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War's Brighter Side The Story of The Friend Newspaper Edited by the Correspondents with Lord Roberts's Forces, March-April, 1900

By Julian Ralph
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  • War's Brighter Side
    • (p. vii) LETTER FROM EARL ROBERTS TO LORD STANLEY REGARDING "THE FRIEND."
    • (p. ix) PREFACE
    • (p. xiii) CONTENTS
    • (p. xv) LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
  • (p. 1) WAR'S BRIGHTER SIDE
    • CHAPTER I The Birth of "The Friend"
    • (p. 12) CHAPTER II Its Infancy
      • I. Civil Population to be unmolested.
      • 6. Office of Departments.
      • 7. Supply Department.
      • 8. Divisions, Brigades, &c., where quartered.
      • FACTS AND OTHERWISE.
      • CANADIANS ON MAJUBA DAY.
      • PROCLAMATION TO THE BURGHERS OF THE ORANGE FREE STATE.
    • I. Civil Population to be unmolested.
    • 6. Office of Departments.
    • 7. Supply Department.
    • 8. Divisions, Brigades, &c., where quartered.
    • FACTS AND OTHERWISE.
    • CANADIANS ON MAJUBA DAY.
    • PROCLAMATION TO THE BURGHERS OF THE ORANGE FREE STATE.
    • (p. 28) CHAPTER III We Publish a "Curio" Number
      • LINES BY RUDYARD KIPLING. MARCH 17, 1900. ST. PATRICK'S DAY.
      • THE STEYNLESS CITY. Loot News.
      • THE LATE PRESIDENCY.
      • TO MISS BLOEMFONTEIN. A LOVE LETTER.
      • (p. 35) A RECENT EXPERIENCE.
      • (p. 37) CORRESPONDENCE. CANADIANS ON MAJUBA DAY. BY MAJOR-GENERAL SMITH-DORRIEN.
      • A COLONIAL HERO.
    • LINES BY RUDYARD KIPLING. MARCH 17, 1900. ST. PATRICK'S DAY.
    • THE STEYNLESS CITY. Loot News.
    • THE LATE PRESIDENCY.
    • TO MISS BLOEMFONTEIN. A LOVE LETTER.
    • (p. 35) A RECENT EXPERIENCE.
    • (p. 37) CORRESPONDENCE. CANADIANS ON MAJUBA DAY. BY MAJOR-GENERAL SMITH-DORRIEN.
    • A COLONIAL HERO.
    • (p. 41) CHAPTER IV We Begin To Feel at Home
      • PROCLAMATION.
      • I. Civil Population to be unmolested.
      • 1. Telegrams.
      • 2. Distinction.
      • NOTICE.
      • THE CONFESSIONS OF A HORSE-STEALER.
      • TO THE SOLDIERS' POET. BY B. CHARLES TUCKER.
      • A SERIOUS MATTER. BY PERCEVAL LANDON.
      • (p. 62) PROCLAMATION TO THE BURGHERS OF THE ORANGE FREE STATE.
    • PROCLAMATION.
    • I. Civil Population to be unmolested.
    • 1. Telegrams.
    • 2. Distinction.
    • NOTICE.
    • THE CONFESSIONS OF A HORSE-STEALER.
    • TO THE SOLDIERS' POET. BY B. CHARLES TUCKER.
    • A SERIOUS MATTER. BY PERCEVAL LANDON.
    • (p. 62) PROCLAMATION TO THE BURGHERS OF THE ORANGE FREE STATE.
    • (p. 63) CHAPTER V Treating of Many Peoples
      • THE AUSTRALIAN CORRESPONDENT. BY F. WILKINSON.
      • MISS BLOEMFONTEIN'S ANSWER. TO MR. ENGLISHMAN—A LOVELESS LETTER.
      • (p. 74) Our Reply to the Lady.
      • JOINING HANDS WITH GATACRE AND CLEMENTS.
    • THE AUSTRALIAN CORRESPONDENT. BY F. WILKINSON.
    • MISS BLOEMFONTEIN'S ANSWER. TO MR. ENGLISHMAN—A LOVELESS LETTER.
    • (p. 74) Our Reply to the Lady.
    • JOINING HANDS WITH GATACRE AND CLEMENTS.
    • (p. 82) CHAPTER VI Ours was no Bed of Roses
      • RUDYARD KIPLING. EDITORIAL BY H. A. GWYNNE.
      • (p. 88) THE SOBEREST ARMY IN THE WORLD. BY H. A. GWYNNE.
      • CORRESPONDENCE.
      • "FED UP!" The Cavalryman's Growl. BY A. B. PATERSON.
      • MISS BLOEMFONTEIN.
      • THE GREAT RIDE. BY PERCEVAL LANDON.
    • RUDYARD KIPLING. EDITORIAL BY H. A. GWYNNE.
    • (p. 88) THE SOBEREST ARMY IN THE WORLD. BY H. A. GWYNNE.
    • CORRESPONDENCE.
    • "FED UP!" The Cavalryman's Growl. BY A. B. PATERSON.
    • MISS BLOEMFONTEIN.
    • THE GREAT RIDE. BY PERCEVAL LANDON.
    • (p. 99) CHAPTER VII Rudyard Kipling, Associate Editor
      • PROCLAMATION.
      • (p. 108) A WARNING TO NATIVES. EXEMPLARY SENTENCES.
      • 1. Death of Commander-in-Chief in India.
      • 2. Amendment.
      • 3. Telegrams.
      • THE WEARY TREK.
      • (p. 111) GO TO —— STELLENBOSCH!!
    • PROCLAMATION.
    • (p. 108) A WARNING TO NATIVES. EXEMPLARY SENTENCES.
    • 1. Death of Commander-in-Chief in India.
    • 2. Amendment.
    • 3. Telegrams.
    • THE WEARY TREK.
    • (p. 111) GO TO —— STELLENBOSCH!!
    • (p. 112) CHAPTER VIII Lord Roberts's Headquarters
      • POEM BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
      • MILITARY LAW. (Editorial.)
      • FACTS AND OTHERWISE.
      • THE PROMOTION OF BINKS.
      • SOLDIERS' BATTLES AND GENERALS' CAMPAIGNS. BY JAMES BARNES.
      • AN OFFICIAL DINNER AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE.
    • POEM BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
    • MILITARY LAW. (Editorial.)
    • FACTS AND OTHERWISE.
    • THE PROMOTION OF BINKS.
    • SOLDIERS' BATTLES AND GENERALS' CAMPAIGNS. BY JAMES BARNES.
    • AN OFFICIAL DINNER AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE.
    • (p. 131) CHAPTER IX "Oh, How Good it Was!"
      • FABLES FOR THE STAFF.[2] King Log and King Stork. BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
        • I.
      • I.
      • COMMANDEERING.
      • SIR WILLIAM LOCKHART. BY SIR WILLIAM NICHOLSON, K.C.B.
      • (p. 141) THE QUARTERMASTER'S YARN. E. J. K. NEWMAN, LIEUT. R.N.
      • THE SECOND RELIEF OF KIMBERLEY.
      • IS THE ART OF WAR REVOLUTIONISED? BY H. A. GWYNNE.
        • 1.—Infantry.
      • 1.—Infantry.
      • FROM ENSLIN TO BOBSFONTEIN. BY H. PREVOST BATTERSBY.
      • G. W. STEEVENS. BY LIONEL JAMES.
      • SHOULD BEARDS BE WORN IN WAR?
    • FABLES FOR THE STAFF.[2] King Log and King Stork. BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
      • I.
    • I.
    • COMMANDEERING.
    • SIR WILLIAM LOCKHART. BY SIR WILLIAM NICHOLSON, K.C.B.
    • (p. 141) THE QUARTERMASTER'S YARN. E. J. K. NEWMAN, LIEUT. R.N.
    • THE SECOND RELIEF OF KIMBERLEY.
    • IS THE ART OF WAR REVOLUTIONISED? BY H. A. GWYNNE.
      • 1.—Infantry.
    • 1.—Infantry.
    • FROM ENSLIN TO BOBSFONTEIN. BY H. PREVOST BATTERSBY.
    • G. W. STEEVENS. BY LIONEL JAMES.
    • SHOULD BEARDS BE WORN IN WAR?
    • (p. 160) CHAPTER X I Visit Miss Bloemfontein
      • FABLES FOR THE STAFF.[5] The Elephant and the Lark's Nest. BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
        • II.
      • II.
      • KOPJE-BOOK MAXIMS.[6] BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
      • MISS UITLANDER REPLIES TO MISS BLOEMFONTEIN.
      • CAPE MARKETS.
      • IS THE ART OF WAR REVOLUTIONISED? BY H. A. GWYNNE.
        • II.—Artillery.
      • II.—Artillery.
      • (p. 179) THE NEW MACHINE GUN.
      • ADVICE TO AN OFFICER ON GOING TO THE WARS.
    • FABLES FOR THE STAFF.[5] The Elephant and the Lark's Nest. BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
      • II.
    • II.
    • KOPJE-BOOK MAXIMS.[6] BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
    • MISS UITLANDER REPLIES TO MISS BLOEMFONTEIN.
    • CAPE MARKETS.
    • IS THE ART OF WAR REVOLUTIONISED? BY H. A. GWYNNE.
      • II.—Artillery.
    • II.—Artillery.
    • (p. 179) THE NEW MACHINE GUN.
    • ADVICE TO AN OFFICER ON GOING TO THE WARS.
    • (p. 182) CHAPTER XI Our Very Mixed Public
      • CONCERNING ACROSTICS. BY MAJOR-GENERAL SIR H. E. COLVILE.
      • TOWARDS WAR. BY L. D.-J.
      • KARREE SIDING. BY PERCEVAL LANDON.
      • DON'T. Advice to Looters. BY H. A. GWYNNE.
      • (p. 199) SMALL AMMUNITION.
    • CONCERNING ACROSTICS. BY MAJOR-GENERAL SIR H. E. COLVILE.
    • TOWARDS WAR. BY L. D.-J.
    • KARREE SIDING. BY PERCEVAL LANDON.
    • DON'T. Advice to Looters. BY H. A. GWYNNE.
    • (p. 199) SMALL AMMUNITION.
    • (p. 200) CHAPTER XII "Vive la Compagnie"
      • GOVERNMENT NOTICE.
      • PROCLAMATION.
      • SIR ALFRED MILNER. BY PERCEVAL LANDON.
      • "DRIVING THE OX."
      • FABLES FOR THE STAFF.[7] The Persuasive Pom-pom. BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
        • III.
      • III.
      • THE MILITARY LETTER WRITER. Forms and Models. BY TWO OF THE EDITORS AND THE AUTHOR OF A GUIDE TO POLITE LETTER WRITING.
        • No. I.
        • No. II.
        • No. 3. THE GENERAL'S ANSWER.
      • No. I.
      • No. II.
      • No. 3. THE GENERAL'S ANSWER.
      • UNITED WE STAND. BY TROOPER G. SIMES, F SQUADRON, ROBERTS' HORSE.
      • TEN-A-PENNY'S.[8]
      • PONT FILLED WITH BULLION.
    • GOVERNMENT NOTICE.
    • PROCLAMATION.
    • SIR ALFRED MILNER. BY PERCEVAL LANDON.
    • "DRIVING THE OX."
    • FABLES FOR THE STAFF.[7] The Persuasive Pom-pom. BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
      • III.
    • III.
    • THE MILITARY LETTER WRITER. Forms and Models. BY TWO OF THE EDITORS AND THE AUTHOR OF A GUIDE TO POLITE LETTER WRITING.
      • No. I.
      • No. II.
      • No. 3. THE GENERAL'S ANSWER.
    • No. I.
    • No. II.
    • No. 3. THE GENERAL'S ANSWER.
    • UNITED WE STAND. BY TROOPER G. SIMES, F SQUADRON, ROBERTS' HORSE.
    • TEN-A-PENNY'S.[8]
    • PONT FILLED WITH BULLION.
    • (p. 221) CHAPTER XIII We Leave "The Friend" to See a Fight
      • GOVERNMENT NOTICE.
      • FABLES FOR THE STAFF.[9] Vain Horses. BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
        • IV.
      • IV.
      • A BIRTHDAY GREETING.[10] (29th March.) BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
      • FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANS.
      • A REALISTIC COMEDY.
      • THE "N.C.O."
      • IS THE ART OF WAR REVOLUTIONISED? BY. H. A. GWYNNE.
        • III.—Cavalry.
      • III.—Cavalry.
    • GOVERNMENT NOTICE.
    • FABLES FOR THE STAFF.[9] Vain Horses. BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
      • IV.
    • IV.
    • A BIRTHDAY GREETING.[10] (29th March.) BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
    • FOR WIDOWS AND ORPHANS.
    • A REALISTIC COMEDY.
    • THE "N.C.O."
    • IS THE ART OF WAR REVOLUTIONISED? BY. H. A. GWYNNE.
      • III.—Cavalry.
    • III.—Cavalry.
    • (p. 237) CHAPTER XIV My Horse Offered For Sale
      • LORD ROBERTS AND THE LATE GENERAL JOUBERT. Lord Roberts' Telegram of Sympathy.
      • (p. 241) GENERAL JOUBERT.[12] (Died March 27, 1900.) BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
      • (Editorial.) DEATH OF GENERAL JOUBERT.
      • (p. 242) FABLES FOR THE STAFF.[13] BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
        • V.
      • V.
      • A BRAVE CANADIAN.
      • THE EMPIRE'S DEFENDERS. BY B. CHARLES TUCKER.
      • THE SILENT ARMY. BY A. E. C.
      • GRUMBLES FROM THE RANKS.
    • LORD ROBERTS AND THE LATE GENERAL JOUBERT. Lord Roberts' Telegram of Sympathy.
    • (p. 241) GENERAL JOUBERT.[12] (Died March 27, 1900.) BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
    • (Editorial.) DEATH OF GENERAL JOUBERT.
    • (p. 242) FABLES FOR THE STAFF.[13] BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
      • V.
    • V.
    • A BRAVE CANADIAN.
    • THE EMPIRE'S DEFENDERS. BY B. CHARLES TUCKER.
    • THE SILENT ARMY. BY A. E. C.
    • GRUMBLES FROM THE RANKS.
    • (p. 248) CHAPTER XV General Pole-Carew in War
      • FABLES FOR THE STAFF.[14] BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
        • VI.
      • VI.
      • KOPJE-BOOK MAXIMS. BY RUDYARD KIPLING, PERCEVAL LANDON, AND A. H. GWYNNE.
      • PRICES IN BLOEMFONTEIN.
      • SONS OF BRITAIN. BY W. BLELOCH.
      • ORANGE PEEL.
      • (p. 256) "THE BRAVEST DEED."
    • FABLES FOR THE STAFF.[14] BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
      • VI.
    • VI.
    • KOPJE-BOOK MAXIMS. BY RUDYARD KIPLING, PERCEVAL LANDON, AND A. H. GWYNNE.
    • PRICES IN BLOEMFONTEIN.
    • SONS OF BRITAIN. BY W. BLELOCH.
    • ORANGE PEEL.
    • (p. 256) "THE BRAVEST DEED."
    • (p. 258) CHAPTER XVI Our Loss and the Army's
      • A SONG OF THE WHITE MEN.[15] BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
      • RUDYARD KIPLING. (Editorial.)
      • THE LATE COLONEL HON. G. GOUGH. BY BENNET BURLEIGH.
      • FOR FREEDOM'S CAUSE. BY TROOPER G. SIMES, ROBERTS' HORSE.
    • A SONG OF THE WHITE MEN.[15] BY RUDYARD KIPLING.
    • RUDYARD KIPLING. (Editorial.)
    • THE LATE COLONEL HON. G. GOUGH. BY BENNET BURLEIGH.
    • FOR FREEDOM'S CAUSE. BY TROOPER G. SIMES, ROBERTS' HORSE.
    • (p. 268) CHAPTER XVII The Censor As an Editor
      • A LESSON LEARNED. BY LORD STANLEY.
      • POOR OLD CRONJE.
      • REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE.
      • PROCLAMATION.
    • A LESSON LEARNED. BY LORD STANLEY.
    • POOR OLD CRONJE.
    • REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE.
    • PROCLAMATION.
    • (p. 274) CHAPTER XVIII Our Christening Competition
      • TO THE INHABITANTS OF BLOEMFONTEIN. Notice.
      • PROCLAMATION.
      • "THE RUSSIANS CAPTURE LONDON." BY H. A. GWYNNE.
      • CAUGHT BY THE BOERS.
      • ENTERIC FEVER. BY AN ARMY SURGEON.
    • TO THE INHABITANTS OF BLOEMFONTEIN. Notice.
    • PROCLAMATION.
    • "THE RUSSIANS CAPTURE LONDON." BY H. A. GWYNNE.
    • CAUGHT BY THE BOERS.
    • ENTERIC FEVER. BY AN ARMY SURGEON.
    • (p. 283) CHAPTER XIX Fooled by the Boers
      • NOTICE.
      • PROCLAMATION.
      • SOLDIERS OF THE QUEEN. BY FRED EYRE, YORKSHIRE GREEN HOWARDS.
      • (p. 294) NEVO!
      • JOKES TO BURN.
      • (p. 295) ARMY TEMPERANCE. BY CHAPLAIN T. F. FAULKNER.
      • (p. 299) VOICES FROM OVER THE SEA. BY G. SIMES, OF ROBERTS'S HORSE.
      • (p. 301) RECENT ENGAGEMENTS. BY MR. LIONEL JAMES.
        • I.
      • I.
      • RICOCHETS.
    • NOTICE.
    • PROCLAMATION.
    • SOLDIERS OF THE QUEEN. BY FRED EYRE, YORKSHIRE GREEN HOWARDS.
    • (p. 294) NEVO!
    • JOKES TO BURN.
    • (p. 295) ARMY TEMPERANCE. BY CHAPLAIN T. F. FAULKNER.
    • (p. 299) VOICES FROM OVER THE SEA. BY G. SIMES, OF ROBERTS'S HORSE.
    • (p. 301) RECENT ENGAGEMENTS. BY MR. LIONEL JAMES.
      • I.
    • I.
    • RICOCHETS.
    • (p. 305) CHAPTER XX Dr. A. Conan Doyle Contributes
      • TAKEN FROM THE OFFICE OF "THE FRIEND."
      • NOTICE.
      • THAT V.C. BY A. B. PATERSON.
      • TO THE PEOPLE OF THE FREE STATE. BY MESSRS. KIPLING AND RALPH.
      • A FIRST IMPRESSION.[17] BY A. CONAN DOYLE.
      • (p. 315) THE MODERATE DRINKER'S LAMENT. BY MARK THYME. (From the Household Brigade Magazine.) WITH APOLOGIES TO RUDYARD KIPLING.
    • TAKEN FROM THE OFFICE OF "THE FRIEND."
    • NOTICE.
    • THAT V.C. BY A. B. PATERSON.
    • TO THE PEOPLE OF THE FREE STATE. BY MESSRS. KIPLING AND RALPH.
    • A FIRST IMPRESSION.[17] BY A. CONAN DOYLE.
    • (p. 315) THE MODERATE DRINKER'S LAMENT. BY MARK THYME. (From the Household Brigade Magazine.) WITH APOLOGIES TO RUDYARD KIPLING.
    • (p. 318) CHAPTER XXI Loot and Lurid Crazes
      • COL. DE VILLEBOIS-MAREUIL. BY MR. H. A. GWYNNE.
      • (p. 324) A BALLADE OF TEN-A-PENNY. BY J. H. M. A.
      • (p. 325) HOW THE CALF WAS AVENGED. BY LEONARDITE, 82ND BTY., R.F.A.
      • (p. 328) 'ORSE OR FUT? BY MARK THYME. (A Song of the Household Brigade.)
      • HAS THE WAR JUST BEGUN?
    • COL. DE VILLEBOIS-MAREUIL. BY MR. H. A. GWYNNE.
    • (p. 324) A BALLADE OF TEN-A-PENNY. BY J. H. M. A.
    • (p. 325) HOW THE CALF WAS AVENGED. BY LEONARDITE, 82ND BTY., R.F.A.
    • (p. 328) 'ORSE OR FUT? BY MARK THYME. (A Song of the Household Brigade.)
    • HAS THE WAR JUST BEGUN?
    • (p. 330) CHAPTER XXII In the Shadow of Sanna's Post
      • BOER PLANS AND VIEWS.
      • Observations on the Present War. BY CAPTAIN I. D. (A Translation.)
      • RECENT ENGAGEMENTS. BY LIONEL JAMES.
        • II. Corne Drift.
      • II. Corne Drift.
      • BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS. A Recipe. BY MARK THYME.
      • THEY WANT MORE OF TOMMY. BY W. T. R.
    • BOER PLANS AND VIEWS.
    • Observations on the Present War. BY CAPTAIN I. D. (A Translation.)
    • RECENT ENGAGEMENTS. BY LIONEL JAMES.
      • II. Corne Drift.
    • II. Corne Drift.
    • BARRACK-ROOM BALLADS. A Recipe. BY MARK THYME.
    • THEY WANT MORE OF TOMMY. BY W. T. R.
    • (p. 346) CHAPTER XXIII A Complete Newspaper
      • NOTICE.
      • OLD FRIENDS.
      • BRAVE YOUNG HIGHLANDERS.
    • NOTICE.
    • OLD FRIENDS.
    • BRAVE YOUNG HIGHLANDERS.
    • (p. 350) CHAPTER XXIV False Hearts around us
      • (p. 355) MARRIED.
      • NOTICE.
      • THE CIRCULATION OF "THE FRIEND."
      • WE APOLOGIZE.
      • THE WAR ARTIST OF TO-DAY. BY H. OWEN SCOTT.
    • (p. 355) MARRIED.
    • NOTICE.
    • THE CIRCULATION OF "THE FRIEND."
    • WE APOLOGIZE.
    • THE WAR ARTIST OF TO-DAY. BY H. OWEN SCOTT.
    • (p. 361) CHAPTER XXV The End Approaches
      • NOTICE.
      • SOCIETY'S DOINGS. BY H. A. GWYNNE.
      • SOCIALISM IN VERSE. BY MARK THYME.
      • "SMART." BY MARK THYME.
      • OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY.
    • NOTICE.
    • SOCIETY'S DOINGS. BY H. A. GWYNNE.
    • SOCIALISM IN VERSE. BY MARK THYME.
    • "SMART." BY MARK THYME.
    • OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY.
    • (p. 371) CHAPTER XXVI Wanted, a Millionaire
      • PROCLAMATION.
      • OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY.
      • (p. 376) THE ABSENT-BODIED BURGHER. BY A. B. PATTERSON.
      • (p. 379) THE WAR ARTIST OF TO-DAY.
      • CHESTNUTTY—BUT GOOD.
      • Circulation, April 11, 5,500.
      • DOTS OR NO DOTS. All about the New Stamp Issue. BY MORTIMER MENPES.
    • PROCLAMATION.
    • OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY.
    • (p. 376) THE ABSENT-BODIED BURGHER. BY A. B. PATTERSON.
    • (p. 379) THE WAR ARTIST OF TO-DAY.
    • CHESTNUTTY—BUT GOOD.
    • Circulation, April 11, 5,500.
    • DOTS OR NO DOTS. All about the New Stamp Issue. BY MORTIMER MENPES.
    • (p. 385) CHAPTER XXVII A Notable Number
      • SICK AND WOUNDED PRISONERS.
      • MY COMRADES' CONVERSATION. (ANONYMOUS.)
      • GLEANINGS FROM GREAT MINDS. BY H. A. GWYNNE.
      • (p. 392) OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY. No. 3. DR. A. CONAN DOYLE.
      • ANOTHER LETTER HOME. BY CAPTAIN CECIL LOWTHER.
      • RATION SCALE. Get all you can but don't take less.
      • HUNGRY BLOEMFONTEIN. BY J. W. JENKINS.
    • SICK AND WOUNDED PRISONERS.
    • MY COMRADES' CONVERSATION. (ANONYMOUS.)
    • GLEANINGS FROM GREAT MINDS. BY H. A. GWYNNE.
    • (p. 392) OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY. No. 3. DR. A. CONAN DOYLE.
    • ANOTHER LETTER HOME. BY CAPTAIN CECIL LOWTHER.
    • RATION SCALE. Get all you can but don't take less.
    • HUNGRY BLOEMFONTEIN. BY J. W. JENKINS.
    • (p. 398) CHAPTER XXVIII Our "Friend" no Longer
      • "OUR FRIEND" NO LONGER BY JULIAN RALPH
      • (p. 401) OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY No. 4. LIEUT.-GENERAL POLE-CAREW, C.B.
      • THE WAR ARTIST OF TO-DAY BY H. C. SHELLEY.
      • CORRESPONDENCE. "Who Stole the Cart?"
      • (p. 408) WEDNESDAY EVENING CONCERT.
    • "OUR FRIEND" NO LONGER BY JULIAN RALPH
    • (p. 401) OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY No. 4. LIEUT.-GENERAL POLE-CAREW, C.B.
    • THE WAR ARTIST OF TO-DAY BY H. C. SHELLEY.
    • CORRESPONDENCE. "Who Stole the Cart?"
    • (p. 408) WEDNESDAY EVENING CONCERT.
    • (p. 410) CHAPTER XXIX Adieu to "The Friend"
    • (p. 417) INDEX
    • Messrs. C. Arthur Pearson's List of Announcements
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