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but nothing remains of the buildings except a mound on which the
rahslt, n nsijl, police station, and municipal hall n stand. The
lower town i. collection of narrow stmeta and lanes, the drainage
of which was very defective, but the municipality has completed an
efficient drainage scheme, through the Canal department. The streets
well paved and there is a dispensary. Jaleur has been a muni-
cipality sine x866. During the ten years ending toot the income
and expenditure ..'.raged R, rgo0o. In 1903-4 the in
Its. 14,000, chiefly from octroi (RA. 11,000) ; and the expenditure
as Its. 13,,,,. There is not much trade; but cotton cloth, glass
bangle& and pewter ornaments us made, and the largest saltpetre
factory in the District is situated here. The Raja of Awn has opened
cottongir, which employed 125 hands in 1903 A ..haft school loss
About 130 pupils, and the municipality maintains two schools and aids
.six others with a total attendance of 331.
Jaleswar (or Jelluore).- Village in the head-quarters subdivision
of Balasore District, Bengal, situated in 21° 49′ N. and 87° 13′ E., en
the left bank of the Subarnarekha, 1x miles from its mouth. It Les
on the Calcutta high road, and is also a station (Jellasmos) on the
Bengal-NAgpur Railway. It was formerly the capital of a Muham-
madan arka, comprising the present District of Midnapom. During
the eighteeml, century the East India Company had a factory here.
Jalgaon Taluk.--Taluk of Buldana District, Bear, lying between
20° 65′ and 21° 13′ N. and 76° 23′ and 76° 48′ E., with an es of
41- square miles. The population fell from 97,798 in 1891 to 87,192.
1901, the density in the latter year being ... persons per square
mile. The tr71uk contain.. 155 villages and one town; Jnz n (popu-
lation, 8,487), the head-quarters. The demand for land revenue 1903-4 was R.. 3,54,000, and for cesses Its. 28,000. JAIgson,which
is the smallest tINA in Bear in respect of area and, except the Met.
Shat, of population also, lies entirely in the fertile valley of the PUMA,
which bounds it on the south. On the north it is bounded by the
low hills of the western portion of the Gamlgarh range. Until August,
1905, when it was transferred to Buldana, the Mluk formed pan of
Jalgaon Town. (1).-Headynarmts of the talk of the same mine
in Buldana District, Bear, situated in 21° 3′ N and 76° 35′ E. Popu-
lation (I9.1), 8,487• The town is sometimes called Jalgaen-Jsmod
facts, a village near it, to distinguish it from Jalgaon in KhAndah.
It is mentioned in the Ain-i-Akbon as a palgano town in the sarksr
of Narnala. It contains five ginning factories and a cotton market.
Jilgaon Tiluka.-Trslukn of East KhAndesh District, Bombay,
lying between 20° 47′ and 21° 11′ N. and 75° 24′ and 75° 45′ E.,
with an area of 319 square miles. There are two towns, JnwAou
von. xtv. c