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BEYERS'S LAST MOMENTS

" IK KAN NIK SWK'M NIK." Til,- following lepovt was olbciaily communicct'd to the. South Afiicau .l'ie» hy ilic Dei'.' Itea-dop-.aitci.- i niiecliou „.;,!, ,!,,. <!,.;,tli of the rebel Meyer,; Ti u . | )M |y o<' CeiH'nvl Heyer-. was 10-da-y recovered 'a.nd identified. A oa.reml examination ley a. medical olhc.-r revealed the f IU ., i|,;i t teen- wete iv! wounds on the Inidv. and that death v, as dm- oV-wmim. TI,C .online.- .-. I'ui ler -rpuvt of Ihe ee-o-ofcmcii; " i:i>-h was leoeived after tie- »■. of tiem-r.i! IKyei.-'s d-ea'.h had b.-cn communicated to the IV-e.-s.. hut lv-!o,e ne'.vs had lv-"u received a.- te the leeuveiy of the hodv. ComiiMieiani. Van lie-nslnnv. in makim/thi- fuller report-, oh scribes fe.t nftci' licvei-:-. and I'iolei-e bad dashed into ti,,. nver «ei hoMeliach. heen s-eparat d f,,.>ni their iioi-e,. and aliempied to utun, to til- p.fi hank, I'Seyeis, when al>,nl 30 yards from tim shore, calico out for help.' savine : '• Ik lean nic in, er uie " I. ~,,, dole-). One ••> Captain Kys's met. lieiive.-l hint on tie- hank .-.honied to ask vln.-I.lier he was wounded, and Beyer- io. pli.d : " Ik kan ill- s«'cii nic, die his es iusseii niipi heene " d i an't- swim ; this m'eai I'teM i- haiuiicring my leu,--,,. Tie l <p|ite imnn.-sihle to leM'i'.'- anv a'sisiaie'e ;l ,id boll,' r.eye'-s and I'l.tersv'disappear d

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BEYERS'S LAST MOMENTS, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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BEYERS'S LAST MOMENTS Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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