WELLINGTON, October 18. Troopers Hazlett, Freeman, and Grieve, of the Otago Hussars, return home'by the Te Anau, leaving this afternoon. The feeling in volunteer circles is that Major Sommerville was very indiscreet in his comments re the crack English cavalry, considering the handsome treatment theße extended to the colonials during their visit to England. The men are equally concerned over the major's declaration that the Home men never salute officers at the firing point. They say; the 'statement, is simply ridiculous, and conveys a gratuitous insult. . ... ~.'.■.. .. ..' . »
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SPECIAL TELEGRAM., Evening Star, Issue 10447, 18 October 1897
SPECIAL TELEGRAM. Evening Star, Issue 10447, 18 October 1897
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