THE Postmaster General announced redit6tions in postal charges to cummemprate the jubilee. Among theru is a return to the sixpenny telegram, which comas into _operation. on the afternoon of May el. Other improvements in the service include: a new parcel-post scale, the telephone to be made us available in, m rural and remote places as it is in towns, and an imperial penny postcard ratei Substantial changes have been made in the jUbilee procession which is now, to be on a much larger scale. From John o' Groats, Land's Feld, Londonderry, South Welles, arid East Anglia relay runners or the Boys' Brigade arrived In London on Wednesday, bringing messages of loyalty to their Majesties. More than £300,000. exclusive. of calteetioas from outside London, buy° beret received for the King's Jubilee Trust Fund. In commemoration of the jubilee the Pilgrim. Trust has given a sin-n of £5,000 towards the amount. re-i gbueiiirlegdsptooilseale the Malvern Hilts from General iMprcvernAnt in employment is now being felt all over the country. The lee e . i e. eueeipka ai mer Ateei is e1291,0314(r;11, ,1046y0 T. it)1,r Tliouwriel getrit of personspbeerseonn ssince I employment is 10,320,000, the highest figure since 1920. The Minister of Transport announced the removal of the speed linniltefrKimietrigeelri ti nin roads in the London roads. traffit: area and inmoseet it on other ade the Duke of Kent a knight of the Order of the Thiene. The government actuary etas issued a report under the Teacher's Super annuaion. Act a heel showe a delitiency of £9,974,642 in the pens:len acrount at Mareh Me, the reaeen Rivet' bcaeg that the longevity of teachers was under-estimated by tho eennaittee responsible tor the report on which the act was framed.