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" COUNTY TIMES" SHILLING WAR…

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POET BECOMES VIOLENT.

B U L L E K ADVANCING.I

IM T E EI A L V0 LUNT E ERS.

TUGELA DIFFICULTIES SURMOUNTED.

GENERAL BULLER'S ADVANCE ALL…

BULLER'S MOVEMENTS.

WITH FRENCH'S COLUMN.

THE MODDER RIVER RECONNAISSANCE.

A CRITICAL MOMENT.

THE LADYSMITH FIGHTING.

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THE LADYSMITH FIGHTING. THE PLUCK OF THE DEVONS. I BOER LOSS ESTIMATED AT 1,100. The Times Pietermaritzburgcorrespondent wires: —Wednesday.— Times of Natal" runner brings news from Ladysmith down to the 10th inst. There appears to have been two attacks on the 6th on two of our positions, and they were met with splendid defenc e I'll(, a, facls lasted 17 honrs. The enemy fought most, stubbornly, and it was the pluckiest work attempted by them yet. That we won the day is due chiefly to the Infantry. The Devons executed. f. splendid charge. The Imperial Light Horse hnd si-me '!e-pi-ra.te work to carry through, an(i tti-. There are eight of their officers worn lien "at of ten. A farious hail- stoitn (,II1'S[ ov.-rnead while the action was in progress Wlu-n wind changed and the hail was blown towards the enen.v the Devons charued with the b"\IJlwt with the storm at their back?, giving <.•;•> prolonged yell while they rushed the enemv. The Boers pluckily maintained a heavy fuMlade from cover with the hail in their faces. The Devons, heedless of the fearful fire, never hesitated. The Boers became utterly demoralised, their leaders hieing killed. Some con- tinued to fire, notwithstanding the grim hopeless- ness of the position, but the majority finally ran away. The Devo.isreceived showers of shrapnel throughout the engagement from distant heights. The enemy's strength at both attacks was 10,000. The above is only one out of many exciting incidents which occurred in the course of the determined attack. According to the latest estimate the enemy lost 1,100 killed and wounded. All was cilliet at LadysUJith between the 6th and 10th.

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