5 AUGUST 1905, Page 3

• Liverpool, or from Mr. E. D. More), Hawarden, Chester)

entitled "Evidence Laid before the Congo Commission of Inquiry." The preface to the pamphlet points out that though the Commission to inquire into the charges of 'atrocities returned to Belgium in March last, neither its 'Report nor any of the evidence taken has been published. The Congo Reform Association, evidently fearing that the Report will not be published, therefore prints the evidence laid before the Commission by a group of missionaries. The pamphlet also contains a summary of the events which have 'taken place in the A.B.I.R. Concession since the Commission returned. It should be added that the Congo Reform Associa- lion states that it "desires to place on record its belief that the Commission heard the evidence placed before it with fairness and impartiality."