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THE ROSS ELECTRICITY CASE.

THE ROSS ELECTRICITY CASE.

MR. L. WILSON EXAMINED. The hearing of the case wherein Mrs. licse and her son stand charged, at the instance of the Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation, with theft of electrical energy from the cables of the Corporation, was resumed on Thursday before Ittr.R. A. N. Singh. Mr.
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
SEIS WAS UNWILLING TO Go.

SEIS WAS UNWILLING TO Go.

As soon as she stood up Shibu and the constable got hold of her and too .t her away and the others took her away. She was unwilling 'to go as she was living under the protectfons of someone in the shelter of the house The man who came as a constable wav in uniform and the others
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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not in the interests of the community that facility of combination bliould be eneouraged by the grouping together under 4 M particular set of eonditions of larger bo.iies of men than are absolutely necessary in he interests of efficiency,and on this ground alone one would be dic
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
DARJEELING.

DARJEELING.

[FROM OUR OWN CORRESIPONDRNT.] The true Briton never tires of that an. 1 failing subject, the weather, as it offers an opportunity for a Briton's most cherished privilege—a growl. It is either too hot or too cold, or too dry or too moist, and so on and so forth We have three of
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
BARDIAL.

BARDIAL.

The Benyalee writes :—lt is with some concern that we learn from the Indian Daily News that the t4overnment of India will take no action until the High Court has decided the cases which will be brought before it. Surely the Government of India need not be so deferential to the H
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 

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defendant, opposed the application and submitted that while his client was prepared to give a reasonable amount of maintenance, the

defendant, opposed the application and submitted that while his client was prepared to give a reasonable amount of maintenance, the

deuland of the plaintiffs for Rs 2,000 per nv.nsem was exorbitant. His Lordship directed the payment of Rs 200 a month pending the Jisposal of the suit. BURMA. _ MAJOR REID'S DEATH.—A telegram announces the death, at Kyauktyu, on Thursday night, of Major t!. Reid, Deputy Commiss
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Secretary. Royal Insurance Company. MISSING lIEIRS AND KINDRED.

Secretary. Royal Insurance Company. MISSING lIEIRS AND KINDRED.

[To THE EDITOR OF THE "INDIAN DAILY Nava.") Sra,—Many important inquiries for missing heirs, relatives, and others have recently been made by officials, solicitors, or trustees in the 'Agony" columns of the press. In several cases dates are fixed for hearing claims to tends, and
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
no opposition, and the application was granted. Balm U. C. Mondol applied on behalf of Roweliffe Henderson Roweliffe for ad-interim

no opposition, and the application was granted. Balm U. C. Mondol applied on behalf of Roweliffe Henderson Roweliffe for ad-interim

protection. There aie eleven judgment creditors, all of whom are residing in Calcutta, and they had all been duly served with notice of th!s application. There was no opposition, and the application was granted. Mr. H. D. Bose made a similar applicatiunon behalf of Manick Lal Mo
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
CALCUTTA WATER SUPPLY.

CALCUTTA WATER SUPPLY.

SOME QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. At the Corporation meeting yesterday Dr. Sagore Lal Palit asked the following questions with regard to the water pressure and conservancy in wards 19 and 20: - (i) is the Chairman aware that even after the additional six million gallon of filtered wat
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
SPORTING NO 'E.

SPORTING NO 'E.

(By Oar Special Representative.) With reference to a paragraph which appear. ed in these notes concerning the sale of pony Mandeville the writer was yesterday favoured with a ell from. Mr. H. A. Pearson, the owner of the pony, who is in Calcutta, and who informed him that Mr. Oa
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India