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FOUCHE SURPRISED.

A STORY OF THE WAR.

"TOMMY" DESCRIBES A DRIVE.

THE BOERS' LAST KICK.

MR. SEDDON AT PRETORIA.

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MR. SEDDON AT PRETORIA. Mr. Seddon was present at Pretoria on Friday evening at a dinner given by the New Zealand Association. Replying to the toast of his health, proposed by Colonel Adye, he said Colonists must always respect the Union Jack, for i, was the flag of freedom, under which they had come to- gether there, a blending of kindred souls and nations fighting beneath its folds. Colonists had obtained a good knowledge of and respect- and admiration for British officer^ and Tommy Atkins, who were all fighting men of the best stamp. Ho regretted to find that restrictions were stiil main- tained on the Press, for they were un-British, un- necessary, and a great drag on liberty of speech and writing. He hoped and believed that the war was near the end, and that their sacrifices had not been in vain. The British forces had done their duty, and the time had arrived for statesmen to do theirs. If from the British forces were taken the honour and glory won by brave deeds, the re- sult would recoil upon the heads of the statesmen. What the majority of the people, both in the Mother Country and the colonies, wished was the establishment of a lasting peace, and their unani- mous opinion was that that could be obtained only by the unconditional surrender of the enemy.

CRONJE AT ST. HELENA.

DEATH OF A WREXHAM YEOMAN.

WOMEN EMIGRANTS. .

RAPID BRICKLAYING. 0

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CORONATION FESTIVITIES. *.———

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NEW BOOKS. .

IMR. W. CONGREVE'S WILL. .

ARMY AND VOLUNTEERS. «

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