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SEPT. 1883. 1 LOCAL SELF-GOVT. BILLS

SEPT. 1883. 1 LOCAL SELF-GOVT. BILLS

we should have liked to have a definition of it. In Cl. F. we should like to have an exception made in favour of proprietors of printing presses, who may accept the contract of doing the printing work of the Boards, and also of newspaper proprietors, who may accept advertisement
01 September 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
&AV I.IWWWI WAR. yPwyo tn 411t7 41,711C1 Of nialarififF gestiOn that use should be made of the advertisement columns of newspapers for publishing Statements of Objects and Reason'

&AV I.IWWWI WAR. yPwyo tn 411t7 41,711C1 Of nialarififF gestiOn that use should be made of the advertisement columns of newspapers for publishing Statements of Objects and Reason'

I.IWWWI 411t7 4 1 , 711C1 Of gestiOn that use should be made of the advertisement columns of newspapers for publishing Statements of Objects and Reason' • • T HE Satyashoclltak of Ratnagiri (Marathi Weekly), of 9th September, approves of the Resolution, and suggests that the Legi
01 September 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The Voice of India.

The Voice of India.

15 March 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
March 15, 1884. ] Local Self-Government in India. The TRIBUNE (English Weekly), Lahore, February 23 and March 1.

March 15, 1884. ] Local Self-Government in India. The TRIBUNE (English Weekly), Lahore, February 23 and March 1.

THE call to the Municipal Commissioners of Multan to acquit themselves well and prove themselves worthy of more enlarged powers than those they already possess was a graceful and generous one. We trust our friends will enshrine each syllable of that call in their hearts and try
15 March 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
177 JAM-E-JAMSTIED (Gujarati Daily), Bombay, March 4.

177 JAM-E-JAMSTIED (Gujarati Daily), Bombay, March 4.

T" prosperity of the country is bound up inseparably with that of the agricultural classes, atid until some legislative enactment is passed granting them certain concessions, their condition will not improve. The zemindari class of Bengal may bring about a postponement of the pa
15 March 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
DEENBANDHU (Bombay), May 13.

DEENBANDHU (Bombay), May 13.

T may be true that the distinction was the offspring of a reform effected in the interests of judicial administration, but the times have been entirely altered, and the Europeans now, we may say, are as safe here as they are in their country. It is a fact that there are now thou
01 May 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
immommor 41INIIIN [ MAY 1883. as far as possible, and with this object in view the Government of India were pursuing their policy. . . . REJS AND RAYYET (Calcutta), April 28.

immommor 41INIIIN [ MAY 1883. as far as possible, and with this object in view the Government of India were pursuing their policy. . . . REJS AND RAYYET (Calcutta), April 28.

41INIIIN [ MAY 1883. as far as possible, and with this object in view the Government of India were pursuing their policy. . . . REJS AND RAYYET (Calcutta), April 28. THE desperate struggles made by the Indian colonial party to enlist the sympathy of the British public at home in
01 May 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
CrJARAT MITIIA (Surat), May 13.

CrJARAT MITIIA (Surat), May 13.

IS the punishment of Mr. Surendronath severer than was actually necessary ? The punishment to be justly severe, the had faith of the writer in using the reckless language must have been proved. If it was proved, we deeply regret that our contemporary did not ungrudgingly tender
01 May 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
HINDU PATRIOT (Calcutta), May 7 and 14.

HINDU PATRIOT (Calcutta), May 7 and 14.

WE deeply sympathize with Mr. Bannerjee in his present distress. We freely and frankly admit that the Court had but one motive in arraigning the editor of the Bengulee, viz., the vindication of its dignity, but we humbly and respectfully submit that it would have better consulte
01 May 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
REIS AND RAYYET (Calcutta), April 14 and May 5.

REIS AND RAYYET (Calcutta), April 14 and May 5.

WE must say that the success of Local Self-government will not be complete without bestowing small Civil and Criminal Jurisdictions on members of local boards. The chief factor in that success must of course be public spirit on the part of the people. The question then arises, h
01 May 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India