Indications Given of Personnel of British Inquiry Commission for Palestine

Indications as to the personnel of the British parliamentary Commission of Enquiry which is to proceed this month to Palestine to investigate the outbreak are given in the political report of the London “Daily Chronicle.”

The Commission has not yet been fully constituted, but the “Chronicle” understands that Sir Robert Hamilton, M. P., will represent the Liberal Party, and Major J. W. Hills, M. P., will represent the Conservative Party. The representative of the Labor Party has not yet been chosen.

Sir Robert Hamilton is Member of Parliament for Orkney and Shetland and has had a distinguished career in the British colonial service. His last official position was that of Chief Justice in British East Africa in 1893. He was secretary of the Commission of Enquiry to Dominica.

Major Hills is Member of Parliament for Ripon and was financial secretary of the treasury from 1922 to 1923. He was made Privy Councillor three months ago.

The Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent understands that Major Hills declined to serve on the Palestine Commission of Inquiry.

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