THE INDIAN FRONTIER.
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LONDON, October 12. At the Parnell Convention, which is being held in Dublin, the gathering cheered the Indian frontier rebels. CALCUTTA, October 12. Advices have been received that the telegraph line' connecting Jamrud with Peshawar has been out by the rebellious tribesmen. News received from the north-west Indian frontier states that the Mohmands who submitted to the British troops are surrendering the Martini rifles which were captured, and are also placing pickets round the British camp for the purpose of preventing attacks by tribesmen led by the fanatical mollahs." General Lockhart, in command of the punitive expedition, has arrived at Samana Pass. I t CALCUTTA. October 13. Tribesmen are congregating in the Khauki Valley and at Sempagha Pass. They threaten to attack the Shinwaris, who are friendly to the British.
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THE INDIAN FRONTIER., Evening Star, Issue 10444, 14 October 1897
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