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THE ENEMY IN CAPE

THE ENEMY IN CAPE

COLONY. From B«r roororo romro roport th»t from •« <*• *'���> rmnlrod the wrtl. h0.»7 *<*«• QroUra. •'« *"'* *" kroa m.d Lord, E. Oro.l CWIro CilTOldish IkmUouk •ouodfd. total lose«» »t tract Th* M>rti© «» .Rmmst 00. th« (ofts, lb. to roptoro tb. Bm-t j, from Bntoh wororo, «d th.
01 January 1900 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
OFFICERS PRISONERS,

OFFICERS PRISONERS,

The War Office issued the following dcf-patchoe:— , , » “From General BaUer to the Secretary State for War Frer© Carop, Dec. 29. “Colonel Hunt wounded and prisoner (originally announced wounded only). “Lieutenant Butler, 66tb Battery (attached), is a prisoner.” “From tt« General
01 January 1900 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
WOUNDED HOMEWARD BOUND.

WOUNDED HOMEWARD BOUND.

The Railway Pioneer Corps. ■ to bis friends at home, bears grateful witness (FBOU ora CORBZBVOVI>EXT.) ! t/ kiiul treatnu-nt which ell the captives of HURBAX, .Saturday. p.ra. ; war h.ive received from the Boem. He adds About officers and men from various that all the prisoners
01 January 1900 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW YEAR'S HONOURS.

NEW YEAR'S HONOURS.

APPOINTMENTS AND PROMO- TIONS. The Queen has been pleased to confer the dignity of a Peerage of the United Kingdom upon : — The Hon. Sir H. Stafford Northcote, Bart., C.B. Tlie Right Hon. Sir John Lubbock, Bart., MP. Her Majesty has also been pleased to direct that the following
01 January 1900 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LIFEBOAT SERVICES IN 1899.

LIFEBOAT SERVICES IN 1899.

The year 1899, like its predecessor, was an unusually fine one, months passing without any bad weather from a lifeboat point of view. The few gales and storms, however, which occurred at intervals, pro- vided the lifeboats and their crews with a considerable amount of work. What
01 January 1900 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE LIVERPOOL GRAIN "FUTURES" ].MARKET.

THE LIVERPOOL GRAIN "FUTURES" ].MARKET.

THE LIVERPOOL GRAIN " FUTURES" ] MARKET. LIVERPOOL, Dec. 30. Wheat opened lower, and. after a dull trade, closed quiet, at id under yesterday. To-day's sales comprised : — March, 5s lid to 5s lli-1 ; May, 5s ?? to 5s 10Jd. Maize closed steady, unchanged to 4d advance. Sales to-da
01 January 1900 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE ROBINS' TREAT AT EXETER.

THE ROBINS' TREAT AT EXETER.

THE ROBINS' TREAT EXETER. The annual Robins' treat to the poor children of Exeter was given the Victoria Hall Saturday. The officials met at the Hall in the morning to make arrangements, and some time before two o'clock, the hour of admittance, ia number of children clustered aro
01 January 1900 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE RECENT GALES.

THE RECENT GALES.

THE STRANDED LINER. The Hamburg South American ship Pelotas, a cargo boat of 2,984 tons, laden with grain, which eft Santos on December 7th for Rotterdam and Hamburg, weot ashore off Dungeness, the East Bay, midnight on Friday, having lost her rudder. A violent gale from the sou
01 January 1900 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WHATEVER YOU WAN ADVERTISE FOR THE WESTERN TIF :. CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS FOB «X BOLD OR LET TO APARTMENTS LET

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01 January 1900 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WOOLLEN SLITS CLKAHKO LULLL TO M-W

WOOLLEN SLITS CLKAHKO LULLL TO M-W

WOOLLEN SLITS CLKAHKO LULLL TO • apply MU- <«I.F, VANS Al.b I'AHiS UAILY. unto t0*..., ° f * l,iC The Following Applk.tioii lioilvl^. VIK.ST-LI.AbS COJIUEIU.IAL HOIT.L vyiNCHfoußt.-iHA ( , _ I.OLM. ... I I I"' fc «•■>•«'"*••“« - ' - H; o.lw W * ~TAcMmm»iat. U i. lor .ala •»•< 0“«
01 January 1900 - Gloucestershire Echo - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England