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WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA.

THE TRADE OF THE PORT AND…

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GENERAL TROTTER'S ADVICE TO…

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GENERAL TROTTER'S ADVICE TO MEN AND MAIDENS. Major-General Trotter recently distributed the prices to 1 he members of the 3rd V.B. Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) at Queen's Hall, Langham-place, and in the course of a speech said the Volunteers dur- ing the present war had realized the most sanguine hopes of 1heir friends. Every man and boy should be trained to bear arms either in the Volunteers or the Regular forces. He did not consider rifle clubs were of much service, but boys of fifteen sixteen, and seventeen might attach themselves to cadet corps. Ladies might be of great assist- ance as regards recruiting if they refused to encourage the attention of any young man who had not served at some period of his life in a brarch of Her Majesty's forces. The latter ..(mark was received with much ap- blause.

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