m Rs. o-8); garden land, R, 9-9 (-in- Rs, 7, minhnum
RsCollections of land revenue and total revenue have been as follows
m recent years, in thousands of rupees
Lnd rzvenae .
Total revenue ,
so-,. I a_ '
,sA69 19•Sv 34 ,31
v,63 : o,c6 m.b eJ3
Of the Government vilages, 88 are held on the narwaddri tenure.
The peculiarity of this tenure is that it involves joint rceponsibihty, for
the payment of the Government re 1, n rvddb>i villages the
pahdarr sharers belong to the K nbl caste, and o a ..t of
being rrarvddd,, hold a high position among their fall-, being the
descendants of the old proprietary cultivators. 'this tenure has been
preserved by Act V of 186, of the Bombay Government, but the land
is levied ,t survey rates on the whole amble land. The villages on
the basks of the river Mehl held on the mebmdri tenure pay their
a an.. A clan of M.W.A. yeon, known es the
M5likse have lump for nearly 401 years held 27 villages on a special tenure.
The District contains 11 municipalities: namely, KniRA, KAPADVnn7,
M-ADABAD, NADIAD, DAaoa, BORSAn, ANANI, UnlaerD, On, and
Manunaa, The District board was established in 1863, and there are
7 ldyska boards, The total expenditure of all these boards In 1913-4
as ai lskhs, of which half a lakh was spent on roads and buildings.
The chief source of income is the land toss
The District Superintendent of police has the assistance of a nspec-
tors and 11- chief constables. There are 12 police stations. The fort
n 1914 numbered 555 men, working under 133 head constables, Six
ounted police under one daffodd, were also maintained. There are
8 subsidiary jails in the District, with accommodation for 187 prisoners.
'I' he daily avernge prison population in 1914 was 36, of whom were
The District stands fourth among the Districts of the Presidency in
the literacy of its population, of who. 9.9 per cent. (17-9 males and
0.9 females) were able to read and write in 1901, In 1855-6 there
were only 7 schools attended by 1,.36 pupils ; by 1876-7 the number
of schools had rise. to 189 and the number of pupils to 14,711- In
1881 there w , schools with 16,,.7 pupils, who increased to
x7,26, by 1891, and numbered x7,9tx in x9.,. In 1913-4 the
District contained 365 schools, of which 84 were private, attended by
17,474 pupils, including s,58t girt. Besides one high school, there
were 14 middle and 266 primary schools. Of the 281 public institW
times, one is managed by the Educational department, and 246 by