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OBITUARY.

OBITUARY.

BANGALORE, 29th June —News reached Vangalore yesterday of the death in Rangoon if Mr. A. Clarke, till recently a master at the Baldwin Boy's School. The deceased was very popular in the school and was an excellent sitbcer of Cadets in the local Corps. He resigned his appointment
July 2, 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE GYMKHANA SECRETARYSHIP.

THE GYMKHANA SECRETARYSHIP.

OOTACAMUND, 25th June.—As Mr. H. A Irwin, Honorary Secretary of the Ootacamund Gymkhana Club, is leaving this Station shortly, to take up a post in the - Salem Water Works. Mr. L. Phillips has kindly come forward to act as Honorary Secretary of the Ootacamund Gymkhana Club. Mr.
July 2, 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
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July 2, 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE LATE SIR ARTHUR HAVELOCK.

THE LATE SIR ARTHUR HAVELOCK.

WE REGRET TO ANNOUNCE THE DEATH OF Sir Arthur Havelock, u. c. G. , o.c.t. E., n.c.s. 1., who was Governor of Madras for the b last five years of the 19th century. We are not told the cause of his death and we have had no warning that our ex-Governor was indisposed ; but his end
July 2, 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
PLANTING NOTES.

PLANTING NOTES.

THE VALORISATION SCHEME. THE GOVERNMENT OF SAO PAULO, WHEN offering for sale a first instalment of their 'Valorisation stock of coffee, as mentioned in my hot Notes, issued a declaration to the effect that, in consequence of information received from consuming markets, and " con
July 2, 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
2NI) Rix, 1908.1

2NI) Rix, 1908.1

of wheat left for the sake of experiment to take care of itself The aeoond year a fair amount of thecropelial/0 up self-sown, but in the third the weeds gained the upper WM, and I bel;eve I am right in saying that the fou-th year not a single plant of wheat 'survived. The wheat
July 2, 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE MYSORE PAM SYNOIcATE.

THE MYSORE PAM SYNOIcATE.

THE MYSORE SYNOIcATE. Mr. M.J.Paul, Superintendent of the Mysore Fruit Syndicate, Ltd., writes to us as follows under date 30th June: I have seen in your valued journal of the 29th Sastarit a brief report by your Bangalore correspond. ml of the At Home held by the Nlyriore Fruit
July 2, 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
Revenue Department.

Revenue Department.

Ootacatumid, June 24, 1908. urti Pantuln, Mr. V., is granted an e• xtension of privilege leave for one month and six days in cuntinuatiou of the leave already granted to him. Ootaesmund, June 20, 1908. S untisrayya rantaim, Mr. J., trncovenanted Assistant of Revenue Settlement P
July 2, 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
11 Banquet to Sir Howard Melia&

11 Banquet to Sir Howard Melia&

A farewell dinner was given on the 10th instant by H. H. the Mabarsj .1. of to good-bye to Sir Howard Melliss, In•peator-Ornerat of Imperial Service Troops who is shortly retiring from the arrvice. After the ioval t ose t s had been duly honoured II H. the Maharajah proposed the
March 22, 1900 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
The Supreme lowelltive Council.

The Supreme lowelltive Council.

THE REGISTRATION Or SHIPS BILI, CALCUT rA, 16M Marck—At the Conned,. to-day, Mr. ft Weigh pretreated the Salter Committee's Ripon on the Registration of Ships Bill, and obtained !eve to postpone its ecoaideration for the prawn'. He explained that It had been found that the Briti
March 22, 1900 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India