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From Babu Amulya Chandra Mukerji, ELLINGHAM CoTTAGE, Simla, W. C. (Punjaby April 16th, 1917. DEAR Si Rs, I am much obliged for the six copies of “Nato from a 5-06szti, » oro, sent to me per V. P. P. for Rs. 10, I have read The British Printer. October and November isste, Vol. XXIX, No. 172, 1916. The second number of Anathbandhi from the printers and publishers-K. P. Mook ERJEE & Co., Calcutta-offers a decided advance on the first issue of this new venture of that progressive house. Matter is in Bengali, with some advts. in English, a cover in red and black being both appropriate and quietly tasteful in character. A remarkable feature of the pages is the very praiseworthy standard attained by a series of three-colour illustrations interspersed amongst matter. Real progress is being made in this direction of highly-skilled printing, and all concerned are to be congratulated upon so good a result. ፭ኛ The Empire. Saturday, 16th September, 1916. "THE FRIEND OF THE POOR." Such (“Amathbandhu ') is the title of a pictorial magazine in Bengali which is being publihsed by Babu Kaliprasanna Mukherji of Messrs. K. P. Mukherji & Co., of 7, Waterloo Street. The journal, we are toll, has been started to help the founding of a home called “Annapurna Asram,' where poor men and women find shelter and work, food and medical aid; and it deserves wide patronage of the 4. PRESS OPINIONS, Indian public inasmuch as its income will be them with great interest and am much satisfied. Be pleased to send me the issues of the months from crh to be 989, and for Kit 938 if it has issued by now, and oblige. Yours faithfully, (Sd) Amulya Chandra Mukerji. given to support the Asram. The first two numbers, which we have received for review, augur well of the fature of the journal. We wish the journal every success, the popularity of which will be sufficiently horne out by the fact that among others, His Excellency the Governor of Bengal has been pleased to subscribe to it. The Amrita Bazar Patríka. Satterday, 19th August, 1916. “Anathbandhu '-This is a monthly Magazine issued, for helping the Annapurna Asram, by Mr. K. P. Mukerjee of Messrs. K. P. Mukerjee & Co., of 7, Waterloo Street, ('alcutta. lt is not always safe to judge a magazine on its first issue. But if the high water-mark of excellence reached in the first issue is maintained, the “Anathbandhu' under the editorship of Babu Sasi Bhusan Mukerjee will be a valuable addition to Bellgalee magazines. It contains a character sketch of the Maharaja Bahadur of Durbhanga, and articles on such diverse subjects as Art, Industry, Agriculture, Sanitation, Indigenous Drugs, Religion Music and Yoga, the editor contributing as many as six articles. We wish the new magazine a career of usefulness.