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EDITORIAL

EDITORIAL

Royal Commission to the West Indics. The promised to the West Indies has been announced. The members of the Commission are: Rt. Hon. Lord Moyne (Chairman), Sir Edward Stubbs (Vice-Chairman), the Hon. Member for Rushcliffe (Mr. Assheton), Dr. Mary Blacklock, Sir Walter Citrine, D
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
TRINIDAD 1938.

TRINIDAD 1938.

Pitch-lakes rich as Kimberley mines; Island afloat on a sea of oil, Long miles of ordered green. And a hundred thousand working-men, Negroes and Indians in barrack and pen, Poor-blooded, starved and lean! Seasonal crops of golden grains; Bumper harvests of ripe, rich fruit; Mill
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
of this extensive parish, and one of the most Honourable Privy Council, you will find him at the Kirk on

of this extensive parish, and one of the most Honourable Privy Council, you will find him at the Kirk on

Sunday whenever he is in town teaching (perhaps a slave belonging to an estate which he has the management of). Good news you will say is this. I agree it is good, but these things should have been done twenty years ago. The minds of the young would then have been formed and fit
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

Dr. H. A. MOODY, \1.1)., London. 6, Walpole Street, P.O. Box 243, Freetown, Sierra Leone 28th July, 1938. Sir, I am sending to you by today's mail this Report regarding the activities of the League of Coloured People in Sierra Leone, together with my observations and recommendat
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
D PEOPLES

D PEOPLES

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West Indies, and are holding ourselves in -readiness to give evidence if so required. We have held three important meetings

West Indies, and are holding ourselves in -readiness to give evidence if so required. We have held three important meetings

on Jamaica which have received a good press, and we are exerting, and shall continue to exert every possible influence to help to procure for our people in the British West Indies a future which will give to one and all the opportunity to live decently and healthily to enjoy som
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Government grants £lO,OOO for about twenty schools, while the fees from the scholars total £55,000. There are four training colleges

Government grants £lO,OOO for about twenty schools, while the fees from the scholars total £55,000. There are four training colleges

for teachers, on which the Jamaica Government spends roughly £6,000. On scholarships, not quite £5,000 is spent. These are just the bare facts of a quite unsatisfactory state of affairs. Even now, when a million pounds is being raised for long delayed land settlement and necessa
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
POUNDS THIS YEAR USEFUL GIFTS FOR

POUNDS THIS YEAR USEFUL GIFTS FOR

THE SALE MOST WELCOME ESPECIALLY
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
Dear Dr. :Moody,

Dear Dr. :Moody,

Thank you for your letter of the 15th of September enclosing a Resolution adopted at the meeting held at the Memorial Hall on the 14th of September. With regard to the second paragraph of the Resolution 1 would mention that it is to social and economic conditions that the attent
October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England
 
WEST INDIAN AND WEST AFRICAN GOODS SEND WHAT YOU CAN AND COME AND BUY.

WEST INDIAN AND WEST AFRICAN GOODS SEND WHAT YOU CAN AND COME AND BUY.

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October 1, 1938 - The Keys - London, London, England