22 JULY 1927, page 3

.those Ever‘varying Galleries, Open Free- To All Lovers...

or rare,. the rooms. of Messrs. Christie and Messrs. Sotheby, .have been centres of special interest in the culmination of the present season. A few days ago the masterpieces......

* * Mr. Robert T. Jones Has Retained At St.

Andrews our open Golf Championship which he won last year. His play was as near perfection as could be. His victory was as popular as any British player's could have been, and......

We Are Delighted To See That Mr. George Trevelyan Is

to follow Professor Bury as Regius. Professor of Modern History at Cambridge. He is certainly a more " modern " historian, as his earliest theme has been the age of Wycliffe,......

The Death At Lenox, Massachusetts, Of Mr. Henry White Will

be deeply regretted in Europe as well as in the United States. Though he escaped appointment as United States Ambassador to the Court of St. James's, he was one of the......

-` We Congratulate The British Academy On Its Twenty- Fifth

birthday and upon the present which Lord Balfour was able to announce at a luncheon held last week to celebrate the occasion. The Government will put at the Academy's disposal......

A White Paper (cmd. 2904, 2d.) Was Issued Last Week

in regard to East Africa. It is really the result of Mr. Ormesby-Gore's visit to those parts and the meetings in East Africa and London of the local Governors and chief......

Bank _ Rate, 41 Per Cent, Changed From 5 Per

cent., on April 21st, 1927. War Loan (5 per cent.) was on Wednesday 1011; on Wednesday week 101*; a yeaz ago 101. Funding Loan (4 per cent.) was on Wednesday ; on Wednesday week......

The House Of Commons, On Thursday, July 14th, Agreed To

the Home Office vote and discussed the West Ham Guardians. Local Labour Members defended the. old Board and wanted to see the end of the present administrators. Mr. Chamberlain......

The Six Territories Concerned Are Working Well Together...

research against disease and in other directions, in co-ordinating their Custom's arrangements, and in spending our money on ports, railways, and roads under the East Africa......

Mr. Benson Only A Few Days Earlier Announced That He

had sold his own collection also for a very large sum indeed, presumably for dispersal. This was a well-known collection because the owner was a generous lender to exhibitions,......