Who's Who, 1905. (A. and C. Black. 7s. 6d. net.)-The
volume still grows in size, as it is bound to do. The pages now number seventeen hundred and ninety-six, and must include about ten times as many names as on its first appearance. It is true that all are not British-we see, for instance, the Sultan of Zanzibar -but the list is a very long one, and its general accuracy and completeness do great credit to those who conduct and revise it. —With this may be mentioned The Englishwoman's Year-Book, Edited by Emily Janes (same publishers, 2s. 6d. net). This volume contains the usual information about occupations open to women, whether professional, technical, mechanical, or other ; about Women's Colleges, Societies for giving aid, Friendly Societies for servants and others, and many other matters, which we cannot enumerate. This is the seventh of the new issue.