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NATIONAL GUARDIAN (English Weekly), Calcutta, November 2. NOBODY grudges His Excellency his advancement in the Peerage. Lord Northbrook, a Liberal Viceroy, was rewarded with an Earldom, even by a Conservative Prime Minister. His successor Lord Lytton, who was perhaps the worst V
01 December 1888 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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01 December 1888 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
663 GUJARAT DAIWAN (Anglo-Gujarati Bi-weekly), Surat, November M.

663 GUJARAT DAIWAN (Anglo-Gujarati Bi-weekly), Surat, November M.

663 GUJARAT (Anglo-Gujarati Bi-weekly), Surat, November M. m ERE are those who were the foremost in urging the to establish commercial relations with Thibet ? Will they give even a pie of one crore of rupees less some few lakhs? No. The poor Indian tax-payer, and he only will hav
01 December 1888 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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they have a tendency to become speedily converted into the sword. However that may be, starvation is the only fate that can await the Indian people, if on grounds similar to those of the Sikkim expedition, crores of rupees are to be spent out of the Indian revenue. The ADVOCATE
01 December 1888 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
BEHAR 11EnAr.i) (English Weokly), liankipur, November 17.

BEHAR 11EnAr.i) (English Weokly), liankipur, November 17.

BEHAR (English Weokly), liankipur, November 17. SIR AUCKLAND maintains that, though the two pamphlets appended to the Report of the Third Congress speak of the hardships and grievances of the people of India, they do not even refer to the numerous blessings which British rule has
01 December 1888 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
1888.1 The Government Resolution on the condition of the Masses. 679

1888.1 The Government Resolution on the condition of the Masses. 679

recourse to a metaphor, it might be said to have been carried on with closed doors. The public knew nothing about it, its methods of procedure, even its programme. The masses, in whose interests the enquiry was ostensibly instituted, knew nothing of what was going on. So far as
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AmiuTA BAZAR PATRIKA (English Weekly), Calcutta., November 15. men. Ikk AND (HANniuKA, (Bengali Daily), Calcutta, November 18. The extension of railways and canals will in time improve the status of the ryot classes, but it is not what will be, but what is, that concerns Us at p
01 December 1888 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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692 which would have effected considerable reduction in expenditure. But the Government of India has not shown any great desire to give effect to the recommendations of the Finance Committee. INDIAN (English Daily), Calcutta, November 22. THE Provincial Contracts, hitherto made,
01 December 1888 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
69 0 The GUJARATI (( ujarati Weekly), Bombay, October 28.

69 0 The GUJARATI (( ujarati Weekly), Bombay, October 28.

THERE is not the least doubt that these Provinc ial Conferences will in the means of d isse minating political intelligence among the villages. In spite of the manifest good results resulting from such Conferences, it bAtfles our apprehension to find that our political associati
01 December 1888 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India