"Kew Asylum Inquiry", The Argus, Friday 24 October 1924, p12

The Chief Secretary (Mr. Tunnecliffe) said yesterday that Mr. F. Menzies., of the Crown Law department, had been ap- pointed to assist Mr. A., A. Kelley, P.M., who as a (loyal commission will inves- tigate charges of ill-treatment, to patients which have been made against Dr. R.S. Ellery, junior medical officer of the Kew Asylum, by members of the staff.