Waugh had given up pastoral work in 1887 to devote his whole time to the society, and he retained his post as director until 1905, when the state of his health com - pelled his retirement.
An inquiry was demanded by Waugh, and the commission of inquiry, which included Lord Herschell and others, completely vindicated the society and its director.
Waugh edited the Sunday Magazine from 1874 to 1896, but he had otherwise little leisure for literary work.
You have to be immune to what Steve Waugh called ' mental disintegration ' .
The bespoke jazz quartet with singer Marty Waugh were a huge hit with all who attended.