2 BLACK AND WHITE NOTA BENE. BLACK &WHITE has always made a feature of its War Correspondence. On the present occasion it will not be behind its reputation for dealing promptly, fully, and accurately with the events of what promises to bethe most important war of the century as far as the British Empire is concerned. Four Special War Correspondents are representing BLACK WHITE in South Africa— Mr. Rene Bull, who has acted for us in the Turco-Greek War, the Tirah Campaign, and the last two Soudan Campaigns, being again our chief representative. Photographs of actual fighting will bethe main feature provided. BLACK &WHITE, every Friday, Price SIXPENCE. Our Portrait of Mr. Chamberlain on the cover is from a photo by Messrs. Gunn and Stuart, Richmond. The panoram a of CapeTown is by Messrs. G. W .Wilson and Co., Aberdeen seven views are by Messrs. Gregory and Co. two by Messrs. Elliott and Fry :arid one is by Crihb, Southsen.