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LION CHARGES A .TRENCH. I-.-.-

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LION CHARGES A TRENCH. NEW SORT OF AFRICAN WARFARE. Reuters Agency has received from Central Africa an account of a Unrilling incident that occur red in November, when a number of lions visited the treaiiohes at a British j"t on the German East Afric.a frontier. Oil November 1 lions appeared on the scene, and with great darjr.g, got into kraal containing a number of animals for food for the 'garrison which was very near to one of the British pickets, and killed 40 sheep and goats. Next evening a gun was set, and at 7 o'clock th- lions again a,p- peared. The b-l want, off and a fuii-gmwn cUib was found dead, but there was no sign of any more animals. Aigain the gun was charged, although it was not thought that the lions would venture to return the same meht. LIONELS BEATS A RITTRKAT. On the following night, a trap having been out and ^iveivd ui, a number of officer, wauched in the trenches. Three quarter. of an Jioeir later a shot rang out. but as nothing happened the party remained on the watch until aft&T midnight. Next morning a fine big iiouess was found n?t 50 yards away- It seems that one of the officers in the trenches had thought, he sa^\ h lion and fired, whereupon the animal sprang for- wo-i-d and lai-idoci on ton of tho trenoli itself. Luckily, this was strong, and ss nothing more was heard it wae believed that, in the darkness, the animal had r-nafie ,fF. =-r-- I

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