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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.

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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REVIEWS. Cabell's Magazine for January contains amongst other interesting matter an article on The Scene of Action All about the Boers," which well describes the scene of the present war, of which several illustrations are also given. Many interest- ing reminiscences are also given in an article on Famous Regiments." Little Folks for January has several most amusing little tales, and must prove most interesting to the little ones who are privileged to see it. We have received for review from Messrs Raphael Tuck ani Sons, Ltd., a s:amped and signed Britannia" Remarque Proof of the Photogravnre Sons of the Empire." The picture depicts four typical representatives of English, Scotch, Irish, and Welsh Regiments, of whom an officer of the Guards, holding aloft the Union Jack, occupies the centre. Ranged round in its defence, with weapons "at the ready," are stern stalwart men representing the various contingents contributed by the different Colonies to the fighting forces in South Africa, the other branches of the Imperial Service, Artillery, Engineers, and Infantry being separately repre- sented, while the Blue Jackets and Marines also occupy a deserved position, the whole forming a group which, in its picturegqneness, its power, and its concentrated force, well typifies the vastness and solidarity of the Empire. Reproduced in high- class photogravure Messrs Tuck have decided to issue this beautiful work of art at the price of 5:1, relying entirely upon an unprecedented popular demand throughout the whole of the Empire, for realisation of a handsome addition to the Transvaal Fund to which the first year's profits will be devoted. A limited number of double and single Remarque Proofs and Artist's Proofs, on India, each one stamped and numbered, will be issued. Copies may be obtained direct or from local fine art dealern or stationers.

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