Correspondents: Dr A. Abdurahman, African People's Organisation, Sir Syed Raza Ali, W. Allen, J.T. Barry, F.C. Bentinck, Rev. R.H. Birt, E.H. Brookes, R. Broom, Rev H.P. Bull, O. Bull, Rev J. Chicani, Lord Clarendon, F.A. Cooke, J.P. Cope, R.H. Cowan, W. Cullen, R. Currey, R.R. Currie, B.H. Dicke, L.J. Douglas, P. Duncan, G.H. Dunn, W. Eastwood, P.E. Evans, Bishop C. Ferguson-Davie, C.H. Friend, Rev C. Garratt, J.A. Gray, L. Greenberg, J.B.M. Hertzog, F.E. Hewitt, Rev J.M. Hlongwane, R.F.A. Hoernle, Mrs M.L. Hofmeyr (President, Women's Missionary Union, Dutch Reformed Church), A.A. Hope, D.R. Hunt, D.D.T. Jabavu, Johannesburg Joint Council, E.B. Jones, J.D. Rheinallt Jones, F.W. Konig, Dr J.J. Kuhn, C.J. Lander, E. Lewis, Marquis of Linlithgow, T.J. Lewis, A.C.G. Lloyd, B.K. Long, W. Madeley, D.F. Malan, F.S. Malan, B.B. Mdledle, P.G. Meiring, F.F. Miles, P. Millin, A.I. Momoniat, Chief Moshesh, Dr R. Mukerjee, A.V. Murray, K.B.D.E. Nagarwalla, S.R. Naidoo, National Council of Women, N.M. Nkabinde, Sir E. Oppenheimer, Rev W.A. Palmer, V.S.C. Father, A. Paton, Pietermaritzburg Society for the Welfare of Natives, H. Pirow, Pretoria Native Welfare Association, N. Price, H.R. Raikes, W.H. Ramsbottom, R.H. Reynolds, C.R. Rumbold, W.A. Russell, V.S. Sastri, O.D. Schreiner, H.S. Scott, T. Shaw, Kunwar Sir Maharaj Singh, D.L. Smit, S. Solomon, C.F. Stallard. V. Stent, R. Stratford, E. Stubbs, J.G. Swart, Sir P.C. Tagore, F. Theron, Transvaal Missionary Association, S.M. Trelawney-Ross, A.E. Trollip, E.A. Walker, M. Webb, World's Alliance for International Friendship through the Churches, A. Young, C. Douglas Zulu.
Reaction to the Representation of Natives Bill and congratulations to Hofmeyr for his stand against the abolition of the Cape native franchise.
Discovery of the skull and mandible of a new anthropoid ape.
Position of Indians in South Africa.
Question of the future of Tanganyika.
Tour to India by a South African parliamentary delegation, of which Hofneyr was a member.
Explanation of the return to South Africa of notes used by Boer P.O.W.s in India during the South African War 1899-1902.
Anti-semitism in South Africa.
Congratulations on Hofmeyr's appointment as minister of mines.
Includes letters from constituents to Hofmeyr expressing disapproval of the Native Bill and copies of replies from Hofmeyr stating that he will not vote for the bill. Also copy of a letter from Dr Abdurahman to General Hertzog re the disfranchisement of Blacks and notes for a speech to be delivered by Hofmeyr in India.