10 MARCH 1928, Page 1

• The Council of the League opened its new sessions

on Monday and did Some useful business, such as authorizing further work for refugees in Greece and Macedonia.: On Tuesday attention was given to the domestic question of the plans and contracts for the proposed building to house the League. The most important political work was probably done by the Foreign Ministers in private. But on Wednesday the Council reached the delicate matter of the machine guns found on the frontier of Hungary. The accumulated evidence was handed over to a Committee of three for examina- tion. * *