Monday 11th December
The relief column made another attack early this morning on the Boers, somewhere this side of the River. We could hear the big guns & sometimes the reports shook the house windows in town, incessant firing was going on for 5 hours, with what damage cannot say (although we are so near we get no news the above news we only got this week through the Cape Argus a paper coming in by despatch rider). I went up to the Reservoir Camp where Mrs Kun...ly is stationed. There is a splendid view of the Kopje where the Boers are firing from, the British have a Balloon which they send up to find the enemies position in the Kopje. This you could see very plainly with the naked eye.
|9th December 1899|