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BURIAL OF PAUL KRUGER. ADVI(:E TO THE BOER?. L Tne remains of ex-President Kruger, which had been brought from Holland for interment, were to-day (Dingaan's Day) buried at Pretoria in the grave where the body of his late wife had been laid. A very large concourse took part in the obsequies, and ad ditional interest was given to the occasion by the reading of deceased's " political testament." In this testa ment Mr. Kruger advises the Boers to try to realise in the future all their best ideals of the past, and declares that with unity of mind and strength it is possible for them to rebuild the Nation. "If the motto, ' Divide et Impera' ('Divide and Govern') is never applicable to the Afrikanders," the testament concludes, " their nationality and their language will remain and flourish."