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THE WHITE FEATHER.

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THE ODD ONE AT GANNET.

KRUGER OUGHT TO HAVE.1 KNOWN.

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.

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NORTH OF THE MODDER. The accompanying sketch map outlines the lighting ground between the Modder River and Kimberle% and particularly the Magersfontein position, when Methuen received his severe check. The figures on the map indicate the height in English feet above tboi level of the sea. The railway line rises over 300FL between Modder River and Spytfontein. The ground for a considerable distance on either side of Spjrtr- fontein is much broken up by small kopjes, especi- ally ronnd Magersfontein to the south-east, whew the Boers are believed to be in considerable forcfc The ground between Spytfontein and Kimberley is practically flat country, Kimberley being abont 4000ft. above sea-level.

ABOUT CAROLS.

HEINE CENTENARY FIASCO.

DEVELOPMENT OF MONGOLIA.

BEAUTIES THAT DEATH KILLS.

BERLIN MEMORIAL QUESTION.

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