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C FEBRUARY, 1883.

C FEBRUARY, 1883.

to accommodate suitable extracts from all native papers, is a task the accomplishment of which will require some time, and may possibly necessitate either an extension of space or a more frequent publication. Thus, the price we have fixed for the magazine will not be found at al
01 February 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
THE VOICE OF INDIA.

THE VOICE OF INDIA.

01 February 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The TRIBUNE (Lahore), January 27.

The TRIBUNE (Lahore), January 27.

ALORD RIPON as Governor-General is not, as we several times observed, a matter of every-day occurrence. It is possible, but hardly probable, that his successor would be as good as he. And if the latter turns out otherwise, if he be as reckless and hair-brained as Lord Ripon's pr
01 February 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
MI6CELLANEOU S.

MI6CELLANEOU S.

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01 February 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
VARTMAN SAR (Surat).

VARTMAN SAR (Surat).

ALL honour to Lord Ripon and his Law Councillor, Mr. Ilbert, that they have had courage to remove a blot from the Criminal Code. All honour is also due to the Ministry of Her Majesty that they have supported them. Europeans do not plead for caste distinction among themselves. Th
01 February 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
INDU PRAKASH—(Bombay).

INDU PRAKASH—(Bombay).

ALL this is well and good. But how are we to account for the cry, which is raised in several quarters that moneylending has become a very unprofitable business in the Deccan I The fact is not, we believe, denied by even those, who have the charge of the Act; and the question rea
01 January 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
JAN. 1883. I

JAN. 1883. I

acquired a new lease of life at least for the next two years to come. We cannot say that the usual plocess of amendment has improved it, though the debate thereon has brought out the one fact more prominently that it is not the Deccen moneylender only, but also it is the system
01 January 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
NATIVE OPINION —(Bombay).

NATIVE OPINION —(Bombay).

-- W HILE the Government but here are doing everything in their power to give every impetus and encouragement to the above industry by way of a guarantee to a fixed quantity of manufactured iron and steel for a period of ten years, the Secretary of State has raised a serious obj
01 January 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
1 JAN. 1883.

1 JAN. 1883.

labours. And not a little of the life which has been infused in the Commission is due to the fertile and active mind of its President, Dr. Hunter. . . . It cannot be denied that there has been an impression in the public mind that the object of the Commission is to pronmte prima
01 January 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PRESS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE

THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PRESS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE

Bn'.,—ln a recent speech on the "Rules of Business" the Hon'ble Mr. Ilbert, speaking on behalf of Lord Ripon's Government, invited the press to co-operate actively in the work of legislation; on the one hand by securing a full discussion for Government measures; and on the other
01 March 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India