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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - November 21, 1899, Mitchell, South Dakota
Mitchell daily Republican. Volume . South Dakota. Tuesday. November 21. I si.9 Necmi or 12 Boeh troops poor ii to gape Colony Transvaal invasion of South african British possessions continues Battle rumours not confirmed is Poi i a a of decent heavy fight in Iii i Ady Smitti Dis Rcd itch Nevis of of cent ions Khi w Here. Lady Antler is said British he left foil a a a wed on t \ ices tory in nov. Iii. Lighting at Day have cont a nov. The of ast report Ziy Smit ii not been confirmed. The most re Ila we my from Este not indicate that a a nothing More than a Des ulva Nona de. Probably the Rumor serious engagement grew out of it thai the liners threw a few hers shells late tuesday night no to tin supposition that an at was imminent. Nothing. How up nod wednesday. It that the i toe in lire fresh reinforcements Fren t he hit Lead tack i Ever. A i Ley on i daily re mid ship ing be a the la Contin a re i has ret Ltd rat. Suit ii in the it is sunday in tempts to from a a that seven from ithe Arriva Ami aril i the i iving or. It. Mollie ands ref there it Vvs lady Bird nou Cere to t Pere ii ii the front. Invasion of ape it daily Anil rapidly. I s a Colesburg and East London that Miva a1 North has to the hours and l of Tho enemy. A Feii that the British on to two unsuccessful at is rust Enburg commando Ilion near Mafeking and fighting took place agon hav Conn reports it of More Derman officers in in ii who have vol in Rve with the Transvaal new i i o f ill Pill demands War mat err hoi i j Ini of heal v a in cd from in asserts Friea tile Exeen renewal of i the like. Minor that More 11 a is have been Bordure i from India t. The j the ape. Fan of operation on Bot ii sides i slow to unfolding itself to Jenera Joubert is evidently moving in nth to prevent. If possible the Junction of the British relieving Force with the frees at Este our and Ladysmith vol tile on la Ora nge l Iver Boudar the to a is Are i a in pc. I to be cock tit rating Ai i Don Ker poor t to oppose general i Iiller a Advance it is said 6,000 Beers ii ave Al i go r i brei lady Berie Ltd of a hat ii a1 Lish vane a rom the n East to Lim wire i Uptown. Ent poort. Penis to be Durban liver to i Union by w erd Orp. I commanding inon neing tin h the first to this morning s dispatches shows no Al ii of weakening. According to the latest intelligence from the seat of War they have made preparations to meet the new plan of Campaign which the British were forced to adopt because of the investment of Smith. A Boer Force of i mum generals Loubert Aud Botha to he moving South to meet the Advance from Este not. Jenera White will therefore with Lait a weak Force against him. I his Force flowered will probably be entrenched and therefor will be Dif be tilt of attack. The Relief column will have a hard task before it. If the enemy is As Strong As reported. Est court is menaced by bodies of the enemy at several Points. Due West. Probably at embers die. There i a Force of Orange free state burghers j on the Northeast of the railway there is a contingent under Uomini Andrii i Rubier while there Are other Boers on tie Ween in Jroy town. I lie English position is considered j Jas Safe As Ladysmith itself for Den i eral Iliad Yard must now have a Large j number of men Lin tier his command i lure is again intelligence that tin Bridge Over the Tugela River has at i last been destroyed. The Boers will probably meet the British on tit Furi tiler Bank of that River. Buller s original plan for an and Vance by three columns upon Bloem it Fontein and Pretoria has seen temporarily broken up by the dispatch of j a division to Natal for eueral Whites j Relief by the need to relieve Kira Lierley Ami by the appearance of the Boers in some Force in the strategic Triangle a i enclosed by Tho railways joining i it or to be i i unit Ion to Smerud Junction and . I he plan would be Ai to be an Advance in Strong Force Iii the direction of Kimberley by lord Methuen a j movement by the Force which has a1 j ready disembarked at fast London j against the Boers on the line from East London to Storni Birg Junction. There May also be a movement front Scaar against the Boers at Annau poort with the object of forcing the enemy Back from British Ter i Rit Orv. It is considered very probable that the British Advance for the Relief of Ladysmith will be begun in a few i Days. The Boer invasion of Cape Colony j i ceding apace. Miwa i non ii a been occupied by a Boer commando Roo Strong. At Kup Daar is a commando of men. At Snaauw port one of r.00 and at another of a Quot to. No Advance Bas As yet be a Maie or the British ramp at Denar. Kimberley has been again shelled by tin Poe but Little damage has been done. The British Force to relieve Kimberley has been concentrated at tie Orange River and has by now begun untold wealth in Gold Ano Copper a civil Engineer s discovery in the grand Canyon of the Colorado. May be richest in the world third cavalry in a fight with rebels Merit Nort i of Dagupan do tails Are Given. A no american Campaign remarkable belief that the strike will qual or surpass any former discover mountains of precious Mineral. Ponat ions of la to ton Aud Mcarthur the to important Iii the Ali Fry of Hie War Iii Iii Philippines. A Usa i to to. Nov. I. Frank in i Barnhill a Well known civil no queer of this it. Has Lis overed in tin Brand of the Canyon of the Colorado what he claims will prove the richest Copper mines in the world. In addition to the vast deposits of Virgin Copper he saw immense outcropping. Of Gold i. I. And masses of -ohi.-t. With garnets sticking out like plums in a pudding veins of Coal and Aslies tos Mien Walls of Onyx columns of serpentine. Or. Bandall has documents anti relics and specimens which lit shows As proof of the truth of what he says. Lit will leave next month to visit the Copper mine again Anil try Aud form a plan to take out the or. With or. Randall when he made the trip into the Brand Canyon were Quot Bill Hull a Stockman and prospector of Arizona m. C. Sharp neck. A mining expert of Council Bluffs la., and Frank Lee of Williams. Ari. Or. Randall tells this Story of the trip i _ Quot i was at work surveying tile line of a in Railroad building North from wife of the British Premier passes Williams an to the Brand Canyon. Against the Mutual life of new York and $11,054 against the Connecticut Mutual. The costs of the a trials and Twenty years of litigation amounting to $90,000, Falls on the insurance companies. J1 Swigert a Squadron has an engage beginning by tin defendant insurance companies and has Cost a Large amount. The Contention of the companies was that the Only buried As that of John w. Hill Mon was the body of another Man. To attempt to prove j this the most expensive Legal Talent s of the country has lice to engaged from i time to time As the Case made if i Way through the Kansas courts. According to the contentious of mrs. 1 in 11 in e. Ili Linon now Smith by reason of a second marriage loll ii. I Union died or disappeared in list a j near Medicine Lodge. Ivan. Tile Littly j was shipped to Lawrence for burial. The woman swearing that it a Ilia of her husband. This the insurance companies disputed and then began tile litigation. Tin amount involved in the original suit was $25. 100 and tins. In reason of j accrued interest bail increased of j nearly $100,000 at the beginning of the trial just ended. Three companies originally were interested in the suit. But one of thes some time ago made a settlement by which the woman was Given $2,000 on the company a policy j of $5,000. The various trials of the Case have called into court several Hundred witnesses. But from time to time thi number has been lessened As Many of the witnesses have died and others have moved beyond the reach of the court. Can Bass Oulu Stanfa g bal Clem it May Torii j the in Titi till Money sen,11 e. Of the pull an i the it i follows to tub itch i demo r i i. Nov. ? tutors Art on to the com Muti Point. Ii at William of Germany arrives in England ill b Imperial party reach d pert this morning and be t Windsor Al onto. Tuii in Lull. Fie Turbit this of Tours vacancies on Delaware Utah sex Sena tor alb i Lay w Art in tin death the re pub Radut de to four eel Kaiser Given a warm Welcome Vav it a the to u h in Ami t Anet event lean utta rent to of to t Tialii r. I port in in it it w it ties i a a Uio pie san i i tit so a is Vav till Iii per i. Mard la. Tju Adrinn ports j St a Rit East i troops men to lion Vij nov. 30. Major Swigert a of the third cavalry re engagement with a greatly a Hie r Force at to err it of Dagupan. Tin have fought the and Are now Holdi rating a bet cd a ret is i. North filipin 4> a n gag t he Posi in reinforcements. It is at head ii arters this filipino covering the Retreat at. Of hitherto the Ratill i try being ice. In regret t i that the a mittens tided the if the Jar i ill the ii its no a i Tan ii red to no la it in to it set it w h Lea that try tis w Udy Salisbury is Deau it and Van four transports Sal today. In Roin t hat tart. It i i Ila n dbl a bar at a a offered the t a ener the Boe Eief in met Tiei and cup sources the for tie Nave ii in acre a ill b a a on the Orang Jet is pied to pre from undue Cialli if rumours founded to k or is of ire Vav mat a Endrai station. Various Escribe a Nati uth to Daft ? i org hers i in Hting. I of tin t h amt Oil t rot in tin e tin rail rot gtd the id the it ,1 Iii its Oik no. Spending to Battle 20. The Al is at most i Sand i ear to for Vard. I he crate lid s i r,.<>i ships to i ave no is afternoon i r Manila. San Francisco. Nov. 20 four transports sail with troops today for tin Philippines. The Hancock is scheduled to leave at i of clock taking a Headquarters band anti nine companies of the to of to fourth regiment. A half hour later the Duke of Fife will sail with a Headquarters band and six Campania of the thirty eighth refill it. The St. Paul sails at it of clock with six companies of the thirty eighth and the Ity of Pueblo at i Itu with thre companies of the forty third. The remaining nine companies of the forty third sailed from new York last week on the transport mealie. Major j Corge 12. Pickett paymaster of the army who has liven ordered to Manila and was to have sailed today on the Hancock will not be Able to go to the Philippines for sonic time. It 11 All. Ile i confined to ins bed with acute pneumonia. Gompers on organized labor tie Jug port i lads Imda Mal died Mith. Not break to y Boers and n an Ecci Ved i e i ii be t Al 2 Iii ire a Ain taken be Deen k the British is much a or Battle is reported tie a. The i sea Quot est y Boer dead is said to reds. The British i to timely Small. British to i k the present week. Patches from the Fri a change in the defer to maintain d by South Africa. It is jotted to Jenera Jug Jaid Smith Vav a a hip to the utmost. Eloping great strength boyhood of Este not a reported to be Movin himself in order to do input to repel the Brit is or. It would seem Atte late Este not. This la is already in Progress practical a surround it Luu it installer j have stoners. Aunt a Loving fought. Tilt i e miser ii Ini s Are compar a it ii Sivc. A riling to . Ought naive Tati the British in said the task airy. Tin tax i the ii a if relic v-general-1 Leer Are de i Iii the neigh i Joubert is r s lit la War i a cot the move i ii Advance aft i a noting to Iso j to r movement a til bots the Tow ii. Another email Force was discovered at j Willow Range South of Este not a Ceste re fix evening. Major the Irney i or do to. With a detachment of infantry. Artie and engage d the Boers. No mat i Ial result. I he Ford Beer attempt to in h Este not Orv apparently merely a animus Atlee resulting in the Boers lining the information they de a. Narn he Tea e court was fairest. T a naval gum in position. The Boers the withdrew oat of Dar a or. But remained at the exits from the town. To resist English Advance. Boers prepare to head Tiff Relief forces. New York. Nov. 20.�?-th e Herald s to Edon Lorre pendent say the Boers strategy. According to Ric m wit Art in i Edora Tiomi president appears fore i lid ii is i i a i oui in iss Ion. Washington nov. 21. Samuel t Jom pers. Jires ident of the Merieum federation of i Ai Bor was the Only witness before the Industrial commission is Ter Day. Speaking a of the Union slim i. Or. Rompers said that there were thirty sve i different organizations now using the Label and that it was growing in popularity very rapidly. La defended the i Sty of f As a Legal Aud proper Vav Capon for the Workingman holding that what he had a Emht As an into see div dual to do he was justified Iii units loth j a or with others to do. Or. Rompers said that labor views trusts imply As their employer.-. Iller have i it Een easts in Winch the men bad benefited by the combination of capital. It was too Early to decide whether the my ii would be More steadily employed by the trusts than by other employers. Ile had found that j tin combinations More infill j Nice Rne iring legislation than had unorganized capital. He took a posh Tion against co operative schemes say i inc that experience had i Avell that la borers secured no greater advantages under them than under tin wage sys j . He had no b a of the future for ors. Nied labor. I to condition of labor was better today than Ever before. And he attributed tin improvement to the influence of Organ it i la Ivor. Or. J rompers favor d ail amendment to the Eon tit it ton fixing a maximum of los a it or Day for labor. Speaking of the effect of advanced labor legislation in different Stales he said there would be no backward step. The nows. Ere of deep that i could not work and in my spare time i got to platting tin mines Oil a map. And i found that the Copper let Elt was about a no a Viand ran nearly due North land South. Senator Clarks Copper i mines at verde Are on this Belt. I got the idea that the Mineral licit ran on due North beyond the Brand Canyon land where it would Cross tin Canyon the Canyon was 6.000 feet deep. T Quot i believed that if we could get into the Canyon at that mint we would find the Copper vein cropping out of the Canyon Walls. I Fioke of my id a to several friends and found t that Bill Hull who was one of lieutenant Stanton guides in his famous government Survey of the Brand can Yon. Had seen the outcropping of Copper Iii his trip through the Canyon j but had sworn then that he would never again venture into the Canyon j because of the great danger. But we kept talking the matter Over and the j result was that we decided to go to i a the Canyon and look for the mine. The a party consisted of m. Sharp Eek j Bill Hull. Frank Lee and myself. Quot by went Dow n into the Canyon by the Bright Angel Trail which i. South of the Mouth of the Little Colorado j Iller w it ii a Ca uvas covered boat. It i took All our nerve and every sense on j a constant Strain to keep afloat and j i avoid the whirlpools. Quot As we sch it Down the current i watched for the Copper and at last we Carne to it. Can hearts leaped and our j eyes stuck out a we drifted past it. Quot the vein Green where the Mineral had been j corroded by air and water for Cen t tunes. We tried to get in close to the j i cop Acrie or but the current a too Swift. We landed on a ledge of Bould j i ors a Little below it and picked up pieces of Copper Ore that had been j broken off and rolled Down by the j current we could not get close enough to the Copper ledge to touch j it of course we could not get to the Topf the Cliffs there they were too in p. Bat there i enough Copper there to keep a its Mon smelter Busy for a generation and unlimited water s lower Rushing past to keep dynamos going and furnish Power for the steel a ters. A while darting Down the River the next Day looking for a place to land pan of the Tim on the Crest of a huge breaker and at other times in the hollow of a Whirlpool with nerves trained to keep the boat from overturning or from being dashed pieces on the Bowlder we Cann Black looking eave into which whole volume of the pent up water seemed to Hur itself Vitha roaring great r than the loudest pea of Thunder. A it was a Collier where the Wall of Granite compelled the flood to turn and in it obstinate fury the Stream had i teen hurling itself against the op-1k m big i Tarrier for Ages until it had eaten a Hole Twenty or thirty feet into the solid Rook and then emerged again. We shot Mist we saw gleaming a Broad Belt of Brilliant White quart and it whole surface was sparking with scams and Corus cation of Vellow Gold. It was Only a momentary glimpse of it. Quot we saw in that trip do a a osiris of Cannel Coal of Asbestos of Onyx and serpentine. Of bad and Silver and other minerals. We saw and explored rows of the Cliff dwellers houses on the shelves and benches of Rock and old irrigating ditches used by the prehistoric tribes who inhabited the Walls of the Canyon. A this full i will be one of a party which will attempt to reach the Copper vein from the platen on the North Ide of the away after Lon i Ness her romantic marriage. Insurgent mountains planned a i Fay agma storehouses jeans have be ii route that Only Force passed to occupation the does army being majority of to and it ass As an overtake them Only fragmentary report Tiila of the operations in when the Story is known have been the most re mat paining la philippine known. Lawton div thinly Over the Territ f til to the sing the insurgent t Northeast along to Tell is St e of whirl cd. To or the insure Rug in for Nain body thin of ii May s Vav Hen thirteen eight tit five. Tied out As changes in thu rices will in ack 1 with 11 in Fin the Amer 0ii$� of the w upon in Aith nigh but Advance Pipii in ii a american a relay Lions if Aguinal ran to a lines. The Slit to tied i disorganized Ity i la is a Mer jeans vers Ion auf a i a i i reach Abir jell. Rill a ii i j Kali w big Lov i to a in ,Ion, nor. 20.�?lady Iii. To lord wife of the Premier died this afternoon after a protracted Hines. The Story of Baffy sail. Try life is interesting not Only to England and the English but to All who can appreciate the Noble qualities of a Good woman. Iii Lier younger Days she was the heroine of a somewhat romantic courtship. She was the daughter of the Hon. Sir cd word Ifni a Deison. Baron of the exchequer and a mis Alderson lord Robert veil fell in love with her. Lord Roberts father disapproved of the marriage and Straightway the Young coup the matter into their of ii Hun were married. Because of thi Roberts father would have nothing to do with them and the Young Man was forced to turn to newspaper work to support his wife. I his Early work As Well As Iii his political duties his wife helped him greatly by acting a it his amanuensis. The first eight year of lady married life were Sam it in this Way until of the death of his brother lord Robert veil became lord Uran Bourne Aud journalism was put aside for the work of the politician. It was we i of this time that lady Salisbury took upon herself the duties of a political hostess duties which became Lier Well. She was shrewd practical and a to Copper were a Bright steady judgment Aud w Hen Lier husband succeeded to the Marquis St she took her position As the mistress of Hatfield House with distinction. Four times a ird Salisbury has Imen foreign Secretary and three prime minister so that lady Itury a political and Scia Bitil it Yeii by no Means Light. Among those favored Folk what lady Salisbury in private life so Vij greatly beloved for Ber kindly y ii thy and the steadfast of her i Gard. Like mrs. J lads tone. Lady Saisbury had no love for the a is nirl set in society. Of late year the p ties at Hatfield have in it compos mainly of members of the family when she a stronger lady sails delighted in gathering her i Cleverest men and women of the few know it. But the in a Nae men Jose. Young towns shoved Nat Ira scribal Rivers the Fie wag to have been the american Tore i supplies insurgent lev in scraps of Nevi stories of liar Arnu i meet ii sum is spread by beyond san Here the Telegraph ends. A of cavalry arc sweep into new i try is being i the towns the Collat by whose increased Imle Rains. Making my swamps of in a s two Reg ing their and the Forward to hoi takes All in a difficulties Are in by tropical of the creeks los. In transportation for tvs a install Ted drowning it fiver w he it i privates were Ain indies supposed practically abandoned troops living on Cap and the Little produce among the liable arc american is reported n narrowly lording a it Luna and have left. I now edit the or in re a thie it Ani i then a tis can Den i Haf t til Mitt Aport it that Tith slut by i to by in 12 Vav t h w la i Jon til a a pub Stan a rat urn the with Harkai the ret in e Fille the cepe Mer i in banker Fulger convicted. I Quot two in. Ria n to nth Iii hips with. Is a i i the a re i that Law to it while Letitna lost. User with a Batta ii fait to a i Ion his Tak works sorrel Andre of the Twenty fifth infantry. I a it a Way from Bamban to Donnell to insurgent Cartridge filling party will b of to Lucky. Id t w inset i a name by thea1 it Cly i rep by adj. Of lore thi i f hems Golf in the lid i n at of. Re i fill Oil i lid it ant Ial de foil my Kau Ger. Foi a s to to. Merpi i Baul it i in of pm lug the Ririe a of Ivy thirs j i Iti by i pc i i inc the a filipino Ary a in i lit Ion. Caya is Ain its in times Salis have knew in but attry the Lay. T of the big estate a Hatfield a Alwa under lady Salisbury scare and her More Active Days the tenants pm to her As a Good Busic is woman who to a Lowed nothing to escape her eve. The Bishop Bauer dead. A Way in Dio a Gnu Minnesota prelate i is it s Llla spit u i. St. Loud. Minn. Nov. 2. M near Batler administrator. F the be of St. Load from the re Tion of Bishop tit to the appointment of Bishop malty and from til death of Marty to the ape Anim. Of Bishop Trowbr. Died at St. R i i Hospital today of d a a Tes. He n years of nge and prominent Iii Al work. Ice red with four men to colonel s. Burt. Of the Twenty fifth infantry described the fat volunteered to guide the exp the governor of Neva \ determined like so Many i _ these Days. That the administration of his province cannot Chang too Quick and is coming to Manila to Tell Otis of his loyalty and incidentally to request that lie lie retained in office under the new Reg Rte. Admiral Watson has received an additional credible report that lieutenant Rit More and five of the a Turl sailors of the in nit id states gunboat Yorktown were at Tarlac Nev. In Ber 19. Lieutenant film Cire was living in the filipino general a House. The Cruiser Baltimore starts for Ling Yeit today and Watson Send another ship to but Guin if the gunboat Helena which is overdue is not to return to lingayen. Sailors from the gunboat Castine occupy whoa Aga. On the Southwest extreme of the Island of Mindanao. 1 it linens men. Chiefly chinese request a Hima Ider every of the Castine take Possession of the place and Ted them from insurgents. Every naval Force and. Although no details have been received it appears he found he had a Large contract on his hands and telegraphed Otis re queuing the presence of to opt. But none were available exec of by withdrawing a part of the Force from on a of the neighbouring islands temporary i ii. Capture of Zamboanga. Joritz of much ii in the p will Tak message wet meat party will i of. How Vir. Stand Many his failure a oui i ten wac i Crest is it iou ii lain of he of a g certainly ii it come naturally which the f his Pisi recommend id Sfa lard of a Fere of Ken the Erald have a a i to a vote expressed president iou in Liun or six Mal tied Ted i his a practically u a i he does not Tak republicans will. A a Flentse again. Hoi to i Egis action on to Aigin. In Evi of a p a of Tell Tai of the i with i i Liege us Ranee and a a Ca go. Many blvd know the i for the carried a p la i Ca in it tuts alb irs a. Issi ,1 i v Ai Churchill at Pretoria. Arrives at it,.cr capital Witt fifty i Ive Oiler a Ris liners. Pretoria saturday nov. Is by Way of Lourenzo Marquez nov. Noon today fifty six British j including men of the Rovn Fusiliers an several by be Jai Rived Here. There Wera arg ii a at i h. In or ,1c Post to posits i paid Dei shortly aft Yeti Nigton v counts Char Bank a fun i were tried failing to a lasted ten contested b met i once x and per it h he railway it i. In i it v i it cd to pre Lan Aion Chur e Hile ent to men to Hilt was the the in item f the i ii v e were let in taken d Aud disc a ,1 of in for in june in Arch Washington nov. 20. Admiral wat on cables the following a count i of the a Liture of Amboni go a commander every of the Castine with Friendly natives Aud mom is . Captured Zainb a Angan the i the. No casualties Landing parties from the Castine and Manila held the town Venth fort in to commanding if. Killed in a runaway. Yeung Yinn has Wagon pole forced through his body. Washington la. Nov. To. Lamont Batter on. A popular Young mail age 20. Residing eight Miles Northeast of this City died from in Pirir i a in i in a runaway. Iii attempting to Stop his team the Wagon pol was bin i nearly through his i Tody carry ing i Sev eral rods. Pet col me t tin verdict for mrs. Hillmon. Girl scalded to death. Decision in a famous Kansas in Strance Case. Leavenworth. Kan. Nov. 20.�?ihe Christian science Victory. Sifter spilled boiling Coffee on her jury in the famous Hillmon insurance of Mary Brookings and Albert i Quot _ a. In a \ i we i h a % f.1r indictment against Minneapolis healer Damn Guird. Minneapolis nov. 20.�?in the strict court this morning the Christian scientists scored a Victory by to e a t alien of Rolines on. Of Whit a i Missal of the grand jury indict meat a arrival of troops from Polo. I crash Force of insurgents at a Des. Four Miles away acquisition of Zamboanga at this i of great importance from a military Point of View. It is the principal City of Mindanao and dominates the entire Southern half of that Island. W hich is second in importance Only to la on. It it a population of nearly 22.0&Quot people and i. Well flirt feed. So that a Small Garrison could hold it i ii definitely against native attacks. In addition it is tic naval station w Here tic a spa in girls us the ret ii Ievon i in Tith Southern arc i Clag a. Otis dispatch intimates he is Sci what embarrassed by the unix i cd i Ive Ity of providing a Garrison it it be div for Zamboanga. It has be. Ii suggested the i Vei to might i met by Garriso Ning Zamboanga with a Tat Ion Stratton was made. I who is wound a in the taken to the Model school rank and file Are i it cing s race course. One spy was jail. The wounded had a at Colen so. The Boer Venin which these Pris says that two Bril ten wounded. The mining department Ere i Beneth the manager the herein mine a passage Lea a suit of of it arts int forty feet ground with Gas and water i this is supposed to have hey tended to serve so a ret Dej a the employees of the Ferreira n the event of a Bort a a it ardent Hannenburg. Three female passengers Raja tired no i r Mafeking were brought to it Pretoria. The male passengers will follow. Rev. Adrian Llo Meyer. Brother of j. I Llo Meyer. The afrikaner Leader and who was captured at to bats. But released will come to Pretoria is soon As he is in bettor health. London. Nor. 20.�? the first definite news regarding the Fate of Winston Bur a Hill was conveyed to his Mother lat evening by a re my refer of the associated press. Lady Randolph had just returned Home from a quiet dinner with ii few Fried when to graft tying intelligence that her son is living was conveyed to her. The wound is not Nee a and that he i it alive caused her the greatest As she has been hitherto least intimation of his in work Liers j at Bot the Aga in which found of r teat in not w copied Tion to been j pres id sex p the the e. P. Ii to first t hire ,1 on w. T Iaia v is >11 Are it to Ole of if the my the Shier int in. Loll. Chi City Rotas i Ami of. A it or n ver. A my the de rent Pond if if the wit v a Ada had of leather and hides higher. I Ranov Sal War it jump in limes a in lid All a i i Leral t o re Sain it a it v fact that hit Dar Gerou in Pretoria gratification a without the whereabouts fake last sixt Butts w have ult in vex and shot sit cents. Was Dow other Al portion. My to to of a Mer famine Anteri t Een sex a mint it from act crease. Inc at 12 of a to ii Lima in the a i the t tin the a at Ber to k As the found dead in a buggy. Lived but two hours after. Washington la. Nov. 20.�?Hie 1-Vear-old daughter of Joseph Crown was scalded to death at Richmond. An older sister spilled boiling Coffee upon her. She ii cd but two hour afterwards. Case returned a verdict for mrs. Saline by. Hillmon. Hie plaintiff after being out ten hour. Six trials have been held. The new York life settled after the fifth trial. The jury awarded mrs. Hillmon $33,122 damages�?$22,06v Meyer on a demurrer. The defendant were charged with violating the Ste Law by practising Medicine without a License. They demurred on the ground that As they gave no Medicine and administered no treatment they con 1 not be said to practice Medicine. Understood to n it a be Avail Hie in this corsetry and ready to sail at a Hort notice for Manila. Long not to benign. Washington. Nev. 20. Secretary Long Denit. Be intend to resign. Sailing orders i r Schley arc prepared. A aged Farmer sin in Quot to. Ii Art Iii a he. Webster City. La. Nov. 20.�?t. \ Conklin a Farmer was found Cicada in his buggy a St of tile City this morning. Heart disease was the Case of u was to year old. I leather. They have kept i id a to so Low since i�95 a i now they Are unable to i leather goods that Are a for three Days last we i if no. I leather for belts i Rose i cent a Day per to is predicting what the pre will be. M in t Ike la week. We y Ork. Nor. 2t the War. Of a a curing a Jur it a the Molineux Ca beings was continued today. Or will pro i by req Quot ire t entire week. 4,000 miners Idle. Terre haute id. Nev. 2< Tho is and men Ore in e the it strike of Dav labourer in la that or the in Price it of copies no one a four Nus a Block Coal mines in adv Ane eighth
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