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couragement given by
Government, 44 ; Col. H. T.
Bru-de-Wold, 46 ; Reserves,
51 ; Intelligence and Maps,
53 ; Transport, 55, 418 ;
Medical Corps, 57 ; Veteri-
nary and Remounts, 58 ;
Ordnance and Equipment, 58;
Service Corps, 59 ; Telegraph
Corps, 60; Engineer Corps,
60 ; Natal Police, 60 ;
Cadets, 65 ; extraordinary :
Royston's Horse, Natal Ran-
gers, Natal Native Horse and
Zululand Native Police, 61.
Other assistance, see Offers of
Assistance.



INDEX



573



Military System, Zulu. See Zulu
MiJitary System.

Militia, Active : Mobilization, 42,
130, 225, 439, 443 ; strength,
49, 50, 455 ; demobilization,
395, 400, 454, 455. See
Apps. III., IV. and VI.

Militia Reserves : Mobilization,
42, 225 ; Lt.-Col. Wales, 53 ;
strength, 53, 455 ; with Mac-
kay's column, 256 ; with
U.F.F., 260 ; demobilization,
279 : Umsinga, 322 ; with
Murray-Smith's column, 324 ;
at Buffalo River, 330 ; Dinu-
zulu Expedition, 441 ; with
Vryheid column, 454. See
also 52, Militia Act, and Apps.
III., IV., and VII.

Militia Act : Passing of, 39, 41 ;
meaning of " organization,"
40 ; Active Militia and Re-
serves, 42 ; strength of Ac-
tive Militia, 42 ; mobilization,
42 ; Natives and other col-
oured male population, 43 ;
amending Act, 43 ; election
of officers. Reserves, 43.

Militia Composite Regiment, 398,
456, 458.

Milton, Trumpeter, C, 173.

Miskofeli, 141, 142.

Missionary Societies, 35.

Mjongo : At Trewirgie, 124, 129 ;
kraal and crops destroyed,
138 ; taken prisoner, 147 ;
trial and execution, 150, 403.
See also 125.

Mnyamana, 207.

Mobilization. See Militia, Active
and Militia Reserves.

Moe, Maj. G. : Natal Native
Horse, 62 ; Pomeroy, 331.

Molyneux, Maj. G. J., 241.

Molyneux, Lt.-Col. W. H. A., 66.

Mome : Action at, 301 ; losses
among troops and rebels, 311 ;
strength of rebels, 316 ; con-
sequences of action, 342. See
also 206, 282.

Montgomery, Capt. J. W. V., 398.

Moor, Rt. Hon. Sir F. R., 426.

Moses : At Mpanza, 177 ; accom-
panies Bambata to Nkandhla,
182 ; killed, Mome, 310.

Mpande (Zulu king) : Takes re-
fuge in Natal, 6 ; battle with
Dingana, 6 ; Paramoimt
Chief, 7 ; military system,
72.



Mpanza : Outbreak at Mpanza
155-177 ; visit of Maj. Clarke
and police to, 165 ; Magis-
trate and party attacked,
168 ; Bambata's attack on
Police, 171 ; effect on Natives
of success at, 410. See also
505.

Mpukunyoni : Action at, 269-
275.

Mpumela, 186, 260, 438, 492.

Mpumulwana and Wome : Action
at, 379.

Mtele, 104, 264, 277, 310, 322, 325.

Mtonga, 342, 348.

Mudie, C. J., Supt. of Education,
66.

Miiller, Chief-Leader A., 325.

Mimtumuni, 187, 188.

Murders : H. Smith, 120 ; S. H.
K. Hunt and G. Armstrong,
125 ; H. M. Stainbank, 219,
502 ; Walters, 240 ; A.
Powell, 348 ; Sangreid, 349 ;
O. E. Veal, 377 ; mutilation
of bodies, 176, 378 ; in Dinu-
zulu's ward, 429 ; Gence, 430,
502 ; Sitshitshili, 430, 491 ;
Dinuzulu believed to be im-
plicated in, 437 ; arrest of
murderers by N.P., 459 ;
Mpumela, 492. See also 221,
431, 438, 509.

Murray-Smith, Lt.-Col. W. : At
Helpmakaar, 322, 324 ; with
U.F.F., 327 ; Izinsimba, 388.

Murray-Smith's Column : Convoy,
Dundee to Empandhleni, 250 ;
Elands Kraal, 325 ; Nqoro,
326.

Mutilation of bodies, see Murders.

Mveli and his tribe : Payment of
poll tax, 122 ; affair with
police, Trewirgie, 123 ; assist
troops, 138 ; searching for
murderers, 146. See also 147.

Natal: Early history, 1-13, 18;
colonists, see Colonists, Natal ;
annexation, 7 ; military
organization, see Military Or-
ganization ; becomes a
Colony, 9 ; Imperial garrison,
9 ; Responsible Government,
9 ; population in 1835, 18 ;
Boer government, 19.

Natal Carbineers : Formation, 7 ;
Bushman's Pass, 1 1 ; history
of, 374 ; mobilization, 136,
191 ; Trewirgie, 137 ;



574



INDEX



strength, 191 ; Ndindindi,
218 ; Helpmakaar, 225 ;
Nkandhla to Helpmakaar
with convoy, 239 ; Ensinga-
bantu, 250 ; Tate, 252 ; in
ZuUiland with Mackay, 256 ;
Mome, 282, 305 ; Nkandhla
forests, 285, 294 ; Manzi-
pambana, 285 ; Elands
Kraal, 325 ; Peyana, 355 ;
Thring's Post, 374 ; Meseni's
ward, 376-377 ; Umvoti val-
ley, 381 ; Izinsimba, 387 ; at
Mapumulo, 398 ; disband-
ment, 400 ; Dinuzulu Expe-
dition, 440, 445 ; leave Non-
goma for Vryheid, 454 ;
demobilization, 456. See also
216, 250, 323, 324, 327, 329,
331, 354.

Natal Field Artillery : Formation,
7 ; mobilization, 136 ; at
Pv-ichmond, 137 ; Mapumulo,
147 ; Mpanza, 179 ; Cetsh-
wayo's grave, 247 ; with
Mackay in Zululand, 256,
329 ; with U.F.F., 260 ; Gun
Hill, 282 ; Mome, 301 ; Dim-
dee to Helpmakaar, 324 ;
Elands Kraal, 325 ; Nkan-
dhla, 333 ; Ensingabantu,
339 ; Peyana, 354 ; with
Barker's column, 360 ; Mac-
rae's store, 362 ; Insuze,
367 ; Ponjwana, 371 ;

Meseni's ward, 376 ; Izin-
simba, 387 ; Ndhlovu's ward
393 ; demobiHzed, 394 ;
Dinuzulu Expedition, 444,
453. See also 191, 216, 227,
341, 354, 396.

Natal Indian Congress, 65.

Natal Medical Corps, 57, 137, 227,
260.

Natal Mounted PoHce, 39.

Natal Mounted Rifles : Forma-
tion, 7 ; Mapumulo, 147, 344,

354 ; Bobe, 230 ; join U.F.F.,
250, 256 ; Umsinga to Help-
makaar, 322 ; Elands Kraal,
325 ; Otimati, 350 ; Peyana,

355 ; Meseni's ward, 376 ;
Mpumulwana and Wome,
380 ; Izimsimba, 387 ;
Ndhlovu's ward, 391. See
also 228, 250, 324, 327.

Natal Native Horse : Enrolment,
62 ; arrive Nomangci with
remounts, 294 ; Nkandhla
forests, 295 ; clearing-up



work done by, 399 ; disband-
ment, 400. See also 329, 331.
341, and App. XI.

Natal Native Trust, 36.

Natal Naval Corps : Mapumulo,
147; Bobe, 230; Cetsh-
wayo's grave, 247 ; Nkan-
dhla forests, 294 ; Izinsimba,
390 ; Ndhlovu's ward, 393 ;
demobilized, 394 ; Dinuzulu
Expedition, 452. See also
227, 396.

Natal Police : Formation, 7 ; per-
sonnel, 60 ; at Mapumulo,
122 ; Trewirgie, 123, 137 ;
at Thornville Junction, 137 ;
Mpanza, 165 ; Grey town,
170 ; proceed to Keate's
Drift to rescue ladies and
child, 170 ; ambuscaded at
Mpanza, 171 ; Mpanza val-
ley, 179 ; proceed to Nkan-
dhla, 186 ; Middle Drift to
Empandhleni, 190; at Empan-
dhleni, 191, 194 ; Empan
dhleni to Fort Yolland, 194^
217 ; in pursuit of Bambata,
216 ; at Fort Yolland, 217!
227 ; Nkandhla, 225, 285,
294, 333 ; Bobe, 231 ; Ma
cala, 246 ; Cetshwayo's grave
247 ; Komo and Fort Yol-
land, 251 ; Mome, 282, 301
at Umsinga, 321 ; Ensinga
bantu, 339 ; proceed to Ngu
dwini, 360, 396 ; Izinsimba
390 ; Ndhlovu's ward, 393
patrols, 431 ; at Melmoth
443 ; at Nongoma, 443, 445
Dinuzulu Expedition, 443
rebels in hiding shot by, 459
arrest of murderers, 459
See also 133, 144, 147, 178
259, 456.

Natal Police Field Force, See
Natal Police.

Natal Rangers : Formation, 62,
249 ; at Nomangci, 294 ;
Nkandhla, 294, 333 ; Mome,
305 ; Kotongweni, 336 ; En-
singabantu, 339, 396 ; Em-
pandhleni to Fort Yolland,
341 ; Meseni's ward, 376 ;
Izinsimba, 387 ; Ndhlovu's
ward, 391 ; Thring's Post,
395 ; Macala and Mfongozi
vaUey, 396 ; clearing-up
work done by, 399 ; garrison
duty, 400; disbandment, 400.
See also 329, 341, 374, 385.



INDEX



575



Natal Royal Rifles : Formation,
7; mobilization, 136; at
Richmond, 138, 141 ; at
Dundee, 250; with U.F.F.,
260 ; convoy, Diindee to
Nkandhla, 327 ; with U.F.F.,
330 ; demobiHzed, 395 ;
Dinuzulu Expedition, 452.
See also 147, 250, 258, 324, 374.

Natal Service Corps, 137, 260.

Natal Telegraph Corps, 137, 260.

Natal Veterinary Corps, 260.

Nathan, Sir Matthew, 429, 441,
491.

Native Administration. See Na-
tive Administration in Natal
(18-37).

Native Affairs Commission (1906-
7) : Reforms proposed by,
422 ; appointment of, 424 ;
scope and constitution, 425 ;
report, 425 ; evidence by
Natives before, 515 ; Na-
tives' desire for a Paramount
Chief, 533. See also 428.

Native Corps : Proposed creation
of permanent. See App. XI.

Native High Court, 28, 347.

Native Police : Attitude during
RebelHon, 420.

Native policy : Boer, 19 ; In-
structions to Governor, 20 ;
principles governing, 21 ; Sir
T, Shepstone, 23 ; laying
off of " locations," 23 ; hut
tax, 24 ; isibalo (corvee),
25 ; Code of Native law, 27 ;
Native High Court, 28 ; ad-
ministration of Native affairs,
28, 31 ; S. O. Samuelson, 28 ;
Commissioner for Native Af-
fairs, 29 ; tribal system, 29 ;
land tenure, 32 ; Commis-
sions, 34 ; Constitution Act
(1893), 35; land grants to
missionary societies, 35 ; pro-
motion of industries by
Government, 36 ; exemp-
tion from Native law, 36 ;
qualifications for franchise,
37 ; disabilities of Natives,
37 ; principle of dissevering
tribes, 89 ; independence (of
Native Christians) of Chief's
control, 128 ; inadequacy of
organic connection between
Europeans and Natives, 528 ;
value of tribal system, 530 ;
desire of Natives for a head,
632.



Natives : Refugees, 8, 19 ; antag-
onism between those of
Natal and Zululand, 9 ; isi-
balo (corvee), 25 ; habits and
customs, see Habits and Cus-
toms ; tribal system, 29-34 ;
franchise, 37 ; crops de-
stroyed by locusts, 92 ; rents
on farms, 94, 159 ; working
at Johannesburg, 97 ; Ethio-
pian propaganda, 97 ; inde-
pendent attitude of youths,
97 ; taxation, 99 ; Census,
100 ; disturbing rumours be-
fore the Rebellion, 113 ;
resent paying poll tax, 118;
possibility of general rising,
Zululand and Natal, 226 ;
mobility of, 376 ; effect of
Dinuzulu's arrest on, 455 ;
Crown Colony govt., 507,
514 ; Kolwas (Christians),
520 ; superstitious beliefs,
see Superstitious Beliefs.

Native Wars, etc., 10.

Native Women : Position, 33 ;
in Insuze valley, 239 ; assist-
ance given rebels by, 244 ;
destitute (of Bambata's tribe)
provided for, 260 ; Mome
valley, 284.

Ndabaningi : Fined, 184 ; Bobe,
235 ; negotiations re sur-
render, 245 ; trial, 403. See
also 249, 315.

Ndabayake, 452.

Ndabuko : At war with Zibebu,
14 ; tried and deported to
St. Helena, 16 ; repatriation,
16. See also 111.

Ndhlovu ka Timuni : Otimati,
353 ; trial, 403 ; release.
476. See also 346, 391.

Ndube, 186, 229.

Nel, Chief Leader John, 180, 260.

Neville, Sergt.-Maj. S. L., 367.

Newcastle Reserves : At Help-
makaar, 256, 322, 324 ;
with Mackay, 256 ; Elands
Kraal, 325 ; Vryheid, 454.

New Hanover Reserves : At Little
Noodsberg Hall, 366 ; Insuze,
367 ; Ponjwana, 371 ; de-
mobilized, 394.

Newmarch, Maj. W. J. S., 265, 279.

Newspaper Mission Station, 366.

Ngobizembe : Surrender and de-
position, 149 ; part of tribe
join Bambata, 318 ; cattle-
fine, 343. See also 122.



676



INDEX



Ngqengqengqe, 166, 494.

Ngimi (abe), 207.

Nhlonhlo : Poll tax, 161 ; in-
fluence on Bambata, 165.
See also 166.

Nicholson, W., 139.

Njubanjuba, 370.

Nkandhla : Strength of rebel
force at, 191 ; forests, 204 ;
stronghold, 205 ; history of
tribe at, 207 ; Sir D. McKen-
zie on operations at, 415.

Nkantolo, 375.

Nkomondala (Dinuzulu's body-
guard), 113.

Nondubela, 104, 310, 322.

Nongqai (Zululand Native Police) :
Re-enlisted, 62 ; at Mapu-
mulo, 150 ; Mpanza, 179 ;
at Empandhleni, 190, 194 ;
at Fort Yolland, 217 ; Komo,
227 ; Bobe, 231 ; Macala,

246 ; Cetshwayo's grave,

247 ; Mome valley, 282 ;
Nkandhla forests, 294 ;
Mome, 301 ; Ndhlovu's ward,
393 ; at Ngudwini, 396 ;
loyalty of, 420. See also 170,
178, 186, and App. XI.

Northern District Mounted Rifles :
Macala, 246 ; Cetshwayo's
grave, 246 ; Ensingabantu,
250, 339 ; Manzipambana,
285 ; Nkandhla, 294, 333 ;
Mome, 305 ; Macrae's store,
362 ; Meseni's ward, 376 ;
Mpumulwana and Wome,
380 ; Izinsimba, 387 ; Vry-
heid, 454. See also 219, 225,
227, 242.

Ntshingumuzi, 347, 364.

Ntvmgwa (ama), 207.

Nuss, Lieut. J. H. C, 259, 264,
271.

Ofeni gorge, 333.

Offers of Assistance : Imperial
Government, 63 ; Cape, 64,
222 ; Transvaal, 64, 222 ; Sir
Abe Bailey, 65 ; Natal Indian
Congress, 65 ; Natal Colonists
(in London), 65 ; other offers,
65.

Oglesby's store : Attack on con-
voy, 331, 348 ; looting of,
350.

Ohver, Tpr. G. O., 299.

Ordnance. See Military Organiza-
tion.

Organization. See Military Organ-



ization and Rebel Organiza-
tion.

Otimati : Attack on convoy, 331 ;
action at, 350 ; rebels killed
at, 352.

Ottley, Sub. Inspr. C. R., 171, 321.

Paula, 201, 310.

Peace, Sir Walter, 65.

Peakman, Lt.-Col. T., 329.

Peet, Hon. Capt. J., 224.

Peyana (Hlonono) : Action at,
354.

Phenomena : Disease in Kaffir
corn, 102 ; hailstorm, 102 ;
ball of fire, 125.

Pietermaritzburg : Laid off by
Boers, 7 ; garrison, 9 ; par-
ade of troops, 402 ; scare,
422 ; Special Court at, 475.

Piet Retief : Arrival in Natal,
4 ; massacre, 6, 183.

Pig-and-white-fowl-killing order :
Promulgation of, 103 ; Dinu-
zulu denies issuing, 105, 489 ;
spreading of rumour, 108,
132 ; attributed to Dinuzulu,
486.

Polela : Native defiance at, 127.

Poll tax : Tribes combine on
account of, 90 ; on whom it
fell, 99 ; Dinuzulu's prompt-
ness in paying, 118, 489;
resentment of Natives, 118 ;
place and time of payment,
118; defiance of Natives at
collections, 121, 122, 130, 143 ;
MveH's tribe, 122, 132;
amounts collected in various
years, 131; Mid-Illovo, 139;
Fynn's tribe, 143 ; Bambata,
160, 161 ; Nhlonhlo, 161 ;
Sigananda and his tribe, 184 ;
failure of Natives to pay,
192 ; Kula and Nondubela,
320 ; Tulwana, 320 ; Me-
seni's tribe, 346 ; inciting
cause of Rebellion, 520. See
also 488.

Poll Tax Act : Passing of, 99 ;
independence of youths in-
creased by, 101 ; reception
of, at Umsinga, 319. See also
420, 513.

Ponjwana (Sikota's Kraal) : Ac-
tion at, 371.

Powell, Tpr. A., 348, 352.

Prime Minister. See Smythe, Hon.
C. J., and Moor, Rt. Hon. Sir
F. R.



INDEX



577



I^rince Imperial of France, 13,
266.

Prior, Capt. A., 59.

Prisoners : Attempted escape and
shooting of, at Rorke's Drift,
398 ; sentences passed on
rank and file, 404 ; care and
employment of, 404 ; ring-
leaders sent to St. Helena,
404 ; release, 442, 459, 476.

Pimtan, Lt.-Col. H. H. C, 403.

Qudeni, 185, 295.
Queen's Own Cameron High-
landers, 64.
Qwabe : Origin of tribe, 345.

Railway Department (Natal), 57,
445.

Rattray, Capt, P. M. : Elands
Kraal, 325 ; Mpumulwana
and Wome, 380 ; Izinsimba,
388.

Rebellion: Nature of the, 505;
Europeans' fear of general
massacre, 508 ; statistics,
Zulu War, 13.

Rebel Organization (1906), 89-91,
411.

Rebels : Surrender of outstanding,
399 ; number of, and casual-
ties, 405 ; used as spies, 414 ;
at Usutu, 426. See also 452,
454 and 89-91.

Regiments. See Zulu Military
System. See also 235, 317.

Remounts, 58, 417.

Renaud, E. : Engaged to assist
in Dinuzulu's defence, 447 ;
at Nongoma, 447 ; at Dinu-
zulu's preliminary examina-
tion, 460 ; at Dinuzulu's trial,
471 ; defends Mankulumana
and Mgwaqo, 475.

Rents on farms. See Natives.

Reserves. See Militia Reserves.

Rexer guns : Presented to Natal
by Natalians, London, 65 ;
at Peyana, 356 ; at Macrae's
store, 364 ; report on, 419.

Richards, Lieut. G. R., 323, 327.

Rifle Associations, 7, 61.

Rinderpest, 92.

Ripon, Lord, 481.

Ritchie, Lt.-Col. J., 350.

Roads, need of, 419.

Robbins, W. C, 349.

Roberts, Sergt., 266.

Robinson, Capt. A., 293.



Robinson, G. E., 471.

Rodwell, Maj. C. N. H., 285.

Rose, Inspr. J. E., 168.

Rowland, Maj. M. C, 225.

Royston, Lt. Col. J. R. : In com-
mand, Royston's Horse, 62 ;
his services, 212 ; Cetsh-
wayo's grave, 241 ; Tate
gorge, 252 ; Manzipambana,
291; Mome, 305; .Macala,
Qudeni and Rorke's Drift,
396 ; demonstrations, Krantz-
kop, Mfongozi and Qudeni,
399 ; gatherings of Natives
addressed by, 399.

Royston's Column : Demonstra-
tions in Mfongozi valley,
Mangeni and Rorke's Drift,
396-398 ; seizure of Mat-
shana's cattle, 397 ; further
demonstrations, 399. See also
333, 341.

Royston's Horse : Recruiting of,
61, 212 ; part of Z.F.F., 227 ;
Cetshwayo's grave, 241, 247,
248 ; Macala, 246 ; En-
singabantu, 250 ; Tate gorge,
252 ; Mome, 282-305 ; Manzi-
pambana, 285 ; Nkandhla
294, 333; Meseni's ward
376 ; Mpiunulwana and
Wome, 380 ; Mfongozi val-
ley, Mangeni, and Rorke's
Drift, 396 ; demonstrations,
Krantzkop, Nkandhla and
Qudeni, 399 ; Noodsberg, 399 ;
disbandment, 400. See also
225, 336, 341, 361.

Royston, Col. W., 39.

Rumours, 106, 113, 338.

Samuelson, R. C. A. : At Dinu-
zulu's preliminary examina-
tion, 460 ; at Dinuzulu's
trial, 471.

Samuelson, S. O. : Appointed
Under Secretary for Native
Affairs, 28 ; at Mid-Illovo,
140.

Saner, Lieut. R. V., 369.

Sangreid, 349.

Saunders, Sir Charles : Attempt
to raise levy to operate at
Mapumulo, 148 ; proposed
retirement of Sigananda, 184 ;
arming of Natives to capture
Bambata, 187 ; Sigananda
and capture of Bambata, 1 89,
191, 193; visits Usutu, 189,
213, 434; troops at Nkan-



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578



INDEX



dhla, 190, 191, 211 ; his faith
in Dinuzulu's loyalty, 117,
191, 194, 213, 487 ; against
acceptance of Dinuzulu's offer
of levy, 215 ; appointed Poli-
tical Agent, ZuJuland, 227 ;
Dinuzulu's proposed visit to
Governor, 426 ; Sitshitshili's
murder, 430 ; Dinuzulu Expe-
dition, 444. See also 433, 480.

Scares : During Rebellion, 162,
327, 422.

Schreiner, Hon. W. P. : Senior
Counsel for Defence in Rex
V. Dinuzulu, 463, 471, 474.

SchuUer, Capt. O., 249, 454.

Searchlights, 60, 418.

Secretary for Native Affairs. See
Shepstone, Sir Theophilus.

Secretary of State for Colonies.
See Elgin, Lord, and Ripon,
Lord.

Service Corps, 59, 227.

Shepstone, A. J., 534.

Shepstone, Henrique C, 468.

Shepstone, Sir Theophilus : Natal
Native Corps, 7 ; Diplomatic
Agent, 23 ; hut tax, 24, 118,
120 ; Secretary for Native
Affairs, 25 ; Natives' appro-
val of his regime, 507, 514.

" Shepstonian policy," 25.

Shuter, F. P., 345.

Sibindi : Arrests Bambata's mes-
sengers, 178 ; Mpanza, 180 ;
Mpukunyoni, 270 ; prevents
Bambata crossing into his
ward, 322. See also 260, 264,
268, 330.

Sigananda : Rebellious attitude
of tribe in re poll tax, 184 ;
Ndabaningi, 184 ; arrival of
Bambata, 188 ; Dinuzulu's
promised assistance, 188 ;
held responsible for capture
of Bambata, 189, 193 ; con-
ference with men of his tribe
regarding Bambata, 196 ; or-
ders tribe to join Bambata,
197 ; doctoring of tribe, 199 ;
addresses rebel impi, 200 ;
influence of Dinuzulu on,
202 ; messages urging loyal
Chiefs to rebel, 203 ; Dinu-
zulu's conflicting messages,
203 ; history of tribe, 207 ;
related to Dinuzulu, 208 ;
iron-smelting, 208 ; incidents
in life prior to Rebellion,
209 ; his great age, 211 ;



size of tribe, 211 ; his where-
abouts discovered, 296 ; sur-
render, 336 ; assists in ob-
taining surrenders, 338 ; trial,
403, 496 ; death, 400. See
also 218, 246, 314.

Signalling Corps, 227, 274.

Sikobobo, 112.

Sikota's kraal. See Ponjwana.

Sikukuku, 398, 403.

Silwana, 106, 178, 260, 322, 327,
456.

Simkins, Capt. E., 260, 392, 399.

Siteku (Dinuzulu's uncle), 203,
347.

Sitimela, 199, 201.

Sitshitshili : saves Dinuzulu's life,
15 ; plucky behaviour, 184,
238 ; murder, 430, 491.

Siyekiwe. See Bambata's wife.

Sjoblom, Sgt. J. E., 353.

Smith, Henry ; Murder of, 120.

Smith, Sir William, 468, 474.

Smith, Capt. W. H., 350.

Smyth, Dr. R. Milner, 384.

Smythe, Hon. C. J. (Prime Minis-
ter), 44, 152, 408, 424.

Smythe Ministry, 44, 98, 408, 426.

Solomon, Sir Richard, 222.

South African Native Congress,
527.

Sparks, Lt.-Col. H. : In command
N.M.R., Mapumulo, 344. See
also 329.

Special Court : creation of, 468 ;
at Grey town, 47 1 ; at Pieter-
maritzburg, 475.

Special Service Squadrons : Mont-
gomery, 398, 399 ; Simkins,
399 ; Blaker, 400.

Stainbank, H. M., 219, 422.

Steele, Tpr. H., 273, 275.

Stephens, Sergt. F. W., 125.

Stephenson, Maj.-Gen. T. E. : De-
puted by Imperial Govern-
ment to witness operations,
251 ; Mome vaUey, 283 ; Man-
zipambana, 285 ; leaves for
Transvaal, 338 ; opinion, 526.

Steyn, Tpr. H. W., 283.

Stopford, Lieut. R., C.M.R., 223.

Strategy and tactics : Rebels,'
410-414.

Strength of Act. Militia, Dinu-
zulu Expedition. See App.
VI.

Strength of Forces in the Field
(1906). A^eeApp. IIL

Strength of Reserves, Dinuzulu
Expedition. See App. VII.



INDEX



579



Stretcher-bearers, Indian. See
Indian stretcher-bearers.

Stronghold. See Mome.

Stuart, Capt. J. : Sent to Nkan-
dhla v^'ith. identification partj^^,
258 ; receives Dinuzuhi's sur-
render, 447. See also 200.

Superstitious BeHefs : Zulu Kiufts
and control of the elements,
104 ; cattle-killing order, Kaf-
fraria (1857), 107 ; power of
drugs to ward off bullets, 177,
200, 236 ; doctoring of impis,
see Habits and Customs.

Supplies. See Militarj^ Organiza
tion.

Supplies (Rebels), 91, 203, 228,
247.

Supreme Court, 403.

Surrenders, 244, 284, 342, 394.

Sutton Ministry, 98.

Swaimana, 346, 382.

Tate Gorge : Operations at, 251 ;

description of, 251 ; action

at, 253.
Tatham, C, 165.
Taxation. See Hut tax, Poll tax,

and Poll Tax Act.
Telegraph Corps, CO, 257.
" Terpsichore," H.M.S., 04.
Thring's Post, 350, 360, 301, 365,

373, 374.

Tick Fever (East Coast Fever), 93.

Tilonko, 104, 139, 398, 403.

Titlestad, Sergt. E., 250, 290, 335,
338, 414.

Townsend, Maj. A. C, 136, 324.

Transport : Eequisitioning, 55 t
pack and mule, 57, 417 ; at
Kombe, 336 ; reports on,
417. See also App. V.

Transvaal : Boer settlers from
Natal, 7 ; assistance given by
Government of to Natal, 64,
65, 222, 249 ; settlement of
Dinuzulu in, 470.

Transvaal Mounted Rifles : For-
mation, 223 ; composition
and mobilization, 224 ; part
of Z.F.F.. 227 ; leave for
Ntingwe, 237 ; Macala, 240 ;
Cetshwayo's grave, 247 ; En-
singabantu. 250 ; Mome, 283,
30i-305 ; Nkaiidhla forests,
285, 294, 295 ; Insuze, 307 ;
Ponjwana, 371 ; Esidumbini,

374, 382 : reception at Dur-
ban, 401. See also 225.

Trewirgie (near Byrnetown) : At-



tack on Pohce, 123, 133 ;
troops converge on, 137 ;
nature of outbreak, 505.

Tribal System : Description of,
29-34 ; principle of " collec-
tive responsibilit}^" 33, 193 ;
reasons for maintaining, 530.

Tshaka : reign of, 2 ; friendliness
towards British colonists, 4 ;
assassination, 4 ; founder of
Zulu Mihtary System, 67, 68.

Tshanibezwe, 207, 493.

Tshingana (Dinuzulu's uncle) :
Deported to St. Helena, 16 ;
repatriation, 16 ; removed
from Zululand to Natal, 404.
See also 111.

Tshokobezi badge : Description
of, 198 ; worn by Bambata's
men, 198 ; at Bobe, 232 ;
tribes of Kula and Nondubela,
320 ; Oglesby's store, 348 ;
Pej^ana, 358. See also 75,

Umsinga, 319.

Umsinga Reserves, 322, 325.

Umvoti valley. See Meseni.

Umvoti Field Force : Operations
by, 257-265 ; strength and
disposition, 260 ; in Zululand,
263 ; at Ngubevu, 264 ;
Mpukunyoni, 269 ; Mfongozi
valley and Kotongweni, 330 ;
Kombe, 335 ; Peyana, 354 ;
Thring's Post, 373. See also
268, 275, 327, 331, 335, 339.

Umvoti Mounted Rifles : Mapu-
mulo, 147 ; Grevtown, 169 ;
Mpanza, 179 ; Macala, 242 ;
Keate's Drift, 259, 260 ;
Nkandhla district, 260 ; at
Ngubevu, 264 ; Mpukunyoni,
268 ; Meseni's ward, 376 ;
Izinsimba, 387 ; Ndhlovu's
ward, 391 ; DinuzuJu Expe-
dition, 445 ; demobilization,
455. See also 166, 225, 262,
455.

Umvoti Reserves : Grey town,
170 ; join U.F.F., 260, 261 ;
at Ngubevu, 264 ; Mpukun-
yoni, 270 ; demobilized, 394.
See also 262, 264.

Under Secretary for Native
Affairs. See Samuelson, S. O.

Union Government, 422, 475.

Usury : Act to control, 97 ; Bam-
bata and, 159 ; Native
Affairs Commission, 422.

Usutu : Dinuzulu's principal



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kraal, 110; firearms at, 91,
113, 435, 450, 452 ; fort and
regiments, 113 ; arrival of
Bambata at, 166 ; his wife
and children concealed, 167 ;
rebels harboured, 426 ; visit
of Police, 437 ; description of,
450 ; searched by troops,
451 ; dismantling of, 474.

" Usutu " (Dinuzulu's war-cry),
171.

Usutu Party : Creation of, 209 ;
Sigananda, 209.

Usutu tribe, 474.

Utrecht Reserves, 454.

Uys, Chief Leader, D. C, 322, 324.

Vanderplank, Maj. W. A. : In
command, Z.M.R., 185 ; at
Ntingwe, 217, 237 ; Manyane
valley, 236 ; Tate gorge, 252 ;
Sigananda's Court-martial,
403. See also 185.

Van Rooyen, Chief Leader, F. E.,
185.

Van Rooyen, Sub-Leader T. J.,
273.

Veal. Oliver E., 377.

Veterinary Corps, 58, 227, 419.

Volunteers (Natal), 7, 19, 38, 39,
45.

Vryheid column, 454.

Vryheid Reserves, 454.

Wadman, Sergt. A. J., 353.

Wales, Lt.-Col. A. T. G. : In com-
mand. Militia Reserves, 53 ;
Kula, 323 ; succeeds Lt.-Col.
Weighton, Helpmakaar, 329.

Walters, Sub. -Overseer, 240.

Walton, Lieut. H., 403.

War-cry: Usutu, 171.

War doctors. See Habits and
Customs.

Warfare, Methods of, 280, 508.
See also Zulu Military System,
and Strategy and Tactics,



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