21st December 1909 Krishna Gopal Karve 24th December 1909 6th January 1910.
Vinayak Narayan Deshpande 23rd December 1909, 6th January 1910.
Its occasion was the impending departure of Vinayak Savarkar for England in the middle of June 1906, a step which he was enabled to take owing to his being the recipient of a scholarship given by Shamji Krishna Varma, the founder of the India House at Highgate.
Up to the time of his departure, Vinayak Savarkar had been one of the most active & probably the most stimulating of the members of the Mitra Mela.
`Peth' was the place of office of Additional Collector and `Thane' was a District place, which was the office of the Collector. Bowell dated and 4.1.1858 delivered to the then Collector of Thane Shri. During the period of 18, the first Assistant Magistrate was the Assistant Collector and it appears that Police Superintendent also exercised the power to try Criminal Cases. Bowell dated 1.1.1858, the Magistrate of Peth had tried the case against Raje Bhagwantrao Neelkanthrao Pawar and sentenced him to death for the crime of waging war, by hanging which was executed in public in front of Court of Peth. Bowell had also sentenced 13 people to life imprisonment, earlier known to be as the punishment of `Kala Pani'. Walkar who was then Police Superintendent, had punished Dhondu Kali Vallabh and 13 others.
The offices of Police Headquarters and Superintendent of Police were also at Thane, which is apparent from the letters of Shri. The present southern part of Nashik District i.e Nashik, Sinnar, Niphad, Yeola the area of these Talukas was included in the Ahmednagar District. Jain is presenting presiding over as Principal District and Sessions Judge, w.e.f. The Court of Civil Judge, Junior Division was established at Malegaon in the year 1891 in the existing court building.
Principal Court is presided over by District Judge-1. Ultimately the Judge has held that there is no sufficient evidence to held that Krantiveer Vasantrao was underground and therefore defence of accused was accepted.
There are Civil Courts at Satana, Sinnar, Nandgaon, Dindori, Chandwad, Kalwan, Yeola, Pimpalgaon(B), Manmad City, Manmad (Rly) and Nashik-Road, Motor Vehicle Court.1840 : Sarvajanik Vachanalaya established. The citizen of Nashik had no opportunity of hearing trial, which is quoted as one of the trial of freedom fight of India.
(Public Library).1854 : Sharanpur Colony formed.1861 : Deolali Cantonment formed.1862 : Nashik Road railway station was built.1864 : Nashik Municipality formed.1869 : Nashik District formed.1894 : Saint Andrew Church built.1894 : Construction work for Victoria Bridge started.1910 : Police Training College established.1922 : Distillery started at Nashik Road.1927 : Security Press formed at Nashik Road.1941 : Artillery Center migrated to Nashik Road form Quetta in Pakistan. Many learned senior counsels, barristers outside Nashik as well as form Nashik Bar Association, has advanced an intellectual arguments, which are still remembered today.
He was born in Sinnar Taluka of Nashik district and has revolutionary life. Because of said trial name of Nashik District Court is also recorded in a history of Freedom Fight, for which we all Nashikkar are proud of and also our further generation will be proud of it.
Krantiveer Naik was underground for some period and by ultimate sacrifice, contributed for the said movement. The activities of the association did not, however, cease there for we have evidence, which we accept as true, that meeting were held at the house of Ganesh Savarkar & Aba Darekar, one of the song-writers of the association, at which the biographies of patriotic revolutionists were read & re-read, the particular favorites being Mazzini, Shivaji & Ramdas where discussions were carried on with regard to the means for attaining independence for India.