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Malayan Saturday Post, 20 June 1931

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
    wSSwmmt The Malayan Saturday Post ILLUSTRATED MALAYA'S LEADING PICTURE. PAPER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. VOL. VIII. NO. ZZ. JUNE 20, 1931. PRICE 20 CENTS. The Malayan Saturday Post ILLUSTRATED JUNE 20. 1931.  (31 words)
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  • RAMBUTAN GANG ROBBERY. [Articles]
    RAMBUTAN GANG ROBBERY. 1 The "Times of Malaya" publishes the following interview with Mr. J. Latimer, Manager of Rambutan, Limited, who jwas the victim of a daring robbery Mr. Latimer was extremely reluctant to Krant the representative an interview, but after very considerable persuasion, our interviewer pointing out that the...  (966 words)
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  • GIALDINI TO SERVE FIVE YEARS [Articles]
    GIALDINI TO SERVE FIVE YEARS Milan, June UGialdini (an associate of ChmajK Hairy m fraudulent operations m 1049) was to-day sentenced to 5 years and 10 months imprisonment and fined 10,000 lire. One year of the imprisonment and the whole of the fine will be remitted under the public amnesty...  (75 words)
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      I Orange 1 j SQUEEZE THE FISE3T OF ALL ORANGE DRINKS. I iH^fl < W I J^ 1^ C^B^3tßpHp^H I wS9^ Ip^pfcSp^p^i^^^i^r^^^^p^p^plp^B fl] ll^^^B^pl^p^p^pj^^p^p^^E^p^p^p^p^p^pH. Jf^^P^ Norn «Sr§ l«r your rwktfttiU. I PofHiiAr Aftrttetj Water Worb Ltd. I MNl3Al»Otllt. 1 I Witte IMM MHpn oMMl]M»|»*f^ I immm |94b »<gg» M S...  (100 words)
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  • WIT and HUMOUR [Articles]
    WIT and HUMOUR I Stenographer Voill little girl wants t«» kiss you over .lie 'phone. Busy Manager Take the message. I'll get it frmi jroa later. She "it only I had taken mother's advice and not married you." He: "I didn't know your mother had ever l>een *> friendly disi>osed...  (639 words)
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  • Page 3 Advertisements

    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      W^SeSS*^ Brisk Milk at Its I pCL^l^Si^ creaailest sad Barest. IRipiCrt nl waenpver j 0 Ur^TjyUJ good aad reliable fc3 ■iIk.aseDAEICOLD. Ir^^ffiM daricold Miik is B^H^jjlh offered to yoa oa a flß|fift&| guarantee to satisfy or return basis. SOLE AGESTS: F .A BARTHOLOMEUSZ ITD. j.4, Baffles Q««y, Singapore. MdMc n...  (259 words)
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    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      "SWIFTSORB' CROSSWORD PUZZLE I DICTIONARY i By Granville M. 0 Hara. Price: 1.50 per copy. (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED) PRINTED PUBLISHED BY PETER CHONG 8 CO., i (OBTAINABLE FBOM ALL BOOK SBLLEBS THBOtGBOtT MALAYA. <♦««•««««..»»,«««,. ..»»<> WEE BROS. UNDERTAKERS Monumental Masons and Marble Merchants, No. 156, SELEGIE ROAD, SINGAPORE. Tel. No....  (156 words)
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  • CHIEF JUSTICE ON LAZY COUNSEL. [Articles]
    CHIEF JUSTICE ON LAZY COUNSEL. SEVERE REBUKE AT COURT OF APPEAL. Expect Us To Do Their Work." At the opening "t the Court oi Apical, F.M.S., at tlie Supreme Court, Kuala Lumpur, on Monday, rebuts the "Malay Mail," the EfeTblt the Chiet Justice, Sir Lancelot 11. Klphinstone, X.C, who presided...  (253 words)
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  • MORALS OF "HIKERS" IN BOHEMIA. [Articles]
    MORALS OF "HIKERS" IN BOHEMIA. MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES REQUIRED. Hiking," or camping "as it is erroneously called m Czechoslovakia, is receiving Mrs. Grundy's attention, m the shai>e of a decree by the Governor of the Province of Bohemia prohibiting the occupation of week-end huts by members of different sexes who are...  (250 words)
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  • THE FUTURE OF SHANGHAI. [Articles]
    THE FUTURE OF SHANGHAI. FEETHAM REPORT. Renter's Service.] London, June 17. The administrator of the future will lind m these dispassionate pa&es a vast amount of suggestive material, declares the "Times," reviewing the report of Mr. Justice Feethani on the future of Shanghai. Mr. M eet ham's "dynamic" pTOOM has...  (256 words)
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  • EXTRALITY NEGOTIATIONS. [Articles]
    EXTRALITY NEGOTIATIONS. THE FEETHAM REPORT. [Renter's Service.] London, June 17. In the House of Commons Mr. Henderson, m reply to a question, said negotiations between Sir Miles L,anipsou and Mr. Wang had reached a stage eual ling them to report to the respective Governments, but it was likely to be...  (182 words)
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  • BANDITS' ULTIMATUM. [Articles]
    BANDITS' ULTIMATUM. 1 Renter's Service.] Hankow Jink 17. An ultimatum has l>eeii delivered by bandits that mkfl flu Italian missionaries ai\- ransomed within 10 days all will be put 10 death. A Chinese priest P/ho was released to deliver the ultimatum it I.aohoko declares this no idle threat. The Mission's...  (62 words)
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  • FEDERATION SCHEME. [Articles]
    FEDERATION SCHEME. Simla, June 17Reports that the Maharajah of Patiala had m<x.liiied the views he expressed at the Round Table Conference m favour of Indian federation are confirmed by publication of a statement m which the Maharajah states: 'The federation scheme hitherto proposed is fraoght with the gravest danger to...  (152 words)
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  • CHILD ATTACKED BY AN EAGLE. [Articles]
    CHILD ATTACKED BY AN EAGLE. Philadelphia. Swooping down from the clouds, a large eagle attacked a five-year-old girl paying m a field at Manou, near Philadelphia. Only just m time the bird was shot and killed by the child's father, John Trout. The child was running about the field when...  (107 words)
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  • ONLY ONE CURE FOR ANAEMIA. [Articles]
    ONLY ONE CURE FOR ANAEMIA. Aii.icinia, that iii>i»li,, u > ailment -.<.'-. I Kives riM to H many subsidi I plaints, is one of the m<>st prevalent- I dangerous diseases of present da) eivjul /at ion. Blood imjioverishnient. t., r /-I is anaemia, means that life and heaj is threatened...  (280 words)
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  • GIANT 'PLANE. [Articles]
    GIANT 'PLANE. DO. X UNABLE TO RISE FROII WATER. I Port Natal, June r The giant aeroplane Do. X WM able to rise from the water when it attempted to take off from here Mar and it is probable that her tight alor.? the coast of Brazil will have to...  (53 words)
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  • LAWRENCE OF ARABIA IN CHINA? [Articles]
    LAWRENCE OF ARABIA IN CHINA? AN EXTRAORDINARY STORY. Alleged Disappearance of Official Papers. Shanghai, June 12. t „r<iiiiaiy story is current m .litieal circles to the effect that of Arabia, recently visited and Shanghai under an Dame. He came, it is alleged, torn SfaW** irpotc <>f his visit to Hong...  (250 words)
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  • NAUTILUS IN DISTRESS. [Articles]
    NAUTILUS IN DISTRESS. ENGINE BREAKDOWN IN MID- ATLANTIC. New York, June 14. So H Wilkins' submarine Nautilus b disabled m mid-Atlantic and the Meamship Independence Hall is standing by. The United States battleships Arkansas and Wyoming are steaming to fte scene. New York, Later. The Arkansas and Wyoming are F...  (221 words)
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  • SUNKEN SUBMARINE ABANDONED. [Articles]
    SUNKEN SUBMARINE ABANDONED. Newchwang, June 15. It will be recalled that shortly after the Poseidon sank, statements were exchanged. The following are the texts Lieut. -Commander H. \V. Galpin of the "Poseidon" states Collision between the "Yuta" and the "Poseidon." At 11.45 a m the "Poseidon" came to the surface...  (273 words)
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  • BRONZE AGE FLAPPER. [Articles]
    BRONZE AGE FLAPPER. SHORT SKIRT PIONEER DISCOVERED IN JUTLAND. Berlin. The body of an eighteen-year-old flapper" of the Bronze Age, a pioneer of short skirts and bobbed hair, has been excavated m Jutland, according to report* reaching here. She was found m a coffin hewn from an oak tree, the...  (172 words)
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  • GANDHI'S ASSURANCE. [Articles]
    GANDHI'S ASSURANCE. GANDHrS_ASSURANCE. CONGRESS NO ENEMY OF BRITAIN." Ahmeda'bad, June 4Mr Gandhi, m a signed article m India referring to the next sesYoung Indm. rej« X Conterence> SIMI I, Ln buf Jvc my assurance t. stored upon the Delhii that havmg entered lupoo e^ settlement, 1 w« rbr-, L-ri~ parly...  (121 words)
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  • Page 5 Advertisements

    • Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      I UNIVERSAL'S j COMING 1930 31 PRODUCTIONS. j 4 BAD SlSTER—with Sydney Fox and Conrad Nagel. \l RESURRECTION—with John Boles and Lupe Velez. jTME VIRTUOUS HUSBAND—From the Broadway stage success, 1 o> Apron Strings ff with Betty Compson and a Star Cast. [j;THE BOUDOIR DIPLOMAT—with lan Keith, Betty Compson md...  (144 words)
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    • Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      fHBi nn n IVI UU W I (JhK ?»wfc FRESENTS JBS£ ERICK VON STRCHEIM wiih BETTY COMPSON J "THE GREAT GABBO" m^m^m^Vw^m^mH ■V a^l ■B^M^aP^l m^m^m^mT j# H^aVJ^^aV^H^^av^HH^aV^aV^aV^H^HM AV^HB MM ■■^HBv eowin^ CAPITOL IF IT'S A PA RA MOI NT FICI VIE IT'S 1 BE BEST SHOW IN TOWN 1...  (436 words)
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    • Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      INCOMPARABLE PERFORMANCE COMFORT ECONOMY 10/25. H.P. TOURER. I $1,895 COMPLETE. I Lyons Motors Ltd. I 92/100. Orchard Road, I SINGAPORE. I A\ W^^F I MELTROPE lIP SOUND BOX I Patented flexible Attachment to Tone Arm giving I controlled flexibility to soundbox, perfect fitting to I Standard Tone Arms of slightly...  (98 words)
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  • THE RETURN OF H.E. THE GOVERNOR. [Articles + Illustrations]
    THE RETURN OF H.E. THE GOVERNOR. H F SIR CECIL CLEMENTI WHO RETURNED TO SINGAPORE ON SATURDAY AFTER A HOLIDAY IN ENGLAND WAS GIVEN A COR gj AL WELCOME. HE. the Governor shaking hands with the leading officials and representatives of the public who were present at Johnston's Pier to...  (96 words)
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  • THE SINGAPORE DIOCESAN CONFERENCE IN SESSION. [Articles + Illustrations]
    THE SINGAPORE DIOCESAN CONFERENCE IN SESSION. Right Rev. Basil Coleby Roberts, M.A. Lecturer St. Augustine's College, Canterbury, 1913 1922; Chaplain to the Forces m Singapore 19 15- 19 19 Sub-Warden St. Augustine's College. Canterbury 1920-1922. Chaplain of Selangor 1922-1927. Consecrated m Westminster Abbey on 18th October, ST VNDRKW'S 1/ A...  (159 words)
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  • THE UNICORN [Articles]
    THE UNICORN L. C. Douthwaite |^■■■^^^■■■■■■ll■■■^■■l■■■■■^■ll■^■^■^^|^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^| OUR NEW SERIAL STORY; by INSTALMENT TWELVE. CHAPTER XXVII.— (ConU THE UNICORN UNMASKS. Down t.he opposite riopt a procession t was winding. Leading was a frail figure, the physical decreptitude of v which a loose purple rol* accentuated rather than concealed. Upon hands <...  (2804 words)
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  • Page 10 Advertisements

    • Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      tAoitrvrN omviHo /BIK *^^^^-^^r r^\^~ THE CATAMARAN //jf m 1^ vessels with one outrigger W i intrepid fishermen often m JwCFm \< <.~ miles out to sea, m hope M iMPnfuH =^-^^^r more cau^ous neighbours I m TlWriuA \X~^^^^^ sl£a2 ■^^Ly nPO see a Catamaran otf the IS^B H Ceylon...  (141 words)
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  • Our London Letter [Articles]
    Our London Letter TH E PERILS OF PEACE. WEDDING BELLS BY GRAMOPHONE. THE GLOBE-TROTTING COD. GHOSTS AID TO FORTUNE. London. May 15, 1931. A Qreal New Speedway. scheme for making (ireat Britain eiitre <>f the world was outa t .1 meeting of the Automobile D Vssodatioa over which Karl Aresided....  (4471 words)
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  • Page 11 Advertisements

    • Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      *•*''-''''''•■■■••■l■lllll■■l I I I I I I I I I I I ,'j A fl A MATH IB JJ B SPORTS GOODS 1 /\z.w>Ays go to ZT ROYSONS, I THE MALAYAN SPORTS DEPOT, 111, NORTH BRIDGE ROAD, SINGAPORE. I Speeds JA I 1 convalescence Ql||i I I I after fevers...  (144 words)
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  • Page 12 Advertisements

    • Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      Frankly, now. Don't you think that too \M much tannin, the drug m V your usual mealtime drink, l^]l^ -^fl^" is bad for you? If you were more moderate, wouldn't A^^^v you feel better-sleep better? Then why not switch off once or twice a day cut S down on tannin...  (251 words)
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    • Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      Kill the plaguing, dangerous Mosquito \L^ Mosquitoes menace y«ur X' health and cause you discom- *fc^BK*A fort and pain. Wln not rid jt£9& yourself these torturers !•> *<V^So' Rit is deadly to flies, mosqui- |A toes, fleas, moths, ants, roach- XX For row es, bedbugs, and their eggs. M CSraSM...  (110 words)
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  • RAFFLES INSTITUTION PAST AND PRESENT. [Articles + Illustrations]
    RAFFLES INSTITUTION PAST AND PRESENT. Photographs taken at ihe annual cricket match ard Tea Party. The Cricketers. At the Tea Party.  (21 words)
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  • THE LADIES UNION, SINGAPORE. [Articles + Illustrations]
    THE LADIES UNION, SINGAPORE. The remarkable development of the Ladies Union during the few months of its existence shows that it is supply irq a much needed club for Indian an< I Ceylonese ladies and reflects great credit on the indefatigable energy of its President and organizer Mrs. Handy. The...  (118 words)
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  • Page 15 Advertisements

    • Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      iiiife M navourof I ream <>f tli< fuam at a ship's bows, dies down as she enters port st< going slow! t.rocess of prrducinp "Grand Maenish" whisky is necessarily slow. For )i .tars, at lea-t, it is inatiiml 'Going slow' m maturing jg one of the Itttoni why "Gnad Macni>h"...  (224 words)
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    • Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      "Stands for Quality" That the "LION" chop stands for quality is no unfounded statement. It signifies our endeavour to maintain the highest possible standard m aerated waters. The best quality fruits are handled m the best known method, and scientific treatment of our fruit beverages gives them the fullest health...  (118 words)
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  • Page 16 Advertisements

    • Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      Cinemas aboard ship m FIRST lU N cinemas are shown I regularly on every voyage of the I President Liners .This is just one I of the service features we provide I to make your trip more enjoyable. I DOLLAR STEAMSHIP LINES I and AMERICAN MAIL LINE I 'The Greatest...  (542 words)
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  • Sparkles [Articles]
    Sparkles Quiz 3einq Smiles of the Week. i By £j r iis back among us. And if know just what he lias or do, it isn't the fault of eight tpapef editors. o*o*9 c two weeklies liave had a „t telling His Excellency how tn job. The three S.S.A.'s will...  (485 words)
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  • Page 17 Advertisements

    • Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      U r ■-->_■■— I I <C^V\^> fiaMo! Ring U6Bl. j PI '^RupoKupANC 1 |t ]{u<lh Kal(>k I f I >ifA3t<^ AJP* A «ar (8m Wet-d). I ii VVf: s." railak I I SfeSHSH ;r,-SL Dara j yjfc'-^irS^rllH Vanilla Sticks. U. 1 Vill »lla I'owder. I Vanilla Essence. 1 «5- Curry...  (168 words)
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  • THE MAN WITH THE WORLD'S BIGGEST JOB. [Articles]
    THE MAN WITH THE WORLD'S BIGGEST JOB. M i- .t .ilHtt-i-i. rs. M .'■>-.*■ > < *s. <: i Hi..< f^rrr. \f,.I ,rt-,.^». r^' bur  (21 words)
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  • WILD PRANK OF 12 DOCTORS. [Articles]
    WILD PRANK OF 12 DOCTORS. Pot indti\gmn m bom>fitf Ytfj'A Victoria Infirmary, N on Tyne, 12 f(NMg dectom, i* '<■■ yen \er\, ht*l had their q .ir.es with m all t^ £l TUi MtfcM htm called fortli bf a irfll pfvetka] joke dttrmc nrtudi the 'Iwic %nrn>/<ttntran the main wai...  (160 words)
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  • MUSICAL BANDITS? [Articles]
    MUSICAL BANDITS? Peking, June 1 hath li.uins to soothe the l-iti'lit br«Ml A letter from the Rev. N'»-lv,n fthr <;ij>tive rnissir/nary) *>ta« th;it hit fapforn are making dederti.inrlH f'»r fnr'htr articles, including pi«ri'»«. wnH >\;\;\ 1 1 .is well as i6o,o'>o frrt of telephone; vvit«*, printitiK pfwetti nn iefopWne, wtiA...  (101 words)
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  • THE POSEIDON ABANDONED [Articles]
    THE POSEIDON ABANDONED UNDER 12 FEET OF MUD Chefoo, June 15. Salvagl operations on the sunken submarine INweidon btvc been alv.mdoned r»n .\dmiraltv inttrttctionfl owing to the suhni.inii- being covered with 12 fei-t of mud All Mints have returned to liarlx>iii  (41 words)
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  • KING ALFORNSO'S WEALTH. [Articles]
    KING ALFORNSO'S WEALTH. ROYAL FAMILY S MILLIONS LARGE FOREIGN INVESTMENTS Madrid, Mm -..4* c -h "he o L*icexnber $i, r. 1 7 jo/xm The balk of c X 1 -j estrr.enti -a -re I vkh E d bonds poeited the Beak or Inland, and m btaki r ranee, Hoflejad Mi...  (201 words)
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  • HIGHSPEED FLYING. [Articles]
    HIGHSPEED FLYING. P'ONEER DESIGNERS VISION. Load May Ia WU ;t -~t.c icroplane •!1 f:- v. A :.«Ti -:r- :->nct:r air r-.:" A V k--*: *c-/iay. r. :*^:^>rts v .a: <=:r <::'.: Arr.er.ca Atlanti n -even V. -c a machine zi v-^> above :hr i»ri jj i r..r:r Lrcair. I: nyj...  (76 words)
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  • MARSHAL CHIANG KAISHEK'S PLANS. [Articles]
    MARSHAL CHIANG KAISHEK'S PLANS. Keutcr's Service. J Nanking, June 16. iMCOMi Marshal Chiang Kaitchievcd m suppressing revolts »lie* Ml is repeated 111 his forth.anpaign against the CommuCeutral China and official [list !n re arc confident that it will aJ will then be clear for „1 military action against the v...  (228 words)
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  • WHEAT PRICES. [Articles]
    WHEAT PRICES. [Reuter's Sen-ice.] Washington, June iS. .\a announcement has been made by he Federal Farm Board which is ound to have a most important bearIg upon future wheat prices throughut the world. The lami Hoard says it will not ■ioLc itteli to withhold Us wheat m the domestic market...  (110 words)
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  • BANK OF ENGLAND TO THE RESCUE OF AUSTRIA. [Articles]
    BANK OF ENGLAND TO THE RESCUE OF AUSTRIA. 'Reuter's Service.] London, June iS. k of England has stepped m tria. 1 announcement states that, -n of placing the Austrian •nds on the Continent, the innd has agreed to make advance to the Austrian k pending the successful I the negotiation...  (53 words)
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  • BIG FIRE IN SOUTH INDIA. [Articles]
    BIG FIRE IN SOUTH INDIA. [Reuter's Service] Madras, June 17. Twelve hundred houses and other properly, of a total estimated value of £45*000, were destroyed by fire at Annadevarapet, near Rajnhmundry. Hundreds of people are homeless and three are reported missing.  (41 words)
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  • THE MOON [Articles]
    THE MOON Two observatories at different parts of the earth's surface, say Greenwich and Cape Town, cannot detect any differences m the directions of the stars, but do unmistakably see the moon m slightly different directions m space. This shows thai the moon is nearer than the stars, and also...  (362 words)
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  • ST. PHILIBERT DISASTER [Articles]
    ST. PHILIBERT DISASTER [Reuter's Service.] Nantes, June 17. It is now believed that the death roll m the St. Pliilibert steamer disaster off the mouth of the Loire is 503.  (30 words)
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  • Page 19 Advertisements

    • Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      HAVE YOU GOT YOUR GRIP ON THE FUTURE? Jt ensures EHD W »WMEVZttY T L.. HO WTO* FOX DEPENDENTS and PROVISION FOR OLD AGE at MODERATE COST with the option of securing a LIFE INCOME at maturity of the policy, at a rate which will be guaranteed at the time...  (169 words)
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  • The Malayan Saturday Post. June 20, 1931. THE DIOCESAN CONFERENCE. [Articles]
    The Malayan Saturday Post. June 20, 1931. THE DIOCESAN CONFERENCE. Malayan church people are greatly interested m the Diocesan Conference now m session m Singapore. Such occasions, m affording publicity to church work, and providing opportunity for frank discussion of its problems by both clergy and laity, help to demonstrate...  (291 words)
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  • RUBBER REGULATION. [Articles]
    RUBBER REGULATION. We BgfM With a daily contemporary which ur.ues that it i> BBOrt correct ami less provocative to speak of Rubl>er Regulation rather than Rubber Restriction. After all, the producers have no desire to 'Squeeze" the consumers. All they wan i M fair price ami stability, and that m...  (291 words)
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  • VATICAN AND MUSSOLINI [Articles]
    VATICAN AND MUSSOLINI REPLY TO PAPAL NOTE OF PROTEST. [Renter's Service.] London, June o. Vatican City. A stir was caused m the Vatican this morning- by the arrival of Count Devecchi, the Italian Ambassador to the Holy See, who has not been seen here since the Pope's protest to the...  (176 words)
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  • SENSATIONAL TURN R.M.S.P. CASE. [Articles]
    SENSATIONAL TURN R.M.S.P. CASE. WITHDRAWAL OF COUNS FOR DEFENCE. London, June The proceedings at the Gin police Court before the L,ord Ma> o f London m connexion with the atL s<J the Royal Mail Steam Packet gro companies took a sensational turn Lord Kylsant, Chairnuui of tk e R.M.S.P. Co.,...  (180 words)
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  • AMY JOHNSON TO FLY TO PEKING. [Articles]
    AMY JOHNSON TO FLY TO PEKING. [Reuter's Service.] I Warsaw, Jane 18. I It ii reported from Moscow that Amy I Johnson ha> advised the authorities she B intends to re-attempt the London- M Peking flight at the beginning of July I I  (43 words)
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  • FRENCH NAVY. [Articles]
    FRENCH NAVY. i i Reuter's Service.] Paris, Juiie A long debate m the Chamber ou the 1 93 1 Xaval Building Bill, including 'he 23,000 ton cruiser to counter the new German "Deutschland," finally reMilted m the adoption of the Bill but with an amendment virtually deleting :he credit for...  (73 words)
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    FAMOUS AIRWOMAN KILLED. (Renter's Service.] London, June i The famous air woman Miss S O'Brien and her woman passen^ is not yet identified, were bur:: death when the light plane m they were flying crashed an<l into flames near Hatfield. Miss is the daughter of the Irish B» and sportsman,...  (85 words)
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    CHURCH OF ENGLAND HOCESAN CONFERENCE. I DioCtM of Singapore n i\ the whole of the but a station IB the Huglish communities 5 nnatra. In the circunia clergy conierence is ent m all v l Mlt °i the year it is Singapore's *x* l conference having taken .Urn. Knglish, Tamil,...  (381 words)
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    JAPANESE VOLCANO. [Reuttr's Service.] Tokyo, June 18. Yakedake, an active volcano m the Japanese Alps, west of Matsumoto suddenly burst into violent eruption at 11.30, scattering quantities of ashes all over the countryside.  (33 words)
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    ARMED RAID DURING WEDDING FEAST. MANY KILLED IN TRIBAL FIGHTING. [Reiite's Service. J Durban, June 18. Serious alarm is felt at the possibility of inter-tribal conflict m Mtamo location, near Kratzkop as I sequel to a cold-blooded attack on the Hlongwa tribe by Amabovus. Inter-tribal feeling threatening to flare up...  (271 words)
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    ADMIRALTY'S OFFER TO EXPLORER. [Renter's Service] London, June 18. The "News Chronicle announces the Admiralty has offered to assist Sir Hubert Wlikins to repair the "Nautilus" at Plymouth.  (28 words)
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    AUSTRALIAN FINANCE. [Renter's Service.] Canberra, June iH. The Senate has passed the Bill authorising tlie shipment of goM which thus Incomes enacted.  (22 words)
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    EARTHQUAKE SHOCK IN YOKOHAMA. [Reuter's Service.] Tokyo, June 16. There were no deaths but seven people were slightly injured m last night's quake, which caused confusion m theatres and cinemas, the buildings shaking and swayiLg. A lesser quike occurred shortly after midnight, and Yokohama was plunged into darkness for several...  (78 words)
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      THEY'RE BUILT THAT WAY! IF THEIR BONNETS WERE ALL RIVETTbU DOWN, PROVIDING PROVISION WERE MADE FOR PERIODIC ADDITION*OF ENGINE OIL, IT WOULD HAVE LITTLE EFFECT ON THE FAMOUS AUSTINS YEAR IN, YEAR OUT, THEY STAND UP TO THE MOST HEART-BREAKING TREATMEN i WITHOUT ATTENTION. LOOK THEM OVER AT BORNEO MOTORS...  (143 words)
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    MAGIC RAY STOPS ALL COLDS. THE NEW SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY: TESTS ON GIRLS. London. Mankind's gtmH menace the common Cold, lias been conquered by science at last. Sii Richard Paget. the physicist, Said that the time was not far distant irben every home, office, and workshop In the country would be...  (275 words)
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    U. S. AMBASSADOR'S GLOOMY PREDICTION [Renter's Service.] Newhaven (Connecticut), June 18. That very little indeed will be accom- f dished at the forthcoming Disarmament Conference is predicted by Mr. Hugh "Jit>son, the United States Ambassador o Belgium, speaking at a luncheon at Aile University. He said he did not expect...  (63 words)
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    BURMA REBELLION. [Reuter's Service] Rangoon, June 17. The Oovernment of Burma is further attempting to terminate the rebellion. Xotices are being distributed stating that all rel>els surrendering, who are not leaders or who have not committed murder or actively participated m seriom outrages, and who fully confess and undertake not...  (62 words)
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    STABILISATION OF SILVER VALUE. London, June 16. Mr. AndeiMOi Chairman of tht Far Kastern Section of the London Charal*r of Coauneroe, ytilrim at meeting to-day at which the recommendations of the British Ivconomic Mission to the Far Ivast were considered, s?id that one elTect of putting India on a gold...  (259 words)
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    EARTHQUAKES IN AFGHANISTAN AND JAPAN. Peshawar, June 17. Fifteen people were killed, and 50 houses were destroyed, m an earthquake m the district of Panjshir, 60 miles north of Kabul. Tokio, June 17. A severe earthquake shock m Tokio at 5.1 j p.m. dislodged ornaments m houses, but, so far...  (116 words)
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    Sport of The Week ARGUS A MALAYAN REVIEW. BY I Soccei layers the world over \\:V be B er > interested m the decision 01 the ■iternati"!'..' authority to amend the i«> the throw-in. It is a By: belated but none the less welfl .hiieiit. It removes a serious Himstice....  (657 words)
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    CARTOONIST'S SUICIDE. New York, May 20. Mr. Ralph Barton, au illustrator, caricaturist, author and artist, shot himself dead ifl bed m his luxurious apartment to-day, following his recent return from Paris, where he was divorced from his fourth wife. His friends reported that he had beeu shocked lately when his...  (100 words)
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    NEWSPAPERS FINED IN U.K. London, June 12. The Daily Mail," the M Daily Herald," and the "Daily Mirror" were found guilty at Bow Street Police Court to-day of offences under the letting Acts by running competitions m connection with last week's Derby, and were fined substantial sums. The Public Prosecutor,...  (227 words)
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      ASS ETS EXCEED $11,000,000. ASSURANCE !N FORCE OVER $88,000,000. The Great Eastern Life Assurance Co., Ltd. (Incorporated m Straits Stttlbmsnts) HE^D OFFICE: Winchester House, Singapore. LONDON OFFICE: 27, Old Jewry, E.C. The Company has £20,000 deposited with the Supreme Court of England tnd compiles with the < British Life Assurance...  (453 words)
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    THE CHIEF SCOUT TALKS. Lt. Gen Lord Baden-Powell I WHAT IS A LARRIKIN? 1! (By of Gilwell) M And what do von know of the prisoner's behaviour?" liked the Magistrate. IK was a larriking, jrer Honour." replied the constable. 11 A larrikin? What's that?" 11 A tanking yei Honour." Yes,...  (672 words)
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    STRANGE FEATURE OF THE ENGLISH 'QUAKE MYSTERIOUS ARC OF LIGHT OVER LONDON A itauigc feature of the earthquake ivas i mysterious arc of light wen m the iky Wtf London on Thursday. Though scientists refuse to believe that this phenomenon was associated with the earthquake, it is interesting to recall...  (87 words)
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    NEW PRESIDENT OF FRANCE M. DOUMER TAKES OVER FROM M. DOUMERGUE Paris, June n. M. Doumer formally took over the presidency of the Republic from m. Domnergue this afternoon. A< soon as M. Doumer had been invested the Premier, M. i.nval, m accordance with custom, offered him the Government's resignattMi....  (68 words)
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    EXCURSION STEAMER CAPSIZES St. Xazaire, June 15. A frightful death roll is feared as a result of a small excursion steamer, with 500 people •board, having foundered m a gale off the estuary of the Loire. The steamer >l St. PhiHberi yesterday moming conveyed live or six hundred members of...  (317 words)
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    RECORD ATLANTIC VOYAGE EMPRESS OF BRITAIN'S I MAIDEN TRIP M »»l- -»f the lar^csi m;.- I Canadian Pacific Company, I preai of Britain", concluded tul maiden \o\a-c when she I Southampton yeaterday from I She set Up new records for I i feature of her voyagi bt inark.ihly sljghi variation...  (93 words)
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    AMERICA AND WAR DEBTS REVISION OF POLICY MAY I BECOME NECESSARY I Washington! Ji Should the war debt littiatioi at any time acute OOOSId America of tli t question of th bility of changing temporarily I ly-stated debt policy would c netv>sarv, gtated Mi. Castle, Secretary of State, when intei...  (61 words)
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    SINGAPORE BOXERS. |£ric Dunsford Imitem Light-Weight hampio^ who is now a nfosional. Keep your eye on him Photo shows Eric Dunstord, undefeated Ex-Amateur Light weight Chamoicn of Malaya with his manager and his stable mate Y. Matsu, Malayan Bantam King. Dunsford has now joined the Professional ranks and is a...  (117 words)
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    The Children's Page THE WENDY HUT. BOYS OF LONG AGO. Clarence. Clarence was employed m ail alehouse, where he scrubbed and ran errands for Dame l.oveday from sunrise |D sunset. He was fourteen years old, and his mother, a widow, supported herself by selling herbs to the apothecary. She walked...  (1207 words)
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    Quiet Hour OOKiNG INTO HEAVEN. REVELATION AND LIFE. The Christian Faith. graphic sentences tell us all k'i<A\ «»f the Ascension. From rather that the Apostles scarcerealized what was happening when \j ,*m ua> hidden from them by a ■od. They had been through a great the greatest that ever came...  (667 words)
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    PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES God Never Abandons Us. If, unhappily, it should come about that I l>e unfaithful to God, I know that He will not abandon me. He is so good that He is the first to speak to me, to urge me to return to him. He stretches out...  (723 words)
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    ATTRACTIVE GOODNESS. kuskin declared that "we are converted, not to long and gloomy faces, but to round and laughing ones." Oliver Wendell Holmes used to say that he would probably have become a minister if the minister who called at I his home when he was a boy had not...  (149 words)
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    IS YOUR INDIGESTION INTESTINAL? Many people associate indigestion I entirely willi the >toinach \'et, m a I greaj number of car>es, it ib iv the I smaller intestine that the indigestion is I seated. The digestive processes com- I inence at the mouth, where mastication I and salivary action take...  (228 words)
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    HARD WORK. One of the things which most irn- j presses me is that m the case of 1 1 famous men, with their apparent sue- \m cess and brilliance and public enjoy- 1 1 ment, at the background of all their I lives you can see there was the...  (130 words)
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    NOBLE THOUGHT. Iwich life memorable for gooduess |>J and nobility has for its motive power I* some noble thought. Here is that I cathedral spirit, John Milton. In his I j loneliness and blindness his mind was I i his kingdom. He loved to think of I 5 things true...  (138 words)
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  • THE CLERGYMAN'S DUTY [Articles]
    THE CLERGYMAN'S DUTY i A priest's first place is m his saiicuary and his study. But his second is n the homes an<l the lives of his people. It for visiting, there never was a time ,vhen there Witi more need of all the nitiative, GOOftgt, and wisdom that a...  (96 words)
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    "WALKING WITH GOD." By the Rev. A. J. TALBOT-EASTER (Vicar of St. Paul, Sheffield). X\ tracts from a sermon preached m tyestmiaatef Abbey. Ijioch walked with God; he was not; for G<xl Un>k him. Gen. v. 25. No one who is m I ]>osition to compare the present with Hie...  (1882 words)
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    SYMPATHY. Almost every one can love, !>ut»h c not even- one who can -vmpatjare Sympathy that divine U-u^ W[ n —is born of stifferinp:, and is •*> possessed by those irho 1; tVe W^ t( educated m the school Wl* and experience. The pren B^ school is hiph, but lfl<...  (62 words)
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  • IS YOUR CHILD CLEAN INTERNALLY? [Articles]
    IS YOUR CHILD CLEAN INTERNALLY? There is Danger m "Incomplete Elimination." I Fai m. v imporum than I cfeanh'netg ami thai cannot I estimated is the hygiene of v. I Ofgaitt. If external clean! I the highesi importance, intern ck I ness can only l. c descried tl -.J lately...  (299 words)
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    UNKNOWN CotyHgH. X I London, May ax, 1031--1 A ROMANTIC FRIENDSHIP. M„ v allallt gentleman who loved life m t \.i^ nevertheless rigidly controlled m pictures by duty." So runs Mr. ■nl v Mac Donald's epitaph on his Weml'tlK late Lord Thomson of Car- t 1H the beautiful, sympathetic, moving...  (1601 words)
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