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have me back and that a post was The Court : If she began on the violin being kept open for me. I also said that if the when she was seven months old, what has inducements to stop in Calcutta seemed good this to do with the case. enough, I might viTy probably stay for Baum Mr. W
March 22, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
THE ADELPHI HOTEL CASE.

THE ADELPHI HOTEL CASE.

At the High Court, before Mr. Justice Woodroffe, the application for the disposal of the fund now in Court in the suit of A. J. Bridge and othe a ie. T. E. Madden and others o one on for hearing. Mr. Robinson appeared for the Official Trustee,Mr. Upton appeared for the plaintiff
March 22, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
FLYING PLATE.

FLYING PLATE.

Captain Grice T s — if - AILFEELOW, 98, C Hoyt .- ... 1 Mr Scott's! TOMMY TITUS, 7-2, Budhoo 2 Captain Barrett's J EDDAH,7-13 (carried 8-1) Norman ... 3 Also ran: Seconder 11-0; Gold II 8-2; and Maborok 82. Betting: 6 to 4 against Gold; to 2 Seconder: 3 to 1 Hailfellow; 5 to 1 t
March 22, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
CORRESPONDENCE. PAPERCHASING RECORDS.

CORRESPONDENCE. PAPERCHASING RECORDS.

To THE EDITOR OP THE "INDIAN DAILY NEws." shall be very much obliged if you will grant me a small apace in your columns to ask all those who may have paperchasing photographs or any notes Of interest, to be so kind as to send them to me at the address given below to enable the c
March 22, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
RECORDS. 19, British Indian Street. COAL AT THE DOCKS.

RECORDS. 19, British Indian Street. COAL AT THE DOCKS.

[To THE EDITOR OF THE "INDIAN DAILY NEW:j SIR,—It is satisfact-ry to note the very g work that is being done at the coal berths at the Kidderpore Docks in the matter of loading and handling coal, and which no doubt compensates to some extent for the shortage of wagons. On Thursd
March 22, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES. DEATHS.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES. DEATHS.

VAN CIITSEM.—On the 26th February, 1908, at San Remo, Harriet Van t ntsom, widow of the late E. Van Cut-em, Consul of the Netherlands, Calcutta, mud N. DX RHE-PEILIPa.—At Lodge, Simla, on the 12th March, 1906, b. atrice Clara (Trixie), the Eldest daughter of G. W. de Esq., of Si
March 22, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
GOVERNMENT BALANCES WITH THE PRESIDENCY BANKS. _

GOVERNMENT BALANCES WITH THE PRESIDENCY BANKS. _

'Thousands of rupees.' 1901. 1902. 1903. 1K& 1W", January 9 ,64,54 9,95,89 3,07,63 2,69.52 2,92.99 2.99,83 February ... 2,99.73 ••,97,16 3,32, 1 2 2 . 91 . 24 3,0,60 th . 48,48 March ... 3,15,79 3,1144 2,36,91 3,46,74 3,43,4) peeember . 9,52,02 3,03,84 2,79,07 3,91,32 2,76,70 72
March 22, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
RENT SUIT AGAINST SWADESHITES.

RENT SUIT AGAINST SWADESHITES.

A SHORT-LIVED CLUB. On the 14th instant Baboo So-hi Bhoosun Chatterjee, pleader on behalf of Baboo Grish Chunder Roy, filed a suit in the Small Cause Court for 144.1,000 againio the folios ing Indian gentlemen, for rent: Kumar Sutish Chunder, Singh,Bahadurr, of l'ai k pat ; Kutu
March 22, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
LEAVE.

LEAVE.

Mr H McPherson,fCS, has been granted by His Majesty' Secretary of State for India an extension of furlough for six months and fifteen days. Mr J R Berington, Superintendent of Police, Cuttack, is allowed combined leave for seven months, from the 20th April. Mr W Swain, Officiati
March 22, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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July 5, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India