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GREAT "ENGLISH DERBY" SWEEP. 1873. FOR ALL INDIA. 0/ U. Colonel Twins, R.A. S. ELYIIOOVOO4,, Kay.. If. Key., I Captain

GREAT "ENGLISH DERBY" SWEEP. 1873. FOR ALL INDIA. 0/ U. Colonel Twins, R.A. S. ELYIIOOVOO4,, Kay.. If. Key., I Captain

J. F. Dancer!, R. H. A. Humana Tickets Ra. 10 (Ten) each. Casia. Vivo per cent. will be deducted for the of the Lucknow Fund. Lew Thouaintl) will ho divided amongst those tele draw starters. After deducting all the latlance will be dirided, Tin Witmer to take two-thirds, do. one
10 May 1873 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
R..-. ........... ......• JI 0 17 0 ...... RAUZAN ........ .......... ........•: 5 0 13 8 MEDOC Mad Cop) E

R..-. ........... ......• JI 0 17 0 ...... RAUZAN ........ .......... ........•: 5 0 13 8 MEDOC Mad Cop) E

(MAIM CAP)... PETIT MEDOC ..... . HAUT SAUTERNES.. BAREAC...... ..... PALMER ................ LA ItOSZ ............ 19 U 11 o Br. ........... ........ .............. 17 0 10 BURGII NDIES. CRABLIIT (Red). NUITS (Red) CILIDLIB (while) • 140 MACON (Red) ..... VOLNAT (Red) ... CHABL
08 August 1873 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
NOTICES.

NOTICES.

EXCHANGE HANES eleeed es FRI DAI Bad SATURDAY. la am ow account of CootANUT 11OLIDAYN. Bombay. 314 Jay FORT PRIVATE BOARD AND RZBIDENCIL IMO ROOMS TO LET, Furnished or Cuturnidssa,srith vrltlvAlt Board. Apply at 11, Military &park Fort. BUNGALOW WANTED TN AHMEDABAD, with GARDEN,
08 August 1873 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Dengue Traatnunn, I*. T. K. Chart... F.tyref a Clinical and 01 .dim.. is lean l2 A

Dengue Traatnunn, I*. T. K. Chart... F.tyref a Clinical and 01 .dim.. is lean l2 A

. . Lyon'. liowb.ty 31illett ou the Law ..1 Innnivoley in India Vteid ea the New I. .4 Moidenee. Lethbridge% Ilist.ry of 8rbool» etatees Cattk Poet,. Newlittow Cricket nett. New &Wine PArker's ItLkek burn", 11ke Harts Illwattabes. Aral•le by r.. Clerk rAtty, hy K.de M... 001.1 C
08 August 1873 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
HOMEWARD MAIL.

HOMEWARD MAIL.

Till following passengers booked to proceed to-day, the Bth instant, by the Rod 0. Co.'s H. H. Orius, 1.119 tons, Capt. W. Fentimen : FOR and 2 children. Mn'. Ward and Col. Moyle's child. Purr. A. W. Bate, Mr. H D. H. lathes, Mr. J. Murray, Mr. .1. T. Brownnutt. Ilia Hand. Mr. s
08 August 1873 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
TO LET. commodious HOU/Min CHURCH OAT,. ItTREET. A HOUSE In MODY KHANA STREET. T. he to In whole 00 10

TO LET. commodious HOU/Min CHURCH OAT,. ItTREET. A HOUSE In MODY KHANA STREET. T. he to In whole 00 10

APARTMENTS In CHURCH GATE STREET, lately by Memos. R. H. Hobbs A Co. The PRICIIISES In HORNBY ROW. Maly In the occupation of , King It Co. ' Upperatorted PREMISES on the BREACH CANDY ROAD. Apply to NANABHOY 13111AMJICE JEZJEZBHOY.
08 August 1873 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
ght Nathan fiateximan. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1873.

ght Nathan fiateximan. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1873.

fiateximan. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1873. THAN Sir William Mnir—quiet, mild and "paternal" as an administrator,--there is no Governor more resolutely persistent in his efforts to remove "blemishes" of the administration. It is we:l•known that for some years.the present Lie..'snant-Goveruo
09 May 1873 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
EDITORIAL NOTES.

EDITORIAL NOTES.

have to acknowledge, with thanks. receipt Of the Ceylon Directory and Calendar, e.nipiled by Messrs. A. M. and .1. Ferguson, Editors of the It is a large and most valuable volume. containing the usual information in such publications. supplemented by other matters of useful info
09 May 1873 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
et i with the name of the Queen of Heaven. Therefore, he said. while they tried to revive reverence, devotion,

et i with the name of the Queen of Heaven. Therefore, he said. while they tried to revive reverence, devotion,

and piety, and while he congratulated them on having made that church decent and putting their choir in surplices—there was no superstition in that ; it was decent and reverent—be hoped they would not forget there was a limit to these things, and that they must not go in search
09 May 1873 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
FRONTIER INTELLW ENC E.

FRONTIER INTELLW ENC E.

01'n Cahill correspondent inforni4 that the Atneer. has written privately to non, Sirdar Niahomed Khan, warning hien against Russian attack and advising him to cultivate friendly relations with his milneets in , Ilerat, no that in time reed, their assistance may be counted upon.
14 June 1873 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India