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-+- HOME RULE FOR INDIA. VIEWS OF THE SULTAN OF JOHORE. A Dsdziei'a telegram from Rome savs :—Abu Bakar, the Suitan of Johoro, haa just arrived here on his way to Londou. Ho is IT19 to consult specialists on chest disease; His secre- tary. Arnar DRajah, interviewed respecting British rule in the Eact,- told the refx>rter that the majority of the natives of India were very loyal and grateful for what England had done for them. There was no separatist party of anv deeenption, but, on the other hand, what was growing rapidly, and would soon become a. ques- tion of vital importance, was the demand for Home Rile. India was self-governing even now, but the reins of government, were in Lon- don, whereas, m India, they were already speak- ing of entire solf-government. They wished to have a P.'aliamont of their own, and if they have a PMlia-mont of their own, and if they could not ha,ve that they de?ired that Indian representatives should BIS in the House of Commons in London.

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