NATIVE RACES AND THE GREAT WAR.
[To 276 Seems Or 271 ••errevsroa."1 Srn,—The loyal attitude of native races daring the present great war is widely recognized as smatter for national thankfulness. Sir Harry Johnston has now given expression to this in en excellent pamphlet entitled Native Races and the Great War, which tho Committee of this Society has decided to publish and distribute free of charge. I shall be happy to forward a copy of the pamphlet to any address upon receipt of a stamped envelope.-1 am, Sir, he., INZAVEIM Burros. Secretary.
The Anti-Slavery and Aborigines Protection Society, Denison House, 296 Vauxhall Bridge Road, 8 W.