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THE I. M. S. DINNER

THE I. M. S. DINNER

SHILL Joni 24. The Indian Medical Seriice Dinner wns held at the United Service Club tnight. 39 members of the s ervice and four guests attended. The R. A. M. C. were urgeon- General W. L. Gubbins, Li eu t e nant -Co onels A. It. Aldridge, H. B. Mathias and Major T. W. Gibbard.
June 27, 1907 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
MANGO WORSHIP

MANGO WORSHIP

Treo worship, as most Anglo-Indians know, is oommcn in nearly every part of India. It seems to have formed part of a barbaric ceremony common to the aborigines of India, and the practice may, therefore, be said to date back to the "dark ages" in India. At the present time this w
June 27, 1907 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
THE SOURCE OF UNREST

THE SOURCE OF UNREST

TO TRI INTOM 07 TUI "INGLIOMICAN." Sin,—With reference to the letter in your ('-sue of May 28, 11107, on "Unrest in In'ia" iv "Magistrate," will you permit me to say a iew words. I must begin by letting you knew that I have spent nearly all my life in India (some 40 years) and h
June 27, 1907 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
FEATHER WEIGHTS -FINALS

FEATHER WEIGHTS -FINALS

~ Private Hemirgs, Worcester*, vs. Private Byrne, Connaught Rangers. After a steady fight Byrne won. LIGHT WEIGHT—FINALS Sergeant Malone, Worcester', va. Private Smaninon, Fast Lancashire,. A rattling good fight all through. Thrse rounds resulted in a win for Smallman. ' HEAVY W
June 27, 1907 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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June 27, 1907 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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June 27, 1907 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
would be sufficient to point out that the consent of India to any courbe that affected her, politically or commercially,

would be sufficient to point out that the consent of India to any courbe that affected her, politically or commercially,

is the very last thing which the home politicians have hitherto tither sought or desired. But what Mr. Chamberlain his said has said, and as ono of our few stable politicians lie may be depended upon to remember this pledge of his when he returns to power. if he ever does return
November 12, 1903 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
ENGLISHMAN.

ENGLISHMAN.

INDIA AND MR. CHAMBERLAIN. [N:v.ll.j WHIM MEL CHAILBIRLAIN SWAN HIS TARIII reform campaign he exposed himself, as we have already seen, to no small criticism for Ignoring India altogether in an imp ortant calculation dealing with Imperial trade aggregttes. This error was attribu
November 12, 1903 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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November 12, 1903 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India