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[ August 31, 1884,

[ August 31, 1884,

appointment of a Commission under Section 28 with two Government members and one member to be nominated by the Municipality. To accept this Commission now would be tantamount to a condonement of the insult offered and the injury already done to the Municipality by Mr. Rivers Tho
August 31, 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
SANGBAD PROVAKAR (Bengali Daily), Calcutta, August 21.

SANGBAD PROVAKAR (Bengali Daily), Calcutta, August 21.

WE do not advise the Commissioners to resign. If they resign now they will be powerless under the Act. Let them fight out their battles, holding fast the while, for their cause is righteous. Let them refute the arguments set forth by the Lieutenant- Governor. . . . The reply of
August 31, 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
SIND TIMES (English Bi-Weekly), Karachi, August 19.

SIND TIMES (English Bi-Weekly), Karachi, August 19.

TIMES (English Bi-Weekly), Karachi, August 19. BUT it is not against the extension of railways that we protest, for, since the Government is bent upon it, it will become an accomplished fact ere long. It is against the want of foresight in laying the railway lines that we raise o
August 31, 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
August 31, 1884.]

August 31, 1884.]

India, to provide higher education to the Natives. This indeed would be a great boon to the people of those provinces. . . . We hope the Government of India will direct th eir particular and full consideration to the proposal. VICTORIA' PAPER (Urdu Daily), Sialkote, August 12. i
August 31, 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
550 [ Sept. 15, 1884.

550 [ Sept. 15, 1884.

hitherto adduced on the subject is from disinterested Englishmen. It would be incomplete for the purposes of this article if we were to omit the testimony of some wellknown Anglo-Indians. In an able paper read by Mr. DaCosta before the East India Association on 23rd March, 1882,
September 15, 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
GUJARAT MITRA (Anglo-Gujarati Weekly), Surat, August 24.

GUJARAT MITRA (Anglo-Gujarati Weekly), Surat, August 24.

IT is a scandal to any civilized country that, while the labourer and the cultivator pay the expenses of government, the influential, of whatever sect, should evade discharging the same obligation. We remember the past times when we were the first among Native and many other pub
September 15, 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
INDU PRAICASH (Anglo-Marathi Weekly), Bombay, August 25.

INDU PRAICASH (Anglo-Marathi Weekly), Bombay, August 25.

MR. THOMPSON, Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal, is resolved to push matters to an extreme in the differences between him and the Commissioners of the Calcutta Municipality. In spite of the remonstrances of the latter, he holds to his own preconceived opinion that the Commissioners
September 15, 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
MAHOMEDAN OBSERVER (English Weekly), Calcutta, August 23 and 30.

MAHOMEDAN OBSERVER (English Weekly), Calcutta, August 23 and 30.

THE present unsatisfactory relation between China and France ought to receive the attention of the British Government. The demand made by France for a very large war indemnity cannot be justified, and China, relying on the strength of numbers, has assumed a defiant attitude. We
September 15, 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The Voice of India.

The Voice of India.

The Voice India.
September 15, 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The LIBERAL (English Weekly), Calcutta, August 24.

The LIBERAL (English Weekly), Calcutta, August 24.

GOVERNMENT is doing a very foolish thing, for it is, unintentionally as we hope, driving the young men of the province to thoughts and habits of disaffection and discontent. The Bengal Government is doing what no Government in the possession of its senses would do, namely, it is
September 15, 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India