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WAR WITH THE TRANSVAAL.

THE KIMBERLEY RELIEF COLUMN.

ATTACKED BY THE BOERS.

A SHARP ENGAGEMENT.

THE ENEMY DEFEATED.

THE SITUATION IN NATAL.

REINFORCEMENTS REACH

ESTOOURT.

BRITISH ADVANCE ON COLENSO.

DISLOYAL CAPE SETTLERS.

'ARMED RECRUITS f\)R THE BOERS.

THE NICHOLSON'S NEK DISASTER.

TJated Press Association.—By Electrio

Telegraph—Copyright.

CAPETOWN, November 26.

Lord Metfbuen remonstrated with the Boer Commander for his treachery in displaying a> white flag, and using dum-dum bullets in tie battle of Belmont.

ReioimaisEflflceßr hate *"*aaled two strong B<W CTetStoßueidofy.' with' , the highlands, but none south of the Modder river. A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT

Mr E. F. Knight, tine "Morning Post*" special correspondent, was wounded by a dum-dum bullet at the battle of Belmont.

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WAR WITH THE TRANSVAAL., Press, Volume LVI, Issue 10514, 28 November 1899

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WAR WITH THE TRANSVAAL. Press, Volume LVI, Issue 10514, 28 November 1899

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