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... January 26, 1928. BOMBAY RACES Jockeys' Licenses Suspended BOMBAY, Jan. 21. The tenth day of the Bombay winter meeting

... January 26, 1928. BOMBAY RACES Jockeys' Licenses Suspended BOMBAY, Jan. 21. The tenth day of the Bombay winter meeting

saw a moderate attendance, but there were plenty of thrills. Early in the afternoon it came to be known that the Stewards had taken strong , measures against two jockeys. One of them, Spackman, hue been suspended till February 19 for not making adequate efforts on his mount, Mod
January 26, 1928 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
17 • . 21. Three' and ti Ex. with mile. led. (25 a little yds.). .0-0 (30 Time—e BALA.. .

17 • . 21. Three' and ti Ex. with mile. led. (25 a little yds.). .0-0 (30 Time—e BALA.. .

10 to Rs. 12.2 3110. Tpr. -10 . (od. Time— . 2 to 1 O. 20 to 1 and Its. e. 8-0, :han's 3 0 (cd. ). Time-1 6 to 4 eon. and Bs. I. Tpr. LION. Khan's e 8-2. Ti me-2 Million. , General. i and Rs. re. ITTLE ATItA, 9-9, Lt. 0-1) ne-1 min. • DRPRISE. Ito 1 Mys.. .8 and ha. . mile. 11-0
January 26, 1928 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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January 26, 1928 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
CALCUTTA THEATRES

CALCUTTA THEATRES

THE CON OF THE EINEM, RR Theatre into a will deprive European Calcutta of the only remaining theatre that is now mainly utilised for theatrical purposes. The popularity of the cinemas has now rendered this form of entertainment indispensable, and in view of its wide appeal the m
January 26, 1928 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
January 26, 1928. IN RAIL SMASH MISHAP IN BURMA Combined Telescoped - SEVEN KILLED Serious Accident On B.N.W.R. GORAKHPUR, Jan.

January 26, 1928. IN RAIL SMASH MISHAP IN BURMA Combined Telescoped - SEVEN KILLED Serious Accident On B.N.W.R. GORAKHPUR, Jan.

23. The Agent, Bengal North-Western 'Railway, telegraphs, as follows :-- The District Traffic, Superintendent. Samastipur, telegraphs that 30 Down Mixed parted between Haiyaghat and Kishenpur on the night of January 22. The leading goods vehicle was derailed and collided obli. q
January 26, 1928 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
DEFYINC DEATH

DEFYINC DEATH

She wanted them to bo the living testimony of the central ideal of Indian womanhood which began with the purity of Seeta who challenged the fire. She wanted them to realise that they were not only descendants and custodians but the living testimony of that great ideal which made
January 26, 1928 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
MADRAS DIFFERENCES

MADRAS DIFFERENCES

The Swaraiist Members of the Madras Council walked out, having decided to support Mr. Hariaaryotam TIRO'S motion for a boycott of the Simon Commission. It is understood that different parties have agreed to sponsor the resolution of the C P. Council. Thus there will be a "no con
January 26, 1928 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
BENARES RIOT

BENARES RIOT

High Court Allows Judge's Reference , 1.M111,......,. ALLAHABAD, Jan. 20. Mr. Justice Boyes and Mr. Justice Iqbal Ahmed have allowed 'the refer. ence of the Sessions Judge of Bemires on the Benares jail riot case. The Jury had brought in an unanimous verdict of 'not guilty', but
January 26, 1928 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Sykes regarding the creation of a Ministry of Transport the witness hesitated to offer any opinion but be added that

Sykes regarding the creation of a Ministry of Transport the witness hesitated to offer any opinion but be added that

if road development was taken in hand seriously the time would comb when they would require a separate branch to control the maintenance of roads. But in answer to Mr. Lajpatrai he•stated that that time had not yet arrived. Witness agreed that there was corruption in the Public
January 26, 1928 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
VICEROY'S SYMPATHY

VICEROY'S SYMPATHY

In a letter to Hakim Jamil Khan, His Excellency the Viceroy has conveyed his deep regret at the death of Hakim Ajmal Khan, and has expressed his sympathy, with the bereavoii famikg.
January 26, 1928 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India