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SITUATION IN INDIA

QUIET RESTORED

London, July 7. The situation in India in recent months has been satisfactory.

The returning immigrants of the Ghada's party from Canada attempted to create trouble in the Panjaub, but the leaders were arrested, and are now on trial.

In several cases the enactments of the Defence of India Act had a steady ing effect, and the situation is well in hand.

An outbreak of Dacoits in Western Punjaub has been suppressed. It was due largely to economic causes.

Tbe Defence of India Act is afford ing means of speedy trials in a num ber of cases of a like character.

In the back Aaganj district of Bengal prices are stili high, but tbe Government's action has relieved the pressure. .The favourable rains should assist trade, which is reviving though hampered by the high freights

The wild rumonrs weich marked tbe outbreak of the war are noticeably fewer, and there is now general confidence in tbe ultimate success of tbe Allies.

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SITUATION IN INDIA, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3473, 9 July 1915

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SITUATION IN INDIA Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3473, 9 July 1915

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