· · გზo rer ക്കി la ܫܬܦܫܚܩܝ which made it impossible for him to introduce the new local self-government bill in the local Legislative Council. Reluctantly he had to leave it to his successor to broaden the foundations of local self-government in Hengal and give effect to his policy and his wishes in the matter. Iord ('armichael congratulated the Police on the courage and devotion to duty shown by members of the force who braved dangers and laid down their lives in the discharge of their duties-never shirking any risk or responsibility. But he was never blind to their shortcotnings and deputed Mr. Gourley-his Private Secretary-who was always the “power behind the administration ” to enquire into the condition of the Police in Bengal. The result of his enquiry was never made public; but we are sure he was able to adumbrate and advance-if not also to accomplish-a scheme of reform. "The question of the industrial development of the province also attracted Lord ('armichael's attention. . A lover of art he became the patron of the industrial arts of Bengal. Referring to the opening of the Commercial Museum the Hon. Mr. Beautson-Bell truly said-“ Of course, there have been many other exhibitions of this nature, but this was the most businesslike.' In opening this Museu in Lord Carmichael said ANATHBANDHU. Volume .
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" Lord ('urzon's object (in evolving the present Commerce and Industry Department) was, I take it, to emphasize that there is a community of interest between the Government on the one hand and those who are engaged in developing the resources of the country on the other. Their true interests in the matter are the samethe increase of the wealth of India-and they must work as partriers, each doing his own part,” His interest in the home industries of lengal has been instumental in establishing the Bengal home industries Association in which Lady Carmichael also has taken much active interest. Lord Carmichael leaves behind him a name that Bengal will cherish. Iliady Carmichael has always taken an intelligent interest in the work of her husband. At the public meeting in connection with the Lord Carmichael Said-' I am the husband of a lady Bengal liome Industries Association. who has the cause of home industries very much at heart, and to whom I believe this meeting is She has farely mixed with in great part due. Indian ladies, and her work in connection with the war fund and numerous charities will long be remembered in Bengal. H. P. G. سس<eس-