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THE MADRAS •WEEKLY MAIL

THE MADRAS •WEEKLY MAIL

or by providing medical treatment, diet, and nursing (Cten the snflerers have a shelter of their own) with special attention to their feelings and prejudices. and providing for them a decent cremation if they happen to die without means at the Home of the Association. (e) To fin
09 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
16Tu. Alwyn, 1908.

16Tu. Alwyn, 1908.

Khotan. The last letters reeeived from the explorer, says the l'ioneer, are dated the 4th June, written while he was on his way to that place. Dr. Stein having finished his winter aad spring work, which extended to the northern portion of the basin of the Tarim River whose triba
06 August 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
Ist August.

Ist August.

Tee Y. W. C. A.—Miss Bernard, Superintendent el the Presidency Training School for Mistresses, delivered at the Y. W. C. A. yesterday evening, a Moat interesting and instructive lecture on her 'travels in Italy, taking the chief sights of interest visited by her in Genoa, Milan,
06 August 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
OBITUARY.

OBITUARY.

13ANGALostE, 31st July.—The death occurred here early this morning of Bright's disease of Mr. G. King, a retired Permanent Way Inspector of the late Southern Mahratta Railway. The deceased was aged 64 and was buried by the Rev. H. Lamb at the Oosoor Road Cemetery.
06 August 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
AN ENTERTAINMENT.

AN ENTERTAINMENT.

The performance given by Captain Hirsch, 1.N1.5.. on Saturday last in the Santa Crux High School Hall was a success, and the attend once was large. The proceeds of the performance are to be applied for the benefit of the local HI tospital.
06 August 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
NORTH MALABAR.

NORTH MALABAR.

A FAMINE FUND MEZTING. TELLICHERRY, 2nd Aug.—At the invitation of the Mr. H. D'A. C. Reilly, the Sub-Collector, a large number of merchants, landowners, officials and others assembled at a Public Meeting in the District Court building on Tuesday to organise a local branch of the
06 August 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
QUININE PACKETS.

QUININE PACKETS.

In the Mithavadi published to-day there is a letter from a Nadapuram correspondent with some comments regarding the sale of the piee-packets of quinine to which the attention of the Government should be called. A number of men, it is alleged, have found out that it is a profitab
06 August 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
KATPADI.

KATPADI.

A DANCE. KATPADI, Ist Aug.—A very successful damn -was organised by Messrs. Fritchley and Stracey in celebration of the King-Emperor's Birthday. The function was to have taken place on the official date notified for the purpose, but had to be put off from unavoidable causes. On
06 August 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
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° getters to tt.c gbitor. Factories and Indian Tyranny. 8114—Your sympathetic editorial summary of the Factory Commission's Report in yesterday's Madras Mail is good reading, and I would advise those of your readers who are inclined to be pro-Extremista to read, mark learn and in
06 August 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
The South Indian United Church.

The South Indian United Church.

Sta.—The reporter through whose efforts—together with your courtesy—such a measure of publicity has been given to the proceedings of the first General Assembly of this Church, has at one point so condensed what I said with reference to the history of the Union as to make the acc
06 August 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India