THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA
CASUALTIES HIGH BUT SLIGHT. (Rec. May 5, 0.25 a.m.) Cape Town, May 4. Official.—General Botha's forces lave occupied Oijimbinghe, 60 miles northwest of Windhoek. • Twenty-seven Germans, including an 'officer, were captured. Caps Town, May IThe casualties at Gilii'on include the death of Major Watt, brother of tho State Minister for. AYorks.
A BRAVE MAN'S DEATH HERO OF ARMENIA. (Rec. May 5, 0.25 a.m. London, May 4. Colonel Doughty-Wylie, whose courage saved a hundred lives during the Armenian massacre at Adaga, was killed in action at the Dardanelles on Friday.
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THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA, Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2453, 5 May 1915
THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA Dominion, Volume 8, Issue 2453, 5 May 1915
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