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BOLOGOYE — BOMBAY technical school. The school buildings have been enlarged and 945 males and 148 females as spinning and weaving and in some cases renewed on hygienic principles. Educa- machine makers. Bolton publishes two daily and two tional expenses have increased in proportion. In 18/3 weekly newspapers. Area of municipal and county they amounted to 170,000 lire per annum, in 1886 to borough in 1891, 2361 acres; population (1881), 290,000 lire, and are to-day more than 500,000 lire 105,414; (1891), 115,002. On the recently extended, (£20,000). In respect of aesthetic, industrial, and educa- area the’ population in 1891 was 146,487; in 1901, tional requirements, Bologna still holds a high place among 168,746. the progressive cities of modern Italy. Population of Boma. See Congo Free State. town (1881) 123,274, (1901) 152,009 ; of province (1881) Bombay Presidency, a province or presidency 457,474, (1901) 527,642. (e. Vi.) of British India, under the administration of a governor. Bologoye, a village of North Russia, half-way on Politically it includes the settlement of Aden; geographicthe St Petersburg to Moscow railway. It is an important ally it also includes the native state of Baroda, which is in junction, with lines to Rybinsk and Yaroslavl, and to Pskov direct political relations with the governor-general. ^ Exand Riga. It is a great depot for the upper Volga region. cluding Aden, it lies roughly between 13° 53' and 28° 45" N. lat. and between 66° 40' and 76° 30' E. long. Its total Bolton-Ie-Moors, a municipal (extended 1898) area (including native states) is 194,189 square miles; county (1888), and parliamentary borough of Lancashire, the population in 1891 was 26,960,421. The capital is England, on the Croal, 11 miles N.W. of Manchester, 200 Bombay city, from which the province takes its name. miles by rail N.W by N. of London. It has stations on For the hot weather, the Government moves to the hill the London and North-Western and the Lancashire and station of Mahabaleshwar, and for the rainy season to Yorkshire railways, with running powers for the Midland Poona. Native states occupy more than one-third of railway. It is governed by a mayor, 24 aldermen, and 72 the total area of the presidency, with nearly one-third of councillors. Of recent institution are a natural history the population. In some parts, as in the peninsula of museum, an art and industrial museum, two hospitals, Kathiawar, they continuously cover the whole area; in an orphanage, a new public park (1890), a new theatre, other parts, as in the Southern Maratha country, they and 5 free lending libraries. There are about 130 cotton are awkwardly interlaced amid British territory. mills employing over 15,000 workers. In 1891 there were Population.—The population in 1901, according to the preengaged in the manufacture of cotton and cotton goods liminary census returns, was 25,457,558. The following table 8130°males and 7070 females; in printing, dyeing, and ; <nves the area and population of the several districts and native bleaching of cotton and calico, 915 males and 494 females; | states of Bombay according to the census of 1891:— Area and Population of Bombay Presidency (1891). Population, Census of 1891. Area in : Number of | Square ' Towns and [ Districts. Total. Females. Miles. 1 Villages. Males.

Divisions. Northern Division .

Ahmedabad Kaira. Panch Mahals Broach Surat. Tirana Khandesh . Nasik Ahmednagar Poona Sholapur . Satara

Central Division

Southern Division .

Belgaum Dharwar Bijapui Kolaba Ratnagiri Kanara Karachi Hyderabad Shikarpur . Thar and Parkar Upper Sind Frontier

Sind

Bombay City and Island . Aden

.

.

Total British Territory .

3,949 1,609 1,613 1,463 1,662 3,935

857 583 656 405 797 1,891

14,231 |

5,189

Population, Census of 1881. 856,324 804,800 255,479 326,930 614,198 807,367

448,149 410,979 151,316 166,526 328,364 433,199

921,712 871,589 313,417 341,490 649,989 904,868

2,064,532 j 1,938,533 715,004 745,847 411,244 432,338 436,930 451,825 522,306 545,494 369,289 381,400 612,137 613,852

4,003,065

281

3,665,098

1,460,851 843,582 888,755 1,067,800 750,689 1,225,989

134 142 134 199 165 246

1,252,016 781,206 750,021 901,828 583,411 1,062,350

6,237,666

162

5,330,832

1,013,261 1,051,314 796,339 509,584 1,105,926 446,351

217 228 140 272 282 114

865,922 893,587 626,889 482,830 997,090 421,840

473,563 460,610 162,101 174,964 321,625 471,669

10,907 5,940 6,645 5,369 4,542 4,987

Density of Population to Square Mile. 233 542 194 233 391 230

38,390

9,076

3,170,756

4,657 4,603 5,668 1,872 3,922 3,910

1,076 1,303 1,112 1,201 1,310 1,185

511,885 528,071 398,104 255,064 513,616 234,356

3,066,910 501,376 523,243 398,235 254,520 592,310 211,995

24,632

7,187

2,441,096

2,481,679

4,922,775

200

4,288,158

14,182 9,033 9,296 12,729 2,549

783 1,348 1,111 212 296

313,152 500,068 493,872 165,225 96,273

251,728 418,578 421,625 132,978 78,275

564,880 918,646 915,497 298,203 174,548

40 102 98 23 68

489,496 754,624 820,549 145,810 203,344

47,789 | 22

3,750

1,568,590

1,303,184

2,871,774

60

2,413,823

1

518,093

303,671

821,764

37,352

773,196

1

30,914

13,165

44,079

551

34,860

25,204 i 9,793,981 | 9,107,142 j 18,901,123

151

16,505,967

80 125,144 j