WHITE IS HARD PRESSED. Says He Is Surounded and Expects Renewed Attack. London, -Jan. 7. General Buller has Mired the Mar office the following, dated Jan. 6 from Frere Camp: "The following message received from General White at 1 p. m., today: " 'Jan. 6, 11 a. m. Attack continues and enemy has been reinforced from the south.' " I "The following was received this forenoon fore-noon from General White: "'Jan. 6, 12:45 p. m. Have beaten enemy off at present, but they are still around me in great numbers, especially to the south, and I think renewed attack at-tack very probable. " 'The sun has failed and I cannot fet fiirlliol- infirmiti fvnm T r,.- ...... v. wv.-.. 'UJM ijdU - smith until tomorroM-.' " London, Jan. 7. General Buller sends the following from Frere Camp, dated today: "This from White, dated Saturday, Sat-urday, 3:15 p. m.: , " 'Attack reneMed. Very hard pressed.' press-ed.' " "I have absolutely no more neM-s, and there is no st:n. There is a camp rumor ru-mor that White defeated the enemy at 5 this afternoon and took 400 prisoners. "I sent all available troops yesterday to make demonstration al Coienso. The trenches there were all occupied by the enemy."