INDIAN OPINION

CONTENTS

DATE

INDIAN OPINION PAGE

IMAGE LOCATION

CWMG VOL NO.

CWMG PAGE

Ourselves

June 04 1903

2

1903_june 4_PageNo.2

3

313

The British Indian in South Africa

June 04 1903

2

1903_june 4_PageNo.2

3

314

-Is It Fair?

June 04 1903

2

1903_june 4_PageNo.2

3

316

-Virtuous Inconsistency

June 04 1903

3

1903_June 4_PageNo-3

3

316

- Better Late Than Never

June 04 1903

3

1903_June 4_PageNo-3

3

317

-Words and Deeds

June 04 1903

3

1903_June 4_PageNo-3

3

318

-Asiatic Trading Licences

June 04 1903

3

1903_June 4_PageNo-3

3

318

-Minute by the Mayor

June 04 1903

3

1903_June 4_PageNo-3

3

318

The British Indian in South Africa, Transvaal

June 11 1903

2

1903_june 11_PageNo-2

3

333

The Lion and the Lamb

June 11 1903

2

1903_june 11_PageNo-2

3

334

Lord Milner on the Asiatic Question

June 11 1903

2

1903_june 11_PageNo-2

3

336

-“With What Measure” & C.

June 11 1903

3

1903_June 11_PageNo-3

3

337

The British Indian in South Africa

June 18 1903

2

1903_june 18_PageNo-2

3

338

-Orange River Colony

June 18 1903

2

1903_june 18_PageNo-2

3

338

Is It Imperial or Empirical?

June 18 1903

2

1903_june 18_PageNo-2

3

339

-Physician, Heal Thyself”

June 18 1903

2

1903_june 18_PageNo-2

3

341

-What is It All Coming to?

June 18 1903

2

1903_june 18_PageNo-2

3

342

-A Study in Facts

June 18 1903

3

1903_June 18_PageNo-3

3

343

The Bright Side of the Picture

June 25 1903

2

1903_June 25_PageNo-2

3

346

The New Move

June 25 1903

2

1903_June 25_PageNo-2

3

348

The Cape Indian and Sir Peter Faure

June 25 1903

2

1903_June 25_PageNo-2

3

350

Mr. Chamberlain on the Indian Question

June 25 1903

2

1903_June 25_PageNo-2

3

350

An Insanitary Report

June 25 1903

2

1903_June 25_PageNo-2

3

351

Immigration Bill

June 25 1903

3

1903_June 25_PageNo-3

3

344

The Balance Sheet

July 02 1903

2

1903_July 2_PageNo-2

3

354

True Imperialism

July 02 1903

2

1903_July 2_PageNo-2

3

355

The Proclamation of 1858

July 09 1903

2

1903_July 9_PageNo-2

3

357

The Labour Question in the Transvaal

July 09 1903

2

1903_July 9_PageNo-2

3

359

The Immigration Restrictions Bill

July 09 1903

2

1903_July 9_PageNo-2

3

361

The Plague

July 09 1903

3

1903_July 9_pageNo-3

3

362

Special Pleading

July 09 1903

3

1903_July 9_pageNo-3

3

362

Orange River Colony

July 16 1903

2

1903_July 16_PageNo-2

3

364

The Labour Importation Association

July 16 1903

2

1903_July 16_PageNo-2

3

366

The Mayoral Deputation to Sir Pieter Faure

July 16 1903

3

1903_July 16_PageNo-3

3

368

Proposed Indian Bazaar at the Cape

July 16 1903

3

1903_July 16_PageNo-3

3

369

Well Done

July 16 1903

3

1903_July 16_PageNo-3

3

400

The London Meeting

July 23 1903

2

1903_July 23_PageNo-2

3

374

East Rand Vigilants

July 23 1903

2

1903_July 23_PageNo-2

3

376

Precaution or Persecution?

July 23 1903

2

1903_July 23_PageNo-2

3

377

Lord Milner on the Colour Question Again

July 23 1903

3

1903_July 23_PageNo-3

3

378

The Transvaal Bazaars

July 23 1903

3

1903_July 23_PageNo-3

3

379

The Cinderella of the Empire

July 30 1903

2

1903_July 30_PageNo-2

3

382

The London Meeting

July 30 1903

2

1903_July 30_PageNo-2

3

384

-Sir W. Wedderburn’s Address

July 30 1903

2

1903_July 30_PageNo-2

3

384

On Trial

July 30 1903

3

1903_July 30_PageNo-3

3

386

Lord Milner on Hawkers & C

July 30 1903

3

1903_July 30_PageNo-3

3

387

Mr. Chamberlain’s Despatch

Aug 06 1903

2

1903_August 6_PageNo-2

3

393

-Indian Labour

Aug 06 1903

2

1903_August 6_PageNo-2

3

393

The London Meeting

Aug 06 1903

2

1903_August 6_PageNo-2

3

395

Sir Charles Dilke and the East Indian Association

Aug 06 1903

2

1903_August 6_PageNo-2

3

395

Immigration Restriction Bill

Aug 06 1903

2

1903_August 6_PageNo-2

3

397

Potchefstroom Indians

Aug 06 1903

02

1903_August 6_PageNo-2

3

397

-Rushing Things

Aug 06 1903

02

1903_August 6_PageNo-2

3

398

-Phenomanal Activity

Aug 06 1903

3

1903_Aug 6_PageNo-3

3

399

-Stooping to Conquer

Aug 06 1903

3

1903_Aug 6_PageNo-3

3

399

-Mixed up

Aug 06 1903

3

1903_Aug 6_PageNo-3

3

400

-Accuracy Needed

Aug 06 1903

3

1903_Aug 6_PageNo-3

3

401

Evidence Against Lord Milner’s Charge of Insanitation

Aug 13 1903

2

1903_August 13_PageNo-2

3

403

-Infectious Diseases

Aug 13 1903

2

1903_August 13_PageNo-2

3

403

-Condition of Houses and Yards

Aug 13 1903

2

1903_August 13_PageNo-2

3

405

-The Town Council’s Neglect

Aug 13 1903

2

1903_August 13_PageNo-2

3

405

-Health of Indians

Aug 13 1903

2

1903_August 13_PageNo-2

3

405

-Sanitary Service-Indifferent

Aug 13 1903

2

1903_August 13_PageNo-2

3

406

A Comparison-Poor Whites and Poor Indians

Aug 13 1903

2

1903_August 13_PageNo-2

3

406

Cross Examination- Is the Location Sanitary?

Aug 13 1903

2

1903_August 13_PageNo-2

3

406

-Dr. Johnston’s Evidence

Aug 13 1903

2

1903_August 13_PageNo-2

3

406

An Eye-Opener

Aug 13 1903

2

1903_August 13_PageNo-2

3

408

-Mr. Moor’s Report

Aug 13 1903

2

1903_August 13_PageNo-2

3

408

-Greytown Local Board

Aug 13 1903

3

1903_Aug 13_PageNo-3

3

410

-A Sub-Rejoinder

Aug 13 1903

3

1903_Aug 13_PageNo-3

3

410

The Uses of Adversity

Aug 20 1903

2

1903_Aug 20_PageNo-2

3

411

Standing Counsel for South Africa

Aug 20 1903

2

1903_Aug 20_PageNo-2

3

414

-Accidents?

Aug 20 1903

2

1903_Aug 20_PageNo-2

3

414

-The Bleeding Cry

Aug 20 1903

2

1903_Aug 20_PageNo-2

3

415

-Permits and Non-Refugees

Aug 20 1903

3

1903_Aug 20_PageNo-3

3

416

Prejudices Die-Hard

Aug 27 1903

2

1903_August 27_PageNo-2

3

421

More Light on the Indian Question

Aug 27 1903

2

1903_August 27_PageNo-2

3

424

A Cruel Wrong

Aug 27 1903

4

1903_Aug 27_PageNo-4

3

426

-The Precious Exemption

Aug 27 1903

4

1903_Aug 27_PageNo-4

3

426

Lord Milner’s Dispatch

Aug 27 1903

4

1903_Aug 27_PageNo-4

3

423

Respecting the Position of British Indians in the Transvaal

Aug 27 1903

4

1903_Aug 27_PageNo-4

3

423

Lord Salisbury

Sept 03 1903

2

1903_Sept 3_PageNo-2

3

427

An Unrighteous Compact

Sept 03 1903

2

1903_Sept 3_PageNo-2

3

429

Transvaal Licences

Sept 03 1903

2

1903_Sept 3_PageNo-2

3

431

Indian Labour and Mauritius

Sept 03 1903

3

1903_Sept 3_PageNo-3

3

432

Natal’s Pride

Sept 03 1903

3

1903_Sept 3_PageNo-3

3

433

Boksburg Location

Sept 03 1903

3

1903_Sept 3_PageNo-3

3

434

The Dealer’s Licenses Act Redivivus (I)

Sept 10 1903

2

1903_Sept 10_PageNo-2

3

436

From Slave to College President

Sept 10 1903

2

1903_Sept 10_PageNo-2

3

437

-Indenture Labour

Sept 10 1903

2

1903_Sept 10_PageNo-2

3

440

-Orange River Colony

Sept 10 1903

2

1903_Sept 10_PageNo-2

3

441

-Preserving Potchefstroom

Sept 10 1903

2

1903_Sept 10_PageNo-2

3

441

Japanese Quarantine

Sept 10 1903

4

1903_Sept 10_PageNo-4

3

442

The Dealers Licences Act Redivivus (II)

Sept 17 1903

2

1903_Sept 17_PageNo-2

3

443

Compulsory Repatriation

Sept 17 1903

2

1903_Sept 17_PageNo-2

3

444

Prejudice With a Vengeance

Sept 17 1903

2

1903_Sept 17_PageNo-2

3

446

-Indian Art

Sept 17 1903

2

1903_Sept 17_PageNo-2

3

447

The Dealer’s Licences Act Redivivus (III)

Sept 24 1903

2

1903_Sept 24_PageNo-2

3

448

The Labour Question in the Transvaal

Sept 24 1903

2

1903_Sept 24_PageNo-2

3

451

Mr. Stuart the Magistrate

Sept 24 1903

3

1903_Sept 24_PageNo-3

3

453

Location Law of the Transvaal

Sept 24 1903

3

1903_Sept 24_PageNo-3

3

454

-A Three-Barreled Resignation

Sept 24 1903

3

1903_Sept 24_PageNo-3

3

455

-Mr. Stuart in a New Role

Sept 24 1903

3

1903_Sept 24_PageNo-3

3

454

-Sir J.L. Hulett’s and Indian Traders

Sept 24 1903

3

1903_Sept 24_PageNo-3

3

456

The Millionaire and the Indian Government

Sept 24 1903

3

1903_Sept 24_PageNo-3

3

456

The Dealer’s Licences Act Redivivus

Oct 01 1903

2

1903_Oct 1_PageNo-2

3

457

-Promise and Performance

Oct 01 1903

2

1903_Oct 1_PageNo-2

3

457

The Johannesburg Indian Location

Oct 01 1903

2

1903_Oct 1_PageNo-2

3

459

Political Morality

Oct 01 1903

2

1903_Oct 1_PageNo-2

3

460

-The Value of a Vote

Oct 01 1903

3

1903_OCt 01_PageNo-3

3

464

-A Cause for Thankfulness

Oct 01 1903

3

1903_OCt 01_PageNo-3

3

464

-An Opportunity for the Indians

Oct 01 1903

3

1903_OCt 01_PageNo-3

3

465

The Immigration Restriction Act Natal

Oct 08 1903

2

1903_Oct 8_PageNo-2

4

1

Mr. Wyberg and Asiatic Labour

Oct 08 1903

2

1903_Oct 8_PageNo-2

4

2

Mockery of God in the Orange River Colony

Oct 08 1903

2

1903_Oct 8_PageNo-2

4

3

-The Asiatic Department

Oct 08 1903

2

1903_Oct 8_PageNo-2

4

5

-Johannesburg Indian Location

Oct 08 1903

2

1903_Oct 8_PageNo-2

4

5

-Permits for the Transvaal

Oct 08 1903

3

1903_Oct 08_PageNo-3

4

6

Potchefstroom Chamber of Commerce

Oct 08 1903

3

1903_Oct 08_PageNo-3

4

7

Mr. Skinner’s Report on Chinese Labour

Oct 15 1903

2

1903_Oct 15_PageNo-2

4

8

That Insanitary Area in Johannesburg

Oct 15 1903

2

1903_Oct 15_PageNo-2

4

10

Johannesburg Location

Oct 15 1903

3

1903_Oct 15_PageNo-3

4

12

-Mr. Balfour’s Cabinet

Oct 15 1903

3

1903_Oct 15_PageNo-3

4

13

-India’s Service to the Empire

Oct 15 1903

3

1903_Oct 15_PageNo-3

4

14

-Better Late Than Never

Oct 15 1903

3

1903_Oct 15_PageNo-3

4

15

Transvaal Permits

Oct 22 1903

2

1903_Oct 22_PageNo-2

4

16

British and Indian Empire League of Australia

Oct 22 1903

2

1903_Oct 22_PageNo-2

4

17

A Virtue of Necessity

Oct 22 1903

2

1903_Oct 22_PageNo-2

4

19

In True Colours

Oct 22 1903

2

1903_Oct 22_PageNo-2

4

19

Asiatic Bazaars

Oct 22 1903

3

1903_Oct 22_PageNo-3

4

20

Indentured Labour from India

Oct 29 1903

2

1903_Oct 29_PageNo-2

4

21

Indians in Ladysmith

Oct 29 1903

2

1903_Oct 29_PageNo-2

4

23

What Constitutes Respect to the Court

Oct 29 1903

3

1903_Oct 29_PageNo-3

4

25

The Bazaars in the Transvaal

Oct 29 1903

3

1903_Oct 29_PageNo-3

4

26

British Indians in the Transvaal

Nov 05 1903

2

1903_Nov 5_PageNo-2

4

27

East London and Its Indian Residents

Nov 05 1903

2

1903_Nov 5_PageNo-2

4

29

-The Plague and the Red Tape

Nov 05 1903

2

1903_Nov 5_PageNo-2

4

29

-The “East Rand Express” and Its Facts

Nov 05 1903

2

1903_Nov 5_PageNo-2

4

30

-Travelling in the Transvaal

Nov 05 1903

2

1903_Nov 5_PageNo-2

4

30

-Indians Storekeepers in Ladysmith

Nov 05 1903

3

1903_Nov 5_PageNo-3

4

31

The Orange River Colony and Legislation

Nov 12 1903

2

1903_Nov 12_PageNo-2

4

36

The Late Sir John Robinson

Nov 12 1903

2

1903_Nov 12_PageNo-2

4

38

The Proposed Site for the Asiatics Bazaar in Klerksdorp

Nov 12 1903

3

1903_Nov 12_PageNo-3

4

39

The White League and British Indians

Nov 12 1903

3

1903_Nov 12_PageNo-3

4

40

Indians and the “East Rand Express”

Nov 12 1903

3

1903_Nov 12_PageNo-3

4

41

The Transvaal Bazaars

Nov 19 1903

2

1903_Nov 19_PageNo-2

4

46

The Grand Old Man of India

Nov 19 1903

2

1903_Nov 19_PageNo-2

4

49

-Lord Harris and British Indian

Nov 19 1903

2

1903_Nov 19_PageNo-2

4

50

The National Congress and Indians in South Africa

Nov 19 1903

3

1903_Nov 19_PageNo-3

4

51

-The History of a Persecution

Nov 19 1903

3

1903_Nov 19_PageNo-3

4

52

England and Russia

Nov 26 1903

2

1903_Nov 26_PageNo-2

4

55

-A Comparison

Nov 26 1903

2

1903_Nov 26_PageNo-2

4

55

“The East Rand Express” and Ourselves

Nov 26 1903

2

1903_Nov 26_PageNo-2

4

58

Mr. Creswell’s Bomb-Shell

Nov 26 1903

3

1903_Nov 26_pageNo-3

4

60

-The Asiatic Bazaar at Klerksdorp

Nov 26 1903

3

1903_Nov 26_pageNo-3

4

61

Lord- Bishop of Bombay and India

Dec 03 1903

2

1903_Dec 3_PageNo-2

4

65

Colonial Secretary, Transvaal

Dec 03 1903

3

1903_Dec 3_PageNo-3

4

67

The Chamber of Commerce and The Labour Commission Report

Dec 03 1903

3

1903_Dec 3_PageNo-3

4

69

Compensation for War Losses

Dec 03 1903

3

1903_Dec 3_PageNo-3

4

69

The Protector of Asiatics in the Transvaal

Dec 03 1903

3

1903_Dec 3_PageNo-3

4

69

Lord Harris and Indian Labour

Dec 10 1903

2

1903_Dec 10_PageNo-2

4

75

The Government and Barberton Indians

Dec 10 1903

2

1903_Dec 10_PageNo-2

4

77

The “Morning Post” and Asiatic Labour

Dec 10 1903

2

1903_Dec 10_PageNo-2

4

78

Indian Licences in Ladysmith

Dec 10 1903

2

1903_Dec 10_PageNo-2

4

76

British Indians in the Transvaal

Dec 17 1903

2

1903_Dec 17_PageNo-2

4

82

Great Indian Mass Meeting at Johannesburg

Dec 17 1903

3

1903_Dec 17_PageNo-3

4

85

The Transvaal Chambers and British Indians

Dec 24 1903

2

1903_Dec 24_PageNo-2

4

87

Mr. Duncan on His Amendment

Dec 24 1903

2

1903_Dec 24_PageNo-2

4

90

A General Letter

Dec 24 1903

3

1903_Dec 24_PageNo-3

4

85

An Appeal

Dec 24 1903

4

1903_Dec 24_PageNo-4

4

70

British Indians in the Transvaal

Dec 31 1903

2

1903_Dec 31_PageNo-2

4

91

Coloured Railway Travellers in the Transvaal

Dec 31 1903

2

1903_Dec 31_PageNo-2

4

93

Last Year’s Stock Taking

Jan 07 1904

2

1904_Jan07_Page No._02

4

95

-The Transvaal

Jan 07 1904

2

1904_Jan07_Page No._02

4

95

-Orange River Colony

Jan 07 1904

2

1904_Jan07_Page No._02

4

97

-Natal

Jan 07 1904

2

1904_Jan07_Page No._02

4

98

-Cape Colony

Jan 07 1904

2

1904_Jan07_Page No._02

4

99

-Ourselves