TRANSVAAL SPECIAL 3 To the Right Honourable Cecil John Rhodes maybe given the credit of bringing to the front the question of British supremacy in South Africa. He is a olson the parsonage whom weak lungs drove to Africa, where he found health, wealth, and a mission—the latter being the expansion of the British Empire. He has kept his health, he has been generous with his wealth, and he has kept to his purpose. Naturally, he docs not like Kruger naturally, Kruger does not like him. But Rhodes is a strongman, and goes 011 his way. If Kruger is in the way—and he is—he goes
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