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(Per Keider's Agency.) An Imaginary Torpedo. London, Jan. 5. An official denial has been given -to the report circulated yesterday that a torpedo had been found under the bow of H.M.s. Lord Warden, in the Firth of Forth. Attempt to Brum Down the Liverpool Dock Buildings. A fire broke out at the Liverpool Dpcks to-day, but it was extinguished before any harm was done. It has transpired that the fire was caused by an incendiary, who had used petroleum, with the evident intention of completely destroying the docks. - The Bpers —More Indian : Troops fcMre • . sent •-■y ! " ‘Hu-iK-’S. Town, Jan. 4. Newg'has been received from Durbtia, tha£ a considerable • body of Boers; ana inarched some distance border. They came up with aT3eiMhm£ntsf British troops, and oppb£j*Qpits advice to the Transvaal. It is .'hb|lknowh any fighting occurfepj. ; ; - Bomb-Ay, Jan. 4. The military authorities have received orders to despatch further reinforcements of Indian troops to Natal.
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