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Yasim Khan, C.I.E. (1911), Subedar Major, Honorary Captain and A.D.C. to Viceroy, India; s. of Fateh khan; b. 1855; distinguished himself in Afghan War; also in Tirah and China Expeditions. Address: Yasimabad, Peshawar.

Yoonus Sait, M., Partner, South Indian Industrials, Ltd., Madras. Address: “Dare’s Gardens”, Harrington Road, Chetput, Madras.

Young, Major A. W. C., D.P.H.; I.M.S., Health Officer, Delhi; b. 1876; joined service, 1901; transferred to Civil Department, 1913; Health Officer, Delhi, 1913. Address: Delhi.

Young, Charles Philip Radford, B.A., LL.B., Bar-at-Law, Offg. Judge, Chief Court, Lower Burmah; Assistant Government Advocate, 1905; Member, Legislative Council, Burmah, 1909; became Offg. Judge, 1910. Address: Rangoon, Burma.

Young, Lt-Colonel Frank Popham, C.I.E. (1899), Indian Army (retired); s. of Gordon Young; b. 1863; educ: at Bradfield, Clifton, and Royal Military College, Sandhurst; joined the Army, 1884; transferred to Civil Service as Assistant Commissioner, Punjab, 1888-98; in charge of Colonization operations, 1892-99; services lent to the State of Patiala where he was Settlement Commissioner, 1900-09; retired. Address: 54, Parliament Street, S.W. Clubs: East India United Service; Royal Automobile.

Young, Sir William Mackworth, K.C.S.I. (1897), C.S.I. (1890), Lieutenant-Governor, Punjab, (retired); s. of Captain Sir George Young; b. 1840; educ: Eton and “King’s College” Cambridge; B.A., 1863; M.A., 1866; joined I.C.S. in Bengal, 1863; Financial Commissioner, Punjab, 1889-95; Member, Imperial Legislative Council, 1893; Resident, Mysore, 1895-7; Lieutenant-Governor, Punjab, 1897-02; retired and J.P. for Sussex. Address: Oak Lea, Silverhill, St. Leonards-on-Sea. Club: National.

Younghusband, Arthur Delavel, C.S.I. (1907), I.C.S. (retired); s. of late General Robert R. Younghusband; b. 1854; educ: at Rugby, Clifton College, and Balliol College, Oxford; joined I.C.S., 1875; Assistant Commissioner, Central Provinces, 1891; Deputy Commissioner, 1892; Commissioner. 1897; Member, Legislative Council, Bombay, 1903; Member, Imperial Legislative Council, 1904; Commissioner of Sindh, 1905; retired, 1912; holds K.I.H. gold medal. Address: Priory House, Long Bennington, Grutham. Club: United Service.

Younghusband, Lt.-Colonel Sir Francis Edward, K.C.I.E.,(1904), C.I.E., (1891), D.Sc, LL.D., F.R.G.S., Indian Political department (retired); 2nd s. of late Major General J. W. Younghusband; b. at Murree, 1863; educ: at Clifton and Sandhurst; joined the Army in the 1st Dragoon Guards, 1882; became Captain, 1889; transferred to Political Department, 1890; Major, Indian Staff Corps, 1900; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1908; visited Manchuria, 1886; travelled from Peking to India via Chinese Turkestan, 1887; Political Officer, Hunza, 1892; ‘Times’ Speci-