard's Drift, Warren has thrown a pontoon over the river. By this a part of his force crossed yesterday, and the remainder is expected by this morning to be on the north bank. Warred hopes thai he will be able to turn the enemy's position, which, five miles off to his right fro.^t, is being strongly entrenched.

GENERAL BULLER'S ADVANCE ALL…

BULLER'S MOVEMENTS.

WITH FRENCH'S COLUMN.

THE MODDER RIVER RECONNAISSANCE.

A CRITICAL MOMENT.

THE LADYSMITH FIGHTING.

LETTER FROM A BERRIEW MAN.

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