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REUTE [VS SELECTIONS.

REUTE [VS SELECTIONS.

A-CONTEMPORARY recently gave a sketch of Baron Reuter's personal appearance and position, which was very amusing to those who know him only by name at the head of the daily batch of telegrams. The present writer has no t4th October, 181 A, pretensions to the honour of so disting
October 4, 1878 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
PRESIDENTIAL DISTINCTIONS.

PRESIDENTIAL DISTINCTIONS.

ALTHOUGH the old nicknames of Ducks, Mulls, and Quihyes are becoming pretty well worn out as descriptive soubriquets of the denizens of the three presidencies, there is a certain distinctiveness about Bombay, Madras, and Bengal folk, which enables anyone who has lived some time
October 4, 1878 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
SPECIAL TELEGRAM.

SPECIAL TELEGRAM.

Bombay, 29th September, 14h. 16;si. THE Calico Ball on Friday was a great success. Sir Richard Temple and over 400 people were present. On Saturday, Cook giving Stanley 180 in 750, won by 239 points, making three breaks of over 100. He also won 5 games out of Bat pyramids giving
October 4, 1878 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
MADRAS EXHIBITS FOR PARIS.

MADRAS EXHIBITS FOR PARIS.

THE following is a list of the Fabrics and Embroideries sent to the Paris Exhibition of 1878 from Madras : Table Cloth.—Massive embroidery in gold and silver heightened with colors and jewelled. Design adapted from the ornamentation of the caves of Ajunta, (Ist to sth Century A.
April 19, 1878 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
April, 18781 INDIAN DAILY NEWS, BENGAL HURKARU AND

April, 18781 INDIAN DAILY NEWS, BENGAL HURKARU AND

The train reaches Howrali, where the news of the charge had been already brought by the guard of the mail-train. Mr. Hoff, the assistant station-master, goes up to her carriage, and asks what is up ? She makes her complaint, but is told to re►nain where she is till the arrival o
April 19, 1878 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 

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BIRTHS.

BIRTHS.

WZOTIRROUT.—On Sunday, the 14th April, 1878, the wife of Mr. A. B. Westerhout, of a daughter . Prucx.—Cln the 17th April, 18713, the wife of Joseph Trice, of idoneerampore, B&rrackpore, of a daughter.
April 19, 1878 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
18th June, 1878.) INDIAN DAILY NEWS, BENGAL HURKARU AND INDIA GAZETTE.

18th June, 1878.) INDIAN DAILY NEWS, BENGAL HURKARU AND INDIA GAZETTE.

guished citizens of a peaceful country to make e‘tensive preparations for fighting each other, as it would be for the Duke of Buccleuch to spend his ample income in maintaining the " nine-and-twenty knights of fame, nine-and-twenty squires of name," of his ancestors, as a protec
June 18, 1878 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Ou the morning of the 16th, I got bask to Bagdad, having performed a pilgrimage which would ensure my salvation

Ou the morning of the 16th, I got bask to Bagdad, having performed a pilgrimage which would ensure my salvation

hereafter if I had the good fortune to be a Shiah Mahomedan, and may even do Foniething towards it as things stand. The pilgrimage was not yet complete, however, for I had not visited Kazmain near Bagdad, where two sainted Imau►ns of the Bhiah sect are interred. But this duty, t
June 18, 1878 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
TEA CULTIVATION IN JAPAN.

TEA CULTIVATION IN JAPAN.

BOMB days since we printed some practical remarks upon the intention of many Japanese, and some foreign tea merchants to prepare black teas this season, for export to England, as it is supposed that in future London will be a good market for Japanese Congon. We hear that seme fo
June 18, 1878 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
alcutta.

alcutta.

Arrsurran MIIRDBIL—On Thursday last a native, named Russick Loll Dey, attempted to murder his uncle Hurry Dhoney, under the following circumstances : Hurry Dhoney and his nephew Basalt:lk lived together at Chitpore, and carried on business as hawkers. They returned from Saiuor a
January 31, 1879 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India