represented a sum total of very hard work done. And the troops richly earned the high encomiums bestowed on them by the military authorities.
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The whole of these hills has now been traversed from end to end, and the submission of all the tribes obtained, though, so long as they have their fire-arms, there is the chance of disturbances occurring at any timeaas was the case recently
at Shurkwa. Many Burmese especially in the north into Burma has now Klung tribes, who in the attack on year, were by heavy fines where they pay, by the house for paid. The Lieut. Stewart's was also punished houses being burnt heavily fined in guns, trophies were all de-Klung ex-Chief Lalway,
chin hills and village.
captives were released, by Mr. Carey. Raiding ceased. The Klung-w^ere concerned our troops last duly punished of guns and, refused to burning of a every gun not village where head was found the headmen's nd the village while the murder-stroyed. The Klung-Stewart's murderer,
remains a fugitive in the hills, and a relation of his, well known as " Jahoota," reigns in his stead as Chief of the Klung-Klung tribes. In the north the Kanhow column found a very good trade-route direct into Manipur. The Tashon column had the honour of discovering the sources of the Boinu or Kolodyne river, in longitude 90A 32 and latitude 220 51', on the 29th of March, 1892, in a morass to the wTest of the great Ramklao range.
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