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The Australian Aborigines.

The Australian Aborigines.

By Mrs. M. M. BENNETT. I AM a missionary teacher with the great privilege and joy of working for the native race of Australia—the most infamously libelled and cruelly treated people on the earth to-day, and I am writing to you as President of the League of Coloured Peoples. I ha
01 April 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
THE CAPE COLOURED PEOPLE.

THE CAPE COLOURED PEOPLE.

Continued from preceding page. But it will take at least another generation for the new influence to percolate through to the mass of the people. Coloured education in the Cape is to-day practically analogus with education in England prior to the Education Act of 1870. That is t
01 April 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
What will happen next?

What will happen next?

As this article goes to press it is still - extremely uncertain what will be the next development. Italy and Great Britain, estranged by events in Greece, may Continued at foot of following page.
01 April 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
I HE ANCIENT CIVILISATION OF AFRlCA—continued from page 27 a si Tilar to the roots of trees, the artist has

I HE ANCIENT CIVILISATION OF AFRlCA—continued from page 27 a si Tilar to the roots of trees, the artist has

bent the legs of his forms and provided th n eavY base. These distinguishing qualities of African art are seen right through sf ages. From the rock engravings, wood, ivory and bone carvings through the se 'nin bronzes to m o d ern ar t th e i n t ense v it a li ty w hi c h i t p
01 October 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
• Citing a few points which militate against an increase in the volume of United ICmgdom exports to the territories,

• Citing a few points which militate against an increase in the volume of United ICmgdom exports to the territories,

the reports refer to the non-fulfilment of guaranteed shipment, a certain slackness in detailed attention to orders, cases in Which goods vary from the sample in weight or measurement, or in which mixed c onsignments destined for up-country destinaticns are packed together and t
01 October 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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01 October 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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01 October 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE.

THE League continues to record one triumph after the other. Commencing with the Farewell Dance to the West Indies Cricketers, the League has placed on record another quarter of useful and constructive work, as reported elsewhere in this issue. Ihe League deprecates the fact that
01 January 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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01 January 1934 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
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01 January 1935 - The Keys - London, London, England