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MYHORII._

MYHORII._

THE MYSORE Pouca.—While His rumoured that he Madras Government has expressed their inability to extend the services of Mr. F. E. C Carr, Inspector. General of Polite the Mysore t-tovernment, and that Mr. 11 H. Parkes is to succeed Mr. Carr as inspector- General I am informell, s
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
RANGOON NEWS. . SOME INTERESTING CASES.

RANGOON NEWS. . SOME INTERESTING CASES.

RANGOON, April 30th. This afternoon an Epidemic Inspector and his coolie maistry were committed for trial before the next Criminal Sessions, commencing on May 22nd upon charges of bribery and extortion in that they accepted money and consequently were induced not to disinfect sm
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
DAK NEWS. GENERAL.

DAK NEWS. GENERAL.

Mr. A. J. G. Campbell, I. C. S., is appoint- ! ed to succeed Mr. L m.Wynch as Private Sec- ' retary to the Governor of Madras. It is interesting to learn that, since the Dane Mission returned from Kaiul trade between Afghanistan and India has nearly trebled in vaule.The Andr,mor
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
CORRESPONDENCE. A QUERY.

CORRESPONDENCE. A QUERY.

(To THE Or THE "INDIAN DAILY Nswa."l 81a,—Can you or any of your readers tell me if there is any medals of re-ozigenating the air of a closed bedroom.—Yours, ete., Y. SALE OF LIQUOR TO SOLDIERS. (TO THE EDITOR OW 1112"IRDIAR DAILY NEIIII.I tiia,—Your correspondent, "A Soldier at
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
BY THE WAY.

BY THE WAY.

MRS. VAN INORN WINTFR.TRE LADY with her daughter, a companion and a nurse leaves Peshawar for Kabul this week. MR. S. T. GRESHAM, OP MESSRS. HEATLY AND Gresham, Limited, has left India for a prolonged stay at Home. He is not expected to return till 1907. Mr. E. Lea Jackson, who
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
• • ,::P, , Nom•isim••••l••mommolimimmiNNlNllMMil AMIR OF KABUL.

• • ,::P, , Nom•isim••••l••mommolimimmiNNlNllMMil AMIR OF KABUL.

• • ,::P , , Nom•isim••••l••mommolimimmiNNlNllMMil AMIR OF KABUL. PROBABLE VISIT TO INDIA. SIMLA, May 2nd. The Simla paper writes that reports from Kabul are to the effect that the at - absorbing topic under discussion just now is the probability of his Majesty the Amir visiting
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
SUPPLEMENT TO THE INDIAN DAILY NEWS OVERLAND SUMMARY [3rd May 1906.

SUPPLEMENT TO THE INDIAN DAILY NEWS OVERLAND SUMMARY [3rd May 1906.

Mr EB LI Penton, Officiating Additional District and Sessions Judge, Baekurs, is allowed combined leave for eleven months. Mr H RT 0 Perrott, Joint- Magistrate and Deputy Collector, Kurseong, Darjeel, is allowed combined leave for six mon th s. • Mr A FM Abdur Rahman, Khan Behad
May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
SU Eat OVERLAND WEEKLY EDITION. - Mal, 1906.

SU Eat OVERLAND WEEKLY EDITION. - Mal, 1906.

May 3, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Vakil: As soon as Magistrates cease to " BANDE MATARAM" AFFAIR. pass such orders. TUE MADARIPUR STUDENTS' CASE Before Justices

Vakil: As soon as Magistrates cease to " BANDE MATARAM" AFFAIR. pass such orders. TUE MADARIPUR STUDENTS' CASE Before Justices

Mitter and Holinwood sitting on the Criminal Appellate Bench of the High Court on Thursday, Babu Norendro Kumar Bose, vakil, moved on behalf of the accused in the case of Rajah All vs. Kalieharan tiliose and nine others, for a transfer of this from the file • f Mr. Briscoe, Subd
May 10, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Panda!, at the Baja Bahadur's Bovril or elsewhere. A copy of these proceedings is appended to this report. DISPERSAL. Mr.

Panda!, at the Baja Bahadur's Bovril or elsewhere. A copy of these proceedings is appended to this report. DISPERSAL. Mr.

Kemp took this order under Section 144, • Criminal Procedure Code, himself to the Pandal and gave the assembly another opportunity of undertaking to be quiet in the streets. They refused to give the undertaking and he ordered the meeting to dispose. It dispersed quietly. There w
May 10, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India