§ Mr. R. HUDSON
asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether his attention has been called to the request of the Colonial Office, recorded in Document 14 of Command Paper 2553 of 1925, that strong representations should be made to the Abyssinian Government on the subject of the migration of native subjects of Abyssinia, owing to ill-treatment, into the northern frontier district of Kenya, and that if no adequate steps were taken by that Government an appeal should be made to the League of Nations: whether such representations were made; whether the necessary steps have been taken; and, if not, whether it is the intention of His Majesty's Government to bring the subject to the attention of the League of Nations?
§ Sir A. CHAMBERLAIN
The attention of the Abyssinian Government has 1257W more than once been called to the necessity of a proper administration of their Southern Provinces. Stricter control by the present Governor over his subordinates has recently resulted in a considerable improvement in those regions.