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WAR NEWS COOKED
An Ominous Veil Hangs Over
the Movements of Gens
White and Yule
TBE CENSORSHIP WORKS SMOOTHLY
It is Believed However That the Two
British Forces Have Effected a
Junction Near Ladvsmith
Squadron of Hussars Cut Off By the
Boers But They Brilliantly Fought
Iheir V ay Through Three
of Them Are Missing
London Oct 20 With unconscious
humor a Cape Town correspondent
telegraphed Wednesday The censor
ship which is aiwas a delicate mat
ter is working- smoothly and without
a hitch
This exactlr hits off the state of af
fairs at present An ominous veil is
still drawn over the movements of
Gen Sir George Stewart White and
Gen Yule Keyond belated Ladysmith
dispatches concerning the Elandslaagte
fight which are still filtering in the
British public is left in complete dark
ness and to conjecture over cooked
war office dispatches The officials of
the war office Wednesday evening said
that very few dispatches have arrived
and that nothing further was to be ex
pected until morning
Since it is practically cei tain that
Gen Yule has now effected a junction
with Gen White although tuis was
not brought about Tuesday night as
announced by the Daily Mai out some
time on Wednesday and as both are
now in a position of safety conjecture
concerns itself chiefly with t te man
ner of Gen Yules retreat That it
was hasty is evident Was it disorder
ly Was any considerable camp equip
ment abandoned Was there any fight
ing on the way Such ques
tions and like them the puu
is anxiously asking Since the receiot
of Gen Whites curious first descrip
tion of the Ladysmith fight in which
the British lost a hundred men iittie
reliance can be placed on the official
dispatches While the concealment of
the facts regarding1 Gen Yules retreat
can be amply justified on the ground
of keeping the intelligence from the
Boers the hiding of the news respect
ing the Hussars and Fusiliers who
were apparently captured in the battle
of- Glencoe is severely criticised no in
timation even having been given that
the officers were missing
London Oct 26 A squadron of hus
sars usually consists of three troops of
28 men each or about 83 officers and
men of the ISth Hussars are supposed
to have been captured
A dispatch to the Daily Telegraph
from Ladysmith dated Monday says
Thirty of the ISth Hussars who
were sent from Glencoe to intercept
the retreat of the Boers jrora Elands
laagte were cut off by the enemy Un
der Sergt Baldrey they brilliantly
fought their way across the Biggars
berg the enemy pursuing and firing
at them at a range of 300 vards along
the passes They arrived here at 10
oclock this morning Three of the
troop are missing- owing to the break
down of their horses The Boers used
a Maxim A lieutenant of the Hussars
with a party was driven back to Glen
coe The Hussars were fired at as iar
down as Modersprujt
The war office returns show that the
total British casualties since the be
ginning of hostilities reach 597 IS of
ficers having been killed and 55 wound
ed and 70 men killed and 4S5 wounded
There are 13 unaccounted for
This total however does not include
the squadron of the 18th Huzzars
which went astray near Dundee and
the officers of the Dublin Fusiliers
The report of heav3 losses sent from
Rietfontein came as an unpleasant sur
prise as Gen Whites telegram to the
ware office Wednesday gave the im
pression that there was merely a
brush
Gen Sir Redvers Buller is expected
to arrive at the Cape early next week
and the indications are that some
troops have already arrived at the
front and been in the fighting whose
arrival has not yet been announced
Death From Lockjaw
Fort Dodge la Oct 26 William
Henry Daniels a farmer living below
Lehigh a member of a well known
pioneer Webster county family died
Wednesday morning with lockjaw
Last Friday his foot caught in the
loosened wire of an old broom and he
gave it an energetic kick In some
way the wfre penetrated his leg be
tween the ankle and knee inflicting
a painful wound The wound grew
-worse lockjaw resulting and death
following
count of ill health
Miss Sinan K Anthony to Retire
THE BOURKOX NEWS PAklS KT FRIDAY OCTOBER 27 1899
THE PERSONNEL BILL
C hief Engineer of the Navy Fails to See
Any 1eneflt to the Department
Electricity Steam
Washington Oct 26 The three
leading features of the annual report
of Adm Melville engineer-in-chief
of the navy are the chapters devoted
to personnel to the merits of electric
versus steam machinery and to the
proposition to consolidate the naval
construction bureau The general les
sons of the war it is said were in no
way indicative of any desirable change
in the machinery of our ships with
the exception of increasing the evapor
ating plants and the adoption with all
practical and economical promptness
of the water tube xyve of boilers
Adm Melville expresses his inability
to see indications of the benefit to the
navy which was expected to result
from the operations of the personnel
bill lie said that his hope was to see
a vast addition to the number of offi
cers who would give attention to en
gineering matters and he still hopes
that a comprehensive union of the line
and engineering vocations Will result
and that no department regulations
may be permitted to exist which will
prevent this consummation Depart
mental regulations insisting upon
service of the line officers alternately
in the engine rooms as well as upon
deck are necessary he sa3s to give
them practice
An important chapter in the report
deals with the scope of the work now
executed by the bureati of steam en
gineering which is set out in order to
combat the propositionlo amalgamate
the constructive bureaus of the navy
department a matter which the ad
mral regrets has even been speculated
on He says that not only is the trend
of modern mechanical work in all
branches towards increased specializa
tion but the wisdom of such a trend
is not questioned by the leading talent
in the outside world of constructive
work
The steam engineering bureau has
1 finaliv arrived at the conclusion that
it is a mistaken policy to carry so far
along the practice of driving the aux
iliary machinery of ships by electrici
ty and the present reporl presents a
strong line of reasoning to support it
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT
The Annual Ileport of Auditor Henry C
Castle for the Fiscal Year Ended
June Ji 189J Made Public
Washington Oct 26 The annual
report of Auditor Henry A Castle of
the post office department for the fis
cal year ended June o0 1S99 has been
transmitted to the secretary of the
treasury and postmaster general This
bureau has the largest accounting of
fice in the government or perhaps in
the world since it is the clearing
house of the entire postal service
The report hows a volume of transac
tions aggregating about 5040000000
for the fiscal jear The revenues
Df the postal service were 95021
ZS4 expenditures of the postal service
101632161 volume of money order
transaction 442483864 There has
been an increase in both of these items
and in each one of the various sub
divisions thereof showing the auditor
says that the postal service is increas
ing in all of its parts even keeping in
advance of the development of the
country in other respects
The deficit in postal revenues was
16610776 the smallest since 1802 and
Duly hall that of 1S97
The number of post offices in the
United States on June oO was 74o4
and 1J1 of these were doing a money
order business The money order serv
ice of the government was conducted
last year at a loss of considerably over
5100000
LIEUT BRUMBY IN ATLANTA
He V as Given a 1ubiic Reception and
Presented it ha Sword From the Peo
ple of Georgia by Gov Candler
Atlanta Ga Oct 26 The arrival
oi Lieut of the Olympia
Wednesday night to receive his formal
welcome into the city and his native
state was the signal for a noisy and
mthusidstic demonstration A special
train on the Western Atlantic
brought him from his home at Mari
etta Ga 20 miles from Atlanta
where he went Tuesday to spend
at short time with his mother and
relatives Wednesday night he was
riven a reception at the Capital City
2lub and Thursday the presentation of
the sword from the people of Georgia
took place The ceremony occurred in
front of the state capitoi and the
iword was presented by Gov Candler
Brumby and the reception committee
hen went to the reviewing stand on
Peachtree street where the military
parade made up of troops from all
parts of Georgia and many adjoining
itates was witnessed The lieuteu
ints family are guests of the city dur
ng his stav here
No yore lielief Supplies Needed
Consul John K Pollard Dead NY ASHIXGTOX Oct 26 Gen Davis at
Cincinnati Oct 24 lion John K Porto Kico ecnesuay cabled the war
Pollard United States consul general ienartment that no more relief sup-
to Monterey Mex died at his home ohes are needed there before the trans
in Carthage O Sunday night He port scheduled to leave for Porto llioo
came north some months ago on November 8
Number of Students at Harvard
Cambridge Mass Oct 26 A
Rochester N Y Oct 24 Susan iation 0f the students in the Harvard
B Anthony Sunday night aniversity shows that this year there
ted the statement that she would re- ftre i Q7 students attending the
tire from the presidency of the brarjChes of the universit an increase
tional Suffrage association at the of 167 over last yean
Washington convention in February
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MOTHER-IN-LAW DISSOLVED
An Inipeennlons Artist Who Went
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la This Instance It Waa Itongh and
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Zulus A glance ver his shoulder had
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volver When the troopers pony
trotted up the Zulus were almost upon
the two soldiers fortunatelj they had
discarded their spears and were mis
handling captured carbines Now in a
melodrama or in a realistic novel edify
ing to schoolgirls the language of these
two gallant soldiers one to the other
there amid the squealing Zulu bul
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Music lias an Inspiring Effect mid
Aids in Dispelling Weari
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all the armies of the world musical war
signals are considered not only use
ful but absolutely indispensable The
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countries give the music and signifi
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calls of naming of assembling of
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soldiers
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ways for purposes of war In the way
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the mother of victory
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their anger incites their fanaticism
and by accompanying their war dances
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of war For this reason it is among
warlike nations that early music was
most developed
The German armv includes more than
j 10000 military musicians Other power-
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rather less numbers in military bands
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