Information for Rosidont
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The circulating medium of Greece
consists principally of paper,
notes being issued for i, 2, 5, 10,
25, 100 dr, and upwards, with
nickel coins of 5, 10, and 20 lept8
for the divisional money.
ExceaNcB, 20 francs gold, about
dr. 2150 English f;, 26'80 dr.
The rate of Exchange varies con-
Monetavy Unit--I K,-a~ of
10 Krans =1Toman.
Present Exchange, 56 Krans Silver
or Paper =El.
The coins in common use are the
i Kran,l Kran, and 2 Krans silver
pieces. Gold is not in general
Travellers can change their money and cash circular notes and letters
of credit at the Branch Offices of Tees. COOg SON.
There are three classes of telegrams--urgent, ordinary, and
The address (six words only) is transmitted free in case of
deferred messages between any two stations in India or Burma.
Deferred Messages, that is, messages tendered for trans-
mission at the convenience of the Telegraph Department, but to
be delivered at destination early on the following morning.
Ordinary Messages, that is, messages tendered for trans-
mission and delivery in ordinary course.
Urgent Messages, that is, messages tendered for imme-
diate transmission and delivery, with priority over all L' ordinary "
No extra charge is made at night, or on Sundays or holidays.
For repeating a message by order of sender, half the value
of single charge.
The following are the rates of charge for state and private
telegrams between any two offices in India:--
Urgent. Ord. Def.
Rs. a. Rs. a. Rs. a.
1 words (address 6 words free)
18 words or group of 5 figures
Each additional word or group of 5 ~ures
2 0 1 0
O ( O 2