|Date.||Place.||Nature of Outrage.|
|17th December||Lahore||Murder of Mr. J. P. Saunders, Indian Police Service.|
|8th April||Delhi||Bombs thrown in Legislative Assembly.|
|22nd April||North West Frontier Province.||Captain W. C. S. Haycraft shot dead by sepoy.|
|14th June||Waziristan||Captain M. Stephen shot dead when en route to Razmak.|
|23rd December||Delhi||Attempt to blow up Viceroy's train.|
|February||Lahore||Attempt to shoot Mr. Lewis, Additional District Magistrate. A friend to whom Mr. Lewis had lent his car was shot at when returning it.|
|2nd February||Loralai||Sergeant Ives killed while shooting.|
|24th & 25th February||Landi Kotal||Lieutenant G. B. H. Hawkes, Assistant Garrison Engineer, Khyber, murdered by burglars.|
§ the new type of hand microphone instrument, for which an extra rental is charged, cannot be taken to pieces for cleaning; and will he take such action as is possible to enable cleaning to be done to avoid the unhygienic conditions that might otherwise arise?
§ The POSTMASTER-GENERAL (Mr. Attlee)
It is not necessary to take a telephone instrument to pieces in order to maintain it in a hygienic condition. Dismantling is very liable to damage the delicate parts of the instrument, and it is undesirable to facilitate such action.