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useful career before it. The very name "Anathbandhu,' friend of the orphan should enlist the sympathies of all good citizens. We predict this paper will be a great success and the benevolent intentions of Messrs. K. P. Mookerjee, will be appreciated and recognised by a charitably disposed public. The Beharee. Sunday, 22nd October, I 9 Ió. Anathbandhu-A monthly magazine started in aid of the Annapurna Ashrama established by Sriyukta Kali Prasanna Mukh padhya, founder of the firm of Messrs. K. P. Mookerjee & Co. the well known stationers and fine printing contractors of Calcutta. EditorBabu Shashi-Bhushan Mukhopadhya. Published at 7, Waterloo Street, Calcutta. Annual subscription Rs.10. We heartily welcome this Bengalee magazine. It is not an ordinary literary review. It is started with a sacred object. It has gained the patronage of Princes and noblemen throughout India. It contains . all sorts and varieties of articles. Its special feature is to publish good articles on Hinduism. Articles on Buddhism, Jainism and other religions are also published. Articles on trade, agriculture and technical arts are also published. The coloured print pictures, portraits and designs are most beautiful. In the third number a very good article has appeared in Hindi and we commend the idea of the publisher and hope the Hindi reading public will appreciate it. We have read some of the articles and they are really very much interesting and useful... ln the first number a fine portrait of the Maharaja of Durbhanga accompanied with a sketch of his life is given. The association of the Maharaja Bahadur of Durbhanga with the inception of this magazine is indeed worthy of his magnanimity and Joye learning that pervades uniformly withi and outside his province. د - - - - خ " . . Bengali and in Hindi. The Advocate. Tuesday, 26th September, roló. Anathbandhu.-This is an illustrated Bengali Monthly, published by Messrs. K. P. Mookherjee & Co., the well-known Firm of Printers and Stationers of Calcutta. We have just received its II number. The Magazine has been issued with a view to have a Fuhd to open and maintain a Home for the needy and distressed. The issue before us contains some useful and interesting articles on religions, social, agricultural, scientific and hygenic subjects. It contains also a life-sketch (with his coloured portrait) of the Maharajah of Nashipore, a scion of Bengal and the publisher announces that lives of other notables will be published from time to time. The object with which the Magazine has been started is a most laudable one and as such, we trust it will receive the patronage of the landed aristocraey and the educated classes of Bengal. * * * The Empire. Monday, 8th January, 917. The fourth number of the 'Anathbandhu' opens with a foreword by the publisher, Mr. K. P. Mookerjee, as to why the journal has been inaugurated-namely, to support the Annapurna Asram, an industrial and religious home for the poor, which is to be started near Baidyanathdham, on the East Indian Railway, and where local industries will be encouraged and various works executed by the inmates of the home, who will be kept, fed, clothed, and given medical aid in times of need. The object is certainly praiseworthy and deserves the patronage of the public. The number under review is well worthy of its predecessors, and contains contributions of interest, both in A feature of it is its production, which is excellent and decidedly better than that of the average run of Bengali magazines. We wish the journal SCCeSS 省省