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INDEX.

The figures between [] refer to PART I.

AARSTAD, Mr. (Norway), [227]
ABBOTT, Senator (Australia), [307]
ABERYSTWYTH University College, 5
ABU'L Kasim Khan, Obit., 138

ACOSTA, Bert (Aviation), [145], [278]; 4
ACTUARIES, International Congress of, 6,
73

ÁDÁM, Dr. (Hungary), [184]

ADEN, [241]

ADLY Pasha (Egypt), [268]
ADRIATIC question, [153], [200]
AFGHANISTAN, [233]
Budget, [234]

King's Foreign Tour, [234]
Modernisation of, [234]
Persia: relations with, [233]
AFRICA, EAST;

Self-government in, [70]
Unification question, [265]

AFRICA, SOUTH, [259]

Angola frontier, [220], [264]
Class Areas Bill, [262]

Flag and Nationality Bill, [259]-[261];
design of national flag, [261]
Hertzog-Habibullah Agreement, [262]
Indians: S. African Settlement Bill,
[262]

Industrial and Commercial Workers'
Union, [263]

Mozambique, [220], [265]

Natal, attitude to Flag Bill, [260]; and
S. African Settlement Bill, [262]
Native policy Bills, [262]-[263]
South Africa Act, [263]

South African Settlement Bill, [262]
AFRICA, SOUTH-WEST PROTECTO-
RATE, [263]

Angola frontier treaties, [220], [264]
League of Nations Mandates Commis-
mission and, [264]

Mandated territory rumours, [263]-
[264]

Rehoboths (Hottentot tribe) petition,
[264]

AGLEN, Sir Francis, [251]

AGNEWS' Gallery: English landscapes
exhibition, 54

AGRICULTURE, [9], [73], [74], [125]
Beet sugar subsidy, [14], [20], [27],
[124]-[125]

Government policy, [27], [125]; voters'
discontent, [74]-[75], [107]
Small-holdings: Government grants,
[27]

AHMED Zogu, President of Albania, [200],
[201]

AIR FORCE: Accidents, [22]; Civil flying
and military flying, [22]; Estimates,
[21]-[23]; Expansion, [21]-[22]
ALBANIA, [200]

Church questions, [201]

Greece, relations with, [201]

Italian development in, [200]-[201]

Italy, relations with, [153], [200]

Malissors' revolt, [201]

Military reorganisation, [201]

Political offences amnesty, [201]

Tirana, Treaty of, [200]

Vatican, relations with, [201]

Yugoslavia, relations with, [191], [192],

[200]

ALBERT Hall: opera house, 61

ALBRECHT, Archduke (Hungary), [181]
ALDERSHOT and Army training, [119]

ALDERSON, Lt.-Gen. Sir Edwin, Obit., 135
ALDWYCH Club, [102], [103]
ALESSANDRI, Sr. (Chile), [297]
ALEXANDER, Mr., [72]

ALFONSO, King of Spain: illness, [215];
silver jubilee, [216]; visit to England,
[216]; Morocco visit, [217], [266],
[267]; opens National Assembly [217]
ALIEN immigration laws, [69]

ALIENS Restrictions Bill, [73], [126]
ALLAN, Mr. (Victoria, Aust.), 309
ALLEN, Sir Hugh (Music), 61
ALPINE Club Gallery, 54

AMALGAMATED Engineering Union, [309]
AMANULLAH Khan, King of Afghanistan,
[233]

AMELN, Mr. (Norway), [227]
AMERICA: AMERICAN.

United States

AMERICAN Bar Association, 76

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ANGLO-RUSSIAN Committee, [51], [52], [88]
ANGOLA, [220], [264]
ANIMAL Physiology, 40

APPONYI, Count, (Hungary), [181]
ARABIA, [240]

Egypt, relations with, [240]
Hedjaz-Transjordan frontier question,
[240]

Ibn Saud, King of the Hedjaz, [240];
attempted assassination of, [241]
Idrissi Emir: treaty with Ibn Saud,
[241]

Imam Yahya [241]; Italian treaty
with, [241]; relations with Great
Britain, [241]

Iraq, relations with, [236], [241]
Koweit, relations with, [236], [241]
Mecca pilgrimage, [240]

Soviet commercial mission, [241]
Treaty Great Britain and the King

:

of the Hedjaz and Nejd, [240]; 82-87
Yemen, the, [241]

"ARCHER, William: Three Plays by," 23
ARCOS raid, [45]-[52], [88], [169]
ARGENTINA, [292]

Bolivia-Paraguay frontiers question,
[294]

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ARTISTS' General Benevolent Institution,
54

ARTZYBASHEFF, Michel P., Obit., 101
ASHLEY, Sir William James, Obit., 118
ASHRIDGE Park, 7

ASHTON, Rt. Hon. Thomas, Obit., 130
ASHWORTH, T. R. (Australia), [307]
ASKWITH, Lord, 46

ASPINALL, Arthur, "Lord Brougham
and the Whig Party," 15
ASPINALL, John Bridge, 4

ASSOCIATION of Chambers of Commerce,
[32], [91], [92]

ASTON, Dr. F. W., 48

ASTOR, Lady: Education estimates, [73];
Unemployment-Insurance Bill, [112]
ATLANTIC flight, 5, 6, 8

ATTLEE, Major C. R. [242]

AUCTIONS (Bidding Agreements) Act, 76
AUDIT (Local Authorities) Act, [57], [73],
[126]; 76

AURIOL, M. Vincent (Fr.), [143]
AUSTRALIA, [305]

Australian Railway Union [310]
Budget, [305]-[306]
Canberra:

new Parliament House,

[305]
Commonwealth Line of Steamers,
[306], [311]

Federal Roads Agreement, [306]
Federal Constitution Commission,
[307]-[308], [309]

Finance: Commonwealth and States,
[307]

Income tax: reduction, [305]; Assess-
ment Act, [306]-[307]
Immigration policy, [312]

Military Forces Report, [313]

NEW SOUTH WALES:

Basic wage, [308]-[309], [310]

Child Endowment Bill, [308], [309],
[310]

General Election, [310]

Hours of work, [309]

Large Estates Bill, [310]
QUEENSLAND:

Budget, [311]

Labour Government and the Rail-

way Union, [310], [311]
Land Settlement Board, [311]
Railway development, [312]
Solomon Islands murders, [312]-[313]
SOUTH AUSTRALIA:

Coalition Government, [311]
Financial, [311]

States and the Commonwealth, [307],
[308], [309]

Tariff Board Report, [306]

Tariff changes, [306]

TASMANIA:

Finance, [311]

VICTORIA:

Budget, [310]

Legislation, [310]
Ministry, [309]

Waterside strike, [311]-[312]
WESTERN AUSTRALIA:

General Election, [311]

AUSTRIA, [163]

Arbitration treaties, [166]
Austro-German union project, [167]
Beethoven Centenary Festival, [166]; 4
Cabinet, 164; policy, [164]
Canada, settlement with, [167]
Commercial treaties, [166], [167]
Criminal code reform, [167]
Economic, [166]
Financial, [166]
Foreign policy, [164]
Frontkämpfer, the, [164]
General Elections, [163]
Government loan, [167]

League of Nations membership, [167]
Liquidation, Inter-Allied Organisation
of, [165]

AUSTRIA, cont.

Ministry of Justice recreated, [167]

Old age pensions, [163]

Palace of Justice burnt, [165]

Parliamentary, [163]

Passport regulations relaxed, [166]
Political bitterness, [164]-[166]

Political riots, [164]-[165]; amnesty
rejected, [167]

Railway electrification, [168]
Reparations, [167]

Republican Defence League, [164]

Social Democrats' opposition, [164]-
[166], [167]

Tourist traffic, [166]

Tyrol, [165]

Unemployment, [166]

Vienna-London telephone, [167]-[168]
Vienna Municipal Loan, [167]
AVERESCU, General (Rumania), [186], [187]
AVIATION:

Amsterdam-Batavia, [259]
ATLANTIC FLIGHTS:
Brock: Schlee, 8

Byrd: Novill: Acosta and Balchen,
[145], [278]

Chamberlin: Levine, [145], [278]; 6
Lindbergh, [144]-[145], [278]; 5
Nungesser: Coli, [144]

Ruth Elder: Haldeman, [145]

Non-stop flight, 4

San Francisco-Honolulu, [278]
Schneider cup, [154]; 9

Speed record: De Bernardi, [154]
WORLD FLIGHT:

De Pinedo, [154]

BAKER, Dr. Ernest, "National Char-
acter," 14

BAKER, E. P., "Sulla the Fortunate,"
17, 30

BAKERIAN Lecture, 48

BAILEY, Mr. (Victoria, Aust.), [309]
BALDWIN, Rt. Hon. Stanley:
Address, Debate on, [9], [10]
Agriculture, [74]

Air Force accidents, [22]

Arcos raid, [47]-[48]

Bewdley Speech, [4]
Canada, speech on, [86]

Canadian visit, [84], [273], [290]
Cecil, Lord, resignation of, [85]
China, policy in, [10]
Disarmament, [127]
Economic situation, [86]
Edinburgh speech, [107]

Electoral Reform, [28]

Franchise Bill, [36]

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BALDWIN, Rt. Hon. Stanley, cont.
International situation, [106]
Labour Party and mining distress,
[115], [116]

League of Nations and disarmament,
[103]-[104]; appreciation of Sir A.
Chamberlain's work for, [104]

Litvinoff proposal, [120]

Parliamentary Session, [9], [73], [107]
Prayer Book measure, [123]-[124]
Russia, relations with, [47]-[48]
Thames bridges, [25]

Trade, state of, [99], [100]
Trade Unions, [44]

Trade Union Bill, [13], [43], [53], [54],
[65]

BALFOUR, Betty (Cinema), 59
BALFOUR Clause: war debts, [197]
BALFOUR, Lord: Russian Trade Agree-
ment [50], [51]; Washington Confer-
ence speech cited, [82], [83]; Geneva
Naval Conference, [83], [118], men-
tioned, [102]

BALMACEDA, Don Enrique (Chile), [296]
BANK of England: return, 69

BANKES, Lord Justice: retirement, 78
BANKHEAD, Tallulah (Cinema), 59
BANKING, 66-69; Legal, 78
BANKRUPTCIES, 65

BANKS, Mr. Marshall, [16]

BANKS, Mr. Mitchell, [30]
BARCZY, J. (Hungary), [182]

BARING, Maurice, "Tinker's Leave," 24
BARKER, Professor Ernest, 10

BARON, Bernhard: gift to London Hos-
pital, 2; gift to St. George's Jewish
Settlement, 10

BARRIE, Sir James, "Barbara's Wedding,"
56

BATHO, Sir Charles: Lord Mayor of Lon-
don, 9

BAVIN, T. R., Premier, New South Wales,
[309], [310]

BAX, Arnold, Second Quartet (Music), 61
BAXTER, Mr. (Irish Free State), [139]
BAYNE, Senator Celso (Brazil), [295]
BEARSTED, Lord, Obit., 94

BEAUCHAMP, Earl, [11]; national econ-
omy, [24]

BEAZLEY, Mr. H. L.: appointment, 78
BEEBY, Judge (Australia), [309], [311],
[312]

BEECHAM, Sir Thomas: Imperial League

of Opera, 60; American visit, 60
BEER excise duties, [35]

BEET sugar industry, [14]; subsidy, [14],
[20], [27], [124]-[125]

BEETHOVEN centenary, 20, 60, 61

BEETHOVEN Centenary Festival, [166]; 4
BELGIAN art exhibition, 52
BELGIUM, [205]

"Activists," [206]
Angola, [220]

Cabinet changes, [207]

Christian Democrats, [205], [207]
Financial restoration, [205]

Flemish separatists, [206]

Francs-tireurs question, [207]

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BELLOC, Hilaire, "History of England,"
14; "Siccum," 23

BELOBRODOV, M. (Russia), [173]

BELTON, Patrick (Irish Free State),
[139]

BENN, Captain, [8], [58]

BENNETT, Arnold: "The Woman Who
Stole Everything," 25; "Mr. Prohack"
(Drama), 57

BENNETT, R. B., K. C. (Canada), [291]
BERGE, A. (ex-Premier, Norway), [228]
BERGER, Julius, Firm (Ger.), [193]
BERLIN Philharmonic Orchestra, 61
BERNARD, Very Rev. J. H., Obit., 124
BERNTSEN, Klaus, Obit., 107
BERRY, Mr. Gomer, 11
BERRY, Sir William, 11
BESSARABIA, [141], [170], [186]
BEST, M. A., "Thomas Paine," 15
BETHLEN, Count (Hungary), [181], [182],
[183], [184]

BETTERTON, Mr. H. B., Parliamentary

Secretary of Labour, [73], [112], [113]
BETTING tax, [34], [67]

BEVIN, Mr. Communists and, [39];
Industrial peace, [89]; Labour Party
Conference speech, [97]; Russian
Trade Unions, [88]; Trade Union
organisation, [90]

BILBROUGH, Rt. Rev. H. E., 6
BIOLOGICAL research scholarships endow.
ment, 5

BIOLOGICAL Sciences: Retrospect, 39-45
BIRKENHEAD, Earl of: House of Lords
Reform, [61]; India, affairs in, [30]-
[31]; Indian Reforms Commission,
[108], [109], [242]; South African
Settlement, [262]; Mentioned, [17];
Law, Life and Politics," by, 17
BIRTHDAY Honours List, 6

BLACKETT, Sir Basil: Indian Bank Bill,
[245]

BLAKE Centenary, 8, 18-19, 53
BLANESBURGH, Lord: Chairman Unem-
ployment Insurance Scheme Com-
mittee, [25]

BLANESBURGH Report, [25], [39], [95],
[110], [111]-[112]
BLASPHEMOUS Teaching Bill, [24]
BLEHR, Otto, Obit., 117

BLISS, A., "Hymn to Apollo" (Music),
61

BLISS of Belize, Lord: bequests, 9
BLUGDEN, Rt. Rev. C. M., 2

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Bock, W. (Canada), [291]
BOGOMOLOV, M. (Russia), [169]
BOISSEVAIN, Charles, Obit., 109
BOK, Mrs. Edward W., gift, 5
BOLIVIA, [293]

Communism in, [294]
Frontiers question, [294]
Indians, rising of, [294]
Railways, [294]
Schools strike, [293]
Telegraph service, [293]

BOND, Sir Robert, Obit., 103
BONDFIELD, Miss Margaret, Unemploy-
ment Insurance, [39], [112]
BONHAM-CARTER, Lady Violet, [8]
BORAH, Senator, [52], [298]
BORALLO, Colonel (Mexico), [301]
BORDEN, Mary, "Flamingo," 24
BOREHAM Wood: film centre, 58

BORIS, King of Bulgaria: foreign tour,
[204], [205]

BORODIN, M. (Russia), [47], [170], [249]
BOSE, Subbas Chandra (India), [247]
BOSTON (Lincs.) Hospital, 4
BOTANY (Science Retrospect), 41
BOUISSON, M. Fernand (Fr.), [141]
BOURASSA, M. Henri (Canada), [287]
BOURCHIER, Arthur, Öbit., 126

BOURNE, George, "A Small Boy in the
Sixties," 17

BOWDEN, Mr. (Australia), [307]
BRACKEN, J. (Manitoba), [288]
BRAITHWAITE, Lilian (Drama), 57
BRANDES, Georg M. C., Obit., 99
BRANDON, J. G., "The Silent House,"
58

BRATIANU, Jonel (Rumania), [186], [187],
[188]; death, [185], [188]; Obit., 134
BRATIANU, Vintila (Rumania), [188]
BRAUN, Herr, Prussian Prime Minister,
[159], [161]

BRAUNS, Herr, Minister of Labour (Ger.),
[155]
BRAZIL, [295]

Communists in, [295]

Consumption Tax, [295]

Currency reform project, [295]

International Parliamentary Confer-
ence, [295]

Revolutionary outbreak trial, [295]
Trade, state of, [295]
BRECHT, Dr. (Ger.), [157]

BRIAND, M. (France): visits England
with M. Doumergue, [52]; conversa-
tion with Sir A. Chamberlain, [68],
[94]; work of, for European concord,
[106]; proposal for peace pact with
United States, [146], [275], and French
electoral reform, [147]; the Yugo-
slavia treaty, [148], [153]; and Mus-
solini, [153]; and Litvinov, [171]

BRIDGEMAN, Rt. Hon. W. C.: Navy
estimates, [23]; Geneva Naval Confer-
ence, [79], [80], [82], [83], [130];
Prayer Book measure, [123]
BRISTOL, Admiral, (U.S.A.), [192]
BRISTOL Channel swim, 8

BRISTOL University: Physics building, 46
BRITISH Association, 8, 45-46

BRITISH Broadcasting Corporation, 45, 61
BRITISH films, 25-26; defined, 58
BRITISH Honduras: bequests to, 9
BRITISH International Films, 59, 60
BRITISH Museum: exhibitions, 54

BRITISH Museum, Natural History: ap-
pointment, 3

BRITISH National Opera Co., 61
BRITISH Photographic Association, 50
BRITISH Science Guild, 46
BROADCASTING: British Broadcasting
Corporation, 45, 61; Empire broad-
casts, 45; Legal, 78; Technical im-
provements, 45

BROCK, William (Aviation), 8
BROCKWELL, Mr. Maurice, (Art), 52
BROWNE, E. G., "A Year among the
Persians," 13

BROWNE, Dr. G. Buxton: gift of Downe
House, 8, 46

BROWNING, Oscar: biography, 16
BRUCE, Rt. Hon. Stanley, [284], [305],
[307]; on Imperial Conference, [305];
Duke and Duchess of York's Australian
visit, [305]; Child Endowment, [308];
Immigration policy, [312]

BRUNTNELL, Mr. (New South Wales),
[310]

BRYAN Conciliation Treaty, 1914 (U.S.A.),
[146], [275]

BRYSON, Ernest (Music), 61

BUCHAN, John, M.P., 4; House of Lords
reform, [63]; Scotland and the Union,
[70]

BUCHANAN, Jack (Cinema), 59
BUCKMASTER, Lord, [121]
BUD, J. (Hungary), [182]

BUDGET [32]: Chancellor's speech, [32]-
[36]; debate, [36]-[37], [66]-[69], [70]-
[71], [72]-[73]

BUISSON, Professor Ferdinand (Nobel
Peace Prize), 11
BULGARIA, [201]

Agrarian party (Extremo Agrarians),
[202]

Census, [202]

Democratic Entente, [202]

Dobruja outrages, [204]

Elections, [202]

Fiscal affairs, [204]

Foreign policy, [203]

Greece, relations with, [203], [204]

King Boris: foreign tour of, [204]-[205]

Komitadji incidents, [204]
Liaptcheff Government, [203]
Macedonian question, [203], [204]
Macedonian Revolutionary Committee,
[201], [203]-[204]

Parliamentary Session, [201]; King's
Speech, [202]

BULGARIA, cont.

Political prisoners, [203]
Refugee Loan, [133], [203]
Rumania, relations with, [204]
Tsankoff régime, [202]

Yugoslavia, relations with, [203], [204]
BULL, Prof. E. (Norway), [227]
BURDETT, Osbert, "Gladstone," 15
BURKE Seumas (Irish Free State), [138]
BURLINGTON Fine Arts Club, 53
BURMA, slavery in, [247]

BURMESE Woman barrister enrolled, 2
BURNETT, Vivian, The Romantick
Lady," 18.

BURNHAM, Viscount, [3], 11; Indian Re-
forms Commission, [242]

BURY, Prof. John Bagnell, Obit., 112
BUSTOS, General (Mexico), [301]
BUTLER, Sir Harcourt, [246], [247]
BUTLER, Dr. Nicholas Murray, [275]
BUTLER, R. L. (S. Australia), [311]
BUTTENSHAW, Mr. (New South Wales),
[310]

BUZDUGAN, M. (Rumania), [187]
BY-ELECTIONS: Bosworth, [58], [59], 6;
Brixton, 6; Canterbury, 10; Leith,
[58], [4]; North Southwark, [58], 4;
Scottish Universities, [63]; 4; Southend,
10; Stourbridge, 3; Westbury, 6

CACLAMONOS, M. (Gr.), [197]
CADOGAN, E. C. G., Indian Reforms Com-
mission, [242]

CALCUTTA, Bishop of, [246]

CALLES, President (Mexico), [297]-[303],
passim. See Mexico.
CAMBÓ, Sr. (Sp.), [218]

"CAMBRIDGE Ancient History," 14, 27
CAMBRIDGE University, 7; Christ's Col-
lege, 9; Corpus Christi College, 9; Fitz-
william Museum, 7; St. Catharine's
College, 9

CAMPBELL, Charles W., C.M.G., Obit.,

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