130 JULLUNDUR DISTRICT
.stances suggested an rs or demanded so relief- A -
cried out between 188o and d x885 resulted in a demand of IS lakhs.
This has been paid very easily ever since, and the District is prosperous
and contented. The cares average Rs. 4-IO-o (maximum, Rs. 5-8-0,
m %. 3-IS-o) o wet' Land, and Rs. r-8-o (ma mum
Rsnon-4-o, minimum ra annas) on 'dry' land. The demand, includ-
ing -saes, for 1903-4 was 17-81akhs. The average sae of a proprietary
holding is n8 acres.
below, in thousands of mpees:-
rv~a n eaue '.x4 13.74,81 14 4 14P5
boa x9 415 '
The District contains nine municipalities: Ju-,us, KAaTARaoR,
ALAWALPUR, PH-UR, NORMARAI, 1Uuoia, NAwiml-m, BANGA, and
NARODAR. Outside these, local affairs are managed by the District
board, which in 1903-4 had an income of Rs. 1,55,.oo. The expen-
diture was Rs. 1,48,6,,, public works and education being the prin-
The regular police force consists of 453 of all ranks, including 56
cantonment and 78 municipal police. The Superintendent usually has
three inspectors under him. The village watchmen number r,3,5.
There e twelve police stations, two road- posts, and two outposts.
The fort at Phillaur was made o n 89, to the Police Training
School and central bureau of the Criminal Identification department.
The District jail at headquarters contains a mmodation for 3,8
prisoners. The chief industries carried o n the jail are the manu
factumof paper and lithographic printings '
The District stands nineteenth among the twenty-eight Districts of
the Province in respect of the lireracy of its population. In 19,,
the proportion of literate persons was 3.6 per cent. (6-4 males and
0-3 females). The number of pupils under instruction was 7,614 in
1880-t, 15,me in r89o-1, 13,191 in 19oo-r, and 13,874 in 1903-4.
The District possessed in Igo3-4 a training school, 6 Anglo- moracular
high schools, 4 Anglo-vemacular and 7 vemac,lar middle schools, end
3 l;nghsh end 114 vernacular primary schools for boys, and 13 verm
cular primary schools for girls. In addition, there were 7 advanced and
e6. elementary (private) schools. The =her of girls in the public
schools was 699, and in the pmzte schools 941. The must important
schools are at J,11-d- town. The tonal expenditure on education
n 1903-4 was Ir lakhs, the greater part of which was met by I:ocal
and Provincial funds.