Book 4, chapter 22 [The Yellow Wave, by Kenneth Mackay, 1895]

[Editor: This is a chapter from The Yellow Wave: A Romance of the Asiatic Invasion of Australia (1895) by Kenneth Mackay.] Chapter XXII. An alternative. Led by Dromeroff, the Mongol columns resumed their march on Brisbane the day after the battle. Had the defeat been less than a rout, the Commander-in-Chief would have been the […]

Book 4, chapter 21 [The Yellow Wave, by Kenneth Mackay, 1895]

[Editor: This is a chapter from The Yellow Wave: A Romance of the Asiatic Invasion of Australia (1895) by Kenneth Mackay.] Chapter XXI. Commissioner Wang gets a left-hander. While Leroy, surrounded by orderlies and accompanied by Dromeroff and other staff-officers, was watching the pursuit of the Australians, a cloud of dust, rising from the direction […]

Book 4, chapter 20 [The Yellow Wave, by Kenneth Mackay, 1895]

[Editor: This is a chapter from The Yellow Wave: A Romance of the Asiatic Invasion of Australia (1895) by Kenneth Mackay.] Chapter XX. Sauve qui peut!. From the hill lately occupied by the chief of the national army, General Leroy now directed the pursuit. With the exception of the cavalry who had borne the brunt […]

Book 4, chapter 19 [The Yellow Wave, by Kenneth Mackay, 1895]

[Editor: This is a chapter from The Yellow Wave: A Romance of the Asiatic Invasion of Australia (1895) by Kenneth Mackay.] Chapter XIX. The battle. On the summit of a slight rise a group of cavalry officers stood looking through their glasses out over the level lands which stretched towards Charleville. As Hatten neared the […]

Book 4, chapter 18 [The Yellow Wave, by Kenneth Mackay, 1895]

[Editor: This is a chapter from The Yellow Wave: A Romance of the Asiatic Invasion of Australia (1895) by Kenneth Mackay.] Chapter XVIII. At the outposts. About the time that Count Zenski left General Leroy’s tent, Ted Johnson, now a Major, having finished the circuit of his outposts, dismounted, and, unbuckling one rein to give […]