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THE WHITE FEATHER.

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THE ODD ONE AT GANNET.

KRUGER OUGHT TO HAVE.1 KNOWN.

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KRUGER OUGHT TO HAVE .1 KNOWN. Commissioner Ridsdel, of the Salvation Army, who has had interviews with President Krviger, at Rochdale said that there ought to be no difficulties between the Dutch and the English in the Trans- vaal. During his residence in South Africa he had an in- terview with President Kruger. He found the Presi- dent a very nice old man to talk to, but he ought to have gone to heaven three years ago-it would have Baved hint a great deal of trouble and anxiety. Kruger was a man who read his Bible, and knew what he ought to do. The Bible said that people who knew what they ought to do and do not do it shall be beaten with many stripes.

DUTCH COLONY IN YORKSHIRE.

A RECORD OF SUCCESSES.

Q F E N'B LOST HANDKERCHIEF.

—y NEUFELD AND THE SALVATION…

INTERVIEW WITH CAPTAIN RICK

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NORTH OF THE MODDER.

ABOUT CAROLS.

HEINE CENTENARY FIASCO.

DEVELOPMENT OF MONGOLIA.

BEAUTIES THAT DEATH KILLS.

BERLIN MEMORIAL QUESTION.

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