posed on the people in the villages, although nothing is done for their convenience and comfort. To the towns people, however, many conveniences, it adds, are secured, while to the villagers even letters and small newspapers like the paper itself are not properly delivered. The paper requests that the government should attend to these matters and rectify the same.
Page 185, June 16h 1900, Beggars
A.G. of the 16th June, complains that beggars are proving very troublesome to the people, and asks the government to pass an act for preventing them from molesting the people.
Page 199, June 30h 1900, District Gazette:
The A.G. of the 30th June asks the authorities to supply the District Gazette - not the village sheet alone, but the whole of it - to the village officers, requiring them to record it duly and to give the people free access to the same, inasmuch as the villagers are ignorant of all public affairs at present and as any piece of information, when required, is not obtainable anywhere else except in the taluk or huzur office, and as, even here, one has to undergo considerable trouble and waste much of his time before he could obtain it.
Page 199, July 7th 1900, Executive Council Members
The A.G. of the 7th July, stating that each of the Local Governments of Madras and Bombay consists of a Governor and two Councillors, while North-Western Provinces, Bengal, Punjab and Burma are governed by Lieutenant - Governors without any Councillors to aid them, as what, special benefits the people of those Presidencies derive by having Council Members, and whether the Secretaries for the several departments are not enough. The paper remarks that it is a sheer waste of money to maintain two Councillors in each presidency as they are of very little use to the people.
Delay in delivering letters
A correspondent at Nellore writes to the same paper (A.G) that as there is only one post-peon to attend to a number of duties, such as the delivery of letters, money orders, book packets, etc., in the whole divi