Page images
PDF
EPUB
[merged small][merged small][merged small][graphic][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

LONDON
CONSTABLE & COMPANY LIMITED 10 & 12 ORANGE STREET

LEICESTER SQUARE W.C. 2

[The rights of translation and of reproduction

are reserved.) trin.

Paxon

CONTENTS OF VOL. XCV

PAGE

I

[ocr errors]

II

[ocr errors]

59

'QUO VADIMUS ?' By Hugh Chesterman

POLITICS AND POLITICIANS TO-DAY :-

(1) THE NEED OF_THE AGE. By Rev. J. Worsley Boden .

(2) THE LABOUR Party. By Sir Sydney Olivier

20

(3) Some Views OF A NON-Voter. By Walter Shaw Sparrow

31

THE LAND PROBLEM. By Sir Henry Rew

38

WALKS WITH THACKERAY. By Edward Wakefield

52, 222

THE WAND OF PROSPERO. By Walter Frewen Lord

TALK AND TABLE TALK. By Professor James A. Lindsay

69

THE COLOUR OF HORSES. By The Hon. Violet Biddulph

78

A Visit to ROSETTA. By Mrs. R. L. Devonshire

86

THE AGE OF STONEHENGE. By E. Herbert Stone

97

AFTER WATERLOO. By Dr. Arthur Shadwell

106

Germany's AMAZING NEW FLEET. By F. Sefton Delmer

117

EDUCATION AND `ECONOMY.' By G. H. Bonner

124

THE FRENCH DECREE OF MAY 3, 1923. By Dr. W. H. D. Rouse

132

OUTLOOK ON THE UNIVERSE. By Sir Oliver Lodge

137

LONDON NIGHTS. By Stephen Graham

147

IMPERIAL PREFERENCE. By The Right Hon. Stanley M. Bruce

157

ENHAM AND THE DISABLED MAN. By Lord Henry Cavendish

Bentinck

169

REUNION. By The Bishop of Durham

179

POLITICS AND POLITICIANS TO-DAY :-

(1) LABOUR AND THE DRAGON. By Stuart Hodgson

187

(2) THE PESSIMISTS AND LABOUR. By Captain C. e. Cox

193

(3) Ex PARTE. By Harold Hodge

202

(4) STALEMATE AND THE Sequel. By Captain c. E. Loseby

213

REG. v. Mason. By Sir Francis Newbolt .

227

UP-TO-DATE' Music. By H. A. Scott

237

"FAIR MAIDS OF FEBRUARY.' By G. Clarke Nuttall

247

LEGACIES OF THE WAR. By General Sir Hubert Gough

251

SPAIN AND ENGLAND. By Mrs. Bernhard Whishaw

258

THE NORTH-WEST FRONTIER. By Lieut.-Col. C. à Court Repington 269

THE ORTHODOX PATRIARCHATE OF JERUSALEM. By Lieut.-Col.

J. B. Barron

278

THE PROBLEM OF A Future Life. By Harold F. Wyatt : 288

SLUM CLEARANCE SCHEMES. By James P. Or .

301

ALCOHOL AND MEAT. By L. F. Easterbrook

306

XENOPHANES, THE MONIST OF COLOPHON. "By Thomas Hardy

315

A DISGRACEFUL Act. By L. F. Easterbrook

318

PUBLIC EDUCATION IN NORTHERN IRELAND : The New System.

By The Marquess of Londonderry

328

Asia ẢND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS. By 'Chao-hsin Chu

335

OUR BENIGHTED ' ECONOMISTS. By Arthur Kitson

341

POLITICS AND POLITICIANS TO-DAY :-

(1) THE PRESENT SITUATION. By The Right Hon. H. A. L. Fisher 347

(2) COMMON FORM AND COMMONPLACE. By Walter Frewen Lord 354

(3) PROTECTION AND THE LABOUR Party. By John R. Remer .

The Ghost IN · HAMLET. By W. J. Lawrence

BROADCASTING IN LITERATURE. By Cyril Falls

HOMER AND MODERN THOUGHT. By Rev. C. J. Cadoux

A GREAT NEWSPAPER : THE ‘Scotsman. By Lord Sands

The Genius OF MASACCIO. By Godfrey Locker Lampson

'THE GLORY OF THE GARDEN. By Rev. Canon T. L. Papillon 415

Birds of Sicily. By Joseph I. $. Whitaker

423

[ocr errors]

.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

627

647

SOME NOTES ON DRESS. - By Viscountess Cave

THE PRESS TABLE. By E. Clephan Palmer

445

THE ROUT OF A COALITION (1784). By Professor J. Holland Rose

451

A STUDY IN LIFE VALUES. By A. Wyatt Tilby

459

ARE WE CIVILISED ? By Reynell J. Ř. G. Wreford

468

THE SYRENS OF DISCORD. By George H. Bonner

475

FOREIGN POLICY OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA. By Dr. Eduard Beneš 483

THE LONDON TRAFFIC SCANDAL. By Field-Marshal Sir William

Robertson

491

SINGAPORE. "By Major-Gen. Sir George Aston

502

UNEMPLOYMENT :-

(1) THE' TRADE FACILITIES ' Act. By The Right Hon. E. Hilton

Young

512

(2) The Ex-Service MAN. By J. R. Griffin

523

RICHARD JEFFERIES. By G. R. Stirling Taylor

BYRON'S ŠULIOTE BODYGUARD. By Commander Lord Teignmouth

541

MODERNISM IN THE ARts. By Delmar Harmood Banner

555

SPRING IN THE CAIRNGORMS. By Katharine C. Hopkinson

FORFARSHIRE AS A ROYAL COUNTY. By Charles Lowe

577

ABD-EL-AZIZ IBN SA'UD. By Lord Belhaven and Stenton

587

THE BERAR QUESTION AGAIN. By Lieut.-Col. Sir Wolseley Haig 592

GERMANY AND MONARCHISM. By F. Sefton Delmer

599

ADULT EDUCATION IN RURAL DISTRICTS. By Elizabeth Sanderson

Haldane

609

The Friend OF WAR. By Walter Shaw Sparrow

617

POPLAR-APART FROM POLITICS. By Sydney K, Phelps

A GREAT IMPERIAL POLICY :

(1) ECONOMIC CONFERENCE—AND AFTER. By The Right Hon. Sir

Joseph Cook.

635

(2) The Free Traders’ Objections. By Lord Sheffield

THE CONSERVATIVE FAITH. By E. B. Osborn

660

THE LAND : OUR Need or SMALL HOLDERS By Major E.

Hammond Foot .

670

AUBER's Ridge, MAY, 1915. By Captain H. M. B. Salmon 676

THE BIBLE AND THE JESTER. By Vernon Rendall

697

PUBLIC TASTE. By Stanley Rowland

702

The Art of the DETECTIVE STORY. By R. Austin Freeman

713

LAWN TENNIS: A MORALITY GAME. By Rev. C. B. Hulton .

722

THE EAGLE IN A CAGE. By Seton Gordon

730

A CONTINENTAL SUNDAY IN ENGLAND. By Bishop Frodsham

735

THE FRENCH ELECTION. By The Abbé Ernest Dimnet

746

MODERN SAMURAI. By Captain Colin R. Coote

755

THE FAILURE OF THE GERMAN SOCIALISTS. By E. H. Wilcox

763

THE FREE SEAS IN PEACE. By Sir Francis Piggott

774

WIRELESS. By Mrs. Hicks Beach

782

THE VOICE OF THE FLAME. By G. H. Bonner :

790

Two NEIGHBOURS OF RUSSIA AND THEIR POLICIES :

(1) ROUMANIA AND BESSARABIA. By His Excellency Mons. N.

Titulescu

791

(2) POLAND. By Professor Roman Dyboski

804

AIR AND EGOISM. By L. F. Easterbrook

THE CASE

OF THE WORKING JOURNALIST.' By J. P. Collins

TRANSJORDANIA—AND THE MANDATE FARCE. By Lord Raglan

THE NOVEL OF TO-DAY. By A. Ryan

843

THE ‘ MORTE D'ARTHUR.' By Charles F. Cooksey

852

ICELANDIC LITERATURE. By G. Ainslie Hight

860

THE ROYAL ACADEMY. By Delmar Harmood Banner

868

THE SILVERY WOOD-WARBLER. By W. Walmesley White

HILLS AND A VALLEY. By Willoughby Dewa (D. Willoughby) ) 882

MOUNT SINAI AND ITS MONASTERY. By A. S. Merton.

889

THE TRUE CAUSE OF TRADE DEPRESSION. By Arthur Kitson

899

HOUSING: A NATIONAL POLICY, By Trevelyan Thomson

908

LIFE AND SCENES IN LONDON :-

(1) BETHNAL GREEN. By Sydney K. Phelps

919

(2) WATERLOO BRIDGE. By The Hon. Gilbert Coleridge

[ocr errors]

.

[ocr errors]
[merged small][ocr errors][ocr errors][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][graphic][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small][merged small]

627

635 647 660

670 676 697

702 713 722 730

735 746

JANUARY 1924
CONTENTS

No. 563. Vol. XCV
Quo Vadimus ?'.

By HUGH CHESTERMAN
Politics and Politicians To-day :
(1) The Need of the Age .

By THE REV. J. WORSLEY BODEN
(2) The Labour Party

By SIR SYDNEY OLIVIER, K.C.M.G., C.B.
13) Some Views of a Non-Voter

By WALTER SHAW SPARROW
The Land Problem

By SIR HENRY REW, K.C.B.
Walks with Thackeray--I.

By EDWARD WAKEFIELD
The Wand of Prospero

By WALTER FREWEN LORD
Talk and Table Talk

By PROFESSOR JAMES A. LINDSAY
The Colour of Horses

By THE HON. VIOLET BIDDULPH
A Visit to Rosetta

By MRS. R. L. DEVONSHIRE
The Age of Stonehenge.

By E. HERBERT STONE
After Waterloo

By DR. ARTHUR SHADWELL
Germany's Amazing New Fleet

By F. SEFTON DELMER
Education and Economy'

By G. H. BONNER
The French Decree of May 3, 1923

By DR. W. H. D. ROUSE
Outlook on the Universe

By SIR OLIVER LODGE, F.R.S.

By STEPHEN GRAHAM

755 763 774 782 790

[blocks in formation]

London Nights

868 877 882 889 899

908

919

LONDON: CONSTABLE & CO. LTD., ORANGE STREET, LEICESTER SQUARE, W.C.2
PARIS MESSAGERIES HACHETTE 11, Rue Reaumur.

NEW YORK: LEONARD SCOTT PUBLICATION Co.
Registered for Canadian Magazine Post

All rights reserved
PRICE THREE SHILLINGS

928

« PreviousContinue »