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Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (Newspaper) - March 7, 1902, Albury, New South Wales Haily selected. Colonel Birkbeck the inspector of recounts at Cape town reports that the australian horses were Early disappointing. He declares that the draught horses were a positive scandal that cobs were better and that the nuggets were excellent. Chher officers complain that Many of the cavalry and artillery horses which arrived from Australia in december last by the Lang ton Grange was quite untrained and unbroken. The cart pm contingent list of men enrolled. The following is the Roll of the bushmen recruited from the a Iverina to be attached to major the Hon. Rupert Carrington regiment in South Africa a sergeant Annison Ragga Thos. Allen Ragga a e. Angle Ragga j. E. Allen Ragga g. O. Adams Sydney t. E. Allsopp Narrandera James Bower Ragga w. A. Barrass a Sega j. H. Baldwin a orca John Bun Albury h. Barnas boo Albury j. W. Bell Albury w. J. Bowden Sydney m. S. Bartley Sydney g. R. Brackenrid Sydney j. Jarc Adway Ragga w. Bilkin Narrandera h. D. By ton Narrandera a Bloxham Narrandera h. J. Bruton Albury j. E. Craft Ragga a. Chenery acting . Sergeant Albury c. E. Campbell Al Bury h. Carter Albury j. Clyde Al Bury w. C. Crichton Albury s. J Cross Albury j. W. Clarke Sydney j. Cobden Ragga g. Carter Ragga c. Curtis Ragga m. A. Cartwright Ragga c. L. Clark Narrandera j. J. Curtain Narrandera p. Chapman Ragga a Church Narrandera j. Clyde Narrandera h. A Dona Bee Waggon d. E. Davis Ragga g. Davis Ragga g. 0. Dart Nail Ragga e. J. Dutton Cook s mat Ragga sergeant v. S. Dufty albury1 James Donald Narrandera b. Dunstan Narrandera t. Edmunds Ragga b. Espie Narrandera j. T. Emery Naran Dera e Igar Evans Narrandera c. D. Elliott Sydney j. E. Findlay Ragga w. Fleming Ragga a. Fizgerald Watega e. E. Fenn Ragga j. G. Findlay Albury John Fleming Ragga j. J. Friend Narrandera e. C. Gittoes Wal gag r. Gardiner Ragga a. J. Graham Ragga h. E. Gibbs Ragga s. Groody Albury a. A. Gawd Ragga , Narrandera James Green Narrandera w. J. Hype Ragga a. G. Hallahan Ragga h. J. Hindle Albury j e. Hodge Albury w. D. Havana Albury t. W. Holt Albury j. Harris Ragga r. Halloran Ragga h. Hudson Ragga e. Hill Ragga Joseph Hansel Narrandera John Harvey Narrandera f. Holland Narrandera w. F. Holland Nar Andera j. J. Horgin Narrandera p. H Hudson Narrandera a Hilton Naran Dera a Harris Narrandera d. Jenkins Ragga d. Jack Ragga a. Josephs Narrandera e. Jolley Narrandera e James Narrandera f. Jacka Naran Deta sergeant Jennings Melbourne m. 0 Kelly Albury w. F. Koenig Wizga f. Kennewell Narrandera w. S. Keegan Narrandera f. A. Lawitz Ragga a lamps Ragga a. Lindner a Bury w. Lindner Albury c. Lampe Albury s. F Leslie Albury g. Lawson Ragga a. J. Latham Ragga c. Lindsay Ragga j. Logan Albury h. P. Mcgaire Ragga James Miller Albury John Miller Albury e. H. Mackay Albury c. Mitt Here Tilbury g. Minty Narrandera Joseph j. Miller Narrandera sergeant a. H. My Kay Ragga j. A. M lean Ragga t. M Nichol Weg Gaj Jos. M Dowell Albury f. B. M Nevin Sydney w. M Farlane Sparandera w. J. M i Tosh Narrandera m Lennan is randers w. P. Neve Albury j. Nicholle Albury j. E. New ton Albury s. Nolan Ragga j. Norman Narrandera l. D. Norman Sydney w. O Brien Ragga p. W. O Donnell Ragga f. O Neill Albury c. Osborne Albury sergeant Owens Ragga w. T. Palmer Ragga a. S. Perry a Bury John Popple icon Ragga t. W. Parnaby Albury f. J. Powell Albury j. E. Paine Narrandera w. F. Parkinson Narrandera w. C. Pear son Narrandera a. F. Pringle Narrandera a Power Narrandera a Price Naran Dera Thos. Ryan Ragga b. Rohrich Albury r. Rennie Albury j. Rowland Albury h. Rawlings Albury m. Ryan Albury d. Reid Albury a. H. Reid Narrandera h. Rhodenback Sydney w. H. Roach Narrandera h. B. Ross Naran Dera e. Ryan Narrandera h. Ryan Narrandera w. Sheppard Ragga w. L. Sheppard Ragga d. Shelley Al Bury Robert Shannon Albury Charles Sheppard Ragga Thos. Swansborough Waggay c. Shaw Ragga a. Simpson Narrandera r. Shannon Narrandera w. Shannon Narrandera or. S. Smith Naran Dera s. P. Stokes Narrandera a Smale Narrandera a Stevens Narrandera j. J. Talbot Ragga f. W. Tooth Albury t. Tresilian Ragga f. W. Tap Pirell Naran Dera d. Taprell Naran Deva j. W. It. Wilson Ragga. T. W. Wilson Ragga e. T. Wilson Albury e. J. Wilson Al Bury John Wheeler Albury f. West Hora Albury Thomas West Albury w. J. Watson Albury a. J. Watson Al Bury Michael Webb Albury e. Wright Cook s mat Albury Thos. J. Welle Albury Norman a Hood Albury a. H. Waller Narrandera h. W. Welsh Naran Dera Jos. Williamson Narrandera j. Walsh Ragga d p. Wilson Ragga j. Underwood Nai Andera f. H. Vernon Narrandera j. J. Wharton Ragga. Miscellaneous. London March 2. General Ben Viljoen the noted Boer Leader who was captured a month ago in the neighbourhood of Lidenburg in the Transvaal has Baen sent to St. Helena. In the House of commons or. Chamber lain stated that lord Kitchener had spontaneously accepted the surrender of Tome minor Boer leaders on the under standing that in their cases the penalty of banishment from South Africa would not be enforced. Or. Chamberlai added that the government had no objection to the action taken by lord Kitchener. The column of constabulary commanded by colonel sir r. A w. Colleton of the Royal Walsh Fusiliers surprised a Laager at Bot Haville in the North West of the Orange River Colony on the 19th ult., and captured 16 Boers including Rodemyer the Landross of the town. Subsequently the constabulary captured seven other prisoners. Columns which have been operating in the Fick Eburg District close to the Basurto Border have captured 15 Boers and have taken 3,000 cattle. The British column under colonel c. W. Park of the Devonshire regiment has captured 18 Boers at Middelburg on the Delagoa Bav railway and received the sur Render of 23. Several Farmers in the Grid Upland West division of the Cape Colony have been sentenced to terms of three and four years imprisonment for acting As Boer officials. Amongst the prisoners who have Bur rendered to the British during the past few Days is the father of commandant Scheepers the Cape Raider who was captured and executed by the British some weeks ago. The times publishes a letter from its correspondent at Pretoria who writing of february 8, dwelt strongly upon the Neces sity for fresh horses in Large regular and timely consignments. Unless this necessity is recognised he says the Progress at pre sent being made by lord Kitchener will be arrested. The newspapers support or. Copeland s Contention that a steady Supply of recounts should be obtained from Australia. The War office is inviting tenders for 000 tons of australian flour to be delivered at Dorbad for orders. Patriotism at to Long. A patriotic meeting was held a the Exeter Hall by along on thursday 27th ult. The mayor Alderman e. A. Neeld presided and the meeting was the largest Jefe held on the Field. The following resolutions were carried a that this meeting of residents of Yalong and District of new South Wales hereby indignantly protests again Sec the foul Calum Nies that have been written and uttered against the humanity and Justice of the British government and army in connection with the War in South Africa by per sons on the european continent Anco Alert to their shame to it said by some living under Tho Protection of the British Flag that this meeting of residents of Yalong and District of new South Wales hereby expresses its fullest approval of the manner in which the War against the boars is con ducted by the British govern Mil Ner and lord Kitchener and applauds their determination to continue the Campaign until the Boera agree to an unconditional surrender that the foregoing resolutions be forwarded to the eight Hon. E. Barton prime minister of the common wealth for transmission through his excellency the governor general to the right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain Secretary of state for the colonies the above resolutions were carried unanimously amid cheers. That this meeting of the electors of the Yalong division of the Gro fell electorate emphatic Bally repudiates the statement of or. Hoi Man . That his constituents endorsed hl3 pro Boer War views at the last election and in View of this statement and his recent anti British attitude and utterances challenges him to re sign and contest the seat on his pro Baer principles alone against the Nomi Nee of the loyalists there was some Dis order before the Resolution was put or. Holman s supporters demanding to be heard. The chairman however put the Resolution and declared it carried by a majority of 2 to 1. Or. Holman a friends dissented and demanded a division and further disorder ensued. The meeting broke of amid cheers for the King and counter cheers for or. Holman and the labour party. A hinge hews visit. The launch of toe meteor. London february 26. The new York correspondent of the daily mail states that at the launch of the new Imperial yacht meteor at shooter s Island yesterday the crushing was so great that the soldiers had to Force a passage through the crowd for president Roosevelt and Prince Henry of Prussia. After the luncheon Given by Prince Henry on Board the Imperial yacht Hoh Enzol Ern there was a terrific Rush for souvenirs and knives Forks and articles of crockery were appropriated by the crowd. Banquet to journalists. London february 26. Prince Henry is at present the guest of or. J. Piermont Morgan the new York millionaire. At a luncheon Given yester Day by or. Morgan in honour of the Prince 100 millionaires were present. At a press banquet in new York arranged in honour of the visit of Prince Henry of Prussia or. Whitelaw raid proprietor and editor of the new York Tribune who has been chosen to represent the United states at the Coronation of King Al Ward in june next proposed the Toast of Prince Henry. In the course of his re Marks or. Reid said that god and nature had intended that Germany great Britain and America should live in perpetual peace and Friendship. Prince Henry in reply transmitted a notable compliment from the emperor William by saying that his majesty had directed him to remember thai the Ameri can Pressman ranked almost with his own generals. A Cable message was afterwards sent on behalf of a thousand editors of american daily papers to the Kaiser reciprocating Germany s splendid overtures of Friendship As implied in Prince Henry s visit. The Kaiser and the press. London. March 2. The emperor William of Germany has cabled to America acknowledging the Mes Sage sent to him on behalf of 1,000 editors of daily papers in the United states. In his reply the Kaiser thanks the editors forthe grand and sympathetic reception of my dear brother reception at Cincinnati. London March 3. Prince Henry of Prussia arrived yester Day at Cincinnati where be was warmly welcomed by an assemblage of 35,000 people. Many addresses of Welcome and photographic albums were presented to his Imperial highness. Prince Henry will proceed to Chattanooga in Tennessee Nashville the Capi Tal of that stale and St. Louis the greatest City in Missouri. The Wahall Overl capture of Riad. London. March 8. Particulars have been received respect ing the revolutionary rising in the Wahabi kingdom of nejd Central Arabia and the capture of Riad the capital by Abdul bin Fey sul a descendant of the Wahabi rulers of nejd. Fey sul s army consisted of 2000 men. He and 50 of his followers by a stratagem entered the town it night and killed the governor and 30 of his guards. The Garrison then surrendered and Fey sul s army was and j fitted into Riad. Fey sul Hopes to con Quer the kingdom of Neju and All the surrounding tribes Are flocking to his Standard. General Lucban a commander of the filipino rebels has been captured by the Arterio Ajes. Floods m in a Twenty three lives lost. ? London March 4. Disastrous floods caused by the Date a / heavy Rains have occurred in the states of a Pennsylvania new Jersey new York ? Connecticut and North Carolina. Twenty f three persons have been drowned and the i r f 5 destruction of property is estimated at. Millions of dollars. Marshall a Post Village a a in Madison county North Carolina on the j v a French Broad River with a population of. 1500, has been destroyed. A. \ Mimm Eis astir. Thirty miners killed. London. March 1. A terrible mining disaster has occurred at the Liberty Bell mines Telluride Cali fornia. A vast mass of Snow Slid from the mountains and precipitated the Shaft House into a Gulch with the result that 30 men were killed. Subsequently a second Ava Lanche occurred which buried 40 men who were engaged in Rescue work. A athe Toni idol i Ufa sentence of death. London March 3 Harold Apted a youth of 20, has been tried convicted and sentenced to death for the murder of a Little girl named fran Ces Eliza o Rourke aged 7� years at ton \ Bridge. The jury recommended the prisoner to mercy on the ground of his youth. Apted maintained an impassive attitude during the trial but he afterwards confessed his guilt. General Gable news. London March 3. The influenza continues very prevalent in London and no fewer than seven Mem Bers of the ministry Are at present ill with ? the disease. The number of deaths from Small toxin London during the past week was 94. A there Are now 1350 patients in the Lon ? Don hospitals. A. The Hundredth anniversary of the birth of Victor Hugo the famous French poet x ? ? \ dramatist and novelist is being celebrated a on a great scale in Princess Catherine Radziwill has been arrested in the Cape Colony on the charge of having forged the name of or. Cecil ? Rhodes to Bills amounting to �23,000. A serious riot of the unemployed Baa taken place in Paris. Daring the riot tha police were severely treated by the mob. Eleven of them were seriously and 25 slightly injured by the rioters. Political troubles Are still common in Russia and at Moscow 250 students and others have been sentenced to terms of imprisonment ranging from a week to three months for fomenting disturbances. \ an intercepted letter shows that the ,. Senous8i, a powerful Mohammedan fraternity whose capital is Jera bub m Tripoli is urging the new Sultan of Darfur in the Soudan to hold aloof from \ the British. Of the Earl of Denbigh one of the most prominent Catholic Peers has been Dele gated by his majesty the King to pro. Need to Rome As a special envoy to con granulate his holiness the Pope on the attainment of his j Jubilee . Waldeck Rousseau the French pre Mier has met with a serious acc idiot he was driving out in his Carriage when a it was struck by a Tram car and Over ,. A a turned. The Premier was severely in. Jared on the face and bands speaking at a meeting of tha United \. Vav service institution rear Admiral lord Charles Beresford advocated greater Speed for tha big battleships which he Baid \ were Over weighted by Woodwork guns a a. And tons of stores that were not stated that the difficulty with regard to the use of the Belleville water tube boilers was due to the Lack of trained stokers. Us in 1869 there were 2932 Telegraph offices open to the Public in England now there /0 Are 12,512. Tho Revenue was �612.301a Thon now it is �3,459,353. In 1869, ,. 6,000,000 messages were sent la 1900 the. Number was nearly 90,000,000. There ?. / wore 4428 instruments fixed now there Are 35,708. In 1837 five wires were m to quire to transmit ten words per one Wiro can transmit 600 words Pec a a minute and six diet not messages Caa be sent upon one wire at the same Tieje

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