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CAPE TOWN, January 3. (Received January 4, at 8.20 a.m.) Commandant Jack Rjenaar has been cap- ! turcd near Lobasi, in Rechuanaland. ■ LONSDALE'S SENTENCE. AMERICAN GOOD OFFICES. | LONDON, January 3. j (Received January 4. at 9.5 a.m.) | The American Ambassador in Lorlin has- ! promised to 'Io everything possible. to : secure the reprieve of Lonsdale, a prisoner '; in Germany, who was sentenced to death for striking a guard. j POPE AND KAISER I ON ENOHANGH OF PRISONERS. j BERLIN, January 3. j (Received January 4, at 9 a.m.) j The Pope telegraphed lo the- Kaiser beI seeching' him to exchange prisoners milii tarily unfit for service. 'The Kaiser re- [ plied that the, Pope's desires accorded with l his own. I 'THE BELGIAN PRIMATE. CARDINAL MERCIER'S ADVICE TO FELLOW-COUNTRYMEN. AMSTERDAM, January 3. (Received January 4, at 8.40 a.m.) ! Cardinal Mercier. in a pastoral letter | to the occupied provinces of Belgium still 1 uneonquered, says the Belgians owe. allctrii ance to King Albert only, but ho appeals j to tho citizens not to commit hostile acts j against tho Germans. j OVERTAXED HOLLAND NEEDS ALL HER SUPPLIES, AMSTERDAM, January 3. (Received January 4, at 9 a.m.) The export of bread and poultry from Holkmd has been prohibited by the military authorities, but power has been roi tained to permit the, export of limited I quantities of bread destined to supply ■ the population in the vicinity of the fronj tier it they are unable to obtain supplies.

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SOUTH AFRICAN REBELLION., Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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SOUTH AFRICAN REBELLION. Issue 15691, 4 January 1915

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