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40 ing, especially the Tinnevelly Inspector. Could the Adamson that the Tinnevelly Impactor, who did nut even know Chidarnharam Pillay

40 ing, especially the Tinnevelly Inspector. Could the Adamson that the Tinnevelly Impactor, who did nut even know Chidarnharam Pillay

before, who had no sequaintanisi with him, and was at the time he took the notes taking them not in respect of criminal proceedings of this kind, but merely with referents) to the security cane ; could they for one moment believe that tins Inspector would have prostituted his du
09 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE INDIAN STAFF COLLEGE. ANNUAL DINNER.

THE INDIAN STAFF COLLEGE. ANNUAL DINNER.

The Stall College Dinner was held at Simla on the instant, Sir liftueliamp Duff pre• Thirty-live Staff College Officen4 were present, nine of them being Indian Staff College men. The guests were H. E. the Commanderi -Chief, the Adjutant-General and the Military Secretary. BEAUCH
09 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE MADRAS WEEKLY MAIL THE MADRAS FISHERIES.

THE MADRAS WEEKLY MAIL THE MADRAS FISHERIES.

ON ANOTHER PAGE WILL BE FOUND extracts from the proposals for the Marine Fishery Experimental Station which Sir FREDERICK NICHOLSON has submitted to the Government of Madras. It is to be noted that though the whole scheme is necessarily experimental, nothing has been proposed wh
09 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
9T n JULY, 1908.]

9T n JULY, 1908.]

Desran Bahadur ft. Srinivasaraghava Iyengar, when head of the Department, compiled from the records of the Department and other evidence available his valuable monograph "Forty Years Progress in Madras," and we are promised an equally valuable series of Reports as the result of
09 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
fløuit*ntetligence. (From owr OM correspondents.) BANGALORE THE S. 1. It. A.

fløuit*ntetligence. (From owr OM correspondents.) BANGALORE THE S. 1. It. A.

fløuit*ntetligence. (From owr correspondents.) BANGALORE THE S. 1. It. A. BANGALORE, 7th July. —There was a Meeting of the Executive Committee of the S. I. R. A. at the Association offices to-day, Major-General Filcher occupying the chair. The business related to introducing some
09 July 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE KISTNA-GUNTUR CONFERENCE. AT TENALL

THE KISTNA-GUNTUR CONFERENCE. AT TENALL

TENALL 2ad Jaae.—Tuu Conference opened by the Secretary of the Reception Committee, Mr. Sanganieswara Rao, a Pleader of Tensli, who welcomed the delegates in a speech in which he referred to several mutters to be discussed by the Conference, including political subjects and grie
11 June 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
TINNEVELLY AFFAIRS.

TINNEVELLY AFFAIRS.

rhe following Resolution was put from the Chair and carried :—That this Conference with regret that there is an impression gaining ground in the Province that the executive officers of are working against the Mwadeshi movement, and this Conference, therefore, urges the Governmen
11 June 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

The b cal Mahomedans offered a silver Cup to the best football team in the Southern Districts of the Presidency, Two teams from Trichinopoly, one from Vellore, one horn Salem, one from Ootecamund, and two front Coitub &tore compet , cl. The trials lasted ten days. Sergeant Instr
11 June 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.

Mr. F. P. Fernandez, Assistant Surgeon in charge of the Leper and Lunatic Asylums, who has put in about 35 years service in the State, has been permitted to retire. The management of the Asylums has been admitted to be a credit to the State by all visitors, and successive Reside
11 June 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE MADRAS WEEKLY MAIL

THE MADRAS WEEKLY MAIL

Meanwhile, Drew has discovered that he is not invulnerable, and being an honest man determines to take himself off. He tells White, and goes to that gentleman's studio to pack, without seeing Mrs. Moxon again. In the course of the evening White mentions casually to her that Drew
11 June 1908 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India