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The Homeward Mall. PERSONAL AND OFFICIAL.

The Homeward Mall. PERSONAL AND OFFICIAL.

The Earl and Countess of Carnarvon passed through Colombo the other day on their way to Penang and the Malay Stales. His Lordship is said to be one of those who are endeavouring to make fortunes in rubber. Not that he particularly needs a fortune, remarks an Indian paper, for he
24 February 1906 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England
 
APLAINS ON FURLOUGH. Rag;, Rev. M. \V,, 6 m., Jan. 4, 06, B.

APLAINS ON FURLOUGH. Rag;, Rev. M. \V,, 6 m., Jan. 4, 06, B.

Hall, Rev. E. S., 21 m.. Feb. 1, 06, 80. Hill, Rev. F. N., m. d., Jan. 5, 06, 80, Kitchin, Rev. 8., m. sgd., Jan. 'O6. B. Kitchin, Rev. W., y., Oct. 30, 05, U.P. Muspratt, Rev. \V., 12 m., Aug. 16, 05, M. Philip. Rev. J. G., 3 m., Dec. 1, ’o;, M Sandberg, Rev. F. B. 15 m., Aug.
24 February 1906 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England
 
©verlanb /Ibail.

©verlanb /Ibail.

A SUMMARY OP HOME INTELLIGENCE FOR INDIA, CHINA, AND THE BAST. Every Friday, 6«L; Annually (62 Nos.), Post Free, via Brindisi or Marseilles, £1 10s. 4d. SPECIAL EDITION IS PREPARED FOR CHINA. TUB OVBRIjJLKD MAIL is copious and comprehensive abstract of Intelligence published wee
17 February 1906 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England
 
COLDS,

COLDS,

I*lll nOAIIVkIB * admitted by the profession to the most wonderful and valuable remedy ever discovered. |*|l| CIPfinVIIB > s the best remedy known for OougtM, Oolda, Oonaump- WflkUnUUinE tlon, Bronchitis, Asthma. |*l|| ABnnVUB effectually checks and arrests those too often fatal
17 February 1906 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England
 
[Feb. to, 1966. peases to 36 lacs, leaving a net revenue of 68 lacs, and after deducting interest charges a

[Feb. to, 1966. peases to 36 lacs, leaving a net revenue of 68 lacs, and after deducting interest charges a

clear profit of over lacs. The area irrigated in the United Provinces during the year 1904-$ amounted to over two million acres, 641,572 acres being under wheat, 302,816 under cotton, 290,948 under sugar cane, and 143,350 under rice. The areas under sugar cane and cotton were re
10 February 1906 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England
 
Usshcr, C. J.. M. P.W.D., x« m.# July a, *oj.

Usshcr, C. J.. M. P.W.D., x« m.# July a, *oj.

Usshcr, C. J.. M. P.W.D., x« m. July a, *oj. Vernede, A. H., B. Cov.< B. Rev. & Gen. x 6 m. June xq, *O5 _ _ , Vost, Major W., I.M S., U.P. Med., 15m., May 14, Vyall, F. W., Burma P.W.D., 15 m., July xa, 05. Wake, Major E. St. A., 80. Judl., m., Sept. 3, *O5. Wallace, E. H., M. C
10 February 1906 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England
 
187 Saigon.—Mr. Schneegaus, Mr. and Mrs. Picquenard, Mrs. Duval, Mr. Delzous, Mr. Duclot, Mr. Legaudre, Mr. Hewat, Mr. Clement, Mrs.

187 Saigon.—Mr. Schneegaus, Mr. and Mrs. Picquenard, Mrs. Duval, Mr. Delzous, Mr. Duclot, Mr. Legaudre, Mr. Hewat, Mr. Clement, Mrs.

Vavarre and daughter, Mr. C. Ricous, Mr, P. Pcraglie. Mr. Dumet. For Haiphong.—Mr. and Mrs. Barlage, Mr. Crucbet, Mr. Minat. For Yokohama.—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown and two daughters. For Singapora.—Mr. Douglas, Mr. de Fuchansti and son, Comte dc Kergarian, Mr. L. Bennard. For B
10 February 1906 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England
 
ANNUITY BRANCH.

ANNUITY BRANCH.

Annuities (Immediate, Contingent, or Deferred) on one or more lives are granted on favourable terms. FIRE DEPARTMENT. £1,938,336. [Feb. jo, 1906. the standard life ASSURANCE CO. Having numerous Branches and Agencies throughout India and the Colonies, offers the greatest faciliti
10 February 1906 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England
 
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24 February 1906 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England
 
NOTICES OF MOTION, QUESTIONS, &c.

NOTICES OF MOTION, QUESTIONS, &c.

Tli« Partition of Bengal. Mr. Herbert Roberts. —As an amendment to the Address, at end, add: But we humbly beg to represent to your Majesty that this House regards with concern the widespread dissatisfaction and unrest in India due to the recent policy of the Government, culmina
24 February 1906 - Homeward Mail from India, China and the East - London, London, England