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IN SOUTH AFRICA.

PUNISHING THE REBELS

OAPH TOWN, December 6.

(Received December 7, at 8.45 a.m.)

The Union Government are confiscating the farm-stock and effects of the rebels. They are ako considering tho inauguration of concentration camps for the dopendents of rebels now in the field or already captured, owing to the hardships the women and children may suffer.

DE WETS FATE

SPECULATION IN CAPE TOWN

(London' Times' and Sydney ' Sun' Services.)

LONDON, December 6. There is much discussion in Capo Town over the ultimate fat* of Do Wet, because the Free State rebellion was duo to his prestige. As long as martial law is operative he is liable to the death penalty, but the general opinion is that England and the South African Union are unlikely to exact the supreme penalty for political reasons.

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IN SOUTH AFRICA., Evening Star, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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IN SOUTH AFRICA. Evening Star, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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