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THE FRIEND-IN-NEED SOCIETY.

THE FRIEND-IN-NEED SOCIETY.

BANGALORIC, 2.ith June. —The Annual Meeting of the Bangalore Friend-in-Need Society was held this morning at the Mayo Hall. The Hon'ble Mr. S. M. Fraser, the Resident, occupied the Chair, and there were presen: the Rev. F. W. Heyomk, the Rev. R. H. Welchman, the Rev. Father Taba
02 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
MYSORE.

MYSORE.

THE MYSORE ANJUMAN. MYSORE, 26th June.—Last week, the second I Annual Meeting of the Mysore Anjuman-i; Ilimayath Islam was held in the Anjuman premises, with the Dewan in the Chair, in the presence of a large and influential gathering. The proceedings opened with a prayer by Mou
02 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
MALABAR. A DERAILMENT.

MALABAR. A DERAILMENT.

CALICUT, 27th June. —On Saturday morning, a shunting engine and some trucks left the line between the Kallai railway station and the bridge, and until yesterday transhipment of passengers was nece.sary. THE LATE MAHADUM TANCAL. The funeral of the late Mahadnni Tangal of Ponani t
02 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
A' MAIL

A' MAIL

Mahomedan Riders and the British Government, and showed the vast improveinents made by the British Government and the peace and security the country enjoys at the present time. During the rule of the Hindu Rajahs, learning confined to a particular class ;in the time of the Malio
02 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
110FUSSIL CELEBRATIONS.

110FUSSIL CELEBRATIONS.

DARJEELING. At the Darjeeling parkule, .the Lieutenant Governor took the aalutes. CALCUTTA. The usual Birthday Parade was held here but was sparsely attended. There was a small crowd, mainly composed of Europeans. JEYPORE. The King's Birthday ass celebrated at Jeypore. H. H. the
02 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
TINNEvELLv.

TINNEvELLv.

The Tinnevelly Students, Association cele brated the King's Birthday. Flags were flying on the,premises during the day and in theevening the members were entertained with music, which was followed by a tea party. At night the premises were decorated with coloured lights and is m
02 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE MOHMAND EXPEDITION.

THE MOHMAND EXPEDITION.

GENERAL WILLCOCKS'S DESPATCHES. General Willeocke's Despatch On the recent operations on the Mohniand border, in the Khyber and in the Mohniand country is published, together with Lord Kitchener's comments and the Government of India's orders. GOVERNMENT OF INDIA'S APPRECIATION.
02 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
[2ND JULY, 1908.

[2ND JULY, 1908.

The work et extracting the dead and woru/d--.a from the damegeticarriage commenced without delay, and messages were despatched Cawnpore, Allahatad and Fatehpur for medical and other assistance. Later a down traen ambulance compartment was improvised in which the injured were con
02 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE RECENT FRONTIER RAID.

THE RECENT FRONTIER RAID.

A NOTORIOUS RAIDER KILLED. The following Press communique has been published t—Later particulate regarding the attack on the garrison of the Tiarza post, in Southern Waziristan, on the 7th instant, show that thrce of the raiders were killed and two wounded by the Militia. Among
02 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
EDUCATION IN BARODA. AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT.

EDUCATION IN BARODA. AN INTERESTING EXPERIMENT.

H. E. the Governor of Bombay remarked, at the recent meeting of the Council, that the Hon'ble Mr. Setalved was not quite correct in saying that free and compulsory education had been established in Baroda. Only a tentative step, he pointed out, was being taken in that direction.
02 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India