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NEW BOER GUNS..THREATENING COMMUNICATIONS.

NEW BOER GUNS..THREATENING COMMUNICATIONS.

NEW BOER GUNS. THREATENING COMMUNICATIONS. [reuter's special service.] MODDER RIVER, Dec. 27. About three o'clock this afternoon the Boers opened fire with two guns, apparently disappear- ing. They directed their fire, which was accurate, at our naval guns. Our 12-pounders replie
01 January 1900 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PROMOTIONS IN TEE NAVY.

PROMOTIONS IN TEE NAVY.

m We have received from the Secretary of tha j Admiralty tho following list of promotions in S Koyal .Navy : [ ! Commanders to Captains. -Morris H. Smyth, George ; H. Hewett, Edmond J. W. Slade, Sackville H.Carden. ' Richard B. Farquhar, Thomas B. S. Adair. Lewis Bayly and Frede
01 January 1900 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LIVING UNDER DIFFI- CULTIES.

LIVING UNDER DIFFI- CULTIES.

Shells by Night and Day. [THOM OUR WAR CORRESPONDENT.) w. tax* receixoA i»« follow !•«« '™" Lvxxch. .1.0 » no. . pnxoMx •> Pre “"*' ,nU<M.xxl»nl.o™inl"l!™l '- * I«ADYBMrrH, StnKtay. No*, We .ere d.nner u. ouw> „x« o’clock, -hen « h~'< l * “’T"’ drop the the W.T., tete for the Bo
01 January 1900 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
CROSS-COUNTRY RUNS.

CROSS-COUNTRY RUNS.

Salford journeyed to Lancaster on Saturday, where combined run was held with the Skerton and Dalton H. (the Junior champions). Fifty five runners turned out, viz., 33 of nine of Skerton, and 13 of Dalton. Trail was laid over five miles country, and the order of finishing was:—l,
01 January 1900 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
•jn Eat royal. DAILY*. At 2 o'clock 7. DAILY. The great Puntominn tr m Drurv-lane, THE FORTY THIEVES. THE SCENERY

•jn Eat royal. DAILY*. At 2 o'clock 7. DAILY. The great Puntominn tr m Drurv-lane, THE FORTY THIEVES. THE SCENERY

A STJCoE . THE DRESSES .'ESS. THE . SUCCESS. THE S "OMIME A SUCCESS. To-day, 2. THE FOETY IEVES. To-night, at 7. RINC E ' S R E . TO-DAY at 2, T~NfGHT at 7. CINDEJ 'LA. The Press of Manchester unarn-iionslv vote this Pantomime THE GREATEST SUCCESS OF THE SEASON, and one which SU
01 January 1900 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Keep the Scaip Clean and save your hair with warm shampoos ot Cuticttra Soap followed by light dressing with pure

Keep the Scaip Clean and save your hair with warm shampoos ot Cuticttra Soap followed by light dressing with pure

St ' emo ni nt skin cures. This pure, sweet, and inexpensive treatment clear the and hair of crusts, scales, and dandruff, s&othe irritated ltohing surfaces, stimulate the hair follicles, supply the roots with enerjry and nourishment and thus produce luxuriant, lustrous hair, wi
01 January 1900 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE TiiOOPS FOR SOUTH.AFRICA.

THE TiiOOPS FOR SOUTH.AFRICA.

THE TiiOOPS FOR SOUTH AFRICA. THlf SEVENTH DIVISION. TO-DAY'S DEPARTURES. Colonel Harry Cooper, Aide de Camp to the Queen, and Chief Staff Officer of the Western District, who h.ts been ordered to South Africa to join the Staff of Lord Roberts as a special service o nicer, left D
01 January 1900 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE PILLAGE OF A CHURCH.

THE PILLAGE OF A CHURCH.

SCENES W AN ASSIZE COURT. (FBOM OUB COBBESPONDENT.) A - AT. m • PARIS, Stjxdat Night. 1 t^ c J Se,ne Assiaea on Saturday, the trial concluded of eleven young men who were arrested m the course of the Anarchist demon- stration organised by M. Sebastian Faure on the 20th of August
01 January 1900 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
ALHAMBRA THEATRE.

ALHAMBRA THEATRE.

Sunday amusement of an acceptable nature was provided at the Alhambra Theatre last night by the Band of H.M. Scots Guards. A number of orchestral works were given by this body of instru- mentalists, the excellence of whose renderings eliminates a great deal of the empty effect c
01 January 1900 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

LAMBETH. Brouno Botsch, 21, a well dressed German, described as having no occupation, and as residing at Effra-road, Brixton, surnmdered to his bail to answer the charge of being drank whilst in charge of a horse, and the further charge of illtreating the horse by spurring it. T
01 January 1900 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England