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AUSTRAN LLOYD'S STEAM NAVGATON CO. Under Mail Contract with the Austrian Government. REGULAR MONTHLY LNE OF STEAMERS CALCUTTA. Co.'s 8.8. Captain A. Petria, tons 1. 1,173, will be despatched on or about 25th September for Madras Bombay, connecting at latter Port with the SA. Gis
September 29, 1898 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
(I. D. N., 28th September, 1898.) H. H. THE MALIARAJA or PATIALA and H. H . lIAIIAItANA OF D lOLPUR

(I. D. N., 28th September, 1898.) H. H. THE MALIARAJA or PATIALA and H. H . lIAIIAItANA OF D lOLPUR

arrived in Simla yesteiday for the races. IT IS BELIEVED THAT, ON A FIRST-CLASS District falling vacant in India next year, it will go to GENIRAL GATACHE. H. E. TN E VICEROY HAS ACCEPTED THE invitation of the U. S. Club of Simla to a farewell dinner on the 14th October. Nzws OF
September 29, 1898 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
IN OUR CORRESPONDENCE COLUMNS WE PUB lish some interesting letters which make a, suggestion for the betterment of the Anglo-Indian,

IN OUR CORRESPONDENCE COLUMNS WE PUB lish some interesting letters which make a, suggestion for the betterment of the Anglo-Indian,

that unfortunate, and almost friendless, subject of the Queen, whom we see so much of in this land. DR. J. R. WALLACE is one of the most energetic partisans of the Anglo-Indian cause, and he and some others like him have done their beat to induce the Anglo-Indian to awake from h
September 29, 1898 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
their work, "limiting their ministrations to taking temperatures and handing medicines." Altogether it was about time that some outsider, with

their work, "limiting their ministrations to taking temperatures and handing medicines." Altogether it was about time that some outsider, with

an open mind like COLONEL HENDLET, appeared on the scene.
September 29, 1898 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
THE UNCOVENANTED SERVICE FAMILY PENSION FUND.

THE UNCOVENANTED SERVICE FAMILY PENSION FUND.

[To TB! EDITOR OF TH1"IIIDIAN DAILY News.") Si,,—With reference to the advertisements which have appeared in the papers in town and in the molussil, giving the result of the voting of the subscribers on circular No. 4 of the above Fund, I beg you will do me thefavour of publishi
September 29, 1898 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 

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"By THE BEARD OF THE PROPHET I"—The .Akhbar-i-ans reports a trick played on a poor widow at Delhi by a Mahomedan named Maulvi Hamid-ul-Din, also of Delhi. He spoke to the woman in confidence, telling her that he was in possession of some hairs from the Prophet's beard and head,
September 29, 1898 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
FRONTIER MAIL ROBBERY.

FRONTIER MAIL ROBBERY.

SIMLA, September 28th. It is reported from Bannn that the mail ekka between Bannn and Kohat was attacked yesterday at Domel in the Bannn district. The Superintendent of the Post I Office was in it, but escaped unhurt, though hisservant Siftfl wounded and Rs. 170earried off.—Our
September 29, 1898 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
21st Pebrnary 1901.;

21st Pebrnary 1901.;

e;iy. The ceremony, whi c h woe fully c h ora l, was by th• Bev Canon Leckman, the Senior Chaplain St.Posul'm in the presence of a very large end fashionable getheriug and in the b:ighteet of blight no which Ret off the smart frocks of the ladies preseut. Ti.. Cathedral was beau
February 21, 1901 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
If you younger officials will ponder over these thing., tbs.. can he no doubt that, mining from sem. ram, and

If you younger officials will ponder over these thing., tbs.. can he no doubt that, mining from sem. ram, and

mad• of the same stuff, you, will so beat yourselves in your time. that it may be mid ol you, an it on be said of those now passing from us, that in theme Islands they have changed the face of the earth." At the of the proceedihgei all precast wen entertained to breakfast by Col
February 21, 1901 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
THE LATE QUEEN.

THE LATE QUEEN.

BOMBAY LADIES' MEMORIAL. BOMBAY, Febt uttry 19th. The Bombay Town Hall last itight was crowded by ladies of all communities at a meeting convened by Lady Northcote to consider the desirability of raising a Women's memorial to the Queen-Empress in the Bombay Presidency. All the P
February 21, 1901 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India