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19 May 1885 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
SEND DIRECT ORDERS AND SAVE MUCH.

SEND DIRECT ORDERS AND SAVE MUCH.

I N L. KHANNA & CO. (of Moradabad, N.M. P. Ind i a , ) man n . kb facture Ornamental and Inlaid Brasswork of first class, finest workmanship, anti always keep a large stock of exceedingly choice and rare pieces on hand. Soundness of make, quality of plating, neatness of design,
19 May 1885 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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19 May 1885 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
FINANCIAL

FINANCIAL

ON the 29th ultimo, the Bank of Bengal again raised its rates of interest one per cent, making the minimum 8 per cent for advances on Government securities. This alteration was entirely caused by the action of the Government in withdrawing about 39 lakhs of rupees in one week fr
08 January 1884 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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08 January 1884 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 

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The Indian Statesman.

The Indian Statesman.

for the State, and nothing flourishes in this unhappy country but corruption, surely no more convincing argument could be advanced against the retrocession to such a Government, of an additional . two millions of human beings. It is a strange thing that one who brings such grave
08 January 1884 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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12 February 1884 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Letter to the House of Commons.

Letter to the House of Commons.

Gentlemen of the House of Commons,— THE following letter which has been addressed by the Nawab Bushir-ood-Dowlah of the Nizam's Council, to the Secretary of the Chanda Railway Scheme, will at last I trust open the eyes of your Honourable House to the faith which it may repose in
12 February 1884 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
196 The Indian Statesman. is simply dishonest. The enquiry is vital, and is felt to be so by the Government itself. ***

196 The Indian Statesman. is simply dishonest. The enquiry is vital, and is felt to be so by the Government itself. ***

196 The Indian Statesman. is simply dishonest. The enquiry is vital, and is felt to be so by the Government itself. * * * IT is so generally the case that the Government underestimates the distress amongst the people in times of scarcity bordering on famine, that we are obliged t
28 April 1885 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
The Indian Statesman.

The Indian Statesman.

forming a firm and honorable friendship with Russia, in which %se must generously recognize her legitimate interests and aspirations as much as our own. Our Simla military guides have up to this hour made it impossible, and will do so to the end, while their frivolous counsels a
28 April 1885 - Indian Statesman - Calcutta, West Bengal, India