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From Babu Antalya Chandra Mukerji, ELLINGHAM CoTTAGE, Simla, W. C. (Punjab.) April 16th, 1917. DEAR SIRS, I am much obliged for the six copies of *स्त्रश्नांथबकू” from एम्रांवांङ्ग-अर्थशीघ्रं, २७२७, sent to me per W. P. P. for Rs. 10, I have read them with great interest and am much satisfied. Be pleased to send me the issues of the months from Chi to big Yu, and for kit rous if it has issued by now, and oblige. Yours faithfully, (Sd.) Amulya Chandra Mukerji. 4. বেনারসের শ্ৰীভারত-ধৰ্ম্ম-মহামণ্ডল হইতে শ্ৰীমৎ স্বামী দয়ানন্দজী লিখিয়াছেন :- BENAREs CANTT. 8.7.1917. ጓቐተሣጃ ! যোগেন্দ্ৰনাথ সায়্যাল মহাশয়ের মারফত প্রেরিত সাত কপি “অনাথবন্ধু” পূজ্যপাদ পাইয়াছিলেন। এই মাসিক পত্রের কয়েকটি প্ৰবন্ধ আমরা পাঠ করিয়াছি। প্ৰবন্ধগুলি ভাল এৰং অনেক আবশ্যকীয় উপদেশগৰ্ভিত । পত্রের নিবন্ধ ও গঠনাদির পারিপাঠ্য দেখিয়া পূজ্যপাদ সন্তুষ্ট হইয়াছেন এবং শ্ৰীভগবানের নিকট ইহার দৈনন্দিন উন্নতির প্রার্থনা করিতেছেন । vitates attacNS Prospectustaff atter পাঠাইতে পারেন । আমাদের দ্বারা যদি ইহার কোন সহায়তা হইতে পারে, তাহা করিবার চেষ্টা করিব । শুভাকাঙ্ক্ষী शिान्न् । PRESS OPINIONS. The British Printer. October and November issue, Vol. XXIX, No. 172, 1916. THE second number of Anathbandhat from the printers and publishers-K. P. MooKERJEE & 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. The Empire. Saturday, 16th September, 1916. "THE FRIEND OF THE POOR." Such (“Anatlibandhu') is the title of a pictorial magazine in Bengali which is being publihised 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 Indian public inasmuch as its income will be given to support the Asram. The first two numbers, မိုဇွိုရှီ we have received for review, augur well of the future of the journal. We wish the journal every success, the popularity of which will be sufficiently borne out by the fact that among others, His Excellency the Governor of Bengal has been pleased to subs gribe to it.