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Pondichetry Notes. (From °ter own Correspondent.)

Pondichetry Notes. (From °ter own Correspondent.)

PoVDICIIKIRRY, 15th Ma rch.—Social I y Ppeaking, there is absolutely nothing of interest to record. There reigns a :int of lull, where Lenten observances and the Sunday evening sermon seem to absorb the fair sr:, who, I must say, have had, during the so•called festive season, ve
22 March 1900 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
ram Lbe Madnie.

ram Lbe Madnie.

Lbe Madnie. peroooal_ly to 0,-- Arm - and y, Idemanded that he should ‘ than the sword,the military within him could not be as he lived, a type of in iaht all proud.
22 March 1900 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
GENERAL COMMITTEE.

GENERAL COMMITTEE.

Mr. H. K. Beauchamp, she Hon'ole Mr. Justioe w-on, Mr. B. H. Chesser, Rev. J. Cooling. Major J. Donaldson, A.M 3 . the Vnn'ble W. Weeton Km., Mr. A. W. B. Hirorena, Lieutenant-Colonel W. H. L Mr. R. Hill, Mr. D. A. Muereedv. the ft-v. E. F. Mqtrut, RAW F. Penny, Mr. C. E. PhiPm,
22 March 1900 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
The Royal &lute and the G3vernor.

The Royal &lute and the G3vernor.

Ste,—Wßl you please inform me what per. sonages besides Her Majesty the Queen. Empress are entitled to the Royal Salute? In your report of the proceedings at the distribution of prix-s to the Madras Volunteers on the 16th instant, I uotioe that you say that H. E. the Governor wa
22 March 1900 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
Lord Curzon's RailwAy Policy.

Lord Curzon's RailwAy Policy.

OF Tag MANY MATTIERS OF FIRST-RATZ importance which Lord Cutts is has taken up since his arrival in India, there is none upon which he has made a deeper impress of his personality than the question of railway construction. One of his first ac.a after assuming office was to radic
22 March 1900 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
with young and old Bengal, and imbued with a ripe knowledge of the cauves of the swamies and failures of

with young and old Bengal, and imbued with a ripe knowledge of the cauves of the swamies and failures of

education and evangelisation in ludic Mr. Lougridge maintains that much good work has been done by the Mission in the short period of its existence. It started in a hired house in a poor locality in Calcutta ;it has now a magnificent mansion in the centre of the Native and stude
22 March 1900 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
,17g

,17g

, 17g ooessidared these objections oaxtfully, but deoidefi the case for postponing action we. not Made out., and believed that exchange would tend to settle, al wry rate in she busy seams, at the maximum level under our policy, and that goli would not I be &Booted but would still
22 March 1900 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE FUNERAL.

THE FUNERAL.

CALCUTTA, 19th March.—Sir William Lock. hares funeral to-day was most Impressive. The Most Reverend the Metropolitan officiated, and ady L Lockhart herself attended, all the high t fficiais sod Military (Awls and a vast con. Gonne of people being present, while salutes were fire
22 March 1900 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
The PIOB3 Mee>aces Bill.

The PIOB3 Mee>aces Bill.

-- The Eisglishman.—There will be few, it is to hi feared, to lament the decease of the POOPS Telegraph Messages Bill, whieh Lord Carron consigned with his own hands to early and unhononred grave. Some of the reasons ad. &teed Ity His Excellency for the slaughter of this innocen
22 March 1900 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
Th. M. V. G. Rifle Meeting.

Th. M. V. G. Rifle Meeting.

22ad Feb.—The atroo.pheric conditions were all that could be desired. Neither light nor wind proved troublt some and the day was one of the btst since the opening of the Meeting. This was taken advantage of and scores high at both 300 and 400 yard... There were few competitors a
01 March 1900 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India