ATTACK ON COLENSO. General Clery Mached Against Boers There. London, Jan. 7. A special dispatch from Frere Camp, dated Saturday, Jan. C, 7 p. m., says: "At 2 o'clock this afternoon the whole of General Clery's division marched out of camp to attack Coienso. General Hildyard's brigade Mas on the left and General Barton's on the right, with i I cavalry on the extreme right. ' "The attack Mas slowly developed and at 4:30 the British field guns advanced ad-vanced on the center and commenced shelling the Boer position on the flat land between II wane hill and Fort Wy-lie. Wy-lie. About this time a heavy thunder storm raged over, the enemy's positions. posi-tions. "At 5:30 our troops Mere still advancing advanc-ing and had reached a point very near Coienso. The naval 4.7 and field guns Mere busy dropping shells into the enemy's en-emy's trenches along the river and the forts of the enemy had made no reply."