IN SOUTH AFRICA
happiest man in the Transvaal."
- "He hath obtained the Yog—that man is such,
- In sorrows not dejected, and in joys
- Not overjoyed; dwelling outside the stress
- Of passion, fear, and anger."
On Sunday, Mr. Gandhi was transferred from Volksrust goal to the Fort, at Johannesburg.
The Indians, who have become expert "pickets," always alert, gained intelligence of this change, and planted men at every station along the line of route. When he reached Johannesburg, dressed in convict clothes, marked all over with the broad arrow, he was marched under guard through the streets, before sundown, carrying his bundles as any convict would.
It makes one ashamed of the British rule under which such insults are possible. Of course, it is simply a result of the prison system. The governors of these goals are gentlemanly and courteous, the warders, with one exception, have been most kind, but an Indian is classed as a Native, and a Passive Register, as a criminal, while a criminal native must suffer the utmost degradation that the law pro-