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gent in England for the Coronation of Emperor Edward VII; received the China Medal personally from the Emperor, and the Coronation Medal from the hands of the Prince of Wales; H.H. the Nizam with his own hands tied on his turban a valuable serpaich, and presented him with a special Sword of Honour on the occasion of the celebration of his (Nizam’s) 40 years Jubilee. Address: Hyderabad (D), India.

Billimoria, Boman D., a well known Parsi bowler; figures very largely in Indian Cricket matches; was for some time on the staff of the late Maharaja of Patiala, and formed one of the strongest cricket combinations in India. Address: Bombay, India.

Carstairs, Robert, I.C.S. (retired); educ: Edinburgh Academy, and Edinburgh College School; passed I.C.S., 1872; joined service and arrived in India, 1874; served in Bengal and in various subordinate ranks till 1886; Deputy Commissioner, 1888; Collector and Magistrate, 1896; Commissioner, 1902; retired, 1903. Publications: British Work in India; A Plea for the better Local Government of Bengal. Address: c/o India Office, London.

Chatfield, Hugh Stanton, Bar-at law; 2nd class in Bar Finals; Member of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple; Judge, High Court, Travancore; s. of K. M. Chatfield, formerly Director of Public Instruction, Bombay; b. 1881; called to Bar, 1908; came out to India, 1909; practiced in Bombay; Assistant Reporter on the Original Side of the Bombay High Court; for some time acted as Editor of the “Law Reports”, Bombay; appointed Judge of the High Court, Travancore, 1914. Address: Trivandram, Travancore State, S. India.

Chendrasekhara Aiyer, Palamarneri Sundara Aiyer, B.A., M.D., Assistant Professor of Hygiene, Medical College, Madras; 2nd s. of Sundara Aiyer of Tanjore; b. 1869; passed, B.A., 1888; joined the Madras Medical College, and passed the M.B. and C.M., 1895; joined service as Assistant to the Professor of Hygiene, Medical College, Madras, 1895, enlisted in the Provincial Educational Service and posted as Assistant to the Professor of Hygiene and Bacteriology, Madras Medical College, 1907; passed M.D. (Madras), 1900; Fellow, Madras University, 1912; Member, Faculty of Medicine, Madras University. Address Car Street, Triplicane, Madras, India.

Chintamani, Chirravoori Yajneswara, Editor of the ‘Leader’, Allahabad; s. of C. Ramasomayajulu; b. Vizianagaram, 1880; educ: Maharaja’s College, Vizianagaram; became Editor and Manager of the ‘Vizagapatam Spectator’, Vizagapatam, 1898; Editor and Manager of the ‘Indian Herald’, Vizagapatam, 1899; joined the Staff of the ‘Madras Standard’, as Sub-Editor, 1901; Sub-Editor, ‘United India’, 1902; became joint Editor of the ‘Indian People’ and the ‘Hindustan Review’, Allahabad, 1903; Editor of the ‘Indian People’, 1904; gave up journalism, and became Assistant Secretary, In-