Correspondents: J. Allan, C.T.E. Andrews, R.A. Barry, Rev. H.J. Batts, T.G. Bester, G.S. Lardner Burke, P. Cazalet, F. Clarke, B.H. Dicke, J du Plessis, M.P.G. Elliott, S. Evans, L. Flemming, I. Frack, H.E.S. Fremantle, J.P. Frylinck, J.A. Gray, G.A. Hay, C. Hofmeyr, H. Hofneyr, P.E. Hubbell, C. James (Sec. Farmers Bond), S. Cleaton Jones. J.P. Jooste, F.W.A. Jordaan, Bishop A.B.L. Karney, C. Louis Leipoldt, B.K. Long, T.G. McCrystal, T. McDonald, L. MacLeod, W.M. Macmillan, J.A. Manson, Dr G.J.M. Melle, H.R. Murray, J.A. Neser, R. Nicholson, S.J. Payne, J. Pretorius, T. Purchas, H.R. Raikes, T. Roos, C. Runge, R.J.K. Russell, V.S. Sastri, D.L. Smit, J.C. Smuts, S. Solomon, T.C. Stoffberg, J. Swart, C.N. Thompson, J.J. Tromp, J.M. van der Lingen, W.J.J. van der Merwe, L.D.C. van Wyk, P.J. Venter, T. Ward-Cox, H.G. Watson, J. Wertheim, J.J. Wylie.
Future of provincial councils and danger of over-centralisation Relationship between Boer and Briton and Afrikaners' fear of being swamped.
Hofmeyr's plan to form a central party of moderates.
Prejudice against Indians in the Transvaal.
Lack of local government in Transvaal rural areas.
Choice of separate schools or parallel classes for the different language groups.
Need for a South African citizenship.
Hofmeyr's refusal of another term as administrator and of the High Commissionership in London, thus leaving the way open for a political career.
Attempts by various constituences to persuade Hofmeyr to stand as the South African Party candidate.
Separate register for Black voters proposed.
Offer of an honorary degree to Hofmeyr from the University of the Witwatersrand.
Need for air transport service between Europe and South Africa.
Includes draft letters from Hofmeyr to J.P. Jooste, R. Nicholson and General Smuts on politics, to W.R. Macmillan congratulating him on his book and L. MacLeod acknowledging a cartoon. Also copies of letters from S. Evans to General Smuts and Sir W. Sefton Brancker on air transport.