Under the Union Jack, No. 30, Vol. 2, June 2nd 1900

From Bloemfontein to Pretoria. June 2,1900.] UNDER THE UNION JACK.' 701 Sorting Cartridges Captured from the Boers. A goodly number of“ soft-nosed” ones were found. The Result of British Shell-Fire. All that was left of Cronje’s waggons. Of Little Use to Our Soldiers. Mausers and Martinis taken from the Free Staters. Coloured Portraits of all the Generals at the Front in “CELEBRITIES OF THE ARMY.” 30—5
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