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Off to the Front.

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Off to the Front. Now it's Tommy that has got to do the fighting, For his Queen and country, far across ths sea; When he leaves old England's shores, To go out and fight the Boers, "Tommy Atkins" he does not regret to be. [him There are dear ones whom he has to leave behind When he's ordered with his comrades far away, Yet with a hearty cheer, For the Queen he loves so dear, He will fight for England's glory at the fray. Aye, the fray. Then off to the front, With a heart to bear the brunt, | Like our fathers in the days of yore, He will fight with all his might, That our flag may wave the right Of the Britons in the land of the Boer. When the bugle calls for duty you will find him Always ready with his comrades to go out, With a gait that's smart and neat, And his uniform complete- "Tommy Atkins" is the smartest man about. When it's time for war, he's proud to be 'a soldier; [grunt; Then the hardship he will stand without a But with a hearty cheer, For the Queen he loves so dear, He will fight for England's glory at the'front. Aye, the front. Though at first our gallant boys have met reverses, In the battle with old Kruger and his men; Heavy losses we deplore Yet, we've plucky lads in store, Who will gain a British victory again. There are British volunteers and brave Colonials Who will never let the Fnion Jack decav But with a hearty cheer, For the Queen they love so dear, They will fight for England's glory at the fray. 9 Aye, the fray.. W. M. \V.I â<⢠â G. W. BACON & Co. have issued an entirely new edition of their large-print war map of the Transvaal. Hundreds of names have been in- serted, and the, map has been extended to include' Port Elizabeth. It is one of the most useful of its kind in circulation. THE Mayor of Melbourne has remitted the sum of £ 12,000 to the Lord Mayor's Mansion: House Fund, and hopes the total will ultimately r-each £ 20,000. "> Lorm LLAXOXTTOCK has promised £ 1,0061TO w'. Monmouth Hospital on condition that there shall be no school of research attached to it, and no licensed vivisector on its staff.

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