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Image from page 30 of “South Africa and the Transvaal war” (1900)
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Title: South Africa and the Transvaal war
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Creswicke, Louis
Subjects: South African War, 1899-1902 Transvaal (South Africa) — History
Publisher: Edinburgh : T. C. & E. C. Jack
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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(c) FathersProfession. 4. To which Colony do you wish to go ? 5. Have you friends or relatives there with whom you are in corre-spondence ? if so, give name and address. 6. What line of life do you propose to pursue in that Colony ? 7. Have you hitherto had any experience in practical work ? 8. Do you propose—(a) to invest capital? (/;) to seek employment in (i)Poultry, Fruit, Vegetable Farming or Dairy? (2) Business, Boarding-house,Tea-shop, Dressmaking, Photography, &c. 9. If from a Colonial or other Training Home, give address. 10. Is your health good? (a Medical Certificate will be required); whenwere you last vaccinated ? 11. Can you meet your travelling expenses, or are you likely to require asmall loan ? 12. Three references are required. Give name and address if possible of—(a) Minister of Religion or Justice of the Peace; (d) two ladies or other re-sponsible persons. 13. Space to be left blank for Referees signature. 14. Length of time Referee has known Applicant. 12
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Pli..t: Elli..tt,\: Fry, L..11.I. SIR HENRY MCALLUM. K.C.M.G.Governor of Natal. Emio[ration The ordinary ocean fares arc as follow :— Union-Castle Line, from Southampton. Second Class. Mail Stcauicr. Intennediate. Cape Town . . 25 to 29 guineas 23 to 26 guineas. Port Elizabetli . . 17 to 31 ,, 241028 ,, East London . . 28 to 32 ,, 25 to 29 ,, Natal . . . 29 to 33 ,, 26 to 30 ,, Third Class. Mail Steamer. Intermediate. Cape Town . . 15 to 17 guineas 12 to 14 guineas. Port Elizabeth . . 16 to 18 „ 13 to 15 ,, East London . . 17 to 19 ,, 14 to 16 ,, Natal . . . 18 to 20 ,, 15 to 17 ,, Aberdeen (Rennie) Line, direct from London.Natal, First Class, ^^34 13s.; Second Class, £21.Beira, ,, ^^40 19s. ; ,, £26. Litermediate Steamers carrying First Class only.Natal, £2^, 4s, Beira, ^^34. Sliaw Savill Line to Cape Town only, from London —Third Class, £(^^ 9s. to ^Ti i, i is. No Second Class. Also White Star Line to Cape Town occasionally, from Liverpool. Luggage allowed free; 20 cubic f
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