4 JANUARY 1930, Page 27

We congratulate the Scottish Motor Traction Company on their enterprise

and, enthusiasm in publishing a new and enlarged form of the S. M. T. Magazine and, above all, on the support which the editor intends to give to all movements having at heart the preservation of England's beauty. In the January number, the list of contributors includes the names of Lord Cecil, who writes instructively and clearly on "The Pathway to Peace," Miss V. Sackville-West on "The Lure of the Circus," and Mr. S. L. Bensusan on "Winter Musings." The articles are vivid and short and the subjects dealt with are delightfully varied, travel articles naturally predominating. They range from "Christmas Memories of the Prince of Wales" to "Fashions Forecast for Early Spring Wear." The S. M. T. Magazine is published monthly at 6d.