THE INDIAN FRONTIER.
[Per Press Association.—Copyright.] CALCUTTA. November 16. General Lockhart is paying tho subrmtting tribes for supplying forage to the British. ■■".••■ * The MalidinKhels are-selling grain to the British forces. The spokesman declares it to be the general desire of the tribesmen to accept the terms of peace. He is afraid, however, that they will not give up their serviceable rifles. The Afridis connected with the government have always' been opposed to fighting, but the young bloods of the tribesmen are eager for it.
The Madda Khels have submitted unconditionally.
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THE INDIAN FRONTIER., Evening Star, Issue 10473, 17 November 1897
THE INDIAN FRONTIER. Evening Star, Issue 10473, 17 November 1897
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