THE PRESS BUREAU.
This body, which censors all cables despatched to the Overseas Dominions, is presided over by the Home Secretary (Mr MTvenna), but the actual head is the Soli-citor-General (Sir S. Buckmastor), as director, his principal lieutenant being Sir Frank Sweltenham, an ex-Governor of one of the Crown colonies, and an experienced man of letters. The rest of the official staff are Messrs Maurice Woods, ii. P. Hills, and A. L. Jones (lawyers). Naval Censors.—Captain Sir Seymour Fortescue, R.N., Lieutenant Sir George Armstrong, Bart, R.N. (Director of Naval Connors), Lieutenant Geoffrey Bowles, R.N., Lieutenant Sir Edward Chichester, Bart., R.N., Lieutenant Andrew W. Davies, R.N., and (he Hon, Evcrard reddin'?, R.N.
Military Censors.—Brigadier-general W. 11. H. Waters, C.M.G.. Colonel J. Cameron, Colonel R. L. A. Pennington. Colonel J. .1. Leverson, C.M.G., Colonel H. D. Drake, Colonel 11. F. Coleridge, D.S.O. (Director of Military Censors), Colonel C. G. Hcnshaw, Colonel K. P, Burne, and Major li. R. Feilden.
Cable Censors Committee.—Major-gene-ral Sir D. D. T. O’Callaghan, Colonel J. R. J. Jocelyn, and Colonel A. L. Molosworth. Civil: Mr C. E. Jerningham and Professor Oman,
Press Advisors.—Sir George Riddell, ALP. (proprietor of the ‘Nows of the World ’) and Mr Robbins (chairman of the British Press Association).
DUNEDIN WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION. Hundreds of hand kerchiefs, hold-alls, etc., have yet to bo made for the members of the Expeditionary Force, anfl workers are needed in connection with the sewing of these. Hand-knitted socks and Balaclavas are also wanted. The committee expect to equip llie 700 men from Otago early in the now vear.
Meanwhile no more, parcels will received for the British and Belgian fund until February.
Monetary donations have been received as follows:—Belgian fund: “Unicorn” 2s 6d, “C.E.” ss, C.W.B.M. Tabernacle £l. Cardigan jacket fund; “Cardigan" 10s.
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THE PRESS BUREAU., Evening Star, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914