6 BLACK AND WHITE denied the right to be educated in the language o f their fathers, denied every right except that o f being misgoverned. For many years they bore it, though their complaints aroused the pity and wrath o f the whole civilised world. Unfortunately there was a “butter-fingers ”Dr. Jam eson upset the apple-cart o f the PROMINENT ORANGE F R E ESTATES MEN —P R SIDE E N STET Y N ,WHO BIS A C KING K R U GER ,HAS THE CENTRAL POSIT ION .HE IS YOUNG E R,AND W IL IE R.U itlanders as well as that o f Mr. Rhodes. Mr. Rhodes has forgiven him —the U itlanders have not. That idiotic raid almost cost the good name o f the Imperial Government stirred up the racial feud throughout the whole o f South Africa made the Transvaal question the biggest question o f the British Empire. The tyranny o f the Boers came for a moment to have the complexion o f justice and thoughtful government. For three years the memory o f that raid tied the hands o f Mr. Chamberlain. For almost four years the U itlanders have had to wait for the reparation o f their wrongs. Now they can wait no longer. Justice must be done! Our portrait of Sir Alfred M ilner is from a photo l>v Elliott and Fry that of Colonel Rhodes is by Robinson, Dublin. A few views are by Messrs. G. W. Wilson and Co., Aberdeen.
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