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THE Y. M. C. A. ADDRESS BY DR. R. A. HUME.

THE Y. M. C. A. ADDRESS BY DR. R. A. HUME.

Dr. It. A. Hume, of Ahmednagar, a delegate to the Indian National Congress, addreased a large audience in the Anderson Hall on Sunday afternoon, the subject of his address being "The True Patriotism in the Present Crisis." Ire the course of his address Dr. Hume spoke aa follows
31 December 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
INDUSTRIAL CONFERI4:NCE. YOURTEI ANNUAL SESSION

INDUSTRIAL CONFERI4:NCE. YOURTEI ANNUAL SESSION

INDUSTRIAL CONFERI4:NCE. YOURTEI A NN UAL SESSION OPENING DAY. The fourth session of Ole Industiial Conference essiemble.l at. un Saturday in the Congress p ivilion on the Mount Road. There ii. large gathering of visitors present, and auiong those seated on the platform were the
31 December 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
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lus. CAFITAL The want of capital and enterprise io, equally with backwardneee in the application of scientific knowledge and method*, reopsiesible for our unsatisfactory condition. The pe ple of Indi* ant poor. Men counted rich here would iu England be hardly considered as posse
31 December 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
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31 December 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
OLCOTT PANCHAMA SCHOOLS. THE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.

OLCOTT PANCHAMA SCHOOLS. THE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.

The demonstrations and exhibitions organised for benefit of teachers by Miss C. Kofel, Superintendent of the Olcott Paneliama Free Schools in Teynampet, which closed on Thursday related to every department. of useful instruction for the young. The Institute lasted for four days
31 December 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS.

THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS.

A MODERATE PRONOUNCEMENT. Dr. Rash Behari Ghose, who on rising was received with prolonged and deafening cheers, then delivered his Presidential Address, which was listened to with close attention and punctuated with repeated cheers. The following is the fnll text of the Address
31 December 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
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31 December 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
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31 December 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
who bad had experience in India, including the leader of the Conservative Party, Ltd Lansdowne, were not reaotionary. There in

who bad had experience in India, including the leader of the Conservative Party, Ltd Lansdowne, were not reaotionary. There in

the House of Lords his noble friend Lord Ripon, the grand old man of British politics. When the Bill went before the House of Lords, be did think that there would be any of that reacticmary spirit shown by that body towards ledia that it showed towards other things that before t
31 December 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
BRITISH COMM ITTEE'S REPORT.

BRITISH COMM ITTEE'S REPORT.

The following Report of the 13ritish Committee of the Indian National Congress for 1907-08 has been issued : In last year's Report the critical situation in India was reviewed, and a protest recorded against the action of the Government,which,instead of enquir' ing into grievanc
31 December 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India