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March 1, 1887 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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March 1, 1887 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
THE ENGLISHMAN'S OVF.RI.AND NATL.

THE ENGLISHMAN'S OVF.RI.AND NATL.

FEB. 27. 1)r. A nandbai died this morning. She hail been ailing with kvcr since her arrival from She was lately appointed Principal of the llospital of Kolhaliore. large in relatives and friends gathered at th ur r minty. Universal sympathy was I. 'a,.: was an excellent pioneer
March 1, 1887 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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I.x:iterizutt Marntcll, Roall Welsh Fusiliers. haualiini at A Field telegraph o:lice has been opened a' tile Thayetinyo-Minhla line. Reverelid J. I I. liateson,Wesleyaii Chaplain, visits Main° on duty. Captain Cazalet, Ist Bengal Cavalry, has over c and of Fort J l rood. 1 12th
March 1, 1887 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
THE ENGLISHMAN'S OVERLAND MAIL.

THE ENGLISHMAN'S OVERLAND MAIL.

with both hands one side of the cloth. The Other holds with his left hand the opposite corner, and dexterously scrapes the cloth with a knife held in right. While this is being done the cloth is held stretched about an inch ender the surfae, of the water, and is moved to and fro
March 1, 1887 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
PREVLXTIBLZ Desxi►at.

PREVLXTIBLZ Desxi►at.

The Committee, in their previous report. gave a succinct account of the general sanitarycondition of Calcutta and its suburbs, of the sanitary history of past years, and of the main causes of disease and mortality which at present prevail. The town mortality from cholera felt in
March 1, 1887 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
question is the more paramount as the student community of the Punjab has also to be cared for awl looked

question is the more paramount as the student community of the Punjab has also to be cared for awl looked

to. 'Pile parents of most of them are far away not knowing or even understanding *hat is happening; the principals and Igofessors do not unfortunately possess the power and control which is needed the public associations and the leaders who honestly condemn this passive resistan
April 16, 1919 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
THE ENGTISHIL4Nx

THE ENGTISHIL4Nx

ind that as your ideas of Satyagrabs become matured the Hindu-Modem unity are but parte of Satyagraba. Finally it' is my firm belief that we shall obtain salvation only through suffering and not by reforms dropping on us from England no matter how unstintingly they might be gran
April 16, 1919 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
WANTED-AN EXPLANATION

WANTED-AN EXPLANATION

(ro THZ CDITOIL TIIE "1120:1,1RHIIAN.") Sir,—Mr. Gandhi's "Batyag,raha” movement need not worry anyone this side of India except the authorities of the schools, Colleges and the parents of boys. Thu conditions laid down by Mr. Gandhi can find no acceptance in practice in Bengal.
April 16, 1919 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India