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O.B.E.-Officer of the Order
of the British Empire.
O.F.S.-Orange Free State.
Orange River




St. Michael and St. George.
K.C.S.I.-Knight Comman-
der of the Star of India.
K.C.V.O. Knight Com- Parlmt.-Parliament.
mander of the Victorian Parly.-Parliamentary.

K.G.-Knight of the Most
Noble Order of the Garter
Knt., Knt. Bach., or K.B.-
Knight Bachelor.

Legis. Assem.-Legislative

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P.C.-Privy Council.
P.E.I.-Prince Edward Is-

Pett. Sess.-Petty Sessions.
P.M.G.-Postmaster - Gen-


Ret. Retired.


R.I.C.-Royal Irish Con-

R.M.-Resident Magistrate.
R.M.A.-Royal Marine Ar

R.N.R.-Royal Naval Re


Sergt. Sergeant.

Sask. Saskatchewan.

S.J.P.-Stipendiary Justice
of the Peace.

S. Leone-Sierra Leone.

S. of S.-Secretary of State.
S. Sttlmts.-Straits Settle-


Stip. Stipendiary.

St. M. and St. G.-St. Michael
and St. George.

Sup. Ct.-Supreme Court.
Super. Ct.-Superior Court.
Supt. Superintendent.

Pol. Mag.-Police Magistrate. Surg.-Surgeon.





Pub. Wks.-Public Works.
P.W.-Province of Wel-






U.K.-United Kingdom.

P.W.D.-Public Works De- U.S.A-United States of



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RECORD of the Public Services of Officers of the several Colonial Governments and other persons connected with the Colonies.

The titles of "His Excellency," "His Honour," are to save space, not inserted in the following records of services.

A Governor General is styled "His Excellency" and his wife "Her Excellency." A Governor is styled "His Excellency" while actually administering a Government and an Officer Administering a Government in the absence of a Governor General or Governor is entitled to be similarly styled. The designation of a Lieutenant Governor in a Canadian Province is "His Honour," and this is the customary designation of a Lieutenant Governor or Administrator. But the Administrators of the several Provinces of the Union of South Africa are styled "The Honourable."

Judges of Supreme Courts in His Majesty's Self-Governing Dominions are styled "The Honourable." In Crown Colonies, etc., they usually bear the local designation of "His Honour." The title of "Honourable" is given for life to all Members of the King's Privy Council for Canada.

In His Majesty's Self-Governing Dominions the title of "Honourable" is borne during tenure of office by all members of Executive Councils, by all members of Legislative Councils (other than Legislative Councils of Provinces of Canada) and by the Speaker of the Lower House of the Legislatures; also by Senators of the Dominion of Canada and the Union of South Africa. It is also used locally by Members of the Executive and Legislative Councils of all Crown Colonies, etc., but not by Members of the Legislative Councils of the Presidencies of the Leeward Islands.

The following in His Majesty's Self-Governing Dominions are eligible to be recommended to retain the title of "Honourable":-Retiring Executive Councillors who have served for at least three years as Minister or one year as Prime Minister. Presidents of the Senates and Legislative Councils and Speakers of the Legislative Assemblies on quitting office after having served three years in their respective offices. Senators and Members of the Legislative Councils on retirement or resignation after a continuous service therein for not less than 10 years. Judges of Supreme Courts on retirement.

Owing to the increasing pressure on their space, the Editors have been compelled to abbreviate the records of service as much as possible, and for the same reason it is impossible to continue to publish the record of an officers's services after his retirement unless he has received the honour of Knighthood.

Officers are requested to furnish prompt information of any errors or deficiencies in the record. Insertion or correction of records in next year's list cannot be guaranteed unless particulars are forwarded in time to reach the Editors not later than 31st December.

* Records of officers of whose death the Editors have been informed while the sheets have been going through the Press are marked with an asterisk.

ABBOTT, WмM. JACKSON.-Ch. warder of cent. pris., Antigua, 8th Mar., 1901; ch. clk., regisr's. off., 1903; ag. ch. keeper of pris., 1903; ag. supt. of Skerrett's schl., 1904; ag. ch. keeper of pris. and supt. of pauper cemetery, 15th July, 1904; asst. for agric. experiments, 24th Feb., 1905; city clk., supt. of water wks., etc., Antigua, 1st Apr., 1908.

ABRAHAMS, SIDNEY SOLOMON.-B. 1885; ed. Bedford Modern Schl. and Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge; B.A., L.L.B.; called to the bar, Middle Temp., June, 1909; Midland circuit; town mag., Zanzibar, June, 1915; crown counsel, Kenya, Nov., 1915, but did not proceed; seconded for serv. with Mesopotamia civil admstn., Jan., 1920; advoc.-gen. and regisr. of companies, Baghdad, Apr., 1920; pres., ct. of first instance, ct. of sessions and ct. of criminal appl., Basrah, Jan., 1921; atty.-gen., Zanzibar, 30th June, 1922; editor, English Reports, annotated, 1914-15; compiled (jointly), Zanzibar law repts., 18681918.

ABERDEEN AND TEMAIR, 1ST MARQUESS OF (creat. 1915); 7TH EARL, creat. 1682; VISCT. FROMARTINE, BARON HADDO, METHLIC, TARVES, and KELLIE, 1682; Bart., 1642 (Scot.); VISCT. GORDON OF ABERDEEN, 1814 (U.K.), under which title he sits in the House of Lords; K.T. (1906); P.C. (1886); G.C.M.G. (1895); G.C.V.O., JOHN ABRAMS, ARTHUR BARROW.-Fellow of Cent. CAMPBELL HAMILTON-GORDON, 3rd son of the 5th Assoc. of Accnts. (Incor.) England; asst. head Earl.-B. 1847; succeeded his brother, 1870; lord-storekeeper, P.W.D., Gold Coast, 9th Oct., 1905; lieut. of Aberdeenshire, 1880; high comsnr. to gen. assem., Church of Scotland, 1881-6; lord-lieut. of Ireland, Feb. to Aug., 1886; gov.-gen. of Canada, 1893 to 1898; representative of Canada on Pacific Cable Board, 1899 to 1900; lord-lieut. of Ireland, 1905-1915.

ABRAHAM, JOHN CONRAD, M.B. E. (1918).B. 1889; ed. Keswick Schl. and Wadham Coll., Oxford; asst. res., Nyasaland, 1911; sp. serv., carrier transport, N.F.F., 1914-18; ment. in desps. three times; ag. res., 1920.

head storekeeper, 26th May, 1906; offl. mem. town coun., Sept.-Oct., 1906; asst. ch. clk, and accnt., 12th May, 1907; ch. clk. and accnt., 18th Oct., 1908.

ACHESON, A. B.-B. 1895; ed. Dulwich Coll. and Keble Coll., Oxford (scholar, 1913); on mil. service, 1914-1919; apptd. under raconstruction scheme, 2nd cls. clk., C.O., 12th Jan., 1920; asst. prin., 1st Apr., 1920; sec. to cemtee. on the development of scientific training and research 19th Nov., 1920.



ACLAND, FREDERICK A.-B. 1861; journalist, | Kelantan, 1918; ag. 1st asst. sec., 1919; ag. England, U.S. A., and Canada; apptd. sec. dept. of lab., Canada, 1907: deputy min. of lab., 1908; King's printer, 15th June, 1921.

ACTON, ROGER DAVID.-Cadet, F.M.S., Nov., 1896; collr. of land rev., Perak, June, 1900; asst. sec. to res., Perak, Jan., 1903; dep. regisr., sup. ct., Penang, May, 1907; ag. sheriff and deputy regisr., Penang, Dec., 1907; deputy regisr. and asst. off. assignee, Apr., 1908; ag. 2nd mag., Singapore, Dec., 1910; promoted to Cls. III., Apr., 1911; 2nd mag., Singapore, Apr., 1911; ag. dist. judge, 1912; ag. regisr., sup. ct., Penang, Oct., 1912; ag. 2nd mag., Penang, Oct., 1913; ag. audr.-gen., Feb., 1914; ag. senr. dist. offr., Prov. Wellesley, June, 1915; ag. censor, Penang, June, 1915; ag. solr.-gen., Oct., 1915; ag. dist. judge and 1st mag., Penang, Dec., 1916; ag. atty.-gen., June, 1920; dist. judge, Singapore, July, 1921.

ADAMS, HON. ALEXANDER SAMUEL.-B. 1861; ed., pub. schls. and Otago Univ., N.Z.; barrister and solr., 1883; crown solr., 1920; judge, N.Z. sup. ct., 1921.

ADAMS, C. H.--Asst. dist. comsnr., E.A.P., 18th Dec., 1908; dist. comsnr., Mar., 1917.

ADAMS, ERNEST VICTOR.-B. 1875; ed. at Cranleigh Schl. and City of London Coll.; served articles, Quan. Survrs., London, 1891-1894; passed prelim. exam. Surv. Inst., 1895; Fellow of the Registd. Corp. Acctnts. (F.C.R.A.), 1915; tech. asst., accts. br., H.M. Office of Works, London, 1894-1895; acctnt. clk., civ.-engnr.-in-chf's. dept., Admiralty, in charge, corresp. br., ag. on various occasions as ch. survr., 1895-1900; transfd. to Simon's Bay Dkyd. Extension, Cape Colony, as senr. acctnt. clk., in charge accts. and corresp., S.C.E.'s Office, 1900-1905; served as sgt. in Simon's Bay Dkyd. Vol. Rifles (Boer War), 1901; recd. comsn. in Cape Gar. Artillery, Sept., 1902, prom. captain, Mar., 1905; ch. acctnt., Engnrs., India, 1906-1910; asst. sec., Engnrs., England, 1910-1912; acctnt. and cshr., Gold Coast Harbrs., Accra and Seccondee, 1912-1918; rly. acctnt., in charge rly. and pub. wks. accts., Anglo-French occuptn., Togoland, 1918-1919; asst. rec.-gen., Gambia, 22nd May, 1919; senr. asst. recr. gen., 1st Jan., 1920; contrlr., food and fuel, July to Sept., 1920; J.P. and comsnr., ct. of requests, 14th Sept., 1920; ag. rec.-gen., P.M.G., currency offr., and chmn., navigation and pilotage bd., July to Oct., 1920, and July, 1921 to Jan., 1922; mem., exec. and leg. couns., July to Oct., 1920 and Sept., 1921, to Jan., 1922; asst. acctnt., P.W.D., Gold Coast, 9th Dec., 1922.

ADAMS, PERCY TARGETT.-B. 1863; ed. at Epsom Medical Coll., 1874 to 1879, Guy's Hosp. and Durham Univ., 1881 to 1886; res. med. offr., Kent County Ophthalmic Hosp. (9 years), and a further 3 years as hon. full surgeon; for 10 years asst. M.O.H. of Borough of Maidstone and deputy M.O.H. and asst. pub. analyst for County of Kent; med. offr., G.P.O., London, 1897; asst. M.O.H., Port of Bombay, 1898-1900; retd. to med. dept., G.P.O., London, 1900; govt. analyst and bacteriologist, O.R.C., June, 1903; asst. M.O.H. for Union of S. Africa at Bloemfontein, 1910; asst. health offr., Bloemfontein, 1919, and Pretoria, 1921.

ADAMS, THEODORE SAMUEL.---B. 1885; ed. King's Schl., Canterbury, and All Soul's Coll., Oxford, B.A.; cadet, F.M.S., Nov., 1908; ag. supervisor of cust., Taiping, 1910-11; asst. dist. offr., Klang, 1911; dist. offr., Kuala Langat, 1912; dist. offr., Ulu Kelantan, 1914; supdt., lands,

1st asst. sec. to govt., 1920; ch. asst. dist. offr., Kinta, 1920; ag. dist. offr., Ulu Selangor, July, 1922.

ADAMS, THOMAS, F.S.I.-B. 1871; ed. Corstorphine and Edinburgh; pres., Young Scots' Soc., 1900; sec., Garden City Assoc., 1901-1904; sec. and man., First Garden City Co., 1903-1906; town planning adviser to Marquis of Salisbury, Earl of Lytton, Sir Richard Paget, Bt., and other landowners, 1906-1909; town planning inspr., L.G.B. of England and Wales, 1909-1914; examr. in civic design, Univ. of Liverpool, 1912-1914; rep. of L.G.B. on arterial roads; Confces. of Greater London, 1913-1914; prepd. offl. repts. on housing and town planning invstgtns. in U.S., Germany, Sweden, and other countries and on first town planning schemes in Britain, 1908-1918; organised cheap cottage exhibns., Letchworth, 1905, and Wolverhampton, 1908; housing and town plan ning adviser to Canadian Govt. since 1914; hon. mem. Instn. of Mun. and Cnty. Engnrs. (England); mem. of American Soc. of Mun. Improvements; pres. Town Planning Inst. of Britain, 1913-1914, and mem. of coun., 1914-1919; mem. bd. of govs., American City Planning Inst., 1915-1918; chmn., Town Planning Inst. of Canada, 1919.

Publications:-"Land Question in Scotland, 1897; "Garden Cities and Agriculture," 1903; "Housing in Town and Country," 1906; "Town Planning in Greater London," 1914; "State, City and Town Planning," 1916; "Rural Planning and Development," 1917; Community Planning in Wartime," 1918; "Planning and Development in Oregon," 1919, and numerous papers to scientific societies.

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ADAMSON, JOHN ERNEST.-B. 1867; ed. in London; Litt.D., M.A., London Univ. ; principal, Normal Coll., Pretoria, 1902; dir. of educn., Transvaal, 1905; M.L.C., Transvaal; mem. of coun. of Cape University; dir. of educn., Transvaal Prov.

ADDISON, D'ARCY WENTWORTH, M.V.O., I.S.O.- Ent. Tasmanian pub. serv., 1st Dec., 1887; elk. of exec. coun., 1903; sec. to premier since 1902; ch. electoral offr., 1914; mag., 1918; admstr. of charitable grants, 1914-19; sec. for neglected children's dept., 1914-19; state organiser, visit of H.R.H. Prince of Wales, 1920; under sec. for Tasmania.

ADDISON, JOSEPH BARTLETT, M.B.E. (1918), M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.-Ed. at St. Mary's Hosp., London; asst. med. offr., Seychelles, 1907; chief med. offr., 1908; ag. priv. sec. and clk. to exec. coun. from May to Nov., 1912.

ADELAIDE, BISHOP OF, RIGHT REV. ARTHUE NUTTER THOMAS, D.D., Cantab.-B. 1869; rector of Guisborough, Yorks., 1901-1906; bishop of Adelaide since 1906.

ADERS, WALTER MANSFIELD.-B. 1881; ed. Dulwich Coll. and Univ. Coll., London; Marburg Univ., Prussia, Ph.D. (science honours) 1902; engaged on research work, Marine Biological Assoc., Plymouth, 1903; asst. to pathologist, Egyptian govt. hosp., Cairo, and curator of pathological museum, 1905; res. offr. of rinderpest serum station, Abassia, Cairo, 1906; priv. asst. and scientific sec. to dir. of quarantine bd., Alexandria, 1907; detailed to El Tor for research work re cause of dysentery amongst pilgrims : research work with Prof. Viguier Algiers (marine biology); research work, Welcome Laboratory Khartoum, 1909; London Schl. of Trop. Med., 1910; research work, Zanzibar, since 1911; recd. thanks of S. of S. for foreign affairs and

the Order of the Brilliant Star of Zanzibar, | 2nd cls., for services rendered, 1912; asst. postal censor, 1914-1916; ch. censor, 1916-1918; lent to mily. authorities for work in Dar-es-Salaam and Kilwa, 1917; economic biologist, 1st June, 1917; at request of gov. of Tanganyika Territory proceeded to Dar-es-Salaam to advise on antimalarial work, 1921; author of numerous papers and reports on scientific subjects.

AGAR, ARTHUR KIRWAN.-B. 1877; ed. at Brighton Coll., called to the bar, Grays Inn, May, 1919; temp. lieut. R.A.S.C., Oct., 1915; ag.-capt. R.A.S.C., Aug., 1916; staff capt., W.O., Feb. Dec., 1919; dist. mag., dep. judge, ct. of summary juris., coroner, regisr. of sup. ct., escheator gen., provost marshal, regisr. gen., regisr. of titles and legal adviser to govt. of Montserrat, 1st Oct., 1920; chmn., food prices comtee., Oct., 1920.

AGBEBI, DENIYI.-Asst. warder, Lagos prison, 1885; 4th clk., treas., 1886; examg. offr., customs, 3rd Aug., 1893; paymr., Ibadan detchmt., Hausa Force, 15th May, 1897; in conjunction, postmr. and clk. to res., Ibadan, 14th Dec., 1901, to Mar., 1903; audit elk., June, 1903.

AHEARNE, CHRISTOPHER DOMINIO.-B. 1886; ed. Christian Schls., Cork, and Trinity Coll., Dublin, scholar 1907; senr. moderator, B.A.,1909; cadet, S. Sttlmts., 1910; India, studying Tamil, 1911; asst. supt., Indian immigrants, Selangor, 1912; 1st asst. contrlr. of labr., Penang, 1913; dep. contrlr. of labr., Klang, 1914; dep. regisr., sup. ct., Penang, 1916; dist. offr., Balik Pulau, 1916; asst. supt., govt. monopolies, S'pore, 1917; asst. regisr., impts. and expts. (war dept.), 1918; offr., cls. iv., Jan., 1919; asst. adviser to govt. of Johore, Batu Pahat, 1919-21.

AIKINS, SIR JAMES A. M., KNT. BACH. (1914), K.C.-B. 1851; ed. Upper Canada Coll., Univ. of Toronto; graduated in arts; called to the bar, Ontario, 1878; Manitoba 1879: Q.C., 1884; counsel for the C.P.R. Co. at Winnipeg, 18811911; pres. Canadian Bar Assoc., 1914-1916; lieut.-gov., Manitoba, 1917; re-apptd. for a second term, 1921.

AINSWORTH, THOMAS WILLIAM.-B. 1891; ed. Leeds Gram. Schl. and St. John's Coll., Oxford; B.A., 1913; M.A., 1918; cadet, Hong Kong civ. ser., Nov., 1914; passed cadet, June, 1917; ag. sec., sanitary bd., May, 1917; seconded for mil. serv., 1917; ag. dep. regisr, and appraiser, sup. ct., Aug., 1919; ag. 2nd asst. to sec. for Chinese affairs, Sept., 1919; sec. to the industrial employment of children comsn. in addn., Apr., 1921; asst. treas. and asst. assessor of rates in addn., May, 1921; J.P., 1922.

AITKEN, JOHN, B.A., L.L.B. (1906).-B.1885; ed. Giggleswick Coll. and Christ's Coll., Camb.; barrister-at-law, Inner Temple, 1909; asst. dist. offr., S. Nigeria, 1913; station mag., Nigeria, 1915; crown counsel, Gold Coast, 3rd Nov., 1920; ag. solr.-gen., Dec., 1920 to Apr., 1921, July to Sept. and Oct. to Nov., 1921 and June to July, 1922; ag. puisne judge, Sept. to Oct., 1921, and from July to Sept., 1922.

AKITOYÈ, DANIEL.-B. 1866; ed. at Lagos Gram. Schl.; copyist to Queen's Advocate, Lagos, Aug., 1886; was fourteen years regisr. of instruments affecting land; dep. regisr. of births, deaths, marriages, and aliens, Jan., 1895; ag. regisr. at intervals; clk. to comsnr. of lands (now dir. of surveys). Apl., 1901.

ALBURY, G. A.-B. 1865; entd. Bahamas civ. serv., 1898; Out Island comsnr. (1st div.), 1909; (c)

sisal inspr., pro. tem., Jan., 1919; also ag. S. and C. mag. from Aug., 1919.

ALBURY, JOSEPH JOHNSON.-B. 1881; Out Island comsnr. (4th div.), Bahamas, 1910; 3rd. div. comsnr., Jan., 1918.

ALBURY, STANLEY VICTOR STRATHMERE.— B. 1873; tidewaiter, Bahamas, 1901; clk., post office, 1907; Out Island comsur. (3rd div.), 1911; (2nd div.), 1912; supt. of hospital, 1917.

ALBURY, WILTON GRANT.-B. 1877; public school teacher, Bahamas, 1896; resigned, 1906; re-apptd., 1909; head-master, boys' central school, 1914; inspr. of schools, 1915.

ALCOCK, WILLIAM D. E.-B. 1892; ed. King Edward's schl., Birmingham, and Birmingham Univ.; B.A., 1913 (1st class, two distinctions); cadet, Fiji, Jan., 1915; dist. comsnr., Savusavu, Kadavu, Colo East, Lautoka and Bua, Nov., 1915 to Jan., 1920; qual. in law, Oct., 1917; asst. polit. offr., Tanganyika Territory, Apr., 1920.

ALEXANDER, EDWARD BRUCE.-B. 1872; ed. Forest Schl., and Trin. Coll., Oxford (B.A.); cadet, Ceylon civ. ser., Dec., 1895; offl. asst. to govt. agt., S. Prov., Aug., 1897; pol. mag., Panadure, Aug., 1899; asst. govt. agt., Matale, Dec., 1900; Kegalle, Oct., 1903; seconded addl. supt. of pol., Cent. Prov., May, 1905; supt. of pol., S. Prov., July, 1905; ag. inspr.-gen. of pol., Mar.Nov., 1907, and Dec., 1908 to Jan., 1909; supt. of pol., Cent. Prov., Nov., 1907; asst. govt. agt., Puttalam, June, 1910; ag. govt. agt., Sabaragamuwa, Aug., 1911; chmn., mun. coun., and mayor of Colombo, Apl., 1913; on military duty Sept., 1914; govt. agt., Prov. of Sabaragamuwa, Apl., 1919; ag. contr., rev. and ag. food contr., Mar., 1920; addtl. contr. of rev., Sept., 1921; ag. prin. collr. of cust., Oct., 1921: govt. agt., W. Prov., Nov., 1921; ag. contr., rev., Nov., 1922.

ALEXANDER, GILCHRIST GIBB. - Ed. at Glasgow Acad. and Glasgow Univ.; M.A., with 1st cls. hons. in mental philosophy, 1893; Eglinton Fellowship; gold medal as most distinguished graduate in arts of year; called to the bar, Middle Temple, 1896; chief pol. mag., Fiji, Mar., 1907; ag. atty.-gen., and mem. exec. and legis. couns., Fiji, June, 1907, to May, 1908, June to Aug., 1908, Aug., 1910, to Feb., 1911, and from Oct., 1912, to Sept., 1913; seconded for serv. with W. Pacific High Comsnr. on special mission to Peru, Oct., 1908, to Apl., 1909, and to Tonga, July-Aug., 1911; ag. British judge of joint court, New Hebrides Condominium, Feb. to Oct., 1912; chmn. of comsn. to enquire into shipping conditions of colony, 1913-1914; ag. chief just., Fiji, and chief judcl. comsnr., W. Pacific, Sept., 1913 to Jan., 1915; on mil. service, July, 1917; special comsnr. to Oct., 1919; senr. puisne judge, Tanganyika Terrideal with land disputes in Brit. Solomon Is., 17th tory, Aug., 1920; ag. ch. just., Feb., 1921.


E.A.P., Oct. 1912.
ALEXANDER, J. E. Asst. land ranger,

ALLAN, PETER, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H., Edin. M.D. (1920).-Res. med. offr., Royal Victoria clin. asst., med. out-patient dept., Royal Infirm Hosp. for consumption, Edinburgh, 1911-12; ary, Edinburgh, 1912; asst. tuberculosis offr., boroughs of Paddington and Kensington, 1912-13; 1st med. supt., Romsley Hill Sanatorium, Birmingham, 1913-1920; capt., R.A.M.C., 1917-18; med. inspr., dept. of pub, health, Union of South Africa, 1920; author of "An investigation into the increased mortality from pulmonary tuberculosis, 1914-1920."

ALLARD, JULES.-B. 1859; ed. Nicolet Coll., Quebec; lawyer; elec. to legis. assem., Quebec,

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1897, 1900, 1904; apptd. to legis. coun. and min. | Sept., 1918; passed cadet, June, 1915; asst. dist. of pub. wks., Quebec, 1905; min. of agric., 1907; offr., Kuantan, Sept., 1918 to Aug., 1919; asst. min. of lands and forests, 1909,-1917; re-elec. dist. offr., Lower Perak, June, 1920; Brit. res., to legis. assem. at bye-election 1910 and g.e., Brunei, Mar., 1921. 1912; re-called to legis. coun., 1916; prothonotory of the superior ct., Montreal, 1919.

ALLARDYCE, SIR W. L., K.C.M.G. (1916), C.M.G. (1902), Knt. of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem(1916).-B. 1861; clk. and interp., Provincial Dept., Fiji, 1879; transfd. to Rotumah, 1882; stip. mag., July, 1882; asst. native comsnr. and stip. mag. and inspr. of native taxes, Kadavu, Jan., 1890; mem. exec. coun., Nov., 1893; native lands comsnr. and mem. legis. coun., 1894; native comsnr., 1895; asst. col. sec. and receiv.-gen., Dec., 1898; deputy gov., 14-20 Feb., 1901; administrd. govt., 18th July, 1901, to 9th Sept., 1902; col. sec. and receiv.-gen., 18th July, 1902; gov., Falkland Is., 1904; gov., Bahamas, 28th Dec., 1914; assumed govt. 15th June, 1915; gov., Tasmania, 1920; editor of native newspaper "Na Mata," 1890-99; author of a digest of Native Regulations, 1877-1900; attended first Fed. Conf. on Education, 1907; gov., Newfoundland, 1st Sept., 1922.

ALLDER, WM. HOWELL.-B. 1873; 5th clk., C.S.O., Barbados, 1892; 4th do., 1898; 3rd do., 1900; 2nd cls. clk., P.O., 1904; ch. clk., do., 1908; ch. clk., audit off., 1913; acted on several occasions as clk. of the exec. coun. and comtee., as acctnt. in P.O., and as auditor-gen.; sec. to Barbados quarantine comsn., 1903, to West Indian quarantine confce., 1904, and to confce. on trade relations between West Indies and Canada, 1910.

ALLEN, F. T.-Enlisted as trooper in Rhodesian field force, 1900, and served in S. African war; invalided home 1901; obtained comsn. as 2nd lieut. in 5th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, Dec., 1901, and returned to S. Africa until end of war; passed Hythe musketry and machine gun course, 1903; military course of instruction, 1906; captain, May, 1906; dist. supt. of police, Uganda Prot., July, 1907; cadet course, Royal Irish Constabulary, 1907; supt. of police, Uganda, 1911. ALLEN, H.-Tempy. asst. dist. comsnr., E.A.P., Apl., 1919.

ALLEN, H. T.-B. 1879; apptd., after compet. exam., clk. of the 2nd div. of the civ. ser., and assigned to the C.O. Mar., 1898; conf. clk., Dec., 1907; also clk. to concessions and finance comtees., Sept., 1910 to June, 1916; promoted, under order-in-council of 1910, 2nd cls. clk., C.O., 16th June, 1916; asst. sec. to trade relations comtee., Aug., 1917; sec., Dependencies of Falkland Islands comtee., Jan., 1918; sec., raw materials board, Dec., 1918; asst. priv. sec. to sec. of state (Lord Milner), 1st Jan., 1920; prin., 1st Apr., 1920.

ALLEN, HON. SIR JAMES, K.C.B. (1917), M.A., Camb.-B. 1855; entd. New Zealand Parlmt., 1887; lieut.-col. in command Otago Division, New Zealand Garrison Artillery, 1902; min. of defence, 1912; min. of finance, min. of stamp duties and min. of educn., 1912-15; min. of finance and min. of external affairs, 1919-20; high comsnr. in England, 1920.

ALLEN, LEONARD GILBERT.-B. 1901; entered C.O., 1917; apptd., after exam., asst. clk., 23rd Apl., 1919; cler. offr., 1st Jan., 1920.

ALLEN, LUCIEN ARTHUR.-B. 1888; ed. Merchant Taylors' Schl. and St. John's Coll., Cambridge; B.A., 1910; cadet, F.M.S., Dec., 1912; ag. asst. dist. offr., Batang Padang, Dec., 1913; ag. 2nd asst. dist. offr., Tapah, Feb., 1915; ag. sec. to res., Negri Sembilan, Apr., 1915 to

ALLEN, RAYMOND CECIL, C.M.G. (1917), F.R.G.S., A.M.I.C.E., F.S.I.-B.1872; ed. at Roy. Univ. of Ireland and Queen's Coll., Cork; dipl. in engnrg., Queen's Coll.; asst. engnr. water supply and main drainage, London Cty. Coun., 1st Aug., 1895; resig. 1st Dec., 1900; chief survr., Uganda Prot., 23rd Nov., 1900; land officer, prin. regisr. of documents, and ag. comsnr. of mines, 1st Apl., 1905; in charge of Crown forests, 1st May, 1905, to 31st July, 1907; regisr. of titles, 12th June, 1908; land offr., Tanganyika Terry., 17th Aug., 1920.

ALLEYNE, JAMES DOUGLAS, M.D. (Tuft's Univ., U.S.A.)-Ag. pol. med. offr., dist. A., Barbados and visiting physician, leper asylum, 1917; asst. port health offr., 1919; ag. supt, lunatic asylum, 1919; port health offr., 1921; ez officio mem., quarantine board.

ALLIES, E. J.-B. 1891; apptd. asst. clk., Scottish Educn. Dept., 1910; apptd. after compet. exam. clk. of the 2nd divn. of the civ. serv. to National Insurance Audit Dept., 1913; on mily. serv., 1917-19; assigned to the C.O., Aug., 1919; cler. offr., higher grade, 1st Apr., 1922.

ALLIN, CHARLES HENRY.-B. 1873; apptd. after open compet. exam. to G.P.O., London; dir., posts and telegraphs dept., F.M.S., June, 1904.

ALUWIHARE, RICHARD.-B. 1895; on mily. serv., Oct., 1915; cadet, Ceylon, Oct., 1920; attd. to Jaffna Kachcheri, Oct., 1920; office asst. to dir. of agr., Feb., 1922.

AMERY, LIEUT.-COL. L.C.M.S.-B. 1873; ed. at Harrow and Balliol Coll., Oxford; late Fellow of All Souls, Oxford; Ouseley Scholar of Imp. Inst. in Turkish; called to the bar, Inner Temple, 1902; on editorial staff of The Times, 1899-1909; served during the war in Flanders, Salonika, and the Near East; on the staff of the Impl. War Coun. at Versailles, and as asst. sec. to the War Cabinet and Impl. Cabinet to Jan., 1919; under-sec. of state for the colonies, 14th Jan., 1919; acted as sec. of state during Lord Milner's absence in Egypt, Nov., 1919 to Mar., 1920; First Lord of the Admy., Oct., 1922; chrmn., oversea settmt. comtee.; capt. 14th 1st B'ham Batt., Royal Warwickshire Regt., 1914; lieut.-col. on general staff, 1917; M.P. (U) for S. Birmingham, May, 1911; ditto Sparkbrook div., Dec., 1918; edited The Times History of the South African War": author of "Problem of the Army," 1903;

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Fundamental Fallacies of Free Trade," 1906: "The Great Question" (with J. M. Robertson, M.P.), 1909; 'Union and Strength," 1912.

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AMIRAYAN, G. G.-Called to the bar, Inner Tem., 1894; clk. and translator, comsnr.'s office, Larnaca, Cyprus, Oct., 1878; translator, high ct. of justice and ct. of Temyiz, 1881; regisr., sup. ct., 1883; was sec. to comsn. apptd. in 1888 to inquire into organizn. of Cyprus pol.; was examr. in Turkish, 1886; sec. to legal bd., and examnr., 1901; asst. King's Advocate, 16th Apl., 1905: wrote Turkish translation of draft penal code for Cyprus, 1897, and English translation of Ottoman commercial code, 1906.

AMPTHILL, 2nd BARON, creat. 1881, OLIVER ARTHUR VILLIERS RUSSELL.-Son of the 1st Baron; born 1869; succeeded his father, 1884; G.C.S.I. (1904), G.C.I.E., 1900. Ed. at Eton and New Coll., Oxon. Rowed in the Oxford eight, 1889-91;

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