And so it continued till 1896, when the rinderpest swept off nine-tenths of the koodoos, elands and buffalo.
Every mile now began to show the grisly, stinking signs of rinderpest.
This greatly angered the natives, as also the rinderpest, which came later and swept off many of the remaining cattle.
rinderpest has about done for us all, and bar that the whole show has been as dry as chips.
Here were collected some two hundred waggons, stopped by loss of all their oxen from rinderpest.
He does not care about anything else until the rinderpest comes.
Pleuro-pneumonia is often an epizotic, as is also the rinderpest.
The buffalo has recovered from the slaughter by rinderpest only in time to meet the onset of oversea sportsmen.
He is one of those mysterious dispensations like the cholera, rinderpest and trichiniasis which only future ages may appreciate.
The rinderpest had taken firm root in the land, and was in a fair way of clearing it of horned cattle from end to end.