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Fstabushep 1^18, 


PETER F. HEERING’S 

OOPKNOAGEN 

CHERRY BRANDY. 

Bold by *U MopKiUblo Wia* MeeoboBto. 





No. 51,233 —New Series. 


BOMBAY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1898. 


m A. . - ^ ^ .A /“INSia* ITPON HAVING. 

^ V * I condehsedmilk 

liarj^st Sale In tlLe World,^ 


SHIPPING. 


PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL 
COMPANY. 



^^P'Oi^P-A-STGRRB fob EUROPE 

Vnaato. Taii*< 


' OARTHAfJB..«.-.OTT 
■LlLU PBNINSULAR.OS"T 

• SHANNON^ _IIW 

BJC. aClYPT__Mon 

• CAKTRAaK.....-«fi«7 
BolLL. CAI .KDONIA .7SM 

• SHANNON_ iim 

B.H.I 0 . 0 R 11 CNTAL 

• OLYDK .. 

B.M.L. CARTHAUfi .-5M7 

• 8IIAKNON _099 

B.MJX BOYPT««,„.,.aiOO 

• Do. 

ARABIA .....8009 

• SHANNON _41MI 

0. M.L. C A LKl )ONl A.. 7M8 

• DCH 

B M.l^ P1£NTNaULARSBS7 

• SHANNON 4183 


Saturday* 3 f.k. 

1809. 

J. R. f.«nADn ... lOtli P'ebJ 
w. A. Wlioirr aeth „ 

P.Cote_ am Mar. 

II. Y BHfoc^s .. Ism „ 

J. R. Lmdon ... tIKh .. 

W, ^ AodrawB. Ktb 

Y. TgIb _... 9Hd AfRiL 

L. H. Moiila_Btb 

K. H. Oorion,.... tflih 

J. H. l^ndon _. Sllrd ^ 

K. aoth 

B, F. Rriaooo .. 7tli May. 

d«. 14lh *. 

A- W. Adanmora ttrt „ 

F. Cflln *th 

W, B. ApdPew», Itli J^cuop. 

do. nm 
W. A. Iftlh 

F. Gala_Bath .. 


Tba Stamen maOcfyl H.M. proooad U> BRINDISI and 

MARSFlLLF:aoDly, Pa*i«i(pJT»fiir IdOpdon procaedlDK on 

^ TB^*Staait>e-r» warkad B.M.t- 

IfARSeiLLBS. PLYMOUTH and LONDON rflfect. Tbo 
Steainarv mark ad t prooeod to aokn only, and Pawiniran 
trankhtn thapo to la i^tOfunar fbr HKlNDlSl tBdARSRlIjI.KSi 
PLYMOUTH and LONDON. 

OMonHirf marlErd * prooMd to ADKN only and oaoaiic taka 

P m wpt aefit im Kixrotpe. 

Haary bafnibga mast bo Mat to tin BalLird Piar 
bafore 9 am. oa tho day of aiiUDg. ^ 

A Utmn TindCT lenToi (Ew Hatiai^a FMr ai Ndop on 
lha day ot to oonvar Pueanaan on board, and daIt 

VonkaMO will ba mommL Tba attandon of Paaam 
aoraja r«UM lo tha luportanM of 
labfltM wtib Port or DaaMnadoa 


bavlsa lb«i(r Bajopmea 


TO STRAITS, OH1N.I, AND JAPAN. 

Tba OcanpaDy^ flTKAMYRS LKAYS BOMBAY FORT 
MtOHTLT. MBtoaiJr on TUlfiSIlAYB. talrlJD« PaawjcoPB 
lOi lha ST RArUsi, CHINA, and J Al^AN, find Ratnm Tlokftti 
ara laan^ cm Cavcmrabla tcmuc. 

Oanm atoarrtnm aro davpatohoA 1Q Cblo# at ^<^noDt Ijitor^ 

val^ oalling at Forts em rontA, 

FPf f nrthar 'd 

I. M. 8HTELM, 

iiroortctonifant. ]\ ^ O.B. N. Onmvany. 

Bombay. 19th Fobruary. IS37, 


SHIPPING. 


THB BRITISH INDIA BTBAM 
NAVIGATION OOMPANT, (LimitseO. 
iDtmd to doopotoh Stesoierg u foUowi ;— 


FOB kitbr&ohbb dirbot. 

S 8. « » D M R A,” I,S95 tons, on the 

■ ISUi Fhb,. teSe, .t V p.iil. or oa itrri'n) pt BasU.b in.n, U 
latot aiTlvIiuL 


the 


for KATHIAWAR COAOT PORTS AND 
KURRAOHEB. 

S B, K O L A,” 1,132 tOQB, on 

# SBnd P«b.jve, at tO lid.. onllEn£ at VorawaU ManfcvoM, 
PDrebuTtdor, Cuxch MaodrlQ and KnrraoheQ In cha foranobta 
or any orduir, 1 Waother pdtnlttlii«:| 

FOB KDRRAOHHE AND FirRSlAN GULF. 

S S. " P E M B A," 1,554 tone, on the 

. 17th Fab.. 1898 at 13 oaUlnAi at Rnrmnhna. Ja«A* 

Ab^, UiU£i,Bahfe{fi. Qnihlini, Mahomenh and Hnsrab 
m tba fomcnlihy or ani oraar. ('Waather parmtalnd.t 

FOR AX>BN. LAMOO, MOMBASSA AND 

ZANS^lBAR. 



WHISKIES. 

V REDUCED PRICES. 

TEtESE ARE ALL GUARANTEED AS MATURED 
SPIRITS FROM BEST DISTILLERIES. 


Cash. 

Far doz. 


Credit. 
Per doz. 


t ; 8. "GQA,’ 

?• •MbfetuMt* 


130 ^ toUH, on 




A r 8 1' It J A N 


UNUBH MAH* 


THE AUSTRIAN 


LLOTD‘3B.N,Coe 


= 


cjcNTBACTr wrrii 


GOVERNMENT. 


* OOELMRATBO 5ERVTOK TO TRIEBTH^ 
VIA ADBN, SUFZ, AND 
PORT SAID. 

OMWmiv ObtA-llle TOdA to BaU 09 

IMpITRATOR ..... ...-I* NfPoVlch 1,H0 Irt Mnrrh 1838, 

IMPKHATBI-X.,.-,—T. Ka^vlch .. 4.213 Lit AtiHI 
RATILN oy HASflAGK MQNBY. 

Tst Claaa lod OaH. Daeii 
yRl^TTK. OF YKN10.K ^....Rs. SOh Ha, ■» Ra.t90 
Stoamemtor BOMBAY laavo TRIESTE on 1b* 3rd, and 
BEXNlllBl. On th« ttb of aaob month, 

C HDlNAHt SKRVIOK TO TRIltSTR, VIA 
KnRRAOeEl?, AD«N, S0BZ, 

AND PORT SAID. 

eiaainarn. Captahu Touii, ToSaUoo 

or abont 

AMPHITUITK Cmtonffl«*«AH2D Ittto Mnr, 1B0S 

rates of PA9SAOK MONEY BY THIS ROUTE. 

jma Claas. Deok. 
TKIMHTE V VENICE RbSTd Hi. Iff) 

STEAMERB lor BOMBAY LKAVB THIEBTE on 
thb £50th of «*ob mnCitb, 

RETURN TICKETS 

By BltbBr AtsflniaraiBd or Ordlnarr IMirtin* lo TKIBWTE. 

lal Oiaot, Ibd ClaMb 

AY All^HLK for B MONTHS flflO a# .OTA 

available forll MONTriB I0« Ra. Old 

THROtretl TICKET0 TO IXJNDON 
til and Snd (na»91c0ta and llotnm an lioniM Tta Trlntr, 
•ba »LOouiaM>, rad othor Ttootoa. 

In aotmaodon with tba HtaairmfV Tldbata thi fjonipany 
liaaa iiow Railwaj 'nriktua to tbn Principal Towaa of Ariatrto 
aod Oanwioy. a* wpU an Tlfihatu by ntobTiteni or in* Norn- 
eaiimob 0 rLlD>d''(N^jnb Oeirman Ijoydl to porta of North 
and Huuth Amortoa, AoatraJl*. oollod at by thoir vaaiwla 

INTKKCHANGEABLE TTCfCET3 WITH THE 

« .mehsaoeriks maritimbs oa'' 

THE ODOiraar aro oow in. n ponidon to laono RETURN 
TICKETS available tor 000 way by tho Auairian LAyod'a and 
Iba Retttm by iho MooiaBaNw MaTitlmoa Ca at rorttwwa 
(araa. Tbl* orrangriroafit wUi prove at npwAai advantano to 
paHeoA ve on S mantha pPtTUege leaTO. 

STEAM TO COLOMBO, Pl^NANG, SINGAPORE, 
HONGKONG. SHANGHAI, KOBE. 


* FOR COAST RTTHMAH, 

S, " E I* L O R A,” 1.996 tone, aci or 

about 13 th Feb.. 1806. 

FOR COAST "and" CALCUTTA. 

S. ** M ERKARA,” 3,009 tons, on or 
hboatumFeb., 189a. 

FOR SEYCHELLES* MOMBASSA, AND 
ZANZIBa.h. 

8, " N E V A S A,” 2 , 99 s tone, on 

a ahool 191b Fib., 1890, calMmt at Heynballo*. Mo»> 
bibina. anA Saanibar, Lu toresoliatt nr any oider. (Weathor 

pormlttlng'd 


s. 

s 

s. 


roui^h 
. , . Random 
vatiooM GolcZ 


western AUSTRALIAN GOLD FIELDS 

PASSENGERS and Cargo booked th 
i- from Oaloatta* Madraa, Oolombo. Bombay, or 1^ 
ria Sliutapon for iU atUioeqt rioria to the varloiu 
Flelda. AirtnUrbtly depnrtanw ffoiri ainKapare, 

For rartlxor porttcnlar^ apply to 

MACKINNON, MAOKKNZIE A Oo„ 

Agania. 

Homboy, IQth February, 1S3A 


TKEACHER’S “ FINE OLD GLENLIVET^’^ a spacia! JKs, a. 
blend of Scotch Whisky, bottled only by ourselves, is 

.unequalled in age and quality .... 24 0 

TKEACHER^S SPECIAL LIQUEUE, a genuine ripe 

old Whisky ....... .,32 8 36 8 

Connoisseurs will fully appreciate its mellowness* 

TEEAOHERI6 HIGHLAND MALT WHISKY, 

Phoenix Whisky ... 26 

A well-matured Spirit exceptionally mellow to the Taste* 

TREACH«i£*S uLD IRISH’* ... 26 

This is guaranteed as an Old thoroughly ria^ Spirit* 

TREACHER^S DIABETES ” WHISKY Ti,. 25 

TREACHER® SPECIAL WHISKY . :K . 23 


Rs, a, 
27 0 


29 

29 


0 

8 


28 

26 


UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE. 

THE NEW PREMIEIl CYCLE CO’S 

HELICAL TUBE MACHINES. 

The HELICAL TUBE is TWICE THE STRENGTH (weight for 
weight) of any other Tube used in the constrnetion of Cycle Frames. 


THE FOLLOWING 1897 MODELS KEPT IN STOCK. 


TREACHER & ^CO., LD.. 

BOMBAY. BYCULLA, POONA* 


KING, KING & CO., 

BAPiKERS AND EAST INDIA AGENTS, 
BOMBAY* 

I'^ ASSAGES engaged by 
t. P, 4 0. «ad nil Steamers 
at ttiG rataa obtatoable 

i>f charj^Q or OouuDiaaioD, 

Lista of the LATEST SAILINGS, with 
PaTed and fulil iDfoni^atioD aa to bertha airail* 
able, furuiahed at odc8. 

Special attenticD paid to the ^ronpieg 
of tboae wiahing to travel 2iid Clafta, P* 4 O, 
Every asaiatan^e rendered to PasReegers arriv- 
tng i n Bom bay for emh arka 1 1 on* Baggag e 
taken over at the Railway Stations and shipped. 

THROUGH RAILWAY TiCKBTS from 
any Station in lEzdia to Bombayp and Tickets 
foi ali OonUnental Roatc^i nimiahed on 
application, 

SPECIAL AGENTS of the Firm meet all 
Steameni at BRINDISI and MAKBK1LLE3. 

PACKAGES of every descripdon received 
for despatch ae CARGO to Messrs. Henry S. 
I King 4 Co., London ; or Messrs. King, BaiJlie 
^ Co., Liverpool. Freight and Marine Inent' 
ancf effected at the Lowest Ratos. QUOTA 
TIONS FURNISHED on APPLICATION. 

KING. HAMILTON ^ CO., 

Caloutta. 

HENRY S, KING 4 Co., Lobdob. 


SPECIALTY m WHISKY. 

“AULD SCOTTIK” 

GAINED THE HIGHEST AWARD AT THE WORLD’S 

FAIR, CHICAGO, 

This was the only Whisky placed on the table at the .St. ANDREW’S 
dinners AT CALCUTTA 1890-91—92-93, and the verdict was one of 
unanimous approval. 

Sold at Rs. 2-4 per bottle, in Bombay, by all Wine and Spirit 
Merchants. 


homewahx>-boun:d passengers axd 

TOURISTS, 

vrESSRS. LATHAM 4 Co. 

receive aed store Surplus 
Baggage and re-ship same. 

Artioles of Indian Art mannfaciure received aad 
packed seccireij fijr transit. 

MESSRS. LATHAM & Co. being directly 
represented at all the principal European, American, 
and AnslraUan ports by tboroui^hly rtliable AgenU, 
all packuges entrusted to their care will be expedi- 
tionsly and econotuically cleared and despatched oa 
eriival at destination. 

If desired, pas^engerfl can. be met on arrival by 

Mown. LATHAM & Co.'a AReata. 


UftPtole. 


To S«R «< 

nr abuai 


GISKUA.__ RreUoh. ?lst Feb., IfiOB 

GoanocUnf; mi C 1 II/ 3 MBO wltb the a At^ti^tA to 
MADRAS and CALCUT'rA on the Outwiutjt and Home^ud 
TWose. 

if or lortber parttonlara. Freluht. Pajsmfee ft; a. mpiAr to 

EL SOARPA, 

Aiteat. 

t 4 aMioa«i Hooih). SOI* Oku rah GaUi atreat, Bombay. 

1, 


AUSTRIAN LlOYD’S STEAM 
NAVIGATION COMPANY. 
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS HOMEWARD. 


'^rtlE Company 

A a HATCH EXTKA SI 


UOMPAGNIE 

M KSSAUERIKS 



DES 

MARITIMES. 


FRENCH MAIL STEAMERS. 

EOCK WEEKLY DEPARTCRE. 

10 MARSEILLES DIRECT 
I7J ADEN, SUEZ, ahd POUT SAllv 


v« 

LAOS 


SYUNKY 

UCUANIEN 


’I’ank. 

d,n9a 


4.213 


Cwotalm 

r’lennin 

A abort 

tidUniltH 


Tnaaih oa 

FiidaT- 
ISth Keb.* IFKH; 

Tuwlay. 
tfith March Itffia 
L^tU Apn), 1S98. 


JAVA* 

JAPAN, 


T 0 boH on OT 
about the 
lOth Maroh. 


TO UdIiOMBO, SiNGAPORlv 
SAIGON, TONQUIN, CHINA, 

AND AUS'lTlAHA. 
veenV Tofw. Captain, 

SALAZIE__ 4.^ ^* Pao I - 

I KTBKOHaNOEABLB TICKETS WITH THE 
AUSTRIAN LLOYD'S 3, N. O*. 

Tit* Go 111 puny are now in a poBitioo to Issue 
BKTURN tickets available tor one way by the 
Mewuji^rie't MarltliaaB, and the retn^ yoyog'S by 

Ihe Auatiian l*leyd'a at Reduced Faree* Thie arranf^* 

ment wiu iieove. In Hoooe ciwea. of special oavantaii* 
So Porteefli^enj oti three noonfehs* prlvUeno leave. 

Vor further Partlciilani apply to 

a RUINAT, Agent. 

lju orloQtal {iAuiU HtilMiOK* ft}, thmlanaida Hoa^* Bembae 

TIiOS* COOK AND SON, 

bankers and army aqbnts. 


SJ& 


will DE- 

STiCAMKRa* v?ilh 
SciiL'rior AcconTicoiladOD fOF Fiiteonders, 
to TricREo 03 folio we :— 
as. Vindobona,*..*.... ■ .^A^i Tons* Middle of March. 
IU9. M-rla Teroea....— 3Cd2 ., ** April. 

oa, MarqUll Haequuhtfin I4tl9 ,. *. May* 

PonaoRo niorioy by tho abovo tit^arnera ;— 

Hs. 

To Ttii'atB Or YpnLoo..»._ ih..... 37S 

To London vto Trlibito and iho St, uotherd, with 11 

Olase Hull .... ....... .... 400 

To Loudon. RHTue route, with 1 Claaa Hail... ■...... » 

Itetum TIolcDt? available for G months— 

To TDesto or Venice________ . 

To LLodiuD via I'rieste and iho UoUtiArd, whh 11 

ClasalUkl . ..ijns 

To l.ondon, sajno route* with I Class Rail _97 

For further paniculars apply to 

E. SCARPA, 

A KOHL 

WILLIAM WATSON AND CO* 

BANKERS AND ARMY AGENTS, 

BOMBAY—H, Homby Road. 
CALCUTTA—fl-L. Council House Street. 
KAHAdll—Bniiriler Hoad. 

L • LCJNUON-7, Waterloo l^laoe, 3.W* 
JLIVKKPOOi^—23, V\'ntfir£strooW 
PORT SAID—Be Quay FTaacsota Joseph* 

PASSAGE SEASON 

PASSAOKBaeoarthi by P. 0..the other LI^JERS and all 
MOS-LlN ERd. at lowi?at rattie. No COMM [S3lON ohaKRod 
ttkcKCTUD NGN-LiXKRa to Contment imd ICaitland, 

kept for BCX>K:iNGa tn odvaoee, 

" SOCIAL GROUPING. Speclai care exeroioed in thla 
LIST of oB SAILING^ with details, fern Is) hod promptly * 
RKOU GTIONS tor FA MI lAES pod PA R; I'lEd. 

SPISOIAL redutiiiona Cor MISSIONARIES and RAIL- 
K M Y K rftrf 

PAS3AQKS from nay PART of tho WORLD arranired 
tbiBbujch our aoveral HOUSES and AGBNCILS. 
CONTINENTAL RAIL TlClCbrrS arnuiKed, ^ ^ 

PA^ENGiCRS met at iiollWJLy S:^tai4oa3 and cooduabed 
ftaiioiLTd or to Hotalo. . 

PA HCELS and HiJA-V^Y GOODS shipped to any part of 

**^3^00AGE and CARGO CLEARED. DESPATCHED 
and LNSURKD. . * ^ 

DUTY At! CHARGES prepaid, if dealred. 

SHALL PARCELS eadoeo'i in oar Rej^fuiar PARCEL 
Cases 

SOLDIERS' HBAVY BOXES Hbippwi to f^y addreao 
CHH \PlaY 

TROOPSHIP baggage ahlppod, HareeB and Doga abut 
aut from aam^ forwarded. eaoDOixnoaily, 

SOLE AGENTS AT BOMBAY FOR 

Messes. 0DRTI3S AND SONS, 

TRO^PStllP AOENTS* 

PORTSMOUTH AND SOUTlLAMPTtiN. 


Model “ Z » 

4t O If 

1, * 

■ ,» “ s 

« Q tl 
II 

** R n 

II “ 

** O 
,1 w 

t. “H" 

„ " N *- 


,, Roadster, 921 bs* 

„ Roadater, SGlbu. 

„ Roftd Racer, @61 ba. 

Road Racer, S9lb9* 
Lady^a Roadster, 31 lbs. .. 

,, E£oadatei, 34lba. .. 
Girlsr Road atari 301bi. .**.* 


' 5 ” Qanta^ Trioyolei 451 be 


Cosh* 

be. 

450 

Ored it* 

E> 

600 


410 

If 

456 

if 

330 

tl 

372 

ft 

400 

«i 

445 

tl 

330 

If 

372 

If 

410 

It 

456 

ft 

330 

If 

372 

If 

200 

It 

220 

vt 

625 

II 

536 


PRICES AND WEIGHTS GIVEN ARE FOR MACHINES FITTED 
WITH DUNLOP-WELCH PNEUMATIC TYRES, EXCEPT 
MODEL “N,” WHICH HAS CUSHION TYRES. 


BY THE SOLE AGENTS IN INDIA : 

MARCKS & CO.. LD., 


BOMBAY AND POONA. 


Homeward (Cabin 


i E. SCOTT & CO., 


BOMBAY, 

Rapl&nade Road* 


KARACHI. 
Bunder Road.. 


L A T H A M & C o., 

BANKERS AND ARMY AGENT.3. 

grtippjNG* roR warding, commission Al 


M. R. C* V, 

GIRGAUM YETERINARY AND 
COMMISSION STABLES. 

OLDEST EST.\BLISHED FIRM IN BOMBAY. 

C HARGERS, Polo Ponies, Hacks and 

CuTlatta Roraee !leli:otod. for local and UiKSOOntry 
coDaiito until. iSorvea ehod on the moiit approved prlDolplee 
ander Ponoinak sSnparvlBlQB. 

liaraea hrokea Ii^sIokIh}. (Ru. 1A), Mnd doublellarneog (Ra.33), 
ood Saddle (Ra. I^l. Raw VValeru Ohargei extra. Haroea 
Standing eu CoiDmiadlon ;Sale* or Cut treatmeat(^ 

Re* a. 

At Livery. IpcladJng Bvee per menaem OommiaBum on 

EtOFBua Untight or Belli __ 17 0 

sixainjoatlon oiMi CertificiLfe --..._____... lo 0 

Vecbal upLnla n ai. to ^Dundne ih ____ j u 

Croftbad. Horae lonj* buQt to the inorkot. perowt__ a 0 

Special lolxturea Qraabod ^tote. Uraa. oio., supplied. 


general agents, 

BOMBAY AND KUllEAGHEE, 

and cun- 

of interest to be 


i^URREN'r ACCOUN’1'3 opened 

duaiorl freaof oharKO and micrtHt aUow^. 

FIXED UKPo.SlTa received at ratcy of ii 

HEMITTANCtS AND RKOULAR 

^JSvER'cIGNS AND RAN A NOrKd bought and mid at 
tbemwtfavourahUy^t^^ w^Ueoied without charge and 

AS^f^ ^ approved ae(mritii^ 

Pack AG ICS lorwiutled to RurOp^} and America by 
Kiiatam Fxpreaa" at frequent axiu regular totarvali. thus 
olThring the cheapeai auu htrjt Esprasi Service* before the 

AtiK AND CARGO ehipD®^ ** HOMK EX- 

PRKSii,' low ratea* and to all parts of the World. Ueliahla 

Itombay and KuiTMh^ clearel 
and for *rtinlod up-tsouiitry with promrjutude and etonomy. 

ProDorty of every deaoripiion caref^ly warohou,sed and 
atorod. Artlulei of Indian Arc and Manufacture reoelv ^ 
gndpahke t Boourely for traaait, and forwarded and dolivered 

—Marine and Fire—effected at ourreat 
’^'’*”*ltwprc 3 oat(fli lu London. Liverpool, and Paris by 

WHEATLEY & Cq, 


Portrait 

MOUNT 


BOUND 

PASSENGERS 


1 


CABIN 
TRUNKS, 
Rs. 12-8. 


WARM SUITS, 

ULSTERS, 
DRESSING GOWNS. 


ASQUITH & LORD.V 

TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS, J 


Trunks 

& BAGS. 

GLADSTONE 

BAGS, 

Rs. 28. 


APOLLO STREET, 
BOMBAY. 


T> XT' ayci i\T li L’l l> Ut IT D Aokoowledged to be tbo beat Hair Dje for ohanging 
Pi Iwl Pj IVl |3 fill ikj Grey ilatr to ita natural ahade* Quick in autian 

^ W plaiant to apply, and perfect in effect, Eo* I-IO. 

NeM Zooma Bombayi NATIONAL HAIR DYE! 


GEO, W, 


EASTERN EXPRESS. 


P ASSAGES PROMPTLY 

KHajtOIED bfp.tcu MAIL, and 


__ SltEK Of CH AittiBi foe OGMliiljicN. 

gPlBGJAL aTTIUNTION givonto thortlwtion of banks 
* SSg *)fKl^gA?vrL^Kvi5uLISa T^&KTdl-aBl. alln«- 

“^uTSStuTAaiAOKS -«a«ed aad Tlokew anpellcd 

aS^l^^KAKkCiii for SSf A?narE!»?^" 

eUUs. Mild kilMKAariMto Kurop^ via 

v V fiAimAUKruOfitved* fijrwardod. oiwi toRurftd* 

i«n«i tnr 

ibu MO 0* liiaToUwi to all p*™ •£ the Werld, 

LltAFTB tosaod i^i th* axckengo of me day. 

BOVItHKlGNQ. UANtk NGl’Kti.aBil Focolga mOMV bCUK^ 
Jd eiippll^ CUKRKNT ACCUUNTd 

aitowoU wkeo ttto crodlt EtoUmno duO*' ntii fall bo tow Ha l.OtJO 
iSnPtJdl'iB recetvud, ttoto Of totfireai on apphoaUun. 
INTndlKiaT’. PAY and PJENI^tONS eollOttad and ovary 
A^^rlptuu at oud Money Agoaoy tra nm tftUr 

lEia^hcck oi tntoeixnutoa free ou nopUjoailciCL 

jOMBAY ; 13 , Eeplahade Eoad. 

ALCUTTA : Old Goort Houm Sbroot. 


GRINDLAY, GROOM & CO., 

BOMBAY. 

GRINDLAY & CO., Calcutta, 
BANKERS AND AGENTS. 


H 


PiSSBNGER DEPARTMENT 

OMEWARD PASSAGES booked witbout 
oh urge and od the moab favourable tornia. 
lierth coramtly selecto^l, with upeoial a^iwaticw to 

groupliijg. 

sleeping cab and contlnential nJLiU^ 

WAY TIUKETS piocurad, 

RAILW VY OPFICIALS, MISSlONAfhtES, Sto., 
booked on torow of existing ooncasalona. 

passengers met on ardvau 
CiaCaiAR NOTES* B.ANK NO'PES, DEtAFOTS 
and sovereigns, at current rat&i, 

B-AND-BOOKS supplied g^ratlo, and general IfaCor- 
matiuo promptly Riven, 

LiokdoN AuaMTft-^MESftfiya GRINDLAY & Oo* 


S PECIALLY orgaDvaed for 

the conveyance of packages 
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pi 


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IN TWO VOLUMES. WITH INDEX* 

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BRICK Re. I~H KACH VOLUME. 

A Loat UlusloD ..Leslie Keith. 

Th« Plan of Cam pa i fill ...MaboJ liobio^n. 

A Don ble Knot ----- G. Ma n vi lie Fean. 

The Stone Dragon .....Murray GJIchriat, 

Jack^a Fa t be r.., ...... W. E. NorrlM. 

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Jim B. A. fituty,,. ... ..F. s, Caraw, 

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Children of this World ....Ellen F. Plationt. 

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Hepsy Gipsiy ... .. .„... ...L. T- MeaJe. 

Toddlehen^a Hero .. ... M. M. BlakB. 

The Gods give my Donkey 

W i ngs ......A Off us Evan Abbo tU 

My Stieward^hip ...E. M'Queen Gray. 

My Land of Jieulah . .. Mim. Lolth .\damA 

Jano Treloar ..H. Pearce. 

THE secret of MADAME DE MON LUC, 
By the Author of Lid 11 (l Mori." 

DUMPS. 

By Mra, Parr. Author of “ Adam and Eve,^’ 

IN TENT AND BUNGALOW, 

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ftlARCKS & CO.’S SPECTACLES 

W E beg to bring to the notice of the 
SPECTACLE waarins oommunlty, our Igp 
lowfug re vised PRICE LIST ;— 

Meniat^tt Spoctaeles. 


GONT ENTS, 
• VOLUME 1. 
AXIS MYTHS, 

TbD A^te or Upoor. Pika 


Or PoL 
The God Ptcua. 

JiiviDe N'Axaea la Pal. 

The Rod and Hhabdo* 

The Fieur-de-Ua at the 
Axbi Point. 

Tbo Trideat 

Tbo * AOpv ' and * Apwn 
of ftromoo. 

Ulvlne Namtt In Harp— 
and Dor. 

THE STONE. 
Nabaial MoAuatej Aiatoo- 

rltlflti and Hotb-Elft. 

Tbe LoadHtane Monotaln 
—OrelA. 

MoyvDB. Medea and 

MalA^'i'on cb-etODa. 

The GDdlpiiH Myths, 

The Cardinal PoiDte, 

The Fouf Uvinfi Urea* 

mrea, 

THE PILLAR, 

The Axis jiPluar 
Dtvlno Naniea In loC 
The Tat of Ptak—Tha 
Ten and U mbrella. 

The Heavteia Palace and 
Ub Pillar, 


19- The Oolopbon. 

SO. Tbe Dual PUlarfl- 
W ind Gods, 

91, The lioiEjana or I 

HeavOD. 

THE PILLAR AXIS 
AS TOWER. 

33, The Koond Towere .. 

Ireland—Pillar ^j^tenea. 
33, Same atbor ’rowe^, 

THE AXIS AND THE 
UNIVERSE TREE. 
SL llie ’I'rue-tTiinh. 

36 , Tbe OhrLatniob-tree. 

3ii, The Mrtba of Daphne 

Ak Laurofl- 

37. The Goda of the Umida 

POLAR MYTHK 

1. Tbe Navel a—N a v « 
Hoartb-dre—Saacmarj 
3, The l^ock Of Aj;ea, 

3. The Ari:iana, 

4, Tbe North 
6 . T’he l£y« 9 ’ of HeaTen, 

0, The Polo Star, 

APPENDIX 

a Addition* and Ho be 
dona. 

b Hlcolotoa Arfrement 
0 Liopitoe and Ib^iHieii. 


VOLUME IL 
HEAVEN'S MYTHa 
THE WHKitL. 

The Praylni Wheal, 


L _ , . 

% The Fire WbeeL 
i The Keaven'O WheeL 
4. The Whoeldiod- 
0, Tbe Wheel Of Fortnna, 

IL The Glyph Eta, 

7, TbeWftttiUi, 

& The RomauutOi the itoise, 
BUDDHA'S FOOTPRINTS. 
3L Shoett of SwlttneBa 

10. buddha'a Footpri 

11. The Three Stepa, 

13. The l-0«s o" Man- 

13* The Chakra oe W'heel of 
the La w. 

14. The buaBCika. 

16, The LAbyTinth* 

10^ The Uorfo FtoU 
)7. The Caocb-Shell. 

ik The Chakra ae Wea[!On 
lA The FLaf pia ij Sword. 

XL Wfine Woapontt of the 

Goda , 

2L Corannia, Brooua, and 

Umbria, 

DANCINa. 


Gold, 

Silver, 

Steel. 

Ri^, 

Ra, 

Ra. 

m 

m 

Id 

Qi) 50 

£4 

Its 


2a 

Ifi 


With Tumpfn SMas 
With Slnjcle tempLo Sidoe GO 
SoLdere.... 50 

Spe<)tac£^ and Fold ere as above but fitted wEth 
Marcks and Do.'a Pubbiea, Bb.u reduction oa Gold and 
Silver, and Ri 4. J reduottoD ou StoeL The ne'v Gold 
and Steel “ MovfUette ** Eramea, fitted with MooleiEi^H 
or Marcka* Pebblea, prices aa above. 

All the ueweat patterns In Frufuea alwaya In Stocky 
REPAIRS EXACTED by the moat EXPERI- 
ENCED WORKMEN at raasonable rates, OOU* 
LISTS PRESORIP'rIONS CAREFULLY PREPAR¬ 
ED, 

SPECIAL, 

Oiu oeJebrntp.d, VIOLET TINTED, SUN. GLARE 
affd DUST GLASSES, are lavaluabLe to people wiiu 
sufiTor ftom tbe extreme glare of a tropical cLItnate. 
May be pumhaaed la either Steel, Nickel. Silver ok 
Qold Frames, Japanese cupa, ulckel 
Stlrrupa with faldl^ Bides, loldara and GLobu^r 
Speotacloii, from Re, a per pair. 

MARCKS & CO., LD.p 

^ BO^A.Y and POONA. I 


CLreiilar Worahlp. 

HlKht Had Lafi. 

UoLigioua moDClaii, 

Lcapiaif- 

'I he Sodl. 

N uma PomplUiia. 

The Dance of the Stera. 
The D u n c i u e I>er- 
vtahee, 

THE isphkrf;. 

The WLflfred Sphere, 

The Miin-Hirit-Go >. 

The Wiiuta ol KrODoa. 
Divlae Blxda 
Foathnrtf, 

The Ksw. 

The Winged Soarah. 
SOME HEAVEN’S 
GODS. 

ER0NO3 AND PTAH. 
Kranos. 

The d^mbote O, D dc D 

FaUnn Goda. 

Pteor vatauN Solar Wor* 
ahlp. 

The White Walk 
Argoe, Aruo, and tha 
Argeb 
Ltonae. 

Sob-Krohoe. 

TUK KABKIROI OR 
KHABilUM, 

The Seven Eabelroi, 

The Kabolrel geDortijly, 
Tho Throe KabtereL 


The 'I'wa Kabelite 
The HloeourL 
CorybanteeL 
The (Jorecee. 

The llftotylee. 

The Telehiaoe. 

The Axvalion Bretheni. 

HEAVEN’S MYTHS- 

(Resumed >r 

THS HEAVEN'S-*UVHK 
I. The Milky Way, 

~ The Bei^ 

Tho Milky Way tHa 
eumediL 
The Glyph 
Holy Water. 

Ntibulte and Motnora, 
Weaving the Voil, 

HEAVEN'S (AND AXI i 

MYTHS. 

THE MOUNTAIN. 

. Allah. 

3. Mem, 

% Tho Uuat Moantain. 

1. Holy MeaatfLiiiH eCObol 
ally. 

6 . IVioiiDtaln ClimblDS, 
d l^arsl llakhanaa 

7. Tho MotyoLIoub Mouq- 

UIu. 

Thu 6fai:iiitiii.D. aa llua* 
vcti^H vault. 

Thu KauhNDtud I el and. 

Lfl Pol e de CDcaKne, 

The Gone, 


WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, &c. 

Glub W ines. ^ 

pHIPSON & Co., Bombay, are now aupplyiag 

23^0 Militarj Meeaea and 69 Olubs with the 

fineet VINTAGE WINES, Spiriu 

, or Liquenti 

from the following well-known Honsee :— 

D . 

POMMKRY* AND QRBNO 
VEUVE CLietJUOT PONSAR- 

Bnetmo. 

DIN 

RheimH. 1 

williams, HUMBERT & Oo. 

JuruE, ^ 

GEORGE TANQUERAY & Co. 

London. 

HEIDSIECK &Cq. 

Rheima, 

CABSTAIRS Sl ROBERTSON 

Leith. ' ' 

PERRIER JOUET Sz Co. 

Epemay. “ 

PAGE AND SAN deman 

London. be 

POL ROGER Sc Co. 

Rhalreo, 

BOLLINGER & Co. 

Ay. « 

JAMES HAWKElt Sc Co. 

Fly moot A w* 

JUSTERINI & BROOKS 

London- 1 ™ 

OOCKBURN & CAMPBELL ^ 

Leith. 

DEUTZ & GELDEHMANN 

Ay, 

NATH JOHNSTON & SONS 

BoTdeau:^. 

J. SAGGUNE 

Gibraltar. ^ 

COSSART, GORD'iN Sc Oo, 

Mmlelra. 

A. DE LUZE ET FILS 

Bordeaux* 

butler, nephew Sc Co. 

Oporto, 

OOCKBURN SMITHES & Co. 

Oporto. 

VAN-ZELLEHS & Co, 

Oporto. ^ 

WOODHOUSE & Oo, 

MomaLEk. 

LEACOCK Sc Co. 

Madeira, 

aYALA Sc Co. 

Ay, 

RUIN ART PERE ET FILS 

Rheluia. ^ 

KIDD AND SHAD BOLT 

London, 

P. J, VALCKKNIifCRG 

nf F 

W ormu. 

Q. marry Sc LIGER-BELAIR 

Cotea d Or. g 

J, & J. GRANT 

Botbea, 

ACKERMANN LAURANCE 

Saumur ^ 

ANDREW ROWAN 

MalbouxTiB. 

AUSTRALIAN WINE Co, 

Melbourne, 

JOS, DIETZL 

Budapest. t 

R, SQHLUMBERGEB 

Voelau. I 

JAMES CATHCAltT Sc Co. 

Leith, , « 

CHAS MAOKINLAY Sc Oo, 

Leith. f 

JOHN GRABBLE SC Co. 

Leith 

SIR ROBERT BUUSETT Sc Go, 

London, ^ 

J, Sc W, NICHOLSON Sc Co, 

London, 

W. E. EDDISON Sc Co. 

w ■ ^ 

LiUItUOfl^ 

KMIL POHL & Co. 

L^ndoEL ' ^ 

W. DOYLE 

London, 

GEO. IDLE CHAPMAN ^ Co. 

London* 

SeorebOrleH and Pireuldontb of Clubo and MillLory 

J Meatieu oau uow obtain Wineo, Splrlto. or Llc^tieura, 

J jgfco irom thu above well-known Flriun, without tbe 
' taoouveniouoo aud expenoe of iinpoEtJn^ dlrent. 

1 PRICK LiaX DN APPUCaTIUN TO 

^ ir 111 p s 0 N & 

Co.. : 

BOMBAY. 


" FRED. GIESLER 4 

Oo/e 

CHAMPAGNE. 

UiXliu .^uperlur Dry, Quorte Ra, T6 and Plate Ra. 10 par dOE 
rer inula „ Re, TO „ Ho. 10 „ 

FckF Chrae Cream of Champagnea 

Apply to 


V TURNER, MORRISON ^ Go„ 

^ 11, KIphiDAtone Clrole Bomhoy. 

, S. PlK R I E R 

& Co.. 

Bordeaux. 

Fresk Cousigumeuts 

of the 

BEST VERMOUTH 

From the above Firm 

to Hand, 

APPLY TO 


SOLE AGENTS for INDIA, 

C-KOFT, MoDY 

& Cc. 

RETAIL AGENTS 


Messrs. DENISON & CO., 

HUMMUM street, BOMBAY. 

BANKS. 



9. 

3. 

1. 

A 

U, 

1 . 




ID. 

11 . 


POLAR MYTHS. 

THE NUMBEK tJEYKN, 
I. AatreloKy. 

Tlio itevea ol Ursa Mojo 

Thobeo, 

Tho Nucnbor Sevon. 

The tiuTon Sloopere, 

Tho iflevoa ChHnjhotL 

The Week. 


Tho MoinJ. MaruUr and 
tiiahiB. 

'Iho Week lECuBnmecJL 
THE SOUTH, 

The South. 

^leyphha and TaatoJiaa, 

AIbd from Volamo 1, 

The 'romoye. 

UN I VERSE-AXIS 
MYTHS. 

The Axle aa a Brldire. 
Tho lAw «C tho ChLoeh- 
vadh. Hridi^. 

Thu Heaveo> hoa. 

The Lnddor, 

WHOiiLbk 

HAGA. 


INDEX TU THE TWO VOLUMEB. 


BANKS* 


"CHARTERED BANK OF INDIA, 
^ AUSTRALIA, AND CHINA, 
IKCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER. 

CAPITAL... £800,000 

RESERVE FUND.. £376,000 

RESERVE LIABILITY OF 
SHAREHOLDERS . £a00,000 

HEAD OFFtCK. 

kTTGN COURT. TIHIKAONBKDLK 13TRKET. LONDON 

AGENCIES AN D ^ R A NO H ES : 


Honi^cnii. 

Colocnbeb 

PeoanF- 

Tbaltilntf. 

Dell j^umatra). 


Slngaijore. 
Banf^kok. 
Kwala Lumpor. 

Rtituvia, 

ijonraha^a* 

HemskaTiB. 

gbtth 


Shungb 


Hankow, 

Foochow. 

Manila. 

Yokahama 

iCobe, 

Tienteih. 


tor eoUeotion Bllte Of 
: and nadertake fteaen. 


FIXED DEPOSITS 


Ratei fqreliortor perloda 


JOHN WILSON, 


Bombay AKenoy, KJpbloitoneOtrelfl. 


AEeuL 


OMMEKCIAL BANK OP INDIA* 
LIMITED. 

Head Ofyick MADRAS. 
-BRANCHES: Loudon, Bombay, CaLeutCa, Ron- 


SuBscEcinsp CAPt’rAh..,.*,Ra, 40,00,000 
RESUEivitB AKD Rra9T.,..v-Ra, 14,73,^30 
NOTBL-^The HtCaitKVK FUND will bo iNcrtKASBD to 


JEHAN* 
GIR GAMADIA Ee<i. 


LrOCAh DOARP I— 

liBHOY VISRAM | NOWROJEE 
C.l.E. 

SAS^ON J. DAVID. 

KATflS OF INTERHST ALLOWED AS UNDER, 
BTKRLING DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS, FOR HOME REitlT- 
''ANOE^. 4 por cenk par ananin. 

FIXED uEPOaiTB tecelvM at 5 por tianL per annum 
pr 12 moatha. 

SPECIAL RATlGi^ are Kivao fcKt ahert pfiriade durloK the 
luny eeuaon only. 

MonLea ore nfeelyed lain tha BANE'S PRUDENTIAL OR 
PROVIDENT FUND booriuR half-year I \r compound in torert 
A 6 per oent, per annum. 

CHEQUEiS, BILl^, HUNDIKS, AND CUHRKNClf 
*401'E8 of any Circle ore ouHootod imd oroditei tree of 
jharvti In the above In tereat Uepoalt Aoooiiuli!. 

CU KRBNT ACecUNTa reeuivod j per oonu per aannan 


INSURANCES. 


THE DEMAND 

FOX 

STANDARD POLICIES. 

E very YP'AR since 1S€5, tbe preference 
shown for STANDARD POLICIES has 
been very marked ; tbe NEW BUSINESS 
baying exceeded £1,000,000, suras assured, 
PER ANNUM-^a result maiataiaed uniii'- 
terruptedly for so long a period by NO 
OTilRlt BRITISH OFFIOK The BUSl- 

V ESS of 1S95 was the largest in the History 
>f the Company, 

PKE.MiUMS moderate : CONDITIONS 
LIBERAU 

EVEET INFORMATION 

in connection with LIFE ASSURANCE 
BUSINESS can be obtained on application to 

K A* PREVOST, 

BAoretary, Bomba v Braiiob. 

NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE 
INSURANCE COMPANY, 

TOTAL INVESTED FUNDS EXCEED 

£12,000,000 Stg. 

LIFE ASSURANCE WITH ABSOLUTE 
SECURITY. 

AT alODKRATK BATK3. 


OFKN CRKDITS AND LOAN.i 


are cn^nted 
'MlkSjBY 1 


upon apy 

NOl’BB Te 


COMPTQIR NATIONAL D*ESCOMPTE 

DE PARIS, 


NOTICES. 

** Not all boaka on oCKmlu aymbollMiu hava no d early dafluedi 
on ebjwi am this. Mr. O'Nauj. who BeemB to have the nay tho- 
lofclea of all natiOEta nt hlo. dhfferB' endsw atrlvee to Hhow that 
In almoiit al[ due, inetltutluoa Jieeends. or mhaumente, we 
have reulnlaceDcee of a * heavea Br-wotehlp of the Very remot-' 
eat end most coded antiquity,' beelde which th« ooIai^kc, 
Hhlp of Dthur theorUte u a think of yesterday,' ^^The " Na _ 
tkmid OheerTer/' May 5,1894. 

John O'NelUte “ Niffht of tbe Goda^—"M. O'NeUJa mle 
comme eplLpeue a celluxaeux volume im poMOtte de Georaoe 
Uandin, de Mollere^Luhln : ' Moraue voila une aotta ault 
d'etre bI oolr quo oel&IJe voudrold bien savolr Monelear, 
vouB Qdl etes aavunt, pooimuoi U c« fait point Jour ]& aiilt_ 
Cbt&ndre r ' C'e&jt mmi^iide quentJloii, etoul eat dlffiaiie, 
Tu eatcucJflux. Luhln—Lubln : XluJ, si j'aroLii aludJe, I'aim^ 
eta aonKUr a dee choaue ou om u^a iom^ia sooiEa. 

'■ M, O'Neill A ete boate par La mamo reva que Lublh, mala 
a sur luli'avantnKC dAvotr beaucoup etudiA beauoanplaet 
dtevDir une riche InMitfinatlou. . . . 141 U. O'NelM na 

dlaslpe paa la nult dea orlifLues do la vio reUsLetiae de 
rhuDoaolte. il fait JaUUr a mainte repriaaa du choc dea ele- 
laeuta yu'U a aaeemblea. das eclairs qtii cuvreat ou lutant 
dea perapeodvee inLcreeeautea at aouTellea iiur le chaoa 
prlmltlf.'—“ Itevuo da l*tllatolra de^ RelijtilBDa, JauYtec— 
FeiTlOF. BA 


a ENTS’ cycling KNICKERS, Wool 

WoehlhR Material, Light-weight, Ba lO-S 

l-i^ ■ ■ Ik Rh, 12-9 pair. ASQUITH aoA LORD, TaUora, ApoUo 

Digiti-r-—with Tinancia 


HEAD OFFICE Rua BetBera, 
LONDON 5'J Thiuadneodlo Screot, E.C, 
LlT£lU*OOl. AHD MANOiyCSTER. 

Capital ..*Fca. 100,000,000 (£4,000,000). 

LONDON BA N KERS;- 
BANK OF ENGLAND, 

UNION BANK OF LONDON. 

BRANOHK8 lu uU Principal Towuji of Fronted CalButta, 
BouibBY, Tunie, isJau Fraucieeo, Chiea«o. Npvr OrleaoB, Mel* 
houme, i^ydnPY, ^I'amaiave and Tananadvu. 

Current Dep^t Aooeuata are opeiied, and Intereet la 
allowed on Doily Bolanofla from Ra, 1,000 up to Its. I,00,000i. 
Katee re he learnt on apphenktiiia. 

Hpeelal {Lrrangeinpnte may baobtaiuod Du appMoaUun. 

lieiXHit AcdOutHa are Opened for Fixed Purioefa 61 mtee 
Co be oaoercained on application. 

DraJlfi and i^tterB of Credit iaaiiod payable at any of the 
ohlef Commerelul Towma of the World. 

Tho Cemutoir NatloniiJ d’Kaoempin de Puria beg re draw 
the iiRoui i^n o fTrevolInra re Ita Letter of Credit UepajtmeDl 
Lp Partflftt tr hraneb Ollloo, 2. Place da I'Operai In the very 
centre oft i hiemble. quarter of ParlB, On the BonJevardS 
facing tho G nd Opera, and within oosy reach of the princi¬ 
pal HotolOtT catrea. and Sbnps. 

Writing an l Reading Rooraa, Telephony all nocesaary 
BrranKemcnt4 for roocWliiff and deapatchiiiH; Cerreapondeuno, 
mohangiDg Money, lettidg 8aroe or parte thereof vrbetetn 
travhUuth ™.n dopant valaahiea whfoa tbey iId apt wteh to 
keep In tho Hotete. furiher Strong Roooaa for tbeetorageof 
heavy luggage, etc. 

UlTidcnda, Coupon^, oto.. on Oovorarnont Paper, and otnor 
Stooka cached for (Juatdmere withaut chargo ff remiitefi 
Home tbroogh tho Bonk. 

Lottua and CobH Credlla gran tod Oh Gcyornment Papery 
G€)ld,Silvcy, ohU Produce. 

Cb, HENEIOT, 

ilonager. 


iDvoutiaentGrderH executed on tho London Stock Sxchangd 
nder Code with London Bankarft. 

Apply for Rulea to Head Oflloo or Bronchu, 

By Order of the Board, 

0. BBEESFORD, 


PoUey far 

Ro. S^OOD payable 
at Death only. 

Pollciy for 

Km. O^UOO payable 
at ag» 56 or 
Death if Uoocore 
■ooner. 

Polloy for 

Rb. SgDOO Poynhlo 
at age BO or 
Death If it oocuxii 

Ace next 

Monthly 

Agu uPxt 

Monthly 

Age next 

Miuffilf 

Blhbday. 

premiam. 

Birthday, 

premium. 

BLttiibday, 

pnailun 


Fta a, p* 


Ra. 6. p. 


Ra k 

2S 

use 

S6 

ts 7 e 

26 

la t i Q 

30 

12 12 D 

aa 

Id « 0 

30 

Ifl 0 Q 

35 

USD 

is 

ZZ ts Q 

26 

p 1 a 

Ifi 

IS 1 D 

ki 

30 1 0 


is te 0 


noujibav J ei? . I * 


Monoget. 


C 


REDIT 


iYONNAIS. 


EaTARLtSHRD 1863. 

Capital (fully paid) Fes. 300,000,000 = £8^000,000 

Rikerve Fdsi'D .Fes- 40,0fj0,000 = £1,600,000 

BOMBAY BRANCH ; EsRLAatAOk Road. 
CENTRAL OFFICE: PAftls, HEAD 
OFFICE: Lyoncl 

Bhavcres in all tho priQcipalL Towns oE Franca 
and Alj^iers. 

London Otfice ; 40, Lombard Streot, E. C. 
West End Brancd : 4, Cocksptu Street, S. W, 
Branch in Calcutta. 


Ratea nr other ufoa and under oth^ oyntems WtU ha 
flUppUed cm applhmtlan. 

NON-YOHFKITURa POLICIKS—LiBKRAL 

i^URBBNDKK VALVIEa^ 

AGENTS :— 

EWART LATHAM ^ CO-, 
FLEMING SHAW 4 CO., 

BOMBAY, 


THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY 


YRADB i 


THERAPIO N 


it MARS. 


FOREIGN BRANCHES. 

Aif^nondrlo, St. Petorabprg, Madriil, Ptueeela. Cunatantinopl^, 
Cairo. MOficow, Barcelona. Ocnovu. Smyrna, 
FortStiU), Odffesa, Jcruiulem, 

fy'HECREDiT LYONNAIS,BO MB AY BRANCH 
-i sells Drafta and Tplei^rnphlo Transfers on all 
parte of tbe world, negotiarea and coUcecs Bills 4nd Goupoud 
On the KngltfUi and PoreiKh Towns. 

Iffiuoe Lot tern of Credit, 

Kbeohanges Furelgu money, execute iovretinent orders lu 
tSeotiricl^ an all Indian, Em^liiib, or Foreign i^tock KxcbATigiistj, 
and givo:^ Infonaation when required on Buoudbea defljt in 
On the Loading tJtook X-Tohangt^r. 

Heoelven tleeuritiois for sufe eiiiredy and coUeote iutorqate 
Or dividends on same on oODditions to be arranged, 

Graote advances Jn currant account, or for tliod periods 
On Rupee paper, approved stock, aharoo. bulUon, and pro¬ 
duce. 

Opens deposit accouiite, ollowtng intorost oa tbo daily 
balanoee. 

Receives fixed dopoalte on terms to bo ascertained on ap- 

plicatkOQ, 

0, TEOST, 

Motiiigora 

ONQKONQ 4 SHANGHAI BANK. 
ING CORPORATION 


H 


Paid up Oapltia^__—_t 10tl,00,(JLO 

RBaarvo Fuiid-^,-„__„, - .i* 7,000,000 

Reserve Liability of Phoprletioni___,«_* 100,00,000 

COURT OF DIRECTORS AND HEAD OFFICE 
IN HONGKONG ; 

T. JAOKBON, (Jhisf Manager. 
tendoa BookeM. -LONDON ant! COUNTY BANK* 
JNG COMPANY, Ld, 

LONDON COMMITTEE j 
fi. F. BUNOANiMjN, Esq. lof Mreen. T, A, Olbb k uoi- 
Wu, anai:^a31Ub JONfizi, «sa. lUtrootor of the UindoD 


D. BAftN 


y Boukiiig Oa., Limited i, 
iks, Blrecrer. P. 


U h. N.Oa) 


KWE!*f CAM K HON. 
JOHN WALTER, 


‘ Monagen, 


aimUoadon. 


jyATIONAL BANK OF INDIA, Lu* 

SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL ,„£l,000,000 

PAID-UP CAPITAL . £500,000 

RESERVE FUND. £200,000 

HEAD OFFICE ; 

iT, THRBAUMKBULS aXRBlKT, LONDON, H-O. 
BEANOHE3: 

CaliDiit&a, Bombay, Madras, Calotnbo, Kurxaehae, 

Delhi, RhitKooru Maadalay, Tutiloorlit, Kaady, 

Newora Elya, ^aDalbar, Stoamer Polno, Aden, 
OawBpore and Mombae^ 

DKFOSITS. 

Tho Bonk rsoelvee Depoalte fixed thr I year at H per Mat 
iDtareHt, annl fur eharier poriods, at rates to be eaeartamed Oh 
appUcadon- ^ _ 

UURRKNT DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS ore opened for 
approved CustomerB, and Interest fa allowecl at 3 per 
oent. per anaam on dally balanoes bom Rn, 1,000 up 
to Ro. 1,00,000, but 110 Interest la allowed when the 
sum aoomed aoea not amaiint to Re, 10 half-yearly. 

SILLS OF HXOHANOE payable In the prtnatpal 
Otdea of Europe, India, OMna, and Australia pUr* 
ohaeed or ooUectedL ^ ^ _ 

drafts ore granted on the Head Offlee and Bran* 
ehes ol the Bonk and on the prlnalpdl Oltiefi of Europe 
and Australia Remittonees may be made by tele- 

®*Xbo Bonk tuideitakes Ifite puiohase and BOle ot 
Ogvemment Securities, Stooks, and Shane, and 
foe^ves same for safe eustody reailsiiis tntenet and 

Dividends when due. __ 

loans and CASH CREDITS granted on approved 

Swaiittu. ^ OHALMER8, 

assistance frdfiTthe 


AMGT. 

banoeok:, 

BATAVIA 

BOMBAY. 

CALCUTTA 

OOLOUBOl 

FOOOUOW. 

ELAM BURG, 


branches and AGICNClSy 

LONDON BONGEONG. BHANGUAL 

UKNANG. 


BANKUW, 

Hioaa 

ILOILO, 

LYONS. 

MANILA 

NAGAEAKL 

NEW YOHE. 

PEEKING. 


RANGOON. 

BAIOUN. 

SANFRANCIBOCJ 

SlNQ-APliRK. 

soueabaya 

TIENTSIN. 

YOKOHAMA 


BOMBAY AQKNOY 
CURRBNT DEPOSIT ACX^ODNTS. 
allowed at t per aauL pw oujauin oo Dally 

__ U dOi nuder Ka, l.OQO, and not exoaedlng H*. 

IJMUUO ; but no inctoest te allowed when the Qum. oacrum dona 
not BJUQUDt to Hs. 'll half-yearly, 

FIXKD DEPOSITS. 

Are received at per oenL for tH^nionthe, oivl for ahortor 
porlodB, on terms which may be learnt on applioation, 
i:;redltii granted on approved Seamitifle, and every Ueaeirtv 
Cion of Bonking soil Exchange Ehmlnem Cronsacted. 

Drafts granted on I^odOD and the chief oominerolal pLutKo 
In Kuropo, IndlOi AniitroUa, America, Ghlnit, nnti Japon- 

W. B, THOMSON, 

Ai ■ 

47, Choren Guta Smeot. Bombor. mmi 
Sqaua, South Oaloo^. 


T^OQUOoteitftii aiMi hlgbtypfipriiaj roitiedy. aa emn'oi'fd In 
the C^ntliKiDtal hjRlcurd. Eontei), Jobort, Velpeau, 

and others, oemhhi« ail the deilderata re be Bought in a 
Hiedicliie of tho kind, and stirpaaeee everything hitherlo 
tmployed. 

T HKRAPION no, I in a few fial^ onJr r-movea al 
dlochargea, effeetijafiy aapereoctljag t’njcotivns, the use of 
which dooa irreparable barm, by laying the faundatlon cl 
DteloLiire and other serimiA diaouo^lp dyaentoiy.pUes, ifrit^tloa 
DI the lower ha wel, cough, bronchiciii. aatbma, and MJCtte of tha 
more Crying com plaints of this k ind, it will ho round aBreDliiI^ 
Ingly ctboGcLoaB, affording prompt rqUef whore othvr wall* 
nad remediog have been powsrloaa. 

T HKRAPION No. 2; for Imporltf of tho bl^iOfl, ocarvy, 
pirn plea, siiote, hlotoboa, polna a nd BwcUlmrs of the 
JolntB, eeodnfiary symptcioaB. dlacaise of the bones, ^re throat, 
and aU diocaaes for which Itha'^ beau too mneh a foAhion to 
employ merciiry, oarsapariUo, etc., to the dostrttdtloa of the 
vuffbrDT'B teeth and ruin of health. Thia prspartLClen nurtOos 
the wholo system through the blood, and tboruuebly pfimW 
nBtca e very poisonous m atter tram the body- 

ri^EERAPTON NO- 3 for narveua exhauation, waste of 
X vitality and the dtstreeeing ooEaKiuenoea ortalng from 
early error. exPeea, ronidenca In hot, cmhraltby clirDocea, dttv 
It poevenes ei'urprbdiiK powor in rotirerlng etreugLh and v^gtnir 
re Che deblUiat^ 

T KEHAI^EON may bo procured at 2a 9d. andtadd.per 
pookoge of all the prinetpal Cliemleta and Mcrahonte 
threugb^mt the world. Id ordeiriug, the pnrebaHT ahonld 
fitate wbieh ef the three numbers ho n^ulroe, and 
obeervotheahoiVB Etogtqternd Tra ie Mark, whieb ia a faoahn^ 
of the word *•* THaRaPie?i** 04 U appears Od the Gov¬ 
ernment Stamp (in white letters on a red graundi affixed to 
every genuine package by order of Uer Moiesty^d tlfm. Com- 
mteBtonora and without whiob it la a Forgery. 

EDUCATION IN GERMANY 

H ume in t^a Caioily of Dr, GbeJ for ona 

Or two boys. atUse hTVg the CDkoge IGymnaalniiil 

tn WeaeL Bsatdeaee In ha&Ith«> siraatlan «iirrouiided byaPi> 
fata Fork. Tfiims £ 70 per yau, 

AppUcaiida UJ 

Dt. gluel. 

^iSPfTlin'nf r 

Wnaei-san-HhqiD. 


THE 

BOMBAY GAZETTE, 

The rates of SubeoriptJoQ ta the Bombay Gamstts oxp 
ae follows i— 

To SuoacOiiigBa iei BqHuy,— Delivemtjrm, 

Advonca. la Arrsara 


Par Anuom IB 

Balf-yearly nh.. 4,-»- i- ^ 

Quorterty „ 13 

MonLhlj i 

To SpBscaissaa—Up-CtujprraT. 


Per Annum_ h.».Ha & 

Half-yearly ^ 

CJuarteTly ..._...... ^ U 

Munthly K A 


In Adroitca, 

Per Anutim ^ 

Ilalf-yoofiy-- n s 

Qaarterly Ifi 

If^tfaly M 0 

These Up-Cooucry Rates ludade 
BmuiiX Coer - 


Tk Arraan. 

Per Aonum 

Half-yearly m' > 

Cuartefly -A IS 

Monthly fi-S 

stego. 

A i* 


Pride for Bock Num bar varie-s. aoacpnj log to lap w of d ma 
hetweeu Aa H ao4 Ra A. 


ficthig Agent, 
t 51, ualhoueJe 


■^HE YOKOHAMA SFEOIE BANK, Lt* 

QUBBCRiBSP CacTrai* _^mr,,Veiii] ISJMTQtWXI 

PxtD uf coFiTAi. a gj)ao,oaci 

fneairi^irg FT^wn_i, __ „ a,3GOjO<}0 

Hbad Oynoii :—Y Q K O H A M A. 

BRANCHES AMD AGENCIES: 

Kfibo, Londan^ Lyana, New York, Sod Frauoisco 
Hawaii. ShatuekaL aod Hoof^oug. 

Baivx^»—The LONDON JUlNT ffTOCK BANK t The 
UNION HANK Of LONDON i THK FARR'S BANK 
LIMITKD. 

BOMBAY AQBNOY: 

LIBKRAJL INTBBBffT aUawed pm CORKKNT AO 
COUNT. ondfilXKD DBPOSITiA Oh Tflcmsto he lownt tn 


URKUrra granted pn opprtrved SnaurtClea ud every 
doeo^udoa of and Kxohazige Boflliiras tranaaated, 

lift A btb granird qn JAPAN, ud the Chief Oommezeial 
plODoa I n the ^Yorid* 

Y, MATSUO. 

AotlDg nAdiaiik 

Sitdite'a PiOaoa ApaUb Street. Port, Bombay. 


GEKMANY. 

HOTEL ENGLiaOHEEHOF 
SOBERNHEIM A, D, NAHK 
EHEINPROVINZ. 

QOBERNHEIM id od tbe direct railvraj^ tine 

O between PARIS and BRUSSSL3, ons hoar tons 

BlffGKRBKUOK^ 

BOARD (inclading room and attendaace 
hem one guinea a week. English spoken. 

Q. KIEHL, Fropristo*. 


terms foe ADVEKTieBMENTSt— 

Teo Lines oml under— 

First hiaarUoa Ra 5 

Seomid do. -3-3 

Third do, ---- - ^ 

IToorth and* Tjoceodlng tnaertlausAa, 3 pOt line# 

but no Advertkemaait counted as lem than utght Uoea 
AM adwtlM QitB ore charged aaoaidtDg to tbe spawra 
oocupind, NtmiL ciX ot (pnofieet typA U Uhoe Of wlilQb inaki 
on inoti, _ 

LONG ADVERTISEMENTS, 

Ftrirt teaeition..,B parltiifc 

Bwxmd do, --- ii , 

Thinl do. ■* M 

In the Native LangoAgae, dooble the abov«L 
For Advcctiswiteiite whioh are to he luaerred fur a ocraer 
durable tlmcL spedal couCfOOtB may he moda 

DOMESTIC OCOURRKNCaa I KACH-TWO RUPim 

SPECIAL SHORT ADVEKTISEMENTa 

vflrt fap™ ™** of two Or three Unes relshiig loatich aiax- 
OB Small Salsa, Buaiiiaw Cords, aituatiODJi Wosttai oi 
Servants required, Ifouaea or C^dgrejss, to the ohauge of lita. 
^enoo, AJticloB Lwt or Found. The aoale foTAjdve^^- 


moQiB bckmgliig k> any of thoee olassoa le as follows ;— 

Nut exceeding three Hues --l-d 

Sm>h Bupaeedlug llne...M*_ta,«H,.,._,«r.„,„ „ tisS 
No AdvsrtteemaDt wlU be loeertod for lew choAone Buxwg 

and paytaant must in all ouaeA he mode In Oath. 


“BOMBAY GAZETTE” 
BI-WEEKLY EDITION. 


To 


IH Bowbat 


UP-COtTSTaiL 

Per Aacuni,.H.,.»,«,_RBL Vt \ 

Half-Yearly ,, fil 

Qoacterly „ 31 


i For Annum _wBii 
Half-yearly —■>- 
Qoarteriy m.-.-.— m** 


“ IBOMBAY GAZETTE " 
OVERLAND SUMMARY, 

PVeot 

Par ^ rawiiiT* aaH.IIS. LS 

Holf-yeaxlr B 

Qaarkklf — 3 


” BOMBAY GAZETTE " 
WEEKLY BUDGET. 

Pose. Free, 

Per AoncmM.* H,—....w—.Rfife U 


OmiQiiyB] MoffffT OKi>KRa, and utkvi Hamitilaaisff 
shonld be ffudn pajabl^ to ^Th« PiOfirivlM/' dl 
tk# ** Bomfanf GftMtU. 


Government of Maharashtra 
on 07 July, 2017 
















































































































































































THE BOMBAY GAZETTE, THBRSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1898. 


3 


BOMBAY HANK AKD STOCK LIST 


H JL N 3, 


Hbmxm. ' Amount, 


VOlA,** llAUftA.’ 
fiult C|< Botu- 

oV l^aieii^ 
Saak ofMwlrdf' 
OonunnrnlaL £ 
LA. Mkc- 

SxjObanqx I 
UaNiA 


Charter tteuk^J 
Sonftkonif aivl 
B 1» ai» V ti »*| 
Baakli>kCor<! 
poraticui 
SstkMnl 


AkCtar 

Albert OinntnB 
Co. _ . . 
Albert iKEuTa^ 
obao» . 
BolUry...,„.,,. 
Dhow aiiMKor 
City A 

Uaahc* t’o,lAl 
Bombay C'u.ton 
Bfoalia iLiwn- 
p o r 0 

Co.. . 

Broaoli O i t t 

PtiMCo. LJ 

CoLa ba 
Kitot IncliH 
Savlltfb 
ail4 Alaarg: 

art 

V^nob «,««■ 
tt a r ¥ « j- awt 
Dabat^aEby ... 
Btnipoli Ptw 

C3cwU5. 

ITti^nj fanin 

Mahuva i*ttm 
Co., l>i.. 

Ma b m itJi.iim 
Cotta>n <J. iiuJ 
P. Co., UU H. 
Mero*ukrila 
MotudblJ Cd, ... 
Suna^ar M 
Now BordT ..... 
Kflw ludkkin ... 
PrLDM of Waleta 
a b a a [ b y 
rS^Uafy* 

HaiffTTiiii 

lilod and Piin^ 
)ab Co. 

•tnd__ 

florah Woollan 

MUld ......_ 

neat City 
PrcaftCo., LA 
Oik m 


aouofM) 

40JUUU 

I lUpOSik 

i lA/KHJ 


iM®oo 

iO,0U(l 


4A.QQ0 


Ra. 

500 

50i. 

500 

10 t> 


L 4 SI 1 
Balf 1 

Coflh 

Yeorlr. 

Ib&ta. 

IWvlirLI__ 

lift* 



l, 210 xil 


] 10 pr, tJG, 

1 10 or. oc. 

j 10 p.[i 


all 

4S'i0 


all 

mu 


PRK39 OUMPANllCH^ 


soo 

100 


lOO 

IDT 


550l 

1.000^ 


000 

6 CD 

350 

400^ 

150 


700: 

WOi 


DOC, 

, m 

, lUU 

, . no 
4,1, OP 
IJIE 

500 

300 

100 

tUO 

yt 


1.250 

500 


1,100 

1,000 


tso 

1£5 


eoo 

].»t80 

l.OOO 

300 

0.500 

500 


ifW 

450 


' 3 pr. at. 
& L>r. at. 


£U&i. 

7 pr. cl. 

Yauly 


],1U1 

1.235 

323 


£2^4 


1,250 

aU 13 pr, m. 


1,100 Haei' 

LOW'dvd 11 % 


250 3^ 

125 dt l^tJl 


Z00dvdRa35 
1,380 dvdHsJ5 
1.000 ?.l' 

M. dvd FCh g 
500 '25+50 

500 d v'dlt!*Sl> 


i,o;’5 

ati 


310 

315 

I.IjO 

S5 

i.Kjg 

500 


500 dvdEt^O 355xd 


lOOdvdltHtl 

450 lU 4I] 


300 oil 15 pr. Dt. 


500 

125 

4<i0, 

250' 

500 

l2^ 

fiOO 

600 

50U 

1,000 

2.000 


aoQi 

uuol 


500 CV5 

l!5 d va fiji 1 
|oQ dvd jtji20 
I 15 

. 00 dTdE3t5 

^ 20 


7 

500' 


i,0an 

750 


0 

20 , 


200 

MJ 


12 


14j 

4(i5 


70 

335 

305 

535 

IDUXct 

1SB5 

bHi 

3,001) 

400 


30axd 

1,U80 


UPIMNINC ANQ Wi£.% VUff? COMPANIES, 


AbEuwlo tiad art T, 
aiiianoa 
A,jiiala-torijan 
Draaaar<PiLi 

A M. L'o.. W. 

BalLarrb*5: 

Co,, Ul.titei-' 
Uryl . 

Boiubuy V*iiiV 

ed 

D 11 ^bay f.k*luU'n 

Sa&fcE. ,» 
UambHy Ni+i 

lloaal .VlaiilM. 

C(X. UL. 

Brltaunm iVtllle 
centra I li^dia..., 
Obktaa .\lUlii Uu.' 
Ld, 

01 ij or Dombay 
MlUn ^ 

Coluiibaturt? H.' 

aotl W .' 

I, a n a a .i tc U i 

Xllifl . ..[ 

Cvlabtk IalolI a 

MUIa. 

□oaiteMdlH .J 

Cum m b o i 

Mill . 

jMT^d Ml LI- 

Urdla viiuulbtii 
awl rc^dnit 

BCo. , tiu . 

Uhim Ml 44...... 

QJlDdLua^a 
U I 9 IE u J iibiM 

Mil la .- 

Buwafd lUid 
liabouaba .« 

Hqi»< 9 34im - 

lijrdatibaAl 

p Vtioii 
ladtaii Alwnfji;*- 
tado -China 
Manurad i a i 
luif t-ki., 3.^1 _ 
JaUiija CjTiaviM 

Jad^rAlll ...., 
janwhtxi M uu b~ 
faaturititf C<i. 
JowraJ IbjEDd.. 
Jnbiioe Mats 

Ca.i l.rfl-- 

iChaudaii'U .. .. 
la b a II K A u.rii 
Muidif. Go. 
iCbatau M 4 n ' 
kUTVlde 

LrfiopcMd ...... • * 

Lord Raa^ MCk 
LakiYiidJvi-.'lpia' 
niak K W VAV ^ 
lAgOO. 

Madras L'nlterl 
liab&litxibt‘« ... 
Mabboob ^hab 
Hi 4 IbU> b 

M a u a o k i trr 
Patii 

Morctrji 

da* . K 

5i jaorc :di ^c M, 

Col. 

Madura 
N ationol . - 
K a w U r a a t 
S latoni.., 


Pro a 1 4 # n 0 y 
MlUa,t^o.tLdE. 

8 uf»en Vtdia -, 
ipon Mdla 


Oholupur*' .MilSa^ 
SooDdafitiA^ 
3oa.ih«m Ipattt 
Southern Mab' 
.^tta ....... 

dan MltK Lrl 
!8Un tu^l •3dl« 
Co. .. 

Btar Tjt 

^jWAilwhL ^iib- 
4 Ada O O o AUd 
Aitiani'^ 

Ualun ^ptaiYiiui 
and Mnn uf iii> 
tunof: t hj 
Cmoii At I Da Id. 
Vonwhu b K e r 
L. a lE h in 
aim n k e r L 
MlUC T 
Tlckorbi ML:la. 
DVoat^jrij Iriill, 

W adb w f ■ dy , 
Ol runijr 1 
«i* .Sf Ma4 u 
f iM. t o r I f k 
Ou. I.-1. ..... 
nralia 1 1)4 M 


loti 


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300 

030 

A30 

1,001 

LOW' 

800 

BOO 

G.DQO 

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Htt) 

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400 

l.OX* 

x,ian 

IJM 

m5 

70^ 

i.;«o 

503 

70U 

OOfO. 

OP 


700 

l.ldO 

OUO' 

LtKKJ 

l.OQO 

Bi3 

J50 


n.soa 

145 


1,000 

35d 

IlOO 


8,400 

4,00 

A«.>U0 

4,UtH> 

7Jf» 

6U0 

l,tW 

Hi 

BOO 

a»j 

Tfitf 

tJDOO^ 

L21‘4 

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3,U«D 

3,0l>0 


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l,|jua 


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5M 
1 3IX> 


in 

L.OOO 


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1,1U0 

t,000 

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1,000 

500 


I.UOO 

t.uoo 


1.000 

t.oou 

130 

600’ 

700 

1,300 

l.OXl 

63l 


250 

t,UUJ 

5ft> 

l.uuO 


nw* 

aWi 

1.003 

1,000 

501 

1.030 


1.000 

5U0 

5CKJ 

256 

1,000 

1,503 


1,003 

toil 

l,oou 


l.DOO 

1.001) 

LUK) 


1,000 

250 

t.OCM 

2fl<r 

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L3U> 

1,000 

025 

l.OOU 

1 . 000 ' 

1,000 

1,301 

1,000^ 

1,300' 


250 

253 

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1.000 


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all 

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1,000 


all Oper ct. 

1,000 dvaite.il 
nco rlrdRd.^ 

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l.OOOdTdHa.5 , 
500 dvd ttt-klO 

1.000 rtvdRsL3' 

l,0fiQ dvdFti* 
luCi 0 pr at, 
603 25 


dvdtla.J2 
1,330 dvdlia.LXi 

I.QOfr dvfltiii .40 
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41 dvd 2 ,V 

I , 1 C4 dvdlte.:;'' 

J. Oat dt'riitn.S 

500 4v 

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1 .tHKt 5C 

1 , 00 :: 4C 

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Z.TO'drd lte.7i 
1,000 dvd 1^.21' 

1,000 20 
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253 Nil 

),OOQ avdRa.26 
100 dvdlta.iu 
t,r>D0 20 


l,offJ rtvdRa^Sii 
1.000 dvKAlDO 
1,000 Nil 


5W 15 prvt. 


liWPdTdlbi 7U 
2j0avdRs 6 


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490 

40 

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700 

55J 

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075 
I,two 

700 

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700 


i1l5 

4.25 


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500 


230 

51U 

560 

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5110 

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t.tfOO 

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1,310 


825 

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2iV 

2174 

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fET.5 

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1,050 

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2,140 

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l, 0 o 0 dvdRa.TS '-^375 


layj.dvJ 1 Tb. 15 
103 Ml 
l.itW Ml 


l.nCK? I A 20 
025 dvdlteiv 

1.000,fil'd IlsU' 
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503' 15 

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500 IvuiUlf 

503 dvdlte.t 


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525 

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515 

503 


BOMBAY. 


TO-D.VT. 

Son rises, dh. 4?pi. Sun sefs, nh. im. wsfegr, 

0'30h. Low ijratar, a-3Sm., S-liia. 

Mualcipal Corporntlpn, 3 p.m. 

0 . V. R., CoEnmandant'i^ parado. motplp^. 

Bombay KoxnouridH maeb. Nhahrir, 

Iluyui 60 to hay YarbtClub £it*js(ac^a. 

B, B. B. A. StwteTiy cuaetipir, p.m. 

BycuJla Club Ball. 

Prince's Dock. -'Tha ^Cbamsr HajuQ lati, ube doak 
on Tue^oy. 

VitrroRiA Dock. —The steambrs Mcipomano and 
Tbauios lorttbo dock uu Tutisday. 


Poco.—The p^routid will ba reactvod for prsetlse, 
til la e vanini);. 

Hevahai Ho^^pital, AdMKPABAiA^AtceBdant'e of 
the outdoijr pu6lat;6e» traa{>ed lu 5he RuviibeiL Cbarl- 
tabla Diiip«n4.firy, Ahmadabad, durltii; the motith of 
Jpiioaiy laat:^ Total mimljorof paUemA 4iH—hUndiis, 
4*^1% MuBaaliuoniir, 2 ; a ml Cbrlutian', 1. The averaf^e 
arHtttidanC0 wem >-^412. 

Rh ciGion:3 Lkcture,—A puhlie kettire will ha de¬ 
livered, in Gi\Jerati, at the Blavatf^ky Lodge^ Theo^o^ 
pbleal ^Ckty, Bomliay BrrtTich, 37, tlornby Koud, 
Fort, «t d u^elock. tbk tvenints. Subjovt: " Oom- 
metitaOQ sotue ut the more impoitant siibjecte dealt 
with It) the 'KhutHbid' and Wlebar* pruyera Of 4he 

Zijtja±3E,iriaii relJgiuD/* 

Sekiousev BPRxr tyhile Coo icing,—O n Tueiiday 

TuofnIUkt, FaLJtJtt, u Matiomedan woiuliu, aiic^d twenty 

yeate. ii*c^idJti^ at Tw Uriel Streeiii wiija remuTerl to the 
J. J. Huepitjil, eultaiing timin iLHStloua hui ne ubjitt her 
l>ociy, recsivad by hi'^r sai:^ aftddontAlly cjitxjbiriiS lire 
whUe sLandilng near the tlroplao3, The 

woman hue bd^eti deti4tlaed tinder treat men t. 


( 


lOS 


I 


The AcciiJiiNr OS' Boaho the Steamship Car- 
THAtiU.—Gvladin xkikoimlin, a Punjabee t:ojii trim- 
uier, employed on bkjurj the F, and O. Compaoy*H 
Bteamship Caithatre, who was oca Id ail, alon^ wjc;b a 
llfuuiun, op Saturday la'^t. while eleaule'g » boiler on 
board the Bteumer, died at the GoeuMas Tejpal tfoe- 
pit hi on Tuei>day aftarncjon. The coroner waa In¬ 
formed, and ordered the body to l>a dkpoaed of, re- 
EuarklRjk Lbrit an loquciit )>avJDi£ been held op the 
other litAD, who wa^ ±>Qrilcted at the aamo time 4jhe 
deceaHed. another inqueEit wa4 noti □eces^ary. 

A Ceuitstiac FttENoMjiiNON ,—a o^rrcEipondent 
Jnform^ ti^ that un TteOHilay nij^ht ha ootieM a 
wonderful pbenom^nun in me iaUy which, unlQ^^y it 
woa due to a pyrotechoic display, ought bo eiKSge 
the attcptiou of the Alet^otJu^rical Department, it 
WAS b fuluutca bo d when, he save a cim»tar 
ot !]tarii wLhatail to it of about inchea Ion;.;. 

The tall waa the colour of dre an'i the cluster etur^ 

\vere very brJlliant, the aize La lug a tittle larger than 
the sun. It appeareil Jti the direction of X. K. and 
was ** atHUoRAry ** lor quite a coupJe of aecouda. The 
sudden dfaappearanci it^fc ne trac^ behind. A couple 
of seconds later he nobicact two meteor^ faUhig due 
eaat-^the colour of llr‘:f upl the size of an oatrlch 
eKSf- _ 

WKDDINf; AT PaUI-A.—O il Monday veaa c^le- 
bratad, at tlie Parla tJhurOh, the uierriuge of Mks 
Miiry Mt^quica, the only unughter of Mrs. Rjaa 
Uabilla Muquitn, with Mr, Vincent Vax. The bride 
wiita dressed io rich white brncinJed ^atln trJmmvd 
with orange 1)loeM>m!j^ She wure a wra^tn of orauge 
blossoms and n tulle veil, and can led a bonquup tied 
with white ribb mb. Alhar the c^romony the bridal 
profe^ision, wi.b the nowlymiHrued pair, walking 
under huge warict daniui^k umbrelltiB, borne by picture 
enqualv drea>«ed littepdantu, rfipnired tj the rei^idenca 
of the bride, fioni whence aftt-r a banquet the paity 
prccaedod to the house of the bridegroouJlat Glrgnum. 

The wnoie bye-laue lending lu the house wiw j*paa- 
pad over by a tthamiana tnohi. ta-itefully dtcotabeu 
w i tf h bunt i ng and fu U age. '1' I le j Ho m i nati j ii w ua none 
the lebs reutarkable, and the whole ic^na tx^dted 
I) t Uf'U adiuiratioii. An ontaitainiiiant was* held IP 
the pepdal, mid J anted almost till daybreak, 

Dhown'ep IX THK momrauavteTank.—M r. AlJoll 
F, Tomer, the coroner, held an inquiry, yesLcrdaj * 
at biiu Moiolmdavie Tank, r.‘gHrdjng the death ot 
Jivum^iJas Jeaookiam, aged t^ixty years, lately a 

moon bu employ ad tn the lltm uf Sujuial Mobanlab ™ ^ “ ", xr 

dealera ill hard were, having ilieir phica of ba^inosH I iue iulmmaiona t/d St. G&oryje'st HiTspital, on Tue^nl, 
In Shalk Me i non street. On Sup nay deceusod loft ' ‘ ' 

the ilrm saying thjLt he going for a walk, and 

since then lie had rut b-cn hci?n alive. A aCriiah wai 
iDiide for btm, but he wae not found until Tuesday 
uftotTioOT), when bis dead bjdy was found Hoatjeg 
on the sUrfAC? of the warer in the Mombadavie Tank, 
by a wfttej-Carrier^ who intartneo ibw ramo?+Be wo 
duty. The latter had the bjdy I oumved, which was 
then id entitled SA that of tbo decenaed. ’T?’? 

no cvtenml merkn oi violence wn the body, which 
WAS dtes-Mid hi a dhotur. Quits being searched by 
the police. He. l-:i In sHvvr und a bra*! opium box 
were found Yvriippoo up in iit!* lihotur. Ho was an 
opium fiAtar HPd was not ill pecuniary or any other 
dld'.cultieA. it wAh id'W statad that he w'a> in the 
habit of hALhltig in the tank. The jury on tho 
avidcnca brought in a verdict of accidental death 
by drowning, 

ALLEtuifj Breach of Trust.—T tJstardAy, at tho 

Espl«u''^do Folice Courf* Mr. J, Sanders-SI a ter. _ 

Ohtef Fresldeiicy Magistrate, resumed inquiry in ' plaimo in 
case ill which Lady Junbai, widow of the lute &ir f Jlpin t 
Tliarlu Tops 11 , whargVs Ffl^fui Junaiaboiufid and '■ 


THE CITY MORTALITY. 


The Municipal Olhea returns 
hour ending tJ a.m., ye^tei-day, 

:— 

No. oE 
Attack B, 


for the twonty-foor 
^vo the following 


'Yakov* 


A ! 




C 


Di 


0 
:i 
D 
11 
o 
o 

n 
b 

.... 'd 
.,«. U 


UpperOohibft 
Mid. Sc ljuwer UoLube.. 
Fort, Soutbem..,,.,..... 

Fart, Sordiera 
K<«phinu4d ----- 

Miuidv Lo ^ H. .HKf..,.. 

OhUOkln .. _ , , »• 

Ooiiiorkhurl ..,.., 

Dunicrl ...... 

.Market.......-, 

U boL i T’cil no .. ... H. ^ 

I'-fta I Hwarty «, 

Dhuledhwite 
I iChtkra'iMIiiO ^ 

V. ICuuibliorwadft . 

f I^hutwadl ....— 7 

U Iniauui -- *A 

Oho w putL.., —, —., — 1 
vVaii^cabwar 1 

V, aiahalukahfni .. ^ 

f MtixAkua 4 

J 'i^w4tdy ... 1 

I ^coud NttEtpudii »*».-, 7 

i ttanialipura i^u,-... 

I Tarduu_-- ^ 

I Dyoul In,-,.,... 

\ Klr»i XakpLitJft ‘I 

/ FhtoI -- 4 

J **-—.....,-..*-n I 

! aion -- <d 

Mahiio .. u 

WoxIL.. .. U 

Wat^r Ulvtilun O 

N.^R. A (Jnkno^vu _ U 
Hospitals. 

Farstiu.., 

J4i.in .......... .* 

tirant Itoihl .. .. 

St. UVuripi'y .. 

Bralinift Lvhatriu _.■» 

6rd ttholrtttdA 

AdanGuti t'tterbhoy 

Jftln, Pure! .. 

Tulufia ... 

UI UlI It .H. 

Arthur Roud 
Uov t. parcl .......,,,» 

JJiirkJLiithajfi ___ 

McxJykhftDa... . ....... 

Pq rl Tr uat ...... „... 

M iii'aG] a ... .......,. 

ICoIhl 5Icba]ft.,,.„.,.„ 

11 imtiIt 

Vdsmnjcti 1' .. 

Kfttiol $c bMl Joint 
Pbthara l'*rabhii ... „-.. 
Goticral Mabuiitudan. 

.Hii;ee Coesu. ** 

Iiiiamwara ... 

... 

Ni?Lftmpura 


No, of 

Uoatha from 
Bubonic 
PIhcuc, 

O \ 

o I 

o > 


Total 

LJCUtJld 
fjutu ftb 


10 


33 


J 

I 


2 

O 

a 

3 
O 
O 

o 

4 
O 
2 

1 

I 

U 

o 

1 

o 

0 

1 

o 

Q 

2 

1 

*J 

2 

i 

1 

4 


lb 


44 


Total... 

Totnl plairuo death-} to date.,.. 
Same dftio last year .. 
Tchil Tiiorlality Same dote ly, 0 


IS.’i 

10,97* 


IS 

^ I 

2 J 

I 

^ I 

0 I 

J J 

139 

nj5S5 

la 


272 


‘dts 

yi 


Mr. Stewart, I.C.K, iate Assistant Collector in Xa^JJc, 
an-ivtNl liuitj on Monday, and htts been placed in chAroS 
rjf the Byculla Wuni jila^^ie t>[ieniifioiis 5 . " 


m* 

IjhAr 

t.ucu 


3.10 

1.0IJO 


IJCU, NU 


all 

1,300 


410^:4 

5CUaoiu* 

UtiJ 


Mohualal Ja^givsn with cnmbial breach of trust 
in respect of li^. -14,700, mid obitinonl. Mr. 
D D* Dftvar, mstructeii by Me&srs, HimlaJ, 
Mu I In, utjd Mdlin, appeared tor the proscEiutlon, 
and Mr. fjiowndey, instrooL^d by AlmMiry, Littlo 
and Co.* dfltended the tirat Accused; iwhile Mr. 
S, F* 'Taley ark bail, instructed by Mea-sis. Bick- 
ncll MHrvvwnji, and .VluLilal, appeared for the secjud 
QCeUHod. Lilly dsnliai, who^n? cvidenss Avas con* 
eluded ynaterday, atutjd, Eiiuoni of^her thinjfx that , 
ilic »(.■%:used wna iiiuonitn ot bar Jm-bniid s | 

Arm for a pf-riod of about 2d to 22 year>* and the da* , 
caased gcnil^mao had full conftdocca in him. The | 
second ftccEiseii aervatl a^ a crtwIiLr for abjut el>cht 
yearH. In her butbaml's life-time witness used to 
bake iiHerObi^ in f^bc bUEjlcef^ o! the drm ao'.t dally 
itlt^ndod the pi^dhL Her fcjuvbaLnd wa--i la the habit o£ 
lalkLnj^ to her on his bu^inc^a adnirs. The Urat, ac¬ 
cused receivofi Bs, 2 oU a-> liLs munttjly salary, She 
re pu din ted the i^uklifeiatioii thntr she bUp pressed or 
stole the '* ooplakbooks. litJceaElj' she re-o^ilveEi 
oacot the bjoks from uue Jts^bid, who explained to 
her how ho fonwd it. She * 50 :. it examined by an 
expert mahtu, had it cotuinircil with other b^ck^ Of 
the hrm, itnil in^titutjd inquidts. In crusa-esa- 
LuiaatioD. wjtiieas (Rated that, Ha’.hid cam a to her 
hou!>e at Khtj&w'ady, and told her that he bad in 
h*s porweT^ilou A IxjOK w hie 1 1 wa^ of use to her. Two 
or three days aftei' he biY*ii. 4 ht tho book, and roEid it 
to her. She lounJ UYftt It an o iplak bo jft. Sub- 
sequchtly he iidorausd her that heliadsom'j papers 
andlJdoksina vakhar fwiiri^housel, from whleh be 
had brought the bjok. lie further iofumiod her 
that After the deatii of Moossbhni ^Sir 'XbatlA To- 
pftu's son) all the iMsrvatiLa tuok away their paperi. 
Ho took away his, and on oxaminin;? thim ilistovcicd 
tlifl hook in question. It ash id Rahim having cjms* 
berated Ludy Jnubtifii evidocee, further inquiry was 
adjuui'Ded till Tuesday □r!Xt, 



ML^XLUAXKOIU _ _ 





fLivir yearly 


A.1ooDft 

rtnwn 

BvA nay 

BArthAiti '.'1.1^ .. 


toil 

AU 

]Qf> IVil RxIA 
Jti Vi 

200 

1.J 

I4J 


IQOl 

lir'fc' (-' 

KDmbft;' 3c lliir-' 


into 'I'rulitov^ 
C-jrpomUoit..- 
Do* Nuw t-vMiij. 

4 

l.Mli. 

rtUOl 

i.fltw! 

w\ 

I*!SDU. snt 

7o 

1,1<I.^4 

Ba mb ft y IlH' 
3>tfg* Cm,* 1 i|. 

1.330. 

loc] 

100 d Td 

51 

Sambfty 1 jinA 





jbnrt fkiLVluiu 

Co.L;l.. 

Bombay h'luui 

*00 

000' 

£&' 5-|ir. ot 

m 

1.21*0 

-' 

*,0Wj 

hSO*^ 

5i(Hi Jr' 

#P0"3iiin p.ififur 

. . 

o9lhi ftort NhU"' 

i 

l*«0tl 

mu 

S4^* ct. 

3B 

LA ore VrulJii 

Fimir Mkli* 

i.»ii 

1 

Bill 

fOCdvilUalO 

3171 

D'-'lhl Clotii ^ 





Ooitoral ’4 1 lb 
jo., Iftl. 


»)' 

B pr*oL 

3J0 

ilftioLrcof 1 Delta. 
Kfa A , * -Owl .rt. 

Ai>Xi 

ouo' 

00. .« 



lAc B 11 r V L. y 

till I p ...'' 

John It^iierte 
A ChD. 

lEonip 4t Uu, 
Kurranhvfi' 
tAndinU 
'brtaruJtA & Oo.,: 

14... \ 

Napier II{it>;:Ou 
^pli'i’F- ►mtdry 
OheniftL iii.iVT.I 
StfaurLly Uilc 
InSiiriki^iLH'! ... 

IFhlilliH SC t.'n,/ 
Ul. 

Fort Car^iiUMi 

On. .. 

Sounrtj 4C Co,.| 
Trc&cAer 
rhAr-ksr.^ Ca.l 

^k«ph<Hie Oe.„.1 


5,000 


UJOq' 

4,OU0| 


100^ 

2,i»i6 

1,000' 


5.000 

4.000 

R,0l)i;| 

i.omi' 

7 , 010 ^ 

flLm> 


100 

im 

2(Hl 

too 

ISS 

181V 

I 

300 1 
104 

,Giin* 

UiCl^ 

50 OI 

lUOl 

251 


40^10 PT,Cl 

tool to nr et. 
175'. ■J:\ 

30111 

IO 1 dvdllrtl5 
too I 9 pT.at. 
200' 


Nsp S pr, CL I 

too dvd 1^0' 

I 

l,flii0dvdFt»23 

IIXJ 

50Ci. tlO 

IflO 

toikdvdBstl 


17 

■JA5 


tt5 

40 


lit) 

n 

*55xrt 

*01 

1,1X15 

117 

2(1* 


THE AUSTlilAN LLOYD'S 3TEAMEKS. 

Tha t jUowiD.t Is a lial of pos«?H 4 ors .rhe have lijot- 
ed pussfifSO* by the AustrJ^in IJ-jya's steatmrB : — 

-ja Impemtur jmlliuic 1st March 
Mr and Mr* F L Muyer anil familv, Mlaft F K A Tyn-lalC' 
Bteucft, lleur A fynrtftlu'lilMaje. VtrJ.iliM iiarpelei. Mr 
VVahJW, yuTK’lieu 1*1-01 A .\i Crotte, Mr and 4Mri* W 
H llannai- end ishiKlrtT*, MtH L II Biucher, MUj l^raw- 
Urd-Hill, Mr 11 .Viteuii^eUer , Itnr au4 .Mri Tlx UUrl, 
U#v and Mts F yDlXAUd chlLiIrdil . ftud Mr and .Mrs )t 
2^ Bluvar 

a) Amphitrile, saillnK l^^tb March 
Mtea atniritflJ^ann .Mr** 13 U Bethune and In fan*, Mr* F 
Voiitrla and chllUicia , C'ol aad Vim b' , .Mr end 

Airs A )l Uiurron uau ebPd , Mini I) RopuhlBun , .Mrii 
U:xiUlitr. ilr Ai.tl^+Hon , Mr A T Nu^ctU , Akr5 .\nduracn 
ami cUnd , aH« IV'UIto , Mr an.) AJrsT ll Bcrt-ard ftml 
InfftUt. Mrs 44 iiouiioKur*. ur-Bcnl aiui Mra Alt-tklejohn 
Mod iftitkllj . Mi« M rt|>«m'iir , arid i^. rB 1 ’ N 

t^ynuia , Mr ftnd Mn C A B1 *ci>d and family. HUd Itav hJ 
Muller ftti'i fauilly 

B.H, Iniporidrlx, ffAiUiqf lat April. 

The Hod Mr and Mrs and M lea Kirk ham . Captund H V 

Jox and . .Mr and Mr* V .MJSwarddl^n , Ml b U 

M Weed , Mr aad Air, i' li-uiBhawn , Mr A i^uokwita , Mr 
A VocfE dr Fr*rl'’ini « Mr ll Waiidt, .Mr O dchuttc , itr 
\ \IL Jtikson , .Mr L ,t■■*T^> , -Mr end Mrs tC Kichter and 
family Me ewl Mri* UuJdH and faunly , Uitv end ,;jxra 
UblJu incl fan.lly , Mriaod MUi lUiront Mra and Mui 
YV rikht * ilrm UhiA anti lafttni, Mr i» '■v Trouuaii. Mtj 

and \llM mirt Mailer Koririaii * Mr '^nil Mrfl iVavpi 

and huully , Mr ^jiurijn , Mu» bdtle . Miea Ulvun , aad 
MlMI IJOWIIB 

H 4 Maria Valn-rEiJ, BaiUnit l?th April. 

Ufa ftixl Mi® dwana , .Mr John West. .M.i K J Rammond'j. 
Mr Mr* ami .VUsa ^tremnyer, Mr^ntl M 
Lj itulrtnii Col F it JJiiiib.e * Major and Alr.t J Hnme- 
filifpir^ Mrun.i mM D UFe^nr.Ud'l Mrund Wr* 
liltked and child, 

a*. ImpuraKjr,-"Hj,niaff bit ^lavn ,«.* «■ 

Mr W F WcIiflL lA)! 'V aiiiuftt* . Mr F Ati Aesataoh * A P 
Farttmwa . Cap* u F tlallar . Mt Jjiuiee Ihown . Capt 
Tanluv? , itr luid Mra U .1. Funho , Mr and Mr* p 
.S lCTcu ^ Mr tind M-* Van der VV'en'JU on J child , Air M 

i;HLmpb«Ll . Mr and Mr^ WcicchwleL .aonl .shildrti« > lEcv 
and Mm l^fTcr 1 uid ohlKl , itcv Q lU«j£, ana Mr A 
I liiOBCduln. ^ ^ 

sjt, G 1 m 111 , Oiiiliaic 12th M ny, 

Mr FS ¥' L*lJ , Major And MruG B O'Oonnel and fanilJr , 
Mf Aiid itr* F rt*r(ulwcpl and 5trs Trover, Mr non Mm C 
Fiof ftod chilrtt-an, ami i^ari^-Llcut-cjul Miiti Mr* i' A \V*lr 
iLBd ahild 


included Ucop^je FoyoUj .tu Euroiwan, yeho w as ‘?utferin^’ 
t’n.tni jflagiie. “ 

TilK OCCUPANCY OF VACANT* LAND. 

His Excellency fbe Governor in CJoancil bas pre- 
^'rili&l tiie following uddttionuJ rule fl-r die Uity and 
Liiaud of Bmubay under ihe E|ndeiiiic DLea-ies Act, 

“ Tilt* FMi^jne t;oftimiUee or any Pluijne Au¬ 
thority Hpii'iully autJioi’ized by them m ting bohidf 
may take (lOA'ieHsicn of imil occupy iitiy vacant groiinti 
or empty bmldin^ for the ptirposc of any camp* hospi¬ 
tal, latrine, depthit of riweepin^p^, warehouse or oibce : 
!*ucli meat lily rent or other comixjasatioa hi^m^ after- 
wiiriK paitj to the owner or tenant of -iiich land or build-* 
in^ a 9 rimy Ijc* lited by the HJa^e Committee.*'' 

MEDICAL OFF.G[^R3‘ REPORTSw 
Tlicflc rcfwrt.s ‘^howerl that rhei'c were no cases of 
J l-olaba iilist riot In tbc Fort District, 
Wises were rei^unlctl, the frn:&litie.s tertpom^iblQ 
for tliotu bc 1 n;< :—UhtircJi f»ate Sireei^ ] ; Uunbow 
Street, 1 ; Armenian Lane, 1 ; Frern Hoad, I ; ilint 
Road, 1 : Mody i^treet, 2 ; Jeejeebboy Dadabbuy 
Lancs 1 : and Bread Market JStnict, 1 . A case 
from ruudHide on Pultaii Ruad was eica- 

mined after death. AnoUier r.jad^^ide case w^us 
reincvoil to hospital frotu Fort. Two cmfcs fn^m the 
2 lsL Bonibity Native fnfiintry Lines—Marine Limj.*— 
wore removed to lio^pitul, an also a case from a teat at 
Marino Linea. in tJic Mandvie District, nine of 

plrtgae, one of siutpiciou.s fever, and throe deaths wore 
reconji^l. In C w'ard (southjJ, the Mnrket section 
ahowed twcTity cases of pla^jue and si.^ doatliji, tho 
Dhobie Taloo afletion nine oa'^es and six deatli», and 
the Fanosw^mly section fotirtocu casOj and five deaLbs. 
Twelve coatiict.s were 'rant to the Wari Bunder CiHiip. 
In the some ward fnerth) five ca-se^ and four deaths 
Were recrirdod in tlie K uni bar wada ^iecLjoa ; t.WdIvo 
coses and four death* in the K.hara Talau section ; 
and four case* and six deatlidi in the Lhnl^hwar sec¬ 
tion. Six contacts were sent to the camp. Th« ra^wru* 
fn-)Mj D wanl—an impurcunt district, comprising 
Malabar Hill—were not availubie for Lhe preo^. In 
K ward (east) tea cokch of pla^c wore retnoved feu 
Jitferent hu-ipitals. Une of these oases was removed Lo 
the 6 u Ge<m^e'a Hospital, the patient bein^ a resident 
of Lhjckyard Road. Three dent ha from ploguu were 
recorded in the dhttricL In the Tarileo section two caiC 4 
Were detected, and sent to hospital ; one cuss wm 
isolated, and one death |•oco^ded. In Kam«tipufa 
section ei^lit casee of plague and iwy uf relapsing fave* 
were recoded, seven dent ha occumsX In Na^- 

padn section eijiht ploj^ue CA-ifri occurred and one d^ath 
wiis recorded In the Pnrel ond Mahlm difiteiota three 
raric* of pUjpie ware removed to bjspiLal* and ana 
rlealh W:i^ i-ecordud. Ei^jlil coutaetd Ware .nimL ta iha 

f^EUnEUATlOX CAMPS. 

A'cstcrdiiy, l*:iOii pci'icna were detained under obsei'- 
vution in the Mi.KlLkJmna Cam]>, and -IbQ pwsoiia m 
the W'HU Biuidjir Gamp. 

INFLUX AND EXODUS. 

During the twenty-four hours ending If 3 ,ui., YKlsr- 
dav, the number of peraons who left Bombay ami 


entered the city by and bind was ns fullow^ 


lions, the ciiiof of which are accumuliitlcms of fLltiT, 
uvcTOiow'dltiic and Iho ab.-^enco of tigliD n,nd veutUft- 
tion. 

X It la, in the ilret iostanro at Ica^t, a di^oa^c of 
locality, auti mai^^ly conveyed I rum place Lo piiicu 
by muividuaJs in their person, clothiiix; and personal 
ellcctw, who have re^ilJed Jn tJio inlccLod localU■J^ 

3, The ca^eutJal men^urcH to be bakea lor proven!!:* 

iiig tho sprcftUi uE tho dJcease ar« its early recogoi- 
tiun iQ a locality, the removal of the In mates Irom 
tUo iu/ocied Igcelity or area, ivhtch, lu the Urtio 
iaaftancCj may bo oujy u room or huiise, tbcir sej^ro' 
l^atloD for a spooldc period^ tha dlsiiifection of their 
pereonu, cloihini; nnrt clTtscts, and of the 

tiouaes with thuir cotiLOiib4, situated within the In' 
fee ted locality, 

4. The ilist stops to .he tukoQ uro in connection 
wiL.h tho sickness and uioliftdty. There are, at pre¬ 
sent, no moLbods in actual operation by which these 
can bfl accuraiitdy u^certaincil. Infectious dibeasB.:;i 
are not notitled, and the rei^istration of death:} is Itn- 
parlect. Means must bo adopted to iinpruvo tho 
latter, mid chuck the result* by r^curdlnj^ in tywns ad 
funoikila which pass the uutrui posts, nouHeS the namo 
ol the decnasod and the locahay of the hou^e in 

which tho ilcftth occurred, and by p< 7 stiii^ trust¬ 
worthy suboidmutes, .either uioiiibar* of thu Fobc:; 

lorea or ul the Ko venue Ucparcuicut. at all buryiuj^ 
and burning ^iiuilnr infurniution. 

These eoburuluat^s, nut cunDveted with the 

Municipality, will ahurd vujuubie uid in cbt^ckin^ 
Dhe teturne, and they will tho Municipal au¬ 

thorities itj arriving at correct rusdlts, 
o. In viliuiiOf, toe Fatnla muet ^ubiuit weekly re- 
t u Ills of dea L u s m each v b I Oijc, w t th 1 u 11 lOi r respec* 
tive jurLdictioti, tu the .;iiLimiatdar, who wnl forward 
them to the iJulmcLor 01 the dHirict, oit-^r nutiOK 
on enen any peiculiatity in the lucidunae ot the dnatii!^, 
tile mortality fur one corro^poudfuj^ week duriHi^ the 
pa^it iinreeyeuts, and cXpiaujing, 11 ^ ho can, any ex¬ 
cess, iV'hon ^he MHiiUatdar is not, sutislied os to too 
cause of any excui^aivc 01 unusual muitality, he 
shoiiid causa s, ecn i enquiries to bo uinde, aud, iC 
nocoKiiaty ,cftd m the as^i^taucool khe noarc=:t ineJicai 
ouburUiiiubJ. 

d, it|c Futiis sLiould also be required co (:{fvo not Joe 
at tha pulK '0 ::uaLiuii ut too arrival ill tuoit villages of 
any persoLis from an iLLLectod lucalJty. Tlio nainos ui. 
alien persuus shuuni be entered m a roj^istoi' a*^ tav 
poLico station, and ttiey snuiild be kept outride the 
vilia^B under ob^OL'vatloii lor ten day a, and on no 
account allowed tu sleep with in toe viliaj^o site, Tne 
cause uf the death ui any per so 11 who nas recently 
been In all tiifcctcd loc.aiity abouid bd invcLigutadu 
in viilagoa ruinoce from a police station the Folic 4 
Fatll shuuid ui::chai'i;c thesa dutic's, but cne Revenue 
Fa Li land tho Jtaulkeini sliuuld be he Id.equally re- 
spunsibio, 

T, Tim returns referred to in paragraphs 4 anEi .“1 
will show, both in towns und any unusual 

mortality over the average of previous years, and 
also the occurrence of twu ur mure deaths in one 
jjuuso ur lucaUsHd area when iiiiumdmte special 
enquiry necea^iacy. 

e^. I'or ibe discovery of of sickness It will be 

necessary to obtain the assistance of tlio uiore res- 
peutuhLc resident* in each quarici', struct or ^ruUp ut 
fiou('C-'%. la any doubtful Cft»e jf sicknuas they could 
obtain the services ol the ujudical suouruinate attach¬ 
ed tu tba dispcnsirry, or a hospital assistaut may be 
specially deputed tj aid thu resliJieots in tuo wurk ut 
detection. 

w, Itahould he made oblij^atory iiTi'ler tho Epl- 
di^mic Diseaiiica Act lor the occupier of uacb ruuui or 
hnu^c in au Jutectai) town tu lukoUly all cases of 
Hicknass and dt-atn cccurrlntf Ju tho ruuui ur houMd 
uccupied by him, anti rur every niedlcai pructiunor 
pracusin^^ in such a low 11 tu rcjxirt all coses of 
sickness and doatu cjtiiiDg LO his iruuwit;il>^e in the 
practice oE liis prulesatun. 

lu. W'nen there Is toa-^-OQ t'd believe that coses nf 
plaifUL.* are occurin.^ in a town or are likcliy lu occur, 
uwjiiq to it*! proximity tu cm iiifectetl aieii, tho town 
ahou^Li be dlviiletl inio quaiLcrs or ilivisiuiis ut a si::£o 
cobveniein fur eilcctlve supervision, on 1 each quarter 
shL^ulu bu placed, a-* far as possible, under tno ctiari^ 
of an Euro pea 111 u tile lal, who m-iy bu a civil utlic^r, 
taken frutn any depoTLiticiiL, a tuilltary or a modical 
olhc^r, accorcJiUifi to ciiciimstaiicaa, 
nil. Thu quarter under each uXlicer should bo sub' 
Uividcd into dalincu areas, which uiiglib consist of a 
street, a puriijn of one, or a t^roup of houses, and 
wch ui tnesu sub-divlsious should be placail under 
the charge of ft dis.LJ'ict or local subordmate, who 
may, for convenience, be called a dUperidsur. WiLit 
each aupurvisoL' will be oasocmijad one or more rvsi- 
dents m the aub-division, vvno will the Huper- 

vlour in obtain!nu; Infovoiaticm rej^arding sickness 
and mortality in the areaa respectively alJotted Vj 
him. Under each sapervisor will bq n of 

coolies, vary jUfi; in number to uult the requirements 
of each locality. The working in the more 

populous tuwn-vshouid bo oivided into three sections, 
each wich Ox^hued duties as follows : — 

{a) tor the detection of cases aod their removal 
to heap) tat; 

fbj lor the e vacua Lion of huUseii and the removal 
of the imnatyQu to emnp ; and 

^cJ T-Ue- tUv 4* (.u^ M tc fiLLOifx ut llOmi:^'*'. 

ri. So lunif as ploifue exists lu the FreebleDcy, it 
la advisable that the ubuVu or^aui'saUOD sbuuid Ijc 
prepareo. for each town aud district area, uar.We 
Superintendents bding sub^^Lltutad for Kurof^un^ tn 
Che latteL'r and the members sbouLd be ready to act 
when tho n 4 ;cei»eny arises. At ouch town exposed to 
danger an olmerw'ailub camp snould bi^ provided 
where all susplciuus arrivals Iroiu lufcctod areas may 
b 3 detained lor ten days. 

13. It Is bMfeved lhfttj< under such a tcheiuo inform¬ 
ation regarding aU iAa^os of sicktmas will b.i easily 
and readily obLained, bu& should the }>eopLc h<t un- 
wiLlln^ to a 8 :flat toe authorities, or wjthholO the iiiSues- 
siiry niEormation^ then U vl'iU lii advidable to or^anlss 
aaarcli parties unicr the charj^Ef of tha Uiviaiuiial 
Suporin ten dent. Each search party should bn accjm- 
ponled bj ft Mod lea I OltlcDr ur subyrdmate, and by a 
ttiunile, uLiicr Europem or Native. 

14. It la al>iulu[tely es:ietiLlai tu success ghat ad the 
m^asi]r(!i* tiimitionod above for the ; 3 Uppre:»sicii of the 
dIshould b.' CArilud cut promptly and etlvctively. 
To on'itire this beios; ilona all thu msmbisra of the stall' 
eu'^a^d in tha woik should have a clear Idea of their 
duZles; the operttCEatis will Lhen bj ounducted hi a 
methodic 111 and ayare matic manner. 

15. The SupanaLttident should b'! provided with a 
suitable ohici situated in his o wn uivLiOii, where ho 
::.houlii remain tha whole day, except ut Intjrval^ for 
laeaL. The uLllca will bo his heAd-tjUartero to which 
all communicatjotis should sunt, utjU at whicli the 
Supeivlburs will imike tbarr dally repuruS* liu will 
eieiclso iL general supervKion over ad tho operntion^ 
aii'I will fbsue ordew for the noi^sary attUou to Ija 
taken by cneb necUob of the gang of ccmlied. 

Id. No houae vacated on mfoount of plague may Ijh 
reoccupied without hie ^janctiun and ha may cuuse 
ft nutlco to that eCTt^vti to be allixed to oach vacated 
bouse. Be should place a Seal 00 b^xea «ontalniug 
valuable property left in bo uses which have been 
evacuated on iiccouDt of plivgu^--, iSuch property may 
be removed by the owner, but If he doclinea to do so. 
It will remain at bis risk. 

17. Prep :r»y of any value belongiog to the poorer 
aliiS'LC* which It may bj coosldored necassiiry or 
a.dvLftble LU destroy as liamjj iafeefcod should l>j 
tj.pprai>od by two or more respuutab^a natives and 
the value paid to tlia uwucr by the Suparlntem^lent 
of tho division. Compensjitlon should also bo given 
without delay to tha vary poor for the dvstructiuu of 
elotbe- 4 , 3b}., which although they mxy lu of no 
market value yet serve a useful purpose to the 
owners. 

m. After a house hns Ijeen ilbinfected, tba door 
will bi poured by a padlock, of whi*^i tho Super- 
IntHaudmu will retaiu the kt^y or eDtraroa may bo 
barrud by any other allVcLuftl method. 

ll>. The stock of dlKtufm^Lnnbii, pndLock^ and all 
surplus appliances fiir divLEoual UH.e will be kept 

in or uenr tlio wUico. 

I : 4 U. Each supervisor will keep a Jiiit for all rasi- 
dentfti In enciii house in hU snb-^llvifton. Ho will in¬ 
spect all new urn vs ivnd will obtain fnformvlon 
from them as to their pravioua place oE residence, 
will. In cotiipany with the Jucfd re^iilant appoiut- 
I cil to fts^ist hliin visit all tba hous'^s in hie suh-dlvl- 
I *lon, and obtain Jtifornifttloti rei^arding tha health 
I of the djfl'areiit id mates, ami will, ora the ujnehiiton 
of his rounds, report verbally to superin tends uc 

the cBdurrecK ol uU ca'iea of siokucs^t and death and 


— any infer mat lou 
■ Any 


Siuri cau'teway* LbSlS making a total of JS pe^as. j^.^mdent ftt his. olhc 3 by i 

Departures Ity sea and by land tlii-oii;:^h . 

ftud riion usnssways 2,177^ uiakiug a toUtl 


FU1CE8 OF 

Smfitea Qohi ^ ^ 

OhllU liNJC 

ratua, twe^GoM, 

tJi*. um. aevi .«,.UH 
AaiamibuiL, han QulrtL IDO 

riavvreigiis *** - 

ixiw Dn^oftB 
kiftT SUvar 17 
14JL 174 


bullion. &o. 

__ Ka. M-7 

_ , *, 114^ 
--^ ** 

--S4 T 

"'ll::™"™ *; 
'JZZZJZZ^^ __ 1^- 

"72 


liowlftud's Maca-^'iar Oil pieveuia hair faiUng o(T 
or turning grey, cleauHes it icom scurfaud dandruff* 
liud makes it bsaViti fully pit able, and glossy. 

Il U tho best Urbliautiuo, coutiuos no nilttcral m- 
™Llieuts. can b* had in a fiolduu colour for fair hair, 
and is most 0 mtJ^*=itely porfuintiied^, tsOlJ by Lhe- 
ndat^d Drug Stores. spurious imitations, 

and biM' noon but Howlanmi* 


of a271 

pc^ons. hospital returns. 

A''c 3 Usrday, 84 death* irev’e reeortled In th* Tarioui 
plfti^utt hospitJiK ft 111 K28t> pfttieute reinamin^ in them. 
TbuiMi, howcvei', do n<Jt indittle tliw retui'n* of th* 
hfHpitLiU in D wnnJ, tlun report'i ol’ uhiuh wyru not 
avuilaV'lu. 

INOOUL.VTinX. 

Tho miinbor of per.-jun.s incKHilatOLl Auth Pn'it 
Hatfkinou [irophylactic lymph in tUo Kboi*M Lodge 
Bungalow^ at Nesbit i^unc, on Tin^sJay^ wa* Khojofl 
147, and other natiotialitlort 8. Total to d;ite :”lC|!iojrti 
TbJr-v and other nutionalilic.-i L'23 I:j. Grand total li,;71lT 
Dm of * 1,274 Ivlmja-f, are r«-inoculated. 

D11-: DON Til E \V' A Y T O UO S PITAU 
JftdiA K«a'>lraiii, a Hindu, atied twenty yo&rfl, 
residence an known, was, on TueT-dfiy morn Leg, found 
Ivitigftltdion tho vifttLl'Ie, at XMbit Ruud. He wan 
examioud by Lho aiutrlet modicnl odicer, who 
rcrtilled it to In a caiio of plague, Ha waa then 
nlftcnd in an nmHulan*,', and wna being convoyad to 
tliu Cunnangbt Road lluacital* whnra ho died on ^ba 
way Iho ditfpuaal of hia bjdy vvn^ orJorod. 
instructions to PL.VOUE AUTHORITIES, 
Ttu? fullowlnj ** InstructioiM reijardihg plague ihI- 
miTmtimlion,” ivUh ApjienJb, have Unm torwanied 
doniig tlm lait dav^ U> all (.’niujiii;wionera, Crd- 

liivtutw, Chief Plai?ne Authuritles Pliqpie Cummittoei, 
ft rid Political Agenta for tliv general giudniicc of Dis J 
met and other umcers. U will be dcen that in 3QVera| J 
rtMitf cLs they modify previously eit-^tlng rules :— 

I Plaguo ia a d Lease which is ei^sentiiiJly a^o- 
ela^d with lotauitary coadlLioua iu human haWta- 


by night, 

21 . 'Xbc Su 


regarding arrlvaH from in fee ted 
: i^e of plague, anl all doubtful otma 
on*j ruportt^d tu Lbu Supyr- 
day, ftU'i at hi* hi^u.-is 


Suporvlftjr will be provided wi,*b a yuHS- 
eiant supply fjf tlUinfflCtantH ready for me, with 
tuba, buckets, wiiterlng pot'L, one or two htind- 
pumpA,«='jtlioi‘jetor ray, and i mplt^iii^ereqo 1 re'i 
tor uuxoulUDg houbO:! and cuaking holu» In the waUx 
Thero :>tiould a|^ i>a a douly* cbarijoy or bamboo 
frame fur lIis reuioVAl oE iiha iniL'k. It should bo 
thutouglily w'jisihed or aprayad with parcblorlda of 
mercury solution, either at the hospital or MUb-divJ- 
nionM (iapot after a^n- Thia is neuea-Sary, aa tha 
e.imu dooly may be u^jud for carrying suspected case* 
to tho Qbscrv.ation ’LVard. AIL the above articles 
eliould be kept in a room or yard near the contro of 
bB sub-dlvlbioii or a» the Supertutondont'a ol!Sc■b^ 

22. On ft Ti-port beingreesived by a Soperlntenilojib 
of the ootmirenOB of a cfia^ of plugue, be should at 
once Tiroc jcd to tha huuaa. niiLt w*Iibo he ba* satis 
tied himself that the enso ia one of plagua or of 
Munpiulous nature, ha will at oticu give ortiors for th 
removal of tha jiULtient, either to the PLftgnc HoaEiltM 
or to the olKervftth'n wurd^ acfordln'^ to the opinion 
ha has formed of the oases. Tho other jnrnat'a of 
tho liou&e, with Ihelr iii'JVonblo peoperjiy, should l>? 
taken to the ecgregntlcin camp, in charge of om 
more iioLi^^men or other xcspoo^ible peraoa?, 

33, They wilt be supplied with passes by tlie Super 
intandeut admitting them ioto hospital and camp 
Tboso passes after conn tore ignaturc by the marl itfti 
oJliCBr or the otllcor ftt the camp will be returned 
through the police incu to tbo Superintendent. 

24. After cvacuftttou of the house, bho wall* and 
doors of all rooms* with tkeir contouirs, exwpt arti¬ 
cles ol food which it I* UPC intended to dcicruy, aod 
of all eDclosurae, should bo thoroughly dronchod 
with ft aolQtloti of porcldoride of marenry, and iu the 
coureo of two or three days coEttsd with freshly pre* 
pared limowaiih. AU raus and found in the 

homo or enclctaure should be burned in the pceaonce 
of the supervisor* 

25 The roof, it not a pucka one, ahooia ijo removed* 
and boles should be made lu the walla to admit 


freely aJr ani light to tW amnller rooms and endo^ 
sores* On the cumptetion of the^e operations* the door 
tthould ba secured with a padlock. 

:;0. The cooUes engaged Jo the work of dfsiE) fee Lion* 
iSlc,, aiioulU be provided with boota or ahoe'^, to 
protect LheJr feet from the danger of inlectfon 
through abraded surfaces. 

27, It may be neces^tary, owing to the 'occurrence 
of several cases in the oqu area, to vucftto a group 
of houses or a whole suh-dEvUion, Should any 
pecessky e.XJSt Jur thu adupilou of »tich a inoa.'^ure. 

It should be carried out as soon n^ possible by 
placing ft cordon O'! police or troops around the area 
and removing the whole popolation L* the segrega¬ 
tion camp* Disinfectlou and unroolUng of the 
houses to be earned out in due course. 

2d. Expurtouco has abundantly proved that the 
«vacua Li on of an infcclad house or houses Is seklom 
iu ItiieLf tfufllcfent to stamp out tha disease. When 
piftgua manifest^ Itself in one house. In an indigeD- 
ous forui, thoae in the neighbourhood have, as a 
rule, aireai.Jy bocotue Inloctcd, and it uauuily folloTf a 
that cftKss sub.aeqaeritly nsjpeor in them. It I* 
therefore always ft wiaa and prudent course on the 
ocuurreiicc of an ftidlgcnuus cose, n'>t only to evacuate 
Lhc onu house but uImo ftU those in tlie immediate 
neighbourhood. 

20. On the evacuation of *tbe houses in Lbs Infec¬ 
ted arcFt,, all the other itihabitant^t >houlJ bi^ encou¬ 
raged Lo Isftvclvho town.an'l any obiticlc-^ which may 
tend LO delay their departure shun Id, if possible. Tje 
removed. The tipi's for prci^crtlihf^ ths issue of pitss-^ 
es should be carefully cjn^tdored by the Collector, 
ae if the rules pruhihitiii-^ dopiirture without passes 
are applied prcmaturoly'the exodus t>f thd inhabl- 
baiitis geiierftUy will be retar ied, more paitiiculftrly 
of ibe poorer cliMieeft, who leel dtJbJent about apply¬ 
ing fur passes or are too apathetic to do so. 

2 U. In ft Lftrjge town where the dlsoo-he has become 
of genital prevalence, every qourtjr being arlected. 
and tiie arraugOmerits fur deMin^ witu tne epideimc 
are incompletu niid defective* measurtis must b :3 
takvn to regulste the departure of the populfttlon 
and prevent tbeui carrying infet'tion Cu heftltby 
areas. Every eJlToit should in the meanLimo ba 
iii:ide to pruV'id^ aullietent eccuiumodHtpun In huts 
fur a liirge propot tiou ul tbe pupulatiun, 

;ll. In the eftse of vi I luges badly infected the 
wbolo of the Inhabitants should bq turned out. 
Villagers are necustomed Lo erectlp.r sheitera tor 
thcm 5 el%'CB, but, it utc^-ssary, materials tor butting 
should be aupplmJ* Thu sick and suspected vlllaj^era 
should be carefully saparated Erom the bentthy and 
an olllcer should b [9 appointsd to examine the daily 
iieaLtb of the population and prevent migratluh to 
other villages. 

d2. Daily lnspE?cUon of villages situated In the 
□eigli bum hood ul ud inCcctaa loc .ility should be 
in^CitULed and maiuLaLued durin-t me outbreak, uiui 
catiUaucd Eur Id days alter the <.ccurrt:nc3 uf <.hc 
o<.i.9u with special reference tu tlie c-Xc^Lusioin of 
refugees who suuuUl 1)3 required to Cfttnp out. 

3d. s^i ta fur the hospital shmiid be selectsd a^i 
near us possible to tha infected population* but u 
permuncut bqiliJiug. ^juitabiQ III nU respects lor ^ 
hospitu!, tufty SOIU'jtimes Ijj obtained either insMe 
or un tlie outskirts of tbe town. It can be eustly 
dt^luEcctcd 'kvlien it is no longer rtrqoire^l for an 
hu^pitirb ftud sucu n imihiing would be more popular 
and cjuvcDiojit tLjan huts erected at ft distftbco iroin 

the town. 

3 - 1 , If a »uital)le building is not aval labia it will be 
Tieciissary to erect huts for plagae patiunts, for cun- 
vaJcfcents and fur Lha ghserv.'iLfQu uf dunboful cases, 
nil the nearest site* The hospital huts lUieiided Cur 
temJilcs should !je bome ^iLstuiice apait frotu those in^ 
t^tuiod for males. The uL eacti hut will tlept^ud on 
the ituTub'zir of piitienta expL.^c^d* but it is advisable 
not to ].iluue!a targe iitiinbiji: oi pfttiehL.siij one but. A 
senes of imt^. eatih capable of aecominudattug six tu 
twelve patients, will bj the bast arrangement, and tt 
ifi uue wtuen will admit ol the higher uri'l luw^r 
uftstos at curing sepftraLo ticcoinmodaLioij. MoYeabi.e 
mat screens ahould bo prov mad bc^tween tbe b)ds uj 
secure fta muoh p^evaoy as i^ pos^lblo tu eacli putle til. 
Every patient should be supplied with a cheap suo- 
stEtute Eur a spltUion, and both it end tho vcaseis used 
as becl prms gliuuld contain a sulllcLeiit qURntlty ot h)i 
eJlcctive di:>iiif 0 OLm.; .HuJutioi). The flour of the 
bospiLftl hut? tihuuld bo freely watered daily 
with the porchloritlo uf mercury solution, and 
VQsirols oontaihing the same solution should always 
be available fur tne dlsint^ctij'u ol tha bttn-t:? and 
teet uE the native atten ijiUi^s* 

:D. Uiie re Inti ve or frich i may bo permitted to 
ULteud ft putiL nt, ah'l u stated Liirie snouiu be set 
ftpiurD for tliu >isils ot relatives ati L fcJi-mds uC the 
pat Jen ts. 

;kj. On the arrival of the patient nt tho hospibaj 
all kis ciutidng shuuld Iju rumoved and burnt in 
Lbe proscncj oi the medical suOurdln^Le, Jlospibal 
ctOLblug should (nhen du :suppiled. Mu r^^cuvery the 
patient may be tcauftferred tu the c-anvfileset*n. iivaid 
ur di>Erd^iid, III either case ha aiiouid ho given a 
warm bittb irod suppliau with uiaw cLotlius. 'I'lie 
hospital clothing, uu the di^clmrgo ur death of the 

pft len^T ^noulLi be dJsiiifec.ed* wtisliud and e,xpused 
to the son Eur ft lew buars, after whieu It ujt^y hEf 
again ti^keu iuto Use. 

JT, UU!ip 1 t«t -O^OrVaLijtl Wardu should 

be surreuii'larl with a Imtiio xu^r uittqx: feneje 

3d. Buts Eur Iho segregivti.hi of individuals ro^ 
moved truui infceted no use.?, and oC all *ospccted 
poreoDi^ should, if possible, Oe at a. conveulerit; 

disiaucc from the hus*pitai cujitpuuu'Ll, uud ^nuuid iM 
surrounded by ft bmnuuuut' oi.iiL.-r ruijce* individdalv 
brought tor admissjjo into tlit:i camp ?»hudlLi* fur 
purposes of donu|i ness* ho bathed in a sulutEun of 
cftrbblii; ftcfJ, uue to a hundred part;^ of water, and 
thLfir clotbihg ajftkoii in ft soluUuti ol one to twenty ; 
it therb are nu cblUlreu, pcrebluLhltt uE mercury suLu- 
on may^ be used fur the latter pm po>o. 

:iU. All the jnmatus shunlu be iospoctud daily* 
either by tho taCdlCftl oilieer or «. madfienl sub^jrdi- 
Date, and ftuy cu.se tfl plaguo dotticted a ho uid be 
muved at onc-j tu hus^pUal, ami duiibtEul ciaeft of 
fever tu tliM abservatiua ward. D nu case oueurs 
uuiungsD them* ftfter an interval of 15 to 341 *.iny^ 
they muy be ulluwed tu retui n to their hunsu^* ii 
such bouses Shave been ctoanod and disinfected 
iiud U the local ahtbority con^ljor^ thut I hey are Ut 
fur re^uccdpfttiou, or bo admitted intu uho camp fur 
liealUiy lodividuata, after ft second dlstnEectlon of 
their clothing. 

4U. liuth the hotp (.ill componiid and tho segregn- 
tiuu CftJup should be garbled by troops or police^ lo 
prevent tUnegresNol iomstrs 
dl. The estabJIftr^meuti of separate kospitiil:; and 
.'gtegjition cirmu fur tha reception of metiiberfi of 
pec La L Cftitea ftud religions should be oDC-mragcl 
and every nasiacftncj should ba pivrn by the local 
ftuihunty fur their eryotlou ani superviolou, Tho 
treatment of wha patients anlmittid into tboso h0'3pi‘ 
iftls may/if doslred, ba plat til in tho haunja of VfthLa 
Hakima and tba inlcrnirt m i agomeDt uf buth hospi¬ 
tal e and cftiiips may ba cund ^iid by meujbw'jr^ of the 
cu^it;) or religion ^unearned, ^. uject however to tho 

geuorM sutiervlaion uE ft Earup.-m doctor where po.s- 
siblft fthd Guotrel of the local ftUtUortLiee and to tba 
usual ftrra.ng- me.nti regards gaarils. 

i-i, A Camp for tho haftjtby,!.-*., lur people removed 
fruLU bouse? not InfettO'! should aLo ku arraugcd 
fur, AU individual aduittbed into it shoul'd ftl^o bo 
bathed fthd thoir cluthes dliinfcctud fts with ftdmis* 

sjons iuto the segregfttion Gamp. They should be 
allowed to pui^uy ihelr daily umploymBnD on con¬ 
dition that they sleep in camp. The huiLs sbouid bj 
numbared, iumute--) regldioreii uni ft dftily i nspectrlon 
niftilu of ftU the residents* If na cose of plague bmi 
uceurred In ft hut f'lr la to 30 days, the inmates may, 
after ft acevu I disinfeutluli of clotuing, ba tiUO'wecl to 
rstum t'U moir Houses if such uuunes hav(s baen 
cleaned und dlsinfcbk^d and Jf the local ftUthurJ;y 
cunsidci* that they are d . for re-uccupaitun. 

4 :i. Should ft emo of plague tccur in a nufc, tb:i 
pntieiit should bs removed to hospital, and the other 
inoifttes to the .-jegFvgajJuU camp* Tbo hut ahuuld 
rvmuved* the alto di^iufeoGcd with the perchlorfde of 
incicury Molutlun, an l the mritetiuJfl of the but .should 
iHa Mlijiiiatly disinfected and expuaed to tha sun for ft 
cuupio of days, when they can bj uLilised In the ereo- 
lion of ftnotilior hut on a new tite. 

44 , Tbft best ftiraugemehts aiiould be made for a 
plentiful supply of ivutL'r to the diirorent camp^* If 
the water-supply to the town In conveyed threugh 
pipes* CO n tied-ions sii Oil Id bo cjUTied into the catups. 
Hiitding platforms at some tlistaftoa apart fur the 
two sexon sliouLil be cons tr lie tcil, and provided wttb 
arfftce dmius for the removal of surplus water. 

-15. Separate iuLrinen fur ttie neXite should be 
cn-atedi in connection with the two camps and 
Liuapital, vmi they ahould ba well lightod with 
ordinary post lamps. 

4'-\ Bouniab*^ shops with all i^upplies ahould be 
provided for each ol tho c xmps. 

47 . Ga*os o- plaguo inipartcd into towns and 
vJlIag'ii*, if they are nut at onc 4 discovered ftud 
isoiftted, will, under existing conditions, rtovflop 
new eentre;^ of bite disease ami biius Infect fresh 
lucftiitius. It Is a nlilUeuit iiifttber to dotacb such 
oases In t^u^it from au tufectL'd area. 

48. Medical inspection of travellon by mil and 
road Is useful iu discovering those Z actually 
ouirering from the disease ur idTacted with the 
prcUui I nary symptoms of foVrir* but as tho period 
of iucubaLloh may extend to eight or nlM 
days, tt is wvidenfi that in-ip'?#*uIon Is of no ftvail in 
debenllhg InfecLeit traveUerv, ^vho are In t lie a rage o£ 
tnvu^v^LLOT]. Suoh travollera cannot ba Tljfcrimmatep 
from the non-in fee ted. an 1 it J--^ n'-ttessary lor their 
det.ecLloTi bliftt, thoy should ba kept under ubservatJoii 
for ft period not cxcoedlTig leu dnys. 

4T PattHL-ugor* or trarcliors who «iu produ (^2 
saiinfftctj Jty evliJcnce iihftt thoy iiava nob baon exiftis- 

glI LO jiifEctmii. may bi oximpt' d from detention, as 

muT !» infected In the psrtfcular diaCrios. Ilio letal 
ail tho tit tea should giva BzrtiflcateB Ml peraviis 
wtshiiL.: to travel Irum tlio non’infeOeOd areas iti the 
dtstrtet^, stftbmg that the hohlore <giving nams^, ■Stc.J 
hava not b^en exposHs>l to Itifeartioxi. 

5U The period Of olaarivacion may m the cisu ot 
travellers uf ftAeflrtain'sd reapectabiUty, ba eunvortad 
into QUO of AUrvei liftnca nt places of doitinatmn. If 

they gjiva salJifactory aasuraafl^ (:}r furniah security 
that ^ey raportthemsolveft dally to an aiitho- 

riiBtl medicliI dlllcerljsts of such pt*-angers should 
ba forwarded oibhor by wire or p£>>t to the Jiocal 
iLiithorlty ab pluca of destinfttijo, and any one 
failing tO report may bj pru*ccubed._ The .uOdieftl 
oUlc-or 1 b nob at tilierty to ex-iiapt the Indiviclaal from 
ftttendanca without tba coocurrenc^ of tha loeM 
autborlty, 

51* Tbc IQspeeting officer may* however, excrcisq 


hi^ diacretdon as to the necessity of dEtatnliur anr 

particular lodlvirluftf^ 

aa. In adflUion to madicnl lnspi'C»ioii at Belected 
Kbatior^ ft rneitical ollicer ur sub-irdtnnLe shanlcj* if 
availublc* h& nppuinted to travel by osch fraiu from 
or puss Jog through un infected di-itrirt fuc the pm ^ 
pose of exriminin{j; pftaHen>$ 3 r 3 bjoking and aligbLing 
ftt ftll stivLlunu Along the line. 

55S* The objrcu in exurcisii)^ control over tha 
muvemoDLs of LraVellore E rum n h infi'ctiafl urea for 
the gFoerul vralfare of the pubiit; utiO not to harass 
the individual-'* It ii hop<‘rt Lbut by dotatn ng pnHsm^ 
gers rrom an infected dre *, tho healthy or nou-rnlcc- 
ted will 1)3 eJimrnatod after & few day>, an.j aijut^cd. 
to proctrod on ihctir jiounvey. If the prvparetory 
meftsttrea os previously deL.fti:|eii tor the tupprvi-^iO'a 
of the disease aro carried out in ad elhclent rnimnor, 
there eveiy TftikSf'n tu liMJuvis tJiut resLiicticns uu 
iraVeiling; wiJl be unnecasi^ary- 

34* -Any urrungomcnb calc a in tod to prevent the 
cX'idus uI the healthy trum uii infected iLCftltby or 
ttrcft* luuiit tend to produce a uisre vh ulenc, form ol 
the uiTLuano, Tiiiid LUDre rapUJ ditTosicri among the 
com mu 11 Ity. 

55. Cuiiips will t stftbllshed* under the orders of 
Govern ment, at <1 >tfttiD}}-i. for t‘ivL«n- 

lion of pAssenges and lor the di^iiibciiuii of clotlnng 

ftiid baggJig-. 

id. Thu ulove rulea win also apply to travcJJers 
by road. 

Thtj most ermvanient and satisfy ctory way of pro- 
pftring the solution of piic luiide of mcicnry ea a 
larire ^cnle is Ihat whtcu hji.-« tieeu rvi^ouitnLanded 
by Dr Maynard,, now on plague duty In N^six* 

The ingradjents should be mixM in a 5tJ ;gftllon 
ca:;k iu the fulLowing qLmu^KieM-tu *7 ibw ui (-qp- 
cblurido of morcury and ut IL 1-2 Ibv pure salt atnl 15 
gftllunft of txiillDg welt with & vvo«jtl*-n 

and then hJi up the ca^k with Cjkt water The suLu- 
tion contains one part of perchlurido to d 1 -:^ of 'Hn.tiyr, 
ft-jd iiua ueJinary quint bottle ol it ftdde<i to 25 gal’onA 
of WQLor—the cnp-icity ol the ordiiiaiy wooden tubn 
Id lisd wilt ^Ive ft strength: uf I jn 1,U<.U 

The Aband.icd >o 1 uiiua can he euirrierl ftbon. 1 : j'd 
quart botLEcs placed in partittunetl lioxes' aim is 
ftlvrayA risi&dy for Use wlthuutiiuTthor vvejghiug or 
measuring-'* 

If the AO;uLion Is prepared with c-»ld wat^r tbo 
p^rcEiluriue oC murt? iry must be powdered and two 
p.:irts uf puto Sftlt iiu one part of peichioriue added. 
The whole should be well stirred until Lbo iiolida 
oumpletely < isolved. 

It is of ftdvantuge. for eownal reaenn'i, to add ODa 
half pur cjDt of crude Bydruchlonu uefd to the so- 
lUT^juu. 

Iron hoops of ail cft>k-(. tubji, a id buckets shonld bo 
clammered. If iron recepti^Jvs are used they should 
Lie da 111 iiiered inside and ouLside 

If metal pumps are em>/lu>o<l fur disti ibuitng the 
soLution, they sbuuiu previuus*tu use l>a w. rksd in 
vegetfthb^ oil* and after Uise Lhu roughly cl sailed in 
water* This will tend tu the cuiTo^ive liCti u 

ot mercury. 


THli WEATHHK. 

dBtiMHVATlONa TAKES AT 8 A ON XVKONliSUAY 
THK niTfi OF FKliRDAHV, l-ag, 

1 . The haroiaeti-l^ rewlliup] ore ^oti reeled to Coliet^t 
DluftUkirHl, re*lu<»l to thaflftmu and a.tBO io 

£]ia duik levul ftod ourtreiixi to the eoastunt aruvitv 
4 L.at, j5* 

%. 'i'bu 2n»l calamn under the head ^Wlno.* glvet tho 
uvuraH.e auiiiua qi tau air tn milca par tiear darinic the past 
21 hoori. and ifl ohtftiued hy rtivtemK the toliiJ numoar at 
miles of wihil ruKiiiieruii hy uu aijeiiiDmeier rturmti t|ie nte- 
vious 21 hutim by 2L 

The temiierAiureaMiveft th the teble ore o> the ilr In 
Lhd sbtkle or Id a scuah aLud w.th oi^n tfjduA aud ^ thuLuhed 
or Straw rwf. The muximum ijiiii.| miP^iaum 

tebiiperatiirti-i ore Uia Lii»<iieat uud luwcst teuipurtumres dunhui 
me 21 uouTd uraoeULug g ii_ m. 

I* Thtj ftmGiaiL.y (UI ^ivou oj: a DvreeiiLaii'a exfiiesalDa 
mi0» ftl Uio uoLeuil u.cduiu cT molsiuna m tiic i^ir lo me 
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SUMMARY* 

With the oxcaptiou of it hri>li riso at Ghadechi and 
ft ‘brii^k full at .Jjuiuhftbftii mid Lahore the b«(..m'ter 
ha-* bcoti steady ur hU’* cbang''id only ^JighLly over thu 
whole comitry* The dtstrlbuiion coiitluiiO'i to b» 
irrogulur. nud the baric gradienc* ojo moderatp to 
sEight. Winds ftfe very variable in dJrectJun* and tn* 
force 1ms been generally light. This morning tha wlo4 
velr>stey lA-as 14 milc^ an buur at Neemiicls, ami U at 
Bom bay.The mnxinmiii tomperftture is in large dcfvct 
uf Lhe nurinui at Jeyjjore and Oalhl* and the mmlnium 
in very larffo excels ut Nociuguli, Joyfni're. Kureoh!* 
Sir^a and Lahore. The hlghuM; timpcri^tuva 
fthude WAS US® fit Cudslapab* and thu luwa^t stt 

Ahme'lniigar. Humidity chaugas are un)mporl}ttht, 
und iihe i>kie» arn inure ur k‘»ft cloudy Jn the Punuab 
North-West Proviiici.-ii. the lladtaa Preaid ney and 
on the unlaliar Cownt. Light t'J moderHio .Hhowuia 
h^v^s fallen tot Lahore and Cochin, ami a fuw drups at 

Coimhntore, Ajmcre. Jcypure* Deihl an i Sir>a, Iho 

df'prcbBiJU outiced in ycaiorday 3 report ha^ agaift 
becjinojdetipor, annl Its cadtre H'-u * little lo tha wcwt 
or J-I*jbubftd The weacher u\ Sind, Unjputfttia an* 
tba Punjab l» iufluertijnl hy tliU disturb lfuq^ an l 
IjoiU ahowers are to be expected. Tho ubTUjrmal 
charE IndJoftt?!* that the weitttier *0 east-sote-h-eoftt- 
wanlsoC Xegapfttam or to Ibu cuiitwnriljj of CoLomk* 
iiitliQ B.-iy lsttqdall>% * ^.D I un^ttlati. 

*' ^ w. u. :siGKL josr^, 

MsiDorolDiPCAL ctenorier Lor '^Veucurn Irniift. 

[ DT TJ::i.Kli«AFlX, J 

SIMLA, Feb. U. 

Wedneadny : The barometfir hoi fallcu briskly t* 
rapidly over tho Pup.)ftb and tirltokiy over p*rtft of 
B«mgaL and Asstwo, while olsjvvtjere the changes 
have been Might* Tha depresalaa whf#h lay over 
north Bombay yesterday murning and wbinh then 
appeared to fill up bas Atne^ Ijegun move notth 
north-eastward and to devd'up the centr* this 
moroing is apparently close to MonlguiR'^ry where 
the b.iroimitec Diiu'kb U''25 inch below the oorwal. 
Preature remain* low over TcDJis.-icr[rii and Low*r 
Burma, whtJe over the Peninmutn* central parts of th* 
country and Ban gat the bAtuuu^ter la roLaLively high 
and very ouiforin. Tlie wiu^ls Bra cyclooic and 
strong ao'd equally over North-Wost Iciilla and fretob 
from nertrh m Buriiie, elsewhere the wIdJa an* 

variAhlf, The tciaperaturo haa changed rather 
irrcgul'irty. Tho li^at is greater than usaaL over 
Giijerni, Geiitrftl India, Siud and Rujputftna* but 
elnewliure the variations from the normal ar* no* 
veiy importfttit. gbowi^ra have btieo rucoJveil over 
tho wevt of tic NorthAVftNt Provinces* the Punjab* 
RA) pul'ana ttie N* ^V. JLlimaJayai aiiu at a few place* 
In Lht) LVninaula. The most fmpoitant Bmoonts are 
over QUO inch At Cherat, aft over half an Incli at 
Sialkote. KliUr-hab, DoraU Ivmafil Khan, Murre* and 
TinnevoUy* _ 

Doa^‘T Look Odd.—W ith advanclasyoftr* greyna^ 
Jncreitcft, St*p this with Lockysri* imlphur Hair 
Etedtorer which dorkons to thv forme^-olour anil 
p^w-orvea tba appCATJHioe.—Lockyei^ft JutoiiKh 

F-dr Renfcom^* 

BOMBAY horse SPOW. If there are suiB- 
ciODt eticrf&'s there wjl! ba widltiouftl spociftl prlxa 

for the best EDglish or CdoniaJ Ualk-way. Exhi¬ 
bitors can if they wish Iiuv^ Itheir exhthitH marked 
in the catalogue ns “ fur sale.** RxibJiiora are rr- 
utinded that enlrias closer dd Satunlay, the lOtk 
inst. Foams bo facilitate cutrtcsfiaay lie ob^ainod at 
tha offioe, Slrdai'.^ MnbsJ0B3t 


































































































THE BOMBAY GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1898. 


SPHCXAI. SHORT 
ABVBRTlSBjilENTS. 

Tb<t tor thmo AdTBrtbiattfflDiM U am rotlawi 

f TC«6(iliEii( 3 llcii^s, J;«. tt ttach flDOoec^diiAV Ud«. Aa. 8 
NO T»d» ALtfi^rUitom^TiiL# Are vAmRuid mtdoriMa 


T ewri.lrry manufacturers.— 

' MARUKS AND CO., tci raatiwffliv 

ure n ol^ or id II vcrr wnt ($ o f v d * ntkni or d eqttc n , BTld«A 
nmld'i B!W>cj>ii}ir or MftinjkB, Hirthd^r Olfti, liiniare, PIb, 
UnHe, Cupr, W(t lkr«« ttUeke. \ftnrBtJi. feu, 

All mnoitiriv^grfil ^iPidar Koroi^eaii >ia(»urpl4kn. KnfirAirloji; 
loiiarlotlortii tiirhoovrii'iki'. ve„ tit rcajHromvbto latea,— 

MaRCKI; uDi Co.. Ld., Jjombay wad Poonup. 

D own QUllVrS, fnnnUtv, for th<» Cold 

Aiuao. i»»u 1 A»r Tfrtv^llur*, fpoin M.—JOHN 

liOlfKliT^ eiid C>„ Ld,, BoMitHO-, 


n 


i''<yCLlNC OUTFITS.—Cap*. Stock- 

^ ' inn#, dhlrta, Uiinl«!ira, [^(ib-kor*. uud Gur>^cni 
ASQl' I l lI iU)d LAoll>, AfHillo Honiba;. 

\yL i^iiurr PitE>?r:uvi:," mdnufac- 

turL-d Lr THOMSON «ti i TAVU>U. from frceh 
So1oci>-cl Rnur. loviiluEkUlo for OiiirTbuiui, Ptr Jttr lt«> 1-4, 
3$, Ldpljiriiiiln Buii^bo)'. 

H ave YOIT neen ihe new ],ocal Cycliiij? 

prt^er, ISDl *,N CYClANO III<hVIKW I WrUe ttt 
VU^H an nor* i Vj., f*h«»rr h Oatf or VaTCHA 

llHOf,, CLr,fHurn, f<.r n nnd ion w|U tio pltmecd. 

W ANTKl>, by an < IM-E’ir»blifihed Man- 

ehmiif' Sti 1 uti I n lie (Uurtncr of whjnli le now Ln 

todiel M Br«i okiM IVrm la work the Coitan 

Plea^KoodeTfKdc, H'*rly Itj oinfldotiO*'tn drat iasiancc-vKlvlipi: 
luU pATUcuiurtt, to ''' A. 1:1/* fSkre uC Itli Olflikr, 

H YOKO-T-XrKAC rou WANTED/^econd- 

han'4>, ^lAt'HlNrc mg« 1 ki In tsood eondJUon, Ad- 
drtMfl wnl rri..ic MILLS, bronob. 


BOMBAY PLAGUE RELIEF FUND. 

AN APPEAL. 

rpHE most acute distress and want 

are now prtrsvaUlnj^ in the pity owing to tbe 
ravagea of the pl^uc. 

In ixuLKiy iRKtancx!^ all ttip bmul-wiTuieTs of famiKe»{ 
bikvu lieeD cut off luid ouLy helpless women and liULc 
ebndren T^mntQ, The eObcLiof tbe plague fn>ni tbi« 
punt of view art far im^re diHastrouLs Hima tiiotie of 
Lijjiine, 

A fund ha's ,'iccordingly Ijeeti opcntiil with a view to 
Hupplylug thoiie in want with money, food or clothing, 
a.f the caw; may l-na, and donation-'^ are earnisatly 
Jiolicitca 

(Jnntributiona may be forwardc^l to the Municij>al 
CkunmiiMioner, or Mr. LrbeLlahhai Uaridtus Bank of 
Boiubay, who haa kindly ooA'Wnted to Bwit as treafltiraT 
to the hind., the di 8 .tTibution of which will be auper- 
vLse^l by Brigade-Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel Woir and 
Mr. J. Lca^k^ in cynuultation with the Coinminaitiner. 

P. C, H, SNOW, 

Municipal Comiui^^Loner for tbe City oE Bombay.. 


COWiWiERGlAL INTELLIGENCE 


DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES. 


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TOWN HALL. 

TUE FOURTH OF TUE SKKIEB OF 

AFI'ERNOON concerts 

Under the managimiont of 

IL E, LADY SANDHURST. 
TUESDAY, S2sd FEbRUAKY IS^S, 

0O,\lMENCING AT fr-30 iMl, 

He nerved ileatii Ita- 2 

liarewvrvQd . -* 1 
kLAN AT a4JUNDY AND CO. 


liihp'U' * u HA'rUfiDA Y l?th ri^tnuir J% mar bo aeon at 
HAJA r^KKN DAVAL ctud Art t'botOKTapbla i^aJua, 

Horn hr Hoad. 

New Improved Patent Hi ant ARIS- 
1 TON, whh Iron a^lM and Lfi|A« whueh, lA'ith ti 'Tn/'oa 
find c«<i« fHomiJlutc, 1(4, mu,—KNACJ^-tt and Co., Fort, 
BaiobHr, 

r:fR.NMUNB AMRIHICAN SMOWRLAKR 

- T <IH.. K(l=, ,oH 1., STANO.fRD Oil. Co,, ol M.i, 
Vtirk,atilMur fOdnwna, nt and t>r Kcmi? 

nnd D i*. MoMira, inkiUiim nnU Cn, M-, ikod M^wr*. 

< Tin^iablmi HIril.iii ns. At-u, ner c-ji^d .t-* lloaibay, aud by 
Mr, J. C, Jihtn. HA &• 1 - 0 , ner oaaK, at 

J^UPY HOTEL. MATHERAN, id a very 

^ ' f'uui'ur^nbln nnd [nuhl pionfanUy and cuntriiillr ifUiiat" 
i< *, KuruuriAn M>it<-| aik iLf- ttdi. It eunUtUi'i aevniml detuched 

> dutiable fn>r Families, Af1 llnFfm Oiiinfortn 
\ ii1««il. Kiiui'-it ck'nri'r liriifht. Airy enct CmnTficidiiiiia. 
MiKlerste. MiLihuran hu4 bceit eatlFcly fieo Trairi Plji$pie. 


J_> IRON HOTEL,— MAHABLRSHWAH, 

' •' MiMt Cnntl'nily atMistiwt and On the HfsalthMMt loesUty 
pf ttin lint, Aw«r rrom 1‘fi^lln and Ni^tivo huo*, 

Roma** Lritfbt nivl nleon. Ciilelnfl KnoalMnt. Tariff fuodonite, 
VivUor* will da wed io atx'lv ta tbo JtlRON nefure jiiakLa;t 
final nrruniteriiuntA eftewtinre. 

T 0,\A UL1. — BUNOA LOW Tcr LfcT. Ki^ht 

ItiKi'na, iJiipor HttiTDsr, eKtannivo Kroiinda. Per parU- 
Cl dan apply " L,'* ciiru of Muuaffer, *' Hoajbuy Gazetui'* 


/'*L I f-’TO N, PIHSTOt,.—A FUR.NMSHEl) 

> J TO I Itr, ,t CUItoo. rram tlia enrt or April, 

far hIk uf twnt"o nianlhti, Kufneat a wenir, Full p^rttL 

ciiliii^ dinu iih.itP at THOM A3 COUK imd au.S'iJ 

tlt^KICk, Jioiuhar, 

M RBSilS. OLIVKJt 1 % CO.—The orieinal 

iio<l only Hirm thnt HDUDIaIKS thofornfhly ancient 
mill radsbLn [|li.(h rriuM KSTIC .sKHVA NTS, pHmnize>1 

IfV of tho fv* waU im tho tjAadtoft rHiibii 

ngd DnfclH, citfeut STKF KN AUKH nm) C No. A Chcirab 
i^dmSirqoi;, fort, IfotJ, iLn, £, vitati nurvant- 

D eaths from cholera:—M unicipality 

of B,>riit>ay, :^iio<iriTit4fni1<5fi1. Wator Works, ClUnch^ 
rrttJI, 2MJh (Hi't. AT. Memo, No, 17,11-lS aof iJJJirrMj :-Mafiy 
of warktiicn n^IrlUiiT Imho Afiinb:l[iai CbawJ at Cbilnch- 
nokU w ere 4itaek nd hJ Hitd tlie V havo been t^AVKlJ 

tiy llbUJivirAUB and Co.** ‘'fiHilLlCH Ala“ There wee not a 
iTUW of fiiJJare, I tvlnli H Hhotikl have wtUI mont vride^ 
nlr'oratiao, * . - ■ , Aa fur HutlLwnlla'ji ,\ifue Mlxturo 
t.>r mu* no more Ti:i4tUooniii.i4 ere reti\iked whoa they am 
iiHel with Bii'.^Mfl foe the :^(.'iil of ibn Honiuav .\1iin|oip*iiiy 
** Bombay Gaxnctr/'‘'TbmMi of In bn'■*'Ad VO ante of ladla* 
fifCH An, i^HjIct ti^v ChMriilatn nal at Rm. i per 

MottJfU. or «>tyic by Ur. B iill wolbi, Wotll, EMdar, ]iomt:4y. 
IRiKOaat ici tima I'rarlL*, 


S CIilEIJU \.YER AND S O E H N t 
TUTTGART 

Are the only PIANOFORTES of 
that name, which have a WORLD¬ 
WIDE REPUTATION. 

The best Piano for the Climate of 
India. 

Have bean in use in India over 
60 years. 

BOLE agents in BOMBAY:— 

MARCKS AND CO.. LIMITED. 


D R. F. B. S E E ii V A 1 


SURGEON DENTIST. 


No. a. H O R N It Y R O W. 

Opposite the borubat General Pont Olfttc, 


\\ 


r 


lilXIM RN’P, —All hi Fallible Uomeriy 

M for tho onro nr .'Vlaairnp ^Tal-aboj and of her Sklu 

JB«ca4irf la Homnn, rio^^iLCid Unttlc, THOMSON 8t: T.YYLOR, 
l**tr Iktttlo, He, iHi. 


'I'jih l;vmA.^ IIAII.WAI GUIDE.—All 

" lufllMiafi^ble Hodk for 'li'aveLo**^ Lit India Aod tbe 
Ka*t, cjnrrbi.JPH line If[iOClAi Tibia umt iriirn T^blit^af nil Lh ? 
IciHjan H4,uwi*y i am^MaJcn, ttiu Hframai' HQitieu iq tuiilif, and 
the Ka'^ero Bjid eiUi'v umtm inlDTfnetiun.. I^ub 

^ AimiA*, ('eli>an'<d Mnp of India revioM ftoin iinValK] 
4 To 107 Lhd ei tiLtr naaette" Onea, and 

af ull irri>Lcw:iiu^ri'Hill] Tiallw«tj 'lerrhtetie> 


W E employ liritish labour, give you 
rcliablo ICnicLl*U urtlole 'jf *H|M7rli.7r wi]rkn!u«n*hin, 
diin^bJlhy and n^rcnafL, ivilti inatrunrlerie frtsu t*i your own 
Id-H-’C, Apply fur M|NUliiC'.-( SKWING M ACHIN*HJ, iL Ohumh 
iLdo .-^re^t, UjiaLaj. I luadrgd other Otlloud of (tie Ouiiipatiy 
Iff Iq-IIm* 


IIJIORMS uf POWER OF ATTORNEY, 

■ .Vaativ prliuml. prliTU 1 AnoA^. Can be hod at thu 
** llomliAy tjJuSKSit*^ ■■ i.BHco. 

f! >1 A Xo itmf 81NGl.\(i 'I'AnGHT by a L«fiy 

iraltimi andor wnJl~knawn ttntiuara—hoe had muah 
r’lncTlunfm in vok^o t rodiuailou, Appi/ - aIUlA,*' caro of 
Al' I tOiM* »4rid I'u. 

( \ VEltI AND SUM.MARY. puhliahed Week- 

' * l.v on the iJOLitriurn of KnfrIiNh .MhU, '2>t iioirea of ilio 

Hull MpjTJ tindicul hIxi?, (TtioUkiniiitc all thn krdm niHEiun nf rha 
[irv^viamt ntiuk* carufuily iii miiK'uj, Army I.JcrU-rj, Aid, I]|iJ(t4a 
i>ij< -'jripUofi, Kw, VI par yi'ar, Freo of l^outmtc, itiiKlbih 
ijiibT:i.'riptl>on, Rn, itcr ycur, ineliKiiuff 1'a4iaH<E». 


inriX^IHNSGN mol Go., East la-lia 

' ^ MrcuhaniHuiiii Ai('ht*. iindiift ike all Atp*naj Itiisl- 
ti- si, Trikti4^>Ciir riiM k|diii|{H, Uh krhikc Crga-, L.bndou, 

Oo.Mn.W (iAZl.'I’t’/': Bi.Weeliiy Edition.— 
-1 ^ Ij^uii:! ofi 1 li>infffT.r4y and Hiirttnlay, uLvImii nil tbc Ncwm 
and r> ii'io'uiiia up to ilrilu, 3>ilbtfrtplioa la-r Aminii], Ua. 12 i 
lluLF-faiiriy, Ht, s: ir'urly Ha, ^ ; to .Subacrltietti lu Bom¬ 

bay. Iti, 12 La ihii ,dt ifuiAu]. ri'4ib«Ko extra. 


37, 


A T C H E S 

FINE ENGLISH WATCHES 
from the welLknown 
JUNES’8 Ma\NUFACTORY 

C K £: A P 

FULLY, JEWELLED, 

WELL^FINISHED, 

AND 

WELL-FITTED, GENUINE, 
INSPECTION INVITED. 

PARSER BAZAAR, FORT* BOMBAY, 


WEDNESDAY EVENING. Fed, Id. 
decllaad 1-8 per c6n.U iu Londijn y&iterdoy, 
being quoted at 112 IG-lti \ l^VeOLth Keutej 1-4 per 
cent, to 103 l-^ ; and Psirist Eschange on Londcui 1-2 
c:ehtiuiiEi;, to 25 2r> fta. Indian Sterlinil Loan wiaa un- 
ulmnged at 110 i-2* lui ai*o were Rujiee Securities at 
£63 f>-8. Car Silver wa8 1-fifL lower, at 25 I'i-ltkJ, |ier 
f«., and in New York it wjia I HrL lens at ,V4 1-4 cent 
per crtt., with deiuanil Exchange on London 1-4 oeni 
lower at 4*85 L4 dolltUH. 

Yellow Guifiernt Kajieseed was quoted at 38 L4sj, 
per 410 U«., April-May Hhipment, to Havre, Antwerp 
and DunkiVkj ^Llei^ii, via the Cauab market quiet ; 
Yellow Cawnpore lt;qic:ieed at 35 3-4s. per 410 Iba. 
aame diipuieut^ to the aame portK, t:ellerR via the Canal, 
in u quiet market ; Brown ICape^ecd at 34 l-fk. 
per 416 Iba, April-May shi pment, to Antwerp, 
hiisinesK done via the Canikl, tone of the mjirket quiet ; 
Linseed at 3thj, per 410 01 , 4 ., Kebrnary-^lLtruh ship¬ 
ment, to Hamhurg, buijiTiet^ done via the Caiialj^ 
market steady. The toUil r|namiiy of Wheat afloat 
for the United Kingdom on l^iday last was S/> 0 k>,tXX> 
r[Uarbers, 

In Llver|iooL the lA>tt<>n market closed i pi let, Surats 
dullf Arrival^ sUuuiy. The day’s S;dea were 6 ,iXXJ 
brdnSj and the Iin|xirtJi 41,</Vj baies. Spit Mid- 
Americans were quoted at 3 ll-32d. per lb. ; AiiiericaQ 
ArrivaL ileclincd 1-32 to 3-04d.^ extreme qiiotationii 
bein;' 3 17-(j4<L for February, and 3 in-G4<l for June- 
July deliveries. The Mancheatcr im^rket closed iiteady. 

l^ady >lid,'UplandH remained in New York at 
f> 1-4 etintis fjer lb.. May Futures at O W cants and 
Au^iat at trio cent* per lb. The Tieceipit* at the U, S. 
Ports were 33,0iX> bales ; and iho follow com- 
pai'i-Hon i-H now shown betw'ccn thU seoiion'ji arrivaia 
liind thoiier iu i8li>7 and 1896 ;— 

19118, 

Tueailay'y Baeotptit...,,. U'lU '0 1 ’.OUD VP ,000 

Three daydo. J*,,.., l(JU.0U. ( 45,1X10 < 

Sloeelat Sept . V.^thUOO 5,707,tXXi 4 , 204 .iJOO 

Lucaliy the Cotton market has Ijecti quiet to-day, 
with a nmail business passiii^, and prices unchunited. 
Ex]>Qrteni Ijou^lit fkKJ balc.'i, untl thc; Milhi 3i/J balcsf ■ 
total, ilfX) bales. 

The lifceipLf of Prtaluco into Bfjmbay yt*stc;rday 
were iLs foliow« :— 

CatcoQ . 

Wheat... 

UasGcd ..... --- 

Hatjeastid .....-- 

Gln^llyaeeii .. 

CoHtoruoed... 

Itite .. . 

ExciiANGic o|iencd liteody in Lone at 1 *l 3 7-8cL fur 
Bank Tclcj^rapbic and Uemaad, and Is* 4 1 -HJkI. for 
three months’ Credits. Tht? businesn pa^sinj^ cither 

Way wiiM on a very limited iicsdc*, and ilie market cloiiBxl 
.steady as follow^H 

Blink iiUls on Demand. 

Do. Xola^raphie .. 

Do. 3 [uunths' al^bt ... 

Gredite 3 do. 

Fraiie!^ 3 do. 

CviVEBN.WKNT pAi'Kit,—'Quotatioii-> ure j^lveii at 97 3-4 
for Money, ffir 3 1-2 i;sfr Cents, and DT 1^ Ibr Aceoiint, 
with H 8 for Tlirec-s, in a quiet inarkeL. 

SiiAivEfj contimie clulL Mariuckjej Petit are lls. HJ' 
hi;,^licr, and CJueea and China Ks. 2l> eaeh. 


tTUwOiiaaaK »oa iroTivviMa a DOtaEUrio ooouhuchcb 

[H TWO UtIPCCa, TEIK aNKOUNOEMaHT VUBT BE 
4QTrttlfTtCATKD.l 

B O M H A Y. 

UKATWh. 

N A It r M A N—Fo bruary le, a t <Jhfl w p i tl ■ Hof muiuoev tbo only 
aoa of Byramjeo liarojwhith Varima*'. Maaaf;Ina Clerk, lo 
^li^RHrw. fjiitlG iirid Co.. Hn4 oiri'ihi cif pe^lonjau Darsnlutb 
Nariinav, Funeral at 7 o'qkick, this inoruiok. lleeply regrreiuj, 
by roJatives and fnand^. 

V A It L A* 
lunitiAUk. 

VAZ—'^I?QUl rA—February H, uC Pada, Vtne nC Vni?, 
of the PutaUc Works DuhL, the eon uf tK^ji lato J. .A. 

to Mary, the only daUtEhicr Lif Mre. lta«u Isa bulla 
Mijf^uUa 

OTHKH PHEalDll.N(:TlEJ. 

aiitTH. 

VYHlTKLRfltrtC—I'ltbrijnrv 7* lU- Tfawnlplndi, the wi/o of 
<:> WJjHulcsKe, N'W Hiiilway, af a daughter* 

MAliRIAUk. 

THORNTON—COFtDN Eh ^ January 23, at £1 Fcttr'a Cburcb 
KaiiLb Kun'^lti^tocL, by tba Hav J Tiiomtori, M f^etirau 
Les'onk 'ehorntin, B A Caiiib, M It C niiil L II C P* win 
of tho liiiv J I'liornton* -^I A. Vicar nt fc-ivejl, laurrcy, to 
IjCDl, only fiankhtcr of It A Cordner, mf Alexandra 
ftoiiu* Uptier Norwood. 

DK.kVlIS* 

HAMMONO^Fobruary B* Ht Nownb^ra Uciee flo^piUil. of a 
wound raJ'etVffd In ncMun In tho Kiiybcr Pa^s on ift 
January lUkj, LleOtunanx 11 1.) lIuiim.iO[id, uLduet isoa cf Col 
H A Huniinnnd, .Itadrae Corpa 
LiANK-HY AN—B'ubruary 7, at Duarn l>u'«* N-W p, WaUur 
Janies LonCrRyuti. Buriiia Foruet l^ervlcc. 


NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS* 


ember 28, 1395* Lord George Hamilton could 
not have referred to that road when be told 
the House of Cominonis aever^l month.H Uter 
that //IS Governmeut had m^da a road from 
Peshawar to Uhitral. 

This empty coiitroTeray in very tlre^iome* It 


paaied by bail in some places It would hava 
been au utimixed blessing* Markets are fullw 
supplied, and though prices still keep steady 
they will doubtless decline within the next few 
we^ks. The Punjab received far less raiu thau 
it desired, aud though irrigated crops are ia 


is of interest only in so far a a it augge.sts the generally good condition thoae in unirrigated 


etrong probability that theae frontier problem'! 
are black or white according to the point of view, 
or perhaps it would he more accurate to say, 
according to the passing coiivenieuce, of tbe 
diap'iljints* When the frontier policy seems to 
have a gkum of auccesa, those iu ol^ce pose a^i 
tbe ctganiter'! of victory* AVheu thiiij^s go 
wrong they lay the blame on the other people* 
■J he oiita serve the ins in tlio samy way, 
The declaration in tlie despatch of January 


districts are pittiog. Locusts have been trouble- 
i?ome iti the same oiatricts, whilst caterpillar® 
have injured tbe rapeseed crop. Insects bavo 
also been destructive in tbo Ceutral Provinces 
which, added to the want of rain, Lave left 
crop"! in au unsatisfactory condition* Burma 
has nothing to complain of, and in A^sam tbe 
outlook i!? fairly bright, whilst iu Central India 
the Cijudition of the standing crops is good, 
in fact pro?i^ecta generally in that jiun of the 


28, that there inu^t be no interference with country are satisfactory. There are sidJ 13,198 
the tribal system by the Govern[ueut persons on relief iu India—ao increiiiie of 773 
□ f India is eminently satii^factotv* but ' on the week. 


the practicui value of such a rule poiicy ' _ . . j 

liea iu the application of it. T'he qualification Tbk battbship Vietutious, aground in the 
that iiiterferetice shall only be permitted when L’anai, ie a sister ship of il. M* IS. Majes- 

*"epseniial to the fulfilment of our obligations '' tic, and therefore one of the moat formidable 
opens the door wide to any amount of fatal vessels of the Btitieh navy* She has a die piece- 
lutermeddhug. The “ obligattoua ” in questiuii , njcut of 15,000 touw, aud carries armour of 
have come tu tueau in this connection the Harveyed steel nine inches thick and j^ixteeu 
tce=!^ary to tbe fultiliuent of tbe feet deep for 22D feet amidshine. Her arumut 


All CQmmuQioations inifriidxJ fjr puhliuatiou 
ia our colamaii, ahould hti !iLld^t±^^sGd to tliu Editor and 
not to any iadividuiil muiiib«r uf ihv maIC 


8.111 

iv.^-tS 

ti.75d 

2,14*t 

2,7uy 


U. 3 7-8i. 
lb* 3 7-'ii- 
1^. 3 

K 4 1-lijil. 
I ca 


CWlA. 


pur ruptiu* 


(tilC ^Ombhll CliUCltC 


THURSDAY, FEJiltU.^RY 17, la<>3. 


KLXG, KING Oi:: Go, 

BOM DAY. 

KING, H A MIL 10 N it Co*, 

CALCUTTA* 

C '^U R KENT ACCOUNTS oponod frae of cbarete 
y for Coruiold^lon, and JnteroHt at 2 pet uert* per 
annum ereditatl on 30tb Juno and SLit Dooombvr, 
when tho NiJaLmum balance does aoi fall below 
R*** 500 Carrerioy Nouis of all Clrcloa and Dismand 
UiindleH payable in Bombay received without 
ehari^R. 

FIXED DEPOSITS received, eubjecti toalx and 
twelve moDthe^^ notice of withdrawal at ratoif which 
oan be e-^eertrd udl on nppNcatton. 

110 *M£ UK*\I^^^A^^C^■: accounts opened and 

[ntt^roMl at 3 imt cent, per annuLO ahoweil upon 
ilepOHit..'i of lia* 5(XI and upward^ 

UK.MITrANCDS TO Til 13 UNITED KING DO .M* 
Dooiticd and TeLeuraphic, ruaile at the current rato 4 
of i'lJtcliatigjc, pfciid iidt[rea' 4 e 4 in connect Lon with the 
I ill ter registered Fraa of Charrfo through MeS£>ra. 
HE.VB Y a KING & GO., t35* Cornlilll, LoSdon* 


IRK UTER'S TKI.Kr. RAilS.) 


HEmiY 


LONDON: 

S- KING 


& CO, 


COMMEHCiAL AND PiNANClAl. NEW.S* 

EON DON, Fhh. 15. 

Tbo Liverpool Col Lou Clarke t eluded qulat. Suratii 
dull. 

Good B how n UKltu r . 2 23-32, 

Tha Manchc^iter Mi^ibcat ha:* been at a ad y,^ 

2'i percent* ConhuLj=i .. 112 15-1'J 

3 per cent* Rentori ... lU-i^ 

pec con I*. Sterliii ' ‘jiau ..*..*. 

34 prr-enu. KupeO Pa[>er -**♦♦*-♦. ^'3 5-8 
lihr Sliver ..... 2.5 WdU 

steamer ”^iOVE*M RSTS. 

LO*SLION, FtiU. 15. 

Thrt Clan Lino HQiiumr Clau Cainereu arrived 
hero thiy alt^rnuoti. 

KURR\.G£II* Feu. 15. 

The Aijxttian Idoyir^j jsioaiacr Fottiidon fiuiled (or 

olilw arue tiiijv*** 

SING 4POKE, Flu. Id. 

The P. and O-Co.*a titeamcr SocMra arrived hero 
this fuorning. 

Tijo P* ami O* S, N. Co.'s lateaiiiar Hydaupe-'i lelt 
here tbi^ attcmoon. 

COLOMBO, Fim. IlI* 

Mail steamer OrltannEa fmtn AuittraMa arrived. 


SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. 


JVOiV HEADY, 


A UUOU.V'I'ANCY KXAMIA'ATKIN gf tfie 

* Ixodon iUv*U 8urvidij airul Uitlvumlty CaLli'f^o. Ofllue 

ne ' i'(>Uo*'^atn *i»i?(jiiU]y pn.'uEU't.'d fur riiiu, Piitw- 
la; k'UM-raftltJdl. I'.^ure{iuun Supurvi«ore, Apply li> •* II. H*/, 
«re uf ilih* paper. 

J .VVS <ti' t'HK JiAW.—Bi^iug a Selectiou 

• i Cf 4.iKAkilMl.l CAHItid frem the HU MU AY HliiH 
I'f >i.'liJ' Rii. 1 ''i.ut i>l 1 1 rune, *a V hUtHK, after the tiioimer of 
r>*r*e i^utfierjrreiat rur>t:^. uy W, K, 11* PRKJlL He* l-tf. Peetaife 
Tu ^H!i ruiii iiihoe. 

O K\7.f !■:B UAN.I K I-I ft Co., Chucfcla No. 6, 

Flr«t tJlan* Fitridture for Sale or llLre* iaapeoUoD 
rMi^c'ffulu Irivlted- 


TWENl'Y-TlIIliD EDITION, 

MACLEAN’S 
GUIDE TO B03JJ3AY 

AND 

BOMBAY DIREOTOKY 

for 


Tun ^ a Alboio 849 t jus. Captain W Ritcihie, will 
soi 1 tiLj*d ay for ^3 i oro, poiA', w i t Ij a j'e n c ral ca Vi^o. 

The s s Lelttiuj 2*.S15 cou'<* Cjimufind^r ft T 
Moglcstine, wLIL ^all to-day for Calcutta in li\llaat. 

Tue ae Dean, 1153 t jn:*, Oaptaiti J HaiutRon. vvtit 
aall tJ-day tor Feuanj,c* and Siu>cii]>:u'e, with a 
general carjCo. 

TiiS P and O Qo^u a d Peshawar, Captain 

F W Vibeetr bailed yebterday lot lloaiJikoujj:* «Uh a 
general cai^o* 

Tiiu Florio-Ruhattloo S N Cu's Donuila, 1,41I1^J' 
tonii. Captain F NpKira, urrlvis'l In harbjUr yesterday 
from HongkonK January, with a p;iuerftl carg:3 
, and M L Bethnabu oa a p- 4 ^'»no,;j;r. 

Thk h s Fovle, 1,373 toii'i* OanbaiJi W Peart* arrived 
iQ harbour Yobter<lnV fro in B a to urn 27th Jaaiiary, 
wjUiaCiirgo of 77,054 cos-js of Kerobiue Oh, The 
Vesael eonaij^aod to Mr A ^loatuchulT. 

The B IS N Co'a a v Fetul^ii, toufi. Captain G 
A Shepherd, will ftail tU'duy for Ihe Peralan Gulf 
via Kurauhi, with si general car^jo fin i the fo|lowln.g 
passengar»:—Mr und Mr^ W H Wooldridge, Mr 
Abdool BaHsaiu, Mr Ahi BiL'^aain, Air Mahoniod 
Uj^Aia, Mr M C P Wabb, Mr Mishanbin Buder* 
Mr Ebruhimbtn Moorh, Mr Alh bln JeLar, ilc Zaid 
bln Mahomed, Mr Ahmed bin Abdoola, Mr Atidhola 
bin Aliibom^d and B5 deuk. 


1898. 


XyilA- FUUMS Cif DH'’l‘'EltKNT KINDS. 

^ ^ Hrlcfl I! Aauai, Can be hml at Uio '' Hombiiy 

t* luoUe ^ i irilec* 


V^lSniNQ CARDS, DIES, CRESTS, 

* MonoHTmuBj jfeo., ^c,, tu eWeunt atylv loid at the 
simrtn^t nolleu* hiciirr ivLqic* Uepner-piHbn Print(nif an t 

b.lhoiiiniphiniterilfm.FerrutHti. apply sbPKRlNTKNSJiENT, 
IknuOiLjr ijitioita'* ijtenju PriMti, 


CONTAMINATIONS 


I 


nr tho Blood, whethor tbo after-elloct of Cbntairlqus 
Di>Gnsa, boredltttiy taint, or roui matter of dc- 
ar^Ptlon* mo pooluVOly carried out of the HyHCem by 
takiEUC CLAKKE^e World-famed Blood Mixturr * 
tlie «n?nt Biijqd PuriUer and Kattomr* For cleanJilnn i i tig those 
aud clotuing the Uloud from all Impurttiea A eanzi^ th(^ vFar 
be tub highty tuonminoaded* For Sorefuia, Scurvysh * v * 
Ecfemii, ^kin and. Blood f>i^*aaaes, and Son 3 fjaf nfi 
Idmhv >. Is u nQver-fa/llni< end pariuanent Cure. It le 
the omy t^Ai tipecidc for Gout ami Uh^umatJe Palna. 
for it reiuovvit tho rauso " fmui the bluoii and banoti^ I 
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oontiiitieH to be dropped roEOhirly at ] p*ni* et Colabu muaij 
time* or fih* Sm* 44'';H> of Greenwich nieuntime* 


Thk dlscusalqu on the fronliec policy of the 
Government evoked by u motion introduced 
by Sir Wilfrid Lsw^sou dLapproving of the 
permauenG uccupadou of Cliitral uurl the 
maintenance of a tmiitury road througii the 
tribal territory, gave Lord George Hamilton an 
npfjortuiiity of repeaiiug in Fuiiiament the 
deforce of that policy whioii he has recently 
made to vanouii audiences in tne country. Tlie 
defence is really a retort that the LiberaU have 
done everythiug tliat the present Government 
have been denounced fur doing. Utir frontier 
policy, bis loidsbip maintains, Ijas for it-} bakii 
four documenm-^the Uussu-Af^/hau delimita¬ 
tion Treaty, the guarantee to the Amir 
of tbe integrity of Afghan territory, ^tha 
Dnnmd Treaty, and tbe Anglo*Ii.u3sian Pamir 
Treaty—all of which were the work of the 
Liberal Government* Lotii George on January 
'Jfi, ascribed to the Lilj;raU the making of the 
road from Peshawar tj OliUrjil which they 
charged against the present Government as 
tbe couaummatiou of gross blundering : ** Mr* 
Asquith ^ays that the colminating blunder 
of the so-called forward policy was the cou- 
Btruction froai Peshawar to GUitral of a road 
200 miles Jong* . . . The liailical pH^pers 

have for the last two years assumed that 1 
am responsible for the coustruction of the 
road from Peshawar to Chitrul. 1 liava kept 
silent ; 1 like my opponents to commit them- 
seives. (A langh.j The road sva.s not made 
by mCf but by the late Govermneat, and 
it was ill existence before we came into ofiice.'^ 

Tbe taunt would have* been erteotive if the 
speaker bad really kept silent ^ but he 
nearly a year before claimed the bonoar of 
having rniide the road for himself and the 
Government of which he Is a di^itihgni&hed ] Ju 
member, ** dhe (iovernmeut baa succeeded in \ 
making an excellent road from Peahawar to 
Gbitrcil ; and the tribes tlirough whose territory 
it baa iiaBi^ed have, of their own accord, under* 
taken to protect it* The result is that coLomcrce 
has largely increased. * . , The result of 

our occupatiou has been pre-eminently satis¬ 
factory* . * , Tbe road has daily been im¬ 

proved, and it has bijen watched and guarded 
by local levies, who are paid/’ 

**I like my opponents to commit themselves'* 
la a natural sentiment which even the most 
virtuous man may avow'. But it is awkward 
when in saying so he cUaiiy commits him¬ 
self. Had Lord George been charged iu 
February ISl^G with arrogating for his own 
Goverument the credit due to their prede¬ 
cessors, he would undoubtedly have vindi¬ 
cated Ilia claim by quoting the taJegram of his 
immediate predecessor. Sir Henry Fowler, to 
the Viceroy, on June I3th, directing that Chit- 
ral should not be retained uud that no roa 1 
should be made from FcaLawar to Chitral* Trie 
telegram forbidding the making of the road waa 
clear and emphatic ; *' They (Her Majesty's 
Government) have decided that no militiry 
force or European ageut shall be kept at Cnit- 
ral, that Ohttral shall not be fortified, and that 
no road shall be made between Peshawar and 
Chiti'aJ* It will follow that all poaitiuus be¬ 
yond our frontier, now held in coni^eqneuce of 
the reesut relief operations, snould be evacu¬ 
ated aH speedily as circumstances allow/^ Lord 


measures nece 
guarantee given to the Aimr that we will 
protect him from foreign aggression* It is very 
much open to doubt whether Abdul Uulimnu 
considers the reesnt operations on t' e North- 
West Frontier calculated to keep Ku.s-'ia from 
troubling his peace* They probably seem to him 
to act as examples to be foliow'ed and a hiroiig 
inoeiiiive to a forward policy on the other Mde, 
Lonl George Hamiltoi/s mysterious intimation 
that we hiiva recently parsed tbrough a much 
graver crisis in tho^e regions than the House 
of i'oiumous IB awure is quite compatible 
witli such a inL'giving* Mr* Gurzou hints at 
something of the sort when, disclaimiiig any 
de.'iire to ca^^t double ou the good faith of 
Itnssia, he tells tlie listening world that 
tlie Fuwer in question might find ciicnm* 
stances too stroug for her if a gap existed 
on our frontier, Circumatauces miglit not 
prove the IciS etroug for Russian lein- 
torinl opportunism if instead of a gap she 
eeea *iOO,OUU tribasmen apprehensive for 
their indepeiidence, and leseniful at whac 
must feem to them au inex^.licable departure 
from our traditional polic)^. Our true frontier 
Uolicy ia to get these hardy mountain:era 
to see iliJit their independence is as dear to 
US as our frontiers, and that we are resolved 
to defend both against aggression* 


deep for 220 feet amidships 
weighs 2,300 tons, in a great citadel 300 feet 
long two barbettes at either end c-ach carry 
two forty-six ton gums, protected by fourteen- 
inch armour. Her Icugth is 3^0 feet. 3ucb a 
huge ui&hS of iron and steel carrying a hugo 
ikimamcnt^ having between four or five tboa> 
sand pounds of shell and eighteen hundred tons 
of coliL in the butikers, mnet be in great need 
of the a>j!-istance of the Revenge and tbe Venue* 
8eijl from Malta for the purpose, to get out of 
the serious predicament iu which the grounding 
in tiie Ganal has placed the Victorious* 


We publmhed yesterday a letter from our 
correspondent in the Gulf legarding the eeiruie 
of tho steamship Balnchisian wiEb her 
cargo of arms and amutunition. How the 
conduct of an illicit trade Id arms at Gulf 
ports came to be winked at we have 
already explained. 'I'ha unfortunate feature 
of the whole incident is that uouce of 
the lutentiou to enforce the law was not given 
to tradCTs who were ignorant of its very exist¬ 
ence. The immediate result hns been to para* 
lyse the buiiuBts of three or four large mami- 
facturers m Birmingham ami of the London 
mercluiiitg who exported their manufactures* 
According to a London daily which took the 
trouble to investigate the matter, there has 
b :eu an exteusive Unde iu guns and nmmu* 
iiition between Birmingbam and the Gulf for 
many years* Gne gun-iuaket assured an in¬ 
terviewer that during tlie past three years, at 
the order of a London merchant, be has sent a 
I iiondrcd rifitss a weuk* with a ton of ammuiii- I 
. I lion to each hundred weapons, Tho caBce of I 
rides and ammuniiiuu have been sent alter- I 
naiely from London, Manchester, and UardiiF. 
Why this should be so is not explained, aod is I 

M I ^ /> J . - the one suspicious element iu the exTiocters’ I 

ihe Goverumeut has succeeded m i ^ ^ ^ - , v j 

• case* l iie A ersiau authorities certainly did f 

not iuterpoHB until the English Guveruineiit 
Biirred in the matter. The firm in question has 
supplied over HTOUU ndes, and was preparing 
to tarn out 2,00o weapona a month for the 
same customer, lu regard to the assertion 
that there was no secrecy as to the inovomeutB 
of the BalnchUtan.it cm scarcely be accepted, 
for the circumstances atiendiug bar last voyage, 
even from the time she was detained 
iu the London docks, were not free of 
BUBpeciou, We are told by our London 
contemporary that last year Messrs, ^trick 
and Co,, the owners of the Baluchistan, 
ma le a direct appeal to the Government for 
the protection of the company s steamers, 
j aod maintained that if tbe Government de- 
I clare t the trade illegal they would make such 
au an 110 II nee meat to &11 consiguors, and refu;e 
' to convey to the Gulf guns or powder. ISiicId 
' they maintain, tbe intentiou with tlie Balu¬ 
chistan* iSome time ago there was a report 
that arms had been seii^ed at Bushlre, in the 
Persian Gulf, and timn the owuera instructad 
the captE4ins in their service to communicate 
with tne Bdtisb Resident at BushRe the 
nature of all Buch consignments, and ascer^ 
tain before lauding if such consigumeuts were 
iu accordance with law* Uf course they were 
supposed to know tbe law, thougb they may 
have bean as fully ignorant as they are re¬ 
presented. But the luterviL-wer wLo.'*e remarks 


Mu. Cou-jE^is, Superintendent of the Archo;- 
ological Survey of Westeru India, has juat 
issued his progiess report for the past official 
year. It is an iuBtructive document* though 
au ui!8att»fact(jry one. Mr* Coosens and bia 
assistants, during the ^^easou reported upon, 
made forty*two iheeU of drawings^ took tifty- 
four pliut'.graphs, .and made Lmpref:jiciiS of fifty- 
one inscription?. But not one of these is 
emhodied iu the report* So it is not 
clear who will benefit by all tbe artistic 
labour which tlie taking of thoee photographs 
mil the making of those drawings involved* 
Mr. UoLisena' reports are always plea'eant read¬ 
ing* Hib touch is fio light that he can uproot 
tlie foundatiuiiS of a whole city without 
covering his readers with duirt. But if he were 
to give U8 pencil sketches of the places he paints 
with his pen the value ol his reports would be 
greatly enhanced. However, presume is 
Mr* (jou-ens* miefurtune, not his fault* A 
Government with many claims on its purse 
caiiuut eaifily begot to dmi the necessary funds, 
and the contingent allowance of the Arcbic- 
(dogical Survey is the veriest trffie* 


}tlu, S>rovv, t!ie Municipal C'otiiniis&ionerj has 
made a timely appeal on behalf of tbe un¬ 
happily large number of helpless and 

little chiltiriju wbo have been bereft of husbands 
aud fiitlicrs by the cruel ravages of plague in 
thi;> city. It b but too true that in this respect 
plague ia mote di^a^trons than famine The 
active co'operatioQ of the chaniaole of all 
classei^ of the communEty can do much to relieve 
the bitter diiBtro:^s of the survivor;} of stricken 
families iu every diainct of Bombii3\ Dona- 
tiuijs to a consideranle amount iiave been 
already recsivetl from pn iniuent citi:£eus, and 
It is to be hoped that the good e.vampla thus 
set will ba widely followed* 


Thk ptaition *ff Licattiiiaot'Uultm^-l J. C. E^wanu, 
tVjiiLiJLindiri;; the ist Bunibay IiifaTiiry, for iiivore«, oa 
the greiiijrl of h'lH wife'^ ijjLi>.»iu 1 iivI w'iLh LiutitenaiU 11 . 
Ko‘ 5 '<, rpf the -Kline regiiiieiil, agiihi s:uue liofure tlie Dhi- 
trict -JiuUf of Ijuetta-Fe^jhiri, on *^aturdyh\’. Neither 
T.Iio rts[jon(Ieiit nor the e<_j-re 5 [jOiiiieiit put in ita ap|>ear- 

aiice, and there no defence. dtici'ee aLi ’ wn* 
; 4 rant*Nit siiLjert lo cuntiriimtioii by die Punjab Chief 

UoUlT., 


Tiik Austrian Lloyd li .S* >fc* Co* s sttHOjier Medusa, 
whieh 1 LqKirle<l to hivve slraEuIcil near the Table 
J.diind, L lif iiJiJU toils, riTtd VLii^ built in l'S*S 2 , at 
Tri&*ite* Her diajerbtiua.^ are 3i:l feer» liR'adtii 

37"rt feel* and ikqjth 24 U feet, She wim under the 
conijuiuid of Capmia T* AndrevicL The %-c^ssel left 
Bfiuitpuy -ill tlie I Sdi daauivrr last f>r R-irii^n with 
t he ^a.Uie Loitoui fruui Trieftte* Slif- left IhiQg-ioa 

With a etir;;o tif rice oil the I ith ilLataiit* There were 
no pajiSiengera ou boar-L 

Tiik fir^t or^nn m’ltal sieun? the -»pr**n ^.i*s eatiir^L'*!; 
given ill the Civtliedrul by Mf. .^[ll^l( l>ef->re a large 
eon;^egaiioii. The qualities of she iri.'tnmient were 
fully bn:tu^ht -mt, and tbe recital evoke -1 liiOtt favoiir- 
able c^Miiiiient. Tbe ppjgiiiiume a long and s.u-ieil 
one. 


^ TT- -I i I- II have referred to, learnt that to far from 

Georgellainilton was apparently fully warrant- attempting to evade the law, 'tbe owners, 
ed in assuming the whole credit of the aniiexa- igtiieing 


A K fi I V A L S. 


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[Honskong 


The fOllowIniE vengela ohUtiiicd their 
3'estordiiy:— 

^Sioouiex: I'leua* ITamiR'.in* fur^inKiiporo* 

,, I'emlm, ShepiiofU. for i^lnffapure. 

*, Alboln, Ritchie, far !SmE<tpr-Te. 

** LelLriio, for Otilculla. 


* Utvanijor Ii3,ck3 odL^^timI for JoodlaE vmttdrday for Marseilles* 
■ To Arrive* 


THERMOMETER READINGS. 


TUESDAY NlDHT.—F eorUaRY 15. 


ed IQ assuming 

cion of Chitral ami thu making of a road two 
hundred miles long to connect tliat distant out- 
But then the question 
arises bow, having with good reason laid claim 
to the credit of that achievement in 1392, 
he repodlated any share uf it iu 139d, ami 
charged his critJcB with having done the deed* 

He even goes bo far as to say that he held 
blstoijgue about theirguilt, iti order that they 
might commit themselves by charging him 
with it. H he were subjected to cros?.-exaiiijn- 
ation, the Secretary of State would have to 
admit that in this matter lie was juggling with 

words, used in one sense by bimaelf and under-__ 

stood in quite another by the uusuapectiug 

public* It ia quite true that Sir Henry Fowler, Tue weekly report on the ?tate of tbo season 
on the part of tlie Rosebery Government* order* and proapects of the crop^ shows that although whilk Klwni (or hk- < \ 
ed that Chitral should not be retained aud that rain has fallen in many places it has been iusnl- fi,imd ;i wa.y uf rii.'ikini,'' coat ir-iti 


that their reBpouBibility was ai 
au end ub boou us the goods were landed on 
the quay, olfered to land the cargo iu baigts 
and lighters, guarded by the officers of the 
BritidU Resident, and when they were unable 
to obtain a satisfactory or conclusive reply 
from the British Resident or from the BriUdti 
Government, decided, sooner tbau run the 
ridk uf any illegal acuon, not to land the 
cargo at a Persiun port at all* There me 
always two sides to a iiuestiou* We have 
given ttiat of the Gulf authorities aheady* 
Now wa publish the statement of the con¬ 
signors whose arms have been seized* 


Tjih fji!lr*winL% Hiiunrtg -‘tht;!* jit-ntlituiiui wt-re ^ 
to the Bar he I .Jan. 2 fi :—Liiii;i-tii >. lun : li'-kal Lhimd 
Da-lliwar. DA** LLB*, Uh* Cii. i 'riiiih. ; Tribhuvaaidod 
Alanekch iDil U-y-Jil, B.A*. *Sit-‘. 1 'adjI*. : fLi^boo- 

ruilh MidiJiiicwis l>tiy, -Xhiutd lLi.'.''ea, Pitndit Bi^hon 
Lai KauL—Jiiiwr Tijiiiplo : Naliun Kuiita Banerjce : 

4'baiil i'ivviujipa H-jL^ali, i Kford ; Syed 
(Aiiiihritkje*—Alid-lle Tfc;]ti|4e : ;Siicik]i AhniiMl 
lliis.^:iui Khan ; iJetqi Kara van i ManiliiJ 

^Mutif'baiid Ti-i*hi, I*. A., S]il* 1 'aruh*—’i>raty d tun : 

Hemaniit Kiiijiur Alubick ; Ali *Vkbar H ii>% 3 iuially. 

*Mk%' until til lie -,i4dieicv: are the fniniri-JU-sly vicimvs, 
iliii' iiialeinjUinl-s who owe a ;rrufit^ to I heir country, 
n.id are rtailv n- luitray it, and tlic degeiitrates, inL'a|h' 
alfUi uf a l unfieotied traiu of ihoQjiht aud action* A 
tie;^*uor:iTe .Henlry^wib hear a uf whta'L* but fail to 

inlur fniiti it the ;qqir^ieh -pf an eneiuy* In every 
iHari, even a ii-jiwever, 'tluitendtiuu ijO!j*-ubililit^i 

ure laiont* auti ihe-^o are bmu^^lxt uaL uo I be battletiekl 
Tintler the e^'c -T the euiumauilerrf* .•Vri l.irticer whu iu 
the ;itoriri ipf eannm iuqnis^ iiU will on thoHCi 

uiitlei' him hiiL in uiic of the eleu lent ary pintles uf hn* 
pr-pfeitMon* Skobok'ffthat if only 2-5 |>cr cent* iif 
an ainickme firce ;:aiu a yowiiiun they < .m hipld it. 
Nrj ibc other haii-i^ j>isittonLi are uKiiipJoiii-d n^hen^urily 
25 jKT eetiL of tbo defondot^ lime sviceunibt.il, be-,^iu:ioi 
the littiocrs an' generjiUy an-l the lest have no 

guiding puwer left. 


Qo road should bo utud^. It is equally certain ficient to make up for the drought of the paBC 
that Lord George some months at ter wards two montbf. No rain fell in ^ladras beyond a 
claimed for his Guveenmeut the whole merit of few light acattered showers m Tanjote* Con- 
mukiug the identical road that hia predeceBBor fleqneutly the water-aupply for irrigation is 
had banned* It is equally true that receuGy geueraliy inBufficieot in rain^fed areas except 


when the frtmtier controversy waxed hot he 
asserted that hiB Government had not made 
the road, but that it bad been made by the 
‘'Liberals*’^' Here is a tangle of myBtification 
which it would take a round dozen uf casuisls 
to conciliate with the eternal veritie.-;. But 
there are roads and roads* d'hat which Lord 


IQ Malabar and parts of the Northern Circat 
and Deccan. The want of rain retarda agri¬ 
cultural operations and all crops are suffering 
in tbe sou them presidency* The harvest at 
best is but middling, and most Bitaple grains 
have risen in price, scarcity rates being 
touched in eight districts* So far aa Bombay* is 


Bort^jiearenMs Quorge waa speaking of in January iSfiS was concerned the reaping of early crops contiuuea 
the temporary toad Sir Robert Low made i iu three districts, of late crops oovan 


WEDNESDAY'*—Feusuarv tO, 


to 0*111. *« ^ 

[l*IF<* _ « 

i iXUi* M. m.f 


*« 70-2 
- YOV 

.** m * 


n Hcven* 

in lS8h for the purposes of the expedition, * Standing crops have been injured by blight. 
Such road.s were made with the greatest cold, and lucuata in several districts, while 
facility during the Titali campaign, by the ’ cotton is diseased in Bijapur. Prices have risen 
simple process of removing loose atones ' ic theae districts, but ara stationary elsewhere* 
and the like from the path it was desired General rain fell ju Bihar and North Baugal, 
to follow, and filling up lioles with theca. * slight shawers being also reported from parts of 
The road from Jala la, near Peshawar, to East Bengal and Uhota Nagpur. Spring crops 
Chitral, two hundred miles to the north, have bonefited, though a few crops in fiowet 
was made, says General Low in a dea- , sufiered* But taking crops all round in Bengal 
patch, together with the bridges, with one the rain baa proved of great vakie. i j i ' 
excaption, atid was in working order before the Weat Provinces and Oudh,too, benefited by tbe 
Chitral Relief Force was broken up on Sept- downpour, and had the rain not been accoffl- 


repiH-iod to Lave 
u.'t tiMi;;b Os* ^tecL, 
i\f. Loheau ha^ keen ]>refiariii^ iilloys +;^f L^opper 
ghtirinma uf ;t oolunr and ujiii filcF 

aJuiujiiium bron/A:, I’he u*lioy> wtre iu:uie hy fusing 
gluuitmiii iinj r^tpfhjr or of ui.'jiper ru :Ui 

flleoirit; funiatvc* Th(.»y .ure reiii.-irk^hly .loiiumoti, and will 
lirobiibly l+t* f'l liud luu.^iciil iii^trunicM^* 

Tttt: i^rinid iijtil oiveii by tbo Duke of I>oTuiiiilii»e, 
SIS Ahiyur tif I’ixO Uiiirne, at Uju LlevoiirfLire Rark 
Tstviliim 1 , 1 ) .Jail, on a staJe of rntt^^uitioeace 

hjthet'tn uiikm<vL u in that lown* Some hmidre-d 
;£Utrs,u hud lj«t‘fi invitcil by tho Dtiko und Duchess, jind 
the dsitiee tuiisic wits perfurnied by tlie Blue HuDji^aiiaii 
BahJ* 


A iiAiiiuAGis has lieeri anranffvd, and will ifhordy 
takr piuiuc, btitween Allan Leonard ill, fourth 
of Mr Cooper Bojiill, of BarhmiiVV'feii IndieR, and 
Kniina Florence HiHa Pepjwr-Stavelej, fourth 
fliu;;Iiter of tbe late G- -A Pejiper'St iveley, 

Civil Service, of WolJhai^tlea, Crawley, St!j>'^ 3 C A 
ifiarrijige ha.s[ abo foeHan luran;^!, and wiU take pLce 
aborily, lM*twet)i) Efiust Henry Br:i.s.=’, 1 st Battidioa 
B;iiit Vorkdiire Rcifiiuent, only iion uf thf l?ev. Heaiy 
Brass. M.A, F.K.d*, of liedhiU. Surrey^ and Aniy 
Bcrtiiu Eruo 9 ttnc HteneJ Pepi^er-Slawley, youngest 
daughter of the late C, A* I‘epper-Siave4ey. Bengai 
Civil Service, and of Mrs. Feppcr-totayelcy, of 
Woldhiixstlco, Crawley, SuiSti* 















































































































































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THE BOMBAY GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1S9S, 


TELEGRAMS. 


(RKUTKEl^a TKHCl-lKAM^^ 


WILLIAM 


THE SENTEISTCE ON LORD 
NKVILL. 

ICON DON, Feb. 15, 

hned Wiliittiii Nijvill hm beea BeatOBCtid to ftvo 

tien'ituiJUi fcir frj^uiL 

AiMERIUA ANO SPAIN, 

Auieritia Im ilcJtouuleU tJw; diaavoiYal of 

Dupuy Liiruiii^s li'ttor. 


THE TIRAH EXPEDITION* 


THE AKA KHEL JIRGAH, 


F HF BATTLE.SHIP ViCTOKluUS AGROUND. 

M<it battlciilijp Vu’Lrprionrjjj 141(11* way to 

China to join the Briti-nb Squujlroii ttuire, Luui j^qo 
kIpvTiDd ut Sue™ and L$ (Uiiu(ieJleJ to dLscliurffe her 
coaI and ptoWbly her artillery. 

ASSISTANCK mil T!1K VUJTORIOUS. 

Tile Britiiib warnhi ji^ Kovcd.^ and Venuri ln 4 .vG tefi. 
M&lta for Su4h; to remler to the Uittlesbip 

V'ictorioibi, 


FRANCE AND THE NIGER QUESTION. 
iVlr. CunsOR, ni^idyitii^ h> a ipje’ition in llm Hoiinti of 
CommoQHf Maid the ttei(Utiat.ions with trance ret^ardlti^ 
the Nij^er nitcstion have not yet a^Tived ftt an Uifree- 
iitenl and lie wa*! Bauble to state tlio prof^rartii of the 
tuigotiritioQa, 

THE CHlKh* MPHENl ROUTEIr 
T he rolxds lUider tlifl ('lucf Mpsem were mudJy 
routed by Colonel Mtumin^ and bia N yasst^Lmd 
troopiv 

T HE BRITISH AGENT AT MENELIK’ri 
OUUKT. 

Lieutenant Ilarrinjiiipjin, of the Indian Stalf Corjis, 
has bean apixpinied BriiiipU A^ciiC at the Court of Kin^ 
Meoelik. 


tFBOM OUR wool At, OOJlRl^X'^lN DRNtK 

mam AN I, Fkji. 15, 

Riitiif fur about 30 hits made ihiRgu imiBt 

uncomfortable. The weather tn clearer to-nijjht. Thu 
Iflt (kimpuny, Bengitl Sappers^ pasiied tlifoui^h u> 
Maluani yesterday. Lieut. Trirner, K. E., With 4^X1 
ooolia for work on the Bara Valley roady liaii arrive^L 

The Aka Khul Jit;^ah came in bxLiy, anpl hod ibu 
tnriiu announced to them. Camp Mainani has It that 
their utUtude aatiafactory. 

CONTINUOUS RAIN IN THE KHYBEI;. 

(FltOM OLTR CORRSjSPONDBMTd 

CALCUTTA Ffili- 

A LudiII Kn-ptol ud«i^iTon of the I5t'h niTti :—There 
ha.'i been continiioiLSi rain in the Khyber for the laat 
thirty-aiit liottis. 

The Dt MouuUiiu Battery, K, A, iiiove<l from 
Jainrtid to Ali htu^jid, relii^vint; the 2nd Kohixt 
Eattory, whi*!! returned to JoJiirud ycsitonlay. 

THE INTENDED ADVANCE AGAINST 
THE AFKima 

LABORH, Fan. Ifl, 

Should the advjUioe a^iinsC the Afridii lake place 
it tii fMiasibLu that Field ;^[ih will lie used at qouig jtoint 
iHiyond Kara. The SJst hUeld Battery, K. A, and the 
K iSatLery, IL H. A., nuw ut pBiihawar, w ill, therefore, 
lie kept in readine^ to move up in tJiat direction 
whenever required. 

THE AMIR AND THE FRONTIER 
UI DERATION a 

THE ZAKKA KHEL IN COLLUSION 
WITH Ills UlGHNESa 


FINANCE AND COMMERCE, 


THE DEBATE ON THE ADDRE,SS 
RESUME 

Mr. Aidfuith resumed tlie dohalv on the Adiire^v, and 
reiteruted Uie uf.'UTiientH iqiainst u forwut-il [loUcy. 

Mr, CuiVAUi said Llmt while rv'fiaininxt from ipiuHtion- 
tiju bcpna'lidr^ uf eircmu-stanccy mii^ht 

be Uio !4Uun}i; for her if a p^ap oxGkv! uu our frimtitT. 

The iJulky pif Dprd Rtwrenev, h*^ -naid, wiux ileupl, but 
tlm systflUi followed by Sir It, SamU'tnau mij^ht Iw suc- 
Oib&fuHy eHtabltMlU'd mi Gtir fDPUtier. Thu otlicer^ ruuwt 
be carefully utul lJhmi tliu tribes w'ould be 

bruu^iit willingly uudvr Bril is h ct>iitrid. 

Sir ]M. Bbuwir.Jijrii wlju snpiNirted tlio Guvurntuetlt 
thought ihut India shuuld n'ceivu a tliiauciitJ ^unL 

KEJKLTIUN OF SUi W. LAWSON\S 
MOTIUN, 

Thumution of Mc-virs. Lawhuii and VViilum (retpirilLn.^ 
Chitral uml frtnUuT alfjurs i was reji^cted m the 
Commons by 311 '3H vuio^. 

SUritEME LEGISL.VnVE COUNCIL 
THE SEdTThiN bill 


UEMUNSTRANOE BY THE VICEKOY, 

Tnistw^irthy news from the Khyber^ ^uys the Lah^jre 
pa|>Cir, (t^toblLsliejs beyonpl u duo be I hat the Zakkit Khd 
Alaiiks, iChwas iChim and WaU Mahuuied K.hari, w-ho 
have witUed in Af^^lian territory the ajjp^Nirance 

fjf (.rt.-neml LuckJiort'ri force m tho Kliyber, loivo lieen 
froipjoutly in communieal ion w'ilh Kabul tliruu^^h tUeir 
a^tits, and are rejKjrLed to have recoivod direct cn- 
cuunigemeot fnxm the Amir hiiiLsulf in mamtaining 
Uieir attitiudu uf ^letianco towaiYb; the Politual Ullic«r 
in the luattur of the tornut ijLqKi«od on thmr uDo. 

I Both buTe been, iUid Ktili are, in collusiou with the 
I Amir throntr^li his acoreditod o^^nLs with the ohjoct of 
j^i'utifyjjing Uie lottor by hbowiiifj their unwiILiu^;ncs.s to 
submit, and encoura^n;^ tiiRtr cLansnieu tfi maintain a 
luviUle attitude and commit olliiauucs a^^ainst tJio 
eruiiiunU Tladr aim hod beun to keeji the Zakka 
KhuLi Lop^etiher on their siiic till, as ihey 
Cfivcrmuuiit will be comjjijllod to come to a settlement 
mure favourable to them. As tho tribe dominates Ibo 
I Khyljer Pass, they hu|je that by Uoldiug out Hullicient' 

I ly Ujtitj the Govcrnmenl would lie forced to recop^niiu ^ 

I their claluid as. Htich, mid iii fiict iv>-C3tahiii»h its former mure than doubled them. l^hLs Khipplnpr is to a £treat ex- 
reUtions with them, i tAni. i^rtir tbfp TMMidilpt cif ri<»piTn»rk vnrfU: /'B. 

I The V'ice rev, on receivinij an aHtturaucu that tho 
Zokka Kbel Alalil^ were unuouru^cpl by the Aiuir'.s 


(HnOM OUR iTOMKRRCJAI, CORRKSPON DKN T. > 
LONDON. Jan. 

A BiTV paper points out that Indian aecurities are 
nut very flourlshiiig jiiit now a 2 1-2 per cent, loan 
for j;3,500j(XX> was raUud here, but whoreas in a 

suuilar Uiue was main at 3 pretuimii, in b?97 only 
about at; 3-4 per eeot, w:iK pibtaincd. In addition, a 
doatini; debt of gt'6,t>DO|OOU has l>ec:a built up by 
three issiics of sterling bills, ali in yearlings, as fol¬ 
lows ; 

Averaf^ 

Amount Amouiit DiboouaC 

IJate, 1807, otfnroU. anplfoit for. Ket#, 
Juntiary £:! ft 9 

tiaiiti^avuyr 4S...,- till « 

Uu'.^ueiiber:( ..... 2 Id 

A enrrenuy loan bus alst; Ixjen rnlsetl, but tho price 
ol>tJFiiaefi for the tliree crones loan in Augiint lio^t was 
only IJ3 5-l(itlis, a« a^iinst over 3 prem. for the 
3 per c^nt. rupee loan in Thu Itiilian railways, 

loo. have not Ixeen able to borrow ho cheaply, a few 
2 1-2 {) 0 r cent, debenture bidiic^i having been placed 
tht-s year at prices between bti 1-2 and 1^S> 1-4 |H3r cent., 
an COutpared witlq in moiit cosesi, about 2 prciit, lost 
year. 

A Cuusuku' ruiMtin has liuen Utsued from tho Foreign 
Office on the ac.<, interests of tho Gerrrmn FkiipLre com¬ 
piled by Mr. UustTullj wrnmtTciwl attiiehu to Her 
MajestyEiiiboiiiy at Berlin. Mr, GastreU says tlus 
dalu ho gives affords a clear view* of the enormous 
strides of Geriuiiij tmdu in every piii'cctiDa during the 
21:; years since the empire hoa 1>een founded It luis 
been by ostablDhing productive indnstries that the 
Gernians have been enabled to obtoin those articles nut 
produced at ho3*e, A eontiuually IncreaHLug ijfipula- 
Lkm ha-4 found continued occupation, and by means of 
CNiuimerce it Ua«L nccpiired tho lueans to extend the 
range of obtain able cOEnmodittti for large ela-sses of I lie 
]ax»ple, is is shown by the larger oonanmption of f jreign 
luxuries. The iJOpulation from 1&7£ U> 1807 bml 
incleased by 511 per cent, while foreign trade h>id done 
bettor, and iniprovod by tH> per cucit^ From KiWl to 
]8!>7 rhu population lut-s iticreiLscd Ui |>er cent, while 
foreign commerce has improved more than 33 per cent, 
Slii[iping atatLsut:^ show timt it was jirincipally by 
sea trivio to foreign countrio-s that this improvement 
occurred, for from 1873 to 18.U5 the treflic of German 
ports wnth other States increased 124 per cent. The 
improvemenu in over-.-Jia trade were for North Amer¬ 
ica per cent, for Mexico and Gentral anrl Sotttb 
America 48U per cent., for east and West Indies 4H(J 
|jer Cent, for Auslr;ibn 475 jier cent, for Great Britain 
dO per cent, for Nordiern Europe Hi) |jer cent, and for 
Soutli-Western Europe f50 per cent. The great increase 
^ i^f thLs over-^L trs/le boa beon in the later year^. 
About GG |jer cent of thu whole fonRign trade hi by ^oa; 
Ejnnerly it was very much smalior. lU increiu^c 
]4dord.s on the one hand a larger supply of such gofxln 
as the Germans cannot theinseive.’i prcKhicc, and on the 
other o|>ens to the merehnat and to ht^me IndusUy es¬ 
pecially pn»htable markets. In thin ovor-aea commerce 
much better profit.^ are CArnetl than on the i^ales in 
Europe. For the first time in 1H9 Ip tljo tonnage of 
German HUi|iping at Hamburg has exceeded that of the 
English. The German niercantde murine has >(11100 L871 
mure than trebled Li& eapabilitios and Hincc I88t> Jiilh 


ever, nor is it of any practical importance that, at a few 
phicos, the majority fihould inive'votod for a rejection. 

With the :sotlIe)iieiit of the “ trouble'' in the 
vuginoering industries, neveral of the steamship tVun- 
panii^ trading between LlveqvKd and the United 
Stutojf and Canada are plaoing oitlcra for new rtteamcr.s 
of large cai^gu carrying capacity. The shipbiuldnrs on 
the north-eosft coast of Englund seem to be securing a 
good Ellice of the bmum^s. The Sunderland Shifi- 
bailding Go. {Limited) have jtiat commenced the 
coOBtruotum of a v^^=wel to the ordac of the .Aiehor 
Lme, which will lio the largest so far btiiU uii the 
Wear, her length being 5fJCJ fu Meagre. Short Kretlu'rv, 
orPallion. have recently acfiaitied the North of Kughmd 
Shtpbulldiixg Yard, which adjoins their preiniKaH, and, 
it is slated, have enough work on hand to keep thcMii 
goi ng for two yenrs ; and on SatursLiy hist four vessels 
aggregating a tonnage of over, 10,0(10, were launched 
by Snnderlond shipbuilders. 

The high t'xnninbisitJinir for Canada reports that ihe 
Caciarban trade retnrnii show a cotLsiderahle inerease in 
the exixjrD for the live muntLs ended December 3!, 
1B$)7, os eompi^red w'ltli a similar |>eriud of 

The figures reapEctivoIy are 74.Hllfi,S07duL, and 
(I'),73I>,277doLi. The increiWie [■i almo-^t entirely uuale 
lip of additional exports of farm and dairy produce. 
In the (iamc period tb<i impiiru al-io mlvanced from 
b9,3l6,tXXJ doL, in l8[H>to 51,.5S)T,d(>rj dob. in 181J7. The 
High Commissioner osk^ lu in state that he will at all 
times be glad to hear from firms or individuals who 
are, or desire to be, interested in Canadian ti*ado, or 
who Vr'isb to be ]>lace4l in cominunlcation with 
ex^jorteiM or in Canmla. 

There are ho me intere?^ting points in tJie CoiwuLir 
refKirt on the n^euUure of Odeasa during the post year. 
It sceiiLH that Uiere arc no regular Itounilcs paid on beei. 
■ifigar exported, but there is a sort cJ jtooling arrange¬ 
ment conducted under Givornment auspices, and after 
th* rcquDite amount for home oongumptiun has been 
produoefl|i thu factarien have to cxjwjrt the whule of the 
balance, utider jjenalty of jwiying a dunlde excise duty. 
The exiyn-t trade is always tyjndueted at a Jusn, the 
amount of whirh depemL on the jii-loe njf ptngar in Eng¬ 
land. But notwitlistonding the- iiingular arrangtrmtjnt, 
the Russians take the iiLmo?>L painfi to gixtw the bast 
varietlcR of beotH, and ail waste is prevented by having a 
obieiiiisi on the .^pot during the manufactiue of Llio 
vulgar, whose duty it is to utilise every atom of the 
raw mate! ml. Tbits whiLt our West Indian GolonicH 
lose twenty-five nuLi of Mugar for every 1(XJ tons con- 
toinihl in tlie jni^.* extract eft—owing to imperfect 
riiAiin fact lire—the Kussiarn make nine Uma of beet 
its far as thirteen tons went a few yeiu>f ;\gu. 


utliciaLs, and prciliably by the A mi r hituHeli^ in tlio ^ic- 
nitiou they boil taken up tow^ardLs tho Govern merit, 
i very rm^ently sent, a strong remonstrance to hts High- 
I ness on the subject, In which it was poInleJ out (hixt 
it wa-s ljjcoi].sistonC W'iUi hts 
friendshiji wvtli liis ally, the 


I U> Imrljour the.se Maliko and their adlierents in. hm 
territory, OJid allow- luri otHcicJs to ofibr an luylum to 
mtr it v owed enemicn. 


lent now the product of German yards, which Eive 
deveJopoxl rapidly to .'luit the reijuu^emaiits, every day 
increasing, of loc^il Hfiipbuilding. Gorman euuimenie by 
sea may bu ci-uditeil W'ith a total huui nf LlIb3jti(XV.KX> 
marks (.£232,fkiMJ,tX.Kl), or Sfi per cent of the total 
Hpeciol trewlei being 2,b27,BXJ,00Q marks (jfcl3l,3.5.%0Ub) 
or 5ft jicr rent of tlic iutporLs, and 2,tJ26,rjtXl,tX)(J marks 
Highufesh’ profesaiutiB of {JE1 ULh325j 000> tir 54 per cent of the exjjorts. If to thb 
ho Bntlah Goveriiuient., added only *ine-sixtl 


H, H. THE AHA KHAN. 


CALCU'ITA IN THE SKA SON. 


j-sixth of the 3,t55ft,200,U('X> marks 


{PIttl.M UUit C’CUiJt.BSl'flXUtiNT.) 

C.UXJU rTA, Fkii. h\ 

Notice has been given by Nativt' momlicnj of the 
Council of l>etween I V luity arni thirty amenduionts to 
tho Sedition-i Clauses itf ihrvhiilian Penal fWc Bilk 
which will be dotcUKsed itt Friday' j* ineotiag of the 
IfC^lvtivo i 'ounril. 

The MHJmra]ii. t J Din bhaiigu, the Hon’hie Measrg, 
Amtnda < Inirhi, LltitiinviK, and Sayani have each 
given notice uf :l uu tuber uf aniundiiiouu, to ihia Sedition ^ 
Clan-fH iti (bn Bill n> l>e di^oMHse<l on Friday. \ 

SirGndilh Kvam also pmi;iosf>: additinnal cxphiniL- , 
tioii lo the flew Ser'i-io 15.L\, pm^vnlmg ** it Hhan nut 
amount otDnro tanRui tho nieuning of t he section to 
xaxit out without tualunoi-ts intention imd with 


MUNICIPAL ETaNDINU COMMITTEE. 


TUf; weekly inoodni;^ of the £i.aadiini? CommiUoo 
'Of the Municipal Corpora Liu n waa ho til. yostorday 
ato:brEu>oii, ia tho Municipal Hall, Llia Hua'btu Dr. 
Bbalehandra Kriamia pru^dinif. Tire roiiowlut^ 
mojul'ii^rsi were pie^nm. t Ale^rs. H. G. Gajt, T. \V 
Uultoi dbraUliiii RuhiiiUiUda, Kaviufji 
Shrod. FroIe:-t*nr U. V. MuJlor, Lho iloiiM>Lo Mr. 
Fazuibbiai Visraiu, Dm. ^ G, ViegaN, Cnwa±^ji 
IlurmuHjj, N. N. Katrak, K, N, liaimdurji, and Mr. 
K, N, KubraJL 


E t' 

oncst view their w^niH4V]iJ matters wJndi aro 

prodtieing or have a (cndcncv to pn^diire feebngs of 
entiiity or haired Ix'twwn dilfcrent cloriacK of her 
MjyeytyV iiibjecto ^ 

The only other buHincvi Itofoie the meeting is tho 
preMnntAttvM of the repttrt of tlie Select Uomnuttoe on 
the Criminal Pr>.»cediire Btll. 

THR B 1 OFEiCEHS' STRIKE. 


A SETTLEMENT EFFECTED. 

THE UFFK'EILs iCEMfME WlHtK. 

A ^ompnuuw^ was agreisl Iwtwecu Uie officers 

nf llie Briti'^h India (’oiiifiariy and .Sir Jarrit^ Mackay, 
to-dav (Wediir^bty' The prerise term:* have not. beeji 
divulged, buT tJ 10 u,hrnr< de'lare rhcm'telves sati^jfied 
and rewumri work ti 101 * 0 iw uiuriung il'hursday.J, 

[l it underetixid dial iiuire im|>uibvnt of ihe deinands 
imnle by the otficor^ have K-i'U grantod by the iViiii- 
pany, and that all ike slrlki.M>« io^> 10 be Eakon ha^'k 
iDt‘j tho empUy of the 1 'oiiipaay : ul’i4> that chief 
ortirfr^ act big a^ rommaiiiiers sh.vb draw eoimmuiders' 


"“Jib 


^h^ ( Company, however, '^Ull deehne'< the Coiiipon'-iu- 
tiim alh^wiuice demaiidcHl of two HlubugH: in the rii|»ee 
tipun luLlf cf their fiav. Tho odici'r**, however, w'ill 
receive ji praetUNil >. ituivalent to tiihi in uii increase of 
thtiir rioLidcii all run mb 

.AN EX-MUNiriFAL GgMMISSJGNER 

CHARGED WITH BKEAtdl UF TUl’ST, 
ACCUSED FCNISHED IlEAViLY. 

Ill the High ( oiiru lo-ilay, .Mr, I'at rick MeCtoire\ 
lately a mnnieipid cemuns.>ioi)iT, w^as eoti vie toil by 
imanimoiw veidu'! of the jury "f crltnimal breach of 
Irunt as seeri'tiiry fd the E-<taU A Jlet'uvery t^ooipany 
in regard to a r.lieul, ttitiNcd fW^rry, who was in 
straitened cireumhiiince><, iirid w I lose oimiey he up 
fjmprUit'Uil to liih own uses, hi passing sente nee Mr. 
JusticC'Hdi i*harac:tcri'‘iod oll’enro as a moat lienrt- 
te.^ r>uc, atiil pit^'niviicetl tile itoeuscd t*> ihroe years' 
ri^mniKt imprisonita*ijt and a line uf lU. 1,LXKI 

THE ASSAULT UN A DHOOLlK-BEAllEU. 

TRIAL UF THE ACJCUSED. 

FUON.A, Fcii. 1^. 

l^nvato Met^uilam Irii^h lliJlLia, npiieared before 
Colonel Newnliam Smitli, t*>di4y, cliopgtrd witU raitsing 

S tevoiis Imrl to a dliuolie-bi'ij.rv 4 r at the Slall Auxiliary 
ospitaL 

Biirgi’^m-.Major Jones desta'ilKMl Lhc wovmd aereiaii 
I the tliroat, whuh Was uol dw[i, but prelmlily caused: 
d by smme sharp insirnuumlH Aeeusisi hiv^l Wn w 
I boRpiVd isurtcritig from aoinc coin pistol to the ear 
I previouidy. 

Aiwbtant Stirgr’on l>eStui/.]i iileiiLiliiHl accii.scd ju 

1 being there. He knew* aecuiseil, but did not eutLsidt^ 

I be was Imanc. 

The wuuniled dhonlio-lHJaivr testijied (hat aceiLScd 
I caught hold uf him, uniting him aeros-s ijir rfiprai wiih 
1 a raaor (or kuifek Aiatyscil smelt litpior, but wj*ij 
I Hteady. 

Accused, ia answer t<j Uic court, said he knew noth- 
I in^about tho occurreneci 
I The case was odjoutued till to-day. 

HEAVY EAIN IN THE PUNJAB. 

LaHOBE, Flip. Itj. 

Heavy rato oominoes to fmt in Lahore anri all over 
the Punjab. Lost night was oitiw ^bTiJuy, with lightn¬ 
ing and heavy dow'npmr. The ollbet on the harvest 
ia excoliunt and if Um rain veiue.s to a few day^, a 
biimpor harvoiat u aa-iured tor the Itonjab. 


PLAUUli EXl'ENDtrUllK!. 

I The Cuiutulbtofi considered u let:tor from the Plague 
Cummittoc asking tor a further emui dC ltd 3,U0,iMJ 
' in connectmii wiiih plug no expenses, 

I Uu Lha fuotlon ol .Mr. HiiaUim HahJiutulia, it was 
I roaolved to recjmiuciia the Ourpuratioii to place only 
I otjo lakh of rupees at inu dGpuial ul tho Piav^uo Oom- 

I lu1lL..^o for tho proaeuL and tu roijueat tfio Uhalrman 
to bring tire mattar baloro tho meoUnguf the Uarpo- 
I ration on I^toiiluy imxt as a luatLOt ol 04 ^ 0 ney. 

lu (Huiulectio 11 with this itoiit a letter fruiu Air. W. 

I H. WaJtu, Uhtof Aecjuntonr^ ol the AiuutoipulUy, was 
placed LiJ lure the Uouiuiiiilje, in wJiicli lie jitausd that 
up tj date the CorporatLoii had aancuiEPued from Mmo 
ume Bs. dll bikun lur plague c-Viiensos. 

A mtOPOuAL FOK JCKCOXiTKUOflXlf WOllUl 
V1L1.0.UE. 

Tim Goiuiuittee ousidered tho rolLowing letter 
fro ill tho Executive Engineer tJ the Municipal Cuni- 
aud tho GoiiiujiisaLuiici '41 uieuiuraudum 

thoj;N]Oii i— 

Sir,—1 have the fiohotir to forwarnl the accjmpany- 
tug tracing mackoii P H D, UitLiibjred iu 7 l and 
d at Lid liLh January iftiD, ui the vbhigo kuown ns 
Word bL'.»iiAadu where twii disastrous ilres took 
place at the end of last niunth. 'IJio aroa4 ojvaivd 
Uy the fires are duLinoatod oii the tracing by blua 
boundary Lines, from wduco it vrilL bi soiin that u 
jjjttle IVL^a than uiiis-LhiL'Lj ul the village liari been 
deatroyod by tliese evento. The porbtou dtiatroyod by 
Lae tire was liko the loatuf toe vlbage, which D atlil 
a^ahdlnjs, hvtuiU:Ld in wiiii luw huts FoailC ut liillaiu^ 
Ilia bio uuiLei'tai-:! aii.t ui very LuiorLoj: coEu^LruCviou, 
tiavii. 14 ; walla ujUvLLy of ^v'atiin unil ulanb, or brick 
and mud.. Alujostaii the huta atandtog within tlio 
rau ^-^4 uf the Ibea have to^cii dostreyod : unty the bare 
waii» are left stamllug tci iuilLoate their po^itiuus. 

2. ^Thote i^ no druiu.h^^o uf any kind whatouevor 
throughout;. tb>i village, and the water tram the huto 
to allowed to ttow put Into the paEi^.ige^ und lanoii, 
Llit.^re to ab:>urb Into the greim 1 or ov ipomto uudev 
the lictioti of the auu^ iVlLli the exception of unx 
toupi^ narrow circiuUtuiia putboge there ard uo ro^iils 

i>£ paths vvurtby ot thiose names Lriiiiou,^huut. the 
whole lengLb jUkI breji.ith uf the Viimgi:. The vii- 
hij^j has u-ch lu an uuaeaUhy rontlitlon, and a 
large nuiuhLi- of dcaihs l. hjIc place from plague 
in L Ltot yunir. 3.—An oppurtatiuy has how presou' 
ted )t?eU of Improviug tui^f hanilut w'hich to ^utaateiil 
lu oue ol the uosi. ul the city uii the vurge el the 

MahaluXnit furcihore at ito uorthern cxtreniuy. -L — 

T he re ave th run c j ui -Tiea open to n> i — f i ) 'To u iirc ba^e 
Iho «*huto ot tho Village lacluding the purUun dtw- 
truyed by lire, cjuatruct 4 \jaoi> aud toutpathu on a 
vveil cuuaidered plan and Lburi re^ictU Lhd ground. . 

{ 2 ) To lay down on the plan of the villu^^n linua 
oL a liLsw main, road mil turee cre^u tout ways i^a 
jihown by yellow ILdes on the HraciltR. The new* 
uiaih load urey be 3U feet in width, cJiiiLuenclag; Irum 
tne and of the exiotrtug pubUe street known aa Glevo- 
laiid Robtd ut the a^tutu end of the vtllugd and endinij; 
at tho northern extremity of It* uiar the Worll Fort, 
foUaw log. Jia tar a» prj»ctieabJe, Lhe line of tho cxibit- 
inrf public The three crosd tootwtt>a may be 

twenty feet wine eacu. Thu two uortherumobiL uf 
these passages w'lLI be wishln lire huntoot the areit 
deaLmyed by the Ures, dljiI une Lhird wtLi pasA ucroa.ii 
Lho uiiddto of the reiiiining purtton oE Lhe village 
on the southerji auto. I J > In adopt the secoud 
propuaul ubo vu-men tic iJ'^d, pui chase thu ground on 
which the remnLiutsol me dcHtroyed btiis at and, 
and lay out in it small street'i, and let-eh it after di¬ 
viding it into iiualt pluto of ground. 5.—It would 
bi advisable tO jflvu edce.'.r t J ttoi secjud proposal at 
onco to prevent any buili lings bjiug builL uii the 
linmi of tho proposed roads and footways. 13.—It 
would imt bj po-'^olbla to ostiiii.vte accurately the cuiit 

of the liret* propuoai, w Bchuut imikinn detailed phioi 

and eiillmate ol the ^rou juI und ihe b lildicig-i aLanrl- 

lug mvreon. but appioiiinately it would bj. about 
Ito, 5,3O,dU0K 7.—The cu^jt 01 the aiicjmi propuaal. Via., 
that of Layuij^ euL of lU'I ruadjs and foutWniyti. would 
be ebrut lU. 7ibiJUll. S.—The prebehle cosit of the 
aueood aud third prepojiato nuLielgaiijatod %voul'l 
be about ibj. l,:li.UUu. h.—I am rL-npectfully oE opi¬ 
nion that the Corporation [LKboul'l hi requested to 
appoint a CumDiItt'^e to consider and report on the 
queg^tton wlih you b store cumto|{ to a cUficlULtiou.'— 
i have, iStc., M. U. MUu^uan. Executive Eogfueer. 

Copy torwarded with cjmpifmvntb to the Municipal 
Secretary end a request that a euiatl CoiuiuLttee, 
not exceedi 11 !i«veu members, may be appointed to 
luve^iligate and report ou thto matter within one 
month. The Amt proposal appears beyond our 
tlnaimliil capacity and would eau^ia hardship to the 
people. The unUet^guad in in tavour of adop^inji? tho 
thire proposal.—F. C. H. iiNOW, Gominlitaioiier. 

On the motion of Dr. A, G. Viegaa, It was roHOIved 
to refer the matter to the followiag uub-c:inQmittoe for 
report I—Froleaaor, O, V. Muller,^ the HonThg jtr. 
Faznlbhoy Vlaram, and Mr. liavawi Mar wan ji 

StoroET. , . ..1 

The Commit toe, after transacSiloK ogine other 
buslneiis, adjour»ed tUJ Tuosdtty next. 


Lradu uriiL nelgliljourlng o’luntriefi, Or 
iiiM),00(i,uCXJ uinrlto i fr3i>,ubi.i,UU0) for direct Hca tniffie 
\ and indirect sea Lrmle via France, liclgimu, ami Hol¬ 
la nd, there j-s an [Ldditiomil amount of 7 per cent for 
our sea-bjrnc trade which doubtleMS is over ihroe-flfiliy, 
iLtirV i.s probably cloae on t.wi>thirdfi of (he whole 
I German s[iedal cnhiuioreo. And thini calculaiiun onut^ 
bi lake any accuiiiit of the aiuonubi not to be aseer- 
iatou 1 in the direct and indirect goneral trade. The 
enormous Lnereast? of .sea-borne trade in best seen from 
Hamburg and Bremen atotidtic-t^ lu statistics! given 
oF Hainburg’ii sea trade for IH71 to IfllKi the change 
in the trade with Eugluml is particularly noticeabje. 
This shews tlhit whereas the value of the iiuports frem 
extm-EumjKsin StaLeij rose from the period l!S7l-i^> 
{average) to IBUil by nearly 7(XJ,CKX),(>bD marks 
(£.^5,i KXJ,[JtX) or 350 per cent, and those from the real 
of Ell tope improved by nearly 15U f>cr cent, the 
value hieaiitime of iiu)>orts from the United King- 
duih fell by some fiO,tKIU,0tXI marks {d;3,t>J3,OfJO), or 
one-eight. For exports ti^rey since 18ftP only are 
available. From Ift? 1-80 more than half the iniport^^ 
at Hamburg w*ere from EngLinA In they no 

longer toruictl even a fourth part. In 18.9^1 a 
only of the Haiiibiirg extsorto went tJierc. The trade 
of Bremen sliuws HOinewhat Himilar resiilLs. Tho 
share of Great Britain in tJie imports there fell 
fniiii Itj to fi |ier cent, fr^>m the jjcriod 1872-711 to 
lHH2-b.j, and in the enportJi from 5 to 4 per cent. 
Tho German steam tlcet hs valued at j;i5,tJUtl,0rjt>, 
the sailing fleet at (roughly) j£Jl,0fX>,(KX>. Not lei??, im- 
]ifirtant than tlic devclopincnt of the German shijipiiig 
has been the extcii.^ion of t^erman rthijibuihUnp in l.ate 
vearij. IkKulfe splendid biilMing yanD and docking 
accommoilation, the fJemian Empire horf now at 
Elbing, Dimwtic, Stetliii, Kiel, Flemsburg, Hamburg, 
and Bioiueu great wor ks which can carry out all pitc?- 
iriiilde deniarul-s on their resourcfts. On the lower \\"e'4er 
There are eight vliifibuildlng yards, of which -leveii are 
in Ham burg. The total SUite and local funds for 
hiiflxitir and ship accoinnn>d;ition in the t-Terimin 
Empire iTiay be saf.^ly estuiiated at about 
Wtih reference to the ela.=i 3 eK of gomK im^HirLeil and 
ux]>'irti^l during the periods dealt witR it appLurs that 
the Import-s of r.tw uLcilorials for textile clothiiig and 
felt ihdu.si ritti have largely increased, whiDt tho Im- 
[jort-s of inaiiufiik'tured article* of the textile felt and 
remlv-made clothes industries have tton-tldurably de¬ 
crease L The cti>urr:mon of textile materials ha-i 
alightly ilecrca-icd. 

Messrs. K. T. WlLon and Go,, of New York, in 
their annual csiiniato of the AiuGriuiin cotton crii]i, give 
the yield for the current s^^ason as lU,.57t>j:3uO bales^ 
The f bowing utble shown the estimates of the saino 
ituiliorities and the act mil ernp for each of the jireceding 
rtix seasons :— 


Tnit high respect In which his llighticsi the Aga 
laulu^n Muhajned Shah Aga Khan in held by the 
public of.Bombay was demonstrated on Tueiwlay, 
when an evening party wait held Lu his honour. The 
Dari a V Mehel, the .splendid iiianf^ion where the party 
was held, aufl wliieh has been often lent for a like 
pvir]H>!e by the kind and courteun^ owmiir. Mr. 
Nurahji DwarkadiLsH:, pre.senU!il a very gay aiul ]ne- 
tiiiie».pie apfK-oranre, being brilliantly illLiiiiinatod jlihI 
gaily ilecjriit&l in a moiit arieiiii;: atal atlmcltve 
mauner. 'Iho whole building wits ab]a?-c w*iili Unm- 
sandd of iitiilti-CLoIoiirefl laiii|>{ and the .si'^eiic W'lts 
renilered most bright and picture^sipiu, Ai-cligw and posbs 
of lighLs were ere c to I 00 the road for .a long distance 
reitohiiig as far lis Sir Drnshaw Petit's bungalow. 
CbioBSP Inn terns were sns^KSuded from the tit^eri and 
flags and banners were flying in iUe air. The gnest.s 
began tO lUTive at t>-l.5 p.m., and were conducted ti* 
thn spacious hall on the. first Hoop, which wiu also 
lirtij^ticiilly ileconktol with flags and fesPKjrt-i Qow'ers. 
Baautifid flow*ep hausketr: were su,Hperid('<l in tjie hall 
and nothing was loft undone to riiakp the aceoe a niojt 
brilliani and bri^htone. A European band was ^stationed 
in tb!b- hall lUm played a seloctlnn of music at inter¬ 
vals* ^ Hid Hi^nes-s the Agji Khan arrived at y- 4 ri^ 
uud w*£i grootodaueBt cordially by the assembly. Hi.s 
Highuefis s[jent a few* minttlcs lu talking t^;i the prin- 
jttpatgufiatH;’^An ad^ofirnmeiiT whs then mjulo to Ihe 
rillreriiment hul^l, where Iht* inaii-y did aiupl’ juntb:' 
to the good cheer which w*ii,s ^irevidtl iu abundaui^e. 

Liighnei^ left at iM-'ltJ ti’clock, and wa^ budly 
uhecreil as he left the ball amid expressions of 
beany gned wLshes fimin bis Tiiimerous frlendii. 
His Highness leaves for England on bViday next 
by the French mail steamer Luos, Of late his IJiglmeas' 
name has been ptoiuinemly beflire tlm piddic of Bom¬ 
bay in conned Ion with hbi generous encouragement of 
inoculation. Ills Highness set the example U} his fob 
liPWers—w'ho^e name is a logion—by bclug iier.srimd- 
ly inoculated with Ptofii-.s >r Ilafl1kiti«'^ anti-plague 
serum : and thD was siiQicient to induce hU follnw'cr^ 
to undergo the ojienition. Hi,^. Highness did not rest 
satisfietl ’with this, luit. placed his bungalovic. 
KIumIito B.^ugh, at the diHposal of Pruressor,HLdfkine, 
and with an open hand has given ]>eciiiiiary 
relief tJ those who have been mocuhited in i.'rder thul 
they might Iw able to mi^itain themaelva^ by taking 
nourishing fiTod. His Highness^ great p 0 [>nlarity and 
[jcmiuiil influence fiiinJ an cxpres.sion Lti ihc e liter- 
taiiimeiit held ia his hanutir at the DiLriav Meliel. It 
was a .>p*intanqons movement, ami though it w'as 
^piietly organised, airl«criptmns csuiie in from uU direc- 
tions and the entertainiiienc wa,s quite a success. 


INSOLVENT DEBTORS^ COURT. 


sit- 


THE 


STRIKE OF BRITISH INDIA 

S. N, C0.*S OFFICERS. 


Tiiti LIom, Mr. JiisLK'3 S1'rue hey presided at 
ting ut Ifhc court yesterday*» 

RTS ANANUJKI!: VJRSliY AJS'D ANOTtfliK. 

Mr. Mniiker, on b rhalf of fcho lirr.t iinolvcYri, niipliod 
Lor HU iiiLeriin order, Mr, Haikc^^ iii-Ltruriretl by 
Capmlii an 1 Yaidya. opposed the apnlh* tbion. 
,Mr, Man her ^uict his client ma le on piiry In the 
oitict ut the Clerk ot the Court at 4 p,m,. and up 
to that hour ii > oppot^i tion had lir^en rtjjiirt >*y t}ie 
linvlitor biyoml the usual k^couii Js of oppjMtlcm and 
iLlfldavit of chii to. 

.A.fLor aoiito ili^chsslon, Mr, Raik>^ read the alii* 
davU', which, atHuii.c othuE' tuin^H. Atatud that the in 
s^uLvcHj^ had fraadulf^ntly borrowed Ha. l.tlOd from 
lltswaiiy Gahjaa an 1 aiuLlmr only a day bsforo thfl 
applicaLion in insolvency. The insolvent's had also 
aiade fajs<* and flciitioua enlrlntj rii llusir b^iokj of 
iic< 5 Jiin:, nu t had auppres^d from their seheduls the 
sum of Ra. 2U,tlCK) wtiEeb came into their hundi^ from 
tueie fatber, 

Mr. Manker iu>ked for a wflak's intorim order bo en 
, able tho inaolvcnta Lti reply bn tho ailidaviL agahiit 
I Llienv. 

Hi'? Lordship accordingly gr mtod a week's intenm 

rder* 


YcJtr. Kiiiinaato. 

Ip: _ |t,l97,OOa 

__ C.S37J0CK1 

id:i 1-4 __ 7.iiyii,la; 

ism,;, ..s.ua.ws 

isua-t; _ 7daS.“/92 

UKIa-7 ...... 8.171 .OOU 


Aatuul tTiporir 
U,U:!8.D0o 
....... 0,717,000 

_ 7.7:^7,000 

,..«.., S.BHadKJU 

__ 7,1(12,01X1 

..,„... a.ro'jtOeo 


!t is iKiintcd out lhat mi a rul& the catimiue.a were 
bel'fW the m-tmil creps. If wc usdiiute that the ustiuinre 
far tins reason is as much below ihe Hc:tual yield ns 
tile estimate of the previous large crop of lK'J4-.5, It 
iiiJicatos an out-turn of alioiit 11,UOO,(XX) balC',. 

A copy ttf the report of the French Cnmmereiitl 
M Edition to China bits bMn recelva'l by the Black burn 
Chain her of Coiumtirce, which recttitly sonl t>ut a 
niiasion over neiirly tho iiamo groumL The French 
mi:ssion were away for almost two yeans. They advise 
among other things, that n .special officer .sbonld he 
appuintol as a ‘‘kind of chief cuimiiercial impiiry 
agent,** with hU headquarters at Fokin or Shangai, 
wh-jse duty it ahouLd 1 *ki to move from place, gathering 
inroTiaation from viceroy-4, manilarins, unnsuD, and all 
who can offer advice w^hich would load U* nevr or im¬ 
proved oommcrcial relatioUts. 

Gnu of the greatest and loongest industrial w*ara that 
hits ever alHictcd the United ixingilom may he con. 
tilderud at an umL .Although the re^fiiU^ of the bivllot are 
not yet uiriciaby pviblUlicd, it la known that the major' 
ity in favour of accepting the employers’ terms ■' eu 
bine '' amounbt Ui more than two to on& Nor can 
there be lunch questionL that it would have been con- 
idcrahly greater hml not tho more defiant sMiction 
availed dicm-selvod of tho chance of posing ns heroes on 
the cheap. Knowicig that the majority would decide 
for siirrcndcrH, they tbittercd their own self-csitoem by 
making pretence of warlike resolve. Many otheiv} did 
not vote at all, apparently regarding this nbatention ag 
freeing their ebaractere from any imputation of poad- 
lanlmity. At Belfast, that whimdicai notion was bo 
prevalent that only 410 out of 2,2t)Q men recorded their 

I votfes, while at ShoJOiohl fi& jiec cent, held ahK>f. Theae 
displays of dignity make, of oouise, no difference what^ 


RE AUnUE K.AYOOM 3MpE,r^-\ ^InjlLIIJl^V. 

Mr. Kothare npplicd for nn exton^fon of the 
interim order fJr two months, which was granted, 

HE SADAKA-LI CI1A>'*PARHAl, 

Mr. Kotbare. on behalf of tho iD^'olveiit. applied 
for an extoubion of the intartoJ orderj which waia 
grunted. 

RF. cciWAaji:« jivasje: tvvari.v, 

Mr, Mnnkir applied for the dfijtiliurge of the insol¬ 
vent. Thu I'iLse wo'S an the ot^po^J List, but the 
creditors had with drawn tbcEr upiK>sitiun. The 
|iabiLi:^ica of the {nvolvt.-n% who desctibcil hiiaself as 
a dealer in Mik nn I a speculator in 

ahuto*^, amouir^sd to Hi, lo.lJTJ, wtille hD ms'ae^ts wore 
ntf, .-Lh thn opp.isibian had been wi(.h>ira'.v n, the 
iLLs,uLvunt> was prautofi his disch;vr;ic. 

PfacitARUf:^. 

The f jUowiog msoWeip,s were irrnntcd their 
charge :-^Nowrjjca Huniiu^jee Uoncratj’',oi’; John 
iMnctfrjnisie ; .Arthur Jainen Feruandoa ■ Hyuhi Synniel 
tlooie ; Duyabhoy Nagindus ^ Nanabiml Shunkorjea 
Vagal; Sht'ikTlaJins. Purahotutiijee Ohownkur; and 
Thorn.IS Aleadc, 


{from our CORRE.SFOXDEX’r.) 

CAr.CUTT.A, Feu, y, 

TifE rtouth wind, which hijus been streamitig up fnan 
the Lay of Borigal Aiiice my last letter wixs tfCiiiiefl rc- 
juimis Uic that our ,tll loo short Gidentut cold weather 
is waning. February and iMarcli, tite two la-t tiiid In 
aome ways the two plca-janto^t moiitjn nf the s(*a.-oh, 
always Jiavo to me a sadne-iis of autumn imputted by 
falling leaves, that all the groen gorgetmsneas wiih 
which the ]>ecpuJ U ilcifltcfl fails to remove. In so many 
ways is ihe hot season tho winter of ouctliHcontont, de¬ 
spite I he milled frieiuLbijis and freedoiii from reritroini 
tiuit the heat brings to w'hosc lot is to remain 

hi'ne tlironghoiiL the year, that it is not surprising the 
months which ure at once spring and autuiiiii partake 
more of tJie iatter than of the foriuer. ifiieh as 
cveryljody has complained over Uie sudden termination 
>f the cool ^eatlicr, however, Wc are all rejijiml 
lliat the iiillu-x i>t licut. iios preceded and mdeed 
boon can.Bed by an wlvancing Wave uf d4[ire4Mion 

frein t-he wiist wJiich has brouglit the rain, so 
long defertetJ, u[i-t!7untry. True, it good deal of damage 
has l>tM;u done by Imil to the licULs of poppy w'hicb were 
to W -seen a few day^i back, from the ritilway carriage, 
as a bhiiiCi of white lilu^ijoni,. but ihe cliiinge uieaus an 
appreciable aiuutmt of moxv. fodder fur million- of whai 
woiiM ulherwi::c have i»cen hungry cattle, and it iLllle 
inure preciom water in himdreiL of thoiLsamL uf vil¬ 
lages where the supjdy was likely tu liave ran luw', ho 
U iere ia ruoin for !iiath:faction all the same. Even tiow, 

1 nudeivitand, ihe w he at straw will be very shurtj and 
oven if the spring harvest L nut actually a scanty 
uim. there D liulc hope uf juore tliaii average yield. It 
would no duiibi have been too much. Lo ex|>€!Ct limi 
such a famine i\s the oin; ihruugh wliich the country 
has jiisL passed wunld be followed iminecbatcJy by a 
bu]iJi>ct' season, it is im|H>^ibJc neverthclesH to avoid 
somo feeling r>f disupjiuiuLnicnt, when one thinks wbai 
the fuUiliucul, in thetr enurety, of the bijr premises of 
the eod'ly aiitmim would have meant fur the cniiiilry at 
large. Amongst, other minor benefits 1 may luhl the 
V'uter-aupply of Himalayan hill staiions, which is a 
tiling [iintiqjurtaiii, jjerhap.'?, to the plabis sojuumcr, cx- 
cejii iH> fiu* os it may mean increusiAl or dimmU-hed en¬ 
teric aiiiungst therse dear to him—a consideration, Inm- 
over, winch raL^is it Ut tij*st rate iinpormncc, lu SJmlji, 
in particular, whete (he whole place iLepciids fur its 
wator-HUppJy upon (he snow and rain that fall over n 
very liruLtod iNitchment area, the matter is sjiecially 
heriuujii, jiiiid it lj guod news, tUei'efL^rc, to iiokuy of us 
that the ditst^' minery of the season lA'^fure lost, when 
water Was for a h.mg time ino iirecioiLs to be useiJ in 
watering the mall, is unlikely to im icjKsiLerl this year. 

The Went hci'c of the week hiw uf couDic licen ihe 
strike uf iJie BriiLsh India ottioeiirt. +Syiii]ntthy hits 
naluraliy tended toWiinls the tuen wliu, it Ls aigued 
With much reiiutoib would be very unlikely to risk los.^ 
of advancement and po-y earned, by luqg ytaris uf 
paLietit service utider tlie trying cuiiditinns uf Uie sea- 
iiian^s life, vrithout the best uf cahAcs. Uii tlic other 
hand, there ore some di-ScipLlnanaJis in ilie Fort 
whose disintere^iteduisis D undoLibteLL, yet who 
say that in K^Jtog iqioii strike anil deserting 
theit* %'cr^el:i the men have abandoned rho pre¬ 
rogatives of their ]jO'jitiQii os utUcers, and camiuL 
tliercforO coniplum tf the Company elects Lo coni’mne 
th<? figiiL Whichever view b Uiti right one, wc are nil 
agTCfcd in wUhiiig to isoc an end ui the dispau.*, which 
is not only disha^itlng the business uf one of the targcsl 
shipping L'uuipaniei in Indio, but in cerLuin to caiiae 
much suflcrlug amung.sL the udicers and ihtdr families, 
111 Uie iiitorctjtfii of its ijhaa^jUoldvra the Cumpony hi of 
courao 4:piiie riglit in endeavouring to keep down 
exptiiLsert, but Sic Jamos .Alackoy i-* lar too long-headed 
mull I if business: not ti> know the disadvatilages of 
pitching shell a policy too far, and 1 sludl W Durpvised 
if iiu c»*mpromise bos been arrived at before iJie^m 
liuei apiiem* in type. 

The liilJ iJi fi'ouuer views w'c Iiave been experiencing 
din ing Llie piust fortnight, has been iho liiLl belbre the 
storm, jind the prepmatiaiei which are l>eiJig pitih- 
td on npuii the I'eshawoi* border, for iivengmg 
MiiimLnJ, ineaEi that the Z.akka E-hel are to l«: 
taken in Imiid very seriously indeeiL For the moment, 
however, we are eunleiit to listen to the siorifc 
Vi hjcli sLdi come iu of the t ajnpfdgii, for the 

Mekitoi IlgliLing lia.i not lif*eu u|ion a sfilficicuily large 
.scale, nr perlutp' it 1ms heeu t^io uiuiucmlj succeAiful, 
to have attracted mure Lbuii passing attention. Talkiit^ 
of ihese campaign stories, the very sensational one that 
has foiiinl publLcation in one of your coiuempot'uries 
regimling VVilhatn Lockhari Vhsit to Gale ut la Ih of 
ixinrsc nonsense. Sir William never moved to other 
Hpiarters from Guveriiment tlotisi- durifig the |jertod of 
hiK suiy, and the home rek-grain, of wliieii sso niiidi ha^ 
been imulr, had absuhitely imthing lu do uitJi ilie 
abaiidiiniucnt. of bi.s leave. The fact was lie as iiiai- 
self iiatiiraliy dcsirmi.s of seeing ihc: I'aiupaign thi'i>ugh 
before going home, lu,s heaiih having iinij>roved, and ila^ 
<.kivernmerit of India were very ghul lo be able to ket-p 
him. Alure Ljitervatin:^; than -iich ctlorm of tiie iiuagmuLion 
are the naiTatives that are brengUt to the UalcuLlii. tea 
table by officeni returned from the ireiit. I have beard 
m tiiLs way a nuinlicr uf particulars which throw very 
carious light upon the vays of the iiribc^men ve Juve 
been figlitiiig. For instance, it seems that ^^bet; Ser- 
geuiit VvTdker vos a prGimer, and tbe .Malikp had 
disciissetil ibc pros :nid Coitnf rnid the tiiajurity of them 
had made U|.i lUeir miiicLs to suireiider him to Sir 
\Vdljaiu Lockhart, a minority were agLLitust iloing aay- 
tliiag uf the kin A There being tiu new.-ijjapers in 
Tirab ill which to let. off stuam, however, a typical 
prebest was entered by gettuig into the surrutinding 
hills and tiring into the majority. Tlie latter re- 
pbctl ill itnniar language, and die iccnleni thi'n tet- 
iniiiateil for tlic rime being. Il is .siiid, also, ihat 
ivheu lighting w'as gi.iing on at the frenn. i>fii- 
paihctic agents ivere indiiatriousB^ and with suiuc 
anceeis, at work collecting siibscriptioiLs frum Uiu 
Wiihubis of Eostorii Bengal for the .'iiij nf dicir cn- 
rebgionLsl,«i on lLc frontier. How* much tif the small sum 
that nmsL have iKMiJi raiscrl ever fniuiid ihi way lieyuud 
the pockets of the collectors iis of coui'se very doubtful, 
but the fact thiit ignorant ctiUivaiorij m the least 
niarlial jirovincc uf the empire could be IjegniJeil into 
parting w*ith Imril earned pice on such Hliiuder iml'unna- 
tiun is curiously sigruficaiit uf the sltuatiun. 

1 must not close this letter w*itbout some i-eferenco ui 
the k>as which Calcutta has sii 4 mined in the departure 
of tJie Voucnible and iho venerated the .Aix'hJ.*acyn, 
.Mr. Wei bore McGiirtby MacOarthy, whulc-ft lialia on 
retirement a fow ilays ago. The conlijil send-ofl‘ diut 
was given him at the farcw'ell nice ling in hi^ liunonr 
only cxiircsaed the very general simumcnt of regi^L that 
is felt at the tleparmre frem the scene of his life's 
hi 1 lour of on'C who has always uCbielfishly lievoted biui- 
•sclf to lictil strife and promote guuJ feeling. Ho 
leaves y, wide circle of warm jicts^mal frtcntL behind 
bun nud wdil not be forgotten in reiireiiitsjt. 


The British India steamer Biiuiba, t.'oni man tier G. 
A. JSJiepherd, will sad, to-day, fljr the Persnm Gulf via 
Kitraclii, with a genera! carg^i, and pi^oagers on 
liOard. ComiiuLQiler J. A, lu-ducrtson serves as a ckiel 
officer, Mr. Esinail Abmed n» second olliocr, and Mr, 
AhimbJioy Fakir as third officer. ^[\e carries »he 
iiudL for Karachi and the Gqlf ports. 

-ANTICIPATED SETTJTEMENT. 

It D statjcd that the dispute Iwiwo^n the offii'erw and 
the British Ihdia *S. N. Company is likely tn lie 
isatUfacLorily settled at CoIcuttR very sburtly. and tiuit 
the otfii%i*s w'iU rejoin their resfieciive ve^rfb at an 
eiLrly dote. 

’The Calcutta Commercial t'orraapoijileij.i of the 
/Vortfjerr writi4« I—The a vent of the week in co ionic r- 
dal citclos le. tho iitrike amon^ tho otTiceris of the 
Britidh Itidia Si..cam NavItr:<itioii Coiupnoy* li in 
always VO b:J rexi^tved wheo £»trikes} take p'uce, but 
of coiinte there are uCdsiDa% when p^tienc^ ♦■iawea 
to b3 u virtue, tind it ho-H hjtn said that even the 
■atorm '(ivill vajiii. The Oriibh In iia CotnpiLuy fa a 
very powerful ani prcinperomi coiicein, au j hna paid 
Ita aharehoidefs a cllvhl^n l of lu per ctitC. for Homo 

Cl me pout, lioth ^idea havi^ pot their c.i.se forward 
111 the public priiittE, Uiougb it Ls itJt oxaeJy clear 
what Me^isra, Mackjnnoil, Mtickiinr.esse The 
nicij have delinkte causes 'for di^i^.a"ivcntp aiii they* 
have stated them in a raaioorial to the Board at 
Home. They ask that the agru«meii&of t<be 2<jth of 
Oetdwr l:S:iy. wbatevof It miiy bi, :^bidl b* adhered 
to, and they complain of a breach of faith cn ^he part 
ol tlio Agents. Tfioy Htate Lb at vhe 

ollicars are osk^d to do clerk'a duty,w'hfcU they object 
to. They that hall their ^alan* shall ha paid at 
the rate of Us. to the rupee, mid tbia they c^ball have 
six moutha' Icavo on half pay after live years, sarvlce, 
wlvJi a free passage liomo and out. er after throe 
Y^ars with an assisted passa>^e. Aki:l they also ^lak 
thaci no olficsr shall bs oidoreii to evs master under 
The rocuiKui^d luwest pay of that app'>i 11 tmen^.,name¬ 
ly, TvS. 25U p^r month. Now, tboe demaii Js ore 
quite iiitoldgible, end save t tid except that for the 
pAVLuani^ol iiali salary at 2s very icosoliable. 

1 understand that the British India pay Lfaeir 
office re half tbeic salary ac thti exi*haiige ol La. (hi. 
and halt ol the satariu!^ of Crtieir at the 

exchaujfe of 2s. It is ol cdurs'f thL iuvjdjous distirtc- 
tiuQ that has caused the grievance. It is no douht a 
uialbor cDbiroly bstwoen the tSritiah India Company 
and their lueD whether they wibi concede tbU demand 
ot 3 ^.. wliieh la Oiiuivaleut to an lucreotPO ot one-sixth 
to the pay of the officers, aod tbJs xeally, as it seems 
to me, is toe crux of ijha situation.. 

It w0ii lie remembjcBfi cuat a strike ucc Lirred la^t 
year at Ranj;$ooii cooseguenb upon Mas9r-'>. Mac* 
klEiaon, Macken/^ie aud Co^deHliing: lo put a chief 
officer in command of a ateamar witbotit any ndvancu 
to bis pay. This strike wiU} promptly put an end'to 
by the Miinagln|{ .'Aganta con cedi ni^ the demand, ami 
tdthur bilore or afmr this Lime the ottic-^is tormtid 
themselves into a Guild with n StcretJiry. Tuey then 
addru^vsed a uiemorEal to the Home Hoard lietainin^ 
tjUeir Rricvpni*^. as 1 have sat forth ab^ve, but bcifore 
it roachsd Kn^Lnnd Sir Jamos Mackay had set out to 
investigate the matt-^r on tha mpot. 11cannot altOKC- 
tUQr cjii^ratiiiato Sic James upon the way in which 
he boa carried out the^e iiegotiaLion^, and 1 utterly 
fail to Hee cha evidouca of that cjiicUistory 
spirit upon whicu eoin<e of the papers dwetL When 
Sir JiLtues arrived in India Mcsar.'t. Maf^kiucicm, 
Mackenzie and Go., addre^ised a luttor on the 
JUt of January to tbvir oillirixa inform! ug tbam of 
the facu and statlni^ that ho would Pa ic^lad tP 
receive a siuaU daputiatiou oo tba lUtb of February. 
To this tiho.v recaivod a reply that the Guild and 
its Sfccretiiry must be rocOftRitod, nod the S:?f retary 
avked to call a umotin;; to form the doputation be* 
tore Huy further measures could be discu-^oed. Messrs. 
Machiiixioiii Mackecr/Ju an*! Go., very justifiably 
declined to recti If luso the Guild aod its Secretary, 
and eventually a depuiatioTi was arranged for, 
which excluded Lh.* Gujld, Sic James oaot that rlo- 
potation on Friday, tho 4tih instant^ and HppB(U*a to 
have cajoled the members into ugrecibg tO 
the Guild, pi'ov*idad the otficeis at the outporta con- 
sontodj aiti.Lt u toiegmui 'was aeii:'. to Haiig-'On aud 

Bombay sULtini 4 :—** Sir Jamca ]Muckvy makes it a 
c.inditiun that tho Guild must be 'I'Usr^lred b'*rare he 
cat! take up the ixrlcvniiceii. We nre av^reaahlfl to do 
this if Bumbay aud fiaugoon a^ree/' The chic;re nt 
Bombay u 11 1 Bani^uou apparently old not sco their 
way to lru4t tfiemselva^ to tho binder mercies o' Sir 
James Muckay, and os the result a strike too^ pUc^. 

Viewing the matter dispassionately 1 think that 
Sir Jaiutis Mackay had lu right to mak-s such a 
demand He woa not bouni in 11 ny way to 
the Guild, but between tfiis itud iusi^tin({ Ou its 
beiD>( dissolved O-s the C'^ndlitjob prt:cjUeiit to 
ui-cussiug the t;t*Iovaccct* of lIiej men, there ii a 
very wiiie dUl'erenc;. If Sir -laiU'J^ Mackay, 
vfas nctauted by an hcuDit and desire to 

redretH vhe i^rievaiic is of the men he shouM have told 
the in what he WA:i prepared to do. ani be m e^ht 
thori hit VO sogigosted that tf ibj wjJliog to 

iuoi:t theiiL Co extent thuy shout '1 nt all events be 
xvilUiig Lo iii^ei. him tu the extent that there ahoubl 
l3e no Guild of offic.^ of the cjiupatiy manaued 
by other th&n limj ;coiupah>'s einpioyifii. Thi» 
wuulu have bit^n -an exe...:ediTi Jy reo-'ioiiiblo aTi'l 
Liroper decision ; an*I if the men bail struck then, tUR 
synipathtos ol all rii^ht-thinkmg p^iople would nave 
baeu with Sir Jitmes .Mackjjiy. b*L^lUse 1 I'an quite ?iee 
how undesirable F would ii; that there should it 
Guild of officers of the British In iiit CumpEiuy wlib a 
paid Secretary aulely depen Jeui. on the pay for hla 
living, ami therefote with r^vey iiniucfm^jini. to stir up 
ttubjttutii of diiTereiic? lie tween the ui beers ai*A their 
cuipto^erj). That tin; men have grievam e^, 1 tliink, is 
generally a(iuii(,:.ed, uni all the grievancjo, o-s sot 
forth in the publir priuts, eicrpt Mic questh-in ol pay* 
lU'jnt in iitcrling at par ; are grievancjis that ought to 
be redrei^isud. Sir Jam'?^ Muckay would uppaicn-lj 
like to have a giaiit^s streiijth and, wban he bad *?iJt 
iL, to use like a giant. 

The mufitor one ol some public nomenc, 
the laying up ot these sreamere m.-^&n'i a 
ol ill lia's coasting triLde. 


, b^eiitis^ 


UOYAL BOMBAY YACHT CLl 
K EG A TT A. 


Tre totAl number of dt'^aths registered in Calcutm 
during the wec'k ending 5tb Febniary wna 271, against 
2.52 .and 275 in the two i/recst^eding weeks, aijrl higher 
tliiin the coreesihjnding week of last year by l-Y There 
were J 1 deaths from cholera, against H and 3 in tiie 
two preceding weeks ; tlie nuiuljer Ls lower than the 
avenige of the psist quinquetiuiiiiu by 12 . There were 

2 dcatto; froro sinall-{»ox during the w-cek, against 

3 in the previou-S week. There were 3 deaths from 
tetaatis agniiut. 5 In tke previnxis week. Tlic mortality 
from fevere aud bow-el-cuinpIuirjLs amouiUed to fib aud 
33, respectively, against 07 and 2 iJ in the preceding 
w'cek. The general dcath-rete of the week was 303 
per miJJe per aruium, agiiihat 3i2'6, the mc^aa of the 
last live years. 

A ORKAT fire broke out in fkdombo, at 2-30 a,iii., on 
Saturday. The major portion of Hulhidor MiUa, be^ 
tongmg to Messrs. lYeudenberg and Co, (the aeniar 
piixtaer of which firm ia the German Gotiscil), haa bead 
burnt to the gFound. Enarmoua datuage bu already 
been done and the fire wuis null amoulderiug late ta the 
day. The military were called out to a^iat tho firetooii 
and the police 


Fciiruc o]}in1oii is stil! active rcjjardiiig the prepi>Heil 
Itoyul Itttiiilenec in Ireland f LiM Ashljoiiriiti pre- 
Hidud on J:ui. 2b at n nu?eling of tlic Trinity i^jllege, 
Dublin Historical tSocictv, w'heu a ilebitto *‘in (JiilS 
subject uxik place. Lorii Ashbciurne repeat Cii once 
mere tlie oto'Ious fiict lhat tUia was iiu party ijuestioti. 
They as Iri.slimen. might differ from Cjicb Mtlier *ui 
many siibjccU of the iliiy, but there was no reason w hy 
on this ijuestion they shuuld wn all unite and tsmsider 
it from an indcpCTident of view. M'^hen the 

Duke and Duchess of York caiuo over to That country 
there WBfii a KtUiiee of all diflci'ences, uud from one 
end uf tlie country to the other Oiey were receiveil. 
with that genial sympathy which w-iis marked in 
the Irish race to illustrious and ilistingui^ihefl 
visitors. Tho Ptincit and Princess were ilehghted to 
^ee the country and the people, and were enornimisly 
gr-ilified by their visit. There wa.s no use in disturb¬ 
ing this queation by the intradtictifin of extraneous 
luattor, such an the question of the Vic«royLi Ity. When 
the qtujstion wb-s raised Ihe^t^ would doubtless be 
many who would bo in fitvour of retaining it ; but it 
w jis nut a question bound up with dmt of a Itoyal 
rosidsiice. Nu one waatod anyone give up their 
independoDce cr patriotism. Were thero^ not great 
national luimiitfifjes derivable from it I Surely, not 
one -wanted to dispiira^ Ireland i n so fur a-S it 
a country attm<rtive to touriiG. Pcr=ionally, Ijc^nl 
Aihbourne wyirid be voty glad to sue a Itoyul residmee 
occupied pretty frequently ; but bo adiiuttod that it 
was very hard to say whether the difficulties could or 
would be i^urmonnreA 

Uarkly ia flo imtch double cx^riciwcd iu getting 
jurymen together for the Mmlraa Rij^ Gourt S^iona 
flH has been the case duriwg the past week. One caae 
has hfld to be ndjoumed and two oases part heard to 
be retried owing to the illo^ of jnryuion in the niidrile 
of the caises. This morning five juryinon were absent 
from the Court when the roll vnx oalled, and HD 
Lordship, Mr. Juj^tice Shephard, in the exerebic of his 
powers, imposed a fine im each case of Bq. ItX). 


EXTRA DAY. 

TuKili': 13 always :ui oxti-a day o|)oa, |ninci pally tor 
rowing raci^, uml ilie amuigetncnt U goncrolly pro- 
ilucivf uf suiiiti exciting ninte-l-^, and the cTuburis,*,Tii 
of the scauion from the men-o'-war lu liarbuur U 
euntagi'Oii-: and spreiuis to the -ij»ectaU}r>i. \ i^kcrdiiy 
races weri no esccfitioii, and the bidlf^ and fuejiibcrs 
w'Jio raiiiv alKjard tlis 1 toiimuttL'c vti^'rol eujoyeil an 
entertaining itfiernitou's 'purt, and the interest w'as 
Rcarc'dy aUuwetl to l.'ni'ort iinalely tlu-unly sail' 

ing race—for buaU of the Pumflet ebifs#—wn-i not 
finished owing ^to an accident w*hich 1mp]Kmed to one 
of the couijjetitoi"' while munding the first in.rrk The 
Black Dutmond turned over, anti aa uIl tho others 
w*enl to her libi^i^Dtantbe race was abaufluneil, and 
will be sailed at the firet i-onvenient opp<irtiiniiy- The 
ordci* of the prograimii^ w^vl ma siricUy adhered to, 
ud it was found iiupoa.-ililc lo get i^.uiie of ihe compet¬ 
ing lutatrt t4>gethcr at the vchctlulctl times. The gresitc^t 
iuterest uentretl round the races for the bjuti from 
II. M. .■^liii>'- in harlxiiir. and an exciting roci?—tor 
tonr lo stx-oared VaiaG—was won in gtmd time 
by ibf AssJtye’'i whider. TIm; tiiinl moe. idthough tiniLHl 
to 'ttai'l al -' 1 -I. 5 , w'jj.-v the Is^t to be got away and 
won by the jWayes cutter, lengths aw.iv tivim Hu* 
jjciiond arrival—the Plassy's Iw-tiiL Mr. Jbchanl^-ui, 
to w'bom the ;iftei-ncjon's ennlests are more or 
tine, acted aa sitartcr and judge. The toilp>w'ing arc 
the ]>art iculars :— 

Race.—B oats of the Puiuflet Cl ass on tba 
B. B, Y. C. h’jC* EriLronui Ra. 3. I si. prii;^, lia. 25 ; 
!iu:i pri;<?, 31^. 10. Fou* bj-ato to st.art* or 10 iecaii'l 
prii?:!. To start ut 4-0 pan. 

Gutiise No. 13* viz., from Corntnittue; Ves?:iel round 
Middfij Ground Buoy, leaving I^: to Jit irt>[>ard, roun d 
Alarkbaat with '* K ' flog at ^outb Troopafiip Buoy, 
lenvlii.;jtto biiarhoiird, buJ tbeuc3 to Cc}iiiiiitt6eo 
Ve^aei. tTwIc3 routifLi LcR^nb o!V 3 S tniled. 

The enf ricii were :— 

Hjofa Name, Kniercl hj 

Jangii Billl Mr IS. Cumber 

lloHfl Hud C K Fifimer 

A-T™ T--LiftuM ol fJ W Bcyd 
H ack DianiOncL ..._...,.Comdr G Stieueii 
Lisle...-*. L* ^Vofsptn 

All live entries cr[]ti?4?il the Hue to a good anj even 
start and ^itood away up to the Midi lie Grcmnd Buoy 
in n bunch. Almost imiiieiJbnely after rounding the 
Buoy, Black Diamond turne;! nver, and all the 'jtheiS 
sUkkI in Ici a-ssisr., the race being abaiJ4kuie*i in 
concii&.jiicucc. 

ROWIXU MATcakf. 

l^tT Rack.—*' Torpedo Boat's Punts.” Two meu 
aud nu rufldern allowed- Naiiva crews. Entrance 
free, 1st prize, Rs. 5 :2nd prize* 11^. 2, Four lioAts to 
start or no tiecand prize. 

Course—From Flug^tafr Sboat Buoy to flnfaZi 
between CoumJttee Ve^ivl and Yacht GJnb Flag* 
atolf. 

Boxts' Clamber. Hatered by 

> 0 , lUO _ Licut Ip a HiobardaDa 1 

Nok. 103 ... S 

No. ins_ **0 0 

No, iOi do u 

No. 10ft _ do 0 

No. IDS on 0 

Seven entries were handed in, but No. 101 did not > 
get up to tho starting place, ^D. Daniels got them ail 
away to a good start ; and No. 100 took the lead 
throughout and won'from No. 103,- 

awD race.—F oot to FiJx oared Man-a'*War and 
< bona-ffda sbipa" boatd* European crows. EatraoD* 







































































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THE BOMBAY GAZETTE, THTTRSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1898, 


Rb to j :ioci prixo, lU, pour boota 

to or Tio m^cort^J pr{j;i\ 

Ck^Qiv^-'l'roiQ y&sMtl round Mflrkixmti 

10 tbe d^retrliLon ot TiirlMr rjeiw^iun, louvlnfc It to i’ort 
Hud batik l» ilnjtih Ij-L'lwoen OoiuruJUtse V't^aacil nod 

YacliiCliiil V'iniC'tiatr Dtstcnnce ali^ut l‘S5 lude:!,. 

Bout 'a nnoitn KnteroJ By 

11 M si AMuyt^^n Whaler >iO InLt 1^ li UlDlwtiioa I 

H M I'UiNQy'li 6c Couiflr A U l^rar.tHih R N £ 

11 M ^ Atoi*r*ii.itt‘if VV hiiler Ut i* tl ItlutjazdHDn 0 

II SI a Plj 4 Mi *8 WhuJcr ,, fit Ooniflr A h Pnm(M% K N U 

Five bijiiti euteml, but only four eame iip to the* 
line- tho Aartiiytj'i Cutter No. not ?itjUT.mg. A t^pItiJ 
rmce wiw iiifuie up to the jVtarkhtmt i*uJ iv ^uie finialt 
Ijt’twwjn Uu‘ A-'«*rtye^!( WaFftr Ncj. 1 ^nd tiie Plussy's* 
Galley^ vmh'A in die former jutit ^tting her ntine home 
li -*4 than ,% 4 Uttrter of n lu fmat of the Galley, 

Whaler n v^pod third. PluAsy^H Wlmh;r 

nowhere. 

Uhd Rack.—E iuhL oarod ami over Man'O AVar and 
Uonts Kuippeaa ereis KDttanoo 
Ita. Int prixe^i 5il ; ^Ziid prixxi. Its, 15, Vaur Ixiata 
to btart Mr up aucond prlxe. 

CuCFt‘Ut—From Ootuuiiu^ Ves-tel round hdinrkihjnt 
In the nirectiuu of NutCU h^aratija Buoy* round FLa^« 
atatf Shoal JJuoy« leavl iij{ lioth rnurlCA to Port, and 
janJihlD^ 1>etweoa Cluiuijuttee Ves.'iet hdU Yacht- Giub 
l^lasatau. UihLaneo irlvut 11 lullea, 

Uoata'a Dafnci ttnlered by 

It M a Cutler Ll L U Riohi r^cKiD, t 

H M CaUvr .. ut a, rrOmdr A it FratLCt? (J 

H M AtijiHinJa'a CuUur .. Lt I.- JI tUohardwiTs ii 

TIh.' Plawiy'w iMmi a wligiit advanta^ ut tho 
•LarL^ biiE all three m>t well under weigh, and until the 
FlrkgHtatr Shoid Buoy was |mL:sed and roiuided it w^m 
atiylsHly'» race. The Pla^sy a t 'utter rounded tirnt, but 
coliM not stay^ J 4 nd the Aji^aye a cruft wiilkcfl: away 
atnl wtiti Ivy Ifui^ih. 

1th Rack.—" Torpedo Boat'd Punts/' Two mau 
and DO ruddera alJoweit, Kuiupeau craws, lHutranct^ 
tree, iat prixe, Bs, lU and :lnd prixe, Ks, 4, Fuur liuat> 
to start ui' no »ec':jnd iuke. To start at o^5 p.iu, 
Codyse,—Fruio Shoal Buoy to Unlsh be* 

IweuQ. Cumtuittea V'esael and Yueht Club 

B04t^ I<t}uiuLKir, ICnUrrfMl by 

IQl.*,-.-,,-*.-..****—****L^cttt L II I^hartbua 

100.. do 

lori,,do 

-*—*.** do 

J03_„___*„ do 

lOI... do 

106.. . do 

NIr. Ri [ilmrci^Dn uflieiated a^ stnrler, and lowed 
hL-» fjitrie- ujr to the alurting buoy. All got uw;ty w«-dll 
lt )2 lairuMiLV away with u tend, whidi it uiuiutauiivl 

and ereiiluiiUy lutswil fin*L A good rtecottd. 

Ill'll ItAiJi:— VueUts' nioj;xhJd-S, 12 feOt Ohd UDiler 

tiotdtrfctd^ Veelitsoti tUe H, B. V, C, list, to ^vO 
pulled by tho Veiftats' regular saljiug cfewH. En- 
trance tree. Ist pdx< 7 , 10 ^ ;tiid pjrIZG, lit, 5, Four 
froata to ritart or no accond prize. 

Course—Proiu Fla^pvtaU' Shoal Buoy to tlufsh lie- 
t ween CuillluUXau Ve^sui and Yacht Club Flai^tstaiT, 
Buul'a nattir Kiitered by 

Plxlc'a Um^by ...Mutt.-m K R flilUvthttni 

lo.d (■ iloweu I 

Tur'jiiotnuS , . {Vtr 1C ^ iiuard 

Corttiici^A ,* „,«,^.Mr O H byruu 

JnTixik bull.. ... ,,Mr m Cumber 

lUM; Hiiii , H,-.. . „Mr C IC Fulmer 

Miilpdy*n UhiKbr ,— Mr I B H. Maebctb 

K^smvi't » Mr W Hytuaud& 

AtannUciti^a ■* _t^UVeen* H A 

ISuiUa^a 4i C T RSooveU 

AiAr^'ji p *11 W Boyd 
LhnKtar,, „,J P ijbr> euul 

AH eleven dinghies won.' low'cd up to sturtimr 
]»ifinL, and won- guL away to a goii^l sitart* A plucky 
puli gave tha tint place to tho Ptxie’i Ibughy ' a gixij 
awcutul, and tlio Coralic's "'liulo ^uu in tliiid place; 


NFWS OF THE DAY 


Cr.itxv^KL Nftt liiw been apiJ'^int&il lo eoniiiiami 

the R^tyal Artuiery, Timh Ficltl I'Vjrcc. 

Gk-Skiial STTjr^MAS lia.’^ retmned from leave and 
rfMunied coiiijiiaTnl of the Burlua ilisLriel, 

Nfi further nvw;i of i]:iLert!:nt liu.'i been rercivol froth 
t.-(jltinel Mayne, and it i.-i thcitjfoic presttruod that 
niAtters are rajudly settling di^wn in snuthern BaltichLi- 

iao. 

Sin PoWEii. PAi.aitm w not likely Ut resitiiie' muu 
iiiabd of the Punjab Frf.mtier Forccj aw his aervice.’t 
will prubaldy nspiired iu ujjnncction with tku'I'irah 
Ev:p&ditioivnry Force up to MjircU JJl.^L, when lie has 
bi VAcato hlrt rfiilHUintivu [>at+t, G(?ner[il t.'urriu Bird 
will Lhei'eforc continue to olticiate as t/omniunJant of 
the 1\ F. F., and will l»e coutiTmed in this np]Kunt‘ 
uieiit oti April Int This will leave General JenningH 
undisturbed at Lucknow', 


FOUKTU DAY, THUllSDAY\ ITra FEBRUARY, 
ClASA A, 11 rap Rar e. Stai t at ^ 2U p m, 

tiritue, Kntorad by 


Naa ta„. . 

Chita,,,.., 

UmlI 


.***-...Mr C T It tJeoveU 

:.Mr C K Palmer 

, ,u.»t .-... I 

tr bfid^ i ^ «...._Mr W I* ay a load 9 

ttirtiia -.,7,..,..aiir*-Li>Col 1 1 W Uoyd 

iiA'”r*rr/’r._ umc^ u a 

M : irj_Mr F a utde 

CouHHU No, U (levorsed),—rroiu Commltt^o Ves* 
ael round tbo two Rod Chnonol Buoy a, W, N W, 
and N ul liuLehort? UbiJid ce^peettveD* ivund B. VV, 
11, S* Ouov < N\ N- F3. ol EtephAnta Island), round 
Burnaclo Boac-uei And thence to Conituittoo VeuacL, 
leaving ali uiait;-* to poit Longth of noui^ I5'f? uiliea, 
UlaiB B. a rap Raru ctatt p. lu. 


UlatiH 
lioai n uamu, 
PixLo ..*», 


Uniervd toy 
VV, Mutrar 

Muaani. R, SmothAin and 
O, j£, il'vw9e 
R, Hauhmii 
h;, C. RiMluvrda, 

C, H. Hyn>u 

C, A. 1C. Cram malJii 

Udlesra, IL A, 

Hunibr, w. ctittiullcr 
.g . P, liAird, 


Title e,'Uiipaign run llic Nnnh'Wjiit Frontier, re* 
murks i\ cc}nteiJi|.jorarj, ha.s sorverl to r^how that many 
of tlie seveti-pounder tunZKlc-lfvinliiig guns v^ith the 
Native mountain batteriiin. arc completely worn out. 
At leint obo lilts burit while in action, and others 
have lieen cupnilenmcd an un.serviceul)lc, Jt wcuhl he 
udvdsithle lo have ovctTii guti t&^ted by armoiirem ; 

and thi.s, we understand, is be dotur. The aeven 
pnunderH have l^cn in uso for nuiny years, and it is 
not to be etjjccteii thiil they can last for an indclu 
nite niiuilHjr of years. 

RKyKuRi.vo to ihc Madras Polo Tourniirnont, the 
Jaiun writes Ll is to be ho|aHl tliat this will be the 
prt5cm><jr of iu:iuy iuorw .such toumatnent-s. Of late 
i>‘do iu Madiiks has 1>een in a bail way, the lowest ebb 
Wing reached Jaial year when a tournament was held 
by local pLayeri ^lividing ihem.selveid off into three 
teanix and trying ooncliisioiiA With each other. It luis 
not always la'*ea thus. During Gird Wenluck’s 
the Government House team, cotnpoHod fif such players 
lUi Major Lawley, Captain Baring, Gjtd Doughis Comp- 
ton anil Captain LiHcelle^, were about os hot a lot to 
taclde os cimld l>c foil ml anywhere in Imiia. Mounted 
on thi? chcsiieHt pmies then tfj bo fiiuad in the i^ith 
they ** ran rings " roiiuii tii-irtt. of the teams which TOey 
met and had matters nil their own Way. 

BaLrcTi Khas i^.vcTsniRWAuN^T, who has hist met 
his death iu at'tion near Turbat, wrltea iJio “Pioneer/' 
is a cousin of the relebralcfl Azad Khan of Kharac, In 
Wepttuiilier 1881, Wing then somewhere Unween WO and' 
lOti' yeitm of ngri, A/.iul Khan nule in from Kharan to 
Nu^hki, and had an interview with Air, Barnes, now 
Chief t VimtulsHiouer of Bahji«histan, He died the nc.'Ct 
year, and left to Baluch Khan a legacy I he hi mail r 
i^r MUccee^ling lum as the fviromijist I'roehootei' of (he 
I'ctxu-BEvhicIi bonier, Baiuch Khan was in Cbietta in 
June 1'‘<P7''—a tine-lookiug inati nf hroiid build but 
tuediiini stature, just 114 Azod Khan was, and, as his 
dyeil bcaixl wuggcjited, already past the prime of life. 
He hifcul friendK in lyiuetLa then who toi>k a pride in 
introducing him as the prjncu of nvidei-s of hi.s day. 
Unfortunately for him the feeling of unrest wl/udi wivs 
then stirring the breast of uniLoy :l lialuch idiieftuin, 
and in Augudt and ^eptcmlior had to put dow'n 
in and around yucLta with a hard hand, mcilcd bun 
to forsake the safer game of harrying rh*/ Vorsian 
border for that of fomtiiUing hcudittg rdicHion 

ngamAt Govtcinmont of India. He has p,iid 

tlie peni*./i,y with hit life, eourting deatli, when he 
I only defeat Iwfor*: ljiiit| like a brave mail. When 
Boluch Khan tueei^i die ^bode of Azad Khun in 
the happy htinting'groiimis, be can him in the 
face. Both wtirc brave mcTu There Is another shade 
that both In ay have met—-that of thw inan who made 
Ibdtioiiistaii and near Ltw Bejla, To him Bahieh 
Iv1ian’» greeting nin.y well buvti l>eeii 1 “ Had you but 
lived 1 had not yet been here.'" Thu dny‘^ of .suixirstition 
are gone b^'. It Is no^Iimgcr tt £a w^otfe to consult an 
oraole or invoke a spirit, Wejs: it not so, we would 
HiiggCMt that a deputation, 1 h? It of Balnch cliiuC-^ nr of 
PuUticftl Dili vers or GitU> should make a pilgrimage tn 
that tomb near Lus Bcyla and iietitum for the a^iatu^ 
of the spirit that lies there, A breath of it, many l>ohovf, 
woulil allay the uni'csr iu liAluchlstan. Let ua remciii- 
Irier, lniwever, that that spirit does live tii the prcstuit 
Chief Cotamisiitoner, for ya^ar* th« i>u|jil of tbv nm-ster- 
inind, anri that he, if anyiino, cun show the Balucli 
Chief that the Sjuuieumn irudilion Ls not forgoMem 


THE CITY IMPROVEMENT BILL. 


TmutU 

Or «o«t .*H *.. -*- — *-* -*** 

I’iirAllc .. 

KU«oa. - 

Miitset --» .-,*** 

Aiiiy,..*.*-- 

Lorn A ..,, -,., -.-., - »* ' 

CauRsK No, IU.—From Coiamittoe V* 8 koI round 
Tutki'^ I hull on, leaving It to pore, round the :l I{od 
Channel Buoy*, W, N.;W. and N. ut Bute her IsUnd, 
re H L>eet i ve 1 y, laav i ng > m tJi to !!itaroorU, rountl At ark- 
b:mtH wltti^'K' llag on Mooriuns Buoy, N, E, of 
Butcher Island, Leaving it to »!r.ar!iyurd, round But- 
diet B.ou'jo leaving it up tiuoi^ljoarO, and thence 
|s:}uad North Karaitia lluuv leavdug It to T^tarboard, 
iinUldng at CommRleo VoMiCl. Length ot course 
Id'ol uiile.s, 

Shlo's liofttA B e e, in Scrvlcj Rig- Start :J.u p, in* 
i-amv. Kdtureii lif 

H M )3 P>j;sa>'s Cutler . bt anil cumr A U l^raaeo, R N 

H M » M.»K-lAlii's CutterAir ticj VV SUvvHUir 
It 1 M iluvkyaid •uiier.„..,*,.’tir A Morjk 
H Al S Cimwr, ,...< + I;* JlrtKel*. R N 

11 MHAhy^ieilaV Cult .r„.P,KL.iifut C H liLctoardson 
H M li Atoi -idNnia'a Gutter.,,., Ciuat C H IticUanUxin 
11 il S ala's tiallry... Licut L 11 IbchnnLsoa 

Ni», P. -From GotiitmLtQe Vessel round 
Tucker ticacou loiiving It to port, rouml lln-l ChaoDci 
Buoy. \V, N', of Butcher Island, Lt*avmg it to 

Atarboara. round Noll li Katunja lluu^, leavlug tt to 
AtiirlHJji.ru, and thance 10 Coiuioittcto \ cjacI- 
oT ci>ui&i> uiltv!*. 


JOgtll 


TAC'FICAL UIFLB *VlEETINa. 


J^sdtK yi'flrt tha iSmubay Light liotiHi and thi' 
JriPiuliay Vi)hiiikier Kifle .VHsodljitluij inlrmlucoil a UcW 
dcpartiirv in ciinTus iiuti Mntfi their ,tunri,il ritlnf niiKit- 
mg ill rcsj>tci. t-vrenain -^javriuJ iiuvtchos, the ubject of 
Abivb w:oi trj vm-mrage gisrtl ttnim .shiHitiug aiull tbo 
discipUnc Tlto'^e ttmtelie-; thiowu o|ai(i to all the 
Vulumv^'r ^'I'lpii in B*on hay, .oid .v sue of ihoif leatiis. 

ifKik pvt. This year a L'Miiibliivrl ^ractlcal 
Mt^vliiig to Isi hr hi miilcr l.bc iiiispiL'its of the Boiii' 

l»ay Light ibe f^uiibay V'iduiiteer iCirtc'ij the 

Bitmbay Vi-hintiH-p* ^\n'i lUui-y, lUc G, I, l*, Ry-i mid 
tiu:' B, B, and < *, I. itj. Vobintcivi, iind an ETCCiitivc 
l\mimiLtci-, of rvpfcseiiiati\cs fnjm each 

I'oTff’, has ihawn up a very giHul pntgrAimnv of matrhcd 
t* K» buhl 00 Santis * 'nlK KiH: - Baitgc.s on Mnmlay, 
Ak' Tlk Marnli nerb 

Kmh ( or|<i ■ifl'ti riht?d Rs, loj to the g-'iienJ 
ftoJiLi ami L he t^oiotuiaoe have Itceu jible to LiuTCAse 
rtr' amotlnt. of pri^.r ^ -tuT previmLs yvius Bui the idea 
w disicounvg'' “ p*n lutmmg,'^ and atcnrdingly the 

C i/.v- Lov not foi’ lotbfiituub but forteatmi of sit fh'awu 
no inm (.’oiu|iMi>. diwfling under survive cHudiiioini. 
^ 1 -' - iHrauvi’' fis*i very Jimull. and ii is liojH'd there 
•rill to; A largii luimbci of teams uiiteriug, W s* give 
Itoom the pronpi^itiM i w|*ii’h call be oboiiiied oii ,a)>pll* 
«ai»iri fpJirt lH« rM'cretAry, Lieutetiuut A, t', t.lwcn, 

11, Ik and C. 1. Railway Voluuteci'S) tJjv r^ubjomed 

partiouKrT 

L — YuU«y Flrln.^ OtJinpOtiiloir. Open to 
y^ioS^at Alit, out a'lovia iim ratiL at corporal, Irum 
itiy a lie truup ar •ompany. Eutranc j tee—R m, 3 pur 
uaio 'ffLTget—feat iiy 4 foeu. pnJutud with llgui>;s 

i>Lji^iiw;i 5 —oUO yard*, No, ol Vuiieys—Five, Puttltjon — 

Aay MiJitAry. 

Match ll.—'Roi^dtog Brtirtkra. Opuu to tOAm*i pf 
tAx not iJkiva Urn ifUik of c^rpumb from anyooe 
•GuHmtiy or twp, lAitruiice fee-^. 3 pur Team, 
pk/L--tI fcot Uy 4 feet, paluBfld wl*a ilgures. 


r»L« end 2U0 yards. No, of rounrU— 
isven, 1 * 0 * 16 * 00 -Ajty Military, Time aUowad—liour 

HI -CyMHU-Itidupoiidenll Firing*-Open to 

If r i-rka All ra*fc-, from any i:oaipiiny or troop, 

J2l\uVtcam, Bo»ltloQ-Any Mill- 
. - tUJ adoweil-FWo miuuto:^, Ch,taDce-oLd tg 
V* of ^ouu 1 U-^«^vcn. TargeLi.—ind claiM 


,Na, of rounUa 
o/lnar ■Vnii.*--'- I" 

Mall b lV.--riid4 

mot above I h» 

SLiouldots, aIx ill 


tiling,—Mpeii to toams of »*i, 
U. ot I irpotal, IrcHu any oa« com- 

town of llea^i «iid sbouldoi 

Diktat] c >5 -13 nkao VV u, l\iMklou—Knuullafi. 

v"^»oll*y CamtictiUon -Open to 


row, 

TJina 


Filing 

[uaina from tho -. - 
»ui.jo»,, RiJtrATiei * 

wrlxe 119, »ril yriM R'*- 

Match io'^niTr uunt, ofVttiiio ot pool ahot* 

*MaS>^YlL,—'t£oT*lv 0 r Matcli-—Open to Qt 
»d N. C. Oll^certo, Conditioaa, EntrunOft 

_T.TO u.lDtitoea tor oneh trfx roiin<lu. Servlet' 
liyoivi-M- SI* ^hoU right, band, single practice, Sts 
2 kjU left ba^d, Biuglw practice. M^b 
DUclnca 2* jarda* lal prioo 
3 lrd prlxa liA. id. 


Owing to pros^aro on our spaca we were uuable 
to Kive in. Tuuiiday'a isauo the ram a rka made in tha 
course of tlie Hoo, Dr- Bbalchaudru KriAhua^ji apuuch 
un Uiti Uniinclal a^pectu Qt the BUI* The hODOurubLe 
tutombjr aaiU : The iinauclal pro-visfon!i uf the Bill 
i:all Cur cloi ircruttny and attontloo, I have con- 
tiutted At^voral dnundal experts o-h well expe* 
riuncvd lawyers in rottacd to their cLuar maaulnf;. and 
1 uui cduiiitmiDed to remark that they agree with me 
la LtoiDkiog that thu claiiMea are fraiueiJ lo a isorue- 
what complicated and aLabiguouia manner and 
Eer|ulm to be iimdo more Jucid aad iuLelligible* 
Section 1*2 make:! rather a lorKa order on the Muoi' 
Cipoilty which D further empuanized by S^ctiooa 7ll 
auG 7L in the Jeltor ot the Qovmaiucnt to the 
Gorpuriitiun your Excellency wa» pleased to vouch¬ 
safe uu iiAsuranoe that the Bill would contaio 
proviHion “ for ruabrlctioD of the special rate to be 
Iiupaseil !.□ a maximum of 2 per c^nt. In any one 
yuar,” The Bill under coueLderation does not 
cjLLtain any such provisioD, hut* on the contrary, 
opoDs out an undefltied vi?ita of UahUity on the 
Corporation, and cofafce:» it by what I may vealure 
to ciail t)m *' Bliidg.eoii Clauses.” As Section 
Alande ft eutaflA not only a heavy liability on the Cor* 
pQration but ibreateuu very seriously to cripple and 
disurganlxe the duaoce* of tho Muncipahty already 
AhatLured ua they are by the heavy demand made by 
the plague Mnce lai't year and-a-bolf. lathe face of 
t'he AcitiiLiraLLcu giveu to the Corporation that only 2 
per cenr., of the total rateable value of buiJdlogA and 
IjiuUa iu the city vvoulo Ijc thto annual iiabiUty uf the 
Corporation the See lion inuoiiucee a new htirden in 
the Eihape of the Haialkhore tax oe an additional 
contribution, atid the wlioJe ot the general and 
HaluLkimru taxcA cm the properties that vrllL come 
into to.xJ^toueu under the new ivcheuio, oa well a* on 
ihe properties which will be eituatod within iO fact 
of the oew tree to that will be made by the Trust 
minus the cost ot collecUau. coosurvancy, ^c* It 
would be well to define exctly the Ijabliitlod ct the 
Corporation whatever they may be, whether ^ 3, or 
4 and even 10 per cent,, instead of leavleg toum 
vague aud ambiguous, bacaiise it friU be very dlfU- 
cuit both for the Commissioner and the Standi eg 
Com mi I tea t s fruma the annual budge to, and to meet 
Che demands of the Trust which win ba ever iDtireaS'- 
ing under the vague and ambiguous clautuis of this 
section., I would venture 10 eugjra^t. that the contri¬ 
bution of the Corporation sboutril>e d-xed at two per 
cant. only, recovering the excess of uxpenJibure by 
diitrlbuting it over ton areas improved upon, ana* 
loguus tu what I UDdcrstand is provided Lo. the Eug- 
Ush Housing Acl:, It will also ba advjsale to make it 
clear w hether the taxation will ba Included within 
the l'£ pur cent, limit tlxed by the Municipal Act or 
whether it wiU bj exclusive of It, Section 
<i) tetjuired shat the first instalment of the 
ixmtrtbution of the Corporal I on shall bo paid on the 
1st April, lUUO* Tbia is bjth hard and unfair, because 
the ollicial year ojimnoncsn with that month, and it 
will naSi hz possible fur the Municipality tj make 
the payment without serious iiiconveniciica an'l Iosa 
OS the coliecLJon of taxes coinmeuce in that month. 
The Miuiuiitipallty, as is well known, has no le^erve 
Ijalaiice bi*{.-uiise all its aurploa CEisb baluiices have 
been swept aivay by the FJague operation, and there 
U Uii likeltliood of reserve revenue accumulating for 
years to cumo. How Is tho n 10 ney to be obtauied by 
the Munieipallty and how is it to moot this heavy 
demand i The current revenue cannot supply these 
demands, Ln April thu Municipality to ensure its own 
sLabinty moat meet a charge ui 4j lakhs ol rupees for 
interest charges for its loans. April in the month In, 
which ccinec::.ton 9 for general tax comniencB, while in 
Maix^li 111 the ordinary course of thing*, that being 
the last 1110 nth of the o flic Lal year, payments exceed 
receipts, l givo figures for five years ending with 31st 
March, tbb)7. which wlin>ear me out in my conben* 
tlon— 


to Qlboers 


Major FAimihO'rMEk Hucceeds to tbe cxjuiiiuind of 
the 13lh IlcniJ.'d Infantry, vice Mujur Bin.;^bain 
vacatoiL Gil plain H, M ^jtantotij R, A., oti apjMjLiit- 
meiit to tlicr District ytali', Punjab Command, li iwrjshjd 
tfj Rawalpindi tjfiiciutiiig Deputy Assistant Adju- 
tani-UcmATaL 

T«r TCi|iii<ition wUlcIi bos Ijecn preaetneii to the 
i 5 hcritrof CulciiLta to convene a town's lUHctino to con¬ 
sider the Seiii lion Bill, i.-i si-rnrd by native dti/eiis 
only, U Is iinderslfHHl that the Britirili Indian A^- 
rioeiatimi liaVe taken nu part in thw inuvument for a 
puRltc meet ini,''* 

Tiik diitbu^' held by riLr An ony MaeDonnoU at 
AlLahahail oil ^linuiti.y patted oli very .successfully. 
Including dnisu finm the M« omt Divishin, to wdioni 
saTi*'ids and certiheateH vre™ pie^ciitcil. some thmo 
hundred anil »M:»v<iMity dtirhai'is wem prft-rfnt, ^Ir. T. A. 
Sti>kor, t-dnt'f *SciMtitar>', pr^sentod those who hail to 
rccoivo decorations or certificates ; Mr, iJ, T. Roberts, 
Cnritiiiissioner of the benivres Division, tho Pnrbans 
frniu thjit divishm ; Mr. F. H. i’etre, <'omwajssiuner 
of Allahabad, thus* fiJiir Allahabad, The rtiilivo 
iitViocfs of I hi* f Uh B'liyiU Umccrrt vrere presen U'd by 
Liciitcfmm-Gohniel Bjiirnsnaher ' those of the :ird 
Ben'^ral Itifantry by i Colonel G. B. Austin, and the 
rciiretl uttici'rs by Moijur H, R, W. Lotnsden. 

rim Wit.LbUi DicKTiAki' is now HO d IS) > IS in;; of tiH 
tnvips as to facilitab' a forward movement loWaoD the 

end of ihc luouili if ihu .;\.fricli-s have not siibiuiited bt 

the intoLval. Crigadicr-Gcncml llaiiiilhnis brigade 
hm iimveil front Bum to a short distance licjond 
[HrkuL : tUiH t'ivlo;; I ho 2nd division a luore advanceil 
base in tlic lower Burn Valley. It is a;;ain rejj*>rb'il 
that iliL* iiila^siiion -Trrc inucli imjircs-Hml by the sii;n>v of 
fenewpil activity, but ihem is nothin;^ very tonijjible yet 
lo suin' u|sm HI pr<M»f of ihcir desire Ui armn^^c icattors, 

ritoxyriso itratimod at Mijcriit on Mi m day In 
excellent wcjither. fhc GnTniJianrier-ind'hicrs Gup 
linri! for. d'hc hiohcjit score wiis made by ila^ 
Jni 1 Bii t tu l h I n t*i on I my ami Ha rod a Ka i 1 w ay Volti n - 
tLisirs which wau oTH. Iiuin'.; an averai^c of b- pur man 
at 2fX>, an-l i^XJ yard-, standinn^ al ii'Ki. Thin i.', 
pmbalilv a rcci^rd scori’. The Unnouujcht rLaili»urs 
niado TpiT, a very j^ihhI scuic, in The Be;;uni of Bhujjat 
Match, ifl JjiiTs, bO'l vai’rb, Lieu ton suit-Gene ml Sir 
Rolsort Hiuue inu'lc the liijili&t isn-ible of .V i. 

In ihe NjUive .\rmy tkjiiifieUtion for the Gnnnmitniier- 
i-Chiefs t'up. th'.' 2 l>lli Ihmjub fnfantrv werti 
viiLh a scone of 018 ^ and I lie Msn^dalji GoM Mcilal, 
y;iven for the hioluNr indivhimd sconi, was wna by 
ihifijulur Biita riiueli, ilinl Bcn;,'al Itanccns. with a 
rti!<>re of'dA 

\Vi^ much le'^i-et t-i tusu iliat lUe eondilion or!\li . E 
H. i\ WiiUb'n htniUh is such ilmi ho luw liecn eniupcl- 
Dd t'j lake leave lui iiieriicnl certiliciito from the Rkli 
iu.sTuut. Me will bo sucrecdcil (ciu|S)mrily a^ MaLTLs- 
Irjito Ainl I'ollci'tor at .Vlipiiv by Mr. Mjxri'iiar, but 
the (jermaiit'iit rtppnmtnii'til w'ill full to Mr. il ih II, 
Allen, now un settlement duly io Ghittn^onir. 

Mu, A. I*. Gwvx?i, s>ne of iho hist Ijfttch of ludiiiii 

<'iviliziii>, dieil 00 Moiiiliiy sd ibui-^isjn fnmi piienmo* 

nla after a fr^v days ilhicss. Mr, Gwynn was a well 
known bat nt lloiue before cnterini; the rierva-c, and 
since his arrival in Raii;^'>.)ii he luel marie s^jme fine 
SCOITS. 

Dn, 11. H. "WeiTTmEr-UT, liio Chief nf the Committoe 
of l;evisii>n, '^emU'a coatempumry the followiii^r in- 
tercsiiiift noto n^^rdmit tin? work nf rev!si<>n of the 
Ursin New T^atament :—*Tho huiouajic of ihe revhion 
is I’^rdu, The New Te.shitm’ut wits Hrsi trjiTi.'ihitod into 
Hi'du by the* wv:ll-k]iuwa ('haphiin Mi-Hslnnary llciu'y 
Mjirtyu 111 the early years of ilits erntury'. tlwifio i 
the ujnditif'fttion nf the ljtn;^iia;^e atjsl I he pro^^ress (J 
Ghrisiiuuity the Urdu New rt^tiTiient has muJcijjonu 
repcanH revisiouiH. The pretsent revision has been H^oiny; 
un s’tnie rhe l»c^imun;^ of I 8 LKJ, U D base si; upoci Ui 
Greek tf\t of the Mnolish rovision, and tlie atainhiiti n 
idiniu tbS that of DeUii, in tuldition To the iiil?«i''iiurie 
lo whrjin yott refer l-a'n (.-hriaLiHU nativtMi uf Dcihj, *>n> 
it cler*.;yunvn lUcv, Tnm Uhand. ntjw iiL Ajuiere,) and 
the other a lay iJJ alls'Mr. t‘handu Lvd, now of Lalioir.,) 
3 »re en^Tuged m tin? wuik, wdth ihrcc rifm- 

Ghristiaii ucholsiiN. Resides these osi feftjiwiii foe 
upeeisilly tbthcult- pcinto wo have Ijeen fortunate 
seenrioj; the honorary AssLstuncs of three leading Urdu 
^chidiiTM and aiithtuM of Delhi, It is prO|iotjfti to print 
the new version in the Itoniau diaractec m Londoik 
iimd in the I'cpsijin character in Lahore* 


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tuatiG the Liubllitlea of the MuukdpalRy m the moutti 
(iL .April 111 eacli year* In them are liiuluded the tA- 
tore^t charges actually paid, but if the Municipality 
la to be financed on a sound botals then It itnist be fh a 
pobitton to moot ut a moment'* no tic.: the lull extent 
of ite babilittaa on account ui Interest chargaii, ohd, 
there fora, tho full timuunt of Inbireiri payable, not 
that actually paid, abuuId, for tuo purpuaci! uC c-jm* 
pari:>on. he taken into t:omidera.«ioiA Such a cmlcu* 
iablun would only bring Inti0 battBr pTOmineuca the 
liupoi^jbiljty of paying to the new trudtoo large a 
tium ou five lal^lis of rupees on the let ot April in 
each year. The queiriUou la whoteior the Municipality 
Is to Tuuet fir.st tin own Uabiliuy or tbo*B of tVio New 
Tru=t. The provisions with cegartl to the ptKyiaeut 
of the secou'i Instalment on the of OcLober each 
year involve increustug UEthllit/ cm the DorporatloD 
year by year, whiish at the eame time win yew by 
year to±)e un ever-increasing proportion of revenue 
from the urea Luken op by the New Truat* The l£a- 
lalkbure Tax ia to be placed to credit In accoemte m- 
4 ^ aired to be made up to the amount ofaecond InstaL* 

toeut in addition' to the general tax. This is Jiure I'O 
ibcrea-'ja' t>ie llaHllity of the Muntcipalicy, l!>ecauij« the 
Corporation {>n|y agreed to pay two per cent, of the 
rateuhLe value of the tends and buUdlnga, A^ more 
and mure lands get vuaCed In the New Trust the cre¬ 
dit will ba dwelled year hy year,so also the appropria¬ 
tion by t>be Now Trutit of the reveuuea froru tho 
general and Hulalkhuio taxes accruing from the IjahC 
[jpoiif.age laod^ and baUdinghi will tneroasa in voimmo 
year by year, whereae the rebate allowed to the Cor, 
poratton of the amount of revanuo which that body 
was receiving huforo the propertfee and lanct^i would 
ht 3 taken awuy would at and ad it Is, No allowaeC:: 
la made for the ri:^ In the value of the properties, 
wtiieh wouIkI, in Ordinary courao of thluj^^e, cake plaes 
year after year, and thus though the Corporation will 
have to pay a second instalment on the basis of an 
e vur-liietea^lug the reb.<ite aUowcd on 

proiJ^rtle.i as^eis.Hed hsiore tba now trust tokos 
them over will re mala a utationary figure, 1 aui 
uoiiatraitiod to remark, my Lord. that the 
Gorporatlofi in expected to give osiibtauce to 
the New TrU-'tt, auiJi tn oon^lduration of thla aania- 
tauce it fa to l>3 rewarded with a redaction of ite 
own, revetiiio atid to ha laulcted more heavily year 
by year 10 urdur to fteonre the improvuient of a terge 
portion of the GoverDiuenb lau(^ which eventually 
revert to GuvernniUEiT, To turn the debit side of the 
account It would bg advJWde to define the words 
'"reasonable ailowanee" which occur in three sub- 
a iction:** boeause it would by-vory dUHeult Co arrive 
at a clear meanlag of the words and lead to great 
miiuy diiliculUes. 1 am of opinion that the allow¬ 
ance uhould ba deteruimod by the actual co^^t ol the 
extra aialf specially eiaployoil at the ratio whieh the 
receipts ot the Board to the reeetpte of tha Muub 
clpality 111 regard Co the utall engagtiit in the work 
of tlieao bodies, fur it wtH ba dJlitcult to keep an 
exact record of the cdtabUshmeht for alt new sitjraete 
and Cijntriguous one oa alao the correct rueent of 
water co^iumeri for the new stmete as dbttoguishad 
from thv old. it IS only on the ays turn of aveiagc* 
and aptual working expafricace tout the basis on 
which cha charge ia lo lie made can ba detjarmined. 
1 tey fltreos oU Tliia fjeuamds tho clause provJden ttiUL 
Governiiieut, who have a Large intere.sL iti the scheme 
are to bJ i he sole and final arbitrators iu matt-ra 
ot dispute tietwe<(fU the Municipality and the New 
Trust. 1 would bag to suggest* Uero that the lustai- 
luents tihuiild be made either moo tidy, an In the 
csse of Llio pul ice chargea, or quartotiy; This 
arrangeiuv'ite will, I subujit. ba saLisIuutury buth 
to the New Board and the Munlcjpiilit>% and will 
cuu^Q no loss of lotereat to the Lath.er bjiiy. 

After poihting out that whereas the liability of tlie 
Municipal by will be unlitulted and those of the 
Governuient 4 *^ defined by SucLiun iH tire very small, 
thu Hou, iiiember said : Olivuaa 2. B {h} providpa that 
whatever surpiu4 reiunine shall ba^ equally divided 
Ttetween tho Government and ttie Corporatiun* Tina 
arrangement will bj obvijusly uuteir Scuiiaiis 7U to 
7^ are Bitidxoou Clauses, and it is nnidle^s lor me to 
say that they are likely to operate Vi^ry harshly. They 
are no doubt intended Lu serTu ns a guarantee to 
investerr', the Governujunt Irjing unable to give direct 
ficcurlty lo make the AlonicIpaLlty invhle* This j* 
also unfair, e^pciiujiLly ns the (Jurpurutiuh hiu> 00 uun- 
ti JlUng vom* ixi tdl over the cxpeudLuze ofNhQ Board. 
The New Tru^t jujiy gu on spending- Tiiera ary no 
ieg^il r(7i»trictioiis placeil on It, and it it riiiid into in¬ 
volve uc) the -Mumcipality must pay the <iehts under 
peuaLfrv of aitavLiiuejit of ita revenue, rind 10 tuuke 
up let' the dellmt 'he Corpuratiou has to levy a special 
tax over and abjve tho 12 per cent, Surely some saf*- 
gumilH ami lltmtaDons should b^ placed un The ape ml* 
lag powers of tbe TrList. There ought to bs a sense 
of rcspun^iiibh.y ou the Trust that wouhl prvvj^nt it 
from ifiCLirrlng iJaljLlltied iu excesa of its Income. 
3’his would, to n cpjrtHin extenr, luitlgnte the harsh 
UL-^e of the Bludgeon Claubci. in any case I •anlnuit^ 
that til" Curpoiaiiofi Will bj given uh oppoibuuity to 
fieo that the expjhdituto la Juat aud to proteat ip 
ease it Is otherwld^*. 


THE NATIVE PRESS. 


Df J*Il ricrvaiite that I haVJ^ knnjWQ in niy like (wriLca 
Mn), fj, VV. Earle in ihc Fcbnmry *"Gomhiir'J, t-bo 
tPhfSi 1 imvc ad ulri'il aud respoeteJ. must arc the chi hi¬ 
re i/i iiui‘>^es. J'he t'we and devotion they give t*i dhild- 
nui 11 uL tlivir uvn ij i.i touching to a dcj^rcc that is almost 
extrsuJidinary. The hi/^best life which George hlicL could 
ihiagine fur RuinoJa at the end of herl ife of dLs- 
appinlmcnt and fidlure wiv> to attend and tuini.ster to 
the ubjldren of withers. Tbesis nursoA* will of tea refiise to 
IcaVi: L'ijildi'cn even when it w fur rhclr iutL*re.sL to do 
i«>, knowing all tho saiur., quite well, the liiue will uome 
when the children will leave them, as completely ns an 
auimal leave's tte luuther wKch it no longer wants her. 
1 asked a nuriC of tbw type ouce, when she was gettinjr 
oM, why ^lie Jjad never married. “ Uh, m'uiu,^^ hJic 
E iaid, *“ can I you f 1 had passed ruy life tn the 

narsxry amongst iadieu and gentlemen ; luy own clous 
who wish(?rj lo iUCiTTy mu were disUitefuI to me^ and i 
wu^ Uhi proud for anjiliiu;; else.” 


MR, JOHN .MAaSHALL AUTU HXA CAI,I. 1 IT 0 , 

Thk 7i£w( Gojtar hEui a enlogletiic noUco o£ Mr, 
Mara*hab, l\m euijr^ctic tfi^crotary of thfj Uuamfior of 
Gomniarce. Our couttainpomry say^ : While filicus- 
atng the rosolnuon of the Chamber in rBapeclr of the 
pltigue^ wo faunot. Out cungratuiace. that body 00 tha 
good work done during the year. The report, as It 
was preMunted to the Chamber, la &s i^ood as a 
st£i ndarf l hlsto ry o f the t rude and ca m nia re j of the ci ty 
during too prlod, Mr. John MdrihuU, the aecretary 
who frauiad tbe report, h;t% lor au.{bt wo kuuw^ mis- 
token tils calling. Sic VViLijam ilunteFs series of 
Jndlau Rulers are not half as well and cleverly wiitten 
as Air. iVlarrihiilL'a reports^ wbusa dry^a^-dust dataila 
are Jnvestod with tho ausitained jutoreat of a tale or a 
romance which mu^t ueode be read to Its bktoi end. 
Mr. Mate ball might have, with hie acknowledged 
dchu Lira hip. dLtLnguished hiiy^elf as a jourpiiliit or 
a umturian. But what i!^ a los« to Jou.raaii;^iu or litera¬ 
ture ih a dUtlnet gain to the comiuervlei iu teres ls uf 
the city, 

T U r: A NTl -HA f KKi:?f 1 TgS. 

ThvKaiaar^i-Uind throws a gaiiatlet r.otboim whom 
R called, the auLi-UulVkinitos ; But R ts Aiwuy:^ tho 
part of w^Liouj to tost it from thu puiut ol viaw of the 
ohjecCioNow. who are the ubjectioeiste in the 
QtkiiO t rio fur 04 our koowlcdgu goea, they are none 
other kuan the riurgeuti-Geiieriij of the Brealdeney 
and cvrtalu mumbei;a of the Rlegue Cuuimito'ije wuo 
etinre bis view a. But wbut aro Lb air ohjetUune / 
They me not known. It Is ohly uUeged that t.je lu- 
ocuietion by Frolessor Hall kina 'j serum leaves *oJU 4 
after citeoti which are prejudicial to the health of 
the inoeuLutr'd, The learned profesaor ou his part 
bus been candour itoaif. He ha^ o;jonly told the 
wurldul Bufuihay what bis prjictice ol moculutluu 
bos been able to do. Is jt impossible to get the riur- 
geon-General and the Flague Committee to vcutiiata 
their views witn equal candour ? Here Is no question 
of ptofe^aiouaL rivalry. No* We etaatly deny it. it 
is p^urely tt, quustlou of science, It is a question ot 
aHivJug st the vary truth of the entire question. Let 
the objactionlat^ stoto their ooioctigns and prove their 
caeu. The pobfit will be tfiei.r tribunal and wo can 
rely Oh its [uinInon.T cpuiujou sense to Judge of the 
mattar fairly. But it wlU nut do for tho ^iurgeoh- 
General and othore to roinaln bohlhd the olficlal 
purdab and tbro w, after the mauner of the street 
.'\jrabs*c:bair Uttte pellets at thoFrotesaor either direct¬ 
ly or iodireetly, 

TUtf COR^OBATfON AND 'fRt? OITY IMPJtOVJiMliNT 

IHLL, 

The f/idicj^n Spm-tatot* la afraid tho Corporation 
will not hs uhla ro hnish tha cousldu rati on of the 
City lunproveuient Bill (or luontlie U it piuceedti m 
the way iu which It pcoceeda'd ou Thursday. Uur 
cuutemporaTy adds: ^ Even if the Bresi dent's sug¬ 
gestion that each member should next Thursday 
come prepared and wuh the mui^nu menta hnlntendti 
to propose written dpwu on pupsr, timre would L>e, 
we iHiUeve, a very large number of propo^iUonis and 
amundmcnLji to consider, and if each bt; allowed a 

apeech in airppqrt, tiie discnaaon wonld pretjnbty be 
unendjog, .and, ut the end. It would not bo pioductivc 
of auy thing well-thought ol and systematic, ThGr:^ 
la* happily or unhappily, no elo^aure to limit diiicaaslou 
iu our Curporutluu. vvu syuipatbiZ'j withLhe oeaire 
of each member to have his say, but yet, this would 
be possibie without the whole Bill Wiog gone 
bhruugb, suction by section, in the whole Hou^e. jV 
small Cominittee luay yat he appointed with advan¬ 
tage to draw np amenumunts to the Bill, Let eaett 
member have first hiay in. abort, and let the Com- 
mlttee then formulate aiuehdoTuikC'Ti widnu will om- 
body tho view ot the luujority* Votes may bj taken 
Ihon on the report oi tba OoiumiLLee, ao tliat the 
Uou^a j^hali have a duuljto guaruntee of the Com- 
mlttee having fairly repr^^nteJ^ the goherid setias of 
the CorpuratioD,^' Thu Kftiifsr-l-£l'irui neudemnii the 
BUi a outt*anre^ anu eaya; '* Thun, to say ti e leant, 

the Bill m uur opinion a bad Bill froiii top to 
bottoui* from the eonstitutlnnal chapter down to tlie 
general. Everything is by Govurnuieut and for Gov-* 
erfimexit. Nothing by the people for tho peopie^ To 
aay that the Bill will uiLLinatciy benefit tho pec^plo U 
a huge fm posture and noth leg more. Time wifi iifhow 
how far ode sdrmLee tuvuia out to bo con-rect. Under 
tho ciredmAtahcea. wo think the Corporation is simply 
beating ahuuL the inish and waisting bjtb ite time 
and energy in drscaiding so UliHjoneievea and so uue- 
aided a p^eca of leghlation. It simply bruakiag its 
head against a atone wall. And so wiU it be in the 
LogElalive CotincLl aVsn* We make bold to say that 
there K not a single memberithQre, we mean a slug La 
ttoi ]4 jfiQclai. aave tbe Hosi'bte Air. Mehta, who at all 
UDdursiiiipds the tru* aim aad object oE tbu Bill* 
They may hone^itly i.ry to cumprehouci its provisions, 
specially the ilaaacial ones* but wo appreheml* their 
attempt will ba a fajiure." 

PhAGU'G EXJ^ECTEU AT ANY TIMK. 

The Rust Go>Jtar thinks that plague might break 
out in UoQihny at nuy umo, and cites the late Sur- 
geou-rrunerai iilr Wlliluiu Moore as its authority. 
Uur do ate m purary states : Ttint the appalliog visita¬ 
tion which has alUicjted i^ur city for a whole year at»cl 
mure, is'but a natural occur I oneo from the point of 
view oE Its Insanitary surround itij^ and bhuL tt is not 
the unexpected that hAs happi?ncU will be horn a put 
fro III the following remarks of up less an authority 
on Hygiene than the tete riurgeon-GeneraL Sir Wlp 
haul Moore, who wrote so fur back os the yoar Idtid ite 
follows During recent ycais plague has been coq- 
lined to Egypt, Eyrla, and Asia Minor, but latterly It 
had exmodod in u European dirudioa. As tbo dt- 
seosa prevails periodically on the shores of tli|Eu- 
rateu, and as coniiuuulcattati with India Is frequent 
and rapid, Ic la forLunato that plague has nut yet 
been added to the listof over present Indian diseA^es; 
which liowevar might occur at any time. In tact, an 
epJdiiuic, which if not true plague, was certainly 
very tiikditer to plague* bus several times prevailed 
ju VVe;jierd ludlo." 

THli RktlENT JVSTlcaV ELECTIOX. 

Gommonting on the result of the recent election 

of Aluiiiclpnl Coum-illnrs by thw Justfee-k 01 the Esace, 
tha f/o J far wjiiea * The Justices of the Punca 

who huve the right to elect sixteen repreiicntatlvcs 
on tho Municipal Corporatlun, hava returnaJ the bi;st 
men out of the twenty-live cmilifates who aspired 
dor the honour. Their selofJtluiq liowsver, would have 
been of all unexujptiuiiabLe uharaeter if they ha<i In¬ 
cluded aniong the it representative a the Hoii,, Mr, 
DoJl Absji Rhore an>.L M:;, O, H, Sstalwad, who hiLve 
already served the C4jiX''poratiton at dJUereut times 
with credit to them-Tielvee imd useful 11 jss to the city. 
Wc on'lm>Ltan>i that tho Hindu can'Udatce complain 
that they wore throve n oat uf tho campetHion bjcanao 
many of Ibti Paraeas, who prumiaen teem tbotr sup¬ 
port, did nut vela lor them. The llinJa can<lldates, 
wc appreheiiJ, ore labour trig uiidL*r some uiisappre- 
hciislun just os much as thu IVrsees wfiu in tfielr turn 
bring a similar ucrusaticn against the Jlinduus, Wc 
are of Opinion that luth are wrong in tneli cjiiclu- 

sii^n, 

■ruii Ncw MEsiBihi OF rmr l,gui-ii.ative cod:^cii*. 

Rcfnrrlug to the appoinbmont of Mr. Vfjbhncaudas 
A^tmuram ivs a uiombcr uf the Legieintive Gouucil, the 
Kaisord^/Iind writes ; The Native Mereantile Cum- 
inauity is to be eotigratainted on the DeminatioEi of 
Mr. Vijbbucundas Atmaraiu to be an add!tin cal 
member of the LegLalativu CouncU, The selectioa is 
a happy one aud the Bombay Government deserves 
tlmuks for it, 'Xbe hunuumbie member enters the 
CounciL ut a critical time wbou such u retrugres-tj va 
Bill* tfio Rolice Ameodment Bjll* is abuut to b« 
bamiiiered ou the tegislacive anvil; nod wfiuu 
a nut her piece uC legiaiailou of the fiir-Ctiachmg 
Character of the Olty Iiupfovaioent Bill is about to 
be usucred in ihe light ot day and sunjected to the 
crteloisiu ot onligbteried public oplniua outeide. It is 
tu bo hoped tuat Mr. VjJbhuisuudHS will acquit 
hlmaaif creditably in relorenct tu Ijjth the Bdis — 
especteby the last,” The Unjirtiti obiicrves i We 
cuujiratulate Mr. VYLbhnknau'tes .-Vi Mjuruin on hia 
ele^’atjoli bo tiiC L-^glslatlve Gouucd. He Isons of tho 
must luspticted ami cjnspicuuus rnamburs of cho 
rmtlvo cjuimuntty. Ths well-kn'jwn firm, in w’tiich 
he Is tieiiLur liLirbricr^, has hy ks enterprise cjiitriljuted 
nut a btblc to the develupiuunt of the lojii and cotton 
Industry in Gujarat and Kathiawar, lie is a memhjr 
ot the munagUig cuminttteti of many local chnritehle 
inutltuttens und is a ilirecter of soveial ,ioENt:»tock 
cjuipanles, Hu ja alsu u munuber or the local Gliamb sr 
of Goium^rce end the Bombaf Preaideucy AHsonlallon, 
and hun ufien taken an active part In many puUhc or 
pnilanthrepic muvejnent'. Uis ©stemive m.ncanJle 
exponent!.*, shrotvil iutalllgenca, and diacnminuting 
caution ought to luaka hitn a ijsaful tueiuhar ot 
Couned/'^ 

PljAOUfi OPHltATldNH AMD TRE SAidVH OOM.ULJITITT. 

The /n^/totn thinks it v^eind ba fnilingin 

the dischargu of 14 public duty if it ware tu shrink 
fcoiii bringing to the uutito of Government the great 
nnenslness, almost bordering upon a'despondency 
which ;forebodes no gouil, which haa spread in every 
native community of Bombay os regards tbo plague 
ujioriitiuna us they havo devulopad oi late. The writer 
proceeds : In nixuust every i,measaro there would 
kcnui to be such a half-aud-hodf sy* eni combines 
the Jiiinltuntn of advantage with the maximum nf 
fdettop* that It would be impossible f«r any sober 
on-looker to Tic^r with equaulmity tho oxiatlng atr^te 
of things, Tho plague ii. no dunbt* jncte&'-iMg b> 
icap^ and bounds, and Nature aeems to bu doing nil 
It can by suorrns and uutliuoJy mln^ and by pinching 
winds blowing In cloudy noii mfuty weather ti) in¬ 
tensify the conditlunu which lunk© more huuiKiu 
beings subjects to ihapitlleasi malady that is liacitnat- 
mg the pupulAtjon □[ Bombay, Any ineaHuras tJialr 
ooold not reiuoably by expected 4c ate in In thia 
rising tide ef the epidemic would there fore ba wal- 
00 me Hum the bigbeit atandpoint of ptibiEc morality. 
But wc jCLaturalJj expect ihc moasuyes to show cuu- 
alatency and reason, nnii also rcasOnabteQess anil 
cunsiuaratiou for the feallnga and convem©ocas— 
even irhu prejudicE*)! of the peupLo, That this is not 
the ease at present in Bombay would soom to E 3 the 
iiiipEvasiuo, of almost ©verybody In tho city* Wo 
have reterre<I in proriouj issues to abacnce of 
thosa gpnemll cicanaio^ and dJaLafectlnn uperatioiui 
over lurgd anas In sorely as wall as partially aTec- 
ted quarters of the town which ware a confidem.jt- 
InsplriDg fuuturo Of the Plaigue IQouLmittce's regime 
under General Gatacre. To devnta meat attention 
only to hunting for plague nas 4 s and their ^egrega- 
.Hon a«d know no attornative Intweea dlBinfecUns 


a, room or two and evacuating whole tenemonta can¬ 
not be considered a very scientific method, we should 
think, ot combating the plague, 

mt. aiUlttRT AT THE OHA^rHER OF COMUlr^nc'E, 

The /£fist Go/far finds fault with the strong 
language as*»d bj Mr. Gilbert at the annual mooting 
of the Ohaniber of Commerce, and remarks t The 
t^mbay Cbntnber of Commerce, et their annual 
jueeBngon VVednesday, dealt exiiaustivciy with the 
question of r.he recrudesooiico Of the plague in Bom¬ 
bay, We have no rcaaon wbotever to cavil at the 
seaulble ptopoaal made J'>y Mr, Gilbert, snd carried 
unan imouiiily by the Ohaiiibor. Tho Govern Lnent 
ahould loan no tlma in encouraging and altering 
every faclUisy to the poopte to resort to Inocutatioo, 
which, in the opinion of Mr. HafTkine* the greet 
edcntiet* Is consHcmd to be nn elfidcnt nod general¬ 
ly speaMtig. an onfalllDg rumedy, but we must 
stiroQgly pretoat ngainat Mr* Gilbert's remarks in 
support of iho resolution, Mr. Gilbert, we submit 
trauHgresseu all bounds ot moderation when ha 
attacked tbe Govornment In intiguage which was, iu 
the flr>t place* anbefitblog the dignity of 11 body like 
tlic Chamber, and which was ^galn anoeceosai lly 
strong to accomplish the object wnjph the Chamber 
bad in view.'* The Jiifftoia JJprrfftfor observes : 

We muiii. confess* th* ovarvigorotia and pro¬ 
noun cod speech of Mr* Gilhert nod the Tesolutioo 
of tho Ob amber embodying a thorough o^nfidenui 
In jnuculatlun witn Dr* ilallkins^s seriiiii and 
a cjndaiPiiaiiuii^out aud uut—of all other mea- 
aorcrt, af liavin.; baeu demonstrated to hi of na 
use, both came upeii ua as great aurprlses Indeed. 
With the merits of the queiittoii the put>i!ic is 
well-iicquajiiteLl, but surely no oii'i will accept the 
Cfirumb-.*r an authority on the qucbtion of the 
eificicy of particular plague-stamping meairnrea, 
which only medical exporto oau have the right to 
cuimder an 1 pronounce a decided verdict upon. Wo 
by fij ^pcak agnih'^t the proposal to e 11 * uur ago 

inciculatloii and give laidlitles for the same. But we 
thbik It would ba positively obildEh tu keep ail faith 
bi inoculation and discredit such measures as camp¬ 
ing Out Hul sitgregation, which have undaubcadiy 
more of tested acitnc 3 in thorn than oven the vneour- 
agi tig figures of D.imaun end other places as to tho 
ru^ultaof Dr. llafi'ktni"^ risrum.” 


BOMBAY LIGHT HORSE, 


THE GERMAN PliINCE IN CEYLON, 


Tflk elephant hunt, which took place on Thtir'^day 
In c a ^1 pul In Jungie, though greatly onjoyed, proved 
uniiUDceasfui aa far as baigging was eoncernEd. 
BreHkfa.st was served In jungle* to which the hunters 
did full justice, Altet breakrautr anotimr nttempt >vas 
made to follow the trail* The Frluce gob within fill 
yards of a I irg^ mule elephant* bub the LruLe broke 
nway before Hts liiipenid Highness could take proper 
aim. The party returned to NuwiLra Ellva about five 
p.m. The Prince etijuyod tho sport and exciiLng 
tramp through the Jungle Imiuenisely and appears to 
have won all btsnrts by I 1 I 4 allabJe ^aod unassuming 
manaers, Mr. Plsbof* Capt. R* Ward Jackson and 
Mr, A, M. Walker are organising another elephant 
hunt for the Royal sporEsumR* A afipflcMul elk 
hunt arranged for Lrbica Henry on bn?. 

Elk Flnina by Mr. blaher and Capt. B. Wiird 
Jackson. The Govornur and Jtha PrlntiO* accom¬ 
panied by Captain R, Ward Jackson and Mr, JMuller, 
A. D C„ arrived on the sce^ne at after which the 
buit om me or: :3 d. A fine buck was soon put up 
which hruaking cover iiia'de for the jungle* but was 
ovciunally brought out and a fine run was witnessed 
across the Plain.-). After about two hours* hard run’ 
nlng, the elk was brought to bay in Dlnekpool stream 
nnrl the FVIocc stepping forward adiuinibtered tho 
coup do grace—Uio *tovertior also being pctiHctt at 
the kill, Mr, bugob'^a hoemds were liiiiind, and they 
acquitted them^elveu loyally.— Cession. OOfiervei\ 



HIGH COGR'l-—E ebhitary 17* 


(Duforelthe Hon'ble Mr* Jualico ^TBacirEtb 
anlt for heeurlnj^ aud final dlaposak 
TcsULiaoutary ljult. 

20-7l>—Smotham. B and N—Melierhai va Maotokh&i wWow^ 
Ardonhjr* Li and D—Part heard. 

iBofore the Hon'ble 2ifr, Justien B, Ttapjsx,} 

To apeulc to the Mlnutre of Decree 
IC-Ufi—Payne O and ;S—Kcabow ILruitadcirao Paasari Va 3Ia- 
h4«vw IC:risUaiiriio Panearl and others—It A Manli-L 
:^ailia for hoariuK and Qfiul dlspodaU 
Poatiicinurt Ijoog Cau^uii. 

1-^—Janardhou anil A—Mabomtal Abdulla vb HajoualU 
Maliaiued LLiJee iCsimoil—Payne, ii and b—Part 
heard, 

L7-9d—LiLtlt^und (Jo-^l|;^uaetQ Frajif:lBuo P© Penhs and others 
va Jose Praovisuo KodriKuui and aLhors—iJaphtary 
and F. 

Llttlo and Co—Joaqulm Balvaclor Rodrig^ues and olhcrs 
vs poJro Poacoal ,vlqrreLlQ and otbera—DaphUijy und 
F * 

UOD-Ud^LiittJa and Co—Joflooh Thamaa D^dilva and others vg 
LkiriiinKuj Frunctsou Muritullo und oilierH^lMpliuiry 
and F. 

—Johai%<lr nod S“Kn?iton)Jeo Naaarvvaifi>c© YjUntaffhEiD- 
dy VH *Muneckliiii aud otiicr5*^Ardeair l l and D 
!Kt>^—HbrushaiiJcuf aud IC—Autaibai vm Aliy Mu.hOnied 
Hiijee Malloy Mahoiuod—Arduahir. Tl aud D. 
iO^DQ—Tyiibjoe D and Co—AlsliabEbuo vh liayahibee and 
ocliers—Puyuo G aud Jd, aud He mining and P, 

112-93—MLrwuajco N :daklatwalla—lloeaurii Miyu Ahmed vn 
^awub Alufii AllLXhun and ani^ther -^ FraiUja© M imii 

41^^—Maganbl anrl R—^"anta Marii IJe Sotuu VB .Antonio 
HafuLlo IJo iilJv'a und CiHtm, 

For CunsuEit LiecroQ 

—Smetham Band N^VdIU Mobunlal MuttgOUtdiai Jind 
Other V9 J iiti Flam hay Lard impruvnmunt Trad ins 
Co* Ld.—^anu and H 

fliafore the Hou*hfe Mr. Jimtlce KuTiTOS.l 
dints for liouriug and final diapoeal. 

l^y>9t|>onod IjfOnXCaiiBOr 

Bickhdl] Maud M—AJumui vs 'riie Positiva Oovern- 
ijivnt Socnrlty Lira Ajj-vu ran oe—Craw ford ll aiuj Co. 
UufandL^] New Long Cau^aa. 

rtlO-tJf—Ardoelr B and D—Diauhaw Joewanju© Poilt vs Peg- 
toujue Nua^erwanioa .Muuon—r eatoujae R and K, 
CTl-97—Captain and V—Nana NuniyEkO Uli^ho Tea iC^abDabai 
nfid (LfjQther—CruJi'iv L and t\ 

97&-I37—!]M 11 iLban^Go'iUm .Mobmecl Hliulk BuUand va 
Jlaji^e Noijr MtiUhiOiI Kujea M.-coula —Payne C aud £?, 
(BS-lIf—Id pore ill—fiochlbcxi Gutiusb vb Nuny VuerjL'o aud 
uuutbur-t-Iu persL'n. 


DAILY EXEURTri.—FEnuuAiiy lb. 


For London* 

Tolcio ^—11 h.^les hides anil dhlm 16 hale? skins, W and a 
f4rdrhuriii and Co ;o2owt cetidiiuants ‘i'rtjaflher and Co ; 
7 r^vt peuLiookfeiiiaers, BehiinCcwlu Uuolain Lloowin and 
Cq ; 311 bale& hemp. Jubu L Itorsieu and Co : 6 u uwt and 
IL'junum, N Mill'") *7 buitja boujp P E4bLiujqo i ©wl ivory. 
11 K H Ooaman Poninitibu* i.^j! bifiee sztns and bideo. il U 
tl Lftwi^irn balu4 flkinaa'.fl lurlDs, rtajoo .M Abba. 

Fon LrvKtipoaL. 

rculfoi'd. HaU a—boboloa wool. T Jeuwatirlna : 40 haJeg wool* 
.MooJtancband Ktieat]i:l'umd 116 halu? vnjol, Jadliaw 
Jse luiTO ; OD balas woul, Nogjuu Mauja© ; 4^ oalbi wool, 
1 :^ Naujuu 16 condhunui^ M Pooiijuajoii tmii 

K*OK ANT w am*. 

iPUH u^IlO balee do Eton, Lyon an'ico;|30 bnloa ^tton E 
lipiDfur apfi Oq, 

Ft>ft DAuituno, 

Ranonthnter s—H 6 l>alei» ciqtlujr. (hq Bombay company ; 2571 
cwt liueoed. lialli Brotbure cwt Husccd, F'irjioy Muir 
and Co ; Dwi bonemual. Crofi ilody uul Co : IrtJJiJ ow% 
^lyrob'jlining, W Kipp Hiou ibs jro,^a ml. KP^uu^ AtufTrL-, 
Fon MAHaKlLLJlS.. 

Idur 9 —cwttutauel. RaEU Bruteeruj 3.000 evrt ifiaf^olLyBCQt! 

£091 uwt E i> 4 udK>uTi and CO ; Otl balcn lioiap, 

Juba L Keraten and Co 1 1002 cwtalUK^qlynund. EtOO «wE 
uik^tiBOOd, Fiuluy Muir and Co; Ilu^J cwC (uORufireuccl 
' '-.Jnbn Facbiri. 

F^or Njciv Youk, 

Tokio ff—3i pnckuKi^^ ^ODnuu uarpem *c -S J Ttfllnry and Co. 
Foil UElHOiL, 

D Baidu I DO 3 —lu* Iml'.a couof], Ji: Spin nor und Cq ; L£0 tops 
ddjrijri, C JJufj^Kb^Uo . 

For NAi'LKa, 

D Italdoluq a—coot; i!wiu wbe:*t, ttallL HretlneTs, 

Fob j ] oxGEo.va. 

GL^ula a—ilf balea taifit tho aUiaucq uoimei maaufacturlnc Co: 
bales twiitt, K Sassouii, 

FOR ^nA.NOIlAt, 

Oisiila baltH twiitl Um alba nos tiotton, rdantifucEitHng Cb 
Jil bales tvf Ut Frumjisu :Suna and Co, 

9^nB Koqb, 

VamuE^mehi Mam. 6W buJe^ reitUiU. Lyon aad Coi^kg bales 

apt tun, KalLL Brot hor^i, 

Mu/.ii^qu 9—6/j bab^ outteo, the ^let^ln R Kafniia. 

(ilouJFi 3—3U} ImluB DOitOQ, inn Metou is Kuk^ba ; 609 
cultoD Gadilum uud Co j aoe uaia^ coLtiq^ iaiu aad Co. 
For Vdrouama, 

YamaKiJ:t!bi Mam A—2to nalua cottuu, Italli Urethers, 

For Naoasaiu, 

Clsalui 9^3UCI balOd cofiun 'i'atu uml cu. 


TELLGHAI'llK; LINE KBPOKTS. 


Frurcarv 16, 

ilTATa or INTKRNATIONAC, C«MMUNteallO.T. 

BRKAT HibOTAlV,—Via Teliarazi, iatarruted. Via Ttirh^y, 


via 


iutvrrppEciL Via Baez, perfect, 

Uo.nti*Ni£.vt Or ICuKfu*!):. —I't^hosan. Inlorraptad. 

■Ipruujr, interrupbid. Via dnoi, per fee L 
AaIicbica.—^V ui Broat. parreot* 'Vti* vabenLla, perfect* TIa 
L dfect Cable. pcrfccL 

AUBTixuAIOa,—V ia Putian«r, perfeot. Via Arayor. perfect, 
Cuuvd.,^Via PciiauB. perfect* V’la A moor, perfecit. Via 
ijnamu. pc:rt©ck 

Aprioa. - V la Aden* perfect. Via Cadis Tunarilfe, perfont. 
Via Lisbon Bt* Vliweat, perfoot, 

Privale uiLegTwnji la auaret laaguagv fiir Gruaaa saanoc be 

urnoptod. 

Private teioRrum* for CrMo mual be in pitin FreDeh or 

Turk tab. Sacret lamtUH^u forbiddeo. 

Cable PerDambuco Cearn interrupted. 

Cable BiUtfou Hon RkcuIE mnuTurd^<vt, Tojlcgrania are licine 
dlvarteil via baiTUim witbodtextra nbareie. 

KuAtere Tcivffrupb Company DPiIfy Uit.iirrrupti(:iU qf one orf 
fehfir Meditormno.in cabled. Smucavlay to f.utope.»n trafilc 
Lb kkeiy tu accrue thiircfrory, 

CabJa Maramarl bo Oaya n na i c tarm pt^ rl. 

TehOfaD ronte interruplO'] betwenn tferteb and Gdeeaa, 
'I'urkisb rpntv lutrrrupted beyond Baitaud. 

Litua £^ii;EL9ti-BaDEflicok luterrupivd. 


SQDADEGN ORDERS- 
Hombay, JStk February, 19^9^ % 

1. TheSquai^im will parade on Kri lay the ISth IntfeniAt 
Cbnrch Gate s-taUc.in. at 7 fur mt[icotiati of klU Dn^-. 
Marehlnii; order, 

2^ the ^uudron will parade ou S^atonlay at Dvdar 
istatiqn at t P.tn, Tnmi leaves Coinha tiialloti at a 
Drcsa—Marching order. 

T. W.CUFFK.CapL, 

Cpninjaiiitia^ 

BOMBAY VOLONTJCfiB RIFLES, 

CIBUIMKNTAL ORDKHS BV COLOKKl. R. 3. SBOWN 
V, D,* COMMANDINO B. V. K* 

Bomhfiy, ITth Fcbrnary* ISSa. 

1. Tbe Heirlmocit will poredq ut the iinLdar Railway Station 
at 1 p,Tp„ cm Saturday ncit the I9tb ffisiant for a Field flay*— 
lil 'icn rounde of Blank Auimtiumun per nui,it wifi be 
itiaucd: on par ad n. Pouch cs to bo Luspccicd on fafiing In, 

iO> Attcnilanoo On Lhi« piirodo to oount ^e a double Ccm- 

TDandltUt Otfidens panvii^ for the Cou.mandanlH E-^risca, 

(4l apccLol carriaavH will be alteahchj m tba train lenvina 
Colabsuijf^ p.ni., £k>PT.ib.iy rlmv, EUiiway fares wdl txs paid 
(or tboeaiDlakDK: ebi^ traiq bi Colabrt, Cnurrh Gate* Marti*© 
JLinee. CUarni Koad* Graui Road aod Mabalnxmi siaftena 
Marabers trawllinix frt^m other Htaiiona by the C I P Bvfi- 
way will pay theJr own fares vrbimj will be refunded. 

;i. The oliuw or liisireolion for pn}6cioney ccriUlDatca will 
lusemhle ut Hend-quarters nt dnSiJ p.m,, on Friday the hitb 

[Fiatant^ MciMberaaLteiidLok ibould bna£ rifics*&C, Drcsii— 
Auy, 

By Order* 

C- C&ptAin, 

Adjutoni, B. V, K* 

BOMBAY VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY. 

KKOIMENTAL ORDKltrt BY MAJOil 

а, W. ROUGHTON. A,iiC., C?t>.^a,MANDtNO B, V, A, 

Homhay, *Tth February* »3»d, 

1. The fq I lowing 3ul>dlrfelona) Drills wifi take place tfila 

week :— 

No. I Company at Fo*t lierLd-riuartorA 
Thursday—No4 Snb+ijvblon SkUO to9-15 p,m 4 K »ud No 1 Sup* 
division 9-15 10 ^. 01 ., 4ft in. 14 M LkUf* drill. 

No. 2 Company at Neabfi Koofi Hcad-qunrtorB, 

Bquad drill and: Guaifi Muuatlugfor 3and< ^ub^vi' 
fjlona at h-30 p.OL Wheal Cup Teatps—No I i3iib-dlTl«un if} 
In, It ML»GEuadr[IL at p.rn., and No S tfnb-divlelOD me 
U-15 p.m. 

All members perticuUrty requeued to attend, 

' 2 , Merniiert art' ^^nformwt tuiit they will otily be able tq 
take rervauf^ m Camp at Maliulustini under duyuiiu reattic- 
ttckia which iDclndc previopa mcdlcaJ cxaiulpafiurk* 

Members -ibould tbi^rufore aenfi at once To tills ©fflec. the 
oninre of servaata they wish m Cake to Camp Ihutinatruetl©^ 
may be la^nal to them. 

H, 1 he Corpe will porfvJc aTsrronft bii poa^lbU-ou .^turdnT 

next the 19th untant {bank liobdayi a*. Victoria TtnulnUH, 
at 2-19 p.m, uud preciceil to ^Diiuuga. by the .1 p.m* tmka ilscal 
tini^. UyctjIlM., Members to join a ront*j^ drill '^rder 

with arm^ Fuluu.9 lo b*i vvoru. Licbi Fjolfi gutis will also be 
taken. On orrlrid uL Ntutnnua tbe Corpa will toku [art In 
[UriDci^uvrei with Ctie other Vqluuieer^ iq Gafruo^i. 

I, Ibu lu^rnii for tbu GaUkcro Cup Coxni'ClUjou wIU be 
ecleofed und flist drill take pi see at Town ) LoJi t ompcnjid at 
1^16 p,in eu FHday. Ailmcmbcia wnu bavu vlKpiikd tbvir 
intctitlon of tuklnx part should: attOfidH 

б , Iteave Df iiljsepuq biiv© buen xtituicd for 1 mouth b to 
G''* Rirk bride from this date. 

By Order 

A, J, PFU*F, Lieut. ILA., 

.%dj uLi^nt b. V, A, 


BOMBAY EIGHTH EXTRA MEETING* 


'i’^irn Hon. T. A. l^."^yL^lL'T, mtn uf Litivl fa 

former ^faster of tiia rihijiwriglitj);)' Urdu puny, hitfci been 
A<lEULl.tiHl to iho frceduiii uf tliEil ^nilJ nn Humiliation of 
tho Muiiter* Sir Will nun H, White* DLroutor of Navoi 
Oipstrueliun. 

Tick Japan rijidioty conv^raitKibop wa-* held on Jjui, 
2f> in the galkrifts of tho 'Kuyal Ll 1 ^ttitute of PaiutoM 
in Oil iJolouis. Tlic who nuiulHmiiL^ about four 

luindrtnl, siud Lndufied a conaidcrablt? proiH*rticiii of ^ 
nsitivfti of Jaijan* whore received by the JtvpiiDf?se | 
Miimter aud MadAine Kxto. 


BATDHUAY, FKBBUAHY 40, 

KNTBlfclS. 

This Ahah Pr,ATii—Ra l.SOC, t 1--^ mne, 

Mr Ali bill Amir^A hag i^j^kir 

ll H Aaa Khan's gap Meberai: 

H K Agu Khan'e bag iIcJjds 

air Asman Jah^o 0 a p Inketfijun 

*Mr Ei A vV *3 b a g An«i«r 

M.r U UH bap Almoriima 

Ntr l*jndqp's o a p Valina 

Chluf of MliyBal'a b a. p Ypoujf Itcvongc 

Mr Mi^omed Mu'stau “aifs bag (^tambol 

Mr Ail bln T-Uib's nap Hakum 

Mr Adljhi Var MahcnicrDu bop rlik'Dain 

fihelK. bln Khalira'Bca p King Cnilt 

Hu*» Adgbi noi accuptmg wulghtn to b© raised 6 Ibai', 

Tiift ^lAi^AHAK PcilTE—Ru 1.600, 7 furlmiBrs 

Mr AIL bln Amir’s cap Frttepder 
Aga li fUinh's b u p Tnlwecr 

Otpi 'Voufig and Mr McGecrgc’s bap Danioum 

Cnpt Itevcu's b R g t*andmfi 

,Mr L D’l^ bag l^ielwan 

Mr LyiiiJqa'rt b a u^Squirc 

Mr MolltAcn's b eu m ttawbee 

Mr Hezociil PreUmjl'a b n. g Nubleruan 

Mr Athlixil Ails bln S.ini*s gap A naira 

Mr Dunbar's bag Futtcboola 

Thb HvtuitK lUCE* 

JEIlaga Khan's and Agt i 3 bab,il bauB R The Wiscfc 
Mb<t.;CavaDakb and h aus nj Coira Gorm 

J Ll cm til — Ali&ie Iq 
Mr J Graham's b oU9 g Luxury 

M r G HnnUir^ ii nna g Nu|<i .rjc by Tridtnt—BcKie Rain 
Mr ii Mnatcr^B b aus g LfiBhonDur by flisturbaniK— 
iiuoDur, 

TUB GAtf,UWJlV bTAKRS, 

Mr LyndDo^B bap Centattr 
Mr All bin Amir’s nag Invincible 
MGs Abdcol fbixak Al*cy]* aim ,\m|r ^3 b n p Glads’OQv 
Mr Arlin A tjstiiyie'ac a p Cboster 
TiiR Mixed 

>[aj{)r Conrant-f b and m uardeuia 
Mr A t'J'larkn":^ c a k Doveruor 
Cul J ucibiEllYs baUSm Kar.cy 
Mr CjoTorli's o aus m Nuat 
Mr bag l-tanUvm 

Mr KL'niinck’* beg jleaUty 

Air K H'a bap Kamvo 

TiiK Fkprctabv £T1KIP4. 

Il H Agn Khftn 'j* b 'll e YiUli^ 

EXTRA RACE. 

COVfSOLJbTlOH HANbltol'* 

Ks, 200 for mb Ksfijwaya >1 Unfii not won at the Bombay 

Extra Meettiiga, irW-l-$ 

Diikativc 6 furlqugs 

Entries to clom at Sam, Thursday* ITlh FcUniary, Six 

Eutri<»Hi;>r r,iCij may be colored irtil-i, 

Haodlcare to be pnbJiiithefi 8 a m. Tfida.v, fgtb February 
Tvrma 4»r\iep«)ti4JJ, IbUj Febrearjr* apuly 

CkCII* GRAY, 

Secretary W. I, T. C. 


SP01i'il,\G, 


lik>,MRAY GYMKHANA, 

Wealoni Intiii Lttwn-Tenifis Ch(inq>lgin9hlp ^lOetlDg to be 

held btii wuen 214t and teUi March. 

Gsmlcrnen’d ALugLU CbaniplQnahlp-Rhlmneq Fee itj», j-S, 
Prize. :jilv*r f-hullobg': f'np* Lis. bj tiwi helu for oud 

yifur by the winner, Ala» a .i^uornU priite. Value Its, T 6 . 

Gi}LiUemun's imnhlu iJhanipiun..liip—L*ntra*i^u fqq Its, fi) 
oneb. Fuze, dttver ChAlleiigo Cttp. vninr Its. 5b:'. u> bv buEd 
lor one year, ead twos^aft^iul pruK^ vaJile R>i. uicn, 

i'ho a[ 3 uvu ovuntd are open to tht^ cScrvicC:! aud Aiumtors ot 
recogniecU Clubs througboui Ind^a* 

Tbfl bLst of ijireo sets tu drujeju i.-ach nmtoh. No i iOntage 
Rnincs. or vuiUluge Bull, 't'be i^LOiing w'LlL bu Vantvgv 

afi, gam#, 

'fbo Lawn-Totmis Asd^qcluliun Rules wUl mhnrwiijc in 
foUowoLl, 

The 0011 * 11:0 cdoso on lOtb Mnreli 1811$. 

c. tl. a. Iluny* irtocy.* 

CaWM-lc'iiEiic, Bcjiitbay Gymkhana. 


FUNb IN AID UF .MK'S. U'UO-NKOK. 


Ammint prDrlouily ncknuiVledKt^ **-*<* 
Meeerd Greaye-< Cutlun and Cu ..,*•*.* 

Tho Hon Sir 1 F Farrnn, Kt. and SitfK'Lieut- 

Gol H W R Jtuyd __*_'ll 

Mrri C D W bite and Mr L t-oriAVao, H„..ca(ili 

Mr J w pndo. --- 

Mrs LaLider. *Mi? 4 i Linda , 01.0 Mr .Vl Unicr 

mayuT, __—.,»*„* .„.uncii 

Messrs Mtmaej Manho. a i;:jyuipiiihi'>*‘r. ZIm«- 
B«ui Bug, a Symjhi^l'Ter. ^ c K, Apony* 
muofi, Ur H U VuLim, H lyiitnn, U W Ipd- 
Oaelv* JU Ll IlMriu H Ktnlc, anti Mjtb F 

li.ol ly -. ™ -w... - --each 

iJu^paUti UebUA aad N 0<MJp ??bcty (t hronkb 

KU Wrm iVLNTiel --- -—._ , 

Movita b; F ll. M Aluitiuliii, "Fn-r deli- 
voraooo from pIrk'»'‘,*' M N ItuifOTii 
Framuia B Ifuyan. Jereniiah KuJIy, and w 

D T --*.*>._. ...iiach 

A fzlffnd-. -.... „,.*»,,*,,** 

*da4ter Jou Csnarau _____ „. 


irla 

m 

m 


19 

i 


Totals,.. l,33f 

Many of tb© hrBefdwtere adilud to their K^norous 
girts tbo kiBcle^t wurd© of sympathy igr tbu poor 
widow nnu bfir four little une^i^ in tilts tbuit hour ot 
lad i;>Br«aveintBt nn'l ■ii'^rrosa. May He, “ Who 
id tbq fatoar of orpli-m'^ atci the uf widows " 

reward oonh oacI all a huuircfifyi.l, t can do mo 

more but : 1 (baat you. 

J. HOEVK, S* J, 

Fur 4 Chapel* Medows StracL FuU, 10, 


FOKEION TELEUKaFUIU SEltVICB. 

l,at)fKit datD9 of Fartrign Mefttmgnxi n^coired at Bomhay fra 
tto Dnltdd Kiniplurti iturlng tbd L^l butirs enfilng at a p,iiL, 
dba llth Fqbniafy 15»S, 

I LJiflkvaiia^j 'm Lonjidtude atlnwod rqr.J 


via. 

LiafAfl UqteB. 

Timo ooDupifla 
tn tnuimiBiiloii, 

D, 

1 H, 

( Ml 

HauEo. 1 Mmutac 

Turicvy - -- 

U 

12 

ti p,pj+ 

.^0 


T'ehomu „ _ ....»_*_ 



— 

M- 

31t 

fbnes ____ _ * 

18 

a 

JU p.m 

0 

II 


Tliao qqiTapiQcl In the irnn-:nii^Jon of mes«jrc 0 lo Bombay 

during tho it hoar s omhi^f a lA ^b February IbaB,_ 

MmTimam Ttmo. j*VIlr*lniiim Tim©. 


-- 

R, 1 

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H, 

From CalonBbh,,..— 

I 1 

1 f 

» 1 # 

„ Ksvaodl ****-! 

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2-1 1 

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AocuitPiirti hii Al, LoteiirruNtzi* tbc piNi-L'tiiiuncrciAl 
of human culture in now i>Tvtin|tiihvd Ly tht* Ant 
tralixp and Fti 0 (.fan nativvy. The Lskiiuo, tlw Vcii- 
dahs of Oejlafi, and the Kod IbdiaTift, owipo ^’^ri- 
taet with diF^ wkttoo, have p.WvOii out of tlii}^ vurly 
stegti. 

Rlit, JuETiiM I>Atiti*to fiiL't wfih on in cidont whiDt 
ridintj in Wfcitiniii.sUir on tht moinin/j; of Jitn, 22. H# 
WHd tlm>wii fntuii Jus horse, i*iid the liiinl whoul of a 
van ovur oac of hbi jusi below liid lutv^ 

hut did nut break any bune. 



















































































THE BOMBAY GAZETTE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1896. 


WRITERS AND READERS. 


[ M. H. M. STirtLBV la M moka a book of the aeries 
letter* which ha hna written home fram Sooth 
Ho wont tht-rt for tho cpenJotf Ol the 
lol^ayo Hailwrayp imd be hue wn the Trmiuiva*! as 
teil OH ttboiiesLii, Uue of hfei moui; interautlnf; 
b&pteni oa^tht to be that !■ which ha cleecribaa * 
taetln^ with I^residont KroK*-r, Mu Stanley ha* 
^vLeed the letters^ atlUed some new matter, and 
heiw wUl he a mmp and eereraL Jliu^trations, 
leasrs. Saiupaoa Law are to pubLlbh the volume on 
In early liate, 

The*e will be *□ articla by Tolstoy In the ne^ct 
Jumbor of "OhapmAn*e Mafcazino/* Its hiibjwst ii 
Iroy de Msupswiaiit, the Freoeh riOYelht, naU the art 
V flchlon (ceneralty. ToUtoy’a admiration of Mao- 
U very »lnce£i>. otberwibe, perhapa, he would 
(ever have written tbia aitlele. Lie tippreeiatea bl^ 
^le and i>ower, hut at the sairio tlmu he tbinka 
uupAaiHAnt mlijwed the true feLlileal btatidpoJot ot 
[Irtloti. The jui eU* hue h fii translated from the 
rtujMiian by the Kn>cll^h writer who lu^ee the num de 
kuerra of ** Francla PrevoRt-*' 

Mfsa M+-nle Murtol Dowle (Mrs. Henry Norman} ha* 
lua* AnUhed another novei, In which Kbe traveiMea 
round entirely different from that of G*llia.” Tbo 
Eitle of her now book lu " The Crook of the ilquii^h." 
hnd the want: in labl partly In the Balkan Peulii^ 
■uktf, mtuo of tbr action paaiiinit. In .ConatuDtinople, 
and partly In Landon. in fact, the story la cmiuerned 
' larKo pnrt wii,h cerlain relatlunif and diirerrneo 
P>etweezi Flaet and Want, am reflected In those matters 
rhicb ere the chief Interest ut wtlieraol fiction. This 
k Indicated by a ver^ on the tltla-pai^a quoted from 
, William Wataon. 


NOTICES. 


A book which hua involved yearn of research and 
bailor in to be published by Mesore. Macinlliuti. This 
□4 a cocstitutional work on France, by Mr, Coiirte- 
aiay Bodlcy, who for the purpose of writing it haa 
JlJved In France. Tha capital Rubjest of hie volutuee 
I— there are two of them—le political S'ranee after a 
■oeaLury of revolution. Mr. Cuurtanay Du<1 ley bus 
Mbeen muc^ hn^lpcd m hJe undertaklni^ by three proml- 
fneat Frenchimin. They ate Al. Leroy-Buaujluu, the 
■emluent eounomlat | M. iUebard Waddlni^tjfi, 
Ibfnother of the letn Aitibosaudor liere ; and M, 
ICamllle Darere, who repreawnts France at lierna, 
land who may cornu to Loutloa In succe^bloD to iiaron 
Ida Courcel. 

Before he left for America, Mr. Lb Gallic no e 
Ifinibhad a new novel, and It is now lo the bundM of 
I the printer. The volume, which hiisi ihe title Tbo 
I Romance of Zion Gh*pul, la to be publlRlved here and 
llQ New York by Mr- l#ane. 'riiie title, as ml^ht 
1 bo undemtoud. couveyR an idea of the atmoupbure iti. 

I which klr, Le Galnenou finilH hiu uliarucrA^r. Ua 
I taken a ULsHuntltiK Mock la the North of En^laad 
l^ao doubt the puitlcular county ot J.^tinca-ihlre—and 
I he picks out the omader humaa inteCCbt and the 
I Komance. 

&^Ir> Dent hopes. If it rAii be dohO at all to }{1 vb the 
IIdler a distinct literary quality. Articles will be 
Isalected accordinj^ to liow tihey say u thin^ an well 
laa whet they Hay, To lake UH instance, Mr. Austin 
iDotiaOTL boH been oaked to wrJ^te oonit- papers sitjilJar 

I to Ilia f Atulliar VliiinetCiai^. Sptedal ett^ntloii will be 
|j{lvtit] to Uiu ilLiiauutiuiiv. which, ai{aiii, will aim 
■ at lialnit uit na well aa picture'^. When you take 
lover u moMaalrie, Mr, Dent remarked you neou houio 
linoiitba to i^cl It on to your own particular truck,and 

II am caJculutlnff on six iiiontha fur the tuak. 

Last year Sir Mountutuart Qrant Du IT ijuvo an 
I Notes from a Diary fur the period lliol to Ue 

f ha* now Uiircle extraevn from the ttaiut^ diary down to 
the year Ibdl, when he wor uppoluted Goverour of 
MadruR. Thuae tort her rcminlbccriceR Mr. Murray 
will ^1 VC U 4 very nouti to a couple uf voLuiues, As 
kefon^. Sir Mount^tuiirt hna ancULtules to rucuuus of 
many puhlic iugq. The picsont abouf should lie more 
Interv^Uuic than Um Ul'^L sJocb^ It refert^ tu a hcarer 
timo. Aiuuni< the nmneu which occur in the vutujuos 
are tboM^ of Mr, GiuLlatona. Mr. John NlorJcy, I^ord 
DulTerln, DlsfueU. Thackerayi Gobden, and John 
Drlgliti 

Tlie Welt of KItik ChulEdon>;koru to EugLaud la 
8tUl ft'osh i» our mindu, Mr. Erneat Youck, lute of 
the Siamese Education Uepurtmunt, bu^i written a 
bcKik wbich ho eiitUlua The Kiiitcduiti of tbe Yel¬ 
low Robe, It la ilJUNtiatod by Mr. K. A, Xorhoiy, 
who wiv -4 dl rcctur of I ha Iluyal School ol Art at 
Bankkuk, Mr. Youim hue tried, os a roault of bin 
rebldeuofl in 8lnto, tu adequate account of the 

Siaiijesw. Ho doicilbu’* their domcatic life, their roli- 
giuua cereiuonleSr thvlr wbalo chamctcrlatlcs aa a 
people. IJo UniLa a Dcrtiilfi U'^n^upliicaL roaem Lila nee 
between Venice and Bangkok, iu which, bj the way, 
every previous writer on the latter city hua untlcl- 
pated him. 

Here ar 0 the subjects ami authors of aomc of the 
fortheoiuini; volumes In Futnani^s Lleruea of the 
Nations Series, Mr. S^jenaer XViJkm^n jr to write 
of jrloltke and tho military aupreuiu^:/uf likstmany. 
Then Mr. J, VV\ Hondliim wlJJ dibcuan liisiuiaick and 
the UtfW Gcrinai) Ktaplrc, ilu will sketch the story 
of iis riae, an^l premMit u picture ol what preceded it, 
Mr. Huhijrt Dunlop lEi. lo tivaU uf Dauiel O^CouueU 
and the origin of niiMuual iKc in Ireland. A inono- 
graph by FrofcRflur York Powell on AH rad the Great 
will a]uo ikCive an aciMUnc ol the first kingdom in Eng¬ 
land. Mr. Stanley' L#rtiie-i''oole has nJinust lluibhcd 
a ^iuLuu about Saladin. 

Mr. Audrevv Tucr, of the IjcaflenhalJ Frvart^ E. C., 
who has nearly finished a profosely fliUHtrated woik 
dealing with the Liuoks which aoiused our great 
grandpareots wlien bairnn, dcRircis to be referred to 
Tiire examples ur collections. 

Mrs, Hu wall's vulunjue, A Flo werdiu liter Jo 
(juDenaland, " wfi] tie puhlisbod by Mr. Murray in 
a few days. The main portion of It cuusitiLR ul Letters 
written from l|ueonslund, Lut New Zealand was albO 
vfe^ited. The laie Sir Frederick MuelLvr, well kno wn 
aa au AustralasJiiti nubuiaUsL, uamed the new plants 
which MrR. Ifowan {Uecuvi-red. She speaks uf the 
oxcitcnivtit of seektng, and tbo delight uf Uncling, rare 
and unknown specimens,. This joy, she ileclaruH, 
coTnpensates for any N^rt ul fatigue or bardi-hip in 
travelling. Tbu llluetuttlous aro loosLLy fruiu draw- 
llll;p) lojulo by Mrs. itowau hetself. 

Mr. John Thomson^n Through C'hlha with a 
Camera " Is to Im issued at once by Mtcs-^is. Con- 
Htablo. It coulaiiis quite a reioaikable coUcctlurii of 

f ibotographR madi» by the author during his Jomruey 
u China. These speak with an tufunuHticn whu-ki 
print i-ouJd net nlwaya convey, yot a full text ucrjtu- 
panics the pictures, Mr. Thoiubou vUited ForNiuan, 
which At the time Htill n pari, uf the Chinese 

Empire, ife nkutchos the htst„iry uf China in a tdmtty 
way, and ho has a guud dual tvo s^y uliuot the Treaty 
l^cirts* 

I'nitrldgca and FhuARutitR anu the ublef subject of 
the twelfth part uf Me-^sis. Lawrouue sod HuLlcn'a 
Encyclopocdta of Sp-^rl, whlcli will appear at tbo end 
of the luajitb- J. F- Uidl iiii*l C, C. Tutiway treat 

of the birds fiutu luariiig nitd Rlieu[,lu.c puints 

of view, Arlhur F, Shipley wrliUH of their djsua»us, 
ami tbe 11 un. Walter Heth^uhild on the species that 
might, with adviitiLagt'', Liivradta:ud. A injiisJ dur¬ 
able space la iluvuted to pLriuultuim, whluti has an 
EiiglLb contrlbutur In X d. Aruilstead, Jiml nn 
Amerk-nn in A. Nvisun Ghenoy, IL S- Thuiuaa 
desc’rlldtig the priucIpluR ul ihu art in Jiidiii. Celunul 
IL S. Baden rowidl wiUes uii thi^ 11 nest spoils In 
the world—pljustickliig, ami John Bicketdyku on the 
pike, liig gudic icprc^4!^n vd by Uryx, Do rial, mid 
OvU ummon : arid Rporti' by uii article on Felota, mid 
i>y Captain Hi-rb rt’s mticlie uu polo. Pigeon bbootlng 
has insati treated by 11. Stnnnard and F. C. Hui^r. 
The pbatograviire plates are lioth by Archibald Thur- 
burn, and lUuHtrat^ the articles on T^^rtridges ntid 
pheasauts. 

The lieokiuau snVK :—An unpubiGheiL SLcvouaoii Ls 
shortly to urn* Lhu light. Thuau who have seen it s^ay 
It Is a chartiilng piece uf writing, with Just that 
touch of buuianky about It which gave the 
Sanioa so strong a liuld Ufion Iuvoth uf English litera¬ 
ture. SoflLug the re I m ions uf Siovensun with Mr. 
H-onley t1n.re iH a OtneRR in the pubficatiou of this 
relic In the naw thiec-penny weekly JouriiaL the 
Outlook, ill whioU Mr. iioolcy is taking a keen 
lute rest. 

Two novelH are announced by Messrs. Ddis, Sands 
and Co., The Spirit is Will lug, by Mr. Perclval 
Pickering, and (Jne Crowded iluur, bv Air. A. Bares- 
loni Hylcy. The same Him will also publish iu 
volume furni the GenvorsuLions with Mrs, Ih; Ja itue 
Sinythfl, ivbtch have been nppeariag in the West- 
nil nster G axe tbe. The writer is Mr. Iticciurdo Ste¬ 
phens, the author of Mr. Beiers. Mr. Burgla's story, 
which fitr. Grant Richards 1 r to publish, will m 
c^alied The CalLieixieLn, lustead of Falber Boniface's 
EupiJ, the flr^it selcotiun. Ou Feb. ID Mr. lieiueiuauu 
issued Mr. J. A. Stounrt's novel. The Minister ef 
State, Mr- Steuarc., it may be mentioned is tbo 
. aditor of the FuMishurs' Circular. Scribes and 
Phartfioes. a novel liy Mr. W. Lo Queux, is being pub¬ 
lished by Messrs. hits. Messrs. Chatto and W Indus 
have ready Mr. William West all’s story A Woman 
Tempted £11 Ul. Like it* predecessor. U ith the Rad 
Kagle. thla Is largely a atory of adveriLuro. 


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SarsapariUa — the most thoroughly 
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For scrofula, boils, ulcers, sores, car¬ 
buncles, pimples, blotches, and all 
disorders originating in vitiated 
bi ood, this m ediciu e is a spec ific. 
Ayer'a SarsapariLla is equally bene¬ 
ficial as a remedy for catarrh, rheu¬ 
matism, and rheumatic gout. As a 
Tonic, i-t assists tbo process of 
digestion, stimulates the sluggish 
liver, strengthens tbe nerves, and 
builds up the body when debilitated 
by excessive fatigue or wasting 
illness. Physicians everywhere con¬ 
sider AyeFs Sarsaparilla tbe best. It 
ia a skilfully-prepared combination 
of the most powerful alteratives and 
tonics. No other blood-purifier gives 
equal satisfaction or is so universally 
in demand. 


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A New Era in Cod Liver Oil MaMacture.* 

We are Inilebtcd to rac^t scicnlfiic rciM'arches for the revelaOun of tht no less suniriblnB Ilian 
fmnoTlani fact, that of ^l the Cod Liver Oil hitherto protlDctd not a puftlclc hnn br-cti rtiiUy pitre, even 
when claimed to be “the purest"; however pure the source, the oM wKJt by iht- preseiii system ol 
niAoufacaire Always be comoailnawd wUh decopipoaiuon producia of \i& own Lts, hencu the nauscatin]^ 
aod rupeachiig " peoperilca. 

Wkh full kaowledeo cf the cauae Peter Muller soon found the remedy, and having;' n-niodelled his 
fActorien Id accordance- with the requfroinetitH of the new dfscDverii:^. he has now aiitipied a new nystein 
of nianuraclure w-hlch. for the first lime In the history of this Invaluable remedy, producr?. r/ir pereolb 
'vt-Ty ciillcrenL frani Qiliur uil^z ua-s-y to udjiy lo ui£65t-^ and ^luto tcocp I4k0 Kudciicy lo 

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EVERY TRAVELLING-TRUNK & HOUSEHOLD 

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ought to contain A BOTTIjB of 

ENO’SiERUIT SALT.’ 

It prevent* Any over-ACid *tate of the blood. It 
should be kept in every bedroom in rendineee for any 
emergency. Be carefiil to avoid rash acidulated Eafinea, 
and u&e ENO’S ‘FRUIT SALT* to prevent the bile 
becoming too thick and (impure) producing a gummy, 
viecoua, clammy atioklneBa or adheeiveneat in the mucciis 
membrane of the tnteetmal oanaL frequently the pivot 
of diarrhcea end diaeaee. ENO'S * FRUIT SALT’ pfaventa 
and removes diarrhoea In the early stagea. 

WITHOUT SUCH A KIKPLE PKECADTION 

THE JEOPARDY OF LIFE IS IHMEHSELY INCREASED. 

ENO’S * FftUIT SALT * ia tbe best and elmplcat 
preparatiad for RBQULATINQ tbe action of the LIVEIt 
that baa yet beca i^iecovercd, and renovee effete gooty, 
rfaeiiinalic matter, or any form of poleon from tbe 
bJood. No one ahould go for a cfaaiige of air WITHOUT 
a SUFPiV of THI3*nNVAiUABLE PREPARATION. 

FETEEISO COLDS. SCARLET FEVER. SMALL 
POX PYJEMXA. ERYSIPELAS. MEASLES. OAilGRERE, 
and almost every mcntionable disease.—“ 1 have been a 
nurse for ten years, and have nursed cases of Scarlet 
Fever, I’ya^mia. Erysipelas, Measles, Gangrene, Cancer, 
and almosi every mentionable disease. During the 
whole time 1 have not been ill myself for a single day, 
and this I attribute in a great measure to the use 
of ENO^S ■ FRUIT SALT/ wbicb has kept my BLOOD 
in a l^URE STATE, i recommend at to all my patJents 
during convalescence. ITS VALUE as a &1EAK3 
of HEALTH CANNOT be OVER-ESTIMATED.'^ 

— A PliOFESSIO.MAL NUKSE {Quali/t(d). ^ 

VAIiUE or EHO’S ‘ TRUIT SAET * CAITISi'OT BE TOI«B. 

it3 success to EuropSi Asia, AfticOi AmericOf Au&tmha, uod Wem Zee/oud proue^it. 

There is no doubt Ibal where ENO'S ‘FRUIT SALT’ ha#i been taken in tbe earliest 
stages of a disease it has, in innamerabie Jnsianccs, PREVENTED a SERIOUS ILLNESS- 
Ils effect on any DISORDERED and FEVERISH condition Is SIMPLY MARVELLOUS, Jt la 
in fact NATURE’S OWN REMEDY, and AN UNSURPASSED ONE. A 

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Without It, you have been imposed on by n \¥0RTNLESS tMiTATtON. Prepared only by 
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LIVER oW- 

TJte Lancti ]uns, Bth, 1895 “ It Is now known thAi Cod Liver Oil can bn ptr>TY»red, not only free 
from obji.‘cilofi 9 ble iiiste. bin aVso /r« from the temtency to causu cruciatwnzJ' ThlsLimt 

very dl±imti;nccaLb' 1 e prapexty haa been rcBIOVCd by New BicncKbii- ^ 

The Ohtmist dfw^ Druffi;iit (Landonh M.ty i«t, —MDi.L.Kit's Con Liver Oci..—“ ll would be 
difficult to % 1 'jcak tou highly of (biaoil; the t 4 fie ittark£ tL- advantiret: of the b^-ifroKyl-free pcoce^, oiht 
could not tell il to be an oil. The absence of eructaiian wt hove atealn tested and nroved/’ 


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Tlie MnicTnfl. id " Brajad. is gnarai^efed to contaiii 
all the cream of the original milb:., In the process 
of manufacture nothing but water is removed, 
nothing but the best refined sugar added. 

Avoid low-priced brands from which the cream 
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For INDIA and nil HOT C LI HATES this swceUy Gcentod emoIIieDt Milk is INVALVABLB 
IT KEEPS the SKIN COOL and REFRESEED in the HOTTEST WEATHER, 
BeZhdVes and prevents all SUKEOBN, BEDNEBS, FRECKLES, TAN, etc-, and 
EENDEE3 the SKIN _ I) ELI CATE LY SOFT, SMOOTH and WRITE. 
tt entirely prevents it from becooiing DRY and WRINKLED, and PRESERVES the 
GCUPLEKION £rom tbe scorching efiects of the BUN and WIND more efTectnafiy tbmn nny 
other preparation. The IRRITATT0H caused by the BITES and BTrNGS_ii>f INSECTS fa 
wandertufiy allayed by its use. For impartiag that aoEl velvety feeling to the skin, thi* 
dcughtful prepaj-atio ’ has no equal I* Bold by aU Cheimfits, 

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,fTliniiM.ndbi dl tCHlImniiiiklil prnvo the 
ARGElZ’S CKLEERATEO ‘ Il A H P ARl N V R AZOB ^ 
with lully wurranU-il hiUjrcbiuiKeablc bJiuiee, wolo^ 
never roqulru artndiiitr- All who uae ihfsm iiicu 
with anbanindad nf tboir capoclue®, ■m™ 

i;vt*n thcrec witb Btroniteiit beatilH and moBb ttjndfit 
RliinH ojru unaJiime/ia iii»AyiiiK fbut with 
no othar RAfore tbvy obtaiin 
tsuoh a rctiuuhaJitiy 
And pc-rlcotly iTntnriiciuji 
nhavc uu WI Lb A r Ik; r I'r. 

MAdoeby A. AioiKK/., 

JoDtmt'. France, and BLrmiiiKham. Inuodnctir of tbo 
DriRinoJ and only i^nnine Air Guiio. iDBiat 

upon liavlnj; ]^ii8iaark«d “ Arbeui,'^ with trade mark 
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Food 

FOR INFANTS, 

INVALIDS, & THE AGED. 

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From nn Bmitieot Surgeon t 

“After RlenBTtheDed exrpertencenf Foods, both at home and in India, I consider 
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A BENGER^S FOOD is soU in Tins by Chemists, dc., everywhere. Wholesafv of att Whotesafe Houses. 


dTi editorial In tlic t\L}JA\ .Wt^mCAb 
RF.C0)(l>, o( Ualobcr llkb. says; — 

For many years in India, a 
large numbcro/mitcrprising firms 
in England and Earope have been 
fioodmg the market with so- 
called Foods for Infants and 
Children. It is remarkable to 
note how one after another these 
various brands of doubtful virtue 
have ceased to appear- Time and 
the public con science have pro¬ 
nounced their verdict -and to-day 
we find BENGER almost alone. 
The admirable combination of the 
nutritive elements is so perfectly 
broiig:ht about as to render their 
digestion n matter of pleasant 
facility for tbe weakest manor the 
frailest infanL To-day the medi 
cal profession of 1 ndiafinds k: can¬ 
not do otherwise than stand by a 
friend who has proved his only 
criterion to public support, namely 
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BATHGATE A Co, OffionttF. 


YOUK OLD ETltlRNlL—rb«ro IS a senmi nf ■omforr In a. 
fOVl old rriond. wbioh no ritiw frtondsblp wm Bupply. 
Duavkh's Ticiuuix.v>; aoAPlsyonr wood old mono, lor it 
Aai outstay«i and beaten the bOdi* of siOttiw wnicr*, ^vr*;nw 
ttkfl laat W ye.ira, huvo borni intro^fucod. And why is mta » 
Lt rooily poseotnod thu proportios oliLlinud for it* it le 
Kn-f iQf ^ho Skin aad ttotnploitioit over icnow*^ N 

Illy i«Ubvm tbo LrntuUou ruaultinK froni prickly heaL 
>..waU Ami utlniSH ol loaouna, and OLber siuilUir oaueoa* Lia 
QinBlialci^v thHi of Um ifclniflt tha moi** RootHlnH oao 
♦ lb tOiA wrvolA. 


Wknplbtaly 

the oilei &i 

porfninB 


TALVARbB Dis«OvkRY TOR TBS H a Ir.—I f yOU2 
Iwlr U l■r■Vntrkfoy or whlio or falllna olL UM " Tbo Moxlcau 
39eir ItenAWw," tor It will poHldvoly reetoro In every 00*0 
Orey er Wblto hair, to Via Ortjpnal oolour witbout tcavbig the 
dlaekreeable smell of moat ** Neetorera* “ It makcetbo hair 
Qkorailniily boiiatUu), lu well aapromotins the {^owtb »f the 
On r on bold ^nota, whtise thealoade oro nutdooayod. Ask 

S our f^bemistn for “Tbo MoKLuon Hatr Itenowari ** sold by 
ib’-mlAtaand Perfuaaorv avwywbera, at Si. Ad, ft — 

WhaioMM Depot: YarrinKtoa lioad, 


GOLD & Co.-s 

BmnuiGHii. 

' ENGLAND, 

il'ifHINGES 

lili ARE THE CHEAPEST 

, AJB 1> 

BEST IH THE MARKET. 

Indentora 
can obtain same 
through 

i s^ctSble Brlttoh MeroUant*- inZ0Q 


S. AH. HARRIS 





BARLEY 


roB 

500tS,Stl0BS, 

Harness, 

ANli ALL 

Blaick Leather 
Articles, 

.eSAJDlE^ 

p BROWN 4 

Do«a noe 
Injurw 

*ha Loathar* 


R A^-u im* 
tio &ruahtp*f ■ 


ASK FOR IT, 

’W’.^TiTBPE'XiF. 

HARNESS LIQUID -'STo 

Or Self-ahlnlrig; J*t. FOR T-JA.WNESS* , 


\Sok/\py sfJ Sstddie>es^ ironmopge/&~snd Stofek^kpisi^ 

vir> K-0»fl>0»a »•-. 


m the 


Tho Otjfy MediemBof ihs kind awarded a Certlpeste at ihe Cakutta EMhfbitlon, 7SS3-84t open to ad Countrtat 

Registered D« LALOR’S Trade Mark* 

PHaSPHODYNE 

HAS THE LARGEST SALE OF ANY PHOSPHORIC MEDICINE IN THE WORLD. 

For thirty y«ara his maintaincd it* are ibewn from t1\ 

World-Wide epulalton ma the Best and Gnt day of its admiolsintton by a Kcraarki^ 

BiL-y rellablB Pho.phorn Cr, lor i”'* 

* _ c- * With a feeling of Cojrap;e+ Strength, aod 

Brmh WKBCKAoa. Psitaj.YSTS, Si.«rt*vssr ComfiiTt, DigesdoB is lovieoeoted. The 

Appetite iatrcaae* wonderfvlfy. Slcap 
become* calm and rcfccoMnc. The' Facf 
becomea fuller, the Lip* r^. the Eyit 
brighter, and Skin dear and bcaltby. 

C 

Beware of vHa N 0113 

The eltKG of thi* stoodord Pfaoapborlc Vlll MMUM Crasune wilhoat the Bridob Govcranieet 

Eemedy in Nciroui Debility andita kindteij w f? Stamp wilh “Dr UJor'* Phospbodyn^ 

E vil* 14 wnmediaie and * permanent, all London, Kn^londr nngrawed tbereOa* 

the Mlocrable Feeline* and DtilrcSllne WWfWBJ 

ByxaptDta* diaappearinj with a rapidity J/Tl M Thomand* of n r i m pnw r b i bit tamUmoalM 

that ia rfmlty mfljrvelJaiu. 1 J ^ World, and trom the 

0^/1 kijhMt Medical Anthorities- No otb^ 

Directiona for SeU-Tratmenl of the above Pi»iphortc Prcpaniicm h« recdv*l maA 

dlicosc* with each Bottle* dtitingviahed recosniiioo, 

e 


Hass. DyspepifO, Nerve, Kidney and Liver 
Complaints, Haroaaioe Dmam*, Frcmitaxe 
J>ecay of Vital Power, General Debility, all 
pJoDd Dioardnrs, and aU Functional and 
Diaeoaed ConditKiDS of the Syatem, caused 
ty the deficiency of the Vital Force*. 



BeSd iu BoRlea at Ge 


HEALTH* STRENGTir, & ENERfiL 

. AHo tl«, tP<h, by olU Cheniista throuehont ^Ynrl^ 

■iwuMOTuBED ONLY AT DR. L A LO R’S OS P H ODY W E LABORAT 

ax) XiOisrxJ^^-"- E$r&x*.a-]srr> 


Government of Maharashtra 


on 07 July, 2017 


































































































































































8 


THE BOMBAY GAZETTE, THUBSDAY, EEERUAEY 17, 1898, 



C T G A E E T T E S . 



^Per Box ot^j 50 . Re ' 1 - 8 . j 

^ _ ^It is with every confidence of stnl further public support that I havei 
taken the liberty of presenting to my numerous customers a new brand of ^ 
Cigarettes which, I am sanguine, will meet with merited recognition. The 
brand is appropriate to the auspicious occasion, and I venture to trust 
that the unanimous verdict of intending patrons will be favourable. 
Inasmuch as these Cigarettes are manufactured from the finest# quality, 
of Yenidje Tnrkiali Tobacco [ 

One trial will ensure permanent (Orders from those^vvbo enioy a coo!' 
fragrant Cigar tte. 


I). MACRO POLO, 


GEIiEKAL TOB ACCONISTS TO!U.EB. THE VIOBEOT 


-A.3Srr5 



IS PAID 


EVERY VEARJMTO THE BRITISH REVEHUE 


■JAMES WAfS9«£ 

CELEBRATED DUNDEE WHISKY, 






AWARti 


Oold MeduLs, Parifl, 1878, ISSe* 

JOSEPH OILLO i I 


AT 

CHICAGO, 

1C33. 


Oi Hig'hciat aualily; and 

OreatBet Dnrabilily, ai& Thereforo 

cheapest. 


Barrel Penst 228, 262- SMp Pena, S32, 

4-04- In fine, m^^dlurriT Se. broad Points 


I 


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i 

I 

i; 





COVENTRY 

CYC1.ES. 


Second 


none. 




Unequalled 

for 

Strengfth, 

Quality, 

AND 

Finish. 


Tl-ie OOVENTRV O^tOSS OVOLIS Oo-. U-tCf.. 

IHMGWANO. 

application to otir lA^orlrs at C-oventryi Of to 


I 

! 


Cheapest for Beef Tea and Kitchen Use. 

LIEBIG 

COMPANY’S EXTRACT. 

Alivnys look for the BLUE SIGNATURE. 

Th^re are many ImltatioTis which have 
' DQl iho same flavour and are not so 

I carefully rnanufhcturnML 


ESTABLISHED OVER HALF A CENTURY. 

FREEMAN’S 



REJECT 

SUBSTITUTES 


EY6TirifhGr6 I ^31N Botllts fl,t 12 Ann^ Mid Rs* 1/8 to Rs. 1(1,, 

RHLORODYNE 

c«| JDee FEVEEa. INPLOENZA, DIARRHOJA, D'^'SENTERV. nnrt Asiatic ^olbra, aodb, 
. . GaiMr, COLIC, NEUKALGIA, and DLNGUB FUVEli^ 


1897 . 



9 


1897 . 




PREMIER” BICYCEES. 


AS USED 


BY THE 


ROYAL FAMILY. 



10 HIGHES I 


E X I B I 1 1 O N 


AWARDS. 


abso lxjtbciY the largest ca^cle manufacturers in the wor eij 

A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF ALL MODELS. 

JUST ARRIWiO. 


MODEL 

2. 

MODEL 

P. 

MODEL 

s. 

MODEL 

R, 

MODEL 

o. 

MODEL 

G, 

MODEL 

H, 

“ T'l' 



33 lbs. 
32 lbs. 
35 lbs. 
29 lbs. 
2fi lbs. 
31 lbs. 
34 lbs. 


Cash Price. 
Rs. 450 

Rs. 410 

Rs. 330 

Rs. 330 

Rs. 400 

Rs. 410 

Rs. 330 


PREMIER” NAME “PREMIER'' QUALITY. 

MARCKS & Co., Ld., Sole Agents, 

BOMBAY & POONA. 



THE 



REMINGTON 

TYPEWRITER. 

The aar| the 

Htanilacd Wntiniv jdachiinB 

f 

Excels tn ljUflIMUty aod 
BeiiiiUT of Work. Koae, and 
CGtiv^nlctice of OperatiDii. 
iJlinplicltjp Durability and 
SpCMd. 

W'mea ChpUale and HmaU Lcitent. Ptinctuaiicm Marks, 
Flj^ores, CDumierclai Acrenicd l.ctlerB. eitt,. in aay 

Lanf^tmee that empire rhe Ilenuin c haracter, ea aeU aa 
scnio that douoi, Gan be banippm] on order for Che apecfid 
requirementa of PtoJjtiral, Eesal, UtM-diy, 

SaentMe, ar Medical uaers. 

lHuetTated Cataleena on Application to 

WAKDEN & CO.. 

SOLE IMPORTEI18, 

S7 llttToniam. -Struel; rort, HGIdIJAY. 




This delicate 
perfume 
is persistent as an 

EXTRACT 

for the 

Handkerchief. 

The Ji 

Soap 

and 

Toilet 
Powder 
are adopted 
by refined 
society* 

RIGAUDetC* 

PERFUREKS 







Each bottle la 
equivalent ta the 

pettume uf 
10,000 

WHITE VIOLETS 




THE QUEEH 
EMPRESS OF INDIA. 


CELEBRATED QiLMAN’S STORES 




VlfH OBMIIT 

HAIR PRODUCER AND RESTORER.^ 

le Dr« 9 :Bin.^H specinlly prepared and Perfumed for Toilet 
' HirlMie” Producut Luxuriant Halr.prvvervte It failing off and turning brer. 

Uneqnniled for Proiiiotinf; the Grewl];i of the Beard and Mouaiache. 

^ TtiB WOIIIjD-RRNOWIIED RRMROV for BALDRBSR.^ 

For CBTfng Weak and Thin Byeiasht .i, Presprvjnn, Siren nn hen hie, and lU ndcruit; tha ilrdr beaBtifiiHy Soft. For 
reuiovtne Scurf. Dandnifl, etc,, al-lo for RestOriof; Grey H^ur to Jtii NalurnL Coloar, ft Is without a rlv^. PhysiclBOS 
and AHaLfsts pronounce it to be devoid of any metallic or olher injunoiiii inffredienta. and (tifple a /6 stie) 

peir bottle. May be had f" Hairdrt^naers and Store's all over ilie world 

_ "faPWARDa- CO> , B S ft Qg. HIGH HO L. BORM. MUPOW, W.CL _ 


I.THE FINEST TONIC- 

r mnn efl^ciixe kn retto- L 

I ■ «* ■ vM tba Titility of the 1 

FEE BEAVAIS | 

f cUmRic iDatioiicei.. \ 

■ ua waua 4k A n A InTilnoble in all cue* 

[ FEE BEAVAIS i 

FEE BEAVAIS^S^"' 

l BntuH^uI Ond pr^pontioit' 

I BHXvtcsR mehicaa. flonnif ax*— «<> 1 / 

F tffteti of itfh iiho^ f pnidbciMir ciOUftipaSiau . 

. it nol 

I • Sou? BV Cnkiiiaxa all thA woiUi> ova- »_ 


sqi's 

i^EWEST 

2 V? 

“ Most Re’Preshin^/' 

l^ipc ALWAYS, Btf'T 

DELICIOUSLY CCVIVINC IN 

KOT OR CROVVOPO CCOff^.C. 

A true natural perfurne 

made from flowers. 
Not a Ciiemical preparaii-fft. 

A D L 3 Pi S " PERFUrAE. 

A D L tw E TCJLET SOAP 

for the Coii)tilea 4 ‘'n. 

** A O 1 - I W E " TOILET POWDER in-warttl a 
dellKhl/al tfli»«':i th.-oinn|ib T;o^. 

A* O t- S N E ** SACHETS- r rt ■! jinltjtlr- 

rluef*, Clovr*. iSr. 

**AOLlNE” TOILET CRCAMp PiMtrniDfr cod 
bwiudfyJilif niir di'-. imi. 

Of nU i'k^miwU 

J, Si E. ATl^lPSOH, Ltd.j 2d, Old H-ofKi Stroet, London, 

ffT TTYR. dlbCVlIJIT R ■> 

“WHITE ROSE" PERFUME. 

**A Charm i n Seen H. R. H. Th c Duch ess o f York* 


Printed and pnbUabnd by the PnFprl<«;ar» GRATTAH 
GKARY* at the “ Bombay Gkaettc^' t^Xeam Pr“»<a. iiieQlA 
RtMw* BombiLy* 

AOKNTa,-,-IjO®ciioS: GTCURGK B^rKKKT & Ct JO. Com, 
hflLILC.; MaekfA KKYMh,i. oo* 1 WhilJ?iriai(, tRreaL 
KjCL—Porifl: Me^vaop UA lU' cow pnb- 

Rwt da lUvbU.—C aujdttat Hebert x'RACKJtfi. 
IcOn,