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SEEIOTJS CHARGES AGAINST A…

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NESTON PETTY SESSIONS. ♦

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CHILDREN AS BEER MESSENGERS.

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MR. G. WYNDHAM ON SOUTH AFRICA.…

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MR. G. WYNDHAM ON SOUTH AFRICA. 4 Mr. George Wyndham, M.P., was the principal speaker at a mass meeting at Newport on Friday night to discuss British interests in South Africa. Lord Tredegar, who presided, observed that the vital question of British interests in South Africa would probably cause the rise and fall of Governments. Mr. Wyndham said the South African Associa- tion had arranged nightly meetings for the next three months, and had forty applications which they had not met. That shewed that this great nation had awakened to the fact of its Empire. During the last two years 62,000 whites had emigrated from Great Britain to South Africa. In the course of sixty years the civilised area in South Africa had extended from 28,000 to 975,000 square miles, and trade bad increased from 1580,000 to £ 36,000,000. The political disunion of the continent resulted in the dislocation of industrial and commercial interests in South Africa. The Transvaal was abominably misgoverned, and the franchise question was one of the most pressing problems calling for solution, while the only practical policy for South Africa was one of commercial federation with Great Britain.

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A BROTHER AND HIS WRONGED…

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