THE RISING IN INDIA.
Bngadier.general Biggs'a column has relieved Fort Lockhardt after brilliantly storming the ensmy's position in the Gogia Hills He is now shelling an immense gathering of tribesmen between Fort Lockhardt and Forfc Yuhstan.
The lower Mohmands are anxious to submit to the British authorities. They declare they have expelled the Hadda mollah. The bulk of the tribe, however, intend to fight. Outers Bombay correspondent reporta that the trial of the Hon. Bal Gangadhar Tilak, a member of the Legislative Council of Bombay, and editor of the Native weekly newspaper ' Kesari,' published at Poonah, on a charge of inciting disaffection amongst the Natives, has concluded. Tilak was found guilty and sentenced to eighteen. months 1 imprisonment.
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THE RISING IN INDIA., Evening Star, Issue 10421, 16 September 1897
THE RISING IN INDIA. Evening Star, Issue 10421, 16 September 1897
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