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LORD ROBERTS AT MODDER RIVER.

NEW APPOINTMENTS IN LORD ROBERTS'S…

BRILLIANT WORK BY GENERAL…

GENERAL BULLER'S RETIREMENT.

POSITION IN NATAL.

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OUR FORCE IN SOUTH AFRICA.I

BOER ACCOUNT OF MAGERS-FONTEIN.

WESLEYANIS AT THE CAPE.

LETTER FROM TIIE FRONT.

A POOLONIAN AT THE FROXT.

OSWESTRY.

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LLANFECHAIN.

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COMFORTS FOR THE FRONT AND…

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COMFORTS FOR THE FRONT AND FOR THE WOUNDED. Dear Sir,—With your kind permir-doia, I should like to give a short account of my stewardship. I have sent, away nearly- 2 tons weight of comforts for Jack in the front 5.000 pairs of socks, 8 cwt of tobacco, 500 pipe, 500 Tarn o' shunters, Helmets and comforters, 2 reams cf letter paper and envel- opes, 1,000 indelible pencils, 2 cross 0' pocket handkerchiefs. To the wounded in Hospitals— Wynberg, Pietermaritzoerg, De Aar and Durbar;- I have sent pillows; shirts, tobacco, cigarettes. 1 received a teiegriiiii from the Naval Brigade at Durban thanking me warmly for every tlr'r.g," spec- ially the Bn,ccyr." I am sending out- every week by the Union Line. For the Hospitale I w::ur, tn'dows. warm slippers, Eau de Coiogne, sponges, cornbs, meat esseuces, chocolate, night 8hin", (flannel), pyjamas, warm vests, ni^iitengales, cigarettes, pipes ,iteng g.Lrettes, and tobacco, and money with which to buv otiier things. I am in direct communication wiih the heads of the hospitals. For the froll t I want socks tams, helmets, flannel shirts, cholera, belts, writ-lag paper, envelopes, chocolate, handkerchiefs, white or with only a line of colour, as they ave used for bandages on the battlefield; soap, a .I bootlaces (medium length), indelible pencils, tobacco, cigarettes, or sometimes, best of all, money to buy needfuls. I need not say tha: laci i;, direct communication with the commanding an < other officers of the Naval Brigade, and with the vneu. I do not think that overlapping need he fesi-p-d. tobacco is smoked, socks wear out very rapidly, chocolate is eaten, writing paper used, 1 send prin- cipally to the Blue Jackets, and Roya! Marines,and then to "Tommy Atkins," whether British' OT Colonial, and I will gladly send to any regiment not so much Ü. luck's way as the others, if the name and address of the C[J!lllIIHJdi!:g officer js forwarded to n. e. Please send goode or money to Miss Weston, Royal Sailors' lle?t, Portsmouth." Cheques cau be crossed "National Provincial Bank," or paid to Royal Sailor's best c e, National Provincial, Bank, Laudpnrt., Portsmouth." All money and goods are duly acknowledged. Thanking renders for past help, and asking for more.—Very truly yours, AGNES E Wj

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