Was present at Talana Hill on 20th October 1899 (see 13th Battery, 1st Leicestershire Regiment, and 1st Royal Irish Fusiliers). At Lombard's Kop, 30th October (see 1st Liverpool Regiment), the battery was chiefly engaged near the centre against Pepworth Hill, and along with the 42nd silenced the Boer big-gun fire from that hill, although greatly outranged. This Brigade Division was not so hotly engaged on 6th January as that composed of the 21st, 42nd, and 53rd. Major Manifold was twice mentioned by Sir G White in despatches. Having been attached to Clery's division, the 67th took part in the turning movement via Helpmakaar, and its work was then praised. They were also in the actions of Botha's Pass and Laing's Nek. Two officers were mentioned in General Buller's final despatch. A convoy to Vryheid was attacked on 14th November 1900. Lord Roberts, referring to this, said, "The Boers were driven off without any casualties (on our side) by the good practice made by the 67th Battery". In 1901 the 67th was chiefly employed on the Zululand border, and 1 officer and 2 men gained mention by Lord Kitchener for good work in that quarter. The battery sailed for India in November 1901.