FASTENED securely to the ammunition wagon at Durban by Private Jones, of the Royal Canadian Field Artillery, the stove had been the jest of the whole battery and its six-foot-one and-broad-in-proportion owner, the recipient of a great deal of good-natured banter.By G. FREDERICK CLARKE14 min
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