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IChitrai Expedition.i

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I Chitrai Expedition. DETAILS OF THE NATIVE PLOT. Dia, Monday.—Lieutenant Gardon, who has so often been killed by native reports, has come down from Chitrai and joined General Gatacre north of Kah Drosh. He has resumtd his duties as political officer. It has transpired that Sher Afzul has given his version of the circumstances which led to his joining in the attack upon Chitrai. He says that he left Cabul owing to a summons from Umra Khan. He conferred with the Pathan chief, and it was finally agreed that in the event of their attack upon the British garrison at Chitrai being successful Sher Afzul should have the Mehtarship, while Unira Khan •fstiouid take the rifles, ammunition, and had been delivered into their bauds. They could not conceive that any expedition could arrive ill time to rt-n-ler aid. The narrative of Sher Afzul has cleared up many points hitherto obscure lelating to the alliance between these chiefs. The report that the boxes of Martiui-Hcnry ammunition found stored at Dir was never issued from the Indian Government store is entirely premature. It is conjectured that much of this ammunition came down the valley 40 days ago, which points to its being a portion of the supply captuied when Lieutenants Rossaud Fowler were overpowered. Nevertheless, there is an uneasy impression tnai an illicit trade in arms prevails upon the frontier, to which the authorities have not yet obtained the clue. Rifles are stolen yearly by dating natives from hillside stations, and occasionally » deserter will take such arms as he can gather and jom a native chief, but these causes alone would not account for the arms and ammunition in the enemy's havidg.-Centi-al News.

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