THE RISING IN INDIA.
RAILWAY LINES BLOCKED.
CAMELS AND MULES DYING.
(Per Press Association.—Copyright.]
CALCUTTA, September 15. Reports from Simla state that the force despatched by the Indian Government to the north-western frontier to cope with the tribesmen in the revolt now number 59,000 men and ninety guns. The railway lines from Merut to Peshawar are blocked. Trains laden with camels and mules, which are urgently needed at the front, have been for several days awaiting engines. Many of the animals are dying.
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THE RISING IN INDIA., Evening Star, Issue 10421, 16 September 1897
THE RISING IN INDIA. Evening Star, Issue 10421, 16 September 1897
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