18 MAY 1928, page 3

The Offending Members Of The Watch Committee Were...

Labour, but we need not insist upon that fact, for the principle laid down in the conclusion is applicable to all parties. It is not easy to see exactly how the principle could......

It Is Entertaining And Instructive To Compare Some Of The

statements made by Lord Beaverbrook in his book about the management of the War with statements made by the late Lord Oxford in his diary now appearing serially in the Daily......

We Regret To Record The Death Of Sir Edmund Gosse,

critic and poet, who died on Wednesday, aged seventy- 'eight. He entered the world of literature about the same time as his friends Andrew Lang and Austin Dobson. His was not a......

In The House Of Commons On Friday, May 11th, Mr.

John Buchan moved the second reading of his welcome Bill to make greyhound racing subject to local option, The .Government had promised facilities for the Bill, but left the......

While He Was Still Contemplating Action Lord Fisher Wrote To

him an extraordinary letter in which he threatened resignation if he were not given complete control of naval policy. Shortly afterwards Lord Fisher did resign. The thought of......

On Monday The Celebrations Began In Honour Of The...

of the publication of William Harvey's work on the circulation of the blood—Exercitatio Ana- tomica de Motu Cordis et Sanguinis. This treatise was as great and daring a......

Mr. A. R. Ellerington, The Chief Constable Of St. Helens,

Lancashire, has been entirely exonerated of the charges brought against him by the St. Helens Watch Committee. There have been two inquiries and the reports on both were issued......

Bank Rate, 4} Per Cent., Changed From 5 Per Cent.,

on April 21st, 1927. War Loan (5 per cent.) was on Wednesday 1001 ; on Wednesday week 100-11 ; a year ago 1001. Funding Loan (4 per cent.) was on Wednesday 901 ; on Wednesday......