monthly, it considers it necessary that it should be issued once in a week.
Page 150, May 12th 1900, The Police in Nellore
A.G. of the 12th May, observes that thieves are getting bold more and more in Nellore as the police there are negligent of their duty. The superior officer not doing these works satisfactorily, the subordinate officials grew very lazy. Though a list of the things stolen is presented to the police superintendent, with an offer of a reward, it is not published in the "Police Sheet" but thrown away at the suggestion of the people near him. The police receive bribes and do great injustice to the people. Unless the authorities take proper steps, people will suffer loss and become very unhappy.
Page 156, Village Pounds A.G. of the 12th May, deems it necessary, in the interest of the cultivators, to maintain village pounds in the villages themselves and to require the pound keepers to reside close by the pound. The ryots grow lazy and waste their time without raising crops in the summer, though there are wells available lest the cattle belonging to others may trespass into their fields and graze on the crops, thus wasting their labours. The loss so resulting is one of the strong reasons for the occurrence of the famines. The paper requests the Madras government to attend to this subject
Page 156, May 19th 1900, The Village Munsif
The A.G. of the 19th May observes that the village Munsif or Magistrate is overburdened with too many duties, so that none is satisfactorily performed. Those who are appointed as such are either quite illiterates or, if able to read or write a little, are ignorant of law, and so the civil and magisterial functions are very ill-performed. The paper therefore asks the Madras Government to take the subject into its consideration, observing that it is necessary that the government should administer the villages satisfactorily.
Page 156, May 5th 1900, Karanams
A.G. of the 26th May states that the karanams in villages are all-pow