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04 February 1904 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE MADRAS

THE MADRAS

The Survey Party which was out towards Nushki, wr*us a correspondent, is suffering much from the inclement weather. Life in tents is entailing grea t hardships, but the oasualties are few the work is progressing. What might have been a serious incident is reported from the front
04 February 1904 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
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04 February 1904 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
South Mysore Notes. (From our own (orrespondent.) COPFEEe

South Mysore Notes. (From our own (orrespondent.) COPFEEe

SAELASPUR, 27t4 Jan.—Crops in Munzerabad, following the heavy bearing of last year, are g•r.erally poor, except towards the Mudigere and 1 lut side where I hear they are well up to average. Some estates thereabouts are doing very Ns Al and the owners are to be congratulated upoa
04 February 1904 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
ACCIDANTS.

ACCIDANTS.

Mr. T. A. Clark, Reduction Officer of the Tank Block M,ne, bad a heavy fall from his horse on Sunds. last. Miss Richards, of Nundydroog Mine, met with an accident on Monday
04 February 1904 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
SCHOOLS CLOSED.

SCHOOLS CLOSED.

All the schools in the town are closed, including the American Mission Boys' Lower Secondary School, which is situated near the street where the disease appeared. The High School and the Mission Girl's Boarding S3hool, which are not in the town proper, are still open. The former
04 February 1904 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
The Travancore Dewanship.

The Travancore Dewanship.

SIR,—A letter on the above subject was pub. lished in the columns of your paper last week, deprecating the appointment of a foreigner on the ground that he has no permanent stake in 115 ' the country. The reasoning is superficial and does not evidently disclose a thorough grasp
04 February 1904 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
The Indian Tea Association. A GENERAL COMMITTEE MEETING.

The Indian Tea Association. A GENERAL COMMITTEE MEETING.

The following are extracts from the Minutes of the proceedings at a Meeting of the General Committee of the Indian Tea Association held in Calcutta on the 19th ultimo : TIIE LONDON ASSOCIATION. Letters dated 23rd December, 1903, and Ist January. 1904, from the Secretary, Indian
04 February 1904 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
India and the Crisis.

India and the Crisis.

The Pioneen—lt may be noted as a very interesting fact that the course of the quarrel between Russia and Japan has been closely followed in the Native States in India. In some instances this interest has been emphasised owing to the fact that the local Imperial Service troops se
04 February 1904 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
(4TH FEBRUARY, 1904.

(4TH FEBRUARY, 1904.

(3) That to ensure sumer; in operations against "rooequito-blight," the whole areu affected with the blight, and not widely separated from other affected tea, should be similarly treated, or the insects from the untreated part will quickly again infect the treated tea. (4) That
04 February 1904 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India