Under the Union Jack, No. 18, Vol. 1, March 10th 1900

4 io UNDER THE UNION JACK. [March 10,1900. THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA “Nobody heard it or saw it, and there wasn't a band to play, But he landed ’em up at Ladysmith from the cruiser down in the Bay And just when the guns were needed, and looking quite spick and span, With a nod to the gent of the Absent Mind, up doubles the HandyMan."— RAH OLD BEG B IE .Every unit of the Empire’s Forces illustrated in “THE NAVY AND ARMY ILLUSTRATED.”
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