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CANALS IN BURMA,

CANALS IN BURMA,

RANGOON, January 27th. In the Public Works Department the total capital expenditure on major irrigaon works during the year 1904r05 was a little over twelve lakts of rupees. Revenue receipts from major and minor works and navigation were 28 lakhs,and working expenses 16 lakhs, l
February 1, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
PUBLISHED FOR DESPATCH BY EACH OVERLAND MAIL.

PUBLISHED FOR DESPATCH BY EACH OVERLAND MAIL.

February 1, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Lieutenant in the 94th on the 22nd February,lB79, and the same year went with it throtlirli the Zulu War, including

Lieutenant in the 94th on the 22nd February,lB79, and the same year went with it throtlirli the Zulu War, including

the ; battle of Ulundi. where Cetewayo's army was crumpled up, and in the operations ngainst Sekiikuni, and the storming of his stronghold (medal with clasp). He was with the two companies of the 94th which, under Colonel Anstruther, was on the march from Lydenburgli to Pretoria
March 8, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
PRECAUTIONS AT QUETTA.

PRECAUTIONS AT QUETTA.

[FROM OUR OWN CORRUPONRRNT.I LUCKNOW, March 2nd. With reference to the Royal visit to Quetta, a correspondent writes that the railway line from Sibi to Quetta is to be guarded and patrolled by gangmen—a necessary precaution considering the Pathans' playful habit of placing bould
March 8, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
CEYLON.

CEYLON.

A Emmen RUN.—A Luling*la correspondent wires under date February 24th :—" Mr. Charles J. Midden and party, who are.touring the world in a motor-ear, ar:ived here last night, having driven from Badulla to Batticaloa and to this place-184 miles, a record run for Ceylon. Tile makes
March 8, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Abandoned early in the afternoon by the Police who returned to head-quarters. Notwithstanding, the opinion is still prevalent that several

Abandoned early in the afternoon by the Police who returned to head-quarters. Notwithstanding, the opinion is still prevalent that several

persons have been killed and are lying buried in the Inspector Cooper, of the Bow Bazar Thane, continued on the Beene to complete the enquiries in the matter i the cause of the disaster is exciting much specuhttion. A European gentleman, evidently a building contractor who happe
March 8, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
MR. BLAIR'S SPEECH.

MR. BLAIR'S SPEECH.

Mr. D. C. Blair, Chairman, said :—Mr. Croupier and Gentlemen,—So far as I am aware, this is the first meeting of the Indian Jute Mills' Aasociation which has ever been held outside the sacred precincts of the Bengal Chamber of Commerce. I am also not aware that the members of th
March 8, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
SIR A. PIEDLER'S SPEECH.

SIR A. PIEDLER'S SPEECH.

The Vice-Chancellor then delivered a long address, in the course of which he said : Within a short time I shall be retiring from my office as Vice-Chancellor of this University and also from my appointment as head of the Educational Department of th is'prov ince after a si , rvi
March 8, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
KH ULN A ITEMS.

KH ULN A ITEMS.

March 8, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
THE DESTRUCTION OF RATS.

THE DESTRUCTION OF RATS.

It may be of interest to the public to know in view of the close association of an epidemic amongst rats with an outbreak of human plague that strenuous efforts are being made to effect the destruction of as many rats as poFsible in Calcutta. A reward of two annas for each livin
March 8, 1906 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India