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THE PEOPLE, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, ISM.

THE PEOPLE, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, ISM.

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31 December 1899 - The People - London, London, England
 
THE NEXT BATTLE. PREPARATIONS TO RECEIVE THE WOUNDED.

THE NEXT BATTLE. PREPARATIONS TO RECEIVE THE WOUNDED.

The Pietermaritzburg correspondent the 'Daily Mail" states that the military hospital there is being *loured of all but most serious eases, sod the Volunteer Ambulance Corps is being weeded out. and the residue well drilled. Other preparations are also being made for the next bi
31 December 1899 - The People - London, London, England
 
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31 December 1899 - The People - London, London, England
 
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31 December 1899 - The People - London, London, England
 
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PENDING ELECTION, Toss Cirr.-11r. G. D. Faber. of Ilairopte, bu boon selected as Unionist reedidato. Vacancy aimed by Lord Charlie Dererford's naval appointment. Hallos Mao!. 40. al Chelsea. died yesterday in Bt. from injuriee received by the Ibreeling of • wain lamp with • glom
31 December 1899 - The People - London, London, England
 
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31 December 1899 - The People - London, London, England
 
THE PEOF'LE, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1899. A i;.) st.‘r: r.V•NC. 19 N D PkTlll.,l, • .S-'M:I COMPAMY IH AC N

THE PEOF'LE, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1899. A i;.) st.‘r: r.V•NC. 19 N D PkTlll.,l, • .S-'M:I COMPAMY IH AC N

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31 December 1899 - The People - London, London, England
 
OTHER CASUALTIES.

OTHER CASUALTIES.

Official telegrams were posted at the War office this week from the generals oft communications in Natal and at the Cape, giving further additions to the already long lists of deaths frort wounda and disease. DEATHS FROM WOUNDS. Dec. 22.-5603 Pte. E. Cunliffe, 3rd Grea. dier Gua
31 December 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE BRIGHTON RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

THE BRIGHTON RAILWAY ACCIDENT.

Mr. H. Sprott opened an inquiry at Wivelefield, on Wednesday, upon the bodies of George Edward Paris, lately in the employ of' Messrs. Chipperlield and Butler. Brighton, drapers ; William Davis 9, M~artin's-place, Beeston-stroet, New Cross. guard of the Newbaven boat train: and
31 December 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE BUS CONDUCTOR AND THE HALF SOVEREIGN.

THE BUS CONDUCTOR AND THE HALF SOVEREIGN.

THE 'BUS CONDUCTOR &ND THE HALF SOVEREIGN. At Southwark police-court, on Thurs- day, Edvfward Carmichael, an omnibus conductor, was charged with stealing 10s., the money of Herbert Booth, a clerk, of Crimscott-street, Bermondsey. Prosecutor stated that be was aceom- panying his y
31 December 1899 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England