great mass that toils and sweats— farmers, industrial workers, clerks, small shopkeepers, artisans, all the categories that cannot defend themselvee."
NO PERSONAL ABUSE OF THE
Typical comment' on the old order was furnished in the Giornale d'Italia of July 29, which wrote: "The new Ministers find the unhappy fruits of personal power: shining and elaborate machten functioning In a void like those mechanical constructions which amuse children: a formal discipline of salutes and time-tables, together with a total confusion as to duties; an absence of the sense of responsibility and of the dignity of one's own rank, which have been swallowed up by an obedience that ix obsequious but not respectful; an envious rivalry between persons and between offices, a conflict of incompetence. With these worn-out and damaged instruments the new Ministers must make the Italian State live in the most serious crisis in its history."
On the other hand, there was an absence of personal abuse about the late Duce. the nearest to it coming in the same Giornale d'Italia, which on July 10 referred as follows to the President of the Boxers' Federation, a post held by Vittorio Mussolini, the ,Duce.'s youngest son: " Everyone knows who he is, there is no need to mention his name—the man who. while captain in a glorious branch of the Forces, heroically made war by organising boxing meetings, stifling all .competition by the authority of his name and the prestige of his position, and attending all sports meetings both on Sundays and on every other day of the week."
The Archbishop of Liverpool Is to speak, under the auspices or the Birmingham Council for Social Health, at a public meeting in the Town Hall on September 6. The subject will be " Health Education in Relation to Venereal Disease." Other speakers will he the Anglican Archdeacon of Aston and Dr, J. Fieldman, London.
Bro. Humphrey, a member of the Anglican Society of St. Francis, Peckham, has been received into the Church.