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" COUNTY TIMES" SHILLING WAR…

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POET BECOMES VIOLENT.

B U L L E K ADVANCING.I

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TUGELA DIFFICULTIES SURMOUNTED.

GENERAL BULLER'S ADVANCE ALL…

BULLER'S MOVEMENTS.

WITH FRENCH'S COLUMN.

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WITH FRENCH'S COLUMN. AN AUSTRALIAN PATROL TRAPPED. RENSBCRG, Wednesday. A patrol of the New South Wales Lancers, con- sisting of nineteen men, had an unpleasant experi- ence yesrerday afternoon. They had been scouting in the neighbourhood of Nerval's Farm and were returning to camp when a party of 60 Boers sought to cut them i ff. The Lancers immediately made for an aajacent, kopje, intending to hold it against the enemy utitii they were relieved. It was a hard between them and the mounted Boers. When they reached the kopje, however, they found that an- other party of Boers were in possession of it, and the Australians were thus between two fires. The enemy proceeded to shoot the Lancers' horses, though three men managed to break through and having good mounts reached camp in safety. Of the remaining sixteen, two were killed and fourteen taken prisoners. telX MORE MEN RETURN. RKNSBURG, Wednesday, (later).—Six more Australians have returned to camp. One of them, who had hB horse shot, lay hidden until the enemy retiree, and then made good his escape. The re- mainder are prisoners.

THE MODDER RIVER RECONNAISSANCE.

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THE LADYSMITH FIGHTING.

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