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INDIAN SPECTATOR (Eriglißh Weekly), Bombay, August 17.

INDIAN SPECTATOR (Eriglißh Weekly), Bombay, August 17.

WE do not like the present system of unequal education. An over-educated husband and an under-educated wife cannot make a home worth having. There must be a decent proportion observed. The present method—high education for boys and mere elementary knowledge of the vernaculars fo
31 August 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
JAM-E-JAMSHED (Gujarati Daily), Bombay, August 9.

JAM-E-JAMSHED (Gujarati Daily), Bombay, August 9.

lIT is true that merely educating our girls to the extent of reading and writing does not serve our purpose, and we are, therefore, only too glad to accord our support to any movement set on foot here or elsewhere for the establishment of a High School for females where high edu
31 August 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The Voice of India.

The Voice of India.

rent suits. After the agitation on the Ilbert Bill, justice, it seems, has sunk in the ocean. . . .
31 August 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
545 TUTI-E-HIND (Urdu Weekly), Meerath, August 16.

545 TUTI-E-HIND (Urdu Weekly), Meerath, August 16.

- THE Ameer has not yet taken upon himself to provide for safety of the members of the Delimitation Commission. Perhaps His Highness is justified in not assuming the responsibility, which is indeed heaviest in its nature. However faithful and loyal he may be, he does not confide
31 August 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
GENTLEMEN who have not yet paid in their subscriptions for 1883 are req4sted to so at once. Morassil subscribers and

GENTLEMEN who have not yet paid in their subscriptions for 1883 are req4sted to so at once. Morassil subscribers and

advertisers will also please to remit money for the current year.
31 August 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
BEHAR HERALD (English Weekly), Bankipur, August 26.

BEHAR HERALD (English Weekly), Bankipur, August 26.

SO long as a permanent and responsible authority is not entrusted with the guidance of England's Indian policy, the administration of this country will continue to be a series of disastrous experiments. Under the existing state of things, there is practically no check over the r
15 September 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The RANGOON SAMACHAR (Anglo-Gujarati Weekly), Rangoon, August 28.

The RANGOON SAMACHAR (Anglo-Gujarati Weekly), Rangoon, August 28.

I N point of naval warfare, the French will decidedly have the upper hand of the Celestials, but it remains to be seen how matters will fare on land, especially when the French will have advanced somewhat into the interior of the country if they will ever do that,
15 September 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
Nov. 1884.] The Viceroy Designate.

Nov. 1884.] The Viceroy Designate.

lion, will now make him popular with people over whom he will be shortly called upon to rule. What India wants at the present day is, not Lord Lytton's spirited foreign policy, but a complete over-hauling of the entire system of its internal and domestic administration, the subv
01 November 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
INDIAN ECHO (English Weekly), Calcutta, November 14.

INDIAN ECHO (English Weekly), Calcutta, November 14.

IF our new Viceroy will but follow the lines he has indicated for himself in general terms in his Belfast speech, we are sure, he will prove a fitting and worthy successor of Lord Ripon. We are glad that he fully appreciates the arduous character of the duties of the high office
01 November 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
Nov. 1884. ]

Nov. 1884. ]

by the Anglo-Indian officials. But this will not disappoint us now. We will try to make ourselves heard by Lord Dufferin and remind him of the Queen's Proclamation. . . • VICTORIA PAPER (Urdu Daily), Sialkote, October 22. lIT is commonly known that Lord Dufferin wishes to be a p
01 November 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India