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THE REBELLION DONE WITH IN Till-: TRANSVAAL. PRETORIA, January 10. ("Re■ eivivl .January 11, at 3.50 a.m.) Official : All the "rebels in the Transvaal have, been rounded up. AFTER THE WAR. SIFTIXt; WHEAT FROM TARES. LONDON. January 10. 'Received January 11, at 8.20 a.m.) ■ The Times' states editorially that J t is -unlikely that the present war will he the hist war. It is not yven likely that a. lon- reign of peace will follow, wherein human relations ran make a- permanent | advame. unless there is a definite constructive effort to secure it. There is ,i. danger of using optimism as a eruti hj instead of a spur, and the letting slip of opportunities w hereliv alone fair Slopes and ideals can he realised. Let us therefore take the trouble to discover what elements of Herman "kuliur" are sound and needed as contributions to our . omnioii European life. A TRIBCTE TO BRITAIN FROM A FORMLi; l'.S. AMBAS >AIX)R. NEW YORK. .January 10. Ttereived .lauuarv It. at 3.20 a.m.) In the course of "a speech Mr Joseph 11. Choate. the eminent lawyer and former Ambassador To the Court of St. James ( 1 090-! "C 5;, said that. Creat _ JiriI tain was determined never to submit of yield, and would never make peace until the devil of militarism had been so vanquished that it. would never trouble the earth again. British courage and its spirit of hope constituted a magnificent spectacle, and there was nothing grander than the attitude of their wives and daughters towards the war. HERMAN SOCIALISTS. .\ POOR-SPIRITED LOT. j I.ON DON. January 10. j (Received January 11. at 8.20 a'.ui.) j Addressing a meeting of British Socialists. M. Yaudrrvrlcin hiamrd the Herman j Socialists tor their almost, entire indiffcr- j ence to the i ruel crushing of Belgium ! ami the horrible offerees perpetrated ; against Belgians who are lighting for tree,- | freedom and honor. !

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SOUTH AFRICA., Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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SOUTH AFRICA. Issue 15697, 11 January 1915

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