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BEHAR HERALD (English Weekly), Bankipur, October 14.

BEHAR HERALD (English Weekly), Bankipur, October 14.

AFTER the startling disclosures made in the perjury cases tried by Mr. Parker, it is impossible to doubt that the unfortunate persons on whose behalf this memorial has been presented were convicted upon fabricated evidence. Now that the principal witnesses for the prosecution in
01 October 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
[ Oct. 1884. THE FACTORY COMMISSION AT BOMBAY.

[ Oct. 1884. THE FACTORY COMMISSION AT BOMBAY.

BEEN BANDHU (Anglo-Marathi Weekly), Bombay, September 21. MR. SERVAI maintained, and we think correctly, that the Factory Act has been beneficial in two respects, viz., it has prevented children from overwork and at the same time provided for the proper fencing of machinery. But
01 October 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The BOMBAY CHRONICLE (Anglo-Gujarati Weekly), Bombay, September 28.

The BOMBAY CHRONICLE (Anglo-Gujarati Weekly), Bombay, September 28.

WE take it as being amongst the signs of the times, the gathering of these monster meetings of the factory operatives, held the other day at Supari-Bag, Parel, and since then at Byculla. The same is moreover the fruit of the spread of education and the influence of the Vernacula
01 October 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
JAM-E-JAMSHED (Gujarati Daily), Bombay, October 1.

JAM-E-JAMSHED (Gujarati Daily), Bombay, October 1.

WE would strongly advise our Mill-proprietors to try the effect of stopping their Mills; once an hour in the day and four times a month in order to have an estimate of the quantity of the out-turn of cloth. If this experiment gives less quantity than is wanted, it will convince
01 October 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
Sir Richard Garth's Protest.

Sir Richard Garth's Protest.

01 October 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
[ Oct. 1884.

[ Oct. 1884.

638 in favour of the view, violently contended for by the extreme section of the Anglo- Indian community, and in distinct opposition to the declared policy of the British Crown and Parliament, to which the Government of India were trying to give effect. It was the first time, in
01 October 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The LIBERAL (English Weekly), Calcutta, October 5.

The LIBERAL (English Weekly), Calcutta, October 5.

WE might reasonably have expected that a gentleman of such varied attainments and such extensive experience as Sir Richard Garth would have known that the Government of India could in no sense be held responsible for the acts and utterances of Lord Hartington, even when he was s
01 October 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
Oct. 1884. i 639

Oct. 1884. i 639

Court. The gravest injury to the dignity of both has been committed by the unreasonable complaints of Sir Richard Garth hiniself, preferred in a querulous tone and in a way that will not commend itself to the judgment of men of any spirit. SIND TIMES (English Bi-Weekly), Karachi
01 October 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
643 The TRIBUNE (English Weekly), Lahore, September 27.

643 The TRIBUNE (English Weekly), Lahore, September 27.

THERE is no reason to suppose that the Chiefs, who so firmly stood by the English Government in 1857-58, and who rendered such material assistance in suppressing the Mutiny, would act in a different spirit in the event of an external danger to India. On the contrary, every sensi
01 October 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
Oct. 1884.]

Oct. 1884.]

esteem of the nations of Central Asia for the possession of personal pluck and resolution, business tact and knowledge, or geographical and other scientific attainments. PUBLIC OPINION (English Weekly), Benares, September 26. THE only feasible course left open is to empower the
01 October 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India