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01 February 1902 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
THE BRITISH "SYSTEM."

THE BRITISH "SYSTEM."

The inventor of the fable of the countryomouse and the city-mouse illustrated a truth which, though pie, is yet of vast and varied application. That every station in life has its own advantages and disadvantages, that comforts and cares are like the two sides of the same sheet,
22 February 1902 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
THE VOICE OF INDIA.

THE VOICE OF INDIA.

other evils, and that life is generally a choice between two evils. Why were fixed payments introduced, and why were "technical law courts" established ? Critics in India have alleged that the one great defect, which mars the value of Lord Curzon's Resolution on the Land Revenue
22 February 1902 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
A PETITION ON BEHALF OF THE RURAL POOR OF INDIA TO H. E. LORD CURZON. (By RAIIJI bi 4 ROWJI. ) Mr LORD,

A PETITION ON BEHALF OF THE RURAL POOR OF INDIA TO H. E. LORD CURZON. (By RAIIJI bi 4 ROWJI. ) Mr LORD,

A PETITION ON BEHALF OF THE RURAL POOR OF INDIA TO H. E. LORD CURZON. (By RAIIJI bi 4 ) Mr LORD, You have won golden opinions, and every one of us hopes that you will leave India better than you found it. If Shakespere were alive to-day, he would liken you to a cedar whose arms n
22 February 1902 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
[February 22, 1902]

[February 22, 1902]

22 February 1902 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
[February 22, 1002 IMBRID GE

[February 22, 1002 IMBRID GE

ishers Co:L a T D. MANUFACTURERS OF ART FURNITURE. INTERIOR DECORATION, ART METAL WORK. BILLIARD TABLE MANUFACTURERS, CARVED WORK, A SPECIALTY. FOR SALE. BOMBAY. Elegantly-bound compilation of 3 Vols. of about 750 decisions of the Bombay Govern- ment in important political cases
22 February 1902 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
[January 25, 1902.1 Surely, the railway authorities ought to be able to provide suitable accommodation for their best customers—the third-class

[January 25, 1902.1 Surely, the railway authorities ought to be able to provide suitable accommodation for their best customers—the third-class

passengers. The lack of proper Latrine accommodation in third-class carriages ought also to receive immediate attention. It is contended that the lines would be fouled if a provision were made. But it seems rather anomalous that this objection should be raised in the case of the
25 January 1902 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
THE VOICE OF INDIA. On airtirr Circintnintarario. THE SEVENTEENTH INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS. ALLEGED SPLIT IN THE CONGRESS CAMP. THE BENGALF,E.

THE VOICE OF INDIA. On airtirr Circintnintarario. THE SEVENTEENTH INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS. ALLEGED SPLIT IN THE CONGRESS CAMP. THE BENGALF,E.

THE VOICE OF INDIA. On Circintnintarario. THE SEVENTEENTH INDIAN NATIONAL CONGRESS. ALLEGED SPLIT IN THE CONGRESS CAMP. THE BENGALF,E. (English DA CAlcutta, January 3. THE Congress closed its labours en Saturday last amid demonstrations of enthusianin which must have .convinced t
25 January 1902 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
[January ,5, 19021

[January ,5, 19021

aspirations of the country. It has all along claimed for itself the highest political wisdom of the nation. It stands firmly rooted i. sympathies and affections of the whole educated cOrismiinitY in India. NO publicist In this . country can be honestly indifferent to the fittitr
25 January 1902 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
[January '25, 1902.]

[January '25, 1902.]

[January 1902.] incidental to the session, let us take a calm and dispassionate view of the manner in which the whole busitieis has been managed. So far as the numerical strength of the audience and the merely speech-making part of the function sre concerned, there can be no doub
25 January 1902 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India