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SUPPLEMENTARY BIOGRAPHIES


Abdul Karim, T.

Abdul Karim, T., Deputy Conservator of Forests, Mysore State; s. of late Karim Sahib; b. Tumkur, 1853; educ: Central College, Bangalore, and the School of Engineering and Natural Science, Bangalore; joined the Mysore Forest Department as apprentice Assistant Conservator, 1878; became Assistant Conservator, 1882; Assistant Superintendent in charge of Revenue Survey, 1887; Deputy Conservator of Forests, 1894; President of the Managing Committee, Government Hindustani Girls’ School, Bangalore; President, Mahommedan Orphanage and the Anjuman School, C. and M. Station, Bangalore; President, Mahommedan Educational Association of Southern India (local branch). Address: Mysore, India.

Achyuta Rao, P. S., L.M.S., Senior Surgeon and Sanitary Commissioner, Mysore (retired); b. Bangalore, 1857; educ: London Mission High School, and the Central College, Bangalore; proceeded to Bombay and joined the Grant Medical College; passed L.M.S., 1884; returned to Bangalore and was appointed as Assistant Surgeon and Lecturer, Medical School, Bangalore, the same year; transferred to Mysore as Assistant Surgeon in charge of the District of Hassan; Chief Assistant to Senior Surgeon and Sanitary Commissioner, Mysore, 1889; promoted to the grade of Civil Surgeon, and posted to Shimoga, 1891; in charge of Mysore Hospital and Jail, 1897; Civil Surgeon and Chief Plague Officer till 1906; Superintendent and Medical Officer, Bangalore Central Jail, 1906; Freemason and Member of the Craft Lodge, of which he was W.M. for Member of the District Grand Lodge as well as District Grand Chapter; is a linguist and knows seven languages; twice acted as Surgeon and Sanitary Commissioner and Ex-Officio Inspector-General of Prisons, Mysore, in which post he was made permanent. Address: Chamarajpet, Bangalore, Mysore State, India.

Akalkot, Raja of; Fatehsingh Shahji Raji Bonsle, also known as Srimant Bapu Sahib Meherban; became a feudatory of the British Government after the annexation of Satara; an annual payment of Rs. 1,459 was substituted for the original condition of rendering service; the State is under Government control owing to the minority of the present chief; area of the State, 498 square miles; population, 85,000; revenue, 4½ Lakhs; the chief is a 1st class Sardar. Address: Akalkot, Sholapur Agency, Bombay Presidency.

Ananda Rao, Ragunatha, B.A, B.L., Judge, High Court, Travancore since 1912; passed B.A., 1899; B.L., 1893; for some