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OPERATIONS OF THE COLUMNS. DESPATCH FROM KITCHENER. DELAREY'S LOSSES. Lord Kitchener telegraphs that the total cap- tures for the week are 19 Boers killed, f wounded, 802 prisoners, 9 surrenders, and a quantity of stock No further news from Ookiep. Enemy all with- drew towards Langburg. Bruce Hamilton's columns moved north again from the Lindley Line, in conj unction with Elliot and Barker, on the 9th May, capturing 27 prisoners. Colenbrander, continuing operations about Dylkop and Molipspoort, had added 70 more prisoners to those already reported. Ian Hamilton's columns, after clearing the area east of Hart's River, formed a line and moved west on the 7th May, in conjunction with Colonel Rochfort, from Bloemhof. All arrived yesterday on the western railway with 357 prisoners and practically all the wagons and stock of the com- mandos in this district. This makes a total reduction in Delarey s forces of 860 men since his successful attack on Major Paris's column two months ago.

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